Category Archives: Lifestyle

The Six Human Needs

The Six Human Needs

 

1. Certainty: The need for stability, security, comfort and to feel confident that you can avoid pain and gain pleasure.

 

2. Uncertainty/Variety: The need for change, new stimuli and the for the unknown.

 

3. Significance: The need to feel important, special, unique or needed.

 

4. Love/Connection: The need to belong and to feel closeness with someone or something.

 

5. Growth: The need to expand, learn and grow.

 

6. Contribution: The need to give beyond oneself and to support others.

Reduce Excess Body Fat

LET FOOD BY YOUR MEDICINE AND YOUR MEDICINE BY YOUR FOOD,  By Hippocrates

Avoid all fake sugars like Sweet & Low and Asparatame

Avoid processed foods that are high in sugar, low in fiber and high in fat

Control your weight, be as lean as possible without being underweight

Eat Non-GMO, organic meats

Exercise

Increase your physical activity to at least 30 minutes per day

Deep breathing

Decrease Stress

Body Fat increases your risk of cancer

Body fat promotes inflammation

Fat increases estrogen production leading to estrogen dominance

Increase in body fat may impair immunity

Too much body fat triggers insulin resistance, raising levels of insulin and growth factors that promote cancer

 

Acidic Foods

Acidic Foods

Eat 20% Acidic Foods

Alcohol

Dairy

Wheat

Animal Protein

Rice

Bacon

Meat

Barley

Beef

Blueberries

Bran, Wheat

Bran, Oats

Bread, White

Bread, Wheat

Butter

Catsup

Cheese

Chicken

Cocoa

Cod fish

Corn

Corn Starch

Corn Oil

Corn Syrup

Coconut

Corned Beef

Currants

Eggs

Fish

Flour, White

Flour, Wheat

Haddock

Honey

Ice Cream

Lamb

Lentils, Dried

Lobster

Milk, Cows

Macaroni

Meat

Mustard

Nuts

Noodles

Oatmeal

Olive Oil

Olives

Organ Meats

Oysters

Peanut Butter

Peanuts

Pasta

Peas, dried

Pepper

Poultry

Pike

Plums

Pork

Prunes

Refined Sugar

Rice, Brown

Rice, White

Salmon

Sardines

Sausage

Scallops

Shrimp

Spaghetti

Soft Drinks

Sugar

Squash, Winter

Sunflower Seeds

Tea

Turkey

Veal

Wheat Germ

Yogurt

 

Alkaline Foods

Alkaline Foods

80% of the food we eat should be Alkaline and 20 % should be Acidic.

Almonds

Amaranth

Apples

Apricots

Avocados

Bananas

Beet Greens

Blackberries

Broccoli

Brussels Sprouts

Brazil Nuts

Cabbage

Carrots

Cauliflower

Celery

Chard Leaves

Cherries, Sour

Chestnuts

Cucumbers

Dates, Dried

Figs, Dried

Flax Seeds

Grapefruit

Grapes,

Lemons

Lima Beans Green & Dried

Limes

Milk, Goat

Millet

Molasses

Mushrooms

Onions

Oranges

Parsnips

Peaches

Pears

Pineapple

Potatoes, Sweet & White

Pumpkin Seeds

Quinoa

Radishes

Raspberries

Rutabagas

Sauerkraut

Sea Vegetables

Spinach, Raw

Sprouts

Strawberries

Sunflower Seed

Tangerines

Tomatoes

Watercress

Watermelon

Walnuts

 

 

Chronic Inflammation

Disease begins and worsens with inflammation

Inflammation causes redness, heat, swelling and pain in the body

Eating an anti-inflammatory diet can treat and reverse most health conditions

Causes of Inflammation:

Nutritional Deficiencies

Emotional Trauma

Allergies

Alcohol

Stress

Smoking

Viruses

Bacteria

Toxins

Infections

STD’s

Prescription drugs

Obesity

Foods That Cause Inflammation:

All fried foods, grilled meat and fish

Foods with dyes and preservatives

MSG & GMO foods

Soy Products

Red meat

Foods with sodium nitrate like: bacon, hot dogs, lunch meats

White bread, white rice, white sugar & artificial sweeteners

Soda

Smoked & cured meats

White vinegar and foods containing vinegar

Yeast

Potatoes

Tomatoes

Chillis

Peppers

Cayenne

Junk Food

Fast Food

Canned Food

Prepared food like pasta