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Some people believe that raw foods have better nutritional value because they have “life.”  These people will go to the extreme of avoiding all cooked foods.

There are so many nutritional theories out there today that you might feel like you are walking through a jungle.   To help you cut through the jungle, I would like to recommend an approach which actually brings satisfactory results to people who are infected with yeasts and parasites.

 

The fact is that when my clients begin to eat lightly cooked vegetables, their symptoms of constipation, bloatedness or diarrhea improve.  Why?  The roughness of raw vegetables is very hard for a weak digestive system to handle, which in turn, causes more digestive problems.  Furthermore, the surfaces of raw vegetables usually have yeasts and parasites (especially organic ones).  Have you ever observed how farmers harvest vegetables?  Vegetables are usually sitting in the open air all season long.  The dust, dirt, yeasts, bacteria and chemical sprays (if not organically grown) stay on the surfaces of the vegetables.  Farmers usually don’t wash the vegetables when they deliver them to the markets; otherwise, the vegetables would rot easily.  Markets don’t wash the vegetables before the sale for the same reason.  Nowadays many markets spray water periodically on the vegetables to keep them green and looking fresh.  That moisture can actually facilitate the growth of yeasts on the vegetables.

Restaurants usually don’t wash the vegetables when they fix the salad for you; doing so costs more labor and time.  Can you imagine what you are eating when you have a dish of salad?  Many people feel instant fatigue or lethargy after they have a big bowl of salad.  The reasons are simple: your digestive system is being taxed and the yeast population in your body has instantly increased — a double whammy!  An additional helpful tip is to wash the vegetables very thoroughly before cooking.  This will reduce the amount of yeasts and parasites which accumulate on the surfaces of the vegetables.

If you have severe or persistent constipation or diarrhea, or alternate (Irritated Bowel Syndrome) you should cook your vegetables.  Stir-fried or steamed vegetables are as delicious as raw vegetables (salads) once you change your taste buds.  The best way to stir-fry is to use canola or vegetable oil.  These two kinds of oils are mono-unsaturated.  Chemically speaking, they have “only one arm sticking out” which means that they have very little chance to be oxidated in the cooking process.  Consequently, their nutritional value will not be altered as much by heat as polyunsaturated oil such as safflower oil.

For telephone consultation on holistic treatment for various health issues such as yeast-free nutrition, herbal detox, hormonal imbalance, weight control, stress management, and spiritual counseling, please call (800) 715-3053 , or  (818) 472-2213 , or send an e-mail to drj@drjsbest.com.  Consultation sessions over Skype are also available.  Skype name: academyofvibranthealth.  For more information, visit our website: www.drjsbest.com.

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Many people think that milk supplies a rich source of protein and calcium.  Protein, yes; calcium, no!  Because of the homogenization process, the calcium in milk is difficult for your body to absorb.  People who drink a lot of milk end up having calcium deposits in their joints and fingers and developing arthritic symptoms.  Some also develop painful kidney stones.  Many grains, green leafy vegetables and herbs are rich in absorbable calcium.  You should not rely on milk or other dairy products to treat or prevent calcium deficiency.

 

Drinking a lot of milk to correct calcium deficiency is a myth!  Many research studies reveal that when people drink milk to increase calcium intake, they also increase protein intake.  When protein intake is high, it produces a high ratio of phosphorus.  Phosphorus is acid. In order to balance the Ph of the blood, calcium (an alkaline) is drawn from your bones.  This is actually the main cause for osteoporosis.

 

Exerpt from Dr. J’s book, Breaking the Yeast Curse: Food and Unconditional Love for Magic Healing.

 

For telephone consultation on holistic treatment for various health issues such as yeast-free nutrition, herbal detox, hormonal imbalance, weight control, stress management, and spiritual counseling, please call (800) 715-3053 , or  (818) 472-2213 , or send an e-mail to drj@drjsbest.com.  Consultation sessions over Skype are also available.  Skype name: academyofvibranthealth.  For more information, visit our website: www.drjsbest.com.

 

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Dairy products include whole or skim milk, ice cream, cheese, yogurt and butter.  These are favorite foods for yeasts and parasites and are mucous-producing.  Mucous can accumulate in the sinuses, throat, bronchus, lungs and digestive tract.  Sinus headaches, sore throats, asthma, bronchial infections, coughs, postnasal drips, halitosis, and constipation are common symptoms associated with mucous problems.

–          Exerpt from Dr. Juliet Tien’s book, Breaking the Yeast Curse: Food and Unconditional Love for Magic Healing.

