“Let your food be your medicine and your medicine be your food".  

                                            Hippocrates                                                                           

 

The main focus of this abstract is to fight candida infections, but it can be used for many other ailments as well, because the principles for healing through diet are similar in many cases.

 

 

 An alternative therapy for the management of Candida infection involves eliminating the yeast overgrowth through diet, fiber, and nutritional supplements, and also rebuilding the intestinal flora. It is recognized that a disturbed flora of the gastrointestinal tract can promote yeast proliferation. By re-inoculating the bowel with proper symbiotic acid producing bacteria, such as L-acidophilus and bifidus, there is a reduction in the compatibility of the intestinal environment for yeast* proliferation. Other products that can help eliminate and control Candida overgrowth include grapefruit seed extract, caprylic acid, garlic, and pau d'arco.

 

 

Diets low in nutrients and fiber may contribute to Candida overgrowth

                    as they alter the pH of the G.I. tract. This negatively affects the friendly bacteria that thrive in

                    a narrow pH range (growth occurs at pH 6,5 - 7,0. There is no growth  at  pH values under 5,0 or  above 8,0)

 but does not inhibit Candida, which proliferates comfortably in a wider range of pH conditions.

                Fiber is the non-digestible part of plant food and increases the stool size by absorbing water. There are two types of fiber: soluble and insoluble. Soluble fiber dissolves in water and is found in oat bran, beans, peas, barley and citrus fruits. Insoluble fiber does not dissolve in water and is found in wheatbran and some vegetables. 

 

Fiber increases the transit time of the colon and decreases the pressure within the colon. Fiber can be added to the diet by eating  fiber-rich food or bytaking fiber supplements.

 

  Onderzoekers constateerden dat de hoeveelheid vetzuren in het bloed van M.E.-lijders aanzienlijk lager is dan bij andere mensen. Indien men vetzuren aan het bloed toevoegde dan merkten de onderzoekers een aanzienlijke vooruitgang op bij hun patiënten. De twee bekendste vormen van essentiële vetzuren zijn linolzuur en linoleenzuur. Uit deze vetzuren worden stoffen aangemaakt die vitaal zijn voor het afweersysteem. Welnu, door een defect in de cellen wordt deze omzetting bij M.E.-lijders bemoeilijkt. Wetenschappers zoeken nog steeds naar de oorzaak van het defect in de cellen. Op basis van deze bevindingen ontwierpen de onderzoekers een pil. Deze pil bevat een combinatie van de oliën teunisbloemolie en visolie. Dankzij de pil wordt de moeizame omzetting van linolzuur en linoleenzuur naar stoffen die vitaal zijn voor het afweersysteem omzeilt. Daardoor wordt het natuurlijk afweersysteem ten dele of geheel hersteld. Bij 85 procent van de patiënten geeft het product vermindering van vermoeidheid en spierpijn, het bevordert het concentratievermogen en vermindert duizeligheid. Essentiële vetzuren zijn een natuurlijk product en dus onschadelijk. Eventuele overschotten worden door het lichaam gebruikt als energie of gewoon onder de vorm van vet opgestapeld. Indien de patiënt na drie maanden geen verbetering merkt, kan hij beter zijn arts weer raadplegen. Het opvallende aan het product is dat patiënten plotseling beter worden. Jammer genoeg is gebruik van het geneesmiddel geen garantie om voorgoed van M.E. genezen te zijn.                                                                             

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    The Steps (These are done simultaneously.):

 

        1.Eat in the rythm remove (s3, s8: kill, clean:s5), replace (s7, s2) , repair& defend (s4), rebuild (s6), prevent (s8) (s1)

        2.Weaken the fungus with the "Candida Diet". (s2: neutral pH balance maintaining diet)

        3.Take supplements to kill the fungus.(s3 Anti fungals)

        4.Take supplements to support the immune system. (s4 immune system supporters specifically geared to candida)

        5.Take supplements to clear the dead fungus from the liver and blood. (s5 dead fungus removers)

        6.Support any weakened body systems, especially the digestive system. (s6  immune – and other body system supporters)

        7.Replace the friendly flora of the body. (s7 friendly flora replacers)

        8.Make any lifestyle changes necessary to prevent a reinfection. (s8: parasite killers)

 

These 8 steps are  the guideline for this abstract , taken  from several Internet pages. It is divided into 8 sections, each one representing  1 of the steps. At the end of each section there is a list of food/ herbs/ spices, cooking + salad oils , drinks, essential oils and supplements that belong with that step. Step 2 has a summary of  all products of all steps.

 

 

 

Step  1.Eat  in the rhythm: kill (s3, s8), replace (s7), clean(s5), rebuild, (s4,s6)

 

 

1 Take antifungals on an empty stomach, and then wait a while (two hours to 15 minutes) before taking probiotics. Candida albicans is attached to mucosa wall and if anti-fungals are not taken, there will be no empty space and the majority of friendly bacteria will go down the drain.Take 5 antifungals in rotation, a different one each day, as fungus grows resistant to antifungals very quickly. (Propolis is an exception, fungus never grows immune to it)

2      Probiotics are necessary to occupy place that antifungals free. If probiotics are not taken, strains of Candida that are resistant to antifungal will proliferate and antifungal will be ineffective. After taking probiotics wait a while (15 minutes to half hour) before eating to give time for probiotics to occupy free space.

3  After the probiotics, take products  to help the body get rid of the dead fungus(s5)

 4.Take individual vitamins at a different time of day than your multivitamin. (For instance, take the multi in the morning and all of your individual vitamins together in the evening.) This helps you absorb them better.

 

 

      

For example:

1-First thing to take before eating anything else  is an s3 supplement (listed in step 2), for example Aloe Vera (be careful with this though, it can aggravate LGS), propolis, grape fruit seed extract,  calendula flower (oil or tea), cinnamon (tea), ginger (tea), clove (tea), sage (tea), lavender (tea), lapacho tea (mixtures of these teas can be very good as well). You want to remove the fungus before eating anything else to avoid feeding the fungus with what you eat . Make sure you rotate herbs and remedies, take a different one everyday, and vary between at least 5 different ones, otherwise the fungus becomes resistant and the remedy may also become toxic if taken for a long periods without variation.

 

 

2-Then after 15 minutes to 2 hours, take a probiotic (s7) fi kefir or lacto acidophilus and bifidus yoghurt, to fill up the empty space left by the removed fungus with friendly bacteria to avoid its being replaced by strains of fungus that are resistant to the antifungal.  You can add sesame seeds, pumpkinseeds, almonds and oatmeal****(category #4 and#5 should avoid oats, see step 2) for fibre and calories.

 

3- Then something should be taken to clear the blood and liver from the dead fungus (s5) to avoid its leaving toxins in the body. (This can be done between the antifungal and probiotic as well). The following products are helpful: lemon water, potatoes, asparagus, fennel (tea), nuts and seeds, anything listed in step 2 with s5 (dead fungus remover), but without s3 (fungus killer), because s3 products might also harm the good bacteria just put in by the probiotics. If the dead fungus removers are taken before the probiotics, s3 fungus killing properties are no problem.

 

 

4-Use products to build up your immune system (s4), and to strengthen weakened body systems (s6): first a multivitamin, then individual vitamins, such as Echinacea. See step 6 for a list of symptoms that show which mineral or vitamin is deficient.

 

Rotation example:

 

                s3 supplement         s3 tea                      s5 tea or drink         s7             s6 tea or supplement                             s4 supplement        

Sunday:    orthisept                                 lavender  tea            fenneltea(also s8)    l.a.yog     wheatgerm oil                        Echinicea

Monday:  aloe vera                 clovetea                  dandelion tea           kefir        all family                                flaxseedoil

Tuesday:  sundown garlic         sage tea (also s8)     fenneltea                 la.yogh    wheatgerm oil                         spirulina  

Wednesday: propolis                               marigold tea            lemon water            kefir        nettle tea+ pumpkinseeds        Echinicea

Thursday:                kwai                        ginger tea                carrot juice              la yogh    all family                                flaxseedoil

Friday:     aloevera                  cinnamon tea          dandelion tea           kefir        wheatgerm oil                         ginseng

Saturday:  propolis                   sage tea (also s8)     lemon water            la yogh    Calcium                                   flaxseedoil

 

Besides:

2 pieces of fruit daily , lemonwater and two ounces of vegetables daily and enough calories, see step 2 for the healthiest choices.

 

 

 

 

Step 2.Weaken the fungus with the "Candida Diet".

 

                                           

 

 

Candida thrives in a sugary, high acid  environment, so make its environment uncomfortable, alkaline.(2)

 

 

 The elimination of acid causing foods can aid in the healing

  process of many conditions such as: Candida, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, bowel problems, depression and many more.

                                           In addition, arthritis, rheumatism cancer, Aids and Parkinson's can be

                                           helped through changes in diet.   A chart of food acid levels is at the end of this section. It is

                                           important to emphasize the goal is to achieve a greater balance between

                                           acid and alkaline foods, and not to stay away from acid causing foods

                                           completely. As a general rule try to eat five alkaline forming foods for

                                            every acid forming food.

                                           

                     

 

 

 

 

 

                  Special foods are lemons and limes because they have the ability to

                                           neutralize acid and also bring the body into perfect PH balance.

 

 The basic philosophy of what to eat in order to nourish yourself with meals that are prepared fresh each day.  Leftovers will begin to grow mould within a couple of

hours of putting them in the fridge.  In the event that there are leftovers or you prefer to make extra food for the next day, you would be well advised to put it in the

freezer.

 

 

 

 

    The concept of what to eat can be simplified by determining how serious the individual’s condition is. There are five categories we will now briefly examine.

                                   Remember, these are not all inclusive, and are here to merely guide you.

 

 

 

                                                                                                                       

  Category #1 - the individual is probably not experiencing any major discomforts or ailments but may once in a while not feel 100%. This person would benefit from

               a modified yeast free regime to prevent future problems and to fine tune the occasional imbalances, however it is not essential.

 

 

CATEGORY #1

 

     4-6 servings of complex carbohydrates (grain, pasta, cereal, bread) such as: brown or white rice, kamut****, spelt****, couscous, millet, rye****, oats****, kasha, buckwheat*,

     quinoa or amaranth, and potatoes or sweet potatoes

     Sourdough rye****, any yeast*/wheat* free bread or pumpernickel type breads

     2-3 servings of legumes**** such as: any beans****, tofu****, lentils**** or peas****

     5-7 servings of fresh green and orange vegetables (raw, steamed or stir fried)

     1-3 servings of fruits

     Unsweetened jam as needed

     1-4 eggs a week

     Oils: Olive, Safflower, Sunflower, Sesame, Almond, Hemp, Flax (cannot be heated)

     1 serving of seaweed a week: Arame, Kombu, Nuri, Wakame and Dulce

     All nuts except peanuts*

     Maple syrup*** or honey*** up to 3 times a week

     Rice syrup any time in moderation

     Dairy food may include unsalted butter, yogurt, cottage cheese** and ricotta cheese**

     4oz of poultry, lamb or fish per day for the non-vegetarians

     All fresh or dry herbs, sea salt, cayenne pepper, black pepper, mustard powder, paprika, saffron, cinnamon, turmeric

     Bragg, Soya**** health mayonnaise, Tamari, Dijon mustard

     Water, Herbal teas, jasmine tea, DX tea, green tea, Dandelion coffee***, fruit juices diluted 50% with water

     up to 2 cups of regular coffee*** a day (optional)

     Alcoholic beverage**1 x week (optional)

 

Key foods to avoid include: wheat* (=tarwe) breads, wheat* pastas  and cereals, all refined sugars*, all milk* and cheese** products, all fast foods*, beef*, pork*, shellfish*, corn*,

tomatoes*, mushrooms* and all fermented foods* in addition to oranges* , grapefruits*, pineapple*, peanuts* and margarine*.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Category #2 - the individual is beginning to experience small irritations and occasional discomforts such as: digestive problems, PMS,  food and environmental

  sensitivities and allergies, headaches, fatigue, sinus and bronchial problems, anxieties, canker sores in the mouth, thrush in the vagina or mouth, athlete’s foot, an

                                     itchy groin in men or women, vaginal discharge, mild skin irritations.

 

 

 

CATEGORY #2

 

     3-5 servings of complex carbohydrates (grain, pasta, cereal, bread) such as: brown or white rice, kamut****, millet, rye****, oats****, kasha, buckwheat*, amaranth or

     quinoa, and potatoes or sweet potatoes

     Yeast free breads made from rice, kamut****, rye****, millet, oats****, potato, arrowroot

     1-2 servings of legumes**** - such as any beans****, tofu****, lentils****, or peas****

     6-7 helpings of fresh green and orange vegetables. These should be consumed in a ratio of 50 percent raw and 50 percent lightly steamed, sautéed or stir

     fried

     1-2 helpings of fruits with the skin peeled or cut off.  Avoid bananas**, all berries**and grapes**

     Unsweetened jam once a day (optional)

     1-3 eggs a week

     Oils: Olive, Safflower, Sunflower, Sesame, Almond, Hemp, Flax (cannot be heated)

     2 servings of seaweed a week: Arame, Kombu, Nori, Wakame and Dulce

     Pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, safflower seeds, almonds, walnuts

     Maple syrup*** or honey*** once a week

     Rice syrup anytime in moderation

     Unsalted butter, yogurt

     4oz of poultry or fish for the non vegetarians every other day

     All fresh or dry herbs, sea salt, cayenne pepper, mustard powder, paprika, saffron, turmeric, cinnamon

     Bragg, Tamari, Soya**** health mayonnaise

     Water and lemon, Herbal teas (except mint and chamomile), jasmine tea, DX tea, green tea, Dandelion coffee***, fruit juices diluted 50% with water

     Coffee*** once a day (optional)

 

Category 2 foods to avoid: all yeast* and  wheat* breads* , wheat* pastas  and cereals, all refined sugars*, all milk* and cheese** ** products, all fast foods*, pork*and red meat**,

shellfish*, corn*, tomatoes*, mushrooms* and all fermented  foods* in addition to oranges* , grapefruits*, pineapple*,  bananas**, all berries**and grapes**

peanuts*, margarine* and alcohol**.

 

 

 

 

                   Category #3 - the individual is experiencing a number of problems on a weekly basis such as: gastrointestinal problems, hormonal imbalances,  food and

 environmental sensitivities and allergies, headaches, fatigue, sinus and bronchial problems, anxieties, occasional sleep disturbances, pain and discomfort in the joints

  and limbs, canker sores in the mouth, thrush in the vagina or mouth, athlete’s foot, an itchy groin in men or women, vaginal discharge, skin irritations or have had

                                                      surgery on an organ..

                            

 

CATEGORY #3

 

     3-5 servings of complex carbohydrates (grain, pasta, cereal, bread) such as: brown or white rice, kamut****, millet, rye****, oats****, kasha, buckwheat*, amaranth or

     quinoa, and potatoes or sweet potatoes

     - 4 days out of 7 eat from the gluten free grains: amaranth, millet, quinoa and brown rice

     Yeast free breads made from rice, kamut****, rye****, millet, oats****, potato, arrowroot

     1-2 servings of legumes**** a week from: red lentils****, adzuki beans**** or mashed tofu****

     6-7 servings of fresh green and orange vegetables. The majority of the vegetables are to be eaten lightly steamed to aid the colon in digesting and breaking

     down the food. Avoid brussel sprouts***, cauliflower***, eggplant*** and all types of peppers***

     1 serving of fruit once a day. Avoid bananas**, melons**, all berries**and grapes**

     Unsweetened jam once a week (optional)

     1-2 eggs a week (in baking e.g. muffins, pancakes, waffles)

     Oils: Olive, Sesame, Almond, Hemp, Flax (cannot be heated)

     3 servings of seaweed a week: Arame, Kombu, Nori, Wakame and Dulce

     Pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, almonds

     Rice syrup once a month

      4oz chicken, turkey or fish 2 or 3 times a week for the non vegetarians

     All fresh or dry herbs, sea salt, cayenne pepper, (mustard powder once a week)

     Bragg, wheat* free Tamari, Soya**** health mayonnaise

     Water and lemon, Herbal teas (except mint and chamomile), Pau d’Arco tea, Twig tea, Bachu tea, jasmine tea, DX tea, green tea, dandelion coffee***, apple     juice, cranberry juice  (unsweetened, diluted with water 50%)

 

For this category, the key foods to avoid include: all yeast* and wheat* breads* , wheat* pastas , all refined sugars*, maple syrup***, honey***, all milk* and cheese** products, all

fast foods*, pork*, red meat**, shellfish*, corn*, tomatoes*, mushrooms*, and all fermented foods*, in addition to oranges* , grapefruit*, pineapple*, bananas**, melons**, all berries**and grapes**, peanuts*, margarine*, alcohol**

and coffee***.

 

 

 

 

  Category #4 - the individual may be suffering sleep disorders including difficulty going to sleep and/or waking up during the night, depressions, constant fatigue,

 pain and discomfort in the joints and limbs, temperature fluctuations, eye-sight problems, chronic gastrointestinal problems such as constant constipation, presence

    of cysts, endometriosis, irritable bowel syndrome, colitis, ulcers, kidney stones, serious skin conditions, migraine headaches, nightmares, elevated sugar* or

                                  cholesterol problems, high or low blood pressure, arthritis and rheumatism.

 

 

 

 

CATEGORY #4

 

     1-3 servings of complex carbohydrates (grain, pasta, cereal, bread) with no gluten or acid causing qualities such as: amaranth, millet, quinoa, or brown rice,

     and potatoes or sweet potatoes

     6-7 servings of fresh green and orange vegetables. The majority of the vegetables are to be eaten lightly steamed to aid the colon in digesting and breaking

     down the food. Avoid beets****, broccoli****, brussel sprouts***, cabbage****, cauliflower***, eggplant***, kale**** and all types of peppers***

     1 serving of fruit once a week after six weeks of eliminating all fruits and after the condition has improved.  Avoid bananas**, melons**, all berries**and grapes**

     Unsweetened jam once a month (optional), after eliminating all sweeteners for 8 weeks

     Oils: Olive, Sesame, Almond, Hemp, Flax (cannot be heated)

     3 servings of seaweed a week: Arame, Kombu, Nori, Wakame and Dulce

     Pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, almonds

     Rice syrup once a month after the elimination of all sweeteners for eight weeks

     Fish for the non vegetarians twice a week in 4oz servings (absolutely no shell fish)

     All fresh or dry herbs, sea salt, cayenne pepper, (mustard powder once a week)

     Bragg, wheat* free Tamari, Soya**** health mayonnaise

     Water and lemon, Herbal teas (except mint and chamomile), Pau d’Arco tea, Twig tea, Bachu tea, jasmine tea, DX tea

 

For this category, the key foods to avoid include: acid and gluten causing grains****, all yeast* and wheat* breads*, wheat* pastas , all refined sugars*, maple syrup***, honey***, all

milk and cheese** products, all fast foods*, pork*, red meat**, soya**** products, shellfish*, legumes****, corn*, tomatoes*, mushrooms*, and all fermented foods*, in addition to

oranges* , grapefruit*, pineapple*, peanuts*, margarine*, alcohol**and coffee***.

 

 

 

                                          

Category #5- the individual has been diagnosed with a serious heart condition, HIV, AIDS, Cancer, MS, Parkinson’s or any other life threatening condition.

 

                                           

 

CATEGORY #5

 

     1-2 servings of complex carbohydrates (grain, pasta, cereal, bread) with no gluten or acid causing qualities such as: amaranth, millet, quinoa or brown rice

     and potatoes or sweet potatoes

     6-7 servings of fresh green vegetables. The majority of the vegetables are to be eaten lightly steamed to aid the colon in digesting and breaking down the

     food. Avoid beets****, broccoli****, brussel sprouts***, cabbage****, cauliflower***, eggplant***, kale**** and all types of peppers***

     1 serving of fruit once a week after six weeks of eliminating all fruits and after the condition has improved. Do not eat any bananas**, melons**, all berries**and

     grapes**

     Oils: Olive, Hemp, Flax (cannot be heated)

     4 servings of seaweed a week: Arame, Kombu, Nori, Wakame and Dulce

     Pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, almonds

     Rice syrup once a month after the elimination of all sweeteners for eight weeks

     Only fresh herbs, and sea salt only once a week

     Bragg

     Water and lemon, Pau d’Arco tea, Twig tea, Bachu tea.

 

Foods to avoid in this category include: acid and gluten causing grains****, all yeast* and wheat* breads*, wheat* pastas , all refined sugars*, maple syrup***, honey***, all milk* and

cheese** products, all fast foods*, animal protein*****, soya**** products, shellfish*, legumes****, corn*, tomatoes*, mushrooms*, and all fermented foods*, in addition to oranges* ,

grapefruit*, pineapple*, peanuts*, margarine*, alcohol**and coffee***.

 

 

 

In short, foods to avoid per category:

Foods to avoid in category #1 wheat* breads*, wheat* pastas  and cereals, all milk* and cheese** **products (except butter, yoghurt, ricotta cheese** and cottage cheese**) , all fast foods*, beef*, pork*, shellfish*, corn*, tomatoes*, mushrooms* and all fermented foods* in addition to oranges* , grapefruits*, pineapple*, peanuts* and margarine*.

#2 idem +ricotta cheese** and cottage cheese**, red meat** and alcohol**, banana’s**, melons**, all berries**and grapes** #3 idem +coffee*** , maple syrup***, honey***, brussel sprouts***, cauliflower***, eggplant*** and all types of peppers*** #4 idem + acid and gluten causing grains**** ( e.g. rye****, oats****, kamut****, spelt****),  all yeast* breads****,  legumes****  (=any beans****, tofu****, lentils**** or peas****),  soya**** products (except soy milk and soy cheese**),  beets****, broccoli**** , cabbage****, kale****  #5 idem +animal protein*****

 

* should be avoided by category 1-5

** should be avoided by category 2-5

*** should be avoided by category 3-5.

****should be avoided by category 4 - 5

*****should be avoided by category 5

 

What  to eat and drink  per category:

 

food/ herbs/ spices

 

 (s3, s4, s5, s6,s7 )(xxx) herbs and spices #5 only fresh herbs, and only seasalt once a week, #3-4     All fresh or dry herbs, sea salt, cayenne pepper, (mustard powder once a week) #2 All fresh or dry herbs, sea salt, cayenne pepper, mustard powder, paprika, saffron, turmeric, cinnamon

     Bragg, Tamari, Soya**** health mayonnaise

#1 All fresh or dry herbs, sea salt, cayenne pepper, black pepper, mustard powder, paprika, saffron, cinnamon, turmeric

     Bragg, Soya**** health mayonnaise, Tamari, Dijon mustard

 

Iron: curry powder, ground ginger,  mustard sauce,  pepper, parsley, soy sauce , licorice

Chromium (ADH 0.05-0.2 mg ): fresh chilli 30 mcg per 100g catnip, horsetail, licorice, nettle, oat straw, red clover, sarsaparilla, wild yam, yarrow, Black pepper, blackstrap molasses (zoute stroop)

Copper (Adh 2-3 mg); pepper

Iodine (120-150 mcg): iodized salt 3000,

Vanadium (15-30 mcg) : black pepper, dill

Silicon : horsetail

Germanium (1,5 mg): aloe Vera, comfrey, ginseng, suma

Calcium (500-1200): Curry powder 645, Mustard powder 335, soy sauce 80, blackstrap, cayenne, chamomile, chickweed, chicory, dandelion, dandelion greens,  eyebright, fennelseed, fenugreek, flaxseed, hops, horsetail, kelp, lemongrass, mullein, nettle, peppermint, plantain, rasberry leaves, red clover, rose hips, shephard’s purse, violet leaves, yarrow, yellow dock , water cress, molasses(= zoute stroop)

Bioflavonoids: rosehips, chervil, elderberries, haethorn berry, horsetail, shephard’s purse

 

(S3) HORSE RADISH Mierikswortel Armoracea rusticana
Stimulating, therefore useful in influenza and fevers. Stimulates digestive process, eases flatulence. Has been used for urinary infection. Take 2 - 3 droppers, 1 - 3 times a day.

HORSETAIL Equisetum arvense
Relieves infections of urinary tract. Increases volume and acidity of urine. Best in small frequent doses. Useful for inflammation or benign enlargement of prostate gland. Also can help prevent or reverse osteoporosis. Take 2 - 4 droppers, 3 times a day.

 

 

(s3) Calendula Flower (Calendula officinalis, goudsbloem, marigold) Anti-inflammatory; astringent; styptic; anti-fungal; emmenagogue; cholagogue; topically for wounds, ulcers, burns,abscesses.

(s3, s8) (yy) oregano a variety of antifungal substances. It kills Candida on contact both

                    internally and topically. As well, it boosts the immune system to help the body fight Candida,

                    parasites and other infections. Dr. Jonathon Wright, M.D. of Kent Washington uses Oregano in his practice and finds it as effective as Nystatin.

 (s3) (mm)cinnamonantifungal

(s3, s8) (kkk) sage Sage contains a mixture of

                        anti-candida compounds.   Salie : is goed voor de keel, voor witte tanden, helpt het geheugen en is goed voor mondaandoeningen. 2 blaadjes salie per dag eten: als je last hebt van vapeurs en geen hormonen wil nemen.

(s3) ROSEMARY contains camphene, and camphor, which are useful in eliminating candida fungal infection.

 

(s3, s8) (zz) thyme Agents that may reduce the amount of yeast* in the body THYME has antiseptic and tonic properties to make it a useful herb for fungal infections such as candida albicans.
 

 

(s3)(oo)lemongrass, antifungal properties

(s3,s8)(hhh) cloves contains an antibacterial and antifungal agent

(s3, s4,  s6,s7) (cc) ginger (probiotic) Ginger Root (Zinziber officinalis) possesses anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, and immune stimulatory properties

Medicinal Action: Ginger oil treats colds, fevers, appetite loss, indigestion, nausea, and genital, urinary and lung infections, and is anti-inflammatory. It makes a warming liniment. It destroys many types of intestinal parasites. Studies show it increases drug and herb absorption, normalizes blood pressure and helps protect the liver. It helps to break fevers; stimulant; carminative; diaphoretic; aids in utilization of other herbs.  It is used for nausea, motion sickness, and digestive problems.   If you feel sick to your stomach or nauseated, ginger tea and/or peppermint oil (2 drops in a small glass of water) may help. (niet innemen, alleen aan ruiken)

 
 

 

 

 

 

(s4)(tt) Parsley in the highest alkaline forming category Consider thinking of parsley as a vegetable rather than a herb.  Make it a

                                           point to have a serving of parsley at both lunch and dinner

 

 

 

(s4, s5, s6) (sss) fresh vegetables..Carrots,     Artichoke, Millet, Quinoi, Celery, Collards, Cucumber,Potatoes, Pumpkin, squash Category

 # 4+5 Avoid beets****, broccoli****, brussel sprouts***, cabbage****, cauliflower***, eggplant***, kale**** and all types of pepper and the majority of the vegetables are to be eaten lightly steamed to aid the colon in digesting and breaking down the food.

# 3 can eat beets**** , and the majority of the vegetables are to be eaten lightly steamed to aid the colon in digesting and breaking down the food. # 2 can eat all fresh green and orange vegetables. These should be consumed in a ratio of 50 percent raw and 50 percent lightly steamed, sautéed or stir fried.

#1 can eat all green and orange vegetables (raw, steamed or stir fried)

 

(s5)asparagus in the highest alkaline forming category Asparagus contains ammonia which reduces a high acid level, and

                                           detoxifies all the body especially in cancer patients.  As an addendum,

                                           whenever you have asparagus, you may want to squeeze some lemon or

                                           lime juice on them to neutralize the strong urine smell which often follows

                                           the eating of this food.

 

(s5, s8)Fennel helps remove waste material from the body, and curbs the appetite. It is very effective in removing parasites from the body. In Chinese medicine, the seeds are used to tonify the kidneys and spleen, as well as for urinary and reproductive problems. When taken by nursing mothers, it promotes milk* flow and is said to relieve colic babies. It is a circulatory stimulant and an anti-inflammatory, and it is rich in Potassium and Sodium.

 

Calories RDA men/ women 19-22 12200/ 9300 KJ, 22-50 11100/8700 KJ,  50-65 10100/8200 KJ, >65 8800/7800 KJ, artichoke raw 192 Kj per 100 g, bean sprouts cooked 205, raw 172,  beans (sperziebonen) cooked 134, carrots cooked 100, raw 117, celeriac (knol selderij)  cooked 134, raw 117, chicory (wit lof) cooked 84, raw 67, courgette cooked 134, raw 117,  Cucumber 67,  endive  cooked 67, endive raw 33 , Fennel  50, leek (prei) cooked 134, raw 117,  lettuce (molsla)  222, lettuce (veldsla )  84, Onions cooked 84, raw 100, peppers green  67, Peppers red cooked 134, raw 117, Pumpkin 151, purslein (cooked) 67, radish 84, rhubarb 301, spinach cooked 84, raw 50, a la crème 285,  turnip-tops 55, Vitamin A: carrots, pumpkins, sweet potatoes, winter squashes, broccoli*****, spinach, most dark green leafy vegetables (the more intense the colour, the higher the beta carotene (=vitamin A content)

Biotin and pantothenic acid: brocolli and other members of the cabbage**** family

Vitamin C RDA 10 mg : broccoli****, turnip greens and other greens, most other vegetables

Vitamin E: asparagus, corn*, olives, spinach, green leafy vegetables.

Vitamin K (Adh  70-140 mcg) Natural forms are: are K-1 and K-2. K-1 occurs in green plantsAlfalfa (Medicago sativa) Nutritive herb with high mineral and vitamin content including Vit. K and iron; estrogen precursor for menopause; mild diuretic spinach 240 mcg per 100 g, , lettuce 200 mcg, cauliflower*** 150, cabbage**** 100, broccoli**** 100,  potatoes 20, asparagus 21, carrots 15, green leafy vegetables,

Iron: parsley, spinach, alfalfa, radishes,

(s4,s5) Molybdenum: (Adh 150-500 mcg): potatoes 600 mcg per 100 g, cabbage**** 280,  carrots 200

Selenium ( Adh men 85, women 70 mcg): vegetables 1 mcg per 100 mg

Foliumzuur/Folica Acid/ Folate:  Green, leafy vegetables Folic Acid (Adh 0.4 mg): cooked spinach  ½ cup = 118.3 ml=131 mcg/ 33.5%, cooked asparagus 121 mcg/30%,  avocado 75 mcg, raw chopped spinach 54 mcg/ 13,5%,  broccoli**** 52 mcg, corn* 38 mcg,

Magnesium (Adh 270-320 mg) dark leafy vegetables, avocados, seaweed

Copper (Adh 2-3 mg): Dark leafy greens, radishes,avocado’s, beets****, broccoli****, garlic, mushrooms*

Manganese (Adh 2,5-5 mg) vegetables : 250 mcg per 100 g, fresh spinach 0.8 mg per 100g,  turnip greens 0.5, Beet greens 0.4,  Corn*meal 0.2, carrots 0.16, broccoli**** 0.15

Cobalt: green leafy vegetables

(s6)Potassium (Adh 2-5.5 mg): brocolli, leafy green vegetables such as spinach,  lettuce, parsley, tomatoes*

Iodine ( Adh 120-150 mcg): vegetables 32

(s6)Vanadium (15-30 mcg): radishes 79 mcg per 100 grams, Dill 14, carrots 0.01, parsley, dill seed, corn*, mushrooms*,

Silicon: alfalfa, beets****, bell peppers***, leafy green vegetables, bell peppers***

PABA: spinach, mushrooms*, molasses

(s6)Germanium (1.5 mg) (s8) garlic, shitake mushrooms*, (s8)onions

(s6)Chloride(1700-5100 mg): seaweed, tomatoes*, lettuce, celery, olives

Boron (3.25 mg): leafy vegetables, carrots

 

Bioflavonoids:  root vegetables

Calcium: green leafy vegetables, asparagus, kelp, mustard greens, alfalfa, paprika, parsley 

(s6)Chromium: green peppers***, spinach, mushrooms*, potatoes,

(s6)Zinc: seaweed

(s6) lithium: kelp, dulse, seafood

 

 

 (s4, s5, s6) (pp) sea weed

#1 1 serving of seaweed a week: Arame, Kombu, Nuri, Wakame and Dulce #2 2 servings of seaweed a week #3 -4     3 servings of seaweed a week #5 4 servings of seaweed a week weed in the highest alkaline forming category Seaweed of all types are a wonderful blessing to our planet in the present

                                           state of toxic fumes and high electromagnetic force fields and radiation.  All

                                           seaweed have the ability to neutralize the acids and toxins, and to remove

                                           any radiation you may be accumulating (s5).  This can be achieved through

                                           eating any form of seaweed once a week.  This is a product that is very

                                           foreign to most people but is certainly worth pursuing to learn how to

                                           cook.   You may have noticed the prominent position it has in the four

                                           category diets.

By far the most prolific seaweed, Laminaria, (commonly called "kelp") has a local biomass estimated to be in excess of 10 million tonnes. Rich in a whole range of useful constituents and with an exceptionally quick re-growth period, this is a truly renewable resource; an almost infinitely sustainable crop.As it is covered by water most or all of its life, this seaweed spends its time absorbing minerals and vitamins from the seawater around it. It is rich in amino acids (tryptophan, threonine, icoleucine, lysine, methionine, cysline, phenylalanine, tyrosine, valine, arginine, histidine, alanine, aspartic acid, glutamic acid, glycine, proline, serine). Essential nutrients are also present such as Nitrogen, Calcium, Phosphorus, Potassium (s6), Magnesium, Sodium, Sulphur, Alginic acid, Laminaran, Mannitol, Iron, Copper, Manganese (s6), Boron, Zinc (s6) and Iodine. It also contains natural vitamins C, B1, B2, B7 (Niacin) B12, D, E, K, A, Biotin (s4), Selenium and Folic acid. In addition, these species have unique qualities that allow the beneficial ingredients present in their simple cell structure to be easily assimilated when digested by humans and animals.

 

 

(s3,s8)(ww)onions anti-fungal properties

 

(s4, s5, s6, s8)  (xx) nuts and seeds # 5-3 (s8)Pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, almonds   #2 idem + sunflower seeds, safflower seeds, walnuts #1 All nuts almonds, pecans, walnuts, brazil nuts,

                 cashews, sesame seeds., filberts,

                 sunflower seeds except peanuts* (fiber , to increase the absorptive surface area of the fecal material and to hasten the elimination of metabolic by-products)

 All: Avoid:  peanuts* (mold)

 

Calories RDA men/ women 19-22 12200/ 9300 KJ, 22-50 11100/8700 KJ,  50-65 10100/8200 KJ, >65 8800/7800 KJ: Almonds 2473 KJ/100g, sunflowerseeds 2192,  walnuts 2757,

Vitamin A: walnuts

Vitamin B1(=thiamin) RDA 1-1.1 mg : walnuts 0.45 mg per 100g, almonds 0.12, cashews 0.6,

Vitamin B2 : walnuts

Vitamin B3 : all nuts

Vitamin B5 : walnuts

Vitamin B6 : walnuts

Vitamin C : walnuts

Vitamin E:  n uts and seeds, almonds

(s6)Potassium: seeds

Phosphorous: seeds

Iron: seeds

Copper: almonds, nuts, seeds, pecans,

Manganese: seeds, nuts 1700 mcg per 100 g ( daily required: 2500- 5000mcg per day), pecans 3,4 mg per 100 grams, brazil nuts 2.8, almonds 2.5, walnuts 0.8, peanuts* 0,7.

Magnesium (Adh 270-320 mg) almonds, cashews, nuts, seeds

Folic acid ( Adh 0.4 mg) peanuts* 1/3 cup= 75 ml= 117 mcg= 29%, sunflowerseeds 109 mcg/ 27%, trailmix 54 mcg/13%

(s6)Zinc: (Adh 15 mg-20 mg/ 30-50 mg): nuts or seeds Raw, unroasted, unsalted pumpkin seeds are the best food sources of zinc.peanuts*, peanut butter *, seeds, almonds, pistachionuts, hazelnuts, walnuts

Sulphur : almonds

Calcium (Adh 500-1200mg): almonds 250, sesame seeds 1160,

Copper: (2-3 mg, up to 10 mg is safe): nuts

Boron: (3.25 mg) nuts

Ca: walnuts, seeds

S: walnuts

Phosphorous: (Adh 800-1200mg)  nuts, oleaginous seeds,  almonds, walnuts

Cl: walnuts

Cu:walnuts

Fe: walnuts (iron)

Mg: walnuts, seeds

Na: walnuts

Zu: walnuts

Sodium : Almonds

 

 

 

(s4, s5, s6) (qqq) Complex Carbohydrates Vitamin K  #5 + 4 grain, pasta, cereal, bread with no gluten or acid causing qualities such as: amaranth, millet(=gierst) , quinoa (Peruaanse spinasie) or brown rice and potatoes or sweet potatoes, #3 –2 idem + white rice, kamut****, rye****, oats****, kasha, buckwheat*,  Yeast free breads made from rice, kamut****, rye****, millet, oats****, potato, arrowroot #1 Sourdough rye****, any yeast/wheat* free bread or pumpernickel type breads

 

 

#5 1-2 servings a day

#4 1-3 servings a day

#3  4 days out of 7 eat amaranth, millet, quinoa and/or  brown rice  

#2 3-5 servings

#1 4-6 servings

Potatoes are a carbohydrate and a vegetable and are alkaline forming. If

                                           you are suffering from acid indigestion or any of the conditions listed

                                           earlier,  potato juice will help to soak  up the acid.  Potato juice can be

                                           made by putting a washed organic potato in a juicer, or peeling an organic

                                           potato and soaking it in a cup of distilled water overnight.

 

Calories RDA men/ women 19-22 12200/ 9300 KJ, 22-50 11100/8700 KJ,  50-65 10100/8200 KJ, >65 8800/7800 KJ: Biscotti (beschuit) 1636, whole grain biscotti 1536, knakebrod 1067, brown 1600, Matzes 1360, Oatmeal 311 KJ/100g,

Vitamin B1(RDA 1-1.1 mg) : All bran 0.80 mg/100g, Wheat* bran 0.65, Brinta 0.55 ,  corn* flakes 0.2, brown knackebrod 0.3, whole grain biscotti 0.25, Biscotti 0.17, oatmeal 0.07, fortified bread, cereal, pasta, whole grains (especially wheat* germ)

Vitamin B3: enriched breads and cereal

(s4) Biotin and patothenic acid: white and sweet potatoes,   whole-grain cereals

Vitamin C: sweet and white potatoes

Vitamin D: fortified cereals

Vitamin K (ADH 70-140 mcg): wheat* bran 80 mcg per 100 grams

Iron:dried bakers yeast*, nuesli, corn*flakes, puffed rice, wheat* breakfast biscuit,

(s6)Chromium: (ADH 0.05-0.2 mg) : Brewers yeast* 112 mcg, bread wholemeal wheat*: 42 mcg,  rye**** bread 30 mcg, old potatoes 27 mcg,  new potatoes 21 mcg,  spaghetti 15 mcg, , brown rice, whole grains

(s5) Molybdenum (adh 150-500 mcg): potatoes 600 mcg per 100 mg, cereal grains 10-110.

(s6)Selenium ( adh men 85 mcg, women 70) : cereals 20 mcg per 100 g

Folic acid: (adh 0.4 mcg)  1 cup of cereal: 177 mcg=50%,

Phosphorous : (800-1200 mg) Whole-grain breads and cereals contain more phosphorus than refined cereals and breads made from refined flour. However, the phosphorus in whole-grain products is in the form of phytin, a storage form of phosphorus that is not absorbed by humans.

Magnesium (Adh 270-320 mg) whole grains such as brown rice, millet, cereals

Copper (Adh 2-4 mg):  whole grains, potatoes, yeast*, oat

Manganese  (Adh 2.5-5 mg)  : whole grain cereals 700 mcg per 100g, barley 1.8 mg per 100 g, Rye**** 1.3, whole wheat* 1.1, Oats**** 0.5, Oatmeal 0.3,  Corn*meal 0.2, millet 0.2, brown rice 0.14 , whole wheat* bread* 0.14.

(s6)Potassium: (2- 5,5 grams) : potatoes

Iodine (120-150 mcg) :bread and cereals 10

(s6)Vanadium: Wheat* grains 0.6-2 , cereals

Silicon: whole grains, brown rice, whole grain cereals

PABA: whole grains

(s6)Chloride (1700-5100 mg):rye****

Boron (3.25 mg) : grains

Bioflavonoids: Buckwheat*

Calcium: brewers yeast*, oat straw

(s6)Zinc: Oatmeal****

 

Avoid:

#1 Avoid: wheat* (=tarwe) breads, wheat* pastas  and cereals

#2-3: idem+ all yeast* (gist) breads

#4+5 avoid:  idem+ acid and gluten causing grains**** ( e.g. rye****,

            oats****, kamut****, spelt****), all yeast* (=gist) and wheat* (=tarwe)  breads, wheat* pastas .

