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  Foods for Health.

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    It is important to eat whole foods and not just supplements , by eating whole foods you get the proper mix of the supplements that are needed. By taking just supplements you risk excessive intake.

    Allicin present in garlic and is a antibiotic, antifungal and antiparasitic.  Garlic cstimulate cancer-fighting cells, keeps the blood thin and reduces blood pressure, it also will reduce watering from the eyes in allergic conditions.

    Alpha-linolenic acid is a essential fatty acid in omega-3 fatty acid in flaxseed oil, cod liver oil and fish oil. It strengthens the immune system, prevents cancer, reduces inflammation and is helpful for arthritis. It helps reduce inflammation and protects from autoimmune diseases.

    Alpha lipoic acid  It is found in Brewer’s yeast, spinach, carrots, yams, broccoli, and red potatoes. Lipoic acid may prevent degenerative diseases such as cataracts, cancer, heart disease and arthritis and is considered one of the best treatments for diabetes. It is a chelating agent and as binds to toxic metals and removes them from the body. It may additionally prevent damage from radiation. The supplements of Alpha Lipoic acid may cause burning sensation in the throat.

    Bioflavonoids are found in the pulp and white rind just beneath the peel of citrus fruits, along with cherries, blackberries, blueberries, apricots, apples, grapes, peppers, soybeans, garlic, buckwheat and leafy vegetables. Bioflavonoids help reducing pain, healing bruises, prevention of cataracts and cancer.Should be take daily

    Capsaicin is a compound found in chili peppers and chili peppers are a member of the Capsicum family. This compound is highly regarded for its ability to lower cholesterol and can alleviate symptoms of sinus congestion, keeping the air passages clear. Capsicum can be used to stop bleeding, aid in digestion, improve circulation, and may neutralize carcinogens and boost the immune system. Ointments that contain capsaicin relieve arthritic and nerve pain.

    Lycopene is a carotenoid found in red grapefruit, tomatoes, red peppers, red cabbage, watermelon, strawberries, raspberries and red grapes. This antioxidant substance protects the body against various forms of cancer.

    Pycnogenols (OPC’s) are substances found in grape seeds and can also be found in peanuts, cranberries, blueberries, cherries, plums and citrus peel. These substances are  helpful for conditions, such as allergies, arthritis, cardiovascular system problems, vision disorders, diabetes, and stress reduction.

  • Chemicals

A healthy food list includes plenty of selections from this partial list of fruits, vegetables, nuts and whole grains:

Almond, Apple, Apricot, Artichoke, Asparagus, Avocado
Banana, Barley, Beans Beet Blackberry Blueberry
Broccoli Brown rice Brussels sprouts Butternut
Cabbage Carrot Cauliflower Celeriac Celery Chard Cherry Chestnut Chicory Coconut Collards Corn Crabapple Cranberry Cress Cucumbers Currant
Dates

Elderberry Figs Flaxseed
Gooseberry Grapefruit Grapes
Kales Key Lime Kiwi fruit Kumquat
Leek Lemon Lettuce Lime
Mango Melons Millet Mulberry Mushrooms
Nectarines
Oats Okra Olive Onions Orange
Papaya Parsnips Passion Fruit Peach Pear Peas
Pecan Peppers Pineapple Plum Pomegranate
Potatoes Pumpkins Radish Raspberry
Rhubarb Rutabaga Rye
Shallots Spelt Spinach Squash Strawberry Sweet potato
Tangerine Tomatoes Turnips
Walnut Watercress Watermelon Wheat berries Whole-wheat pasta
Wild rice
Yams

Journal reference: Journal of Applied Toxicology (vol 24, p5)
continue to next page for list of chemicals in deodrants


 

 

 

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