For telephone consultation on holistic treatment for various health issues such as yeast-free nutrition, herbal detox, hormonal imbalance, weight control, stress management, and spiritual counseling, please call (800) 715-3053 , or  (818) 472-2213 , or send an e-mail to drj@drjsbest.com.  Consultation sessions over Skype are also available.  Skype name: academyofvibranthealth.  For more information, visit our website: www.drjsbest.com.

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Sugar, in reference to health, is poison!  Sugar stimulates the thyroid and pancreas to overwork.  Continuous overwork of these two vital glands can result in their exhaustion and sluggish metabolic function.  Consequently, low energy, hyperactivity, irritability, anxiety, depression, poor mental concentration, and mood swings become common symptoms.

Unfortunately, an average American consumes 120 pounds of refined sugar each year.  A no sugar diet includes no refined sugar, honey, molasses, maple syrup, corn syrup and concentrated fructose. Melons such as watermelons, honeydews and cantaloupes are high in fructose.  Dried fruits such as raisins, apricots and pineapples not only contain a high concentration of fructose, but are loaded with yeasts.

Learn more about great tasting, healthy food without sugar in my cookbook, Healthy and Tasty: Dr. J’s Anti-Yeast Cooking.

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As I mentioned before, yeast and parasitic infections are “the root of all evil” so far as physical health is concerned.  Your little enemies – yeasts and parasites – can create symptoms from head to toe including hypoglycemia.

When yeasts and parasites thrive in your body, they hook onto our mucous membranes and suck on your nutrition.  In other words, they eat you away.  Since you are feeding an “extended family,” you get hungry easily, and thus experience hypoglycemia: low blood sugar!  When your blood sugar is low, your enemies would scream, “Feed me! Feed me!” If you give into your cravings, you would feed them with food loaded with refined sugars.  Thus the sugar craving or hypoglycemic cycle continues.

Hypoglycemia is treatable!  You just need to control the overgrowth of yeasts and parasites.  How do you accomplish this seemingly impossible mission?  The following are some time-tested methods:

  1. Yeast-Free Nutritional Program:

A nutritional program containing no refined sugar, no dairy, no wheat, no yeasts, no alcohol, nor caffeine will starve the yeasts and parasites and nourish your body.   Nicotine from cigarettes is also a favorite food for yeasts and parasites.  Chemicals such as food preservatives, sweeteners, medication, etc. clog your liver and kidneys and deplete your immunity.  Your body’s defense is thus weakened.  This is why it’s important to stick to “Dr. J’s Eight Commandments” as a lifestyle.  Follow the principles of yeast-free cooking in my cookbook, Healthy and Tasty: Dr. J’s Anti-Yeast Cooking, to learn what food you should eat to nourish your body and starve yeasts and parasites.

  1. Herbal Therapy:

As mentioned in the previous article, Herbal Cocktailand Cleansing-Balance Teacan carry you over for two hours if you experience hypoglycemia and have nothing healthy to eat.  I also highly recommend Yeast-Para Control.  Many of my clients call this formula “king of herbs.”  Within days, you will see evidence in your toilet such as 1) debris of yeasts such as mucousy or cloudy urine; 2) Eggs of parasites such as broken corn-like, seed-like items or white specks in the stool, and 3) defeated bodies of worms, etc.   Although completely unappealing, you should be happy because your little enemies are out of your body!

  1. Regular Exercise:

 

Yeasts and parasites love a still environment.  Good blood circulation inhibits their growth.  Regular exercise reduces the overgrowth of yeasts and parasites as well as your hypoglycemic episodes.  If you experience fatigue easily, just start with low-impact exercises such as slow walking for 10 minutes, and slowly build up.

 

  1. Plan Your Day Well:

 

Prepare healthy snacks throughout the day to prevent “low blood sugar attacks.”  In a previous article I recommended four kinds of fruits that are helpful to prevent hypoglycemia: yellow bananas, Fuji apples, green pears, and papayas.  A favorite snack of mine is spreading sunflower butter or almond butter on celery sticks.  It’s very filling and delicious!  Alternatively, you can bake no sugar-no dairy-no wheat-no yeast muffins, cookies, brownies, etc. based on my cookbook, Healthy and Tasty: Dr. J’s Anti-Yeast Cooking.

