Are We Being Trapped in Fear Mongering (for profit) – the ‘Flawed’ Western Thought? – Not taking into Account DNA – the Flawed Failed Mentality of post WWII – Modern insufficient – Profit Only –

What part of Dr Cowan’s philosophy is not True Science ?

  • What part of Big Government & Big Business is fraud & greed 
  • & Fear Mongering for Profit? 

Who are the ‘real Bad Guys?

As a child-my mother allowed me to be expose to friends with measles & mumps -Her wisdom-how to build lifetime immunity !!

CNS, Prefrontal  Brain & IMMUNE SYSTEM FOODS 

  • MIA GMO GREED-RIDDEN ‘AMERICAN (GMO altered )FOOD (BIG GOVERNMENT & BIG BUSINESS) failed policies –

The solution is NOT A VACCINATION – Dr Tomas Cowan –

A Deep Look into the Biology and Evolution of COVID 

Vaccines, Autoimmunity, and the Changing Nature of Childhood Illness – Dr Thomas Cowan – Covid 19 Connection ~ Audio Book! and the ‘CHART OF GLOBAL PANDEMIC CORONA VIRUS’ ~

The Weston A. Price Foundation

Dr Thomas Cowan, MD at Healthy Immunity 2019

A Deep Look into the Biology and Evolution of COVID 

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Dr Thomas Cowan, MD at Healthy Immunity 2019

Dr. Gundry Talks ~ CORONAVIRUS ~ STAY HEALTHY by ARMING the Immune System & Vitamin D & Dr. Thomas Cowan, MD at Healthy Immunity~

** Taking Supplements – makes ‘EXPENSIVE Urine’ – HE IS RIGHT on this!

** Vitamin D and Immunity, Lots of Evidence -Marissa Peer & 

How to correct & regain, restore support to the CNS, Prefrontal Brain & IMMUNE STSTEM – to stop the threat of Covid 19 

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European Mediterranean Diet Only healthy outside of American GMO Processed foods (heat altered & over-milled – Making Live foods DEAD & moved directly to fat storage-

Foods for Healthy gut

Boost the gut’s good bacteria count by eliminating these foods from your diet.

Laurie Herr September 07, 2017

What do sauerkraut, kimchi and raw yogurt have in common? ( factory diary is heat alters dairy & adds Cortisol & GMO fed cow’s milk) 

They’re some of the best foods that can eaten for a healthy gut. That’s because they’re all sources of probiotics, the good kind of bacteria the digestive system needs. These good bugs do all sorts of important things-like helping  absorb nutrients, fighting inflammation, protecting your intestines from infection and even turning on pathways to your brain.

Herbs for Liver Health

Milk Thistle. Milk Thistle is quite well known

This natural  seed is popular for its support of liver function. …

Turmeric (Curcumin) Turmeric, another popular botanical, is liver-protective (amongst its ubiquitous benefits). …

Dandelion Root. …

Astragalus root.

Herbs for Liver Health — Remedy

In fact, growing research shows that the right balance within your body’s microbiome-your gut’s living, breathing ecosystem, made up of trillions of busy microorganisms-plays a big role in keeping you healthy and happy. Studies suggest it can help protect against stomach problems like inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), not to mention obesity, colon cancer and other serious conditions. It may even help reduce the risk of depression and anxiety.

“Herbs Can Detox the Liver”

In fact, growing research shows that the right balance within your body’s microbiome-your gut’s living, breathing ecosystem, made up of trillions of busy microorganisms-plays a big role in keeping you healthy and happy. Studies suggest it can help protect against stomach problems like inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), not to mention obesity, colon cancer and other serious conditions. It may even help reduce the risk of depression and anxiety.

Must-Eat Fermented Foods for a Healthy Gut

In fresh cod liver oil, without the presence of free radicals or oxygen, there is no oxidation to speed up. Therefore, fermented and fresh cod liver oil will differ starkly in their oxidative/free radical content. 

Truly fresh cod liver oil is simply safer and healthier than oxidized/fermented cod liver oil .

Foods to avoid –

1. Diet Soda 

Artificial sweeteners in zero-calorie drinks may mess with your microbes, some researchers say. One small study in Israel suggests that sweeteners like saccharine, sucralose and aspartame may alter gut bacteria in a way that increases glucose intolerance, raising the risk of type 2 diabetes. Critics stress that more research is needed-but in the meantime, kicking the diet soda habit can’t hurt.

2. Red Meat (Factory made iwht GMO grains & not Pasture-Raised)

What’s bad for your gut can be bad for your heart. Researchers at the Cleveland Clinic recently discovered a surprising link between meat-based diets, gut bacteria and the risk of heart disease. They found that choline-a nutrient naturally found in red meat and eggs (but taken as a supplement in the study)-produced gut bacteria that in turn created a substance known as TMAO, which can lead to hardening of the arteries.

Such bacterial changes can happen fast. 

