1. A cell may replace itself with a weaker cell each time. A cell will do this if it hasn’t had the right nutritional foods available to it. This process is called degeneration.
2. A cell can replace itself with the same strength cell. This means the body doesn’t improve. That is, you have a chronic condition.
3. The cell is capable of replacing itself with a stronger and better cell. This will happen only if the cell has an abundance of energy and the right raw materials. This process is called regeneration. It is anti-aging.
Many of the foods that we have been told are good for us in actual fact may cause degeneration. This can be shown by muscle testing. Your kinesiologist can supply you with information on which foods to avoid to stop degeneration, and which foods to buy to aid regeneration and anti-aging.
FOODS WHICH CAN CAUSE DEGENERATION AND AGING ARE:
High levels of carbohydrate
Milk (especially homogenized milk) and cheese
Caffeine – Including Tea, Coffee, chocolate, cola, chuppa chups
Chocolate (it contains dangerous levels of lead!)
Chemicals such as flouride (which is a rat poison)
Artificial sweeteners (especially aspartame / nutrasweet)
Artificial Colorings (as in Gatorade)
Monosodium glutamate (MSG)
Moderate to high levels of meat
Meat from animals on unnatural diets (eg pork)
Cotton seed oil
Oil that is not cold pressed / expeller pressed (use olive oil, butter or ghee)
Deep fried foods
Chips / French fries
Soy products other than soy sauce, miso and tofu (eg soy milk & soy oil)
Meat and eggs raised by `normal’ methods which have many toxins and hormones.
Seafood which are garbage eaters (eg oysters)
Foods with high levels of mercury. This includes most fish, such as tuna.
Genetically Modified Food (GMOs). At present this is about 50% of all soy and corn. Even organic soy and corn can have GMOs in it unless otherwise stated.
A MAJOR cause of aging is heavy metals. Virtually all of us suffer from heavy metal toxicity.
The best way to remove heavy metals is by chelation, by I.V. or by suppository.
FOODS WHICH CAN HELP REGENERATION AND ANTI-AGING INCLUDE:
RAW nuts, seeds, soaked and sprouted grains
Fruit and vegetables especially sprouts
Green leafy vegetables
Legumes (bean and lentils – learn Indian cooking to make them interesting)
Goji Juice & Berries – Possibly the best anti-aging substance in the world.
Bee pollen (not for everyone-some are allergic to pollen from some areas)
Celtic sea salt
Antioxidants (eg vitamin C, vitamin E, pycnogenols, coenzyme Q10)
Evening primrose oil
MSM (organic sulphur)
Foods with omega 3 fatty acids (eg flaxseed oil) and
Foods with omega 4 & 5 fatty acids (eg evening primrose and fish oil).
Gentle sunlight (vitamin D)
A good night’s sleep every night, minimum eight hours.
In addition, frequent drinks of good water is crucial. We believe the best water is water that has been filtered by reverse osmosis. Next best would be spring water. Tap water is not as good because of the chlorine and the fluoride (although it is better than nothing). Distilled water is not as good for you – its energy has been altered. In Europe distilled water is labelled “not for human consumption”. Mineral water is not as good because the minerals are not in a form your body likes. Water that comes from the top of mountains is no good because, according to genius Victor Schauberger, it is lacking in oxygen. Many people’s health problems and anti-aging would improve if they would just drink more good water!
Nutritionists like to divide food into a number of different groups. I suggest that you think about dividing food up into two food groups. One group produces acids when it is digested. The other group produces alkalies when it is digested. Our bodies are constantly producing waste products, much the same as the exhaust coming from the back of your car. Waste products are acidic. They are called toxins. Toxins cause tiredness, pain and aging. Therefore, if you want more energy and less pain and anti-aging, you need to eat less acid-producing food.
Foods that produce acids are carbohydrates and proteins. ‘Foods’ such as tea, coffee, softdrinks, sugar, flavourings, artificial sweetener and preserved meats are even more acidic i.e. toxic. And pollutants (such as heavy metals) and pesticides are even worse.
To neutralise an acid you need an alkali. The only foods that produce alkalis are fruit and vegetables, particularly leafy, green vegetables, such as sprouts, parsley and cabbage. That is why people should eat LOTS of fruit and especially vegetables, for anti-aging. Raw is best. And steamed is much, much better than boiled (as it retains the vitamins and minerals).
Once you begin to understand this, it is easy to see why so many people are suffering from health problems. Have a look at what people put into their shopping carts next time you are at the supermarket. (Lots of white bread, soft drinks and preserved meats). And have a look at what people have on their plate next time you are in a restaurant. Lots of carbohydrate and protein, and very few vegetables, except maybe for some lettuce.
This is not to say that we don’t need protein and complex carbohydrates. We do. The key is BALANCE. We need to balance the acid-producing foods we eat with much more alkali-producing foods, especially if we suffer from symptoms such as tiredness,pain, illness, gas and skin problems.
The other thing to bear in mind is that the body has hundreds of different chemical reactions going on, for which it needs at least NINETY different things, including vitamins, minerals and essential fatty acids. Therefore, people need more variety in their diet, to ensure that they get everything their body needs, for effective anti-aging.
DISCLAIMER: This information is not medical science or medical advice. This information is not backed up by scientific evidence. This is just for your information. This information and these products have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products and information are not intended to dia
gnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease, disorder, pain, injury, deformity, or physical or mental condition. Individual results may vary.
About the Author : Stephanie Relfe was born in Sydney Australia. She now lives in the USA with her husband and son. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree from Sydney University. She is a professional kinesiologist and the webmaster of “Health, Wealth & Happiness” at http://www.relfe.com, a website which provides valuable natural health, mind, spirit, financial and other information unifying the whole, rather than educating a part of the whole.