 

For telephone consultation on holistic treatment for various health issues such as yeast-free nutrition, herbal detox, hormonal imbalance, weight control, stress management, and spiritual counseling, please call (800) 715-3053 , or  (818) 472-2213 , or send an e-mail to drj@drjsbest.com.  Consultation sessions over Skype are also available.  Skype name: academyofvibranthealth.  For more information, visit our website: www.drjsbest.com.

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Many people tend to catch seasonal flu and colds during the Thanksgiving holiday.  You can prevent this by adopting a healthy lifestyle before, during, and after this major holiday of the year.  The following are some recommendations:

1.    Avoid Overeating

One of the most common “misconducts” during the Thanksgiving holiday is overeating.  Abundance of food is very tempting.  Just remember the discomfort of overstuffing your stomach and go for moderation.  You can taste the food, instead of devouring a large amount of it.  Otherwise, when your stomach is full, you become sleepy and cannot enjoy the true spirit of Thanksgiving with your friends or relatives.

 2.    Stay on Yeast-Free Nutritional Program

Do your best to stick to the yeast-free nutritional program containing no sugar, no dairy, no wheat, no yeast, no alcohol, no caffeine, no nicotine, nor chemicals.  I know you would be considered a “saint” if you could do this on the Thanksgiving holiday.  However, for your health and comfort, it’s worth making the effort.   To learn what to eat and what to avoid, follow my yeast-free cookbook, Healthy and Tasty: Dr. J’s Anti-Yeast Cooking.

3.    Keep a Healthy Lifestyle Routine

Many people use the holiday as an excuse to interrupt their health routine especially regular exercise, meditation, etc.  The end result is that you may experience imbalance in your body, mind, and spirit.  Once the imbalance occurs, it may take a while to regain the balance.  If you could maintain your healthy life style routine, chances are you will have stronger immunity to protect yourself from seasonal flu and colds.

4.    Strengthen Your Immunity

Holiday activities can put more strain on your body.  My clients have reported that increasing the dosage of Yeast-Para Control and Cleansing-Balance Tea is very helpful in maintaining their immunity against the holiday stress.  Female Vitality or Male Vitality, and Herbal Cocktail are additional boosts for calm energy, mental clarity, and improvement of digestive function.

5.    Make It a True Thanksgiving Day

Thanksgiving holiday is not all that rosy for everyone.  If you have “unfinished business” with your family members, getting together on the Thanksgiving holiday can be an awkward time.   Why not use Thanksgiving Day as a special day to forgive and extend your genuine love?  There is always a silver lining in every life event.  There is always something to be thankful for with any one you encounter.  Give thanks to your “teachers”, both positive and negative.

If you could follow the above principles, you will enjoy a true Thanksgiving holiday!

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Q.        What would be good for breakfast that is yeast-free?  Is gluten free brown rice bread okay?

A.        My yeast-free cookbook, Healthy and Tasty: Dr. J’s Anti-Yeast Cooking, gives you a typical day’s menu.  The cookbook teaches you principles of yeast-free nutrition consisting of no sugar, no dairy, no wheat, no yeasts, no caffeine, no alcohol, no nicotine, nor chemicals (Dr. J’s “Eight Commandments”). 

Most Americans are used to the Standard American Diet (SAD) which is loaded with yeast-favorite food.  It may not be possible to have “the best” choice all the time, but you can go for a “better” choice.  If you follow 50% of our principles, you will get 50% of the benefits; if you follow 75%, you will get 75% of the benefits.  Do the best you can and experience results proportionate to your efforts.

In terms gluten free brown rice bread, please be aware that all grains have gluten.  It’s just that the kind of gluten in brown rice is not a favorite food for yeasts and parasites; therefore, it will nourish your body instead of feeding your little enemies.  To my knowledge, the brown rice bread available in markets today may have yeasts and/or sugar.  You will need to decide whether you want to take the consequences of consuming these negative ingredients.

Kamut bread has no sugar, no dairy, no wheat, nor yeasts.  We used to make kamut-bread avocado sandwiches for our customers in the past.  You might want to go to your local health food stores to see if they carry that item.

You can also rotate with oatmeal and oat bran muffins (see recipes in my yeast-free cookbook).  Meanwhile, you can have an Herbal Cocktail smoothie with a grain you choose.  This cocktail would be both delicious and nutritious!

For consultation on yeast-free nutrition, herbal detox, hormonal imbalance, weight management, drug-free holistic treatment for various health issues, please call us at (800) 715-3053, or send an e-mail to drj@drjsbest.com.  Consultation sessions over Skype or the telephone are also available.  For more information, visit our website: www.drjsbest.com.

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