We will give some examples of certain medications, their value, and adverse side effects (losses of ions/vitamins) and how to correct their imbalances. For example, many people take certain medications (drugs) for various conditions, but do not realize that it may cause a loss of ions and vitamins, which are important for optimal and ongoing cellular health. Therefore, when taking such medications you need to eat and drink more of certain foods and drinks.
Did you know that certain medications you take cause you to lose key vitamins and minerals, which if not replaced, will lead to health problems? Proper eating, juicing and using supplements can replace these.
|Antacids||Magnesium & Aluminum Antacids||Calcium, Phosphoru Folic Acid|
|Anti-Diabetic Drugs||Biguanides-Metformin||Coenzyme Q10 Vitamin B12 Folic Acid|
|Cholesterol Lowering Drugs||Lipitor||Coenzyme Q10|
Juices can improve longevity. The juice of fresh fruits and vegetables is the best available food source of enzymes, minerals and vitamins. Aging is a natural process of life. Certain nutrients can help to slow down this process. Cherie Calbom states that:
Proper Nutrition to Slow Down the Aging Process.
- Eat and drink daily 50% raw fruits and vegetables and juices. E.g. Black current juice.
- Increase your intake; oat and rice bran; wheat germ; and pectin’s, which are found inÂ fruits and vegetables.
- Eat more cabbage, yogurt, and olive oil, all of which have been shown to increase.
- Herbs have been used traditionally to slow down the aging process. E.g. Thyme.
- Recess your consumption of refined foods such as sugar, white flour and its products.Â Decrease sweet foods, preserved and processed, deep fried foods, snack foods, chips etc.
- Try to become more vegetarian daily 80/20. Use more turkey, fish, tofu.
- Eliminate Coffee and Alcohol/Wine.
There are Many Beneficial Juices and Vegetables:
- Kale, parsley, green pepper, and broccoli – sources of vitamin C.
- Spinach asparagus, and carrot – sources of vitamin E.
- Red swiss chard, turnip, garlic, and orange – sources of selenium.
- Carrot, kale, parsley, and spinach – sources of beta-carotene and other carotenoids.
- Apricot, black currant, blackberry, broccoli, cabbage, cantaloupe, cherry, grape,Â grapefruit, lemon, orange, papaya, parsley, plum, prune, sweet pepper, andÂ tomato – sources of bioflavonoids.
For more information, please read any book on nutrition, food sources, benefits etc. There are thousands of excellent books on this topic.
In further publications we will highlight special nutritional and juice combinations (extracts) that can assist in the following.
- Brain Longevity.
- Hypertension (High Blood Pressure).
- Memory Loss.
- Migraine Headache.
- Prostate Enlargement.
-By Dr. Ranije Singh