Every single health concern you have is a message. And it is your job to learn how to interpret that message so you can resolve that health concern.
Let me give you a few examples of health concerns and resolutions for them.
Weight: Either your body is toxic and needs to be cleansed, you have a hormonal imbalance from too much sugar, or you are eating more than you are burning. Most often higher caloric intake comes from emotional eating.
Gas: Food is fermenting unchecked in the intestines. This is caused by impaired production of gastric juices, the wrong organisms in the gut, or improper methods of eating.
Indigestion: This shows that the body is not properly digesting food. It indicates that the food is moving too slowly out of the stomach often from impaired production of gastric juices.
Acid Reflux: This is often indicated by a lowered production of hydrochloric acid. This reveals lowered zinc levels and overall inhibition in mineral absorption.
All of these issues indicate a nutritional deficiency and imbalance. Each of these issues can be resolved when the proper nutrients are absorbed by the body. Nutrients are best absorbed in a healthy gut ecology with the right bacteria to do the job!
First step is to eat foods containing probiotics. The best source for this is raw unpasteurized sauerkraut, homemade kefir, and red miso that has been aged for at least 6 months.
You want to eat probiotic-rich foods with each meal.
Here are the serving sizes and foods it goes best with.
Raw-Cultured Sauerkraut: 1-2 big forkfuls with each meal. Pairs great with salad, eggs, toast, meat, avocado, and by itself.
Homemade Milk or Coconut Kefir: 1/4 Cup with each meal. Add it to salad dressings, fruit, or serve for dessert.
Red Unpasteurized Miso: 1 Tablespoon per meal. You can add it to salad dressings or drink as a cup of soup.
You don’t need to eat all three with each meal. Just pick one fermented food at a minimum and include it in your menu to help restore intestinal health in your household!!!
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