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I saw Dr. J briefly for consultation 10 years ago, and I quickly “ran away” because I thought her holistic treatment was too radical.  Ten years later, I came back to see her because I was overweight and I had a lump in my breast.  After about six weeks of sticking to her Herbal Detox (Yeast-Para Control and  Cleansing-Balance Tea) and Weight Management (Herbal Cocktail, Fitness Regular, and Fitness Plus), I lost 11 pounds and three inches around my waistline.  Most of all, when I went to my physician for a scheduled surgery to remove the cyst, it miraculously disappeared!  No surgery was needed!                                               

 — Peggy K. Teacher, Los Angeles, California

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Holistic health is a health practice that considers all aspects of life that may contribute to the total well-being of an individual.  The individual is treated as a whole person, not as parts of a machine.  Hence, all aspects of human needs including physical, mental, spiritual and financial are taken into consideration in the healing process.

In developed and developing countries, drug treatment is prevalent.  Drug treatment gives the diseased individuals a false belief that their symptoms can be cured by a magic bullet.  After their cabinets look like pharmacies, they realized that all the drugs they have been taking only gave them more side effects.  Usually this is time that they seek holistic treatment.

Based on my observation in more than three decades of holistic health care practice, I have found that those who are able, willing and ready to take full responsibility for their health, and make a total lifestyle change, tend to survive life-threatening diseases such as cancer.  At the least, their quality of life was greater than their counterparts who relied on chemotherapy, radiation or surgery.

Holistic healing, however, is not a new concept.  It is an ancient science dating back to at least 5,000 years ago. Holistic healing practitioners propagated the idea of a healthy way of living and being in harmony with nature.  The general principle of holism was summarized by Aristotle in theMetaphysics: “The whole is more than the sum of its parts”.  The philosopher Socrates also acknowledged the holistic approach and suggested that people should look at the body as a whole and not part-by-part.

The creator of Western medicine, Hypocrites, said “Do no harm!”  Unfortunately, many Western trained physicians have been influenced by the financial ties with pharmaceutical companies.  Prescription drug abuse has been a serious health issue in developed and developing countries.

This has prompted holistic health practices to become a more recognized and accepted medical practice since the 1970’s.  Holistic health has become more accepted as the primary care practice in some European countries such as Sweden.  In the U. S. and other developed or developing countries, there is a holistic health movement underway – moving away from drugs towards a drug-free, holistic treatment.

What are your thoughts?  Are you content or discontent with the current health care system?

For consultation on yeast-free nutrition, herbal detox, hormonal imbalance, weight control, stress management, and spiritual counseling, please call us at (800) 715-3053, or (818) 472-2213, 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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Q.        I am taking oral medication for Type 2 diabetes.  I would like to be off medication if I could.  I would also like to lose 50 pounds.  What should I do?

A.        Type 2 (adult-onset) diabetes can be controlled by a lifestyle change.  I am glad that you want to lose weight.  As I indicated in a previous article, fat cells are not as effective as muscle cells in utilizing insulin to burn and turn sugar into cellular fuel.  Losing excess weight (fat) and exercising regularly will strengthen your muscle cells and help better utilize the blood sugar in your blood stream, and thus reduce your oral medication dependency.

Elevated blood sugar in your blood stream feeds your little enemies – yeasts and parasites – in your body.  This can create many complications.

Here are my recommendations for people who are committed to weaning themselves off oral medication for diabetes.

1)    Yeast-free nutrition

You need to adhere to a nutritional program that contains no sugar, no dairy, no wheat, no yeast, no caffeine, no alcohol, no nicotine, nor chemicals (my clients call this Dr. J’s Eight Commandments).  This nutritional program will feed your body and starve yeasts and parasites, so you can activate your body’s innate intelligence for healing.  To learn what to eat and what to avoid, follow my yeast-free cookbook, Healthy and Tasty: Dr. J’s Anti-Yeast Cooking.

 

2)    Exercise Daily

Any kind of exercises that you like or suit your energy level would help.  Slow walking 30 minutes a day is a good start.  Exercise burns calories and turns blood sugar into energy for you.  Thus, you will need less oral medication to bring the blood sugar level down.

 

3)    Herbal Therapy

In order for you to lose weight effectively, you need to remove physical toxins first.  Our Herbal Detox: Yeast-Para Controland Cleansing-Balance Teaworks wonders to remove your toxic waste.  The Weight Management program (containing Herbal Cocktail, Fitness Regularand Fitness Plus) is also very important for you.  Herbal Cocktail will curb your appetite and stop your sugar craving.  Fitness Regular (a fat blocker) will prevent the fats in your food to form fatty cells (provided that you eat sensibly).  Fitness Regular is also designed to facilitate your blood circulation and balance your blood sugar, blood pressure and cholesterol.  Fitness Plus(a fat burner) will burn the existing fat in your body and turn it onto energy.  If you combine the Herbal Detoxand Weight Management programs, you can expect to lose an average of two to three pounds a week in a healthy and safe way.

Most diabetics experience low overall energy and sexual energy due to insufficient use of blood sugar for energy, as well as due to the onset of yeasts and parasitic infections.  If that’s the case for you, Male Vitality (or Female Vitality for females) would be a good consideration to increase your energy level.

 

After you reach your ideal weight, you can be continue on the maintenance dosage to stay healthy. In the process of doing so, your body will tell you how much medication you need to keep the blood sugar level down.  You may adjust the amount of medication according to your blood sugar tests.  Usually my clients work with me closely to monitor the medication amount in the beginning, until they have learned how to listen to their bodily functions and adjust the dosage on their own.

 

4)    Remove Mental Toxins

Based on my more than three decades of clinical experience working with people from all walks of life, I have found that people with diabetes usually have some kind of “regret” in their lives.  When they are willing to do some “dirty work” to dig out the roots, their results are profound and long lasting.  I would highly recommend psychological and spiritual counseling.  Otherwise, read my book, Breaking the Yeast Curse: Food and Unconditional Love for Magic Healing.  You will learn some techniques to release negative emotions and better manage stress.

Some of my clients were able to wean themselves completely off the oral medication for diabetes.  It depends on how committed you are to the holistic treatment and a total lifestyle change.  You need to be willing to remove both physical and mental toxins.  As a helping professional, I am here to offer you the best possible knowledge, skills, and products to gain vibrant health.  However, you are the one who needs to travel the journey.

For consultation on yeast-free nutrition, herbal detox, hormonal imbalance, weight control, stress management, and spiritual counseling, please call us at (800) 715-3053, or (818) 472-2213, 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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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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