 

(s4, s5, s6)(jjj) fruit  Only alkaline. Most fruits and vegetables are alkaline.

 Acid fruits:  grapefruit*, orange*, lemon, plums, strawberry, pineapple*, sour cherries, sour apples, lime, kiwi

Sub-acid fruit:  apples, most grapes**, sweet cherries, pears, peaches, mangoes, apricot,  papayas, most berries**

Sweet fruit : bananas**, dates, fresh figs, raisins, all dried fruit.

Melons**: Cantaloupe, honey***dew, watermelon.

Eat fruits alone.  Fruits undergo no digestion in stomach, and mixing them with other food  will slow digestion of fruit and make fermentation possible Fruits need 20 to 30 minutes to pass the stomache,

#1 avoid oranges* , grapefruits*, pineapple* 

# 2 idem + banana’s**, berries**, grapes**

#3 idem+ melons**,

 #4-5 idem

 

#1 1-3 servings of fruit a day

#2 1-2 helpings of fruits a day with the skin peeled or cut off. 

#3 1 serving of fruit once a day

#4 after six weeks of eliminating all fruits and after the condition has improved., 1 serving of fruit once a week

#5 idem

 

Vitamin A: pink grapefruit** , apricots , cantaloupe*

Vitamin B1: (RDA 1-1.1) not very much B1 in fruit: strawberries 0.07 mg per 100 g

Vitamin C: Citrus fruits, strawberries, cantaloupe, most other fruits

Vitamin K1 (Adh 300-500 mcg or 70-140 mcg) strawberries: 13 mcg per 100 g  apples: less than  5 mcg , oranges*  less than 5,

(s4)Iron: prunes, raisins, fruit

(s6)Potassium : fruit

Magnesium : fruit

Calcium :fruit

Phosphorus : fruit

 Zinc( Adh 12-16 mg/ 30-50 mg):coconuts (Other Fruits and vegetables are NOT good sources, because zinc in plant proteins is not as available for use by the body as the zinc from animal protein*****s)

 Manganese :fruit 100 mcg per 100g,

Chromium : (ADH 0.05-0.2mg) Apple peel :27 mcg per 100 g, peeled apple 1 mcg

Selenium: (Adh men 85, women 70 mcg ) fruit:  1 mcg per 100 g

Folic Acid (adh 0.4 mg): orange* juice 1 cup (= 236,59 mg) 109 mcg =27%, papaya 49 mcg/ 112%,

  frozen raspberries 65 mcg= 16%, canned pineapple juice* 58 mcg/ 14 %, orange* sections 49 mcg/ 14%,  citrus fruits and juices

Copper (Adh 2-3 mg): fruit, oranges* ,  dried fruit such as prunes, raisins,

Potassium: (Adh 2-5,5 mg) citrus fruits (such as oranges* ), apples, bananas**, and apricots (dried apricots contain more than fresh apricots).

Iodine (120-150 mcg): fruit 4

Vanadium: Pears 0.01

Silicon: citrus fruits

Boron (3,25 mg): apples, grapes**, pears

Bioflavonoidds: peel of citrusfruits,  black currants, apricots, cherries, grapefruit*, grapes**, lemons, oranges* ,  prunes

Calcium: figs, prunes

Fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS): bananas**

 

 

(vvv) Sweeteners #1 Rice syrup any time in moderation , maple syrup*** or honey*** 3 x a week, #2  once a week, #3 rice syrup once a month, #4-5 rice syrup  once a month after eliminating all sweeteners for 8 weeks ( All:  avoid all refined sugars*) One source says tevia may be used as a sweetener. Avoid completely artificial sweeteners completely, like Aspartame (NutraSweet), saccharin, .... They are very bad for your health. Use Stevia instead. Artificial sweetener

Artificial sweetener

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diabetes

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Comment

Stevia

OK 

OK

low

 

Vegetable Glycerine

OK

 

 

 

Aspartame

bad

bad

 

is not heat stable, do not cook with aspartame !!

Saccharin

 

 

 

The oldest of the artificial sweeteners, saccharin is heat-stable, and may be used for cooking. 

Sorbitol

bad

 

 

Sorbitol has been linked to problems in cognition and digestive disorders

Alanine

 

 

 

 

Acesulfame-K

 

 

 

Other name is Acesulfame-potassium. It is heat-stable, and may be used for cooking. Official website at http://www.sweetone.com/  

FOS

%

%

 

 

sucralose

bad

 

 

Splenda

 

 

 

(s4, s6) (eee) Dairy food* and soy milk and cheese** (protein)  # 5-3 (unsalted) Butter, yogurt , Soy milk & soy cheese**, # 2 idem + rice milk*+ rice cheese**  #1 idem +cottage cheese** and ricotta cheese**.

 

#1-4 avoid all other milk* and cheese** products

 #5 idem + no other soya**** porducts

 

Calories RDA men/ women 19-22 12200/ 9300 KJ, 22-50 11100/8700 KJ,  50-65 10100/8200 KJ, >65 8800/7800 KJ: Cheese : brie 1439 KJ/100g, Boursin 1766,  Gruyere 1820,  Soy milk  159 KJ/100g,   Yogurt 254,

Vitamin A: milk*, cheese**, cream

Vitamin B1 (RDA 1-1.1 mg) : dairy products are not very rich in B1:soymilk  0.09mg per 100 g

Biotin: and pantothenic acid: milk* and milk* products

Vitamin B12: milk* and milk*produkts

Vitamin C: milk* contains a small amount of Vitamin C

Vitamin D: cheese**, butter, margarine*, cream, fortified milk*

Vitamin E: margerine*

Iron: soy milk (mager meer dan vol)

Chromium: (ADH 0.05- 0.2 mg)  cheese** 56 mcg per 100 g, margerine* 18 mcg, butter 13 mcg, dairy products*

Phosphorous:. milk*

Magnesium (Adh 270-320 mg): soy products, milk*, kefir, (yoghurt?),

Potassium (2,5-5 g): soya full fat 1660 mg per 100g, soya low fat 2030 ng per 100 g.

Iodine (120-150 mcg): dairy products 13

Calcium (Adh 500-1200 mg): yoghurt 130 mg per 100 g, milk* 380,  parmesan cheese***, 1220, danish blue * 580, soya full fat 210, soya low fat 240, milk* and dairy foods,buttermilk*,  goat’s milk* ,  whey

 

 

(s4, s5, s6,  s7) (y) lacto acidophilus and bifidus yoghurt  probiotic,  help to restore the normal balance of flora in the body, internally as well as topically.  Many  outstanding results controlling Candida yeast* overgrowth through eliminating sugar* and yeast* from their diets, and by taking more fiber, anti-yeast* supplements, and good acidophilus and bifid Acidophilus products.

 

     acidophilus or bifidus probiotic,  help to restore the normal balance of flora in the body, internally as well as topically. 

 

 to help to restore the normal balance of flora in the

        bowel and vagina.

1. ze produceren B-vitamines en vitamine K Vitamin K is necessary for the formation of prothrombin, needed for blood coagulation, and it helps increase strength of capillaries.  Signs of deficiency include lack of prothrombin, with an increase in the tendency to hemorrhage and a tendency to bleed and bruise easily.
     The natural forms of vitamin K are K-1 and K-2. K-1 occurs in green plants, and K-2 is derived from petrified fish meal.  There is no known toxicity for humans for either of these, whereas the synthetic K-3, menadione, has been found to have possible toxicity in excessive doses.
     Recommended amounts are infants: 12-20 mcg; children: 15-100 mcg; adults: 300-500 mcg.

 

 

2. ze produceren stoffen die de darmen aktief houden

 

3. ze verbeteren de opname van een aantal mineralen zoals calcium

 

4. ze kunnen, wanneer ze voldoende in hun groei gestimuleerd worden, de ongewenste bacteriën afremmen.

 

Zij kunnen onder anderen lactose, glucose galactose en fructose fermenteren. Er worden dan azijnzuur en melkzuur gevormd (verhouding 3:2), zonder de vorming van CO2. Groei treedt op bij pH 6,5 - 7,0. Er treedt geen groei op bij pH waarden onder 5,0 of boven 8,0.

Diets low in nutrients and fiber may contribute to Candida overgrowth

                    as they alter the pH of the G.I. tract. This negatively affects the friendly bacteria that thrive in

                    a narrow pH range, but does not inhibit Candida, which proliferates comfortably in a wider

                    range of pH conditions.

Certain bacteria that reside in the body—such as lactobacillus acidophilus which is also found in natural yogurt—are essential to healthy body functions. These bacteria produce enzymes and assist in the final process of digestion. They also produce important vitamins such as vitamin K and the B vitamins: B-12, thiamin and riboflavin. They have an inhibiting action on the growth of harmful bacteria, thus maintaining healthy intestinal flora.

Probiotica kunnen verschillende functies uitvoeren, zoals

verbeteren van de stoelgang

 

(s5, s6) (ooo) legumes**** (including soy beans**** and tofu**** ) #3 red lentils****, adzuki beans****, mashed tofu****, #2 any beans****, tofu****, lentl or peas****, #1 idem

#3 1-2 servings a week

#2 idem

#1 2-3 servings a week

#4+5 avoid all legumes****

 

Vitamin B1: dried beans****, peas****, soy beans****

Vitamin B3: all legumes**** provide some B3

Biotin and pantothenic acid: all legumes****

Vitamin K (Adh 70-140 mcg) soya****  beans**** 190,  green beans**** 22 mcg per 100g, , peas**** 19

(s5)Molybdenum: (adh 150-500 mcg): leguminous seeds 20-470 mcg per 100g,

Folic acid: (Adh 0.4 mg): cooked lentils**** ½ cup=118.3 ml= 179 mcg/ 45 %, , cooked black beans**** 128 mcg/32 %, cooked white beans**** 123 mcg/ 32%, cooked turnp(koolraap)  greens 86 mcg/ 21%, cooked collard greens 64 mcg/ 16%, peas**** 52 mcg, beans**** and legumes****

Magnesium (Adh 270-320 mg): soy flour, tofu****,  legumes****

Copper (Adh 2-3 mg): beans****, soy beans****, lentils****

(s6)Potassium (Adh 2,5-5 g): peas****, lima beans****

(s6)Vanadium (15-30 mcg): soybeans****, peas****

Bioflavonoids: soybeans****

(s6)Chromium: dried beans****

 

 

(s6) (www) eggs****** (protein)   #1 1-4 aweek, #2 1-3, #3 +4 1-2 (in baking e.g. muffins, pancakes, waffles),  #5 avoid all animal protein*****.

                                                    Raw eggs contain substance called avidin that interferes with absorption of biotin. Boiled eggs

                                                                   do not have this problem. Eggs are a common allergen

 

Calories RDA men/ women 19-22 12200/ 9300 KJ, 22-50 11100/8700 KJ,  50-65 10100/8200 KJ, >65 8800/7800 KJ: cooked 623, yolk: 1510, eggwhite 184.

Vitamin B3

Vitamin B12

Biotin and pantothenic  acid

sulphur , zinc,

chromium: ( ADH 0.05- 0.2 mg) yolk 183 mcg per 100g, white 8 mcg

Iodine (120-150 mcg): eggs 26

 

 

 

(s4, s6)(iii) fish and meat*****  (protein) #5 avoid all animal protein*****   #4  Fish for the non vegetarians # 3  chicken, turkey or fish for the non vegetarians

  #2 of poultry or fish for the non vegetarians #1  poultry, lamb or fish for the non-vegetarians

 

#1  4oz per day

#2 4oz every other day

#3 4oz  2 or 3 times a week

#4  n 4 oz servings  twice a week 

 

 

#1 avoid avoid all fast foods*, beef*, pork*, shellfish*,

#2-3 idem + red meat**

#4 idem + soya**** products

#5 idem +avoid all animal protein*****,

 

Vitamin A: liver******, kidney*****, cod*, halibut fish oil*.

Vitamin B1(RDA 1-1.1) : lean meat***** (especially pork*), fish, baked fishsticks 0.88 mg/100g, snails 0.26

Vitamin B3: poultry, fish, lean meat*****s,

Vitamin B12: meat*****, poultry, shellfish*

(s4)Biotin  and pantothenic acid: fish, lean beef*.

Vitamin C: Fish  contains a small amount of Vitamin C

Vitamin D: fish, oysters*

Vitamin K2 is in petrified fish meal

Iron: boiled soya****, boiled mussels,

Manganese: meat***** 20 mcg per 100 g, poultry 20 mcg, fish and seafood 5 mcg

(s6)Chromium: (ADH 0.05- 0.2 mg):liver***** 55 mcg, calf liver***** , dried liver*****, oysters* 26 mcg , beef**, chicken,

Selenium:  (Adh men 85 mcg, women 70) : seafood 100 mcg per 100 g, 0rgan meat*****s 20, muscle meat*****s 20.

Folic acid (Adh 0.4 mg) simmered chicken liver***** ¼ cup= 59,15 ml= 269 mcg= 67%, cooked beef* liver***** 162 mcg/ 40%, poultry, pork*, shellfish*

(s6)Zinc(Adh 12-16 mg/ 30 50 mg): High-protein foods contain high amounts of zinc. Beef*, pork*, and lamb contain more zinc than fish. The dark meat***** of a chicken has more zinc than the light meat*****.
Phosphorous: the protein food groups of meat***** and milk*. A meal plan that provides adequate amounts of calcium and protein also provides an adequate amount of phosphorus.
Copper (Adh 2-3 mg):  oysters*, shellfish*, liver*****, kidney*****, organ meat*****s

Sulphur : shellfish*, organ meat*****s, boiled chicken

(s6)Potassium: (Adh 2-5,5 mg) salmon, cod, flounder, and sardines are good sources. Various other types of meat*****s also contain potassium

Iodine (120-150 mcg ): seafood 66,  meat***** 26                    

(s6)Vanadium (15 mcg-30 mcg) : fish 0.2-1, meat***** 0.2-1, liver***** 0.2-1

PABA: kidney*****, liver*****

Calcium (500-1200-mg): seafood, especially: sardines 460, salmon (with bones)

(s6)Lithium: seafood

 

 

 

 

cooking + salad oils ,

 

(s4,s6) (uuu)Vegetable Oils   #5 (s3) Olive, Hemp, (s4)Flax (cannot be heated), # 3-4 idem + Sesame and Almond, #1-2 idem + Safflower, Sunflower Flaxseed may slow down the absorption of oral medications or other

          nutrients if taken at the same time. Talk to your health care provider before

          taking flaxseed if you regularly take any prescription or over-the-counter

          medications.

 

 

(s4) olive oil (aaa)  defence two teaspoons of olive oil taken three times daily, as a source of oleic acid.

Olive Oil

  can prevent conversion of Candida Albicans from yeast* to fungus form.

 

(s4)Vitamin B: Wheat*germ oil

(s4)vitamine E : Tarwekiem olie tegen hart en vaat ziekten, zeer rijk aan vitamine E,  mais olie, zonnebloem olie, soya**** olie, cottonseed oil

(s6)Vitamin K (Adh 70-140 mcg): wheat*germ 37 mcg per 100g

(s6)manganese: 180 mcg per 100g

 

 

(s4) (bb)lijnzaadolie Flaxseed Oil,  Important in healing and preventing the fungus from destroying cells

 helps regulate fat metabolism, inflammatory response, hormones, as well as the cardiovascular, immune and central nervous systems Flaxseed may slow down the absorption of oral medications or other

          nutrients if taken at the same time. Talk to your health care provider before

          taking flaxseed if you regularly take any prescription or over-the-counter

          medications.

Flax

   Available as seed or as oil . Contains Essential Fatty Acids (EFA) omega-3 and omega-6. The flax seed also contains dietary fiber (both soluble and insoluble), and must be ground before consumption. Flax thins the blood, increases oxygen transport,  absorb excess acid, increase the frequency of bowel movements (helps constipation), can be used as  a cholesterol-lowering and anti-cancer agent.

 

drinks/ herbs / spices,

 

(s3, s4,s5,s6, s7, s8) (z) kefir (kills fungus , helps immunesystem,  helps digestive system , replaces intestinal flora with friendly bacteria)

 digests yeast* cells and has a beneficial

     effect on the intestinal flora". Because kefir also

offers an abundance of calcium and magnesium, which are also important

minerals  for a healthy nervous system, kefir in the diet can have a

particularly profound calming  effect on the nerves. Kefir's ample supply of

phosphorus, the second most abundant mineral in our bodies, helps utilize

carbohydrates, fats, and proteins for cell growth, maintenance and energy.

Kefir is rich in Vitamin B1, B12, calcium, amino acids, folic acid and

Vitamin K.  It is an excellent source of biotin, a B Vitamin that aids the

body's assimilation of other B Vitamins, such as folic acid, pantothenic

acid, and B12. Biotin is a B Vitamin which when ingested stops yeast* from being converted to the fungal state. This is very important therapy because once yeast* is converted to the fungal state, it forms tendrils which poke holes in the intestines allowing toxins to enter the bloodstream

Kefirís friendly cultures also produce specific antibiotic substances,

     which can control undesirable microorganisms and act as an

     anti-carcinogenic factor.

     Kefir culture produces a series of natural proteins and protein

     fragments, called peptides, that may have an inhibitory effect on less

     desirable bacteria.

 

 

 

 (s3,s,s5,s6,s7)(rrr)       Beverages containing no sugar*

#5 Water and lemon, Pau d’Arco tea, Twig tea, Bachu tea. #4idem + Herbal teas (except mint and chamomile), jasmine tea#3 green tea, dandelion coffee***, apple juice, cranberry juice (diluted with water)#2 fruit juices diluted 50% with water, Coffee*** once a day (optional)#1 Water, Herbal teas, jasmine tea, DX tea, green tea, Dandelion coffee***, fruit juices diluted 50% with water,  up to 2 cups of regular coffee*** a day (optional)

     Alcoholic beverage**1 x week (optional) Vodka is the alcoholic beverage**that will cause the least harm. Others are either sweet or fermented.

 

Caffeine can kill up to 75% of the friendly bacteria in the colon per cup of coffee*** or tea. The same goes for decaffeinated. It takes the body approximately five

hours to replace that flora depending on the diet and the balance of the body at the time. Tea, coffee***, soft drinks (like Coke) contain significant amount of caffeine.

 

Iron: soya****, prune juice

Fresh fruitjuices (zie under fruits which is best for which function)

 

 

(s5)(rr) lemonwater Lemon water helps through

                   dieoff. (helps with detox , see step 5 p.28. Lemon water before

                   meals.                                           Special foods are lemons and limes because they have the ability to

                                           neutralize acid and also bring the body into perfect PH balance.

 

 

(s3,s4, s5,s6,s7) (ss) Vegetable juices fi carrot, ginger  Avoid beets****, broccoli****, brussel sprouts***, cabbage****, cauliflower***, eggplant***, kale**** and all types of peppers***

(s3,s4,s6,s7)ginger juice

(s5,s6) carrotjuice

(s5)asparagus juice (basically, juices from all healthy vegetables)

(s5, s8) fennel juice

 

 

(s3,s4,s5,s6) (bbb) green tea(camellia sinensis).  It is thought that 3-4 cups a day is the best amount to take in and give the best results. Be careful of the caffiene if you're sensitive and get the decaf if you are drinking that much. Also becareful of how you brew it. If you steep it to long you will reduce the potency of your tea Researchers have found that although both teas  (black and green) have strong antioxidants (they remove waste from the cells), the green tea is the more potent. Green tea is full of a potent bioflavonoid (just like oranges* ) called polyphenols. The strongest being EGCG or in particular (for those that just need to know) Epigallocatechin Gallate (phew). Research has discovered that this EGCG is 200 times stronger than Vitamin E. It is therefore more adept at capturing and neutralizing free radicals and oxidants that can create the waste that can damage the cells.
 

(s3,s4,s5,s6,s7,s8)  (ppp) Herbal teas  # 5Pau d’Arco tea, Twig tea, Bachu tea #4 idem + Herbal teas (except mint and chamomile), jasmine tea, DX tea#3 +2 idem + green tea and  dandelion coffee#1 Herbal teas, jasmine tea, DX tea, green tea, Dandelion coffee***Nettle Leaf (Urtica diocia) Nutritive herb, specific for childhood and nervous eczema. Rich in iron, silica and potassium. For anemia. Diuretic; galactagogue; anti-histamine for hayfever and allergies

(s6)Iron : Licorice, nettle

(s6)Silica; nettle tea

 

(s3)Chamomile : een aftreksel hiervan is goed voor jeukende ogen. antifungal properties.

 

German Chamomile

Chamomilla recutita

Nervine, antispasmodic, carminative, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, bitter, vulnerary

Reduces inflammation, relieves spasm, counteracts flatulence and the pain resulting from it, relieves indigestion, diarrhea, travel sickness, treats irritable bowel syndrome

essential oils (alpha-bisabolol, matricin), bioflavinoids (appigenin, luteolin, quercetin)

Asteraceae

 

(s3)Birch
(Betula alba)
Parts Used: Leaf, Bark, Twigs
The leaves have antibacterial  properties. It has been used to treat gout & rheumatism & to dissolve kidney stones. Birch twigs & leaves are simmered then added to the bath for dry itchy skin conditions.  The bark and bud oil are used in medicated soaps. Warning: The fresh leaves must not be used after Midsummer, they produce a natural insecticide in hot weather.

 

(s6)Potassium: nettle

 

(s3) Calendula Flower (Calendula officinalis, goudsbloem, marigold tea (goudsbloem thee)) Anti-inflammatory; astringent; styptic; anti-fungal; emmenagogue; cholagogue; topically for wounds, ulcers, burns,abscesses.

 

(s3)cinnamon tea antifungal

(s3) Yarrow

(Achillea Millefolium) Duizendblad For centuries Yarrow has been used to stop bleeding both internally and externally. Yarrow, a member of the sunflower family, contains an alkaloid principle called achillein, as well as some tannin and fairly high amounts of selenium, potassium, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin F, and vitamin K.

Having a variety of effects on the body, Yarrow is known to alleviate inflammation, reduce fevers, stimulate the appetite and encourage sweating, expelling toxins from the body.

Yarrow's astringent properties are especially helpful in stopping nosebleeds, excessive menstruation and diarrhea. Yarrow is also known for relieving muscle spasms, arthritis, and easing digestion. Diaphoretic, hypotensive, astringent, anti-inflammatory, diuretic, antimicrobial, emmenagogue, peripheral vasodilator

Helps the body deal with fevers, lowers blood pressure, stimulates digestion, tones blood vessels, treats cystitis, thrombotic conditions associated with hypertension, heals wounds (external) essential oil, ([alpha]- and [beta]-pinenes, borneol, camphor, eugenol, thujone), sesquiterpene lactones, azulenes

 

(s3)  Lemon Balm, Citroenmelisse

Lemon Balm (aerial parts)

Melissa officinalis

Antimicrobial, antispasmodic (muscles), antiviral, carminative, diaphoretic, emmenagogue, febrifuge, sedative, stomachic

Treats cold and flu symptoms, depression, dyspepsia, flatulence, herpes (topically), insomnia, irritable bowel syndrome, migraines, neuralgia, neurasthenia, restlessness

essential oil (geranial, neral), polyphenols (caffeic acid), tannin, flavonoids, triterpenoids, glucosides

LEMON BALM(Melissa officinalis)- nerve relaxant; for depression; calming;
for spasms digestive stimulant; relieves indigestion;

Citroen melisse LEMON BALM is an herb which contains one of the most powerful candida killing substances.

 

 

(s3, s5) Golden rod (guldenroede) Goldenrod (Solidago virgaurea). Commission E, the group of botanical medicine experts that advises the German government about herbs, approves using anti-inflammatory goldenrod (ester saponins) are active against candida organisms. This herb can be used as an astringent beverage tea, and you can also use the tea as a douche The ability of goldenrod to flush water from the body, combined with its anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties, makes it useful for a wide range of conditions including:

Topical applications may aid in wound healing and skin conditions such as eczema. Goldenrod may also be used as a gargle for laryngitis or sore throats. Golden Rod exhibits anti-catarrhal, anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, astringent, diaphoretic, carminative, and diuretic properties. Golden Rod is perhaps the first plant to think of for upper respiratory catarrh, whether acute or chronic. It may also be used in combination with other herbs in the treatment of influenza.

The carminative properties of Golden Rod reveal a role in the treatment of flatulent dyspepsia. As an anti-inflammatory urinary antiseptic, Golden Rod may be used in cystitis, urethritis, and the like. It can also be used to promote the healing of wounds.

As a gargle, Golden Rod can be used in laryngitis and pharyngitis. Priest & Priest tell us that it is a "stimulating and slightly astringent tonic….antiseptic to the mucous membranes. Golden Rod is a specific for putrescent conditions. Suitable for bronchial disease in the elderly. Promotes renal excretion of fluid where micturation is scanty." They give the following specific indications for this herb: influenza, repeated colds, catarrhal bronchitis with purulent expectoration, putrescent tonsillitis, and naso-pharyngeal catarrh with sneezing and excessive mucus.

For upper respiratory catarrh, use Golden Rod with Eyebright, Elder, Echinacea and Wild Indigo.

Actions: Anti-catarrhal, anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, astringent, diaphoretic, carminative, diuretic. Golden Rod is perhaps the first plant to think of for upper respiratory catarrh, whether acute or chronic. It may be used in combination with other herbs in the treatment of influenza. The carminative properties reveal a role in the treatment of flatulent dyspepsia. As an anti-inflammatory urinary antiseptic, Golden Rod may be used in cystitis, urethritis and the like. It can be used to promote the healing of wounds. As a gargle it can be used in laryngitis and pharyngitis. Priest & Priest tell us that it is a "stimulating and slightly astringent tonic antiseptic to the mucous membranes. Specific for putrescent conditions. Suitable for bronchial disease in the elderly. Promotes renal excretion of fluid where micturation is scanty." They give the following specific indications: influenza, repeated colds, catarrhal bronchitis with purulent expectoration, putrescent tonsillitis, naso-pharyngeal catarrh with sneezing and excessive mucus. Combinations: For upper respiratory catarrh it may be used with Eyebright, Elder, Echinacea and Wild Indigo.

 

 

 

 

(s3) (ttt) lavender tea ***** (except #5)antifungal

 

(s3, s4,s6,s7) gingertea

(s3, s8)(ccc) clove tea contains an antibacterial and antifungal agent

(s3, s8)(hh) sage tea Sage (Salvia officinalis). Sage contains a mixture of

                        anti-candida compounds.   

 

(s3, s4, s5, s6, s7,  s8) lapacho tea (t) (also known as pau d’arco  or taheebo) contains an antibacterial, anti parasitic and antifungal agent, alkaloid base, Pau-d'arco contains

                        the anti-yeast* compounds lapachol and beta-lapachone, according to

                        Dr. Murray, Dr. Pizzorno and other researchers. Lapachol is the

                        weaker of the two, but its anti-yeast* action is still comparable to that

                        of the prescription anti-yeast* medication ketaconazole (Nizoral). To make pau d'arco tea, boil 1 quart of distilled water with 2 tablespoons of herb for 5

        minutes. Cool and store it in the refrigerator with the tea leaves in. Strain before drinking, if

        needed. Drink 3 to 6 cups daily. Resistant

        strains of candida develop rapidly due to genetic mutation. Rotating treatment programs is

        beneficial. (maitake or clovetea)

 

 

(s3, s4,s5,s6) green tea (bbb) (camellia sinensis).  It is thought that 3-4 cups a day is the best amount to take in and give the best results. Be careful of the caffiene if you're sensitive and get the decaf if you are drinking that much. Also be careful of how you brew it. If you steep it to long you will reduce the potency of your tea Researchers have found that although both teas  (black and green) have strong antioxidants (they remove waste from the cells), the green tea is the more potent. Green tea is full of a potent bioflavonoid (just like oranges* ) called polyphenols. The strongest being EGCG or in particular (for those that just need to know) Epigallocatechin Gallate (phew). Research has discovered that this EGCG is 200 times stronger than Vitamin E. It is therefore more adept at capturing and neutralizing free radicals and oxidants that can create the waste that can damage the cells.
 

(s5, s6) Hawthorn tea. Meidoorn blad met bloemen

  Craetagus laevigata (= crataegus oxyacantha,  tweestijlige meidoorn), Craetagus monogyna (eenstijlige meidoorn), evenals bastaarden.

Rozenfamilie (rosaceae)

 Herkomst van de naam:

Kratys (Grieks) = hart, sterk; oxys = scherp, spits; acantha = stekel, doorn. Naar de eigenschappen van de struik. Meidoorn is doornige struik met witte bloemen, in het Duits ook Weisdorn. Gebruik: Ouderdomshart, lichte hartzwakte en achteruitgaande prestatie van het hart, wanneer de persoon snel uitgeput en vermoeid raakt, en bij belasting klaagt over ademnood en aan waterophopingen in het weefsel lijd. Ook bij druk en beklemmend gevoel in de hartstreek. Aanvullend voor conditietraining bij ouderen en voor ongewone lichamelijke inspanning.

 Werking:

Het hart wordt ondersteund en ontlast, hartactiviteit en hartprestatie nemen toe. De functie van hart en bloedsomloop worden geharmoniseerd. Lichamelijke prestatievermogen en belastbaarheid worden verbeterd. De werking vindt pas plaats na langer gebruik.

This herb dilates coronary vessels, lowers blood pressure and reduces lipid levels. Cardiac Activity: Hawthorn extracts prepared from leaves and flowers were investigated for their effects on contraction, energy turnover, and the apparent refractory period in isolated cardiac myocytes from an adult rat heart. The hawthorn extract exhibited a positive inotropic effect accompanied by a moderate increase of oxygen consumption.22 This research compared the hawthorn extract with other known positive inotropic drugs, such as the beta-adrenergic agonist isoprenaline or the cardiac glycoside ouabain (gamma-strophantin); the effects of the hawthorn extract were significantly more economical with respect to the energy of the myocytes. Furthermore, the extract prolonged the apparent refractory period in the presence and absence of isoprenaline, which was indicative of an antiarrhythmic action as well.
In a study utilizing hawthorn and other herbs,
87% of treated subjects had lower total serum cholesterol. Dosage and Toxicity
No toxicity has been directly related to Crataegus preparations. The acute parenteral toxicity (LD50), tested in different animals, was found in a range of 18–34 mL/kg, with that of individual constituents ranging from 50-2,600 mg/kg. The acute oral toxicity was reported to be in a range of 18.5–33.8 mL/kg and 6 g/kg, respectively.44 In humans, therapeutic doses of hawthorn did not have adverse effects. However, drug interactions are likely with other cardiovascular agents, generating unwanted synergetic effects. Hawthorn can potentiate cardiac glycoside action of digitalis (or other related drugs, such as digitoxin, digoxin, or gitalin). One of the most widely used herbal remedies for the heart. Used as a tonic, and to help in conditions such as angina, benign palpitations, arteriosclerosis, and mild hypertension.
Side effects: Seek medical advice before taking with other medicines, and if pregnant or nursing.  Patients who take these drugs should consult with a medical professional before taking hawthorn.45 In Europe, Crataegus extract gained full recognition in the treatment of age-related degenerative heart diseases.


(s5) Lady’s mantle, Vrouwenmantel

Lady's Mantle (aerial parts)

Alchemilla vulgaris L.

Astringent, demulcent (urinary), diuretic, anti-inflammatory, emmenagogue, vulnerary, uterine tonic

Relieves intestinal colic, diarrhea, dysmenorrhea, incontinence, menorrhagia, menopause symptoms

ranunculin, saponins, tannins

Rosaceae

 

 

(s5) Agrimony

Agrimony (aerial parts)

Agrimonia eupatoria L.

Astringent, cholagogue, anti-hemorrhagic (systemic), bitter tonic, diuretic, vulnerary, antispasmodic, carminative, hepatic

Treats anorexia, diarrhea, hypochlorhydria, intestinal bleeding

tannins, coumarins, flavones including luteolin, apigenin and quercetin, glycosidal bitters

Rosaceae

Northern Europe

 

 

(s5, s8) fennel tea/ venkel thee High Blood Sugar Formula

(s5) Fenugreek seed, Fenegriek,  Trigonella foenum-graecum Hu Lu Ba Chinese Herb -  expectorant, demulcent, tonic, galactagogue; fistulas and tumours (esp. liver and uterine cervix), increases breast milk, disperses cold, relieves pain (esp. in testis); diabetes, hernia; pungent, bitter, very warm;. KI. High Blood Pressure High Blood Sugar Formula : Expectorant, demulcent, vulnerary, anti-inflammatory, anti-spasmodic, tonic, emmenagogue, galactogogue, hypotensive. Its limited use in Britain demonstrates its value as a vulnerary, healing and reducing inflammation in conditions such as wounds, boils, sores, fistulas and tumors. It can be taken to help bronchitis and gargled to ease sore throats. Its bitterness explains its role in soothing disturbed digestion. It is a strong stimulator of milk production in mothers, for which it is perfectly safe, and has a reputation of stimulating development of the breasts.

 

 

 

 

 

(s5) paardenbloem thee/ dandelion tea Paardenbloem (Taraxacum officinalis) werkt bloedzuiverend, reinigend en aansterkend. Het is een kruid voor bij de voorjaarsreiniging.

(s5, s6) nettle tea Brandnetel   (Urtica dioica) is sterk bloedreinigend en werkt ook op de nieren. Het is goed te gebruiken bij de voorjaarsreiniging.
 

(s5,s6) Horsetail Heermoes :

HorsetailLatin name: Equisetum arvenseActive substances: Silica, magnesium, potassium, flavoglucosidesMedicinal uses

 

 tegen zweten Toepassingen

- Versterking van bindweefsel, nagels, huid en beenderen

Bevordering van synthese van collageen, waardoor bot en bindweefsel groei gestimuleerd wordt

remt het verouderingsproces van spieren en gewrichten af. Bij rugklachten is een bad met enkele verse planten zeer doeltreffend.

is met name een plant die van oudsher befaamd is voor zijn resistentie-verhogende eigenschappen ter hoogte van het bindweefsel. Daardoor remt het zo goed het verouderingsproces af in de spieren en rond de gewrichten. Het wordt al eeuwenlang met succes gebruikt door oudere mensen met een broos beendergestel en na breuken. Omdat het de elastische weefsels zo goed in vorm en gezond houdt, is Heermoes ook aangewezen tegen sinaasappelhuid. Bovendien bevordert het een normale cholesterolspiegel en werkt het suikerverlagend.

Drieweekse kuur.

(s5,s6) Driekleurig viooltje : (Viola tricolor) of bosviooltje ), or Wild Pansy, Common Name: HEARTEASE, JOHNNY-JUMP-UP  Family: violaceae Used for the relief of catarrh and chest congestion and regarded as one of the best children's remedies. Also much used in mixtures. Is het kruid van de toekomst. Helpt tegen allergieën en hooikoorts. eczeem, psoriasis, luiereczeem, douwworm, impetigo (huidinfectie), acné. ,: verse zijn erg lekker in de kruidenthee (blad en bloem). De bloemen geven een delicaat aroma aan vruchten- en alle andere salades. Heeft de naam ontspannend en reinigend te werken, goed te zijn voor het lympfesysteem. (Meerjarig.) Heeft een reinigende werking en verhoogt het afscheiden van afvalstoffen door de nieren en de huid. Het wordt gebruikt tegen huiduitslag, vooral bij kinderen. For medicinal use, the whole herb is collected in the wild state, and then dried. The herb contains an active chemical principle, Violine (a substance similar to Emetin, having an emeto-cathartic action), mucilage, resin, sugar, salicylic acid and a bitter principle. Heartsease was formerly in much repute as a remedy for epilepsy, asthma and numerous other complaints, and the flowers were considered cordial and good in diseases of the heart, from which may have arisen its popular name of "Heartsease" as much as from belief in it as a love potion. A strong decoction of syrup of the herb and flowers was recommended by the older herbalists for skin diseases and a homeopathic medicinal tincture is still made from it with spirits of wine, using the entire plant, and given in small diluted doses for the cure of cutaneous eruptions. Recent reports on Heartsease or Wild Pansy which contains saponins, describe its benefits for skin conditions when taken internally a tea and when used externally as a compress. This herb, also highly mucilaginous, has historically been used for boils and for swellings.   Expectorant, Demulcent, Mucilaginous, Purgative, Emetic, Epilepsy, Asthma, Ague, Heart & Coronary Problems, Complaints & Diseases, Ague-Especially in Children & Infants where Convulsions are as with Falling Sickness, Inflammation of the Lungs & Chest, Scabs, Itching, Ulcers, Skin Diseases, Cutaneous Eruptions, Eczema, Bronchitis, Scald head in Children, Weeping Eczema, Cooling Herb, Laxative, Diuretic, Lowers Fever, Cleanses Toxins, Expectorant, Reduces Inflammation, Relieves Pain, Promotes Healing, Whooping Cough, Rheumatism, Skin Complaints, Urinary Complaints, Capillary fragility, Auto-Immune Disease, Varicose Ulcers, Crusta Lactates (Cutaneous).

 

 (s5,s6) Klein hoefblad Coltsfoot (Tussilago farfara): soothes coughs and colds; expectorant; stimulates the immune system.

http://www.healthsalon.com/glossary.htm#a

COLTSFOOT HERB
Tussilago farfara (klein hoefblad)

Bronchitis. Laryngitis. Whooping cough. Asthma. Emphysema. Irritating cough.
Specific: Chronic spasmodic bronchial cough.
AVOID: Alcoholism. Liver disease.
CAUTION: Current medical controversy about possible damage to liver with excessive or prolonged dosage. Do not take for more than 2 weeks as a time.

 

http://www.blessedherbs.com/usesac.html

                                              

 



 


 

 

(s7, s8) Kombucha (u)

     Provided that your batch is not contaminated with mold, there is nothing in Kombucha that can harm you. It is true that

     certain people may have a sensitivity to it, but that can be alleviated by reducing the dose. So that is about it. Nothing

     mystical! Nothing magical! and nothing harmful.

The Schizosacharomycodes, that is in the Kombucha culture, is a yeast* that is not in the family of

     candida, so it can be actually antagonistic to the troublesome yeast* that infects so many people.

Kombucha is likely to be very beneficial for the following reason. Candida albicans is a yeast* which competes with your

     bowel microflora and produces nothing in the way of benefit to the host organism. It occupies the body's defenses which

     have to be mobilized to oppose it. While this is going on your immune system can not effectively deal with other infections.

     Kombucha, on the other hand, is a community of microorganisms that do have a beneficial effect on the host, namely by

     producing glucuronic acid. The yeast*s in Kombucha compete with the candida yeast*s and gradually replace them. They

     reproduce vegitatively or by fission rather than by producing spores. This means that instead of having an enemy inside you,

     you have a friend.

 

 

 

 

         

 

 

 

 

 

(s8) jasmine tea fights amoeba

 

(s6)(zzz) Cocoa powder zinc,   copper .  2 to 3 milligrams copper per day for adults is considered to be safe and adequate. (It is assumed that up to an occasional 10 milligrams per day is safe for adults.) Cocao powder has 7 mg of Copper per 100 grams

Zinc: Adh 15-20  mg  for meat***** eaters, 30-50 mg for vegetarians:  Cocao powder  has 7 mg of zinc per 100 grams

 Iron: 5 mg per 100 g

potassium, magnesium, calcium, phosphorus, iron, zinc, copper, manganese

Magnesium (Adh 270-320 mg): 520 mg per 100 grams

Potassium:  (Adh 2,5-5 g) : 1500 mg per 100g

Calcium (Adh 500-1200mg): 130

Calories RDA men/ women 19-22 12200/ 9300 KJ, 22-50 11100/8700 KJ,  50-65 10100/8200 KJ, >65 8800/7800 KJ: 1305 KJ/100g

 

(s4) (aa) cranberry juice* #1-3. (unsweetened, diluted with water 50%)  Arbutin, a compound

                        found in cranberries (and bearberries and blueberries), helps treat

                        candida infections , appearing to prevent bacteria from attaching to the lining of the bladder and the urethra Naturopaths suggest drinking 17 ounces of cranberry juice a day to treat UTI's

(#4-5 cranberry juice neither required nor avoided)

 

 

 

 

 

         

 

 

 

 

essential oils

(s3)(v)tea tree oil tea tree oil is an effective antiseptic, active

                      against many bacteria and fungi, including some that are resistant to

                      antibiotics.1,2 It also possesses a penetrating quality that may make it

                      particularly useful for treating infected wounds. However, it is probably not

                      effective as an oral antibiotic.

