Represent the release of waste.
Fear of letting go of the old and no longer needed.
I freely and easily release the old and joyously welcome the new.
Refusing to release old ideas. Stuck in the past. Sometimes stinginess.
As I release the past, the new and fresh and vital enters. I allow life to flow through me with ease.
have about 5-10 pounds of matter stored in the colon. It's said that, according to the autopsy, actor John Wayne had 40 pounds of impacted fecal matter in his body at death." It can build up on you - and you don't feel a thing!
" Do you have even one of these 5 symptoms?
"Even if it's mild, you have a problem. You can't ignore it...
1. That feeling of being bloated...
2. Occasional constipation...
3. Occasional diarrhea...
4. Stomach pain...
5. Nausea and Vomiting...
"Doctors discover that with even one bowel movement a day, there are still eight meals in your digestive system right now!...
Flora Source gets rid of your gas and bloating- or it's free." - [This is a very good product - but expensive - bfg]
Source: Flora Source™, 1-800-914-6311, Nutri-Health Products, 218 Justin Drive, Cottonwood, AZ 86326 (8/1/06 one year supply $299)
I have been practicing OP for the last one year with Til (gingelly -sesame) oil for fifteen to twenty minutes daily in the morning without fail. I am 82 years old. I have been suffering from constipation and piles for the last four decades. I consulted many doctors, used many medicines but with only temporary relief.
Within two weeks of practicing OP, I started getting relief. There was no pain during motion. Inflammation and piles decreased. I started having free and clear evacuation. I am sleeping peacefully and happily at night. Indigestion, lack of appetite has gone. Decades old pain has gone just by doing OP with gingelly (sesame) oil. Our Ayurvedic treatment is a comprehensive solution for all diseases. It is good for all to practice. -“With OP Health Is Great Wealth”.
Padma Bhusan Sri Kalogi Narayana Rao, People's Poet, Tirupathi, A.P
http://groups. yahoo.com/ group/candidiasi s
Easy basic protocol:
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To start it off, a couple of things that bowel disorders have in common can be addressed to produce pretty uniformly positive results, and both amount to a food approach that is missed or contradicted by medicine.
About 96% of bowel disorders contain a component of dysbiosis that is at least aggravating the condition if it didn't cause it. Dysbiosis only means bad bacterial flourish that incidentally produces a rather large toxin load, which is irritating to the bowel lining 24/7. Actually, medicine, probably the antibiotics, contributed greatly to the Crohn's and dysbiosis.
Dysbiosis is corrected mainly by low-carbing and taking either high-inulin foods or powdered inulin to the amount that is missing in the modern diet, about 4/5 of optimal levels or about 12-15 grams. It's blatantly non-toxic but can increase gas production for a couple of weeks.
Most cases of illness including toxin-driven illnesses have systemically depleted the master antioxidant and detoxifier, and in local pockets as is seen in arthritis and Crohn's disease lesions, the glutathione can be also completely depleted, which allows a large amount of inflammation and free radical damage. This is serious in any degenerative or inflammatory disorder and in Crohn's the unchecked free radical damage irritates and perforates the bowel lining probably even more than the original irritant because damage proceeds like a chemical reaction until it is quenched, and the required glutathione has been depleted.
So, we use a basic program to reduce the toxin load in the first place with inulin, which feeds the good, probiotic bacteria so they can control bowel ecology. We also use undenatured whey and selenium, which produces the glutathione, which reduces irritants as well as the actual free radical damage, which occurs in cascades until they are quenched anyway. Glutathione is also an immunomodulator that controls the inflammation caused by the immune response itself.
To add to that, because we know that carbohydrate foods feed bad bowel ecology, we go low-carb to help starve them out. Rather than listing the hundreds of foods that are OK on a low-carb diet, you should learn which few are not OK: potatoes, corn, all sugary and starchy foods, sweet potatoes, yams, sugar beets, most fruits, that kind of thing. I think the rice will impair your progress. It seems well and good but your probiotic bacteria do not used it half as fast as Candida and bowel pathogens do, and I think you've probably been maintaining the infection with it.
Some of the comments on my feedback page are from people with Crohn's who successfully used the approach; you should feel a material improvement in 10 days to a month, and continue to improve for two or three months.
If you choose to use an effective but relatively expensive supplement, I'd recommend a high-dose probiotic along with the inulin to seed a starter culture perhaps faster than you would without it. This is not absolutely required but will speed up the reconditioning of the bowel ecology. Here's an example on my site; you could use 5- 10 capsules of my first choice, 20 caps of the others, or a third of a pouch of VSL#3 with the inulin:
Inulin and selenium: http://tinyurl.com/2m29z
undenatured whey: http://tinyurl.com/cuzcc
The glutathione created by undenatured whey and selenium is also used directly in the ATP energy reaction; not only does it reduce the toxin load that impairs energy production, it increases actual energy production and recovery too. More info on glutathione is in my references; even if you don't read them you can see in Dr. Gutman's and the FDA presentations that low glutathione is uniformly bad and actually all degenerative processes rely on glutathione being low.
I don't think that IBD running in the family is a concern because so does a diet low in glutathione precursors and low in inulin, the two main factors that will reliably lead to disorders.
I can suspect that you'll probably need a potassium supplement; I use "No-salt" no-sodium salt, and I don't use table or celtic salt at all. Salt is antagonistic to potassium, and I'd recommend that casual exposure to salt is plenty.
A degree of malabsorption always exists in bowel disorders, so you'll need a little extra vitamins and minerals until you heal. I'm not a nutritionist as I told you but these doses are fairly low and probably currently depleted anyway.
You might initially need a few to several caps of betaine HCl with each meal, until you start secreting adequate stomach acid again. Give some consideration also to chromium, vanadium, and also calcium, magnesium, and boron.
With regard to the achy feeling and brain fog, etc. Those symptoms are from toxin and free radical load and they'll be reduced as you reduce toxin production and quench toxin load. The liver and kidneys, the detoxifying organs, are the biggest and second biggest users of glutathione.
Lactose intolerance is eliminated by correcting bowel ecology with inulin. That explains the on and off of the condition. Using inulin to increase probiotics allows them to eat the lactose so you don't react to it. So, traces of lactose in the undenatured whey will be OK.
Asthma, as you'll see in the glutathione references, is a condition of toxin load usually depleted glutathione in the lung tissue. Adequate glutathione will also reduce the sinus problem. You'll be using undenatured whey, but you should know that the sinus and the lungs can absorb glutathione directly, and glutathione is available as Mucomyst, a prescription asthma inhaler. This does not increase systemic levels so perish the thought.
Blood pressure and other stress symptoms are increased by any physical stressor including malnutrition and toxin load. You might not be on the BP meds for long :)
I have been taking these supplements Tribulus 500mg, VitaminD3, Acidophilus, Vitamin C 100mg, Vitamin E 400iu, Alpha Lipoic Acid > 600mg, Vitamin A 10,000iu, CoenzymeQ10 150mg
The tribulus will not increase metabolic rate as well as an HGH increase does. This might be an entirely new approach to you but it should be interesting reading:
Keep taking the lipoic acid; it recycles glutathione, but does NOT provide the missing precursors in the undenatured whey and selenium. The CoQ10 may not be necessary for long; it also helps to recycle glutathione but usually the body creates enough of it and it's mainly useful if you're taking drugs such as statins that deplete CoQ10.
You can take as much undenatured whey as you need to stop the flares; once glutathione is replete you shouldn't get them, and any excess will go to healing the leaky gut syndrome that is invariably present in bowel disorders.
Let's not assume for the time being that you have a serious systemic Candida; this might remain a non-issue.