A Technique for Dissolving Stones in the Kidneys and Gallbladder Naturally

A Technique for Dissolving Stones in the Kidneys and Gallbladder

A Technique for Dissolving Stones in the Kidneys and Gallbladder

 

I have a nephew in-law who is in his mid 40’s, he has had over a 100 kidney stones since he was 17 years old. I sure hope this recipe can help someone out there from going through his pain and agony!

A Technique for Dissolving Stones in the Kidneys and Gallbladder
Stones in the kidneys or gallbladder can cause individuals pain. These stones are often caused by foods and water. This recipe below has been proven to work to help to dissolve stones from the body for those that are suffering from kidney and gallstones.
Ingredients:
• 9 ounces brown sugar
• 9 ounces extra virgin olive oil
• 9 ounces lemon with peel
• 9 ounces of parsley root that has been ground
• 9 ounces of raw honey
Wash the lemon well, then cut into small pieces and blend it well. Peel the parsley root, cut into small pieces and grind well. Place rest of the ingredients into the blender and blend well. Once well blended, the mixture should look even. Store mixture in the refrigerator in a glass bottle.
Individuals should take one tablespoon in the morning on an empty stomach. Repeat again before going to bed. Drink plenty of water when consuming this magic recipe. The recipe has a good taste to it, and can be used by anyone who suffers from stones in one of the organs.
Source: http://www.healthyfoodplace.com/

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Officials Declare ‘Eating Healthy’ A Mental Disorder

Jeffery Jaxen, Natural Society ( http://naturalsociety.com/officials-declare-eating-healthy-mental-disorder/ )

In an attempt to curb the mass rush for food change and reform, psychiatry has green lighted a public relations push to spread awareness about their new buzzword “orthorexia nervosa,” defined as “a pathological obsession for biologically pure and healthy nutrition.” In other words, experts are moving toward saying that our demand for nutrient-dense, healthful food is a mental disorder that must be treated.

CNN, Fast Company, Popular Science, and other top outlets have all began to trumpet the talking points on cue relatively recently:

“Orthorexia nervosa is a label designated to those who are concerned about eating healthy. Characterized by disordered eating fueled by a desire for “clean” or “healthy” foods, those diagnosed with the condition are overly pre-occupied with the nutritional makeup of what they eat”.
In short, if you turn your back on low quality, corporate food containing known cancer causing toxic additives and a rich history of dishonesty rooted in a continuous “profits over people” modus operandi, then you may suffer from a mental illness. The cherry on top is that if you have the pseudo-science labeled disorder of orthorexia nervosa, you will be prescribed known toxic, pharmaceutical drugs from some of the same conglomerate corporations that you are trying to avoid by eating healthy in the first place.

Orthorexia has not yet found its way into the latest edition of the psychiatric bible, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), yet is commonly being lumped in with other eating disorders. Stepping back and looking at the ones pushing this label on us shows highly questionable motives.

Psychiatry as a whole is deeply in bed with a pharmaceutical industry that makes the drugs to “treat” every one of these “disorders.” It is often these companies that are wielding influence behind the scenes to invent more mental health categories with their toxic products as the answer. This latest media push to popularize orthorexia as a mental disorder with a goal to marginalize or derail the food revolution appears to have been dead on arrival.

The psychiatric community has even deemed creativity to be a mental illness.

As the people continue to walk away from the broken medical and agricultural/food systems like any abusive relationship, the food makers are willing to do anything to maintain their waning control. Organic and non-GMO food markets have exploded in the last 5 years, so much so that any corporation wishing to not follow the trend risks financial hardship or ruin. In addition, pharmaceutical companies are feeling the strain as less people want their toxic medications and crippling side effects.

Perhaps some individuals do take it too far to the point of self-harm, but the problem we face with a toxic food system is a much larger threat. In closing, let’s be aware of some of the overall BS fed to us by the pharmaceutical bankrolled industry of psychiatry. When healthy eating and creativity are mental issues, something is amiss.

Additional Sources:
http://www.popsci.com/striving-perfect-diet-making-us-sick

https://jonrappoport.wordpress.com/category/psychiatry-fraud/

LOADED CAULIFLOWER BAKE

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Yummy Loaded Cauliflower Bake.
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Even though I have a love affair with potatoes I do try very hard to limit how much of them I eat, I find following a low carb lifestyle tends to help keep my curves where I want them 🙂 So THANKFULLY Cauliflower makes a decent substitute to my dear friend the potato! I hope you enjoy this recipe, please leave me a comment to let me know what you thought of it, I love getting feedback 🙂

LOADED CAULIFLOWER

Low carb!!!!

Ingredients:
1 large head of Cauliflower cut into bite size pieces (approx 6 cups)
6-8 strips of bacon cooked and crumbled (Cooked in oven at 400° for 20 mins)
6 Tbs chopped Chives
1/2 cup Mayonnaise
1/2 cup Sour Cream
2 cups Colby Jack Cheese ( may use cheddar)
8 oz container sliced mushrooms (optional)

Directions:
Preheat oven to 425°
In a large pot boil water and cook Cauliflower for 8 – 10 minutes, drain and let cool.
In a large bowl combine sour cream, mayo, 1/2 of crumbled bacon, 3 tbs chives, 1 cups of cheese,mushrooms(optional) and cauliflower and mix well… place in baking dish and cover with remaining 1 cup of cheese and rest of bacon crumbles. Bake for 15-20 minutes until cheese is melted. top with remaining 3 T chives and serve.
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Vitamin D and your Genetic make-up