 Tea tree oil is helpful in treating topical outbreaks of Candida. It is most useful for hard to

                    treat outbreaks such those occurring vaginally or on the feet.

 

(s3, s8)(x) oregano oil Spice oils are often good fungus fighters, but oregano is king. It kills Candida on contact both

                    internally and topically. As well, it boosts the immune system to help the body fight Candida,

                    parasites and other infections.

         Oregano

                          is a pungent herb of the mint family. Contains a variety of antifungal substances and is recommended for Candida patients to

                                                               spice their food with it. Oregano is an herb of the mint family which has exhibited phenomenal anti-yeast* properties. An article in the Journal for Applied Nutrition in 1995 (47:96-101) presented scientific studies showing its effectiveness. Dr. Jonathon Wright, M.D. of Kent Washington uses Oregano in his practice and finds it as effective as Nystatin.

. However, the scientific foundation for the use of these

                      treatments is weak, and the appropriate dosage of each has not been

                      determined. Some of these treatments may be toxic if taken to excess or

                      for prolonged periods.

(s3,s8) sage oil

(s3)(dd) pepermintoil Test tube studies have found antifungal properties from numerous other

                      herbs, including the tropical tree Tabeuia avellanedae,16 garlic extracts,

                      17,18,19 the plant alkaloid berberine sulfate,20 and essential oils of various

                      plants, including cinnamon, eucalyptus, lemongrass, palmarosa, and

                      peppermint.21,22,23 However, it is a long way from such studies to proof of

                      safety and effectiveness in people. or peppermint oil (2 drops in a small glass of water) may help.

(s3,s4)

Camphor (oil distilled from bark and leaves)

Cinnamomum camphora

Stimulant, diaphoretic, insecticide, vulnerary, antiseptic

Eases muscle aches, asthma and coughing due to colds and flu, used as an insect repellent

2-boranone

Lauraceae

China, Japan

 

(s3)(ff) lavender oil Agents that may reduce the amount of yeast* in the body

(s3, s8)(gg)red thyme (oil) Agents that may reduce the amount of yeast* in the body

 

(s3)(mm)cinnamon, antifungal properties CINNAMON is an antiseptic and anti viral because of its antiseptic property. It is useful in fungal infection.
 

(s3)(nn)eucalyptus, antifungal properties

(s3)(oo)lemongrass, antifungal properties

(s3)(ii)palmarosa  antifungal properties

(s3,s4,s6,s8) ginger oil antifungal properties

 

supplements

 

(s3) Calendula Flower / Calendula oil (Calendula officinalis, goudsbloem, marigold) Anti-inflammatory; astringent; styptic; anti-fungal; emmenagogue; cholagogue; topically for wounds, ulcers, burns,abscesses

 

 

 (s3,s8)(j)knoflook garlic is believed to provide many of its antimicrobial benefits. It is formed

                          when bulb is crushed. However, it is very unstable, and there are many garlic supplements that do not have the advertised

                          amounth of allicin. Garlic is one of the richest food sources of germanium. Parsley and/or fennel can be taken to reduce the

                                                           strong odor associated with its use. GARLIC is shown to be an effective anti-microbial and anti-viral agent. It has been found to kill resistant germs.
 

 

(s3)(i)Beehealth

Propolis is a truly remarkable substance. It is the sticky substance that covers the young buds on trees, combined with bee secretions. It has been found to have antibacterial, antiviral, and antifungicidal activity, and even enhances the immune response. It has very powerful anesthetic properties which are superior to cocaine, without side effects. The human body does not develop tolerance to its effectiveness!

 

(s3,s8)(ll) grapefruit*seed extract

Voor de behandeling van chronische Candida infecties worden allerlei (soms exotische) middelen aangeraden. Een aantal ervan zijn huis-tuin-en-keuken middelen: verse knoflook (dat bevat de werkzame component allicine), grapefruitzaad   extract (met name voor de behandeling van spruw), oregano olie (bevat een verscheidenheid aan antischimmel eigenschappen) en tanalbit (een antischimmelmiddel dat zonder recept verkregen kan worden en dat wordt gewonnen uit natuurlijke tanninen die in thee voorkomen) (Internet pagina' s 2, 4 en 5).

Grapefruit seed extract - As directed on label. Always dilute before use - Rids the

        body of potentially harmful microorganisms. Some of these treatments may be toxic if taken to excess or

                      for prolonged periods.

 

Orthisept grapefruitzaad   extract min 29 % citrusfenolen: 150 mg

Knoflook 100 mg

Zink (citraat) 10 mg= 67% Adh

Magnesium (aminozuur gebonden) 20 mg= 7% Adh

Selenium (menthionaat) 50 mcg

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(s3)(yyy)

Aloe vera

 is a bitter herb used for GI problems, and sometimes is recommended as AF. Experience with Aloe vera as AF is usually not positive and Aloe vera can aggravate LGS. (= leaky gut syndrome)

 

Aloe vera


It has been famous for its beneficial and curative properties since ancient times. The sap when dried to powder makes a purgative and expellent of intestinal worms. The fresh leaves can be split to expose the juice and then rubbed on the skin for sunburn and other minor burns, piles, hemorrhoids, wrinkles, insect bites, skin irritations, and minor cuts and scratches. The fresh juice is also said to help heal wounds by preventing or drawing out infection. Also used to promote menstruation. A tea made from the dried juice makes a good wash for wounds and for the eyes.Action: aperient, carminative, colon cleanser, emollient, expellent, purgative, stomach soother, stool softener, topical, vulnerary Used to Treat: asthma, burns, cancer (stomach), congestion, cough, cuts, eczema, excrescence, fever, gonorrhea, headache, hemorrhoids, insect bites, intestinal worms, mouth sores, nausea, piles, pregnancy, pyorrhea, skin irritation, sores, stomach ache, sunburn, swelling, tuberculosis, worms, wounds, wrinkles

 

 

(s3, s4,  s8)(kk) Golden seal (hydrastis canadensis)

Golden Seal   (Hydrastis canadensis) is effective for many digestive problems due to its tonic effects on the mucous membranes. Contains barbarine. Can aggravate LGS in some cases. Golden Seal, or Hydrastis canadensis, has a history of medicinal use that spans several hundred years, beginning with the various tribes of original Americans. "American Indians used goldenseal for eye ailments, skin diseases, gonorrhea, cancers and as a dye and skin stain," reports Steven Foster in his book Herbal Renaissance. "The Cherokee made a root wash to treat local inflammations and drank a decoction for general debility (weakness), dyspepsia and to stimulate appetite". Miles away, the Iroquois used a decoction of the root for whooping cough, diarrhea, liver trouble, fever, sour stomach, flatulence and pneumonia. As you can see, goldenseal was relied upon to treat numerous discomforts of several physiological systems--from respiratory to digestive. GOLDENSEAL contains berberine, which is antibacterial and amebicidal.

 

Mindell cautions, "This herb can raise blood pressure and should not be used by anyone with a history of high blood pressure. Do not use during pregnancy. Do not use for more than two weeks at a time." And Anne Marie Wishard, in her compilation, Herb Talk, advises that the long-term use of goldenseal should be avoided "because it can weaken the bacterial flora of the colon. (But it is) so useful that it is a must for your herbal medicine chest."

 

(s4)(uu) immune system

 

Fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS) 

are naturally occurring carbohydrates  ( found in bananas**, barley, garlic, honey***, onions, wheat* *, and tomatoes*) that cannot be digested or absorbed by humans but support the growth of beneficial bacteria.  They pass through the small intestine undigested and arrive at the large intestine where they feed the Bifidobacterium bifidum and other bacteria that may be present there.  If you have bacterial infection of large intestines FOS will make your symptoms worse. Natural FOS (from artichokes) does not feed the yeast*, but many FOS supplements are artificially made and can feed Candida. Therefore, if you are not sure that FOS is doing you good, it may be better to avoid it.

 

(s4) 15 Vitamin K     Recommended amounts are infants: 12-20 mcg; children: 15-100 mcg; adults: 300-500 mcg

(s4)(d) 38 % ADH Vitamine K (aangevuld door voeding: (ddd)strawberries(fff) oatmeal(xx) nuts and seeds

(qqq) Complex Carbo hydrates
Vitamin K is found in cabbage****, cauliflower***, spinach, and other green leafy vegetables, cereals, soybeans****, and other vegetables. Bacteria in the intestines normally also produce vitamin K.
 

 

(s4)(jj) licorice  How to Take It

Deglycyrrhizinated licorice (DGL)

DGL is derived from licorice but without the ingredient that can cause high blood pressure when taking licorice. Helps restoring the integrity of the intestinal tract lining by increasing the production of the mucous  secret cells, the primary defense mechanism in the GI tract. Improves blood supply of nutrients and can cure some ulcers.

 

Licorice root extracts kill staph and strep infections, and acts against viruses such as HIV, hepatitis A, and herpes. Licorice root destroys the yeast* that causes Candida infections. Scientific studies show that DGL reduces inflammation and is as effective as some prescription drugs for gastric ulcers.

You can take licorice in the following forms.

 

 

(s4,6)(H)

Echinacea

 is used for stimulating immune system

 

 

(s4, 6)(h)Arkocaps

Geen tarwe, gist, lactose, conserveermiddelen en kunstmatige aroma’s of kleurstoffen, suiker , zetmeel.

Echinacea 325 mg immuunsysteem versterkend

Polyfenolen: 1,5 %

 

‘s morgens 2 capsules tijdens de maaltijd met voldoende water innemen

Echinacea

 is used for stimulating immune system

 

Echinacea is an antiseptic and anti-infection herb that helps stimulate the immune system.

                    Scientific research indicates antibiotic activity, cortisone-like activity, promotion of wound

                    healing, production of systemic interferon and stimulation of T-cell lymphocytes.

Helpful  for fighting everything from a cold or flu to a long-term illness like chronic fatigue. Native to North America, it is found mainly in the prairies west of the Mississippi River. Long a favored medicinal herb of the Native American Indian, echinacea was widely used by early medical doctors, but by the beginning of the 20th century it had fallen into dis-use. It was a European doctor, Dr. Vogel, who re-discovered it on a trip to the US in the 1950's. He began cultivating it in Europe, conducted many studies of it, and then marketed it through his company, Bioforce.

 

    A recent German trial found echinacea to be far superior to pharmaceutical treatments for

                    vaginitis (candida infection of the vagina). Researchers found a 60% recurrence of vaginal

                    yeast* infection when treated with a pharmaceutical anti-fungal cream but only a 16%

                    recurrence for those given an echinacea supplementation.

 

 

 

 

 

(s4,6)(l)

Spirulina

Spirulina (Spirulina plantensis) is a blue green algae, extremely pure and full of nutrients. Rich in vitamin B12, beta-carotene, iron, and protein.

vitaliteit (van zonnatura)

spirulina: 150 mg ( uitgekiende combinatie van voedingstoffen die het lichaam in optimale conditie houden)

ginseng : 40 mg (ginsenosiden hebben positieve invloed op het geestelijke

kelp : 80 mg

2 tabletten  ‘s morgens innemen met water

 

10,9 Dirk wonderwel              

(s4)(p)310 mg Spirulina=Vitamine B, E, ijzer, mangaan, Zink, selenium.

 

10,9 Marcus Rohrer

(s4)(q)300 mg Spirulina

 

 

(s4,6) 18 Spirulina Vitamine B, E, ijzer, mangaan, Zink, selenium. uitgekiende combinatie van voedingstoffen die het lichaam in optimale conditie houden

(l) 150mg, p 310 mg, (q) 300 mg = 860 mg
 

 

(s4,s5,s6)1 ,2,3 ,4, 5, 7,8 ,9 ,10,11 ©All family multivit 100% ADH van:

Vitamine        ADH

1 A:    immuunsysteem

(s6) 1 Vitamin A is very important for the health of the mucus lining of the nose, mouth, sinuses, and stomach.vitamin A - 25,000 IU daily. If you are pregnant, do not exceed 10,000 IU daily.© 100% , (d) 63%= 163 % ADH Vitamine A Vitamin A is found in milk*, cheese***, cream*, liver*****, kidney*****, cod and halibut fish oil. All of these sources, except for skim milk*  that has been fortified with vitamin A, are high in saturated fat and cholesterol. The vegetable sources of beta-carotene are fat and cholesterol free. The body regulates the conversion of beta-carotene to vitamin A based on the body's needs.  Sources of beta-carotene are carrots, pumpkin, sweet potatoes, winter squashes, cantaloupe, pink grapefruit*, apricots, broccoli****, spinach, and most dark green, leafy vegetables. The more intense the color of a fruit or vegetable, the higher the beta-carotene content.

 

 

 

 

 

8D:

9E: :    immuunsysteem

(s6)9 Vitamin E is an important lipid antioxidant. It helps protect the cell membranes and to prevent the oxidation of LDL cholesterol in the arteries. vitamin E (400 to 800 I.U. per day), Selenium, like vitamin E, is an important anti-oxidant nutrient. In fact, when these two are taken together, the synergism increases the effectiveness of each in quenching free radicals. In nature, Vitamin E isfound in vegetable oils, nuts and grains.

© 100%, (d) 375%= min imaal 475% ADH Vitamine E

5C: :    immuunsysteem

(s6)5 Vitamin C - 1,000 mg 3 times daily

©100% , (d) 250% = 350% ADH van Vitamine C

 

 

2B1:  

(s6)2 Vitamin B complex - 100 mg 3 times daily - B vitamins are required for  all bodily functions, resist

        infection, and all enzyme systems. Important

        brain function. Use a yeast*-free formula.

 

© 100% , (d) gem 200 % = 300 %ADH van vitamine B Vitamin B-6 is found in beans****, nuts, legumes****, eggs, meat*****s, fish, whole grains, and fortified breads and cereals

 

2B2:

2B3:                                                                               

2B5:

2B6:

3B12(s6) 3 vitamin B12 - 2,000 mcg 3 times daily - Important for digestion. Needed for metabolism of

        carbohydrates, fats, and proteins. Use a lozenge or sublingual form Vitamin B12 is found in eggs, meat*****,seaweed ,  poultry, shellfish**, and milk* and milk* products.

4Biotine

(s4) 4 Biotine:

Biotin

 a member of the B-Complex, biotin prevents conversion of Candida albicans  from single-celled yeast* form to multi-celled fungal form, which develops long, root-like structures, called rhizoids, that can penetrate intestinal walls. Raw eggs contain enzyme avidin that interferes with absorption of biotin. When eggs are cooked this enzyme will not interfere with use of biotin. Eating large quantities of raw eggs can cause biotin deficiency. People suffering from Candida overgrowth are usually deficient in this vitamin, because they lack intestinal microflora that in healthy individuals produce large quantities of biotin. Biotin is important building block of enzymes and facilitates metabolism of amino acids and carbohydrates.

 

 ontwikkeling vrije vetzuren, stofwisseling eiwitten en koolhydraten, gezonde functie zweetklieren en weefsels Jeffrey Bland reports that biotin and the fatty acid oleic acid can prevent the conversion of the yeast* form of Candida to its fungal farm

(300 mcg taken three times daily) along with two teaspoons of olive oil taken three times daily, as a source of oleic acid.

© 100 %, (d) 100% = 200% ADH van Biotine

(s4) G. Biotine: immune system

 

Pantothenic acid and biotin are found in eggs, fish, milk* and milk* products, whole-grain cereals, legumes****, yeast*, broccoli**** and other vegetables in the cabbage**** family, white and sweet potatoes, lean beef*, and other foods.
 

 

Foliumzuur

Ijzer

Zink(s6)

11 zinc (30 to 50 mg a day) facilitates the healing of the gastrointestinal mucosa

© 100%, (d) 60%= 160% ADH Zink

(www) eggs* sulphur, zinc ,chromium  #1 1-4 aweek, #2 1-3, #3 1-2 (in baking e.g. muffins, pancakes, waffles) (zinc in egg yolk)

(#4 eggs neither  required nor avoided, #5 avoid animal protein*****) Raw,

                                      unroasted, unsalted pumpkin seeds are the best food sources of zinc.

 

                                      Oatmeal is another good zinc source. Begin the day with a Swiss muesli made with soaked rolled oats**** and apricots or

                                      cantaloupe. Add wheat* germ, sesame, pumpkin or sunflower seeds and yogurt or milk* *. This breakfast provides

                                      beta-carotene, zinc and vitamin C, as well as the immune system stimulants vitamin B6 and iron.

 

 

 

Verder:

Fosfor: 10%

Magnesium: 10%

 

Zonder ADH

Chroom 25 mcg

Koper: 1,2 mcg

Mangaan 1,4 mg

Molybdeen 50 mcg

Selenium: 70 mcg

 

Per dag 1 tablet na maaltijd heel doorslikken

 

 

(s3,s4,s5,s6,s7) 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,7,8, 9,10,11,12,15 (d)HNS

1A: 63%

8D: 38%

9E: 375%

K: 38 %

5C: 250%

2B1: 242 %

2B2:238 %

2B3 (als niacinamide) 139%

 

2B5 (als Ca pantothenaat): 333%

3B12: 5000%

4Biotine: 100%

Foliumzuur: 200%

6Calcium: 13%

Fosfor:6%

Ijzer (als fumeraat) 54%

Jodium (als Jodide) 60%

7Magnesium (als oxide) 21%

11Zink (als oxide): 60%

 

Verder:

GTF Chroom: 80 mcg

Kalium(als chloride): 37,5 mg

Koper (als sulfaat): 0,8 mg

Mangaan (als sulfaat): 3,8 mg

Molybdeen (al molybdaad): 40 mcg

(s6)10Selenium (als seleniet): 40mcg

Silicium (als montmorilloniet):15mg

Vanadium (als vanadaat): 120 mcg

 

Complex van PABA in lecitine (bron van choline, inostol) 50 mg

Voedingscomplex met vitamine P (bioflvonoiden, hesperidine, rufine) en rozenbottels: 50 mg

Sporenelementen complex (celzouten en montmorilloniet):60mg

Voedingscomplex met enzymen (amylase, diastase, protease, bromelaine, papaine en betaine HCl): 25 mg

Voedingskruidenmix bevattende: aminozuren, luzerne, bijpropolis,bioflavono iden, chlorella,enzymen, gamma-linoleenzuur, lecithine, lipiden, haverzemelen, vezels, octacosanol,, pectiden, nuclinezuren,  (RNA/DNA), spirulina, tarwegras,buchu, capsicum, kamille, korenbloem,paardebloem, 12 echinacea, venkel, fotitieng, knoflook, gember, ginseng, paardestaart, jeneverbes, kelp, zoethout, pau d’arco, suma, uva ursi, valeriaanwortel  en yucca: 375 mg

 

2 tabletten per dag: 1 tijdens of na het ontbijt, 1 tijdens of na de avondmaaltijd ( heel doorslikken)

 

 (s4)(uu)

 

Fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS) 

are naturally occurring carbohydrates  ( found in bananas**, barley, garlic, honey***, onions, wheat*, and tomatoes*) that cannot be digested or absorbed by humans but support the growth of beneficial bacteria.  They pass through the small intestine undigested and arrive at the large intestine where they feed the Bifidobacterium bifidum and other bacteria that may be present there.  If you have bacterial infection of large intestines FOS will make your symptoms worse. Natural FOS (from artichokes) does not feed the yeast*, but many FOS supplements are artificially made and can feed Candida. Therefore, if you are not sure that FOS is doing you good, it may be better to avoid it.

 

 

Immune system

A. Bioflavonoids immune system

Quercetin

Quercetin is a bioflavonoid and can be used to reduce the effects of allergies and inflammation. It stabilize mast cells and they in turn release less histamine that is responsible for allergic response. You need to take it at least two weeks to see improvement. 

 “The health benefits of a diet high in foods containing bioflavonoids, such as soybeans****, citrus fruits and root vegetables is unquestioned. The probable benefits of bioflavonoids themselves have also been demonstrated, such as the low mortality rates from prostate cancer in Asian men compared to Western countries, which may be because of higher intake of isoflavones.”

 

 

 

(s5)

(F)

Molybdenum

is necessary for the enzymes in the liver that deal with one of the major toxins Candida releases : acetaldehyde

(s5) Molybdeen 50 mcg    41: MOLYBDENUM

Benefits:

Molybdenum

is necessary for the enzymes in the liver that deal with one of the major toxins Candida releases : acetaldehyde

 

Normal cell function, nitrogen metabolism.

Symptoms of Deficiency:

Mouth and gum disorders and cancer impotence in older males.

Sources:

Beans****, cereal grains, legumes****, peas****, dark green leafy vegetables.

 

No definite disease due to deficient molybdenum intake in humans has been recognized. However, it is an element that is part of enzymes (natural substances essential for body metabolism) that are involved in the production of waste products prior to excretion.

The molybdenum content of foods depends on the soil where plant foods are grown.

MOLYBDENUM INTAKE

The safe and adequate range of intake for adults (U.S.A.) is 150 to 500 micrograms per day.

 

 

 

 

(s5)FIGURE 58: MOLYBDENUM CONTENT OF SOME FOODS

  FOOD

  MOLYBDENUM CONTENT
  (micrograms per 100 grams of food)

Potatoes

Cabbage****

Carrots

Leguminous seeds

Cereal grains

600

280

200

20-470

10-110

 

 

 

(s5, s6) (n)Lecithine forte 1200(bron van choline, inostol )

Lecitine van ongemanipuleerde soja 1200 mg (zenuwsterkend)

Gelatine, glycerol,soja olie, sorbitol.

Lecitine van ongemanipuleerde soja 1200 mg (zenuwsterkend)

Gelatine, glycerol,soja olie, sorbitol.  Lecithin emulsifies and promotes the transportation of fats in the body. It is the major component of all cell membranes, and is found in the protective sheath surrounding the brain, the muscles and the nerve cells. Lecithin is an inexpensive substance with major protective effects for the liver, the cardiovascular system, and the brain.

 

 

 

 

 

 

(s5, s6)16 (s)Ginkgo Biloba t 200mg (verbetert geheugen door verbetering doorbloeding in het hoofd)

Ginkgo Biloba extract  20 mg

Ginkgo flavonen 4,8 mg

Terpene lactones 1,2 mg

 Gelatine

 

 

Verdeeld over de dag 2 tot 3 X 1 capsule tijdens maaltijden met water innemen

Ginkgo Biloba Extract also promotes radical scavenging activity, increased blood flow to the brain, and improved transmission of nerve signals.

Ginkgo Biloba The Ginkgo is the world's oldest living tree, a species whose existence can be traced back over 200 million years. For this reason the Ginkgo is often referred to as a "living fossil". Even individual trees may live as long as 1,000 years. The Ginkgo is associated with longevity and it has incredible resistance to environmental factors. It also appears that taking a concentrated extract of Ginkgo Biloba leaves may promote longevity and resistance to aging in humans.

Ginkgo's pharmacological activity is due to its high content of terpenes, flavonoids, pro-anthocyanidins and Ginkgo Heterosides (flavoglycosides). A Ginkgo Biloba extract (G.B.E.) has demonstrated remarkable pharmacological action on different parts of the circulatory and nervous system (arteries, capillaries, veins, and heart). Its effects include enhancement of energy, increase of cellular glucose intake, and inhibiting of platelet aggregation. Ginkgo Biloba Extract also promotes radical scavenging activity, increased blood flow to the brain, and improved transmission of nerve signals. In clinical trials, patients with chronic cerebral arterial insufficiency and/or peripheral arterial insufficiency responded favorably to Ginkgo Biloba extract. Furthermore, since G.B.E. improves some aspects of neural transmission, it may be effective in certain cases of senility, including the early stages of Alzheimers's Disease.

Ginkgo Biloba Extract may lessen many common complaints of the geriatric population, such as dizziness, ringing in the ears, depression, short-term memory loss, and intermittent claudication (cramping in the legs caused by poor circulation). By improving neural transmission, Ginkgo Biloba Extract may also improve mental functions in elderly patients displaying signs of senility. This extract may offer significant protective action against development of Alzheimer's Disease and strokes. Future studies may indicate that G.B.E. is of benefit as a vasodilator in cases of angina, as an inotropic agent in congestive heart failure, and as a mood-elevating substance in depression. (top)

A Ginkgo Biloba extract (G.B.E.) has demonstrated remarkable pharmacological action on different parts of the circulatory and nervous system (arteries, capillaries, veins, and heart). Its effects include enhancement of energy, increase of cellular glucose intake, and inhibiting of platelet aggregation. Ginkgo Biloba Extract also promotes radical scavenging activity, increased blood flow to the brain, and improved transmission of nerve signals.

(s) 200mg

 

 

 

(s6)Sundown

(s)Ginkgo Biloba t 200mg (verbetert geheugen door verbetering doorbloeding in het hoofd)

Ginkgo Biloba extract  20 mg

Ginkgo flavonen 4,8 mg

Terpene lactones 1,2 mg

 Gelatine

 

Verdeeld over de dag 2 tot 3 X 1 capsule tijdens maaltijden met water innemen.

 

 

Ginkgo Biloba Extract also promotes radical scavenging activity, increased blood flow to the brain, and improved transmission of nerve signals.

 

 

        

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(s5) (H) Detoxify liver*****:

artichoke extract

     MSM

     dandelion root (paardenbloem thee)

     red beet root

     lipoic acid

     glutathione

 

 

 

(s4, s6) (o)500mg (bb)lijnzaadolie Flaxseed Oil,

(s4)(bb)lijnzaadolie Flaxseed Oil, 
Flaxseed Oil ...................... 1,000 mg
 which contains:
 Alpha-Linolenic Acid ............... 500 mg
 Linoleic Acid ...................... 200 mg
 Oleic Acid ......................... 200 mg
 Palmitic Acid ....................... 60 mg
 Stearic Acid ........................ 40 mg

 

Flaxseed may slow down the absorption of oral medications or other

          nutrients if taken at the same time. Talk to your health care provider before

          taking flaxseed if you regularly take any prescription or over-the-counter

          medications.

 

 

 

(s6) (mmm) Tarwekiem olie

 

(s4, s6)17 Vetzuren Onderzoekers constateerden dat de hoeveelheid vetzuren in het bloed van M.E.-lijders aanzienlijk lager is dan bij andere mensen. Indien men vetzuren aan het bloed toevoegde dan merkten de onderzoekers een aanzienlijke vooruitgang op bij hun patiënten. De twee bekendste vormen van essentiële vetzuren zijn linolzuur en linoleenzuur. Uit deze vetzuren worden stoffen aangemaakt die vitaal zijn voor het afweersysteem. Welnu, door een defect in de cellen wordt deze omzetting bij M.E.-lijders bemoeilijkt. Wetenschappers zoeken nog steeds naar de oorzaak van het defect in de cellen. Op basis van deze bevindingen ontwierpen de onderzoekers een pil. Deze pil bevat een combinatie van de oliën teunisbloemolie en visolie. Dankzij de pil wordt de moeizame omzetting van linolzuur en linoleenzuur naar stoffen die vitaal zijn voor het afweersysteem omzeilt. Daardoor wordt het natuurlijk afweersysteem ten dele of geheel hersteld. Bij 85 procent van de patiënten geeft het product vermindering van vermoeidheid en spierpijn, het bevordert het concentratievermogen en vermindert duizeligheid. Essentiële vetzuren zijn een natuurlijk product en dus onschadelijk. Eventuele overschotten worden door het lichaam gebruikt als energie of gewoon onder de vorm van vet opgestapeld.   

 

 

 

 

 

 (s6) 5, ®Best Choice

(s6)Vitamine C 1000 mg 1667% ADH (weerstand bij stress, vermoeidheid, verbeterd conditie)

Met Bioflavonoiden 10 mg (vertserkt werking Vitamine C)

en Rozenbottlels 50 mg (versterkt werking vitamine C)

Rutine 1mg

Hesperidine 1mg

 

1 a 2 tabletten per dag

 

 

 

(s6) 6,7,8 (k)Sterke botten (met oesterkalk)

6Calcium 33,3% ADH (botten+ gebit) (s6)6       Calcium - 1,500 mg daily - Often deficient in people with this disorder, Use calcium

        citrate form.

      calcium pantothenate (200 to 1000 mg per day).

(k) 33,3 % ADH Calcium,  (d) 13 % ADH Calcium , samen 46,3 %, moet dus 3 x (k) nemen, dan samen op 112% ADH Calcium

 

(s6)7Magnesium 33,3% (s6) 7       magnesium - 750-1,000 mg daily - Needed to balance with calcium.

(a) 83% ADH Magnesium, (d) 21% (a) 10% , 3x(k) 99,9%  samen : 203% ADH  Magnesium      

 

 

Vitamine D3 25 % zorgt ervoor dat de opname van het kalk optimaal is

3 tabletten verdeeld over de dag met glas water innemen 

(s6) 8 vitamin D - 400 IU daily - Enhances calcium absorption.

© 100% ADH, (d) 38% ADH,  3x(k) 75 %ADH D3= 213% ADH Vitamine DVitamin D is found in cheese**, butter, margarine*, cream*, fortified milk* *(all milk* in the United States is fortified with Vitamin D), fish, oysters*, and fortified cereals. The body can synthesize vitamin D when the skin is exposed to sunshine.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(s6)7  (a)Essential organics:

Geen gluten, gist, lactose, synthetische hulpmiddelen, suiker , zetmeel. Geschikt voor vegetariers.

 

Per tablet

(s6)7 magnesium + kelp:  250 mg magnesium= 83 % ADH

                                                         100 mg kelp 

 

1 tablet per dag na de maaltijd, heel doorslikken.

 

 

 

 

(s6)9. (mmm) Tarwekiem olie rijk aan vitamine E

 

(s6)(g)E forte

Geen tarwe, gist, lactose, conserveermiddelen en kunstmatige aroma’s of kleurstoffen, suiker , zetmeel.

Natuurlijke vitamine E: 1680% (immuun systeem, verouderingsproces bescherming, antioxidant tegen vrije radicalen, helpt cellen en weefsels gezond te houden)

Tarwekiemolie: 150mg

 

 Bij medicijn gebriuik arts raadplegen.

 

1 capsule per dag tijdens of na de maaltijd met wat water innemen.

 

(s6) (e)Ultravit:

Q10 forte:

Geen tarwe, gist, lactose, conserveermiddelen en kunstmatige aroma’s of kleurstoffen, suiker , zetmeel.

Co Enzyme Q10 : 45 mg

Vtamine E 200 % ADH

Kan werking bloedverdunnende middelen versterken

1 capsule per dag met water innemen, bij voorkeur tijdens of na de maaltijd

100 mg daily - Improves tissue oxygenation

CoQ-10 helps the body to utilize oxygen. Produced in every cell of the body, it is especially important for the heart. Much research has gone into this nutrient, especially in Japan, which of course also manufactures it for the world-wide market. Researchers estimate that about 30% of the adult population of Japan take Co-Q10 on a regular basis. Especially as we age, this nutrient can make a big difference in our energy levels.
The energy from Co-Q10 is not at all stimulatory. As oxygen utilization is increased, people simply find they can climb those four flights of stairs without getting winded, or they can keep going after a long day without a hitch; things of this nature. Co-Q10 is also being researched for its possible role in helping to heal cancer, chronic fatigue, and other illnesses, and has been shown to prevent recurrence of heart attack, because of its oxygenating effect on the heart.

 

 

(s6)10,9 ,14,18  (l)vitaliteit

spirulina: 150 mg ( uitgekiende combinatie van voedingstoffen die het lichaam in optimale conditie houden)

ginseng : 40 mg (ginsenosiden hebben positieve invloed op het geestelijke en lichamelijke prestatie vermogen)

kelp : 80 mg

2 tabletten  ‘s morgens innemen met water

Spirulina contains vital unsaturated fatty acids, including gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), it has many important minerals including potassium, calcium, zinc, magnesium, selenium, iron, and phosphorus, vitamins including B-12 and others of the B-complex, E, and beta carotene, digestive enzymes, chlorophyll, and pigments that help liver***** function. Ounce for ounce, it provides more complete protein than meat*****. This 65% easily-digested protein can in itself give a boost, especially given the prevalence of high-carbohydrate diets. Since the protein in spirulina is high in phenylalanine, it has also been used as an aid to appetite suppression and weight-loss. Spirulina contains around 65% easily-digested protein. This is high-quality, complete protein, including all the essential amino acids (those the body cannot make from other amino acids and so which must be included in the diet every day). Because the protein in spirulina is high in phenylalanine, it has also been found useful as an aid to appetite suppression and cutting-up.                          Spirulina (Spirulina plantensis) is a blue green algae, extremely pure and full of nutrients. Rich in vitamin B12,

                          beta-carotene, iron, and protein. ( uitgekiende combinatie van voedingstoffen die het lichaam in optimale conditie houden)Vitamine B, E, ijzer, mangaan, Zink, selenium

 

 (l)vitaliteit (van zonnatura)

spirulina: 150 mg ( uitgekiende combinatie van voedingstoffen die het lichaam in optimale conditie houden)

ginseng : 40 mg (ginsenosiden hebben positieve invloed op het geestelijke

kelp : 80 mg

2 tabletten  ‘s morgens innemen met water

 

10,9 Dirk wonderwel              

(p)310 mg Spirulina=Vitamine B, E, ijzer, mangaan, Zink, selenium.

 

10,9 Marcus Rohrer

(q)300 mg Spirulina

(s6) 10 selenium - 200 mcg daily Selenium is an immune booster which produces antibody responses to all forms of infections. Selenium, like vitamin E, is an important anti-oxidant nutrient. In fact, when these two are taken together, the synergism increases the effectiveness of each in quenching free radicals. vitamin E and selenium can prevent

                                prostate cancer, a researcher told Reuters. . In nature, selenium is found in grain, meat***** and fish. Vitamin E isfound in vegetable oils, nuts and grains

Vitamine C, vitamine E en beta caroteen beschermen rokers

                   extra tegen vrije radicalen.

.

© 70 mcg, (d) 40 mcg, (p) 310/6=51,7 mg, minimaal 110 mg selenium (evt (l) en (q) erbij voor meer

 

 

 

(s6)12

(h)Arkocaps

Geen tarwe, gist, lactose, conserveermiddelen en kunstmatige aroma’s of kleurstoffen, suiker , zetmeel.

(s6) 12Echinacea 325 mg immuunsysteem versterkend

Polyfenolen: 1,5 %

(s6) 12 Echinacea helpful  for fighting everything from a cold or flu to a long-term illness like chronic fatigue.

                    A recent German trial found echinacea to be far superior to pharmaceutical treatments for

                    vaginitis (candida infection of the vagina). Researchers found a 60% recurrence of vaginal

                    yeast* infection when treated with a pharmaceutical anti-fungal cream but only a 16%

                    recurrence for those given an echinacea supplementation.

 

 

(h) 325 mg

 

 

‘s morgens 2 capsules tijdens de maaltijd met voldoende water innemen

helpful  for fighting everything from a cold or flu to a long-term illness like chronic fatigue.

                    A recent German trial found echinacea to be far superior to pharmaceutical treatments for

                    vaginitis (candida infection of the vagina). Researchers found a 60% recurrence of vaginal

                    yeast* infection when treated with a pharmaceutical anti-fungal cream but only a 16%

                    recurrence for those given an echinacea supplementation. . Echinacea, in contrast, is considered an promoter of "superficial" immune response, having to do with the mucous membrane.   

 

 

(s6)13 (e)Ultravit:

(s6) Q10 forte: - Improves tissue oxygenation

Geen tarwe, gist, lactose, conserveermiddelen en kunstmatige aroma’s of kleurstoffen, suiker , zetmeel.

13 Co Enzyme Q10 : 45 mg

Vitamine E 200 % ADH

Kan werking bloedverdunnende middelen versterken

1 capsule per dag met water innemen, bij voorkeur tijdens of na de maaltijd

100 mg daily - Improves tissue oxygenation

CoQ-10 helps the body to utilize oxygen. Produced in every cell of the body, it is especially important for the heart. Much research has gone into this nutrient, especially in Japan, which of course also manufactures it for the world-wide market. Researchers estimate that about 30% of the adult population of Japan take Co-Q10 on a regular basis. Especially as we age, this nutrient can make a big difference in our energy levels.
The energy from Co-Q10 is not at all stimulatory. As oxygen utilization is increased, people simply find they can climb those four flights of stairs without getting winded, or they can keep going after a long day without a hitch; things of this nature. Co-Q10 is also being researched for its possible role in helping to heal cancer, chronic fatigue, and other illnesses, and has been shown to prevent recurrence of heart attack, because of its oxygenating effect on the heart.

(s6) 13 Coenzyme Q10 - 100 mg daily - Improves tissue oxygenation

45 mg Q10 (55 te weinig)

CoQ-10 helps the body to utilize oxygen. Produced in every cell of the body, it is especially important for the heart. Much research has gone into this nutrient, especially in Japan, which of course also manufactures it for the world-wide market. Researchers estimate that about 30% of the adult population of Japan take Co-Q10 on a regular basis. Especially as we age, this nutrient can make a big difference in our energy levels.
The energy from Co-Q10 is not at all stimulatory. As oxygen utilization is increased, people simply find they can climb those four flights of stairs without getting winded, or they can keep going after a long day without a hitch; things of this nature. Co-Q10 is also being researched for its possible role in helping to heal cancer, chronic fatigue, and other illnesses, and has been shown to prevent recurrence of heart attack, because of its oxygenating effect on the heart.

 

 

 

(s6)14

  (m)O Lacy’s

(s6)Ginseng Immuno-stimulant

Ginsengextract 80 mg (tegen vermoeidheid)

Lactose

Stearinezuur

Magnesiumstearaat

 

3 x daags 1 tablet met water innemen

 

 

(s6) 14. Ginseng    , immuno stimulant (ginsenosiden hebben positieve invloed op het geestelijke en lichamelijke prestatie vermogen)   Siberian Ginseng

                          Siberian Ginseng will help in regulating adrenalin level. If you feel sleepy after taking it, it is because adrenalin level is being

                          regulated and you should take a good sleep after taking it. When you have regulated your adrenalin levels, you should not

                          feel sleepy after taking it, and you should have more energy.

 

(s6) (m) 80 mg (l) 40 mg =  120 mg Ginseng

 

 

 

 

 

(s4,s6) 17,2 ,5  (o)Teunisbloemolie 500mg

B6 (pyridoxine) 25% ADH

 

E:20% ADH

 

(s4,s6) 17 (o)Teunisbloemolie 500mg

(s4)B6 (pyridoxine) 25% ADH

E:20% ADH

 

De twee bekendste vormen van essentiële vetzuren zijn linolzuur en linoleenzuur. Uit deze vetzuren worden stoffen aangemaakt die vitaal zijn voor het afweersysteem. Welnu, door een defect in de cellen wordt deze omzetting bij M.E.-lijders bemoeilijkt. Wetenschappers zoeken nog steeds naar de oorzaak van het defect in de cellen. Op basis van deze bevindingen ontwierpen de onderzoekers een pil. Deze pil bevat een combinatie van de oliën teunisbloemolie en visolie. Dankzij de pil wordt de moeizame omzetting van linolzuur en linoleenzuur naar stoffen die vitaal zijn voor het afweersysteem omzeilt. Daardoor wordt het natuurlijk afweersysteem ten dele of geheel hersteld.

 

 
 

 

 

  

 

(s8) gentian root, grapefruit*seed, oregon grape, golden seal, berberine 200 mg a day,  wormseed , male fern , tansy (Tanacetum vulgare), wormwood, black walnut (Juglans nigra).

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AVOID COMPLETELY.

FOOD

COMMENT

Artificial sweeteners

Avoid completely artificial sweeteners, like Aspartame (NutraSweet), saccharin, .... They are very bad for your health. Use Stevia instead.

Commercial Fruit Juices

Usually contain lots of sugar*. Exception: Freshly prepared juice

Caffeine

Avoid coffee***, non herbal tea tea and soft drinks including decaffeinated coffee***.  Caffeine can kill up to 75% of the friendly bacteria in the colon per cup of coffee*** or tea. The same goes most decaffeinated coffee*** (*). It takes the body approximately five

hours to replace that flora depending on the diet and the balance of the body at the time. Tea, coffee***, soft drinks (like Coke) contain significant amounts of caffeine.

