SYMPTOMS OF ESTROGEN DEFICIENCY
- Hot flashes, night sweats
- Continuous fatigue
- Decreased alertness
- Poor memory
- Poor sexual drive
- Small wrinkles
- Small & / or drooping breasts
- Dry mucous membranes
BENEFITS OF PROGESTERONE
- Helps Treat Adrenal Fatigue
- Natural Diuretic
- Natural Anti-Depressant
- Helps Thyroid Hormone Work
- Uses fat as energy
- Restores libido
- Protective effect on cholesterol
- Normalizes blood clotting
- Stimulates bone growth
- Normalizes zinc and copper levels
- Restores normal sleep patterns
- Prevents Fibrocystic Breast Disease
- Protects Against Cancers of the Breast, Uterus, and Ovaries
- Is A Good Skin Mosturizer
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DETOXIFICATION AND DRAINAGE?
Detoxification refers to removing toxins from their binding sites in the tissues and organs of the body.
Before one detoxifies, the drainage organs of the body must first be stimulated.
This is the main reason why so many people get sick when they begin a detox program.
The toxins leave the tissues, go into the blood stream, and since the liver is clogged (b/c there was no previous liver drainage), these toxins are not eliminated. It’s like having a bowel movement in a toilet that won’t flush.
Liver Drainage is enhanced by homeopathic and herbal remedies., by lemon in water, and liver friendly vegetables such as carrots, beets, zucchini, squash, watercress, and artichoke. Kidney Drainage is enhanced by homeopathic and herbal formulas, horsetail tea, asparagus, and healthy drinking water which is slightly alkaline, loaded with electrons, and just the right amount of minerals. Lymphatic drainage is enhanced by homeopathic and herbal formulas, massage, deep breathing, rebounding on a trampoline, and complete elimination of dairy products from the diet.
After drainage is complete, the process of detoxification can begin. Effective ways include raw food vegan diets, colonics, coffee enemas, skin brushing, infra-red saunas, and exercise.
- Greater flexibility in general and less fatigue
- More power and speed
- Look younger and fresher (this comment comes from friends)
- More positive thinking, cheerful and self confident
- Slow the aging process
- Increased concentration and mental focus
- Deeper and restful sleep
- Feel refreshed when you wake up in the morning
- Less gas and bloating
- Improved bowel function
- More efficient exercise workouts
- More energy and vitality
The seven warning signs of Alzheimer’s disease are:
- Asking the same question over and over again.
- Repeating the same story, word for word, again and again.
- Forgetting how to cook, or how to make repairs, or how to play cards—activities that were previously done with ease and regularity.
- Losing one’s ability to pay bills or balance one’s checkbook.
- Getting lost in familiar surroundings, or misplacing household objects.
- Neglecting to bathe, or wearing the same clothes over and over again, while insisting that they have taken a bath or that their clothes are still clean.
- Relying on someone else, such as a spouse, to make decisions or answer questions they previously would have handled themselves.
WHAT CAUSES DEMENTIA AND ALZHEIMER’S
AD is a complex disease without a single cause, but with many contributors. Many researchers are now converging on the understanding that it is a degenerative inflammatory disease that damages a particular part of the brain called the Medial Temporal Lobe. This may be largely due to the long-term consequence of faulty nutrition plus certain negative lifestyle factors, much like cardiovascular disease, and that any long-term solution must involve fundamental changes to a person’s diet.
The contributory factors may include:
- Raised homocysteine and a lack of B vitamins
- Lack of omega 3 fats
- Metabolic syndrome, insulin resistance, disglycemia and diabetes
- Excessive stress and the stress hormone cortisol
- Acetylcholine and precursor deficiency
- Lack of antioxidant nutrients
- A genetic predisposition
- A lack of an active lifestyle, including physical and mental exercise.
The strongest evidence to date relates to raised homocysteine levels, which both predicts risk and can cause the kind of brain damage seen in Alzheimer’s, caused by lack of B vitamins, especially B12 which is increasingly poorly absorbed with age.