In 2013, a Harvard study found that a meat-heavy diet can lead to negative shifts in gut bacteria in as little as two days.

There’s more reason to cut back on red meat (and poultry, too): They can easily be tainted with antibiotics & other ‘fillers’ & GMO – without knowing it. Meats from conventionally raised animals often contain them. And while you may need antibiotics when you’re sick, you don’t need them in your dinner. The secondhand drugs can kill off good gut bacteria, allowing the bad kind to thrive, a problem that could potentially lead to antibiotic-resistant superbugs.

If you’re a meat lover, consider buying organic. Some “natural” meats are also antibiotic free-but check the label to be sure. It should say “no hormones” and “no antibiotics.”

3. Processed and Refined Foods-Inflammatory 

Chips GMO Corn or over-refined wheat  (Processed  or fried in Omega 6 Inflammatory heat-process oils)  -also  – crackers, pretzels and other packaged foods are typically loaded with additives and preservatives & other ‘Inflammatory’ processed foods. What they generally do nit  have: gut-friendly fiber, especially the kinds known to feed healthy gut flora.  

Skip the (GMO processed)  snack aisle and head to the produce section instead.

One last tip: Try to eat different foods every day. More variety on your plate means a more diverse mix of microbes-and that’s what your body needs. Trust your gut.

Gut Health: Prebiotics and Probiotics

Ways to Improve  Gut Flora

Mediterranean (not American Mediterranean – GMO, heat-altered or over-milled)—Style Diets and Cognitive Function in Older Adults 

or ‘GAPS’ Diet Dr Tom Cowan – – To Treat ‘Autoimmune’ Disorder 

What do sauerkraut, kimchi and raw yogurt have in common? 

They’re some of the best foods you can eat for a healthy gut. 

That’s because they’re all sources of probiotics, the good kind of bacteria your digestive system needs. 

These good bugs do all sorts of important things-like helping you absorb nutrients, fighting inflammation, protecting your intestines from infection & even turning on pathways to your brain.

Read more –

“Herbs Can Detox the Liver”

In fact, growing research shows that the right balance within your body’s microbiome-your gut’s living, breathing ecosystem, made up of trillions of busy microorganisms-plays a big role in keeping you healthy and happy. Studies suggest it can help protect against stomach problems like inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), not to mention obesity, colon cancer and other serious conditions. It may even help reduce the risk of depression and anxiety.

Read More: 

Must-Eat Fermented Foods for a Healthy Gut

In fresh cod liver oil, without the presence of free radicals or oxygen, there is no oxidation to speed up. Therefore, fermented and fresh cod liver oil will differ starkly in their oxidative/free radical content. Truly fresh cod liver oil is simply safer and healthier than oxidized/fermented cod liver oil.

The Difference Between Fresh Cod Liver Oil and Fermented Cod .

But there’s a flip side. Just as eating certain foods can help, others can hurt, by feeding the bad bacteria and helping them grow. Here are three not-so-gut-friendly foods to watch out for that may raise your risk for diabetes and heart disease.

Gut Health: Prebiotics and Probiotics

5 Ways to Improve Your Gut Flora

Read More – 

Researchers consider the Mediterranean diet and the Gaps diet (Mediterranean (not American foods) DASH  or GAPS diet Intervention for Neurodeg-eneration Delay), two of the healthiest choices for older adults due to their connection with enhanced cognitive function. A study published in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society compared the cognitive performance of those who ate the Mediterranean and MIND diets to those who did not. The study results show that older adults who ate a Mediterranean-style diet had 35% lower risk of scoring poorly on cognitive tests.

 Even those who ate a moderate European-Not American  Mediterranean-style diet had 15% lower risk of doing poorly on cognitive tests. The researchers noted similar results for people who had MIND-style diets. 

They also reported that older adults who followed these healthy diets had lower risk of cognitive impairment in later life.

The European – Not American Mediterranean diet consists primarily of fruits, vegetables PEELED), SOAKED whole (Non-GMO soy corn or Alfalfa fed to animal) grains, beans, potatoes- PEELED & SOAKED RAW nuts,  EV olive oil 

& fish.-NOT FARMED -fed GMO.

‘FACTORY FARMED’ – Processed foods, fried (Omega 6 – inflammatory and fast foods, snack foods, red meat, poultry and whole-fat dairy foods are not often eaten on the Mediterranean diet. 

The MIND diet is a modified form of the Mediterranean diet focused on 10 types of foods that  are considered brain foods: green leafy vegetables, other vegetables, nuts, berries, beans, whole grains ( LIMITED FOR 1ST 6 MONTHS), seafood, poultry, EV live oil & RED wine.

 On these diets -Non GMO or Factory processed) – five types of foods are considered unhealthy: FACTORY FARMED Red meat, EGGS, butter & stick margarine, heat altered cheese, pastries, sweets and fried/fast foods.

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