 

 

Sugar*

Feeds the yeast*s big time. Elimination of all sugars*: white sugar*, brown sugar*, honey***, dextrin, maple sugar*, beet sugar*, ... Use Stevia instead.

left-overs, yeast*, mold

It is highly likely if you have Candida overgrowth that you are allergic to mold. Also, food that mold can grow on, can feed Candida. Avoid anything containing yeast* : brewer's yeast*, baker's yeast*, vitamins derived from yeast*. Mold tends to grow on left-overs. Refrigerate your food or better freeze it and try to eat it in 24 hours after preparation.

Alcohol**

All alcohol**is made by fermentation, and is forbidden in strict Candida diet. Vodka is the drink recommended as the least harmful of all drinks if you simply have to drink something.

Melons**

Too sweet

Vinegar

Avoid vinegar and all foods containing vinegar: mayonnaise, mustard. Fresh lemon juice can be used instead vinegar.

fermented products*

such as soy sauce, soda bread,  cheese**, yogurt, sauerkraut*, green olives and pickled vegetables.

Bread 

Contains yeast* and refined flour. It is best to avoid bread completely. Others recommend toasting it well. You could also be allergic to grains.

diary

All kinds of milk* and milk* products (cheese**, buttermilk, ... ) should be avoided if you have problems digesting it. It is very common allergen. 

tap water 

 the chlorine found in most tap water is killing good bacteria living in your intestines.

edible fungi

like mushrooms*, truffles, ... they can feed Candida or/and you can be allergic to them

processed food

like bacon, hot dogs, sausages, meat***** loafs, ... Processed foods usually contain yeast*, refined sugar*, chemicals

starch

Starch transfers into carbohydrates, Avoid food containing high levels of starch  like corn* and potatoes.

dried/candied fruits

contain mold, sugar* and other toxins.

animal fat 

toxins are stored in fat and eating animal fat increases toxic overload

 

(*)Decaffeination, What have they done to my coffee***?

There are four major commercial processes used to remove caffeine from coffee***. Conventional decaffeination uses the chemical Methylene Chloride, "Natural" decaffeination uses the chemical Ethyl Acetate. Water decaffeination uses water and Carbon Dioxide decaffeination uses only carbon dioxide. Each of these methods does a good job of removing the caffeine from coffee*** (to sell a coffee*** as decaffeinated it must be at least 97% caffeine free). However, there are significant differences in the taste of the decaffeinated product, in the residual chemicals remaining in the beans****, and in the effect on the environment.

Conventional Decaffeination

In this process coffee*** beans**** are first soaked with water to make them swell, opening pores and hastening the extraction process. It also "presoaks" the caffeine into the water, which facilitates the extraction process. The beans**** are then immersed in the solvent Methylene Chloride (CH2Cl2), which extracts the caffeine from the coffee*** beans**** by bonding to the caffeine molecules. The decaffeinated beans**** are run through water and steam treatments, evaporating the caffeine laden solvent out of the beans****. Since Methylene Chloride actually bonds to the caffeine instead of just dissolving it, the caffeine evaporates with the solvent and doesn't stay on the coffee***. The solvent is later processed to extract the caffeine for use in other products. (f.e. cola companies)

Although Methylene Chloride levels in the coffee*** bean are reduced to residual levels that are "legally safe" (the FDA has set a maximum allowable level of 10 parts per million), health conscious consumers, skeptical of government infallibility, consider these residues unacceptable.

The European Community recently banned the use of Methylene Chloride for coffee*** decaffeination. Although measures are taken to recycle as much of the chemical as possible, the evaporated chemical that escapes into the atmosphere during processing may be harmful to the ozone layer.

Finally, the flavor of coffee*** decaffeinated with Methylene Chloride is somewhat flat and tasteless.

Ethyl Acetate Decaffeination

Coffee*** decaffeinated using this process is frequently referred to as "Naturally Decaffeinated" because Ethyl Acetate (CH3CO2C2H5) can occur naturally in orange* rinds and other fruits. But because of the cost of using natural extract the Ethyl Acetate used in decaffeination. It is simply a human made chemical. There is some question as to whether it is legal in the United States to call Ethyl Acetate decaffeinated coffee*** "naturally decaffeinated," but currently that is a common practice.

The decaffeination process is essentially the same as in conventional Methylene Chloride de-caffeination, except Ethyl Acetate replaces Methylene Chloride as the solvent.

While no ozone issues have arisen in relation to this chemical, there are still chemical residues remaining in the coffee*** beans**** (10 ppm max). And the taste of the decaffeinated coffee*** is also mediocre.

Ethylene Acetate is slightly more expensive than Methylene Chloride, which means it would never get used unless 1) Methylene Chloride was illegal, or 2) there was some marketing advantage. The ability to label the beans**** "naturally decaffeinated" is a powerful incentive.

Water Decaffeination

For most people water decaffeination is synonymous with Swiss Water Process, but of course Swiss Water Process is merely a trademarked name, backed up with plenty of promotional materials and advertising.

A water process decaffeination plant starts by soaking coffee*** beans**** in pure water. The liquid is drained off, and the coffee*** is thrown away, because it is now flavorless. The liquid solution, however, is full of both coffee*** flavors and caffeine. (Of course caffeine is water soluble otherwise they couldn't put it in your cola.)

The liquid is then passed through a carbon filter, which removes the caffeine but not the flavor components. This flavor-saturated liquid is then poured onto a new batch of coffee***.

Because the liquid is already full of coffee*** flavors, it doesn't extract any additional flavor from the coffee*** beans****. It does, however, extract the caffeine. This cycle of soaking, then filtering out the caffeine, can be repeated indefinitely.

The advantages of the water process over conventional methods is that no chemicals are used, so no residual chemicals are left in the beans****. The environment, likewise, remains unaffected. Most people seem to agree that the water process produces a slightly more flavorful cup of coffee***.

Unfortunately water process coffee*** is also more expensive. In fact, Swiss Water Processed coffee*** is as much as four times as expensive as conventionally decaffeinated. For this reason the only roasters who use it are those whose customers are sensitive to health and environmental issues.

Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Decaffeination

CO2 decaffeination is based on the simple principle of "like dissolves like". Pressurized CO2 is a dense fluid with a molecule that (like caffeine) is small and nonpolar (nonpolar molecules have no electrical charge). The flavor components in coffee*** are a combination of carbohydrates (starches and sugars*) and peptides (proteins), both of which are large, polar molecules.

In the CO2 decaffeination process, water soaked coffee*** beans**** are placed in a stainless steel container or extractor. The extractor is then sealed and liquid CO2 is injected. The CO2 acts as the solvent to dissolve and draw the caffeine from the coffee*** beans****, leaving the larger-moleculed flavor components behind. The caffeine laden CO2 is then transferred to another container. Here the pressure is released and the CO2 returns to its gaseous state, leaving the caffeine behind. The caffeine free CO2 gas is pumped back into a pressurized container for reuse.

CO2 decaffeination produces the most flavorful decaffeinated coffee***. There are no harmful chemicals or by-products of the process.

Unfortunately, the cost of building a CO2 decaffeination plant is quite high, so this process is primarily used to decaffeinate large volumes of commercial grade coffee***. Because of the growing market for a safe and flavorful decaffeinated product, CO2 decaffeinated specialty grade coffee***s are becoming more readily available. There is at least one CO2 decaffeination plant in Germany that has been organically certified and can decaffeinate specialty grade coffee***s in relatively small container load (38,000 lb) quantities.

 

  Avoid

·        all foods containing yeast**, such as bread, brewer's and nutritional yeast* can be tolerated in small amounts

·        all sweeteners: sugar*, honey***, maple syrup***, molasses, barley malt and rice syrup

·        in moderation fermented foods* such as vinegar, olives, pickles, sauerkraut*, relish, ketchup, mustard, most salad dressings, soy sauce, miso, and other fermented soy bean products such as tempeh

·        alcoholic beverages, especially wine** and beer*

·        all foods containing wheat*, especially bread and pasta

·        dairy products

·        peanuts*, pistachios and cashews

·        artificially sweetened drinks and food products

·        two fruit daily are allowed. Avoid dried and canned ones. Moderately drinking fruit juice is permitted, if diluted 1:1

 

 

 

 

ALLOWED FOOD.

FOOD

COMMENT

filtered water 

The only drink that is always recommended. Drinking increased quantities of filtered water helps the liver to detoxify the body and can help curing many diseases including Candida overgrowth.. 

Stevia

Recommended sweetener.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

* should be avoided by category 1-5

** should be avoided by category 2-5

*** should be avoided by category 3-5.

****should be avoided by category 4 - 5

*****should be avoided by category 5

 

 

ACID FOODS VERSUS ALKALINE FOODS

 

                                           “Let your food be your medicine and your medicine be your food".  

                                           This was said by Hippocrates  the Father of Medicine.

 

 

                              

.  The elimination

                                           of acid causing foods can aid in the healing

                                           process of many conditions such as: Candida,

                                           chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, bowel problems, depression and many more.

                                           In addition, arthritis, rheumatism cancer, Aids and Parkinson's can be

                                           helped through changes in diet.

 

                                           Acid causing foods include the following food groups: all animal

                                           protein, sugars*, coffee***, liquor and beer*, all fast foods*, most breads, grains,

                                           and legumes****, most nuts and all dairy foods.

 

                                           The main foods that are alkaline forming are most fruits and

                                           vegetables. A chart of food acid levels is at the end of this section. It is

                                           important to emphasize the goal is to achieve a greater balance between

                                           acid and alkaline foods, and not to stay away from acid causing foods

                                           completely. As a general rule try to eat five alkaline forming foods for

                                           every acid forming food.

 

                                           Special foods are lemons and limes because they have the ability to

                                           neutralize acid and also bring the body into perfect PH balance.

 

                                           ACID / ALKALINE CHART

 

                                           This grading

                                           chart brings into play not only the alkaline/acid quality of the food but also

                                           other qualities of the food that may or may not contribute to your overall

                                           well being. The principle of eating is to obtain a balance of

                                           20 percent acid to 80 percent alkaline or a ratio of one acid to five alkaline

                                           foods.

 

                                           The most common vegetables are all high alkaline unless otherwise

                                           listed here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HIGH  ACID

LOW ACID

NEUTRAL

ALKALINE

HI-ALKALINE

Beef*

Lamb

Yogurt

Kefir

Amaranth

Veal

Chicken

Butter

Brown Rice

Jer. Artichoke

Pork*

Turkey

 

Apple

Millet

Ham*

Goose

 

Apricot

Quinoa

Bacon

Duck

 

Banana**

Almonds

Cheese**

Corn*ish Hen

 

Blueberry

Seaweed

Cottage Cheese**

Salmon

 

Cantaloupe

Artichoke

Ricotta Cheese**

White Fish

 

Fig (fresh)

Asparagus

Goat milk*

Eggs*****

 

Grapes**

Beets**** & greens

Cow milk*

Beans****

 

Honey***dew

Broccoli****

Shellfish*

Tofu****

 

Kiwi

Brussel sprouts***

Wheat**

Tofu cheese**

 

Lemon

Cabbage****

Corn*

Rice cheese**

 

Lime

Carrot

Corn* Meal

Barley

 

Mango

Cauliflower***

Corn* Starch

Buckwheat*

 

Papaya

Celery

Spelt****

Kamut****

 

Peach

Collards

Tomatoes*

Oats****

 

Pear

Cucumber

Oranges*

White Rice

 

Plum

Daikon

Grapefruit*

Rye****

 

Pomegranate

Dandelion Green

Pineapple*

Mushrooms*

 

Raspberry

Endive

Liquor**

Prunes

 

Strawberry

Escarole

Sugar**

Raisins

 

Watermelon

Garlic

Coffee***

Tangerines

 

Bamboo Shoots

Kale****

Black Tea

 

 

Bok Choy

Kohlrabi

 

 

 

Eggplant***

Leeks

 

 

 

Okra

Lettuce

 

 

 

Parsnip

Onion

 

 

 

Peppers***

Parsley

 

 

 

Radish

Potatoes

 

 

 

Rhubarb

Pumpkin

 

 

 

Spinach

Squash

 

 

 

Swiss Chard

Sweet potato

 

 

 

Water Chestnut

Turnip

 

 

 

Arrowroot

Watercress

 

 

 

Kuzu

Ginger

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Let us first take a more detailed look at how the diet

                                           needs to be altered in order to begin to eliminate

                                           Candida Albicans from our bodies. Candida feeds on:

 

         all types of sugars* including: sucrose, fructose, fruit juices, honey***, maple syrup***, lactose (milk sugar*) and carbohydrates which turn into glucose   red meat** products, poultry products, eggs and all dairy foods which further feed the yeast* and contribute to the overall toxicity of the gastrointestinal tract.

all types of alcohol**: beer*, wine** and spirits** which contain high quantities of fermented products in their production.

 mushrooms*, which many consider to be one of the worst foods on earth because they are fungi, which help the yeast* proliferate.

                                                 Foods to avoid completely are:

                                               all products with the presence of sugar* or any other sweetener, corn* or wheat*,

                                                          all breads and baked goods with yeast* or wheat*,

                                                all fermented foods*: tempeh, miso, vinegar,

                                                                                                            peanuts*, corn*, tomatoes*,

                                                               

                                    all commercial condiments including ketchup, mustard, olives, relishes,

                                                               

                                                         coffee*** and tea,

    Leftovers will begin to grow mould within a couple of

hours of putting them in the fridge.  In the event that there are leftovers or you prefer to make extra food for the next day, you would be well advised to put it in the

freezer.

                                                           

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

·  CATEGORY

FOODS TO AVOID

MAJOR REASONS

HEALTHIER CHOICES

ALL

Sugars*: all refined sugars*

Yeast*, sugars*, overburdens pancreas

ALL = Rice Syrup, apple sauce, unsweetened jam

Cat 1&2 = maple syrup***, honey***

ALL

Wheat*: cereal, bread, pasta

Gluten, yeast*, sugars*, overburdens pancreas

ref. Carbohydrates for your category

ALL

Dairy: cow milk* & cheese**

Gluten, mucous, lactose intolerance

ALL = Soy milk & soy cheese**,

Butter, yogurt      

Cat 1&2 = Rice milk* & rice cheese**

ALL

Veg: corn*, mushrooms*

Yeast*, mold, fungus

other vegetables

ALL

Veg: tomatoes*

Acid

other vegetables

ALL

Fruit: orange**, grapefruit*, pineapple*

Acid, picked unripe

Apple / cranberry juice

ALL

Meat*****: beef*, pork*

High fat, cholesterol, acid, fed on hormones

chicken, turkey,

Cat. 1 = lamb

ALL

Shellfish*: shrimp, crab, lobster, clams etc.

Cholesterol, acid,

sea scavengers (toxins)

Fish, seaweed

ALL

Oils: margarine*

Nickel, hydrogenated oil

Olive oil, butter

ALL

Peanuts* / peanut butter

Yeast*, mold

Almonds / almond butter

ALL

Fermented foods*: vinegar, tempeh, miso

Yeast*

Bragg, wheat* free Tamari

ALL

Fast foods*

refined flour, sugar* and chemicals resulting in

little nutritional value and stressing organs

Ref: Healthy Snacks

2-5

Yeast*

Yeast*

yeast free bread

3-5

Maple syrup***, Honey***

Yeast*, sugars*, overburdens pancreas

Rice Syrup

4-5

Legumes****: beans****

hard to digest, gas, bloating

 

4-5

Acid & Gluten grains****: e.g. rye****, oats****, kamut****, spelt**** ….

Gluten, sugars*

Amaranth, Millet, Quinoa, Brown or white Rice

4-5

Coffee***

strips calcium from bones, acidic, hard on the kidneys

Dandelion coffee***, Calli tea

4-5

Alcoholic beverages

hard on kidneys and liver*****, sugar* imbalances

 

4-5

Soya**** products (except Soy milk & soy cheese**)

hard to digest, gas, bloating

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vegetables to try and include in your diet to give you optimal health, since these

                                           are in the highest alkaline forming category are: asparagus,

                                           seaweed and parsley.

 

 

Fish, seaweed Olive oil, butter

Almonds / almond butter

Bragg, wheat* free Tamari                                                               yeast free bread

                                                                                             Amaranth, Millet, Quinoa, Brown or white

                                                          Rice                  Rice Syrup

                                                          Dandelion coffee, Calli tea

 and oat bran

          Herb teas (except mint and chamomile)

          Pure water (with the chlorine removed by a filter)

          Lemon juice or Liquid Chlorophyll to flavor the water

          Beverages containing no sugar

          Almond milk

          Unsweetened cereals

           and oat bran

          Almonds (including almond butter)

          Sunflower seeds

          Pumpkin seeds

          Brazil nuts

          Puffed rice cakes

          Millet

          (any soy products)

          Grains

          Brown rice

          Puffed Rice cakes

          Potatoes in moderation

 

          Chicken

          Fish

          lamb or veal

          Eggs in moderation

 

          Vegetables:

          All vegetables (make sure there is no sugar* or additives)

 

          Dairy:

          Yogurt (plain low-fat only, no fruit or sugar*)

          No more than one glass skim milk* daily if desired

 

          Oils:

          Flax seed oil

          Cold-pressed virgin olive oil

          Sesame oil

          Almond oil

 

          Other:

          Spices

          Herbs

          Sea salt

          Homemade mayonnaisse (no sugar*)

          1/2 lemon daily for salad dressing

          Stevia may be used as a sweetener. Use the pure extract or Stevia leaves only. Avoid Stevia sweeteners containing a sugar* such as

          Maltodextrose.

 

 

 

 

                   Those not dairy intolerant can eat yogurt (encouraged) and butter milk*.

 

 

                                             When you ARE able to tolerate small amounts of starch again,

                                             allow yourself a wide VARIETY of WHOLE grains, not "just

                                             wheat*".

 

                                             Begin by adding whole-grain biscuits, muffins, rice cakes,

                                             matzos, or WASA crackers RATHER than grain products

                                             made with yeast*.

 

                                             When ABLE to eat grains without causing any symptoms to

                                             return, use only those with the least possible amounts of yeast*,

                                             sugar*, honey***, and brewer's yeast*.

 

 

 

 

If cooked and eaten hot: leftovers, mushrooms*, vinegar-containing

                 foods, cheese** well melted, bread well toasted

 

            

Avoid:

    Anything sweet (sugar*, honey***, molasses, maple syrup***, corn* syrup,

                 dextrose, sorbitol, Splenda), alcoholic beverages, buttermilk, cheese**s,

                 coffee*** & ordinary tea, cold cereal (read label), cottage cheese**, crackers, dried

                 & candied fruits, flour enriched with vitamins from yeast*, fruit & fruit

                 juices (except lemon or lime juice; only 1 gm per tablespoon),

                 leftovers, malt products, mushrooms*, packaged & processed foods,

                 peanuts*, pistachios, pretzels, processed & smoked meat*****s, sorbitol,

                 sprouts, sweet potatoes & yams, vinegar-containing foods (ketchup,

                 mustard, mayonnaise, salad dressings, pickles), vitamins/minerals from

                 yeast* source (read label), yeast*, yeast* breads**** & pastries: acid and gluten causing grains****, all yeast* and wheat* breads*, wheat* pastas , all refined sugars*, maple syrup***, honey***, all milk* and

cheese** products, all fast foods*, animal protein*****, soya**** products, shellfish*, legumes****, corn*, tomatoes*, mushrooms*, and all fermented foods*, in addition to oranges* ,

grapefruit*, pineapple*, peanuts*, margarine*, alcohol**and coffee***. Avoid beets****, broccoli****, brussel sprouts***, cabbage****, cauliflower***, eggplant***, kale**** and all types of peppers*** bananas**, melons**, all berries**and

     grapes**     Stop smoking. Cigarette smoke is common allergen. Introducing toxins in your system increases the overload of immune system.

     Breathe correctly. Correct breathing is important. It helps with stress and gives you energy.

 

Rice syrup once a month after the elimination of all sweeteners for eight weeks

AVOID all grains (which are metabolized as sugars*, thus contributing

                                        to yeast* growth):

 

                                             ALL grain products, WHETHER OR NOT THEY CONTAIN

                                             YEAST*, must not be eaten for at least four weeks.

 

 

 The theory of food combining is incompatible with the anti candida diet, which strives to keep acid levels in the stomache low, whereas in food combining the acidity levels will rise and fall, providing a good environment for the candida yeast*. Food combining makes the stomache work too hard. If you eat a product that makes the stomache produce acid juices, you help the stomache by eating a produkt which makes it produce alkaline juices, and make digestion easier and faster rather than harder. This is why potatoes (starch) are heavy on the stomache when eaten alone, but not when eaten with yoghurt or cream cheese** (protein)

I will include it for the insight it gives in different categories of food, and for the rules that are compatible with the candida diet.

 

 

For food combining food is divided in following categories:

Protein:  all meat*****, all poultry, cheese**, eggs, fish, Soya****, milk*, yogurt

Starches: grains, carrots, beets******, cereals bread, potatoes, rice,  oats****, sugar*, honey*** , starchy squash, sweets, yams, corn*

Neutral: vegetables,  vegetable oils,  butter, salads, fats, herbs,

Acid fruits:  grapefruit*, orange*, lemon, plums, strawberry, pineapple*, sour cherries, sour apples, lime, kiwi

Sub-acid fruit:  apples, most grapes**, sweet cherries, pears, peaches, mangoes, apricot,  papayas, most berries**

Sweet fruit : bananas**, dates, fresh figs, raisins, all dried fruit.

Melons**: Cantaloupe, honey***dew, watermelon.

                         

Food combining  is based on theory that different food groups differ in time needed for digestion and in chemical environment necessary for digestion. Fruits pass through the stomache  in 20 to 30 minutes, and proteins are digested  in 4 hours. If you combine fruits and protein, fruits will have to stay in stomach until proteins are digested and fermentation

will occur. Therefore,  fruits should be eaten alone. Once a protein (all meat*****, all poultry, cheese**, eggs, fish, Soya****, milk*, yogurts) enters the stomach, an acid based digestive juice is produced to

digest it. Once a starch enters the stomach (grains, carrots, beets****, cereals bread, potatoes, rice,  oats****, sugar*, honey*** , starchy squash, sweets, yams, corn*) an alkaline based digestive juice is produced to digest it. If both protein and starch are

eaten together, both acid based and alkaline based juices will be produced, which will neutralize each other.  As more and more acid based and alkaline based

juices are produced and neutralized, the food will stay in stomach and process of fermentation will start causing gas, indigestion and heartburn. (not  true, this keeps pH level balanced which is good) The digestion of

poorly combined meal will consume more energy then other sports (like running, for example) and this is why one feels very tired after certain meals. Neutral food

(like raw vegetables) will break down in either medium acid or alkaline juices. Therefore, they can be combined with either proteins or with starches.

                   

Rules :

     Eat fruits alone.  Fruits undergo no digestion in stomach, and mixing them with other food  will slow digestion of fruit and make fermentation possible.  This is true

     Eat melons** alone. They combine with almost no other food. OK

     Eat only one kind of protein food at a meal. Don’t mix milk* products with meat***** or poultry with eggs or rice and potatoes. Other protein combinations are fine.

     milk* does not combine well with other food and should be eaten alone Just not with meat***** or fruit, otherwise its finr to combine milk* with other food.

     Allow at least 3 hours between protein/starch meals NO

 Neutral food

(like raw vegetables,  vegetable oils,  butter, salads, fats, herbs, ) will break down in either medium acid or alkaline juices. Therefore, they can be combined with either proteins or with starches. Sure

 

 

Calories - diet

Definition   

A "diet" includes everything that is consumed. A well-balanced diet is based on scientific principles to provide sound nutrition, adequate intake of nutrients, and promote optimal health.

Energy has traditionally been expressed as calories or kilocalories. More recently, the units of energy have been changed to kilojoules. There are 4.2 kilojoules in 1 kilocalorie. For convenience, both units are shown on the chart. Someone having 2000 kilocalories each day would be having 8400 kilojoules, also known as 8.4 megajoules. The energy value of a food indicates its value to the body as a fuel. This may be less than the heat value obtained experimentally by 'burning' the food outside the body in what is called a 'bomb calorimeter'. The word 'energy' has been used here in the nutritional sense of 'provider of fuel' and not in the sense of providing zest and vitality. High-energy foods do not necessarily affect how we feel. Food products are sometimes promoted as mood-changers on the basis of their energy value, but this is simply a reflection of the double-meaning of 'energy'.After a food is ingested, some of its energy may be 'lost' during digestion and metabolism. Although the energy value of some foods has been found by combustion in a bomb calorimeter, more usually the amounts of the macronutrients - fat, protein, carbohydrateFind out more about this term and alcohol (ethanol) - in a food are taken into account when assessing the total energy value of the food. The energy value for each macronutrient must be known, and an allowance made for body losses. The first system for giving energy values to the macronutrients was described by Dr W. O. Atwater in 1899. Modified, the 'Atwater factors'Find out more about this term are:

 

kilojoules per gram

kilocalories per gram

Fat
Alcohol
Protein
Carbohydrate

37
29
17
16

9
7
4
4

 

The energy value of a particular food is calculated from a knowledge of macronutrient composition and the modified Atwater factors for these macronutrients. The energy values shown in the chart have been obtained with this approach.

Fat is the most energy-dense macronutrient, followed by alcohol, protein and carbohydrate. For example, one double Scotch has about twice as many kilocalories as a glass of soft drink; a glass of full-cream milk has about twice the kilocalories as a glass of soft drink or of skimmed milk Dietary fibre or roughage is not usually ascribed an energy value for humans, but it is now recognized that some dietary fibre components are used as fuels by the microflora (bacteria) of the gut, especially in the large intestine. Some of the products of dietary fibre digestion may provide energy for the gut lining and some may actually be absorbed for general bodily metabolism. Vitamins and elements have no energy value.

Energy requirement can be thought of as the amount needed to maintain the basic processes of life at rest, that is, basal metabolism, plus the amount needed for physical activity under a variety of circumstances. Body weight is an important factor in determining how much energy we need, since more energy will be needed to sustain and move a greater body mass.

You should refer to the charts of energy requirement according to age, sex and level of physical activity (Figures 11 and 12), together with the energy values of foods. However, remember that there is a great deal of individual variation in the efficiency with which ingested food energy is utilized for work by the body. If your body is relatively inefficient in its use of food energy, loss will occur in faeces and by relatively more heat production.

 

Functions   

All foods and liquids that are consumed contribute to the diet. They contribute energy and nutrients. The energy in food is measured in Calories. One (small) calorie is the amount of energy required to raise the temperature of 1 gram of water 1 degree Centigrade (from 14.5 to 15.5). Nutrition is measured in terms of (large) Calories; one Calorie (or kcal) is 1000 calories; this is the amount of energy required to raise one kilogram of water (about 2.2 pounds) one degree Centigrade.
A persons Caloric need is determined using a variety of mathematical equations. One’s age, height, current weight, desired weight and height are taken into account.

 

Side effects   

Daily Caloric Requirements

 2000 kilocalories= 8400 kilo joules= 8.4 megajoules

 Rda

men age 19-22 : energy /calories 12200 kilo joules  per day

men  age 22-50: 11100 KJ  per day

men age 50- 65: 10100 KJ per day

men 65 and o.lder : 8800 KJ per day

women:

 age  19-22: 9300 KJ per day

22-50: 8700 KJ per day

50-65 :8200 KJ per day

>65 : 7800 KJ per day

*Depending upon the heaviness of the activity, add 20-45 KJ per kg bodyweight per hour of activity
 

A pound is equivalent to 3500 calories. To over simplify, if you want to lose one pound per week, reduce your caloric consumption by 3500 calories per week. Consuming less than 1500 calories per day on a regular basis reduces the basal metabolic rate. When the metabolic rate is reduced, less calories can be consumed. Excess calories will be stored as fat. This is why it's important to combine exercise with diet in order to affect weight loss.

Your basal metabolic rate is the basic minimum number of calories that are required to maintain your body weight based on average body composition. To calculate your basal metabolic rate:

Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) = 10.8 * Weight (lbs) * 1.4

Generally, eating more than this number of calories increases weight and less than this number allows weight reduction. However, BMR does not take into account extremes of activity or inactivity. Therefore, BMR should be used as a approximation. Various activities will increase caloric requirements above the BMR. The following table shows the approximate amount of calories required for a 135 pound individual performing the following listed activity for 1 hour:

 

Activity

 

Calories Expended

Activity

Calories Expended

 

Aerobics

620=2597 KJ

Bicycling 12mph

620=2597 KJ

 

Running 5mph

500=2094 KJ

Ski Machine

550=2303 KJ

 

Walking 4mph

230=963 KJ

Swimming

470=1969 KJ

 

Soccer

370=1550 KJ

Stair Master

350=1466 KJ

 

 

1 calorie= 4.189 KJ

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Recommendations for limiting calories:

Too much of anything has its drawbacks, whether it be Calories, or a particular type of food. A well balanced diet with creativity and variety are best suited to your needs.

Food sources   

All foods are considered.

 

Diet - cholesterol

Definition   

A soft waxy substance that is present in all parts of the body including the nervous system, skin, muscle, liver, intestines, and heart. It is made by the body and obtained from animal products in the diet.

Functions   

Cholesterol is manufactured in the liver for normal body functions including the production of hormones, bile acid, and vitamin D. It is transported in the blood to be used by all parts of the body.

Side effects   

Excessive cholesterol contributes to atherosclerosis and subsequent heart disease. The risk of developing heart disease or atherosclerosis increases as the level of blood cholesterol increases.

Note: When speaking of nutrition, 1 Calorie = 1,000 calories or 1 kcal.

Recommendations   

Approximately 25% of the adult population in the U.S. has elevated blood cholesterol levels. More than half of the adult population has blood cholesterol levels that are higher than the "desirable" range, as specified by the medical community. Elevated cholesterol levels often begin in childhood. Some children may be at higher risk than others secondary to family history.

A total cholesterol level less than 200 milligrams per deciliter (mg/dl) is considered "desirable" because this level represents the least risk of heart disease. When the level is above 200 mg/dl the risk for coronary heart disease increases ("borderline high" cholesterol). People with levels greater than 240 mg/dl are at even greater risk ("high" cholesterol). Children who are identified to be at high risk should have two lipid profiles to confirm levels are elevated.

To lower high cholesterol levels, eat less than 30% of the total daily calories from fat. Of that 30%, less than one-third should be from saturated fat and not more than one-third should be from polyunsaturated fat. At least one-third of the total fat calories should be from monounsaturated fat. Less than 300 milligrams (mg) of dietary cholesterol per day should be consumed.

Recommendations for children’s diets are similar to those of adults. It is imperative that children’s caloric intake be adequate to support growth, activity level and that the child achieve and maintain a desirable body weight

The following two sample menus provide examples of an average American diet and a low-fat diet. The nutrient analysis shows that, for the same number of calories, a low-fat diet provides 190 mg of dietary cholesterol versus the 510 mg of dietary cholesterol of an average American diet.

AVERAGE AMERICAN DIET

LOW FAT DIET

TOTALS
Average American diet:

Low fat diet:

The sample menus demonstrate that because the fat is high in calories, the low-fat diet has a greater quantity of food than the typical American diet for the same 2,000 Calories.

The low fat diet example is too low in fat for small children to promote good growth. In addition, it may be difficult for them to consume such a large volume of food. Children should have a diet that is closer to thirty per cent of the calories from fat. Lower fat diets may be appropriate in some cases but require careful follow-up from a physician and dietitian.

 

Food sources   

Dietary cholesterol is present only in foods of animal origin (not in foods of plant origin).

Cholesterol is found in eggs, dairy products, meat, poultry, fish, and shellfish. Egg yolks and organ meats (liver, kidney, sweetbread, and brain) are high in dietary cholesterol. Fish generally contains less cholesterol than other meats, but some shellfish is high in cholesterol content. Foods of plant origin (vegetables, fruits, grains, cereals, nuts, and seeds) contain no cholesterol. Fat content is not a good measurement of cholesterol content. For example, liver and other organ meats are low in fat but very high in cholesterol.

 

Protein

 

Definition   

Proteins are complex organic compounds. The basic structure of protein is a chain of amino acids that contain carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and nitrogen. The presence of nitrogen differentiates protein from carbohydrate and fat. Amino acids are organic compounds that combine to form proteins.

 

Protein is an essential part of the diet. It is made up of various combinations of small organic chemicals called amino acidsFind out more about this term. When proteins are digested, amino acids are left. They are classified as either "essential" amino acids (which must be consumed in the diet), or "nonessential" amino acids (which can be made by the body from the essential amino acids).

When we eat food containing protein it is broken down during digestion into its constituent amino acids. These amino acids are absorbed by our bodies and are used to produce new proteins and other necessary substances. Our bodies can make some of the amino acids needed to manufacture proteins, but others must be obtained from the diet; these are the eight so-called 'essential' amino acids. In addition, one other amino acid is needed by infants during early growth and development.

Proteins form part of the structure of the body, so that a continual supply of amino acids is needed. Our bodies are able to put these basic amino acid units together, using different arrangements of amino acids, to produce specific proteins, which can only be produced if all the necessary amino acids are available.

The nutritional value of a protein food can be judged by its ability to provide both the quantity and number of essential amino acids needed by the body. Different food sources contain different groups of proteins, which are made up of different arrangements and amounts of amino acids. In general, proteins from animal sources are of greater nutritional value because they usually contain all the essential amino acids. Proteins from plant sources, such as cereals and vegetables, may be deficient in one or other of the essential amino acids. For example, the proteins obtained from wheat lack adequate quantities of one essential amino acid, and those from beans are deficient in another.

The body does not make more protein than usual when dietary protein is increased. The extra protein is broken down in the body and the amino acids are used for energy or turned into fat. A nutritionally balanced diet provides adequate protein. Even vegetarians are able to get enough protein if they eat the proper combination of plant proteins.

Functions   

Protein is the main component of muscles, organs, and glands. Every living cell and all body fluids, except bile and urine, contain protein. The cells of muscles, tendons, and ligaments are maintained with protein. Children and adolescents require protein for growth and development

 

 

Proteins are described as essential and nonessential proteins or amino acids. The human body requires approximately 20 amino acids for the synthesis of its proteins. The body can make only 13 of the amino acids; these are known as the nonessential amino acids. They are, in fact, essential but people do not have to get them from food we eat. There are 9 essential amino acids that are obtained only from food, and not made in the body.

If the protein in a food supplies enough of the essential amino acids, it is called a complete protein. If the protein of a food does not supply all the essential amino acids, it is called an incomplete protein.

Protein Deficiency Symptoms 
  A deficiency of protein in the diet can lead to muscle wasting, oedema, anaemiaFind out more about this term and, in children, a slowing or stopping of growth. These conditions are usually seen as a result of chronic protein malnutrition. Having an adequate energy intake (see Figure 11 and Figure 12) will almost always ensure an adequate protein intake.

Protein Overdose Symptoms

Higher levels of protein consumption appear to be neither beneficial nor harmful. However, it is possible that additional calciumFind out more about this term may be required to counterbalance an excessive protein intake. Also there is a higher load of protein breakdown products, which must be excreted by the kidneys.

A diet high in meat could cause an excessive saturated fat and cholesterol intake. Another potential problem is that a high-protein diet may put a strain on the kidneys. Extra waste matter, which is the end product of protein metabolism, is excreted in the urine.

Recommendations   


 

The recommended dietary intake (RDI) in Australia is one gram per kilogram of body weight per day. The protein intake for a 70-kilogram man is 70 grams and for a 58-kilogram woman, 58 grams per day. Growing children and pregnant and lactating women have a greater requirement for protein because of the additional needs of these conditions (see Figure 6). People who have had severe infections or surgery may require additional protein. Because of the margin of safety in the RDI for protein it is usually not necessary to increase protein intake for additional muscular activity such as required for heavy work or training.
The amount of protein eaten normally in the United States is more than is recommended. Approximately 20% of the total daily calories should come from protein. Two to three servings of protein-rich food will meet the daily needs of most adults.

The following are the recommended serving sizes for protein:

Select lean meat, poultry without skin, fish, and dry beans, lentils, and legumes often. These are the protein choices that are the lowest in fat. For more information, see the food guide pyramid.

 

Food sources   

Because the deficiency is different in each food, when they are eaten together they complement each other and the mixture is of higher nutritional value than the separate foods, and is as good as animal protein. It is important, particularly for strict vegetarians who do not consume dairy or egg products (see Figure 21), that a variety of different types of protein foods are eaten.

Cooking can alter the amino-acid composition of protein and this usually results in desirable flavour and browning development. Very little nutritional value is lost.

 

 

All meat and other animal products are sources of complete proteins. These include beef, lamb, pork, poultry, fish, shellfish, eggs, milk, and milk products.

Protein in foods such as grains, fruits, and vegetables are either low incomplete protein or lack one of the essential amino acids. These food sources are considered incomplete proteins. Plant proteins can be combined to include all of the essential amino acids and form a complete protein. Examples of combined, complete plant proteins are rice and beans, milk and wheat cereal, and corn and beans.

.

 


 

 

 

Carbohydrates

Carbohydrates can be divided into three main groups:

Sugars and starches in food are sources of energy.

Starches; Simple sugars; Sugars; Complex carbohydrates; Diet - carbohydrates; Simple carbohydrates

 

 

Definition   

A large group of sugars, starches, celluloses, and gums that contain carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen in similar proportions.

Food sources   

Complex carbohydrates are a good source of minerals, vitamins, and fiber. They are starches found in:

Simple carbohydrates also contain vitamins and minerals. They naturally occur in:

Simple carbohydrates are also found in processed and refined sugars such as:

Refined sugars provide calories, but lack vitamins, minerals, and fiber.

SUGARS

The main sugars in food are sucrose, glucose, fructose, maltose and lactose. Sucrose is obtained from sugar cane and is usually called 'sugar'. In addition, sucrose (as well as glucose and fructose) is found in fruit, fruit juices and honey. Besides providing energy, sugars also produce the sensation of sweetness. Each sugar contributes the same amount of energy (kilocalories) to our diet regardless of its sweetness. Different sugars are not equally sweet and the degree of sweetness of a food is often not a good indication of the amount of sugars present. For example, as shown in Figure 45, maltose is only half as sweet as sucrose.

                                                                                                    

FIGURE 45: SWEETNESS OF SUGARS RELATIVE TO SUCROSE

SUGAR

RELATIVE SWEETNESS

OTHER NAME

Sucrose
Glucose
Fructose
Lactose
Maltose
Sorbitol

1
0.7
1.1
0.4
0.5
0.5

Sugar
Grape sugar
Fruit sugar
Milk sugar
Malt sugar
-

 

Carbohydrates/ STARCH

Starch is the main form of carbohydrate in our food. It is present in a variety of cereals, vegetables and fruit, with major contributions from flour, potatoes and legumes (beans, peas). Starchy foods are usually cooked to improve digestibility and give a more desirable texture and flavour. During the ripening of fruit, starch is changed into sugars, which give sweetness to ripe fruits. In contrast to sugars, starch is often accompanied by significant amounts of other nutrients including dietary fibre. Starch has the same energy value as sugars. Health authorities are in agreement that we should increase our consumption of foods containing starch, such as wholegrain bread, cereals, fruits, vegetables and nuts.

 

 

Functions   

The primary function of carbohydrates is to provide energy for the body, especially the brain and the nervous system. The body breaks down starches and sugars into a substance called glucose, which is used for energy by the body.

Carbohydrate Overdose   

Excessive carbohydrates can cause an increase in the total caloric intake, causing obesity.

Carbohydrate Deficiency

A diet that does not contain carbohydrate can lead to muscle breakdown, ketosis and dehydration.

Deficient carbohydrates can cause a lack of calories (malnutrition), or excessive intake of fats to make up the calories.

Note: When speaking of nutrition, 1 Calorie = 1,000 calories or 1 kcal.

 

Recommendations    for CARBOHYDRATE INTAKE

There is no specific dietary requirement for carbohydrate because energy can also be derived from protein, fat and alcohol. This can be prevented by 50 to 100 grams of carbohydrate per day, but levels above this are desirable. Sources of complex carbohydrates, such as starch, are recommended as these often also provide necessary vitamins, elements (minerals) and dietary fibre.

 

 

It is recommended that 50 to 60% of our total calories come from carbohydrates, preferably from complex carbohydrates (starches) and naturally occurring sugars rather than processed or refined sugars.

High-sugar foods are simple carbohydrates that provide calories, but minimal nutritional benefits. Within this category, healthy choices include fruit and low-fat or skim milk.

To increase complex carbohydrates:

Ounce for ounce, starches contain the same number of calories as protein and less than half the calories of fat. Carbohydrates provide 4 Calories per gram, and fat provides 9 Calories per gram. Therefore, it is wise to limit processed and refined sugars.

