Foods that Help your Body

  • Potassium plays important role in nerve transmission which is the body’s method of communicating, important for muscle contraction, lowers high blood pressure.
  • Foods rich in potassium = raisins, dried figs, beans and legumes, brussel sprouts, artichokes, sweet potatoes, chick peas, pistachios, pumpkin seeds, bananas
  • Lemon Balm = relieve anxiety, boost memory, aid sleep and digestion, calm overactive thyroid, fights viruses, speeds healing of oral herpes lesions and reduces frequency of outbreaks.
  • Onion = reduces diabetes symptoms and protect against cardiovascular disease, prevents inflammation associated with allergies, protects against stomach ulcers and colon, esophageal, breast cancers.  Better for health than apples
  • Cayenne Peppers = pain relief, easing muscle aches, post-operative discomfort, and arthritis, weight control, control blood sugar
  • Plaintain (leafy plant, not the banana-like tropical fruit) = helps skin ailments, insect stings, wounds, burns.
  • Parsley = helps diseases of the urinary tract, increases urine output
  • Hawthorn = relaxes arterial-wall muscles, increases blood flow to the heart, prevents or reduces symptoms of coronary artery disease
  • Echinacea = boost immunity, prevents and treat upper respiratory tract infections as well as the common cold.
  • Ginseng = anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer
  • Garlic = very medicinal, anti-microbial, antineoplastic, helps cardiovascular system
  • Bell Peppers = lowers risk of cancer, prevents macular degeneration and cataracts
  • Ginger = reduce inflammation, cardiovascular conditions, blood clots, and cholesterol, helps ease nausea.
  • Turmeric = antioxidant, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and stomach soothing benefits, protects the liver from adverse effects of alcohol and certain toxins, helps with digestive flow
  • Gingko Biloba = antioxidant, protects against radiation, reduce brain damage
  • Ganoderma = strengthens immunity and combats cancer, provides relief from urinary tract infections, assists in longevity and health
  • Astragalus = helps immune system, aids in digestions and adrenal gland functions, diuretic, helps combat flu and cold, lowers stomach acidity, promotes waste elimination
  • Cat’s Claw = for stomach problems, fights infections and degenerative diseases
  • Broccoli = Helps prevent cancer, curbs overeating, boosts immune health, fight birth defects, fight diabetes, fights heart disease, promotes healthy bones, regulates blood pressure, prevents colds, makes for manly men
  • Strawberries – fight against cancer and aging
  • Pineapples – fight arthritis
  • Kiwis – increase bone mass
  • Blueberries – protect your heart
  • Mangos – antioxidant compounds, high in copper, alkalizes the whole body* (which fights against cancer), improves digestion, improves vision, high in vitamin E, boosts sex drive and regulates sex hormones, improves memory and concentration, lowers LDL cholesterol, high in vitamin C and pectin, protects against the following cancers: breast, colon, prostate, and leukemia

*cancer cannot survive in an alkaline body.  see notes on cancer.

  • Cherries – calms nervous system
  • Peaches – rich in potassium, fluoride*, and iron
  • Watermelon – helps control heart rate
  • Grapes – relaxes blood vessels
  • Apples – resistant against infections
  • Oranges – maintains great skin, vision, fights colds
  • Beets – cancer fighter, strongly effective in breaking up tumors by their excellent amount of betacyanin
  • Celery – high vitamin C (promotes healthy immune system), diuretic, prevents cancer, anti-inflammatory, lowers bad cholesterol, lower blood pressure
  • Carrot – enhances blood flow to the eyes
  • Tomatoes – great for the heart, full of lycopene (food for the heart and blood)
  • Beans – heal and maintain kidney functions

*natural fluoride is good

 

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