Vitamin D

When looking at our genetic make-up, there are some people who have a CYP27B1 gene mutation which affects how your body uptakes Vitamin D. The Vitamin D deficiency shows in the genetic breaks of VDDR1 and VDDR2. FYI: If you have one or both of these genetic breaks, science has found that the intake of caffeine will block the body’s ability to absorb Vitamin D due to these mutations.
“VDDR1 and VDDR2 are characterized by low levels of the minerals calcium (hypocalcemia) and phosphate (hypophosphatemia), which are essential for the normal formation of bones and teeth. Affected individuals also have high levels of a hormone involved in regulating calcium levels called parathyroid hormone (PTH), which leads to a condition called secondary hyperparathyroidism. The two forms of vitamin D-dependent rickets can be distinguished by blood levels of a hormone called calcitriol, which is the active form of vitamin D; individuals with VDDR1 have abnormally low levels of calcitriol and individuals with VDDR2 have abnormally high levels.
Hair loss (alopecia) can occur in VDDR2, although not everyone with this form of the condition has alopecia. Affected individuals can have sparse or patchy hair or no hair at all on their heads. Some affected individuals are missing body hair as well.
CYP27B1 gene mutations cause VDDR1, and VDR gene mutations cause VDDR2. Both genes are involved in the body’s response to vitamin D, an important vitamin that can be can be acquired from foods in the diet or made by the body with the help of sunlight. Vitamin D helps maintain the proper balance of several minerals in the body, including calcium and phosphate. One of vitamin D’s major roles is to control the absorption of calcium and phosphate from the intestines into the bloodstream.
The CYP27B1 gene provides instructions for making an enzyme called 1-alpha-hydroxylase (1α-hydroxylase). This enzyme carries out the final reaction to convert vitamin D to its active form, calcitriol. Once converted, calcitriol attaches (binds) to a protein called vitamin D receptor (VDR), which is produced from the VDR gene. The resulting calcitriol-VDR complex then binds to particular regions of DNA and regulates the activity of vitamin D-responsive genes. By turning these genes on or off, VDR helps control the absorption of calcium and phosphate and other processes that regulate calcium levels in the body. VDR is also involved in hair growth through a process that does not require calcitriol binding.
Mutations in either of these genes prevent the body from responding to vitamin D. CYP27B1 gene mutations reduce or eliminate 1α-hydroxylase activity, which means vitamin D is not converted to its active form. The absence of calcitriol means vitamin D-responsive genes are not turned on (activated). VDR gene mutations alter the vitamin D receptor so that it cannot regulate gene activity, regardless of the presence of calcitriol in the body; often the altered receptor cannot interact with calcitriol or with DNA.
Without activation of vitamin D-responsive genes, absorption of calcium and phosphate falls, leading to hypocalcemia and hypophosphatemia. The lack of calcium and phosphate slows the deposition of these minerals in developing bones (bone mineralization), which leads to soft, weak bones and other features of vitamin D-dependent rickets. Low levels of calcium stimulate production of PTH, resulting in secondary hyperparathyroidism; hypocalcemia can also cause muscle weakness and seizures in individuals with vitamin D-dependent rickets. Certain abnormalities in the VDR protein also impair hair growth, causing alopecia in some people with VDDR2.” Source: Genetic Home Reference

Sunday supper: creamy mushroom tarragon chicken

I am so going to try this recipe, It looks so good I can almost smell it through the computer!

peaches & poppycock

first, i know. i know. i feel like every other post these days is about food. but the fact is, eating is like one of the only things i do every single day without fail, so there is a lot of material. that’s my excuse and i’m stickin’ to it.IMG_4452
this evening is the first time i’ve cooked Sunday supper in at least 3 weeks, and i figured a welcome home meal for Spy was in order (he treated me to Valentine’s Day dinner last night). it is freezing and windy out, and there are even threats of something frozen falling from the sky tomorrow. so it seemed like throwing something warm and creamy in the slow cooker to simmer all afternoon was an amazing plan. it was.

of course, i just kind of threw this together from what i had in the house — winged it and eyeballed measurements…

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Mile-High Cabbage Pie

Mile High Cabbage Pie

Mile High Cabbage Pie

Mile-High Cabbage Pie

Ingredients
1 1/2 lbs lean ground beef
1 (16 ounce) bags coleslaw mix ( cabbage and carrots)
1 (14 1/2 ounce) bags Simply Potatoes Diced Potatoes with Onion
2 (10 1/2 ounce) cans cream of mushroom soup, undiluted
2 (8 ounce) cans refrigerated crescent dinner rolls

Directions
Pre-heat oven to 350°F.
In stockpot, brown ground beef over medium heat for 8 to 10 minutes or until beef is thoroughly cooked, stirring frequently. Add coleslaw mix. Cover pan and cook, stirring often, until cabbage softens, about 10 minutes. Mix in potatoes. Stir in soup. Cover and reduce heat to low to keep warm.
Unroll 1 can of dough. Press in 13×9-inch glass baking dish to form bottom crust. Spread cabbage mixture evenly over crust. Unroll second can of dough on wax paper. Press seams together to make one sheet. Place over top to form top crust. Press and tuck edges to seal.
Bake 25 minutes or until golden brown. Let stand 5 minutes. Cut into 8 squares.
http://www.food.com/recipe/mile-high-cabbage-pie-5fix-497021
Photo by BDMK