Here are recommended serving sizes for foods high in carbohydrate:

For information about how many servings are recommended see the food guide pyramid.
 

Australians obtain 20 to 60 per cent of their total dietary energy from carbohydrate. Cellulose and some related substances are not used by our bodies as a significant source of energy. Nevertheless, these components are very important as, together with other indigestible substances, they constitute dietary fibre.


Here is a sample 2,000 Calorie menu of which 50 to 60% of its total calories are from carbohydrates:

Sugars are widely distributed in foods, particularly processed foods where their sweetness may sometimes be masked or hidden by other ingredients. Often the list of ingredients on the label will give an indication of the relative amount of sugar present. For a fuller discussion on sugars, see Sugars and Health.

The use of non-nutritive or artificial sweeteners can be used to make food and drink sweet without contributing significant amounts of energy. Although there is controversy about their safety, the most widely used artificial sweeteners are saccharin* and cyclamate. The label of any food or drink containing these sweeteners must indicate that they are present. An artificial sweetener recently approved by some health authorities is aspartame*. It has about the same energy value as sugar but because it is 180 times sweeter, very little needs to be used. The amount of aspartame providing sweetness equivalent to one teaspoon of sugar will only provide one-tenth of a kilocalorie.

3:  DIETARY FIBRE:

Dietary fibre is a term that refers to a group of food components that pass through the stomach and small intestine undigested and reach the large intestine virtually unchanged. Most other nutrients are digested and are being used in other parts of the body by this stage. During its passage through the large intestine some components of dietary fibre are broken down to varying degrees and absorbed by the body; the remaining components are excreted in the faeces.

To the extent that products of dietary fibre breakdown in the large intestine are absorbed, a small amount of energy is contributed, probably of the order of 13 kilojoules (3 kilocalories) per gram of dietary fibre ingested. Diets that are high in dietary fibre produce a slower rate of stomach emptying, and bulky faeces which pass more quickly through the large intestine.

The current attention being given to the role of dietary fibre in prevention of certain diseases is largely due to the observation that patterns of disease observed in Africa and Asia were different from those in Western countries. It was suggested that the dietary fibre content was associated with this difference. Although it is not yet proven, there is evidence to suggest that a diet high in dietary fibre can be of value for treating or preventing such disorders as constipation, irritable bowel syndrome, diverticular disease, hiatus hernia and haemorrhoids. Some components of dietary fibre may also be of value in reducing the level of cholesterol in blood and thereby decreasing a risk factor for coronary heart disease and the development of gallstones. Dietary fibre is beneficial in the treatment of some diabetics.

The actual role of dietary fibre in many of these disorders is not known. It may be that dietary fibre as such is not the major factor. When high dietary fibre foods are eaten, other foods, which may be responsible for the disease, are either reduced in quantity or completely excluded. For example, diets that are high in fibre tend to be low in energy and these diets can be useful in weight control. People who are grossly overweight (more than 130 per cent of desirable weight or with a body mass index of about 30 kilograms per square metre, see p. 17) are more prone to heart disease and diabetes.

The analysis of dietary fibre in food is very complex and only a limited number of foods have been examined in detail. Dietary fibre from different foods, and even different samples of the same food, contain varying quantities of the components that collectively make up dietary fibre. Each of these components has different biological properties and it is frequently not clear which of these is most beneficial. The different components of dietary fibre and their sources are shown in Figure 44.Foods of animal origin do not contain dietary fibre.

FIGURE 44: COMPONENTS OF DIETARY FIBRE

COMPONENT

SOURCE

 

Cellulose

All food plants

 

Hemicellulose

All food plants, especially cereal
bran

 

Pectin

Mainly fruit

 

Lignin

Mainly cereals and 'woody'
vegetables

 

Gums and some food
thickeners

Food additives in processed
foods

 

INTAKE OF DIETARY FIBRE

There is no recommended dietary intake (RDI) for fibre as such in Australia. However, the Australian Department of Health has among its dietary goals for Australians an increased intake of fruit, vegetables, bread and cereals, all of which are sources of dietary fibre. The greatest amount of dietary fibre in wheat is in the outer layer or bran, of the wheat grain. When white flour is produced, the bran layer is removed and the dietary-fibre content of the flour is greatly reduced. Flour made from whole grains contains about three times as much dietary fibre as white flour. It is probably reasonable to aim for a dietary fibre intake of between 35 and 45 grams per day (see Figure 5), compared with current intakes in Western countries of about 20 grams per day.

 
 
 

 

 

 

2:  W A T E R:

Water is perhaps the most essential of nutrients since we can do without it for only a short time - days at the outside. This is because, without an adequate flow of urine, waste products would build up in the body, and with the absence of moisture loss it would not be possible to regulate body temperature. However, we can obtain water from a number of sources, as can be seen by reference to Figure 18. Water may be taken as a beverage and as part of food; water is produced in our body cells following the metabolism (chemical breakdown) of fat, alcohol, protein and carbohydrate. Food usually provides more than half our daily water requirement.

The more water a food contains, the less energy dense it is, that is, water-rich foods have few kilocalories (or kilojoules) per 100 grams.

The need for water is influenced by environmental conditions. For example, in a hot climate a great deal of water can be lost not only as sweat, but also in expired air.

Making water supplies hygienic has contributed greatly to human health. More recently, the addition of fluoride to water supplies deficient in it has reduced dental decay. In Australia, nutritionists are encouraging people to drink water in preference to other beverages and to drink it in adequate amounts in dry conditions and with increased physical activity. It is sensible to have four or five glasses of 200 millilitres each day; by so doing, less energy and alcohol will be consumed. With that much water you'll be less thirsty for alcohol, coffee and other beverages and probably eat less food. Fluoride intake will be improved for many. Urine flow will increase and the risk of kidney stones decrease.

WATER INTAKE

Safe and adequate daily intake of water:

ALL SOURCES
(Millilitres)

DRINKS

Adult in a temperate climate

2500

1000
(800-1600)

Adult during exercise and thermal stress

up to
9000-10000

up to
6000-7000

Toxic level of intake

It is a most unusual event to be able to overload the body with water by drinking too much. The body compensates by increasing urine output. However, there can be an accumulation of body water in certain disease states. Occasionally, for psychological reasons, over-consumption of water does occur.

5:  PHENYLALANINE:

Phenylalanine is a small organic chemical belonging to a group of substances called amino acidsFind out more about this term. Amino acids are combined in nature to form proteins. When we eat foods containing proteins, the proteins are broken down during digestion into their constituent amino acids. Our bodies use some of these to make new proteins and other substances that are essential for life. Phenylalanine is one of the so-called 'essential' amino acids and must be obtained by the body from food. You can obtain all the essential amino acids by consuming a mixed diet containing the recommended intake of protein (see Chart 4 (Protein)).

However, there are some disorders in which the normal metabolism of amino acids is defective. These are genetically determined and can usually be detected soon after birth. Phenylketonuria (PKU) is an inherited defect in which phenylalanine is incompletely and abnormally metabolized. Unless detected and treated early this can lead to mental retardation. Tests to detect this disorder are routinely carried out on all new babies born in a hospital.

Treatment for PKU consists in strictly limiting the amount of phenylalanine in the diet. Because phenylalanine is an essential amino acid, its complete absence will retard growth and development. Therefore diets for PKU children restrict the amount of phenylalanine to a level that will allow both normal growth and normal intelligence. They must be planned in consultation with a doctor and a dietitian. A woman who was a PKU child and who subsequently becomes pregnant must restrict her phenylalanine intake during the pregnancy to avoid the possibility of damage to the baby.

PHENYLALANINE INTAKE

Only children who have phenylketonuria (PKU) must strictly control the foods they eat to ensure that they do not have an excessive intake of phenylalanine. This must be under the supervision of a dietitian or doctor. The chart gives the approximate amount of phenylalanine in a variety of foods.

 

 

 Step 3.Take supplements to kill the fungus.

 

What are the rules for taking supplements/vitamins/cleanses/med./herbs ?

Take antifungals on empty stomach, and then wait a while (two hours to 15 minutes) before taking probiotics. Probiotics are necessary to occupy place that antifungals free. If probiotics are not taken, strains of Candida that are resistant to antifungal will proliferate and antifungal will be ineffective. After taking probiotics wait a while (15 minutes to half hour) before eating to give time for probiotics to occupy free space.

Take individual vitamins at a different time of day than your multivitamin. (For instance, take the multi in the morning and all of your individual vitamins together in the evening.) This helps you absorb them better.

Betaine HCl and digestive enzymes can be taken together with vitamins and AFs, and they help absorption of vitamins and effectiveness of antifungals (changing pH value of GI tract favorable). 

 

 

 

 

    If you cheat on the diet (while taking anti-fungals) it can make yeast* more resistant to anti-fungals.  Basically, when you take anti-fungals you kill off weaker strains of yeast*s while the harder strains remain. If you cheat on diet, you feed the yeast* and the harder strains will proliferate. To get rid of those yeast*s that remain you will need different (stronger) anti-fungal. If you cheat on the diet, you can finish feeling worse than at the beginning of treatment.

Therefore, do not cheat on diet while taking anti-fungals. Wait on taking the anti-fungals until you are serious about the diet. 

 

 What is pulse regime (rotation regime) for anti-fungals?

Candida albicans is very adaptable organism: it can adapt to exposure to almost any  anti-fungal by means of mutation.  The utilization of a rotational method of taking anti-fungals  undermines their adaptive survival mechanisms. Candida simple cannot mutate quickly enough to keep up with the constantly changing array of substances that they are being exposed to.

 

AF

Description

Garlic (Allium sativum)

can be used in supplement form or eaten as a food. Garlic has been shown to be effective against many Candida strains by damiging the structure and integrity of the yeast* cell walls.
The most effective form of garlic as antifungal is raw garlic.Garlic must be chewed in the mouth or minced before eating to be effective. Allicin, one of the key compounds in garlic, is believed to provide many of its antimicrobial benefits. It is formed when bulb is crushed. However, it is very unstable, and there are many garlic supplements that do not have the advertised amounth of allicin. Garlic is one of the richest food sources of germanium. Parsley and/or fennel can be taken to reduce the strong odor associated with its use.

Colloidal Silver

 

Hydrogen Peroxide

used for oral thrush.

Pau d'arco (Tabebuia impetiginosa)

Pau d'arco bark, is known for its antiviral, diuretic, and mild anti-fungal properties. Pau d'arco is obtained from a tropical tree native to Brazil. . While Pau d'arco is recommended for treating Candida, it is harsh for your intestines (aggravate LGS).  If you have LGS symptoms other anti-fungals are better solution.

  gentian violet

used for oral thrush.

Grapefruit seed Extract (GSE)

GSE is effective and cheap antifungal. It is a very bitter oil that is extracted from the seeds of grapefruit*.  Does not have any side effects, except  killing good microflora to certain extent. It is different from grape seed extract. Liquid undiluted form of GSE is more effective then tablets, especially for oral thrush. First, you HAVE to dilute GSE in water (undiluted GSE can burn your skin or intestines), than swish it around your mouth and then swallow it. Dosage will vary, start with smaller doses in the beginning. 

Rutabaga (Brassica napus)

The Rutabaga, also known as Swede or Swedish turnip is excellent anti-fungal, especially for oral thrush. This yellowish root can be eaten raw, baked or boiled.

Tanalbit

 a nonprescription intestinal anti-fungal. It is made from natural tannins (resins found in tea) and zinc.

Nystatin 

Prescription only. 

Diflucan

Prescription only. Can be very tough on the liver, therefore it's important to monitor liver***** function, especially if you take it for prolonged period. Do not take with erythromycins and some antihistamines. 

Nizoral (or Ketoconazole)

This prescription anti-fungal medication can be effective against a broad spectrum of yeast* organisms, but can also cause liver***** problems. Do not take with erythromycins and some antihistamines.

Lamisil

 Prescription only

Sporanox

Prescription only. Can be very tough on the liver, therefore it's important to monitor liver***** function, especially if you take it for prolonged period.

Amphotericin B

Amphotericin B is a prescription antifungal drug, usually applied intravenously to treat a variety of life-threatening fungal infections.

Undecylenic acid

an acid found naturally in the human body, although it's produced commercially by the vacuum distillation of castor bean oil. It has been shown that  undecylenic acid is as much as six times more effective then  caprylic acid is killing Candida. Brand name of undecylenic acid is SF722 produced by Thorne Research. (very good).

Caprylic acid

is a medium-chain naturally-occurring fatty acid with anti-fungal properties. Works only in intestinal tract. Coats**** the intestinal tract and kills Candida on contact. It is easily absorbed into the intestinal membrane and can kill Candida that's permeat*****ed into the tissues. The body naturally produces small amounts of this fatty acid, and it is also found in butter, coconut and palm oils. Therapeutic doses, however, must be deliver*****ed by means of supplementation.

Tea Tree Oil (TTO)

 

Oregano

 is a pungent herb of the mint family. Contains a variety of antifungal substances and is recommended for Candida patients to spice their food with it.

Propolis

 

Aqua Flora

 

Olive Leaf Extract

 

Black Walnut

is used to rid the body of both parasites and yeast*s. Also, it is a rich  source of chromium, iodine, and tannin. Should not be used by nursing women, because it stops lactation.

Aloe vera

 is a bitter herb used for GI problems, and sometimes is recommended as AF. Experience with Aloe vera as AF is usually not positive and Aloe vera can aggravate LGS.

 What antifungals are recommended for specific parts of the body?

 

This list was a joined effort of YEAST*-L.

 

STOMACH  (take orally):

 

     Caprylic Acid

     Betaine HCL

     Garlic (fresh)

     Grapefruit seed Extract (GSE)

     liquid Oil of Oregano (O3)

     Pau d' Arco

     Nystatin (prescription)

 

 INTESTINES  (take orally):

 

enteric coated capsules of:

 

     Garlic

     Oil of Oregano (O3)

     Turmeric

     Tanalbit

     Soil Based Organisms (SBO's) / Homeostatic Soil Organisms (HSO's)

     Nystatin (prescription)

     Diflucan (prescription)

     enemas/colonics with antifungals

 

 

VAGINA:

 

     Monistat / Gyne-Lotrimin creams

     whole Garlic gloves inserted (don't forget the thread)

     Tea Tree Oil douche or suppositories

 

Douches/combinations of:

 

     Echinacea

     Pau d' Arco

     Yarrow

     Marshmallow

     Barberry

 

Take orally:

 

     TanaFem (plant tannins)

     Diflucan (prescription)

     Lamisil (prescription)

     Gentian Violet (uncertain how it's used)

 

SKIN (apply directly to the problem skin area):

 

     liquid Grapefruit seed Extract (GSE), diluted in water

     Colloidal Silver (CS), undiluted

     Tea Tree Oil

     liquid Oil of Oregano (O3)

 

SINUSES (spray into nostrils):

 

     nasal sprays containing Grapefruit seed Extract (GSE) or Colloidal Silver (CS)

     nasal irrigations containing GSE, CS, or Nystatin (prescription)

 

SYSTEMIC (take orally):

 

     liquid Oil of Oregano (O3)

     Grapefruit seed Extract (GSE)

     Colloidal Silver (CS)

     Ozone

     Hydrogen Peroxide

     Magnesium Peroxide

     Diflucan (prescription)

     Lamisil (prescription)

     Sporanox (prescription)

     Monolaurin / Lauricidin

     SF 722

     Barbarine

     Viracin

     Oxygen (exercise, breathing, supplements)

 

 

Foods known to have anti-fungal properties such as garlic, onions, broccoli****, cabbage****, kale****, collards,

                   brussels sprouts***, olive and flax oils, cinnamon and cloves

. Other products that can help eliminate and control Candida overgrowth include grapefruit seed extract, caprylic acid, garlic, and pau d'arco. Agents that may reduce the amount of yeast* in the body include capryllic

                      acid, grapefruit seed extract, betaine hydrochloride, peppermint oil, oregano

                      oil, lavender oil, tea tree oil, barberry, red thyme, pau d'arco also called

                      lapacho, and garlic. However, the scientific foundation for the use of these

                      treatments is weak, and the appropriate dosage of each has not been

                      determined. Some of these treatments may be toxic if taken to excess or

                      for prolonged periods.

 

. .     Undecylenic acid

                         an acid found naturally in the human body, although it's produced commercially by the vacuum distillation of castor bean oil. It

                           has been shown that  undecylenic acid is as much as six times more effective then  caprylic acid is killing Candida. Brand

                                           name of undecylenic acid is SF722 produced by Thorne Research. (very good).

 If you want to try this on your own, these two items are available at any

            health food store.

One of the systems that you must support is the digestive system, because of the damage the yeast* does to the intestinal tract. To support this

          system take two capsules of Proactazyme plant enzymes with every meal. Take at the beginning of the meal. Bifidophilus Flora Force (see

          below) is also essential to support the digestive system. ( see step 6)

                   Natural Antifungals'. Restoring healthy intestinal ecology with high potency Lactobacilus powders

                   and liquids, probiotics such as garlic, ginger etc.

 

 

     In conjunction with the Candida Diet described above, you should also take one or more of the following supplements to kill the fungus:

   

 

 

   CANDIDA CONTROL MEDICINES AND SUPPLEMENTS.

  What anti-fungals are recommended?

 

 

 

           AF

                                                                   Description

   Garlic (Allium sativum)

                          can be used in supplement form or eaten as a food. Garlic has been shown to be effective against many Candida strains by

                                                  damiging the structure and integrity of the yeast* cell walls.

                         The most effective form of garlic as antifungal is raw garlic.Garlic must be chewed in the mouth or minced before eating to be

                          effective. Allicin, one of the key compounds in garlic, is believed to provide many of its antimicrobial benefits. It is formed

                          when bulb is crushed. However, it is very unstable, and there are many garlic supplements that do not have the advertised

                          amounth of allicin. Garlic is one of the richest food sources of germanium. Parsley and/or fennel can be taken to reduce the

                                                           strong odor associated with its use

(s3)Garlic remedies were first recorded 5000 years ago. The Egyptians prescribed it for high blood pressure, lice, skin troubles, worms, intestinal disorders, ulcers, and respiratory diseases. It is a nutrient rich plant that can be high in selenium, germanium, sulfur containing amino acids and compounds.
The distinctive odor and taste of garlic are attributed to allicin. It's antibacterial action is equivalent to 1% of penicillin. It has been used for all forms of infections, eye, ear, nose, throat, intestinal, skin, etc. It is effective against 20 varieties of fungi, including Athlete's Foot. It has been used effectively in the treatment of candidiasis and for thrush lesions. It has also been demonstrated to be effective in increasing HDL-cholesterol (the beneficial type) and lowering LDL-cholesterol. It contains anti-coagulant substances that can thin out the blood and help prevent heart disease and strokes, and lower blood pressure. Germanium was discovered by Japanese scientist Dr. Kazuhiko Asai, who stated that Germanium was "a health-giving substance - it restores health to those afflicted with disease and sustains health in those who are healthy.... Where body cells lack oxygen, indispensable to life, a gradual decline in function is inevitable and the fire of life will reduce until it is extinguished". Although Germanium has been studied and noted for it's remarkable iummune-boosting, analgesic, anti-tumor, and liver*****-restoring powers, many of our customers report it's energizing effects as well. This is because it acts at a fundamental level of life function. Dr. Asai suggested that it can, at least partially, substitute for or supplement oxygenation in tissue, because its unique chemical structure strongly attracts and absorbs ("delocalizes") electrons. This facilitates energy generation from high-energy electrons, analogous to the well-understood role of oxygen as an "electron sink" essential for energy-yielding electron transfer processes.  Also see our Germanium Topic for more information.

(s3,s4,s6,s7) (cc) ginger (probiotic) Ginger Root (Zinziber officinalis) possesses anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, and immune stimulatory properties

Medicinal Action: Ginger oil treats colds, fevers, appetite loss, indigestion, nausea, and genital, urinary and lung infections, and is anti-inflammatory. It makes a warming liniment. It destroys many types of intestinal parasites. Studies show it increases drug and herb absorption, normalizes blood pressure and helps protect the liver. It helps to break fevers; stimulant; carminative; diaphoretic; aids in utilization of other herbs.  It is used for nausea, motion sickness, and digestive problems.   If you feel sick to your stomach or nauseated, ginger tea and/or peppermint oil (2 drops in a small glass of water) may help. (niet innemen, alleen aan ruiken)

 

 

 

Principal Actions Of Ginger

Adaptogenic                    Antioxidant
Antitoxic                           Bioavailability enhancement
Cytoprotection                 Eicosanoid balance
Enzyme activity                Probiotic support
Serotonergic                    Systemic stimulant

Demonstrated Effects

Analgesic             Antibacterial                  Anticarthartic

Antidiabetic          Antiemetic                     Antifungal

Anthelmintic         Anti-inflammatory          Antimutagenic

Antithrombic         Antitumor                      Antitussive

Antiulcer               Antiviral                        Hypocholesteremic

Immune supportive                                   Thermoregulatory

It is virtually impossible to define and explain all of this plant's complex actions and their effects. The above list is by no means a complete listing, just some of the more intense properties.

To take an example of one of the complexities of ginger: zingibain, one of ginger's constituents, improves digestion and contributes to antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effects. It can also enhance other antibacterials such as antibiotics by up to 50%. It also digests parasites and their eggs.

One of ginger's most valuable effects is its ability to reduce inflammation by neutralizing free radicals which contribute to inflammation.

It is also an important antioxidant with more than 12 constituents superior to vitamin C.

Remedy For:

A wide variety of conditions are helped by this plant.

Arthritis - working similar to aspirin, ginger reduces inflammatory eicosanoids without the side effects of other anti-inflammatory drugs and NSAIDS.

Heart and circulatory problems - thromboxans are a major cause of clogged arteries. While many doctors today recommend a daily intake of aspirin to remedy this build-up, a group of Cornell Medical School researchers found ginger to be as effective as aspirin. (See N.E. Journal of Medicine, 1980). Numerous studies have supportedthis finding since 1980. In addition, it was found that ginger's antioxidant constituents strengthened the cardiac muscle, while studies in Japan and India have shown that ginger lowers serum cholesterol levels by interfering with cholesterol biosynthesis.

Fever reducer - because of its remarkable thermoregulatory properties, ginger can assist in lowering a fever. It is also helpful in alleviating chills caused by colds as it warms the body. Its antibacterial/antiviral effects help reduce the incidence of colds altogether.

Ulcers - drugs on the market today include a class called H-2 receptor antagonists (pepcid, Zantac, Tagamet, and Cimetidine). Research compared ginger to Cimetidine and found they both reduced irritation to the digestive tract. The drugs only suppressed the problem. Ginger has a balancing ability which allows it to protect while it stimulates and inhibits toxic bacteria while allowing friendly bacteria to grow. It can assist in a variety of eliminative functions.

Anti-nauseant - ginger is best known for its ability to treat nausea and is being used more frequently in the travel industry. It is beginning to be used to combat the nausea and vomiting occurring with chemotherapy, pregnancy, and post operative conditions.

Carrier herb - a carrier herb is one that can enhance the absorption of other herbs. By its presence another herb can be made more effective. Ginger is one of the best carrier herbs around. Studies have shown that it may assist digestive absorption by up to 200%.

Further research is looking into ginger's anti-cancer properties, and immune enhancement properties.

Parts of the Plant Used

Traditional Chinese Medicine considers the four different forms of ginger: fresh, dried, roasted, and steamed each be used for their own separate purposes. The fresh rhizome is good for hot compresses, a culinary spice and medicinal tea. Fresh ginger can be added to juices, soups and stews. The root can be ground up and added to many different recipies.

 

 

 

        Pau d'arco (also known as lapacho or taheebo) contains an antibacterial , anti parasitic and antifungal agent,

        And it has  an alkaloid base and a small percentage of people may not benefit from its

        use. If you do not benefit from this tea, try clove tea instead. It is a good idea to alternate

        between the two, because dove tea has some benefits that pau d'arco does not have and vice

        versa.

(t) lapacho thee To make pau d'arco tea, boil 1 quart of distilled water with 2 tablespoons of herb for hve

        minutes. Cool and store it in the refrigerator with the tea leaves in. Strain before drinking, if

        needed. Drink 3 to 6 cups daily.

Maitake tea is also a good

        alternative. While pau d'arco must be boiled, maitake is prepared as a regular tea. Resistant

        strains of candida develop rapidly due to genetic mutation. Rotating treatment programs is

        beneficial.

 

 

 

(z) kefir (kills fungus , helps immunesystem,  helps digestive system , replaces intestinal flora with friendly bacteria)

 

 

Kefir digests yeast* cells and has a beneficial

     effect on the intestinal flora". Because kefir also

offers an abundance of calcium and magnesium, which are also important

minerals  for a healthy nervous system, kefir in the diet can have a

particularly profound calming  effect on the nerves. Kefir's ample supply of

phosphorus, the second most abundant mineral in our bodies, helps utilize

carbohydrates, fats, and proteins for cell growth, maintenance and energy.

Kefir is rich in Vitamin B1, B12, calcium, amino acids, folic acid and

Vitamin K Vitamin K is necessary for the formation of prothrombin, needed for blood coagulation, and it helps increase strength of capillaries.  Signs of deficiency include lack of prothrombin, with an increase in the tendency to hemorrhage and a tendency to bleed and bruise easily.
     The natural forms of vitamin K are K-1 and K-2. K-1 occurs in green plants, and K-2 is derived from petrified fish meal.  There is no known toxicity for humans for either of these, whereas the synthetic K-3, menadione, has been found to have possible toxicity in excessive doses.
     Recommended amounts are infants: 12-20 mcg; children: 15-100 mcg; adults: 300-500 mcg.

It is an excellent source of biotin, a B Vitamin that aids the

body's assimilation of other B Vitamins, such as folic acid, pantothenic

acid, and B12. Biotin is a B Vitamin which when ingested stops yeast* from being converted to the fungal state. This is very important therapy because once yeast* is converted to the fungal state, it forms tendrils which poke holes in the intestines allowing toxins to enter the bloodstream

Kefirís friendly cultures also produce specific antibiotic substances,

     which can control undesirable microorganisms and act as an

     anti-carcinogenic factor.

     Kefir culture produces a series of natural proteins and protein

     fragments, called peptides, that may have an inhibitory effect on less

     desirable bacteria.

 

Propolis is a truly remarkable substance. It is the sticky substance that covers the young buds on trees, combined with bee secretions. It has been found to have antibacterial, antiviral, and antifungicidal activity, and even enhances the immune response. It has very powerful anesthetic properties which are superior to cocaine, without side effects. The human body does not develop tolerance to its effectiveness! Bees gather the substance and use it to maintain a sterile environment in the hive. Propolis is being used in scientific studies throughout the world with excellent results for tonsillitis, ulcers, acne, pain (especially dentistry), sore throats****, dry coughs, bronchial asthma, bronchitis, laryngitis, urinary system inflammations, warts, abscesses, eczema and even neuropsychiatric problems. We have an excellent book on PROPOLIS from Paris by Doctor Ives Donadieu. Propolis is available in tablets, capsules, extracts, creams, and raw - straight from the bee hive. (propolis: also fungus killer)  - propolis a medicine used by Hypocrat, produced by the bees                      One preliminary study suggests bee propolis may be helpful for treating

                      vaginal infections.15

 (i)Beehealth

Propolis 1000mg 

hars, etherische olien,  bijenwas en bioflavonoiden. Anti oxidatieve werking + bevorderen behoud van optimaal immuunsysteem.

 

1-4 tabletten per dag

 

Zonnatura:

 

’s morgens 2 tabletten met water innemen

 

(v)tea tree oil  tea tree oil is an effective antiseptic, active

                      against many bacteria and fungi, including some that are resistant to

                      antibiotics.1,2 It also possesses a penetrating quality that may make it

                      particularly useful for treating infected wounds. However, it is probably not

                      effective as an oral antibiotic. To prevent reinfection, replace your toothbrush every thirty days. (or disinfect with tea tree oil). This is a good preventive

        measure against both fungal and bacterial infections of the mouth.

 

Tea tree oil is helpful in treating topical outbreaks of Candida. It is most useful for hard to

                    treat outbreaks such those occurring vaginally or on the feet.

 

 

 

 

Do not do this:

Candida Albicans -Dilute one drop of Tea Tree Oil in an

                          eight ounce glass of water,juice or herb tea. Drink this mixture

                          once per day for one week. The next week use two drops of

                          Tea Tree Oil in the liquid. Each week thereafter increase the

                          amount by one drop until you reach a maximum of five drops

                          of Tea Tree Oil per day. Continue to take five drops of Tea

                          Tree Oil in eight ounces of liquid for two months.

 

(x) oregano oil Spice oils are often good fungus fighters, but oregano is king. It kills Candida on contact both

                    internally and topically. As well, it boosts the immune system to help the body fight Candida,

                    parasites and other infections.

         Oregano

                          is a pungent herb of the mint family. Contains a variety of antifungal substances and is recommended for Candida patients to

                                                               spice their food with it. Oregano is an herb of the mint family which has exhibited phenomenal anti-yeast* properties. An article in the Journal for Applied Nutrition in 1995 (47:96-101) presented scientific studies showing its effectiveness. Dr. Jonathon Wright, M.D. of Kent Washington uses Oregano in his practice and finds it as effective as Nystatin.

. However, the scientific foundation for the use of these

                      treatments is weak, and the appropriate dosage of each has not been

                      determined. Some of these treatments may be toxic if taken to excess or

                      for prolonged periods.

     liquid Oil of Oregano (O3)

 

 (dd) pepermintoil Test tube studies have found antifungal properties from numerous other

                      herbs, including the tropical tree Tabeuia avellanedae,16 garlic extracts,

                      17,18,19 the plant alkaloid berberine sulfate,20 and essential oils of various

                      plants, including cinnamon, eucalyptus, lemongrass, palmarosa, and

                      peppermint.21,22,23 However, it is a long way from such studies to proof of

                      safety and effectiveness in people. Smelling peppermint oil (2 drops in a small glass of water) helps against nausea.

 

 

(s3)(ff) lavender oil Agents that may reduce the amount of yeast* in the body

(s3)(gg)red thyme (oil) Agents that may reduce the amount of yeast* in the body

 

(s3)(mm)cinnamon, antifungal properties

(s3)(nn)eucalyptus, antifungal properties

(s3)(oo)lemongrass, antifungal properties

(s3)(ii)palmarosa  antifungal properties

(s3)(hh) sage tea

                                Sage (Salvia officinalis). Sage contains a mixture of

                        anti-candida compounds. You could take sage tea as a beverage or

                        use it as an astringent douche. If you're using it as a douche, you

                        might add a drop or two of teatree oil, a potent anti-yeast* herbal

                        product.

 (s3)(ccc) clove tea contains an antibacterial and antifungal agent

(s3,s4,s5,s6,d7,d8) (t) lapacho thee contains an antibacterial and antifungal agent

 

(s3) (ee)sageoil May be beneficial in regulating cells, hormonal imbalance, menopause problems, PMS, menstrual cramps (minimizes the pain), itching and irritation of herpes and candida outbreaks, infections, exhaustion, nerves, mental strain, hostility, strengthening the immune system, sore throat, bronchitis, cholesterol, debility, genitals, hemorrhoids, frigidity, last stages of labor (may intensify contractions), seborrhea, hair loss, scalp massage, acne (may be extremely good for skin), blood pressure, childbirth (may get contractions going), antispasmodic (may soothe asthma attacks), sedative, claustrophobia,hyperactivity, nightmares. In mid-life crisis it may exert a balancing influence. Use in times of persogal challenges or change, especially external stress and pressure. Aromatic influence : calming, may enhance the dream state and bring about a feeling of euphoria.

 

Other candida killers that I am aware of include black walnut       Black Walnut

                          is used to rid the body of both parasites and yeast*s. Also, it is a rich  source of chromium, iodine, and tannin. Should not be

                                                     used by nursing women, because it stops lactation.

 

 

 

(s3) Calendula Flower / Calendula oil (Calendula officinalis, goudsbloem, marigold) Anti-inflammatory; astringent; styptic; anti-fungal; emmenagogue; cholagogue; topically for wounds, ulcers, burns,abscesses: as a herb, as a drink (marigold tea / goudsbloem thee),  as a supplement calendula oil (topical)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(s3)Anti fungals:

 

(s3)Food/ herbs /spices

(vv) garlic Garlic has been shown to be effective against many Candida strains by

                                                  damiging the structure and integrity of the yeast* cell walls.

                         The most effective form of garlic as antifungal is raw garlic. Garlic is believed to provide many of its antimicrobial benefits. It is formed

                          when bulb is crushed. However, it is very unstable, and there are many garlic supplements that do not have the advertised

                          amounth of allicin. Garlic is one of the richest food sources of germanium. Parsley and/or fennel can be taken to reduce the

                                                           strong odor associated with its use

(ww)onions anti-fungal properties

 

(yy) oregano a variety of antifungal substances. It kills Candida on contact both

                    internally and topically. As well, it boosts the immune system to help the body fight Candida,

                    parasites and other infections. Dr. Jonathon Wright, M.D. of Kent Washington uses Oregano in his practice and finds it as effective as Nystatin.

 

(mm)cinnamonantifungal

(kkk) sage Sage contains a mixture of

                        anti-candida compounds.   

(zz) thyme Agents that may reduce the amount of yeast* in the body

 

 (hhh) cloves contains an antibacterial and antifungal agent

 

(s3, s4, s6,s7) (cc) ginger (probiotic) Ginger Root (Zinziber officinalis) possesses anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, and immune stimulatory properties

Medicinal Action: Ginger oil treats colds, fevers, appetite loss, indigestion, nausea, and genital, urinary and lung infections, and is anti-inflammatory. It makes a warming liniment. It destroys many types of intestinal parasites. Studies show it increases drug and herb absorption, normalizes blood pressure and helps protect the liver. It helps to break fevers; stimulant; carminative; diaphoretic; aids in utilization of other herbs.  It is used for nausea, motion sickness, and digestive problems.   If you feel sick to your stomach or nauseated, ginger tea and/or peppermint oil (2 drops in a small glass of water) may help. (niet innemen, alleen aan ruiken)

 

(s3) Calendula Flower / Calendula oil (Calendula officinalis, goudsbloem, marigold) Anti-inflammatory; astringent; styptic; anti-fungal; emmenagogue; cholagogue; topically for wounds, ulcers, burns,abscesses: as a herb, as a drink (marigold tea / goudsbloem thee),  as a supplement calendula oil (topical)

 

 

 

 

 

(s3)cooking + salad oils

 

drinks / herbs/ spices

(s3) (t) lapacho tea  (also known as pau d’arco  or taheebo) contains an antibacterial, anti parasitic and antifungal agent, alkaloid base, Pau-d'arco contains

                        the anti-yeast* compounds lapachol and beta-lapachone, according to

                        Dr. Murray, Dr. Pizzorno and other researchers. Lapachol is the

                        weaker of the two, but its anti-yeast* action is still comparable to that

                        of the prescription anti-yeast* medication ketaconazole (Nizoral). To make pau d'arco tea, boil 1 quart of distilled water with 2 tablespoons of herb for 5

        minutes. Cool and store it in the refrigerator with the tea leaves in. Strain before drinking, if

        needed. Drink 3 to 6 cups daily. Resistant

        strains of candida develop rapidly due to genetic mutation. Rotating treatment programs is

        beneficial. (maitake or clovetea)

(s3)(z) kefir (kills fungus , helps immunesystem,  helps digestive system , replaces intestinal flora with friendly bacteria)

 digests yeast* cells and has a beneficial

     effect on the intestinal flora". Because kefir also

offers an abundance of calcium and magnesium, which are also important

minerals  for a healthy nervous system, kefir in the diet can have a

particularly profound calming  effect on the nerves. Kefir's ample supply of

phosphorus, the second most abundant mineral in our bodies, helps utilize

carbohydrates, fats, and proteins for cell growth, maintenance and energy.

Kefir is rich in Vitamin B1, B12, calcium, amino acids, folic acid and

Vitamin K.  It is an excellent source of biotin, a B Vitamin that aids the

body's assimilation of other B Vitamins, such as folic acid, pantothenic

acid, and B12. Biotin is a B Vitamin which when ingested stops yeast* from being converted to the fungal state. This is very important therapy because once yeast* is converted to the fungal state, it forms tendrils which poke holes in the intestines allowing toxins to enter the bloodstream

Kefirís friendly cultures also produce specific antibiotic substances,

     which can control undesirable microorganisms and act as an

     anti-carcinogenic factor.

     Kefir culture produces a series of natural proteins and protein

     fragments, called peptides, that may have an inhibitory effect on less

     desirable bacteria.

 

 

 

(s3) (ccc) clove tea contains an antibacterial and antifungal agent

(hh) sage tea Sage (Salvia officinalis). Sage contains a mixture of

                        anti-candida compounds.   

(ttt) lavender tea ***** (except #5)antifungal

 

(s3, s4, s5, s5, s7,s8)(ppp) Herbal teas  # 5Pau d’Arco tea, Twig tea, Bachu tea #4 idem + Herbal teas (except mint and chamomile), jasmine tea, DX tea#3 +2 idem + green tea and  dandelion coffee#1 Herbal teas, jasmine tea, DX tea, green tea, Dandelion coffee***Nettle Leaf (Urtica diocia) Nutritive herb, specific for childhood and nervous eczema. Rich in iron, silica and potassium. For anemia. Diuretic; galactagogue; anti-histamine for hayfever and allergies

Iron : Licorice, nettle

Silica; nettle tea

Potassium: nettle

Antifungal: cinnamon tea, ginger tea, marigold tea, lapacho tea, clove tea, sage tea

 

 

 

(s3)essential oils

(v)tea tree oil tea tree oil is an effective antiseptic, active

                      against many bacteria and fungi, including some that are resistant to

                      antibiotics.1,2 It also possesses a penetrating quality that may make it

                      particularly useful for treating infected wounds. However, it is probably not

                      effective as an oral antibiotic.

 Tea tree oil is helpful in treating topical outbreaks of Candida. It is most useful for hard to

                    treat outbreaks such those occurring vaginally or on the feet.

 

 (x) oregano oil Spice oils are often good fungus fighters, but oregano is king. It kills Candida on contact both

                    internally and topically. As well, it boosts the immune system to help the body fight Candida,

                    parasites and other infections.

(s3) (dd) pepermintoil If you feel sick to your stomach or nauseated, ginger tea and/or smelling peppermint oil (2 drops in a small glass of water) may help. May reduce the amount of yeast* in the body

 

(ff) lavender oil May reduce the amount of yeast* in the body

 

(ee)sage oil Sage (Salvia officinalis). Sage contains a mixture of

                        anti-candida compounds

(lll) cinnamon oilantifungal

 

(ff) lavender oil Agents that may reduce the amount of yeast* in the body

(gg)red thyme (oil) Agents that may reduce the amount of yeast* in the body

(nn)eucalyptus, antifungal properties

(oo)lemongrass, antifungal properties

(ii)palmarosa  antifungal properties

ginger oil antifungal properties

 

dd. Camphor (oil distilled from bark and leaves)

Cinnamomum camphora

Stimulant, diaphoretic, insecticide, vulnerary, antiseptic

Eases muscle aches, asthma and coughing due to colds and flu, used as an insect repellent

2-boranone

Lauraceae

China, Japan

 

 

(s3)Supplements:

(j)knoflook garlic is believed to provide many of its antimicrobial benefits. It is formed

                          when bulb is crushed. However, it is very unstable, and there are many garlic supplements that do not have the advertised

                          amounth of allicin. Garlic is one of the richest food sources of germanium. Parsley and/or fennel can be taken to reduce the

                                                           strong odor associated with its use

 

(i)Beehealth

Propolis is a truly remarkable substance. It is the sticky substance that covers the young buds on trees, combined with bee secretions. It has been found to have antibacterial, antiviral, and antifungicidal activity, and even enhances the immune response. It has very powerful anesthetic properties which are superior to cocaine, without side effects. The human body does not develop tolerance to its effectiveness!

 

(ll) grapefruit*seed extract

Voor de behandeling van chronische Candida infecties worden allerlei (soms exotische) middelen aangeraden. Een aantal ervan zijn huis-tuin-en-keuken middelen: verse knoflook (dat bevat de werkzame component allicine), grapefruitzaad   extract (met name voor de behandeling van spruw), oregano olie (bevat een verscheidenheid aan antischimmel eigenschappen) en tanalbit (een antischimmelmiddel dat zonder recept verkregen kan worden en dat wordt gewonnen uit natuurlijke tanninen die in thee voorkomen) (Internet pagina' s 2, 4 en 5).

Grapefruit seed extract - As directed on label. Always dilute before use - Rids the

        body of potentially harmful microorganisms.                      Agents that may reduce the amount of yeast* in the body include capryllic

                      acid, grapefruit seed extract, betaine hydrochloride, peppermint oil, oregano

                      oil, lavender oil, tea tree oil, barberry, red thyme, pau d'arco also called

                      lapacho, and garlic. However, the scientific foundation for the use of these

                      treatments is weak, and the appropriate dosage of each has not been

                      determined. Some of these treatments may be toxic if taken to excess or

                      for prolonged periods.

 

 

 

Grapefruit seed extract - As directed on label. Always dilute before use - Rids the

        body of potentially harmful microorganisms.

Orthisept grapefruitzaad   extract min 29 % citrusfenolen: 150 mg

Knoflook 100 mg

Zink (citraat) 10 mg= 67% Adh

Magnesium (aminozuur gebonden) 20 mg= 7% Adh

Selenium (menthionaat) 50 mcg

(yyy)

Aloe vera

 is a bitter herb used for GI problems, and sometimes is recommended as AF. Experience with Aloe vera as AF is usually not positive and Aloe vera can aggravate LGS.

 

 

(s3) (d)HNS

 

Complex van PABA in lecitine (bron van choline, inostol) 50 mg

Voedingscomplex met vitamine P (bioflvonoiden, hesperidine, rufine) en rozenbottels: 50 mg

Sporenelementen complex (celzouten en montmorilloniet):60mg

Voedingscomplex met enzymen (amylase, diastase, protease, bromelaine, papaine en betaine HCl): 25 mg

Voedingskruidenmix bevattende: aminozuren, luzerne, bijpropolis,bioflavono iden, chlorella,enzymen, gamma-linoleenzuur, lecithine, lipiden, haverzemelen, vezels, octacosanol,, pectiden, nuclinezuren,  (RNA/DNA), spirulina, tarwegras,buchu, capsicum, kamille, korenbloem,paardebloem, echinacea, venkel, fotitieng, knoflook, gember, ginseng, paardestaart, jeneverbes, kelp, zoethout, pau d’arco, suma, uva ursi, valeriaanwortel  en yucca: 375 mg

 

2 tabletten per dag: 1 tijdens of na het ontbijt, 1 tijdens of na de avondmaaltijd ( heel doorslikken)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Step 4.Take supplements to support the immune system.

7 What other supplements are there for treating Candida overgrowth?    

 

other supplements

description

Bentonite

natural clay powder that traps and binds unwanted, non-nutritive substances such as herbicides, potentially harmful substances like the yeast* toxins, bacteria and viruses  so that they do not remain in the body. Therefore, it can be used for easing the die-off symptoms.  Bentonite's mechanism of action is physical, due to its colloidal structure and charged particles. Each tablespoon of Bentonite has over 900 square yards of absorptive surface area. Bentonite contains aluminum. Therefore it is not recommended for long term use. 

DHEA

help to boost immunity

Betaine HCl

Increases stomach acid. Helps in digesting food. If taken for extended periods one can become dependant on it.

MSM

 

milk thistle (Silybum marianum)

 

Fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS) 

are naturally occurring carbohydrates  ( found in bananas**, barley, garlic, honey***, onions, wheat*, and tomatoes*) that cannot be digested or absorbed by humans but support the growth of beneficial bacteria.  They pass through the small intestine undigested and arrive at the large intestine where they feed the Bifidobacterium bifidum and other bacteria that may be present there. If you have bacterial infection of large intestines FOS will make your symptoms worse. Natural FOS (from artichokes) does not feed the yeast*, but many FOS supplements are artificially made and can feed Candida. Therefore, if you are not sure that FOS is doing you good, it may be better to avoid it.

Biotin

 a member of the B-Complex, biotin prevents conversion of Candida albicans  from single-celled yeast* form to multi-celled fungal form, which develops long, root-like structures, called rhizoids, that can penetrate intestinal walls. Raw eggs contain enzyme avidin that interferes with absorption of biotin. When eggs are cooked this enzyme will not interfere with use of biotin. Eating large quantities of raw eggs can cause biotin deficiency. People suffering from Candida overgrowth are usually deficient in this vitamin, because they lack intestinal microflora that in healthy individuals produce large quantities of biotin. Biotin is important building block of enzymes and facilitates metabolism of amino acids and carbohydrates.

L - Glutamine

L - Glutamine is an amino acid  required for the manufacture of mucosal glycoproteins that line the intestinal membranes. The glycoprotein layer protects underlying tissues from exposure to enzymes, acid and bacterial assault, while providing an absorptive surface. The enterocytes are the cells in the intestinal wall that control the permeability of the intestines. They get their nutrients directly from the predigested food passing through the small intestines. Therefore, if your diet contains L-Glutamine, your intestinal cells can absorb it directly, thereby helping themselves to return to normal functional capacity. It may take several months of daily L-Glutamine supplementation to heal LGS, but with rotation diet and a few other co-factors (see healing the LGS) results will be noticeable within a few weeks. Other beneficial effects include: muscle building, increased secretary IgA levels in the intestines, helps maintaining nitrogen balance in the body, decreases cravings for alcohol**and sugar*. Furthermore, L-Glutamine is highly  recommended as a treatment for ulcers, Crohn's disease, IBS and diarrhea.  "L" in name stands for natural amino acids,  "D" stands for synthetic and. "LD"  stands for a mix. There are some things to have in mind when using L-Glutamine: When L-glutamine is converted into glutamate in the intestines, ammonia is formed. Candida and parasites also form ammonia, therefore your system can be overloaded with toxins. Your body might not be able to tolerate the extra ammonia at this time. Also, as glutamine induces excess water to be removed from the bowels. That property of L-Glutamine can be used to threat diarrhea, but can also cause constipation. Daily need for L-Glutamine is 0.2 g/kg of body weight. The person weighting 70 kg needs 14g L-Glutamine daily. L-Glutamine is found abundantly in food and average person inputs 8 grams by eating. It is recommended to take L-Glutamine on empty stomach (between meals). As it requires no digestion, intake of L-Glutamine with food will slow the absorbtion.

N-acetyl-d-glucosamine (NAG)

 Simple put, N-acetyl-glucosamine is glutamine mixed with sugar*. NAG can be used for repairing mucosal layer. Although NAG synthesis begins with L-glutamine, many people with bowel irritation and dysfunction don't make proper conversions to produce sufficient amounts of NAG. Also, NAG will solve problem of L-Glutamine and There is an open question whether NAG is recommended for C. albicans. Because, it contains sugar* Candida could feed on NAG.  

Psyllium 

 is a seed, grown commercially in India. Its husk is used as a bulk forming laxative in numerous products. Contains fiber. 

Gamma Linolenic Acid (GLA)

 

Flax

   Available as seed or as oil . Contains Essential Fatty Acids (EFA) omega-3 and omega-6. The flax seed also contains dietary fiber (both soluble and insoluble), and must be ground before consumption. Flax thins the blood, increases oxygen transport,  absorb excess acid, increase the frequency of bowel movements (helps constipation), can be used as  a cholesterol-lowering and anti-cancer agent.

Quercetin

Quercetin is a bioflavonoid and can be used to reduce the effects of allergies and inflammation. It stabilize mast cells and they in turn release less histamine that is responsible for allergic response. You need to take it at least two weeks to see improvement. 

Golden Seal

Golden Seal   (Hydrastis canadensis) is effective for many digestive problems due to its tonic effects on the mucous membranes. Contains barbarine. Can aggravate LGS in some cases.

Deglycyrrhizinated licorice (DGL)

DGL is derived from licorice but without the ingredient that can cause high blood pressure when taking licorice. Helps restoring the integrity of the intestinal tract lining by increasing the production of the mucous  secret cells, the primary defense mechanism in the GI tract. Improves blood supply of nutrients and can cure some ulcers.

Staphage Lysate (SPL)

 

Echinacea

 is used for stimulating immune system

Spirulina

Spirulina (Spirulina plantensis) is a blue green algae, extremely pure and full of nutrients. Rich in vitamin B12, beta-carotene, iron, and protein.

Chlorella

Chlorella (Chlorella pyrenoidosa) is a green one celled algae. High in protein, richer in chlorophyll then alfalfa or Spirulina. Used to detoxify heavy metals (like Hg) from the body and to build immune system.

Butyrate

short chain fatty acid produced by good bacteria. Used to build lining of the intestines.

Molybdenum

is necessary for the enzymes in the liver that deal with one of the major toxins Candida releases : acetaldehyde

GLA

 

Siberian Ginseng

Siberian Ginseng will help in regulating adrenalin level. If you feel sleepy after taking it, it is because adrenalin level is being regulated and you should take a good sleep after taking it. When you have regulated your adrenalin levels, you should not feel sleepy after taking it, and you should have more energy.

Olive Oil

  can prevent conversion of Candida Albicans from yeast* to fungus form.

     

 Golden Seal   (Hydrastis canadensis) is effective for many digestive problems due to its tonic effects on the mucous membranes. Contains barbarine. Can aggravate LGS in some cases. Golden Seal, or Hydrastis canadensis, has a history of medicinal use that spans several hundred years, beginning with the various tribes of original Americans. "American Indians used goldenseal for eye ailments, skin diseases, gonorrhea, cancers and as a dye and skin stain," reports Steven Foster in his book Herbal Renaissance. "The Cherokee made a root wash to treat local inflammations and drank a decoction for general debility (weakness), dyspepsia and to stimulate appetite". Miles away, the Iroquois used a decoction of the root for whooping cough, diarrhea, liver trouble, fever, sour stomach, flatulence and pneumonia. As you can see, goldenseal was relied upon to treat numerous discomforts of several physiological systems--from respiratory to digestive.

Earl Mindel, in his book, Earl Mindell's Herb Bible (lest you forget who wrote it), lists the possible benefits of goldenseal as follows:

Relieve cold and flu symptoms

Aid in cases of constipation and indigestion

Reduce skin inflammations such as eczema

Used as a mouthwash, goldenseal can help prevent gum disease

Used as a douche, goldenseal can combat vaginal infections

Goldenseal is often recommended in combination with echinacea for the treatment of colds and flu. Goldenseal was considered a critical remedy for stomach and intestinal problems of all kinds by turn-of-the-century physicians called the Eclectics.1

 

 

The Naturopathic Handbook of Herbal Formulas published by Herbal Research Publications, Inc., succinctly describes the role of goldenseal as a medicinal herb: "Effective in all digestive problems from peptic ulcers to colitis due to its tonic effects on the body's mucous membranes. Goldenseal is a powerful antimicrobial improving all catarrhal conditions, especially those of the sinuses."

The Naturopathic Handbook of Herbal Formulas published by Herbal Research Publications, Inc., succinctly describes the role of goldenseal as a medicinal herb: "Effective in all digestive problems from peptic ulcers to colitis due to its tonic effects on the body's mucous membranes. Goldenseal is a powerful antimicrobial improving all catarrhal conditions, especially those of the sinuses."                           Goldenseal (Hydrastis canadensis). This is the best known

                        among the "golden" herbs that contain the antibiotic berberine. Others

                        include goldthread, yellowroot, barberry and Oregon grape. Berberine

                        is effective against many microorganisms, including yeast*s. At home,

                        I take a tincture. In the field, I'd make a tea. You can use it either

                        way.

Goldenseal Extract has been used for fighting infections or a long time. Its high concentrations of active alkaloids including berberine, hydrastine and candidine are what makes it effective against a variety of organisms including Candida. Kirkman uses a standardized extract of Goldenseal guaranteeing the concentrations of the active alkaloids. 

Goldenseal, a natural antibiotic herb, is a tonic for the female reproductive system and, as an

                    immune system stimulator, is helpful for fighting all infections. The berberine it contains blocks

                    bacterial growth, including Candida albicans.

Goldenseal Root (Hydrastis candensis) Antiseptic, used internally and topically for infection, sore throat, gastritis, ulceration and colitis. Root infusion used as douche for vaginitis. Generally not recommended for long-term use.

Goldenseal has been used in connection with the following conditions (refer to the individual health concern for complete information):

Ranking

Health Concerns

Secondary

Bronchitis

Diarrhoea (berberine)

Other

Cold sores

Common cold/sore throat

Conjunctivitis/blepharitis

Crohn’s disease

Gastritis

Influenza

Cervical smear (abnormal)

Other

Parasites

Urinary tract infection

Vaginitis

Historical or traditional use (may or may not be supported by scientific studies): Goldenseal was used by the Native Americans as a treatment for irritations and inflammation of the mucous membranes of the respiratory, digestive, and urinary tracts. It was commonly used topically for skin and eye infections. Because of its antimicrobial activity, goldenseal has a long history of use for infectious diarrhoea, upper respiratory tract infections, and vaginal infections. Goldenseal is often recommended in combination with echinacea for the treatment of colds and flu. Goldenseal was considered a critical remedy for stomach and intestinal problems of all kinds by turn-of-the-century physicians called the Eclectics.1

Active constituents: The two primary alkaloids in goldenseal are hydrastine and berberine, along with smaller amounts of canadine. Little research has been done with goldenseal itself. Berberine, which ranges from 0.5–6.0% of the alkaloids present in goldenseal root and rhizome, has been the most extensively researched. It appears to have a wide spectrum of antibiotic activity against pathogens, such as Chlamydia species, E. coli, Salmonella typhi, and Entamoeba histolytica.2 Human studies have used isolated berberine to treat diarrhoea and gastroenteritis with good results.3 The whole root has not been clinically studied.

How much is usually taken? Powdered goldenseal root and rhizome can be used in the amount of 4–6 grams per day in tablet or capsule form.4 For liquid herbal extracts, 2–4 ml three times per day are used. Standardized extracts supplying 8–1,290 alkaloids are available. Recommended dose is 250–500 mg three times per day. Continuous use should not exceed three weeks, with a break of at least two weeks between use. Goldenseal powder as a tea or tincture may soothe a sore throat.

Due to environmental concerns of overharvesting,5 many herbalists recommend alternatives to goldenseal, such as Oregon grape or goldenthread.

Are there any side effects or interactions? Taken as recommended, goldenseal is generally safe. However, as with all alkaloid-containing plants, high amounts may lead to gastrointestinal distress and possible nervous system effects.6 Goldenseal is not recommended for pregnant or lactating women. Despite some traditional reports, goldenseal is not a substitute for antibiotics.

Certain medications interact in a positive and/or negative way with goldenseal. Refer to the drug interactions summary for goldenseal for a inventory of those medications. The major biologically-active compounds in goldenseal are the two alkaloids hydrastine (2 to 4%) and berberine (2 to 3%), along with lesser amounts of canadine and hydrastinine. Berberine, which gives a strong antibacterial effect and increases bile secretion, is also an anticonvulsant and it stimulates the uterus. Canadine is known to stimulate the uterine muscles, while hydrastine acts similarly to berberine.

Mindell cautions, "This herb can raise blood pressure and should not be used by anyone with a history of high blood pressure. Do not use during pregnancy. Do not use for more than two weeks at a time." And Anne Marie Wishard, in her compilation, Herb Talk, advises that the long-term use of goldenseal should be avoided "because it can weaken the bacterial flora of the colon. (But it is) so useful that it is a must for your herbal medicine chest."

 

Within Healthnotes Online, information about the effects of a particular supplement or herb on a particular condition has been qualified in terms of the methodology or source of supporting data (for example: clinical, double blind, meta-analysis, or traditional use). For the convenience of the reader, the information in the table listing the supplements for particular conditions is also categorized. The criteria for the categorizations are: “Primary” indicates there are reliable and relatively consistent scientific data showing a health benefit. “Secondary” indicates there are conflicting, insufficient, or only preliminary studies suggesting a health benefit or that the health benefit is minimal. “Other” indicates that an herb is primarily supported by traditional use or that the herb or supplement has little scientific support and/or minimal proven health benefit.

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Goldenseal, yellow root, Indian dye


Hydrastis canadensis L.


Ranunculaceae

Broad-spectrum antibiotic (e.g., E. coli, Streptococcus), antifungal (e.g., Candida albicans), antiparasitic (e.g., protozoan parasites such as trichomonas, amoebas and giardia)

Reduces symptoms of acute diarrhea

Cardiotonic and cardioprotective

Immune potentiator

Anti-inflammatory


250-500 mg/day of a 4:1 standardized root extract containing 5% total alkaloids, calculated as hydrastine. For "traveler’s diarrhea," may be effective if taken during travel and 1 week prior to and 1 week after travel or exposure to conditions of poor sanitation or water quality.


Isoquinoline alkaloids: berberine, tetrahydroberberine, hydrastine, others.

 


Clinical data exists to support the use of goldenseal:

as an antisecretory to reduce symptoms of watery diarrhea;

to treat parasitic diseases, such as giardiasis.

in the prevention of fungal and microbial infections

as an ajunct to chemotherapy, to prevent leukopenia (loss of white blood cells)

There is a dearth of clinical studies on goldenseal. Potential uses indicated by animal and in vitro studies are summarized above under Primary Applications.


Bergner, P. (1996). Goldenseal and the common cold. Medical Herbalism 8: 1-10.

Snow, J.M. (1996). Hydrastic canadensis L. (Ranunculaceae). Protocol Journal of Botanical Medicine 2: 25-28.

Werbach, M.R. and Murray, M.T. (1994). Botanical Influences on Illness: A Sourcebook of Clinical Research. Tarzana, CA: Third Line Press.

Goldenseal- Infection, natural insulin, cleanses urinary system

 

 

 

 

 

Biotin:

Definition and function:

 

 

Biotin

 a member of the B-Complex, biotin prevents conversion of Candida albicans  from single-celled yeast* form to multi-celled fungal form, which develops long, root-like structures, called rhizoids, that can penetrate intestinal wallsBiotin is important building block of enzymes and facilitates metabolism of amino acids and carbohydrates.

 

 

BiotinePantothenic acid and biotin: Needed far healthy skin.Pantothenic acid is essential for the metabolism of food. It is also essential in the synthesis of hormones and cholesterol. Biotin is essential for the metabolism of proteins and carbohydrates. It is also essential in the synthesis of hormones and cholesterol biotin, a B Vitamin that aids the body's assimilation of other B Vitamins, such as folic acid, pantothenic

acid, and B12.Biotin is a B Vitamin which when ingested stops yeast* from being converted to the fungal state. This is very important therapy because once yeast* is converted to the fungal state, it forms tendrils which poke holes in the intestines allowing toxins to enter the bloodstream . The numerous benefits of maintaining adequate B vitamin

intake range from regulation of the kidneys, liver and nervous system to

helping relieve skin disorders, boost energy and promote longevity. Biotine is voor ontwikkeling vrije vetzuren, stofwisseling eiwitten en koolhydraten, gezonde functie zweetklieren en weefsels Jeffrey Bland reports that biotin and the fatty acid oleic acid can prevent the conversion of the yeast* form of Candida to its fungal form

 

 

 


Deficiency symptoms:

Raw eggs contain enzyme avidin that interferes with absorption of biotin. When eggs are cooked this enzyme will not interfere with use of biotin. Eating large quantities of raw eggs can cause biotin deficiency. People suffering from Candida overgrowth are usually deficient in this vitamin, because they lack intestinal microflora that in healthy individuals produce large quantities of biotin.

 

Intake

 biotin - 50 mg 3 times daily -

 

Jeffrey Bland suggests biotin orally (300 mcg taken three times daily) along with two teaspoons of olive oil taken three times daily, as a source of oleic acid. This is done along with a higher than normal fiber diet, using oat bran fiber, to increase the absorptive surface area of the fecal material and to hasten the elimination of metabolic by-products. This may have to be continued for a period of one to six months depending upon the severity of the infection and the length of time that there has been a Candida problem. Bland's program then facilitates the healing of the gastrointestinal mucosa, by using

50 mg three tes daily is the required amount of Biotin.

 

Food sources

 

Pantothenic acid and biotin are found in eggs, fish, milk* and milk* products, whole-grain cereals, legumes****, yeast*, broccoli**** and other vegetables in the cabbage**** family, white and sweet potatoes, lean beef*, and other foods.
 

- Fat-Soluble Vitamins -

15: VITAMIN K

Definition and function

Taking antibiotics also can cause a deficiency of vitamin K, which is

        manufactured by the "good bacteria" in the intestines. Vitamin K is necessary for the formation of prothrombin, needed for blood coagulation, and it helps increase strength of capillaries. 

an excellent source of biotin, Vitamin K is necessary for the formation of prothrombin, needed for blood coagulation, and it helps increase strength of capillaries. 

 

Vitamin K is known as the clotting vitamin, because without it blood would not coagulate. Some studies indicate that it helps in maintaining strong bones in the elderly. Vitamin K cannot be made by our bodies, but not all vitamin K needs to be obtained from food, because bacteria in our intestines can make it (as also is the case with biotin). Probably, about half our vitamin K needs can be made by intestines bacteria.

Vitamin K is involved in the formation of special liver***** proteins, known as coagulation factors, which, when circulating in our bloodFind out more about this term, reduce the risk of haemorrhage or bleeding. Conversely, if you are susceptible to blood clotting, medication (usually warfarin) that interferes with the formation of these vitamin-K-dependent factors may be prescribed for you. If you are taking warfarin, you need to be particularly careful not to alter your intake of vitamin-K containing foods without close medical supervision. Some proteins in bone and kidney are vitamin K dependent, so that vitamin K may have functions in these tissues as well.The natural forms of vitamin K are K-1 and K-2. K-1 occurs in green plants, and K-2 is derived from petrified fish meal. 

 

 

Defeciency symptoms:

Signs of deficiency include lack of prothrombin, with an increase in the tendency to hemorrhage and a tendency to bleed and bruise easily.
Newborn babies can sometimes suffer vitamin K deficiency, as can people who do not absorb fat, since vitamin K is fat soluble. Those with liver***** disease may require more vitamin K.

 

 

Overdose symptoms:

 There is no known toxicity for humans for K-1 or K-2, whereas the synthetic K-3, menadione, has been found to have possible toxicity in excessive doses.
    

Recommended Daily Amounts

 Recommended amounts are infants: 12-20 mcg; children: 15-100 mcg; adults: 300-500 mcg.

 

 

 

VITAMIN K INTAKE

Safe and adequate daily intake of vitamin K (U.S.A.):

Infants:

Children and adolescents:

Adults:

10-20 micrograms

15-100 micrograms

70-140 micrograms


Another way of expressing vitamin K requirement is to say that about 2 micrograms per kilogram of body weight per day are needed, but half of this could come from intestines bacteria.
 

Toxic level of intake:

Many milligrams of natural vitamin K can be ingested by healthy adults without adverse effects. Synthetic forms of vitamin K can be more of a problem in high dosages.

 

FIGURE 51: THE VITAMIN K CONTENT OF SOME FOODS

  FOOD

  VITAMIN K
  (micrograms per 100 grams of food)

Apples
Asparagus
Beans****, green
Beef*, mince
Beef*, liver*****
Broccoli****
Cabbage****
Carrots
Cauliflower***
Lettuce
Milk, cow's
Milk, cow's, skim
Oranges*
Peas****
Potatoes
Soya**** beans****
Spinach
Strawberries
Wheat* bran
Wheat* germ

less than 5
21
22
7
100
100
100
15
150
200
5
4
less than 5
19
20
190
240
13
80
37


 

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Vitamin K is found in cabbage****, cauliflower***, spinach, and other green leafy vegetables, cereals, soybeans****, and other vegetables. Bacteria in the intestines normally also produce vitamin K. Eating plenty of leafy greens, alfalfa,

        strawberries, whole grains, and yogurt can restore the vitamin K balance.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

food/ herbs/ spices, cooking + salad oils , drinks/ herbs / spices / essential oils/ supplements

 

(s4) Immune system supporters specifically geared to candida:

 

(s4) food/ herbs/ spices,

 

(s3, s4, s6,s7) (cc) ginger (probiotic) Ginger Root (Zinziber officinalis) possesses anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, and immune stimulatory properties

Medicinal Action: Ginger oil treats colds, fevers, appetite loss, indigestion, nausea, and genital, urinary and lung infections, and is anti-inflammatory. It makes a warming liniment. It destroys many types of intestinal parasites. Studies show it increases drug and herb absorption, normalizes blood pressure and helps protect the liver. It helps to break fevers; stimulant; carminative; diaphoretic; aids in utilization of other herbs.  It is used for nausea, motion sickness, and digestive problems.   If you feel sick to your stomach or nauseated, ginger tea and/or peppermint oil (2 drops in a small glass of water) may help. (niet innemen, alleen aan ruiken)

 

 

(s4)(ooo) legumes**** (including soy beans**** and tofu**** ) #3 red lentils****, adzuki beans****, mashed tofu****, #2 any beans****, tofu****, lentl or peas****, #1 idem

#3 1-2 servings a week

#2 idem

#1 2-3 servings a week

#4+5 avoid all legumes****

 

Vitamin B1: dried beans****, peas****, soy beans****

Vitamin B3: all legumes**** provide some B3

Biotin and pantothenic acid: all legumes****

Vitamin K (Adh 70-140 mcg) soya****  beans**** 190,  green beans**** 22 mcg per 100g, , peas**** 19

Molybdenum: (adh 150-500 mcg): leguminous seeds 20-470 mcg per 100g,

Folic acid: (Adh 0.4 mg): cooked lentils**** ½ cup=118.3 ml= 179 mcg/ 45 %, , cooked black beans**** 128 mcg/32 %, cooked white beans**** 123 mcg/ 32%, cooked turnp(koolraap)  greens 86 mcg/ 21%, cooked collard greens 64 mcg/ 16%, peas**** 52 mcg, beans**** and legumes****

Magnesium (Adh 270-320 mg): soy flour, tofu****,  legumes****

Copper (Adh 2-3 mg): beans****, soy beans****, lentils****

Potassium (Adh 2,5-5 g): peas****, lima beans****

Vanadium (15-30 mcg): soybeans****

Bioflavonoids: soybeans****

 

(s4) (qqq) Complex Carbohydrates Vitamin K  #5 + 4 grain, pasta, cereal, bread with no gluten or acid causing qualities such as: amaranth, millet(=gierst) , quinoa (Peruaanse spinasie) or brown rice and potatoes or sweet potatoes, #3 –2 idem + white rice, kamut****, rye****, oats****, kasha, buckwheat*,  Yeast free breads made from rice, kamut****, rye****, millet, oats****, potato, arrowroot #1 Sourdough rye****, any yeast*/wheat* free bread or pumpernickel type breads

 

 

#5 1-2 servings a day

#4 1-3 servings a day

#3  4 days out of 7 eat amaranth, millet, quinoa and/or  brown rice  

#2 3-5 servings

#1 4-6 servings

 

Potatoes are a carbohydrate and a vegetable and are alkaline forming. If

                                           you are suffering from acid indigestion or any of the conditions listed

                                           earlier,  potato juice will help to soak  up the acid.  Potato juice can be

                                           made by putting a washed organic potato in a juicer, or peeling an organic

                                           potato and soaking it in a cup of distilled water overnight.

Vitamin B1: fortified bread, cereal, pasta, whole grains (especially wheat* germ)

Vitamin B3: enriched breads and cereal

(s4)Biotin and patothenic acid: white and sweet potatoes,   whole-grain cereals

Vitamin C: sweet and white potatoes

Vitamin D: fortified cereals

Vitamin K (ADH 70-140 mcg): wheat* bran 80 mcg per 100 grams

Iron:dried bakers yeast*, nuesli, corn*flakes, puffed rice, wheat* breakfast biscuit,

Chromium: (ADH 0.05-0.2 mg) : Brewers yeast* 112 mcg, bread wholemeal wheat* *: 42 mcg,  rye**** bread 30 mcg, old potatoes 27 mcg,  new potatoes 21 mcg,  spaghetti 15 mcg,

Molybdenum (adh 150-500 mcg): potatoes 600 mcg per 100 mg, cereal grains 10-110.

Selenium ( adh men 85 mcg, women 70) : cereals 20 mcg per 100 g

Folic acid: (adh 0.4 mcg)  1 cup of cereal: 177 mcg=50%,

Phosphorous : (800-1200 mg) Whole-grain breads and cereals contain more phosphorus than refined cereals and breads made from refined flour. However, the phosphorus in whole-grain products is in the form of phytin, a storage form of phosphorus that is not absorbed by humans.

Magnesium (Adh 270-320 mg) whole grains such as brown rice, millet, cereals

Copper (Adh 2-4 mg):  whole grains, potatoes, yeast*, oat

Manganese  (Adh 2.5-5 mg)  : whole grain cereals 700 mcg per 100g, barley 1.8 mg per 100 g, Rye**** 1.3, whole wheat* 1.1, Oats**** 0.5, Oatmeal 0.3,  Corn*meal 0.2, millet 0.2, brown rice 0.14 , whole wheat* bread *0.14.

Potassium: (2- 5,5 grams) : potatoes

Iodine (120-150 mcg) :bread and cereals 10

Vanadium: Wheat* grains 0.6-2 , cereals

Silicon: whole grains, brown rice, whole grain cereals

PABA: whole grains

Chloride (1700-5100 mg):rye****

Boron (3.25 mg) : grains

Bioflavonoids: Buckwheat*

Calcium: molasses, brewers yeast*, oat straw

Fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS) : barley, wheat*

 

Avoid:

#1 Avoid: wheat* (=tarwe) breads, wheat* pastas  and cereals

#2-3: idem+ all yeast* (gist) breads

#4+5 avoid:  idem+ acid and gluten causing grains**** ( e.g. rye****,

            oats****, kamut****, spelt****), all yeast* (=gist) and wheat* (=tarwe)  breads, wheat* pastas .

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vitamin B3

Vitamin B12

Biotin and pantothenic  acid

sulphur , zinc,

chromium: ( ADH 0.05- o.2 mg) yolk 183 mcg per 100g, white 8 mcg

Iodine (120-150 mcg): eggs 26

 

 

 

(s4) (pp) sea weed in the highest alkaline forming category Seaweed of all types are a wonderful blessing to our planet in the present

                                           state of toxic fumes and high electromagnetic force fields and radiation.  All

                                           seaweed have the ability to neutralize the acids and toxins, and to remove

                                           any radiation you may be accumulating.  This can be achieved through

                                           eating any form of seaweed once a week.  This is a product that is very

                                           foreign to most people but is certainly worth pursuing to learn how to

                                           cook.   You may have noticed the prominent position it has in the four

                                           category diets.

By far the most prolific seaweed, Laminaria, (commonly called "kelp") has a local biomass estimated to be in excess of 10 million tonnes. Rich in a whole range of useful constituents and with an exceptionally quick re-growth period, this is a truly renewable resource; an almost infinitely sustainable crop.As it is covered by water most or all of its life, this seaweed spends its time absorbing minerals and vitamins from the seawater around it. It is rich in amino acids (tryptophan, threonine, icoleucine, lysine, methionine, cysline, phenylalanine, tyrosine, valine, arginine, histidine, alanine, aspartic acid, glutamic acid, glycine, proline, serine). Essential nutrients are also present such as Nitrogen, Calcium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Magnesium, Sodium, Sulphur, Alginic acid, Laminaran, Mannitol, Iron, Copper, Manganese, Boron, Zinc and Iodine. It also contains natural vitamins C, B1, B2, B7 (Niacin) B12, D, E, K, A, Biotin, Selenium and Folic acid. In addition, these species have unique qualities that allow the beneficial ingredients present in their simple cell structure to be easily assimilated when digested by humans and animals.

#1 1 serving of seaweed a week: Arame, Kombu, Nuri, Wakame and Dulce #2 2 servings of seaweed a week #3 -4     3 servings of seaweed a week #5 4 servings of seaweed a week

 

 

(s4) (eee) Dairy food* and soy  milk and cheese** (protein)  # 5-3 (unsalted) Butter, yogurt , Soy milk & soy cheese**, # 2 idem + rice milk*+ rice cheese**  #1 idem +cottage cheese** and ricotta cheese**.

 

#1-4 avoid all other milk* and cheese*** products

 #5 idem + no other soya**** porducts

 

Vitamin A: milk*, cheese**, cream*

Vitamin B1: dairy products are not very rich in B1

Biotin: and pantothenic acid: milk* and milk* products

Vitamin B12: milk* and milk*produkts

Vitamin C: milk* contains a small amount of Vitamin C

Vitamin D: cheese**, butter, margarine*, cream*, fortified milk*

Vitamin E: margerine

Iron: soy milk (mager meer dan vol)

Chromium: (ADH 0.05- 0.2 mg)  cheese** 56 mcg per 100 g, margerine 18 mcg, butter 13 mcg,

Phosphorous:.milk

Magnesium (Adh 270-320 mg): soy products, milk*, kefir, (yoghurt?),

Potassium (2,5-5 g): soya full fat 1660 mg per 100g, soya low fat 2030 ng per 100 g.

Iodine (120-150 mcg): dairy products 13

Calcium (Adh 500-1200 mg): yoghurt 130 mg per 100 g, milk* 380,  parmesan cheese***, 1220, danish blue 580, soya full fat 210, soya low fat 240, milk* and dairy foods,butter milk*,  goat’s milk*,  whey*

 

(s4) (sss) fresh vegetables..Carrots,     Artichoke, Millet, Quinoi, Celery, Collards, Cucumber,Potatoes, Pumpkin, squash Category

 # 4+5 Avoid beets****, broccoli****, brussel sprouts***, cabbage****, cauliflower***, eggplant***, kale**** and all types of pepper and the majority of the vegetables are to be eaten lightly steamed to aid the colon in digesting and breaking down the food.

# 3 can eat beets**** , and the majority of the vegetables are to be eaten lightly steamed to aid the colon in digesting and breaking down the food. # 2 can eat all fresh green and orange vegetables. These should be consumed in a ratio of 50 percent raw and 50 percent lightly steamed, sautéed or stir fried.

#1 can eat all green and orange vegetables (raw, steamed or stir fried)

 

asparagus in the highest alkaline forming category Asparagus contains ammonia which reduces a high acid level, and

                                           detoxifies all the body especially in cancer patients.  As an addendum,

                                           whenever you have asparagus, you may want to squeeze some lemon or

                                           lime juice on them to neutralize the strong urine smell which often follows

                                           the eating of this food.

 

Fennel helps remove waste material from the body, and curbs the appetite. It is very effective in removing parasites from the body. In Chinese medicine, the seeds are used to tonify the kidneys and spleen, as well as for urinary and reproductive problems. When taken by nursing mothers, it promotes milk* flow and is said to relieve colic babies. It is a circulatory stimulant and an anti-inflammatory, and it is rich in Potassium and Sodium.

 

 

Vitamin A: carrots, pumpkins, sweet potatoes, winter squashes, broccoli*****, spinach, most dark green leafy vegetables (the more intense the colour, the higher the beta carotene (=vitamin A content)

Biotin and pantothenic acid: brocolli and other members of the cabbage**** family

Vitamin C: broccoli****, turnip greens and other greens, most other vegetables

Vitamin E: asparagus, corn*, olives, spinach, green leafy vegetables.

Vitamin K (Adh  70-140 mcg) Natural forms are: are K-1 and K-2. K-1 occurs in green plantsAlfalfa (Medicago sativa) Nutritive herb with high mineral and vitamin content including Vit. K and iron; estrogen precursor for menopause; mild diuretic spinach 240 mcg per 100 g, , lettuce 200 mcg, cauliflower*** 150, cabbage**** 100, broccoli**** 100,  potatoes 20, asparagus 21, carrots 15, green leafy vegetables,

Iron: parsley, spinach, alfalfa, radishes,

Molybdenum: (Adh 150-500 mcg): potatoes 600 mcg per 100 g, cabbage**** 280,  carrots 200

Selenium ( Adh men 85, women 70 mcg): vegetables 1 mcg per 100 mg

Foliumzuur/Folica Acid/ Folate:  Green, leafy vegetables Folic Acid (Adh 0.4 mg): cooked spinach  ½ cup = 118.3 ml=131 mcg/ 33.5%, cooked asparagus 121 mcg/30%,  avocado 75 mcg, raw chopped spinach 54 mcg/ 13,5%,  broccoli**** 52 mcg, corn* 38 mcg,

Magnesium (Adh 270-320 mg) dark leafy vegetables, avocados, seaweed

Copper (Adh 2-3 mg): Dark leafy greens, radishes,avocado’s, beets****, broccoli****, garlic, mushrooms*

Manganese (Adh 2,5-5 mg) vegetables : 250 mcg per 100 g, fresh spinach 0.8 mg per 100g,  turnip greens 0.5, Beet greens 0.4,  Corn*meal 0.2, carrots 0.16, broccoli**** 0.15

Cobalt: green leafy vegetables

Potassium (Adh 2-5.5 mg): brocolli, leafy green vegetables such as spinach,  lettuce, parsley, tomatoes*

Iodine ( Adh 120-150 mcg): vegetables 32

Vanadium (15-30 mcg): radishes 79 mcg per 100 grams, Dill 14, carrots 0.01, parsley, dill seed, corn*, mushrooms*,

Silicon: alfalfa, beets****, bell peppers***, leafy green vegetables, bell peppers***

PABA: spinach, mushrooms*, molasses

Germanium (1.5 mg): garlic, shitake mushrooms*, onions

Chloride(1700-5100 mg): seaweed, tomatoes*, lettuce, celery, olives

Boron (3.25 mg): leafy vegetables, carrots

Bioflavonoids:  root vegetables

Calcium: green leafy vegetables, asparagus, kelp, mustard greens, alfalfa, paprika, parsley 

Fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS) : tomatoes*, onions, garlic, artichokes

lithium: kelp, dulse, seafood

 

 

 

 

(s4) (iii) fish and meat*****  (protein) #5 avoid all animal protein*****   #4  Fish for the non vegetarians # 3  chicken, turkey or fish for the non vegetarians

  #2 of poultry or fish for the non vegetarians #1  poultry, lamb or fish for the non-vegetarians

 

#1  4oz per day

#2 4oz every other day

#3 4oz  2 or 3 times a week

#4  n 4 oz servings  twice a week 

 

 

#1 avoid avoid all fast foods*, beef*, pork*, shellfish*,

#2-3 idem + red meat**

#4 idem + soya**** products

#5 idem +avoid all animal protein*****,

 

Vitamin A: liver******, kidney*****, cod*, halibut fish oil*.

Vitamin B1: lean meat***** (especially pork*), fish

Vitamin B3: poultry, fish, lean meat*****s,

Vitamin B12: meat*****, poultry, shellfish*

Biotin  and pantothenic acid: fish, lean beef*

Vitamin C: Fish  contains a small amount of Vitamin C

Vitamin D: fish, oysters

Vitamin K2 is in petrified fish meal

Iron: boiled soya****, boiled mussels,

Manganese: meat***** 20 mcg per 100 g, poultry 20 mcg, fish and seafood 5 mcg

Chromium: (ADH 0.05- 0.2 mg):liver***** 55 mcg,  oysters* 26 mcg

Selenium:  (Adh men 85 mcg, women 70) : seafood 100 mcg per 100 g, 0rgan meat*****s 20, muscle meat*****s 20.

Folic acid (Adh 0.4 mg) simmered chicken liver***** ¼ cup= 59,15 ml= 269 mcg= 67%, cooked beef* liver***** 162 mcg/ 40%, poultry, pork*, shellfish*

Zinc(Adh 12-16 mg/ 30 50 mg): High-protein foods contain high amounts of zinc. Beef*, pork*, and lamb contain more zinc than fish. The dark meat***** of a chicken has more zinc than the light meat*****.
Phosphorous: the protein food groups of meat***** and milk*. A meal plan that provides adequate amounts of calcium and protein also provides an adequate amount of phosphorus.
Copper (Adh 2-3 mg):  oysters*, shellfish*, liver*****, kidney*****, organ meat*****s

Sulphur : shellfish*, organ meat*****s, boiled chicken

Potassium: (Adh 2-5,5 mg) salmon, cod, flounder, and sardines are good sources. Various other types of meat*****s also contain potassium

Iodine (120-150 mcg ): seafood 66,  meat***** 26

Vanadium (15 mcg-30 mcg) : fish 0.2-1, meat***** 0.2-1, liver***** 0.2-1

PABA: kidney*****, liver*****

Calcium (500-1200-mg): seafood, especially: sardines 460, salmon (with bones)

Lithium: seafood

 

(s4)(jjj) fruit  Only alkaline. Most fruits and vegetables are alkaline.

 Acid fruits:  grapefruit*, orange*, lemon, plums, strawberry, pineapple*, sour cherries, sour apples, lime, kiwi

Sub-acid fruit:  apples, most grapes**, sweet cherries, pears, peaches, mangoes, apricot,  papayas, most berries**

Sweet fruit : bananas**, dates, fresh figs, raisins, all dried fruit.

Melons**: Cantaloupe, honey***dew, watermelon.

Eat fruits alone.  Fruits undergo no digestion in stomach, and mixing them with other food  will slow digestion of fruit and make fermentation possible Fruits need 20 to 30 minutes to pass the stomache,

#1 avoid oranges* , grapefruits*, pineapple* 

# 2 idem + banana’s**, berries**, grapes**

#3 idem+ melons**,

 #4-5 idem

 

#1 1-3 servings of fruit a day

#2 1-2 helpings of fruits a day with the skin peeled or cut off. 

#3 1 serving of fruit once a day

#4 after six weeks of eliminating all fruits and after the condition has improved., 1 serving of fruit once a week

#5 idem

 

Vitamin A: pink grapefruit** , apricots , cantaloupe*

Vitamin B1: not very much B1 in fruit

Vitamin C: Citrus fruits, strawberries, cantaloupe, most other fruits

Vitamin K1 (Adh 300-500 mcg or 70-140 mcg) strawberries: 13 mcg per 100 g  apples: less than  5 mcg , oranges*  less than 5,

Iron: prunes, raisins

Potassium : fruit

Magnesium : fruit

Calcium :fruit

Phosphorus : fruit

 Iron :fruit

 Zinc( Adh 12-16 mg/ 30-50 mg):coconuts (Other Fruits and vegetables are NOT good sources, because zinc in plant proteins is not as available for use by the body as the zinc from animal protein*****s)

 Manganese :fruit 100 mcg per 100g,

Chromium : (ADH 0.05-0.2mg) Apple peel :27 mcg per 100 g, peeled apple 1 mcg

Selenium: (Adh men 85, women 70 mcg ) fruit:  1 mcg per 100 g

Folic Acid (adh 0.4 mg): orange* juice 1 cup (= 236,59 mg) 109 mcg =27%, papaya 49 mcg/ 112%,

  frozen raspberries 65 mcg= 16%, canned pineapple juice* 58 mcg/ 14 %, orange* sections 49 mcg/ 14%,  citrus fruits and juices

Copper (Adh 2-3 mg): fruit, oranges* ,  dried fruit such as prunes, raisins,

Potassium: (Adh 2-5,5 mg) citrus fruits (such as oranges* ), apples, bananas**, and apricots (dried apricots contain more than fresh apricots).

Iodine (120-150 mcg): fruit 4

Vanadium: Pears 0.01

Silicon: citrus fruits

Boron (3,25 mg): apples, grapes**, pears

Bioflavonoidds: peel of citrusfruits,  black currants, apricots, cherries, grapefruit*, grapes**, lemons, oranges* ,  prunes

Calcium: figs, prunes

Fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS): bananas**

 

 

 

cooking + salad oils ,

(s4) (bb)lijnzaadolie Flaxseed Oil, repair Important in healing and preventing the fungus from destroying cells

 helps regulate fat metabolism, inflammatory response, hormones, as well as the cardiovascular, immune and central nervous systems Flaxseed may slow down the absorption of oral medications or other

          nutrients if taken at the same time. Talk to your health care provider before

          taking flaxseed if you regularly take any prescription or over-the-counter

          medications.

Flax

   Available as seed or as oil . Contains Essential Fatty Acids (EFA) omega-3 and omega-6. The flax seed also contains dietary fiber (both soluble and insoluble), and must be ground before consumption. Flax thins the blood, increases oxygen transport,  absorb excess acid, increase the frequency of bowel movements (helps constipation), can be used as  a cholesterol-lowering and anti-cancer agent.

 

   Vitamin E  Important in healing and preventing the fungus from destroying cells

 helps regulate fat metabolism, inflammatory response, hormones, as well as the cardiovascular, immune and central nervous systems. Other uses: acne, inflammations.
Precautions

          Flaxseed oil will add additional calories and fat to your diet unless you

          reduce your intake of other fats.  Is also known as Linseed Oil, helps regulate fat metabolism, inflammatory response, hormones, as well as the cardiovascular, immune and central nervous systems. Other uses: acne, inflammations.
Other uses: asthma, backache, bite-spider, burns, candida, constipation, common cold, diverticulitis, fibromyalgia, hair loss, high blood pressure, irritable bowel syndrome, kidney ailments, lung ailments, lupus, multiple sclerosis, nail problems, obesity-digestion aid, PMS, pneumonia, psoriasis, Raynauds Phenomenon, Reyes Syndrome, rheumatic fever, rosacea, schizophrenia, shingles, sinusitis, skin-oily, skin problems, skin-wrinkles, sport injuries, stomach problems, thrombophlebitis, tumors, ulcers-leg, Wilsons disease, worms, urinary tract infections

http://www.herbsdelivered.com/Herbs/prod/916965.html        Flaxseed Oil ...................... 1,000 mg

 which contains:

 Alpha-Linolenic Acid ............... 500 mg

 Linoleic Acid ...................... 200 mg

 Oleic Acid ......................... 200 mg

 Palmitic Acid ....................... 60 mg

 Stearic Acid ........................ 40 mg

As a general essential fatty acid (EFA) supplement, Flaxseed Oil is considered the best choice for most people; it’s a nutritive food that can easily be incorporated into the diet without side effects. Rich in the important Omega-3 oil, Alpha-Linolenic Acid, Flaxseed Oil is the preferred supplement of leading health and nutrition experts.

Flaxseeds are the most abundant source of natural compounds which can be converted by bacteria in the digestive system to lignans, unique, natural compounds which demonstrate impressive health benefits.  Keep in balance with omega 6 fatty acids.

These benefits include positive effects in relieving menopausal hot flashes, as well as anticancer, anti-bacterial, antifungical, and antiviral activity.

Flaxseed may slow down the absorption of oral medications or other

          nutrients if taken at the same time. Talk to your health care provider before

          taking flaxseed if you regularly take any prescription or over-the-counter

          medications.

 

1 lepel per dag

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(s4) (aaa) olive oil  Anti fungal two teaspoons of olive oil taken three times daily, as a source of oleic acid.

Olive Oil

  can prevent conversion of Candida Albicans from yeast* to fungus form.

 

 

 

 

(s4) (uuu)Vegetable Oils  Vitamin E  #5 Olive, Hemp, Flax (cannot be heated), # 3-4 idem + Sesame and Almond, #1-2 idem + Safflower, Sunflower Flaxseed may slow down the absorption of oral medications or other

          nutrients if taken at the same time. Talk to your health care provider before

          taking flaxseed if you regularly take any prescription or over-the-counter

          medications.

 

Vitamin B: Wheat*germ oil

vitamine E : Tarwekiem olie tegen hart en vaat ziekten, zeer rijk aan vitamine E,  mais olie, zonnebloem olie, soya**** olie, cottonseed oil

Vitamin K (Adh 70-140 mcg): wheat*germ 37 mcg per 100g

manganese: 180 mcg per 100g

 

(s4) drinks/ herbs / spices /

(s4) (ss) Vegetable juices fi carrot, ginger  Avoid beets****, broccoli****, brussel sprouts***, cabbage****, cauliflower***, eggplant***, kale**** and all types of peppers***

(s3, s4, s5,s6) (bbb) green tea(camellia sinensis).  It is thought that 3-4 cups a day is the best amount to take in and give the best results. Be careful of the caffiene if you're sensitive and get the decaf if you are drinking that much. Also becareful of how you brew it. If you steep it to long you will reduce the potency of your tea Researchers have found that although both teas  (black and green) have strong antioxidants (they remove waste from the cells), the green tea is the more potent. Green tea is full of a potent bioflavonoid (just like oranges* ) called polyphenols. The strongest being EGCG or in particular (for those that just need to know) Epigallocatechin Gallate. Research has discovered that this EGCG is 200 times stronger than Vitamin E. It is therefore more adept at capturing and neutralizing free radicals and oxidants that can create the waste that can damage the cells.
 

 

(s3,s4,s5,s6,s7,s8)  (ppp) Herbal teas  # 5Pau d’Arco tea, Twig tea, Bachu tea #4 idem + Herbal teas (except mint and chamomile), jasmine tea, DX tea#3 +2 idem + green tea and  dandelion coffee#1 Herbal teas, jasmine tea, DX tea, green tea, Dandelion coffee***Nettle Leaf (Urtica diocia) Nutritive herb, specific for childhood and nervous eczema. Rich in iron, silica and potassium. For anemia. Diuretic; galactagogue; anti-histamine for hayfever and allergies

(s6)Iron : Licorice, nettle

Silica; nettle tea

Potassium: nettle

(s3) Calendula Flower (Calendula officinalis, goudsbloem, marigold tea (goudsbloem thee)) Anti-inflammatory; astringent; styptic; anti-fungal; emmenagogue; cholagogue; topically for wounds, ulcers, burns,abscesses.

 

 

(s8) jasmine tea fights amoeba

(s5, s8) fennel tea/ venkel thee

(s3)cinnamon tea antifungal

 

(s3, s8)(ccc) clove tea contains an antibacterial and antifungal agent

(s3, s8)(hh) sage tea Sage (Salvia officinalis). Sage contains a mixture of

                        anti-candida compounds.   

(s3) (ttt) lavender tea ***** (except #5)antifungal

 

(s3, s4,s6,s7) gingertea

 (s3, s4, s5, s6) (bbb) green tea

 

(s4) (aa) cranberry juice* #1-3. (unsweetened, diluted with water 50%)  Arbutin, a compound

                        found in cranberries (and bearberries and blueberries), helps treat

                        candida infections , appearing to prevent bacteria from attaching to the lining of the bladder and the urethra Naturopaths suggest drinking 17 ounces of cranberry juice a day to treat UTI's

(#4-5 cranberry juice neither required nor avoided)

 

 

 

Cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon). Arbutin, a compound

                        found in cranberries (and bearberries and blueberries), helps treat

                        candida infections, according to naturopaths Joseph Pizzorno, N.D.,

                        president of Bastyr University in Seattle, and Michael Murray, N.D.,

                        authors of A Textbook of Natural Medicine

 

A year-long open trial of 150 women found lactobacillus probiotics ineffective

                      for preventing urinary tract infections as compared to cranberry juice or no

                      treatment.42

 

Cranberry has long been linked to helping defeat urinary tract infections, and recent research is beginning to bear this out. The urinary tract is subject to several diseases. One of the more common is the creation of kidney stones, or calculi. Cranberries contain a type of flavonoid that is capable of defeating the bacteria that cause urinary tract infections.
 

Naturopaths suggest drinking 17 ounces of cranberry juice a day to treat UTI's

 

Cranberry helps deodorize urine.

·  Cranberry helps treat candida infections & can be taken with garlic, which also helps candida.


Cranberries (Vaccinium oxycoccus) are rich in minerals, including iodine, C, A, B vitamins and organic acids, especially Quinic acid, the precursor to hippuric acid. Hippuric acid increases the acidity of the urine and decreases the alkali, urea and uric acid levels, yet it does not cause acidosis. By lowering the acidity, cranberry creates a less favorable environment for bacteria, appearing to prevent bacteria from attaching to the lining of the bladder and the urethra. Cranberries have been used medically for the treatment and prevention of urinary tract infections, such as bladder and kidney inflammation, painful urination and kidney stones.

Cranberries may be a weapon in the war against gum disease. Cranberries are known to inhibit bacteria from "sticking" to the urinary tract wall, this helping prevent urinary tract infections. Now, a study published in the December 1998 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association notes that this "anti-sticking" effect is also active on the gums. Cranberries appear to prevent the bacteria that leads to plaque and gum disease from sticking to the gums.
Cranberry lacks direct antiseptic or antibacterial properties and was previously hypothesized to acidify urine sufficiently enough to produce an antibacterial effect. However, it is now believed that the effectiveness of cranberry juice is related to its ability to prevent microorganisms such as E. coli from adhering to epithelial cells that line the urinary tract. This is due to the presence of an as yet uncharacterized high molecular weight anti-adhesion compound found in cranberry (Ofek et al., 1991). Interestingly this same antiadhesion compound is also present in blueberries. Cranberry also has a urinary deodorant property because it lowers urine pH enough to retard the breakdown of urine by E. call, thus reducing the pungent ammonia-type odor. Cranberry juice as prevention of UIL consists of drinking three fluid ounces per day.

 

Cranberry has long been linked to helping defeat urinary tract infections, and recent research is beginning to bear this out. The urinary tract is subject to several diseases. One of the more common is the creation of kidney stones, or calculi. Cranberries contain a type of flavonoid that is capable of defeating the bacteria that cause urinary tract infections.
 

Naturopaths suggest drinking 17 ounces of cranberry juice a day to treat UTI's

 

Cranberry helps deodorize urine.

·  Cranberry helps treat candida infections & can be taken with garlic, which also helps candida.


Cranberries (Vaccinium oxycoccus) are rich in minerals, including iodine, C, A, B vitamins and organic acids, especially Quinic acid, the precursor to hippuric acid. Hippuric acid increases the acidity of the urine and decreases the alkali, urea and uric acid levels, yet it does not cause acidosis. By lowering the pH, cranberry creates a less favorable environment for bacteria, appearing to prevent bacteria from attaching to the lining of the bladder and the urethra. Cranberries have been used medically for the treatment and prevention of urinary tract infections, such as bladder and kidney inflammation, painful urination and kidney stones.

There are no known risks associated with cranberry use for adults, children, or nursing women. Excessive cranberry juice may, however, increase the excretion of certain alkaline-type antidepressants and pain medications (The Natural Pharmacist, 2001).

 

(s4) (z) kefir digests yeast* cells and has a beneficial

     effect on the intestinal flora". Because kefir also

offers an abundance of calcium and magnesium, which are also important

minerals  for a healthy nervous system, kefir in the diet can have a

particularly profound calming  effect on the nerves. Kefir's ample supply of

phosphorus, the second most abundant mineral in our bodies, helps utilize

carbohydrates, fats, and proteins for cell growth, maintenance and energy.

Kefir is rich in Vitamin B1, B12, calcium, amino acids, folic acid and

Vitamin K.  It is an excellent source of biotin, a B Vitamin that aids the

body's assimilation of other B Vitamins, such as folic acid, pantothenic

acid, and B12. Biotin is a B Vitamin which when ingested stops yeast* from being converted to the fungal state. This is very important therapy because once yeast* is converted to the fungal state, it forms tendrils which poke holes in the intestines allowing toxins to enter the bloodstream

Kefirís friendly cultures also produce specific antibiotic substances,

     which can control undesirable microorganisms and act as an

     anti-carcinogenic factor.

     Kefir culture produces a series of natural proteins and protein

     fragments, called peptides, that may have an inhibitory effect on less

     desirable bacteria.

 

(s4) (t) lapacho thee To make pau d'arco tea, boil 1 quart of distilled water with 2 tablespoons of herb for hve

        minutes. Cool and store it in the refrigerator with the tea leaves in. Strain before drinking, if

        needed. Drink 3 to 6 cups daily.

Maitake tea is also a good

        alternative. While pau d'arco must be boiled, maitake is prepared as a regular tea. Resistant

        strains of candida develop rapidly due to genetic mutation. Rotating treatment programs is

        beneficial.

 

 

(s4)essential oils

(dd) ( s3 s4)

Cinnamon

Cinnamomum zeylanicum

Antispamodic, antiseptic, antiviral, carminative, antifungal

Effective against the bacteria that causes oral thrush and most stomach ulcers

essential oil (cinnamaldehyde, eugenol), tannins, coumarins, mucilage

Lauraceae

Sri Lanka, India

 

 

dd s3, s4

Camphor (oil distilled from bark and leaves)

Cinnamomum camphora

Stimulant, diaphoretic, insecticide, vulnerary, antiseptic

Eases muscle aches, asthma and coughing due to colds and flu, used as an insect repellent

2-boranone

Lauraceae

China, Japan

 

(s4) supplements

 

(s4) G. Biotine: immune system

 

Biotin

 a member of the B-Complex, biotin prevents conversion of Candida albicans  from single-celled yeast* form to multi-celled fungal form, which develops long, root-like structures, called rhizoids, that can penetrate intestinal walls. Raw eggs contain enzyme avidin that interferes with absorption of biotin. When eggs are cooked this enzyme will not interfere with use of biotin. Eating large quantities of raw eggs can cause biotin deficiency. People suffering from Candida overgrowth are usually deficient in this vitamin, because they lack intestinal microflora that in healthy individuals produce large quantities of biotin. Biotin is important building block of enzymes and facilitates metabolism of amino acids and carbohydrates.

Pantothenic acid and biotin are found in eggs, fish, milk* and milk* products, whole-grain cereals, legumes****, yeast*, broccoli**** and other vegetables in the cabbage**** family, white and sweet potatoes, lean beef*, and other foods.
 

 

(s4)(uu) immune system

 

Fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS) 

are naturally occurring carbohydrates  ( found in bananas**, barley, garlic, honey***, onions, wheat* *, and tomatoes*) that cannot be digested or absorbed by humans but support the growth of beneficial bacteria.  They pass through the small intestine undigested and arrive at the large intestine where they feed the Bifidobacterium bifidum and other bacteria that may be present there.  If you have bacterial infection of large intestines FOS will make your symptoms worse. Natural FOS (from artichokes) does not feed the yeast*, but many FOS supplements are artificially made and can feed Candida. Therefore, if you are not sure that FOS is doing you good, it may be better to avoid it.

 

 

(s4)(jj) licorice  How to Take It

Deglycyrrhizinated licorice (DGL)

DGL is derived from licorice but without the ingredient that can cause high blood pressure when taking licorice. Helps restoring the integrity of the intestinal tract lining by increasing the production of the mucous  secret cells, the primary defense mechanism in the GI tract. Improves blood supply of nutrients and can cure some ulcers.

 

Licorice root extracts kill staph and strep infections, and acts against viruses such as HIV, hepatitis A, and herpes. Licorice root destroys the yeast* that causes Candida infections. Scientific studies show that DGL reduces inflammation and is as effective as some prescription drugs for gastric ulcers.

You can take licorice in the following forms.

 

 

(s4)(H)

Echinacea

 is used for stimulating immune system

 

 

(s4)(h)Arkocaps

Geen tarwe, gist, lactose, conserveermiddelen en kunstmatige aroma’s of kleurstoffen, suiker , zetmeel.

Echinacea 325 mg immuunsysteem versterkend

Polyfenolen: 1,5 %

 

‘s morgens 2 capsules tijdens de maaltijd met voldoende water innemen

Echinacea

 is used for stimulating immune system

 

Echinacea is an antiseptic and anti-infection herb that helps stimulate the immune system.

                    Scientific research indicates antibiotic activity, cortisone-like activity, promotion of wound

                    healing, production of systemic interferon and stimulation of T-cell lymphocytes.

Helpful  for fighting everything from a cold or flu to a long-term illness like chronic fatigue. Native to North America, it is found mainly in the prairies west of the Mississippi River. Long a favored medicinal herb of the Native American Indian, echinacea was widely used by early medical doctors, but by the beginning of the 20th century it had fallen into dis-use. It was a European doctor, Dr. Vogel, who re-discovered it on a trip to the US in the 1950's. He began cultivating it in Europe, conducted many studies of it, and then marketed it through his company, Bioforce.

 

    A recent German trial found echinacea to be far superior to pharmaceutical treatments for

                    vaginitis (candida infection of the vagina). Researchers found a 60% recurrence of vaginal

                    yeast* infection when treated with a pharmaceutical anti-fungal cream but only a 16%

                    recurrence for those given an echinacea supplementation.

 

 

 

 

(s4)©All family multivit 100% ADH van:

Vitamine        ADH

1 A:    immuunsysteem

8D:

9E: :    immuunsysteem

5C: :    immuunsysteem

2B1:  

2B2:

2B3:                                                                               

2B5:

2B6:

3B12:  

4Biotine

Foliumzuur

Ijzer

Zink

 

Verder:

Fosfor: 10%

Magnesium: 10%

 

Zonder ADH

Chroom 25 mcg

Koper: 1,2 mcg

Mangaan 1,4 mg

Molybdeen 50 mcg

Selenium: 70 mcg

 

Per dag 1 tablet na maaltijd heel doorslikken

 

 

(s4)(l)

Spirulina

Spirulina (Spirulina plantensis) is a blue green algae, extremely pure and full of nutrients. Rich in vitamin B12, beta-carotene, iron, and protein.

vitaliteit (van zonnatura)

spirulina: 150 mg ( uitgekiende combinatie van voedingstoffen die het lichaam in optimale conditie houden)

ginseng : 40 mg (ginsenosiden hebben positieve invloed op het geestelijke

kelp : 80 mg

2 tabletten  ‘s morgens innemen met water

 

10,9 Dirk wonderwel              

(s4)(p)310 mg Spirulina=Vitamine B, E, ijzer, mangaan, Zink, selenium.

 

10,9 Marcus Rohrer

(s4)(q)300 mg Spirulina

 

 

 

(s4)(d) HNS

A: 63%

D: 38%

E: 375%

K: 38 %

C: 250%

B1: 242 %

B2:238 %

B3 (als niacinamide) 139%

B5 (als Ca pantothenaat): 333%

B12: 5000%

Biotine: 100%

Foliumzuur: 200%

Calcium: 13%

Fosfor:6%

Ijzer (als fumeraat) 54%

Jodium (als Jodide) 60%

Magnesium (als oxide) 21%

Zink (als oxide): 60%

 

Verder:

GTF Chroom: 80 mcg

Kalium(als chloride): 37,5 mg

Koper (als sulfaat): 0,8 mg

Mangaan (als sulfaat): 3,8 mg

Molybdeen (al molybdaad): 40 mcg

Selenium (als seleniet): 40mcg

Silicium (als montmorilloniet):15mg

Vanadium (als vanadaat): 120 mcg

 

Complex van PABA in lecitine (bron van choline, inostol) 50 mg

Voedingscomplex met vitamine P (bioflvonoiden, hesperidine, rufine) en rozenbottels: 50 mg

Sporenelementen complex (celzouten en montmorilloniet):60mg

Voedingscomplex met enzymen (amylase, diastase, protease, bromelaine, papaine en betaine HCl): 25 mg

Voedingskruidenmix bevattende: aminozuren, luzerne, bijpropolis,bioflavono iden, chlorella,enzymen, gamma-linoleenzuur, lecithine, lipiden, haverzemelen, vezels, octacosanol,, pectiden, nuclinezuren,  (RNA/DNA), spirulina, tarwegras,buchu, capsicum, kamille, korenbloem,paardebloem, echinacea, venkel, fotitieng, knoflook, gember, ginseng, paardestaart, jeneverbes, kelp, zoethout, pau d’arco, suma, uva ursi, valeriaanwortel  en yucca: 375 mg

 

2 tabletten per dag: 1 tijdens of na het ontbijt, 1 tijdens of na de avondmaaltijd ( heel doorslikken)

 

 

 

 

 

(s4)(uu)

 

Fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS) 

are naturally occurring carbohydrates  ( found in bananas**, barley, garlic, honey***, onions, wheat*, and tomatoes*) that cannot be digested or absorbed by humans but support the growth of beneficial bacteria.  They pass through the small intestine undigested and arrive at the large intestine where they feed the Bifidobacterium bifidum and other bacteria that may be present there.  If you have bacterial infection of large intestines FOS will make your symptoms worse. Natural FOS (from artichokes) does not feed the yeast*, but many FOS supplements are artificially made and can feed Candida. Therefore, if you are not sure that FOS is doing you good, it may be better to avoid it.

 

 

Immune system

A. Bioflavonoids immune system

Quercetin

Quercetin is a bioflavonoid and can be used to reduce the effects of allergies and inflammation. It stabilize mast cells and they in turn release less histamine that is responsible for allergic response. You need to take it at least two weeks to see improvement. 

 “The health benefits of a diet high in foods containing bioflavonoids, such as soybeans****, citrus fruits and root vegetables is unquestioned. The probable benefits of bioflavonoids themselves have also been demonstrated, such as the low mortality rates from prostate cancer in Asian men compared to Western countries, which may be because of higher intake of isoflavones.”

 

(s4, s5, s6) (s)Ginkgo Biloba t 200mg (verbetert geheugen door verbetering doorbloeding in het hoofd)

Ginkgo Biloba extract  20 mg

Ginkgo flavonen 4,8 mg

Terpene lactones 1,2 mg

 Gelatine

 

Verdeeld over de dag 2 tot 3 X 1 capsule tijdens maaltijden met water innemen.

Ginkgo Biloba Extract also promotes radical scavenging activity, increased blood flow to the brain, and improved transmission of nerve signals.

 

Ginkgo Biloba The Ginkgo is the world's oldest living tree, a species whose existence can be traced back over 200 million years. For this reason the Ginkgo is often referred to as a "living fossil". Even individual trees may live as long as 1,000 years. The Ginkgo is associated with longevity and it has incredible resistance to environmental factors. It also appears that taking a concentrated extract of Ginkgo Biloba leaves may promote longevity and resistance to aging in humans.

Ginkgo's pharmacological activity is due to its high content of terpenes, flavonoids, pro-anthocyanidins and Ginkgo Heterosides (flavoglycosides). A Ginkgo Biloba extract (G.B.E.) has demonstrated remarkable pharmacological action on different parts of the circulatory and nervous system (arteries, capillaries, veins, and heart). Its effects include enhancement of energy, increase of cellular glucose intake, and inhibiting of platelet aggregation. Ginkgo Biloba Extract also promotes radical scavenging activity, increased blood flow to the brain, and improved transmission of nerve signals. In clinical trials, patients with chronic cerebral arterial insufficiency and/or peripheral arterial insufficiency responded favorably to Ginkgo Biloba extract. Furthermore, since G.B.E. improves some aspects of neural transmission, it may be effective in certain cases of senility, including the early stages of Alzheimers's Disease.

Ginkgo Biloba Extract may lessen many common complaints of the geriatric population, such as dizziness, ringing in the ears, depression, short-term memory loss, and intermittent claudication (cramping in the legs caused by poor circulation). By improving neural transmission, Ginkgo Biloba Extract may also improve mental functions in elderly patients displaying signs of senility. This extract may offer significant protective action against development of Alzheimer's Disease and strokes. Future studies may indicate that G.B.E. is of benefit as a vasodilator in cases of angina, as an inotropic agent in congestive heart failure, and as a mood-elevating substance in depression. (top)

  (m)O Lacy’s

(s4)Ginseng Immuno-stimulant

Ginsengextract 80 mg (tegen vermoeidheid)

Lactose

Stearinezuur

Magnesiumstearaat

 

3 x daags 1 tablet met water innemen  Ginseng, (ginsenosiden hebben positieve invloed op het geestelijke en lichamelijke prestatie vermogen)immuno stimulant  American, is considered a threatened species. In 1989, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service estimated ginseng exports from the US had a total worth over $73 million! From a traditional herbalist's point of view, American ginseng is "cooling" compared to the "hotter" energies of its Asian cousin Panax ginseng, probably due to its slightly different range of ginsenosides. Some American herbalists use American ginseng as a stress reducing tonic, whereas the more stimulating Asian variety is employed as an energy tonic. Over 90% of the harvest is exported to the Far East, where it is preferred by Chinese in summer months and is often used for women. The few remaining Americans who already have too much energy and need stress relief also prefer it.

      Siberian Ginseng

                          Siberian Ginseng will help in regulating adrenalin level. If you feel sleepy after taking it, it is because adrenalin level is being

                          regulated and you should take a good sleep after taking it. When you have regulated your adrenalin levels, you should not

                          feel sleepy after taking it, and you should have more energy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Step 5: Take supplements to clear the dead fungus from the liver and blood:

 

        1.Liquid Chlorophyll—One teaspoon in a glass of water two times daily, or as desired. It is very important that you drink enough water during

          the cleanse and throughout the Candida program. You should drink eight glasses of purified water a day (this includes the Pau D'Arco tea if you

          are using it.) To make the water more palatable, and to aid the detoxification process, put a little liquid chlorophyll, according to your taste, in

          every glass of water that you drink. ( Volgens mij is dat ook wat er gebeurt door citroen water te drinken)

        2.Keep your bowels moving regularly (at least once a day and preferably three times a day) taking a psyllium fiber supplement.

       

          

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    

                      12. DETOXIFICATION.

 

## Candida  FAQ Index ##

 

12.1 How to detoxify liver*****? 

 

Following supplements can be used for detoxifying liver*****:

 

     artichoke extract

     MSM

     dandelion root (paardebloem)

     red beet root

     lipoic acid

     glutathione

 

Fennel helps remove waste material from the body, and curbs the appetite. It is very effective in removing parasites from the body. In Chinese medicine, the seeds are used to tonify the kidneys and spleen, as well as for urinary and reproductive problems. When taken by nursing mothers, it promotes milk* flow and is said to relieve colic babies. It is a circulatory stimulant and an anti-inflammatory, and it is rich in Potassium and Sodium.

 

 

 

(uu) asparagus Asparagus contains ammonia which reduces a high acid level, and

                                           detoxifies all the body especially in cancer patients.  As an addendum,

                                           whenever you have asparagus, you may want to squeeze some lemon or

                                           lime juice on them to neutralize the strong urine smell which often follows

                                           the eating of this food.

 

 

(s) Ginkgo Biloba Extract also promotes radical scavenging activity, increased blood flow to the brain, and improved transmission of nerve signals.     

 

(z)  Kefir also helps to enhance bowel function and control Candida - a

     condition where there is an excessive growth of yeast* cells.

 

(pp) sea weed in the highest alkaline forming category Seaweed of all types are a wonderful blessing to our planet in the present

                                           state of toxic fumes and high electromagnetic force fields and radiation.  All

                                           seaweed have the ability to neutralize the acids and toxins, and to remove

                                           any radiation you may be accumulating.  This can be achieved through

                                           eating any form of seaweed once a week.  This is a product that is very

                                           foreign to most people but is certainly worth pursuing to learn how to

                                           cook.   You may have noticed the prominent position it has in the four

                                           category diets.

By far the most prolific seaweed, Laminaria, (commonly called "kelp") has a local biomass estimated to be in excess of 10 million tonnes. Rich in a whole range of useful constituents and with an exceptionally quick re-growth period, this is a truly renewable resource; an almost infinitely sustainable crop.As it is covered by water most or all of its life, this seaweed spends its time absorbing minerals and vitamins from the seawater around it. It is rich in amino acids (tryptophan, threonine, icoleucine, lysine, methionine, cysline, phenylalanine, tyrosine, valine, arginine, histidine, alanine, aspartic acid, glutamic acid, glycine, proline, serine). Essential nutrients are also present such as Nitrogen, Calcium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Magnesium, Sodium, Sulphur, Alginic acid, Laminaran, Mannitol, Iron, Copper, Manganese, Boron, Zinc and Iodine. It also contains natural vitamins C, B1, B2, B7 (Niacin) B12, D, E, K, A, Biotin, Selenium and Folic acid. In addition, these species have unique qualities that allow the beneficial ingredients present in their simple cell structure to be easily assimilated when digested by humans and animals.

#1 1 serving of seaweed a week: Arame, Kombu, Nuri, Wakame and Dulce #2 2 servings of seaweed a week #3 -4     3 servings of seaweed a week #5 4 servings of seaweed a week

 

(s5)food/ herbs/ spices, cooking + salad oils , drinks/ herbs / spices , essential oils, supplements

Dead fungus removers:

 

(s5)food/ herbs/ spices

(s5) (ooo) legumes**** (including soy beans**** and tofu**** ) #3 red lentils****, adzuki beans****, mashed tofu****, #2 any beans****, tofu****, lentl or peas****, #1 idem

#3 1-2 servings a week

#2 idem

#1 2-3 servings a week

#4+5 avoid all legumes****

 

Vitamin B1: dried beans****, peas****, soy beans****

Vitamin B3: all legumes**** provide some B3

Biotin and pantothenic acid: all legumes****

Vitamin K (Adh 70-140 mcg) soya****  beans**** 190,  green beans**** 22 mcg per 100g, , peas**** 19

Molybdenum: (adh 150-500 mcg): leguminous seeds 20-470 mcg per 100g,

Folic acid: (Adh 0.4 mg): cooked lentils**** ½ cup=118.3 ml= 179 mcg/ 45 %, , cooked black beans**** 128 mcg/32 %, cooked white beans**** 123 mcg/ 32%, cooked turnp(koolraap)  greens 86 mcg/ 21%, cooked collard greens 64 mcg/ 16%, peas**** 52 mcg, beans**** and legumes****

Magnesium (Adh 270-320 mg): soy flour, tofu****,  legumes****

Copper (Adh 2-3 mg): beans****, soy beans****, lentils****

Potassium (Adh 2,5-5 g): peas****, lima beans****

Vanadium (15-30 mcg): soybeans****

Bioflavonoids: soybeans****

 

(s5) (qqq) Complex Carbohydrates Vitamin K  #5 + 4 grain, pasta, cereal, bread with no gluten or acid causing qualities such as: amaranth, millet(=gierst) , quinoa (Peruaanse spinasie) or brown rice and potatoes or sweet potatoes, #3 –2 idem + white rice, kamut****, rye****, oats****, kasha, buckwheat*,  Yeast free breads made from rice, kamut****, rye****, millet, oats****, potato, arrowroot #1 Sourdough rye****, any yeast*/wheat* free bread or pumpernickel type breads

 

 

#5 1-2 servings a day

#4 1-3 servings a day

#3  4 days out of 7 eat amaranth, millet, quinoa and/or  brown rice  

#2 3-5 servings

#1 4-6 servings

 

Potatoes are a carbohydrate and a vegetable and are alkaline forming. If

                                           you are suffering from acid indigestion or any of the conditions listed

                                           earlier,  potato juice will help to soak  up the acid.  Potato juice can be

                                           made by putting a washed organic potato in a juicer, or peeling an organic

                                           potato and soaking it in a cup of distilled water overnight.

Vitamin B1: fortified bread, cereal, pasta, whole grains (especially wheat* germ)

Vitamin B3: enriched breads and cereal

Biotin and patothenic acid: white and sweet potatoes,   whole-grain cereals

Vitamin C: sweet and white potatoes

Vitamin D: fortified cereals

Vitamin K (ADH 70-140 mcg): wheat* bran 80 mcg per 100 grams

Iron:dried bakers yeast*, nuesli, corn*flakes, puffed rice, wheat* breakfast biscuit,

Chromium: (ADH 0.05-0.2 mg) : Brewers yeast* 112 mcg, bread wholemeal wheat* *: 42 mcg,  rye**** bread 30 mcg, old potatoes 27 mcg,  new potatoes 21 mcg,  spaghetti 15 mcg,

(s5) Molybdenum (adh 150-500 mcg): potatoes 600 mcg per 100 mg, cereal grains 10-110.

Selenium ( adh men 85 mcg, women 70) : cereals 20 mcg per 100 g

Folic acid: (adh 0.4 mcg)  1 cup of cereal: 177 mcg=50%,

Phosphorous : (800-1200 mg) Whole-grain breads and cereals contain more phosphorus than refined cereals and breads made from refined flour. However, the phosphorus in whole-grain products is in the form of phytin, a storage form of phosphorus that is not absorbed by humans.

Magnesium (Adh 270-320 mg) whole grains such as brown rice, millet, cereals

Copper (Adh 2-4 mg):  whole grains, potatoes, yeast*, oat

Manganese  (Adh 2.5-5 mg)  : whole grain cereals 700 mcg per 100g, barley 1.8 mg per 100 g, Rye**** 1.3, whole wheat* 1.1, Oats**** 0.5, Oatmeal 0.3,  Corn*meal 0.2, millet 0.2, brown rice 0.14 , whole wheat* bread *0.14.

Potassium: (2- 5,5 grams) : potatoes

Iodine (120-150 mcg) :bread and cereals 10

Vanadium: Wheat* grains 0.6-2 , cereals

Silicon: whole grains, brown rice, whole grain cereals

PABA: whole grains

Chloride (1700-5100 mg):rye****

Boron (3.25 mg) : grains

Bioflavonoids: Buckwheat*

Calcium: molasses, brewers yeast*, oat straw

 

 

Avoid:

#1 Avoid: wheat* (=tarwe) breads, wheat* pastas  and cereals

#2-3: idem+ all yeast* (gist) breads

#4+5 avoid:  idem+ acid and gluten causing grains**** ( e.g. rye****,

            oats****, kamut****, spelt****), all yeast* (=gist) and wheat* (=tarwe)  breads, wheat* pastas .

 

(s5) (sss) fresh vegetables..Carrots,     Artichoke, Millet, Quinoi, Celery, Collards, Cucumber,Potatoes, Pumpkin, squash Category

 # 4+5 Avoid beets****, broccoli****, brussel sprouts***, cabbage****, cauliflower***, eggplant***, kale**** and all types of pepper and the majority of the vegetables are to be eaten lightly steamed to aid the colon in digesting and breaking down the food.

# 3 can eat beets**** , and the majority of the vegetables are to be eaten lightly steamed to aid the colon in digesting and breaking down the food. # 2 can eat all fresh green and orange vegetables. These should be consumed in a ratio of 50 percent raw and 50 percent lightly steamed, sautéed or stir fried.

#1 can eat all green and orange vegetables (raw, steamed or stir fried)

 

(s5) asparagus in the highest alkaline forming category Asparagus contains ammonia which reduces a high acid level, and

                                           detoxifies all the body especially in cancer patients.  As an addendum,

                                           whenever you have asparagus, you may want to squeeze some lemon or

                                           lime juice on them to neutralize the strong urine smell which often follows

                                           the eating of this food.

 

(s5) Fennel helps remove waste material from the body, and curbs the appetite. It is very effective in removing parasites from the body. In Chinese medicine, the seeds are used to tonify the kidneys and spleen, as well as for urinary and reproductive problems. When taken by nursing mothers, it promotes milk* flow and is said to relieve colic babies. It is a circulatory stimulant and an anti-inflammatory, and it is rich in Potassium and Sodium.

 

 

Vitamin A: carrots, pumpkins, sweet potatoes, winter squashes, broccoli*****, spinach, most dark green leafy vegetables (the more intense the colour, the higher the beta carotene (=vitamin A content)

Biotin and pantothenic acid: brocolli and other members of the cabbage**** family

Vitamin C: broccoli****, turnip greens and other greens, most other vegetables

Vitamin E: asparagus, corn*, olives, spinach, green leafy vegetables.

Vitamin K (Adh  70-140 mcg) Natural forms are: are K-1 and K-2. K-1 occurs in green plantsAlfalfa (Medicago sativa) Nutritive herb with high mineral and vitamin content including Vit. K and iron; estrogen precursor for menopause; mild diuretic spinach 240 mcg per 100 g, , lettuce 200 mcg, cauliflower*** 150, cabbage**** 100, broccoli**** 100,  potatoes 20, asparagus 21, carrots 15, green leafy vegetables,

Iron: parsley, spinach, alfalfa, radishes,

(s5) Molybdenum: (Adh 150-500 mcg): potatoes 600 mcg per 100 g, cabbage**** 280,  carrots 200

Selenium ( Adh men 85, women 70 mcg): vegetables 1 mcg per 100 mg

Foliumzuur/Folica Acid/ Folate:  Green, leafy vegetables Folic Acid (Adh 0.4 mg): cooked spinach  ½ cup = 118.3 ml=131 mcg/ 33.5%, cooked asparagus 121 mcg/30%,  avocado 75 mcg, raw chopped spinach 54 mcg/ 13,5%,  broccoli**** 52 mcg, corn* 38 mcg,

Magnesium (Adh 270-320 mg) dark leafy vegetables, avocados, seaweed

Copper (Adh 2-3 mg): Dark leafy greens, radishes,avocado’s, beets****, broccoli****, garlic, mushrooms*

Manganese (Adh 2,5-5 mg) vegetables : 250 mcg per 100 g, fresh spinach 0.8 mg per 100g,  turnip greens 0.5, Beet greens 0.4,  Corn*meal 0.2, carrots 0.16, broccoli**** 0.15

Cobalt: green leafy vegetables

Potassium (Adh 2-5.5 mg): brocolli, leafy green vegetables such as spinach,  lettuce, parsley, tomatoes*

Iodine ( Adh 120-150 mcg): vegetables 32

Vanadium (15-30 mcg): radishes 79 mcg per 100 grams, Dill 14, carrots 0.01, parsley, dill seed, corn*, mushrooms*,

Silicon: alfalfa, beets****, bell peppers***, leafy green vegetables, bell peppers***

PABA: spinach, mushrooms*, molasses

Germanium (1.5 mg): garlic, shitake mushrooms*, onions

Chloride(1700-5100 mg): seaweed, tomatoes*, lettuce, celery, olives

Boron (3.25 mg): leafy vegetables, carrots

Bioflavonoids:  root vegetables

Calcium: green leafy vegetables, asparagus, kelp, mustard greens, alfalfa, paprika, parsley 

lithium: kelp, dulse, seafood

 

(s5) (pp) sea weed in the highest alkaline forming category Seaweed of all types are a wonderful blessing to our planet in the present

                                           state of toxic fumes and high electromagnetic force fields and radiation.  All

                                           seaweed have the ability to neutralize the acids and toxins, and to remove

                                           any radiation you may be accumulating.  This can be achieved through

                                           eating any form of seaweed once a week.  This is a product that is very

                                           foreign to most people but is certainly worth pursuing to learn how to

                                           cook.   You may have noticed the prominent position it has in the four

                                           category diets.

By far the most prolific seaweed, Laminaria, (commonly called "kelp") has a local biomass estimated to be in excess of 10 million tonnes. Rich in a whole range of useful constituents and with an exceptionally quick re-growth period, this is a truly renewable resource; an almost infinitely sustainable crop.As it is covered by water most or all of its life, this seaweed spends its time absorbing minerals and vitamins from the seawater around it. It is rich in amino acids (tryptophan, threonine, icoleucine, lysine, methionine, cysline, phenylalanine, tyrosine, valine, arginine, histidine, alanine, aspartic acid, glutamic acid, glycine, proline, serine). Essential nutrients are also present such as Nitrogen, Calcium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Magnesium, Sodium, Sulphur, Alginic acid, Laminaran, Mannitol, Iron, Copper, Manganese, Boron, Zinc and Iodine. It also contains natural vitamins C, B1, B2, B7 (Niacin) B12, D, E, K, A, Biotin, Selenium and Folic acid. In addition, these species have unique qualities that allow the beneficial ingredients present in their simple cell structure to be easily assimilated when digested by humans and animals.

#1 1 serving of seaweed a week: Arame, Kombu, Nuri, Wakame and Dulce #2 2 servings of seaweed a week #3 -4     3 servings of seaweed a week #5 4 servings of seaweed a week

 

 

(s5) (y) lacto acidophilus and bifidus yoghurt  probiotic,  help to restore the normal balance of flora in the body, internally as well as topically.  Many  outstanding results controlling Candida yeast* overgrowth through eliminating sugar* and yeast* from their diets, and by taking more fiber, anti-yeast* supplements, and good acidophilus and bifid Acidophilus products.

 

     acidophilus or bifidus probiotic,  help to restore the normal balance of flora in the body, internally as well as topically. 

 

 to help to restore the normal balance of flora in the

        bowel and vagina.

1. ze produceren B-vitamines en vitamine K Vitamin K is necessary for the formation of prothrombin, needed for blood coagulation, and it helps increase strength of capillaries.  Signs of deficiency include lack of prothrombin, with an increase in the tendency to hemorrhage and a tendency to bleed and bruise easily.
     The natural forms of vitamin K are K-1 and K-2. K-1 occurs in green plants, and K-2 is derived from petrified fish meal.  There is no known toxicity for humans for either of these, whereas the synthetic K-3, menadione, has been found to have possible toxicity in excessive doses.
     Recommended amounts are infants: 12-20 mcg; children: 15-100 mcg; adults: 300-500 mcg.

 

 

2. ze produceren stoffen die de darmen aktief houden

 

3. ze verbeteren de opname van een aantal mineralen zoals calcium

 

4. ze kunnen, wanneer ze voldoende in hun groei gestimuleerd worden, de ongewenste bacteriën afremmen.

 

Zij kunnen onder anderen lactose, glucose galactose en fructose fermenteren. Er worden dan azijnzuur en melkzuur gevormd (verhouding 3:2), zonder de vorming van CO2. Groei treedt op bij pH 6,5 - 7,0. Er treedt geen groei op bij pH waarden onder 5,0 of boven 8,0.

Diets low in nutrients and fiber may contribute to Candida overgrowth

                    as they alter the pH of the G.I. tract. This negatively affects the friendly bacteria that thrive in

                    a narrow pH range, but does not inhibit Candida, which proliferates comfortably in a wider

                    range of pH conditions.

Certain bacteria that reside in the body—such as lactobacillus acidophilus which is also found in natural yogurt—are essential to healthy body functions. These bacteria produce enzymes and assist in the final process of digestion. They also produce important vitamins such as vitamin K and the B vitamins: B-12, thiamin and riboflavin. They have an inhibiting action on the growth of harmful bacteria, thus maintaining healthy intestinal flora.

Probiotica kunnen verschillende functies uitvoeren, zoals

 

(s5) (xx) nuts and seeds manganese 1700 mg per 100g  # 5-3 Pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, almonds   #2 idem + sunflower seeds, safflower seeds, walnuts #1 All nuts almonds, pecans, walnuts, butter, brazil nuts,

                 cashews, sesame seeds., filberts,

                 sunflower seeds except pean (fiber , to increase the absorptive surface area of the fecal material and to hasten the elimination of metabolic by-products)

 

All: Avoid:  peanuts*

 

(s5)(jjj) fruit  (fibers) Only alkaline. Most fruits and vegetables are alkaline.

 Acid fruits:  grapefruit*, orange*, lemon, plums, strawberry, pineapple*, sour cherries, sour apples, lime, kiwi

Sub-acid fruit:  apples, most grapes**, sweet cherries, pears, peaches, mangoes, apricot,  papayas, most berries**

Sweet fruit : bananas**, dates, fresh figs, raisins, all dried fruit.

Melons**: Cantaloupe, honey***dew, watermelon.

Eat fruits alone.  Fruits undergo no digestion in stomach, and mixing them with other food  will slow digestion of fruit and make fermentation possible Fruits need 20 to 30 minutes to pass the stomache,

#1 avoid oranges* , grapefruits*, pineapple* 

# 2 idem + banana’s**, berries**, grapes**

#3 idem+ melons**,

 #4-5 idem

 

#1 1-3 servings of fruit a day

#2 1-2 helpings of fruits a day with the skin peeled or cut off. 

#3 1 serving of fruit once a day

#4 after six weeks of eliminating all fruits and after the condition has improved., 1 serving of fruit once a week

#5 idem

 

Vitamin A: pink grapefruit** , apricots , cantaloupe*

Vitamin B1: not very much B1 in fruit

Vitamin C: Citrus fruits, strawberries, cantaloupe, most other fruits

Vitamin K1 (Adh 300-500 mcg or 70-140 mcg) strawberries: 13 mcg per 100 g  apples: less than  5 mcg , oranges*  less than 5,

(s4)Iron: prunes, raisins, fruit

(s6)Potassium : fruit

Magnesium : fruit

Calcium :fruit

Phosphorus : fruit

 Zinc( Adh 12-16 mg/ 30-50 mg):coconuts (Other Fruits and vegetables are NOT good sources, because zinc in plant proteins is not as available for use by the body as the zinc from animal protein*****s)

 Manganese :fruit 100 mcg per 100g,

Chromium : (ADH 0.05-0.2mg) Apple peel :27 mcg per 100 g, peeled apple 1 mcg

Selenium: (Adh men 85, women 70 mcg ) fruit:  1 mcg per 100 g

Folic Acid (adh 0.4 mg): orange* juice 1 cup (= 236,59 mg) 109 mcg =27%, papaya 49 mcg/ 112%,

  frozen raspberries 65 mcg= 16%, canned pineapple juice* 58 mcg/ 14 %, orange* sections 49 mcg/ 14%,  citrus fruits and juices

Copper (Adh 2-3 mg): fruit, oranges* ,  dried fruit such as prunes, raisins,

Potassium: (Adh 2-5,5 mg) citrus fruits (such as oranges* ), apples, bananas**, and apricots (dried apricots contain more than fresh apricots).

Iodine (120-150 mcg): fruit 4

Vanadium: Pears 0.01

Silicon: citrus fruits

Boron (3,25 mg): apples, grapes**, pears

Bioflavonoidds: peel of citrusfruits,  black currants, apricots, cherries, grapefruit*, grapes**, lemons, oranges* ,  prunes

Calcium: figs, prunes

Fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS): bananas**

 

 

(s5)cooking + salad oils

 

(s5) drinks/ herbs / spices

(s5) (rr) Lemon water helps through

                   dieoff. (helps with detox. Lemon water before

                   meals.                                           Special foods are lemons and limes because they have the ability to

                                           neutralize acid and also bring the body into perfect PH balance.

 (s3, s4, s5, s6) (bbb) green tea(camellia sinensis)  have strong antioxidants (they remove waste from the cells),

Reduces the build up of fatty plaque and even reduce blood pressure. It has antibacterial properties and also antihistamine capabilities and could be used for allergies and reducing sinus infections. Speaking of infections, the mere drinking of green tea may reduce the build up the bacteria in our mouths that may become harmful to our teeth and gums. It is thought to be very helpful with cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, high cholesterol, cardiovascular disease, varied infections, and improve immune functions (jasmine tea is green tea too)
 

 

 

(s5) (H) Detoxify liver*****:

artichoke extract

     MSM

     dandelion root (paardenbloem thee)

     red beet root

     lipoic acid

     glutathione

 

 

 

(s5) (t) lapacho thee To make pau d'arco tea, boil 1 quart of distilled water with 2 tablespoons of herb for hve

        minutes. Cool and store it in the refrigerator with the tea leaves in. Strain before drinking, if

        needed. Drink 3 to 6 cups daily.

Maitake tea is also a good

        alternative. While pau d'arco must be boiled, maitake is prepared as a regular tea. Resistant

        strains of candida develop rapidly due to genetic mutation. Rotating treatment programs is

        beneficial.

 

(s5,s6) Klein hoefblad Coltsfoot (Tussilago farfara): soothes coughs and colds; expectorant; stimulates the immune system.

http://www.healthsalon.com/glossary.htm#a

COLTSFOOT HERB
Tussilago farfara (klein hoefblad)

Bronchitis. Laryngitis. Whooping cough. Asthma. Emphysema. Irritating cough.
Specific: Chronic spasmodic bronchial cough.
AVOID: Alcoholism. Liver disease.
CAUTION: Current medical controversy about possible damage to liver with excessive or prolonged dosage. Do not take for more than 2 weeks as a time.

 

http://www.blessedherbs.com/usesac.html

 

 


 

 

(s5) essential oils

 

 

 

 

 

(s5) supplements

(F)

 Molybdeen 50 mcg    41: MOLYBDENUM MOLYBDENUM

Benefits:

Molybdenum

is necessary for the enzymes in the liver that deal with one of the major toxins Candida releases : acetaldehyde

 

Normal cell function, nitrogen metabolism.

Symptoms of Deficiency:

Mouth and gum disorders and cancer impotence in older males.

Sources:

Beans****, cereal grains, legumes****, peas****, dark green leafy vegetables.

 

No definite disease due to deficient molybdenum intake in humans has been recognized. However, it is an element that is part of enzymes (natural substances essential for body metabolism) that are involved in the production of waste products prior to excretion.

The molybdenum content of foods depends on the soil where plant foods are grown.

MOLYBDENUM INTAKE

The safe and adequate range of intake for adults (U.S.A.) is 150 to 500 micrograms per day.

 

 

 

 

FIGURE 58: MOLYBDENUM CONTENT OF SOME FOODS

  FOOD

  MOLYBDENUM CONTENT
  (micrograms per 100 grams of food)

Potatoes

Cabbage****

Carrots

Leguminous seeds

Cereal grains

600

280

200

20-470

10-110

 

 

(s5) ©All family multivit 100% ADH van:

Vitamine        ADH

A:   

D:

E:

C:

B1

B2:

B3

B5

B6

B12

Biotine

Foliumzuur

Ijzer

Zink

 

Verder:

Fosfor: 10%

Magnesium: 10%

 

Zonder ADH

Chroom 25 mcg

Koper: 1,2 mcg

Mangaan 1,4 mg

(s5) Molybdeen 50 mcg

Selenium: 70 mcg

 

Per dag 1 tablet na maaltijd heel doorslikken.

 

(s5) (d)HNS

A: 63%

D: 38%

E: 375%

K: 38 %

C: 250%

B1: 242 %

B2:238 %

B3 (als niacinamide) 139%

B5 (als Ca pantothenaat): 333%

B12: 5000%

Biotine: 100%

Foliumzuur: 200%

Calcium: 13%

Fosfor:6%

Ijzer (als fumeraat) 54%

Jodium (als Jodide) 60%

Magnesium (als oxide) 21%

Zink (als oxide): 60%

 

Verder:

GTF Chroom: 80 mcg

Kalium(als chloride): 37,5 mg

Koper (als sulfaat): 0,8 mg

Mangaan (als sulfaat): 3,8 mg

Molybdeen (al molybdaad): 40 mcg

Selenium (als seleniet): 40mcg

Silicium (als montmorilloniet):15mg

Vanadium (als vanadaat): 120 mcg

 

Complex van PABA in lecitine (bron van choline, inostol) 50 mg

Voedingscomplex met vitamine P (bioflvonoiden, hesperidine, rufine) en rozenbottels: 50 mg

Sporenelementen complex (celzouten en montmorilloniet):60mg

Voedingscomplex met enzymen (amylase, diastase, protease, bromelaine, papaine en betaine HCl): 25 mg

Voedingskruidenmix bevattende: aminozuren, luzerne, bijpropolis,bioflavono iden, chlorella,enzymen, gamma-linoleenzuur, lecithine, lipiden, haverzemelen, vezels, octacosanol,, pectiden, nuclinezuren,  (RNA/DNA), spirulina, tarwegras,buchu, capsicum, kamille, korenbloem,paardebloem, echinacea, venkel, fotitieng, knoflook, gember, ginseng, paardestaart, jeneverbes, kelp, zoethout, pau d’arco, suma, uva ursi, valeriaanwortel  en yucca: 375 mg

 

2 tabletten per dag: 1 tijdens of na het ontbijt, 1 tijdens of na de avondmaaltijd ( heel doorslikken)

 

 

 

 

 

 

(s5) (n)Lecithine forte 1200(bron van choline, inostol )

Lecitine van ongemanipuleerde soja 1200 mg (zenuwsterkend)

Gelatine, glycerol,soja olie, sorbitol.

Lecitine van ongemanipuleerde soja 1200 mg (zenuwsterkend)

Gelatine, glycerol,soja olie, sorbitol.  Lecithin emulsifies and promotes the transportation of fats in the body. It is the major component of all cell membranes, and is found in the protective sheath surrounding the brain, the muscles and the nerve cells. Lecithin is an inexpensive substance with major protective effects for the liver, the cardiovascular system, and the

 

(s5) (s)Ginkgo Biloba t 200mg (verbetert geheugen door verbetering doorbloeding in het hoofd)

Ginkgo Biloba extract  20 mg

Ginkgo flavonen 4,8 mg

Terpene lactones 1,2 mg

 Gelatine

 

 

(s5)Verdeeld over de dag 2 tot 3 X 1 capsule tijdens maaltijden met water innemen

Ginkgo Biloba Extract also promotes radical scavenging activity, increased blood flow to the brain, and improved transmission of nerve signals.

Ginkgo Biloba The Ginkgo is the world's oldest living tree, a species whose existence can be traced back over 200 million years. For this reason the Ginkgo is often referred to as a "living fossil". Even individual trees may live as long as 1,000 years. The Ginkgo is associated with longevity and it has incredible resistance to environmental factors. It also appears that taking a concentrated extract of Ginkgo Biloba leaves may promote longevity and resistance to aging in humans.

Ginkgo's pharmacological activity is due to its high content of terpenes, flavonoids, pro-anthocyanidins and Ginkgo Heterosides (flavoglycosides). A Ginkgo Biloba extract (G.B.E.) has demonstrated remarkable pharmacological action on different parts of the circulatory and nervous system (arteries, capillaries, veins, and heart). Its effects include enhancement of energy, increase of cellular glucose intake, and inhibiting of platelet aggregation. Ginkgo Biloba Extract also promotes radical scavenging activity, increased blood flow to the brain, and improved transmission of nerve signals. In clinical trials, patients with chronic cerebral arterial insufficiency and/or peripheral arterial insufficiency responded favorably to Ginkgo Biloba extract. Furthermore, since G.B.E. improves some aspects of neural transmission, it may be effective in certain cases of senility, including the early stages of Alzheimers's Disease.

Ginkgo Biloba Extract may lessen many common complaints of the geriatric population, such as dizziness, ringing in the ears, depression, short-term memory loss, and intermittent claudication (cramping in the legs caused by poor circulation). By improving neural transmission, Ginkgo Biloba Extract may also improve mental functions in elderly patients displaying signs of senility. This extract may offer significant protective action against development of Alzheimer's Disease and strokes. Future studies may indicate that G.B.E. is of benefit as a vasodilator in cases of angina, as an inotropic agent in congestive heart failure, and as a mood-elevating substance in depression. (top)

 

 

Step 6.Support any weakened body systems, especially the digestive system.

 

 

Boosting of the immune system involves the proper balance of nutritional supplements including vitamin C, zinc, vitamin E and vitamin B-complex. Also important can be known immune boosting products such as colostrum, beta glucan and CoEnzyme Q-10. Dr. Gupta, a leader in autism immune therapy has used immunoglobulin (IVIG) successfully. 
 

 

 

        Most important: Throughout the above program and for at least six months afterward take Bifidophilus Flora Force, two

     capsules three times per day. is also essential to support the digestive system..

        

 

 

 

 

     Strengthen the immune system It is highly likely that Candida has weakened your immune system Vitamin C, Vitamin E and Zinc are recommended. Vitamin C is present in Yeast* Control because it protects the body tissues from being damaged by the toxins released by Candida. It is also a powerful immune booster which is part of the overall yeast* control program

 

               Multivitamin and mineral complex - All nutrients are needed proper immune function repair at

        intestinal lining and all

        tissues; build resistance to infections. Choose a yeast*-free formula that includes zinc and iron.

 

       Boosting of the immune system involves the proper balance of nutritional supplements including vitamin C, zinc, vitamin E and vitamin B-complex. Also important can be known immune boosting products such as colostrum, beta glucan and CoEnzyme Q-10.     Other supplements for  immune system can be used too.

     Nutritional supplements. Because Candida interferes with absorption of vitamins and minerals and Candida Control Diet limits food one can eat  it is

     common to for Candida patients to have vitamin and mineral deficiencies. Therefore, it is recommended to take hypoallergenic, yeast*-free multiple vitamins and minerals, to provide your body with  essential micronutrients and  to boost immunity

Activated Quercetin from Source Naturals- As directed on label - Contains quercetin plus

        bromelain and vitamin C for increased absorption.

 

        Important

        *********

        Calcium - 1,500 mg daily - Often deficient in people with this disorder, Use calcium

        citrate form.

      calcium pantothenate (200 to 1000 mg per day).

        magnesium - 750-1,000 mg daily - Needed to balance with calcium.

     

 

        vitamin D - 400 IU daily - Enhances calcium absorption.

 

vitamin E (400 to 800 I.U. per day),

 

 

Helpful

        *******

        Coenzyme Q10 - 100 mg daily - Improves tissue oxygenation

CoQ-10 helps the body to utilize oxygen. Produced in every cell of the body, it is especially important for the heart. Much research has gone into this nutrient, especially in Japan, which of course also manufactures it for the world-wide market. Researchers estimate that about 30% of the adult population of Japan take Co-Q10 on a regular basis. Especially as we age, this nutrient can make a big difference in our energy levels.
The energy from Co-Q10 is not at all stimulatory. As oxygen utilization is increased, people simply find they can climb those four flights of stairs without getting winded, or they can keep going after a long day without a hitch; things of this nature. Co-Q10 is also being researched for its possible role in helping to heal cancer, chronic fatigue, and other illnesses, and has been shown to prevent recurrence of heart attack, because of its oxygenating effect on the heart.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vitamin B complex - 100 mg 3 times daily - B vitamins are required for  all bodily functions, resist

        infection, and all enzyme systems. Important

        brain function. Use a yeast*-free formula. Consider injections (under a doctor's supervision)

 

 

vitamin B12 - 2,000 mcg 3 times daily

 

 

selenium - 200 mcg daily Selenium is an immune booster which produces antibody responses to all forms of infections.

Selenium, like vitamin E, is an important anti-oxidant nutrient. In fact, when these two are taken together, the synergism increases the effectiven ess

 

.vitamin A - 25,000 IU daily. If you are pregnant, do not exceed 10,000 IU daily.

 

 

 

4.5  How to treat Candida induced hair shedding?

 

Candida can cause hair shedding in male or female patients. The exact mechanism by which Candida is able to cause hair loss is unclear primarily because there are

so many possible pathways. The three most likely pathways are:

 

     thyroid dysfunction

     allergies

     enzyme suppression

 

Possible treatments:

 

     Anti-Candida diet can significantly reduce toxins induced.

     thyroid medications

     L - Glutamine

     GLA suppresses conversion of testosterone to its derivative DHT, in the hair follicle

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Proteinen: per kilo gewicht 1 gram proteinen per dag nodig

- Elements

 

 

Body system supporters:

Digestive system

Immune system general

Other weakened systems

 

Boosting of the immune system involves the proper balance of nutritional supplements including vitamin C, zinc, vitamin E and vitamin B-complex. Also important can be known immune boosting products such as colostrum, beta glucan and CoEnzyme Q-10.

. COMMON MINERAL DEFICIENCY SIGNS

 

                Acne: Zinc, Sulfur (sulphur)

                Anaemia: Iron, Cobalt, Copper, Selenium

                Arthritis: Calcium, Copper, Magnesium, Potassium, Boron

                Asthma: Manganese, Zinc, Potassium

                Brittle Nails: Iron, Zinc

                Birth Defects: Zinc, Copper, Cobalt, Selenium, Magnesium, Manganese

                Cancer: Selenium, Germanium

                Candida: Zinc, selenium, Chromium

                Cardiovascular Disease: Calcium, Copper, Magnesium, Potassium, Selenium, Manganese

                Chronic fatigue: Zinc, Selenium, Chromium, Vanadium

                Constipation: Iron, Magnesium, Potassium

                Cramps: Calcium, Sodium

                Depression: Calcium, Sodium

                Diabetes: Chromium, Vanadium, Zinc.

                Digestive Problems: Chlorine, Chromium, Zinc

                Eczema: Zinc                                            

                Edema: Potassium

                Goitre (Low Thyroid): Iodine, Copper

                Hair Loss: Copper, Zinc

                Graying Hair: Copper

                Hyperactivity: Chromium, Zinc, Magnesium, Lithium

                Hypothermia: Magnesium

                Immune System Weakness: Zinc, Selenium, Chromium

                Impotence: Selenium, Zinc, Manganese, Calcium, Chromium

                Infertility: Calcium, Zinc, Selenium, Chromium, Copper, Cobalt, Manganese

                Liver dysfunction: Cobalt, Selenium, Chromium, Zinc

                Low Blood Sugar* (Hypoglycemia): Chromium. Vanadium. Zinc

                Memory Loss: Manganese

                Muscular Weakness/Dystrophy (also Cystic Fibrosis): Selenium, Potassium, Manganese

                Nervousness: Magnesium

                Osteoporosis: Calcium, Magnesium, Boron

                PMS: Zinc, Chromium, Selenium

                Receding Gums (Periodontitis, Gingivitis): Calcium, Potassium, Magnesium, Boron

                Sexual Dysfunction: Selenium, Zinc, Manganese

           Wrinkles and Sagging (Facial/Aging): Copper

 

Deficiency

Symptoms

B-6

Inability to remember dreams, bad mood

Iodine

cold hands

Zinc

low-acid, cold hands, high cholesterol

Calcium

osteoporosis, fragile bones, headaches, fluid retention, nervous symptoms.

Magnesium

fibromyalgia (muscle pain) , muscle spasms


 

 

 

 BORON

Benefits:

Healthy bones and for the metabolism of calcium, phosphorus, and magnesium, enhances brain function and promotes alertness, prevent postmenopausal osteoporosis and build muscle. A boron supplement of 3 mg/day markedly affected several indices of mineral metabolism of seven women consuming a low-magnesium diet and five women consuming a diet adequate in magnesium; the women had consumed a conventional diet supplying about 0.25 mg boron/day for 119 days. Boron supplementation markedly reduced the urinary excretion of calcium and magnesium; the depression seemed more marked when dietary magnesium was low

 

Deficiency: arthritis, osteoporosis Receding Gums (Periodontitis, Gingivitis)

 

Sources:

Apples, carrots, grapes**, leafy vegetables, nuts, pears, and grains.

 

 

 

               CALCIUM

 

diet and calcium

Definition   

The most plentiful mineral found in the human body; calcium accounts for 1.5 to 2% of an adult's total body weight. The teeth and the bones contain the majority of the body's calcium (about 99%). Calcium in these tissues is concentrated in the form of calcium phosphate salts. Body tissues, blood, and other body fluids contain the remaining calcium (1%).

Functions      Formation of strong bones and teeth, maintenance of a regular heartbeat and the transmission of nerve impulses, maintenance of healthy gums, lowers cholesterol, muscular growth, prevention of muscle cramps, blood clotting and helps prevent cancer, provides energy, breaks down fats, maintains proper cell membrane permeability, aids in neuromuscular activity, helps to keep the skin healthy. Calcium is one of the most important minerals for the growth, maintenance, and reproduction of the human body. The bones in the human body incorporate calcium into their structure. Bones, like other tissues in the body, are continually being reabsorbed and re-formed. Teeth are also calcified tissues. They incorporate calcium in their structure in a manner similar to bones. Calcium is essential for the formation of and maintenance of healthy teeth. Calcium, in combination with phosphorus and other elements, is necessary to give strength to bonesFind out more about this term and teeth. When our dietary intake of calcium is greater than our bodies' requirements some of the excess calcium is stored in our bones. When our day-to-day intake of calcium does not meet requirements, the calcium stored in bone becomes available to meet this shortfall.

Calcium has other important roles. It is essential for normal clotting of blood and is a vital link in transmission of nerve impulses. It is also an essential element in enzyme regulation, in the secretion of insulin in adults, and in regulation of muscle function.

 

Calcium is one of the most important minerals for the growth, maintenance, and reproduction of the human body. The bones in the human body incorporate calcium into their structure. Bones, like other tissues in the body, are continually being reabsorbed and re-formed. Teeth are also calcified tissues. They incorporate calcium in their structure in a manner similar to bones. Calcium is essential for the formation of and maintenance of healthy teeth.

Calcium has other functions in addition to maintaining healthy teeth and bones. Blood coagulation, transmission of nerve impulses, muscle contraction and relaxation, normal heart beat, stimulation of hormone secretion, activation of enzyme reactions, as well as other functions all require small amounts of calcium. Calcium, in combination with phosphorus and other elements, is necessary to give strength to bonesFind out more about this term and teeth. When our dietary intake of calcium is greater than our bodies' requirements some of the excess calcium is stored in our bones. When our day-to-day intake of calcium does not meet requirements, the calcium stored in bone becomes available to meet this shortfall. Calcium has other important roles. It is essential for normal clotting of blood and is a vital link in transmission of nerve impulses. It is also an essential element in enzyme regulation, in the secretion of insulin in adults, and in regulation of muscle function.

Deficiency symptoms:


Low intakes of calcium for prolonged periods of time can lead to calcium deficiency. This condition leads to osteoporosis, loss of the jaw bone (and secondary oral health problems), hypertension, and other disorders: arthritis, cardiovascular disease, cramps, depression, impotence, infertility, osteoporosis, Receding Gums (Periodontitis, Gingivitis), fragile bones, headaches, fluid retention, nervous symptoms.
Osteoporosis, a decrease in the density of the bone, is a disease that becomes especially evident in women after the menopause, and is responsible for many serious bone fractures that occur in this group. It is associated with a decrease of calcium in the bones and may be due to an imbalance between calcium and phosphorus earlier in life. Obtaining adequate calcium and avoiding factors that adversely affect calcium balance throughout life may be helpful in preventing the development of this disease. In old age it may be difficult to replace lost bone calcium.

Contrary to popular belief, fingernail changes are not an indicator of inadequate calcium intake.

Overdose symptoms:

Increased calcium intake for limited periods does not normally cause toxic effects. The urine and the feces easily eliminate any excess calcium. However, an increased risk of kidney stones in persons susceptible to them has been associated with chronically high calcium intake.

.Recommendations   

   Calcium recommendations vary depending on age and special needs. In addition, levels of estrogen can affect calcium needs in women. Our bodies' utilization of the calcium in food can be adversely affected by the presence of two chemicals called phytic acid and oxalic acid. Phylic acid is found in the bran portion of cereals, and oxalic acid is present in significant quantities in spinach and rhubarb. The magnitude of the effect depends on the amount of these acids we consume and a higher intake of calcium may be necessary if large quantities of foods containing oxalic and/or phytic acids are eaten. Diets high in protein and also high in salt also increase the requirement for calcium. During periods of growth the demand for calcium is greater than usual, although some calcium is incorporated into bone at certain other stages of life. Thus children, adolescents and pregnant and lactating women need additional calcium. Adults continually need to replace calcium that is lost from the body in urine and faeces and to a lesser extent in sweat. Our bodies' utilization of the calcium in food can be adversely affected by the presence of two chemicals called phytic acid and oxalic acid. Phylic acid is found in the bran portion of cereals, and oxalic acid is present in significant quantities in spinach and rhubarb. The magnitude of the effect depends on the amount of these acids we consume and a higher intake of calcium may be necessary if large quantities of foods containing oxalic and/or phytic acids are eaten. Diets high in protein and also high in salt also increase the requirement for calcium.

Calcium recommendations vary depending on age and special needs. In addition, levels of estrogen can affect calcium needs in women.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has a PDF file that lists these recommendations.

Vitamin D is required for adequate amounts of calcium to be absorbed into the body, and for adequate calcium levels to be maintained.  Therefore, when choosing calcium supplements, those that also contain the RDA of vitamin D are preferred.

Comparing the RDA to the food sources of calcium helps to put the RDA in perspective:

A total intake of up to 2,000 milligrams per day from dietary sources and supplements appears to be safe. The preferred source of calcium is calcium-rich foods such as dairy products.  

CALCIUM INTAKE

Recommended daily dietary intake of calcium (Australia):

Infants:

Children:

Adult men:

Adult women:

Pregnancy (3rd trimester):

Lactation:

1100 milligrams

1200 milligrams

300-500 milligrams

700-1200 milligrams

800 milligrams

800-1000 milligrams

 

 

Sources: Many foods contain calcium but dairy products are the most significant source. milk* and dairy products such as yogurt, cheese**s, and butter milk* contain a more efficiently absorbed form of calcium.
The fat content of dairy products is a concern for adults and children over the age of two (for children between the ages of 1 and 2 years old, whole milk* or 4% is recommended). You can easily reduce the fat content of dairy products while maintaining the calcium content by selecting low-fat (2% or 1%) or skim milk*. The calcium is not contained in the "fat portion" of milk*, so removing the fat will not affect the calcium content. In fact, when you replace the fat portion that has been removed with an equal part of skimmed milk*, you are actually increasing the calcium content. Therefore, one cup of skim or non-fat milk* will have more calcium than one cup of whole milk* because the entire cup of skim milk* is the made up of the calcium-containing portion!
Other dairy products such as yogurt, most cheese**s*, and butter milk* are excellent sources of calcium and are available in low-fat or fat-free versions.
Milk is also a good source of phosphorus and magnesium, which help the body absorb and use the calcium more effectively. Vitamin D is also essential for efficient utilization of calcium; milk* is fortified with vitamin D for this reason.
Green leafy vegetables such as broccoli****, collards, kale****, mustard greens, turnip greens, and bok choy or Chinese cabbage**** are good sources of calcium. Certain green, leafy vegetables are less effective sources of calcium. While their calcium content appears to be high, their fiber and oxalic acid content interferes with the absorption of calcium.

Other sources of calcium are salmon and sardines canned with their soft bones. Shellfish*, almonds, Brazil nuts, and dried beans**** are also sources of calcium. It is difficult, however, to eat adequate quantities of these foods to achieve optimal calcium intake.

Several food products, such as breads and orange* juice, are enriched with calcium to make them a significant source of calcium for people whose dairy product consumption is inadequate.

 

 milk* and dairy foods, salmon (with bones), sardines, seafood, green leafy vegetables, almonds, asparagus, blackstrap molasses, brewer’s yeast*, broccoli****, butter milk*, cabbage****, carob, cheese**, collards, dandelion greens (=paardebloem), dulse, figs, filberts, goat’s milk*, kale****, kelp, mustard greens, oats****, prunes, sesame seeds, tofu****, turnip greens, watercress, whey, and yogurt, alfalfa, burdock root, cayenne, chamomile, chickweed, chicory, dandelion (=paardebloem), eyebright, fennel seed, fenugreek, flaxseed, hops, horsetail, kelp, lemongrass, mullein, nettle, oat straw, paprika, parsley, peppermint, plantain, raspberry leaves, red clover, rose hips, shepherd’s purse, violet leaves, yarrow, yellow dock. Persons with lactose intolerance have trouble digesting lactose, the sugar* in milk*. Lactose intolerance is due to an inability to produce lactase, the enzyme that digests milk* sugar*. The wall of the gastrointestinal tract normally produces this enzyme. In some people, due to diseases of the gastrointestinal tract or to hereditary factors, this enzyme cannot be produced by the body.  Fortunately, lactase can be synthetically produced and bought in various over-the-counter formulations, and taken orally with milk* to aid in its digestion. You can also buy "lactose-free" milk* at most grocery stores.
 

 


 



 

32: CHLORINE

 

 

Functions   

Chloride is essential in the maintenance of the body's acid-base and fluid balance. It is an essential component of the gastric (digestive) juices. Chlorine is present in food and our body almost entirely in the form of chloride. Chloride is important in maintaining water balance, and is an essential component of gastric juice.

 

Side effects   

Increased intake of chloride in the form of salt can cause fluid retention, but this is primarily because of the sodium in the salt.

A deficiency of chloride can be caused by fluid loss as a result of excessive sweating, vomiting, or diarrhea. This loss of chloride can result in excessive alkalinity of the body fluids (alkalosis), low fluid volume (dehydration), and loss of potassium in the urine,  digestive problems.

 

Dietary deficiency of chlorine is rare and is only likely to occur if you have excessive losses from your body. This can result from prolonged vomiting, diarrhoea or profuse sweating. If you are on a severe sodium-restricted diet it may be necessary to obtain chlorine from other sources.

CHLORINE INTAKE Recommendations   

There are no recommended dietary allowances for chloride. It is readily available in the food supply. In fact, most Americans probably consume more chloride than they need, in the form of added table salt, and excessive salt in processed foods.

 

There is no recommended dietary intake for chlorine in Australia.

For the average adult an estimated safe and adequate amount of chlorine is closely related to that for sodium and is in the range of 1700 to 5100 milligrams of chlorine per day. To keep to this level, most of us would need to reduce the amount of salt used in cooking or added at the table. Additionally, highly salted foods should be avoided.

Chloride is mainly obtained from table salt or sea salt, which is primarily sodium chloride. It is also found in many vegetables. Foods with higher amounts of chloride are seaweed, rye****, tomatoes*, lettuce, celery, and olives. Potassium chloride is found in most foods but is significant primarily in salt substitutes. We get our supplies of chlorine from food

 

 

 

 

 

 

CHROMIUM

Benefits+ Definition   

Chromium is an essential mineral that is not made by the body and must be obtained from the diet.

Needed for energy, maintains stable blood sugar* levels. Chromium is considered to be an essential element for humans. Those without it in their diets, such as hospital patients on artificial feeds, develop a diabetes-like condition, with high blood sugar* (glucose) levels. The availability of chromium to the body may depend on the form in which it is present in food. For example, it is found in a form in association with other compounds in Brewer's Yeast* and known as 'Glucose Tolerance Factor (GTF)'. Elderly people may be an at-risk group from chromium deficiencyChromium is important in the metabolism of fats and carbohydrates. Chromium stimulates fatty acid and cholesterol synthesis and is an activator of several enzymes

Symptoms of Deficiency:

. Chromium deficiency may show itself as impaired glucose tolerance.  It is seen in older people with non insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus, and in infants with protein-calorie malnutrition.  Supplementation of chromium helps with management of these conditions, but supplementation is not a substitute for other diabetes treatment. Because of the low absorption and high excretion rate of chromium, toxicity is not common in infants

 

Anxiety, fatigue, glucose intolerance (particularly in people with diabetes), inadequate metabolism of amino acids, and an increased risk of arteriosclerosis.

                0 to 6 months -- 0.01 to 0.04 milligrams

adolescents and adults -- 0.05 to 0.2 milligrams

There are no specific recommended dietary allowances for chromium.  The safe and adequate daily dietary intakes of chromium are:

The average adult intake in the U.S. is approximately 0.1 milligrams.

 

Food sources   

The best source of chromium is brewer's yeast*, but a large percentage of individuals do not tolerate brewer's yeast* because it causes abdominal distention (a "bloated" feeling) and nausea.

Other good sources of chromium are beef*, liver*****, eggs, chicken, oysters*, wheat* germ, green peppers***, apples, bananas**, spinach, and butter.  Black pepper and molasses are also good sources of chromium, but they are normally consumed only in small amounts. Beer*, brown rice, cheese**, meat*****, and whole grains, dried beans****, blackstrap molasses, calf liver*****, cheese**, chicken, corn* and corn* oil, dairy products, dried liver*****, dulse, eggs, mushrooms*, potatoes, catnip, horsetail, licorice, nettle, oat straw, red clover, sarsaparilla, wild yam, yarrow.

 

Relatively few foods have been analysed for chromium.

 The best source of chromium is brewer's yeast*, but a large percentage of individuals do not tolerate brewer's yeast* because it causes abdominal distention (a "bloated" feeling) and nausea. 
Other good sources of chromium are beef*, liver*****, eggs, chicken, oysters*, wheat* germ, green peppers***, apples, bananas**, spinach, and butter.Black pepper and molasses are also good sources of chromium, but they are normally consumed only in small amounts.

 

 

FIGURE 54: CHROMIUM CONTENT OF SOME FOODS

  FOOD

  CHROMIUM CONTENT FOOD
  (micrograms per 100 grams of food)

Egg yolk*****
Brewer's yeast*
Beef*
Cheese**
Liver*****
Wine**
Bread, wholemeal, wheat**
Black pepper
Rye**** bread
Chilli, fresh
Apple peel
Potatoes, old
Oysters*
Potatoes, new
Margarine*
Spaghetti
Corn*flakes
Spirits***
Butter
Spinach
Egg white*****
Oranges*
Beer*
Apples, peeled

183
112
57
56
55
45
42
35
30
30
27
27
26
21
18
15
14
14
13
10
8
5
3-30
1

 

 

 

Cobalt

Description: Cobalt makes up 0.001 - 0.002% of the earth's crust, and is a trace mineral for both plants and animals.

Deficiency: A direct requirement for cobalt is found only in some bacteria and algae. Vitamin B12 is produced only by these microorganisms and not by higher plants or animals (12). The vitamin B12 added to the human diet largely comes from ruminant stomach of the cow that provides for Vitamin B12.

Toxicity: Cobalt can be provided in such large quantities that copper assimilation is affected.

Conditions: Cobalt is only available to a few bacteria and algae. The need for Vitamin B12 requires a diet include a few diet products from a ruminant animal, either in the form of dairy products or meat*****s.

 

 

 

 

Cobalt requirements for plants

There is no known cobalt deficiency in plants, but it is necessary for nitrogen fixing bacteria in legumes****. It is also required for a few bacteria and algae. It is also required for the bacteria used in digestion of ruminant animals such as cattle, sheep and deer.

Cobalt Toxicity

In solution it can be toxic in quantities greater than 0.1 ppm.

Cobalt requirements for humans

The average daily intake for adult humans is from 5 to 8 micrograms and from 20 to 97% is absorbed (Smith 1987). The average store in a human body is 1.1 mg, with 43% of Co in muscles and 14% in bone (Underwood, 1977). Vitamin B12 is volatile to sunlight, oxidizing or reducing agents, and only 1-3% is absorbed through the human intestinal wall. Effective absorption requires intervention of carriers, able to bind the vitamin.

Connection between cobalt and vitamin B12

There is no convincing evidence that cobalt is needed in the human diet when Vitamin B12 is available. Vitamin B12 contains about 4.5% cobalt. An average daily need for Vitamin B12 range from 0.3 to 2.6 micrograms a day. Humans obtain Vitamin B12 from meat***** and diary products, and plants do not make Vitamin B12. The human liver can store 2000 micrograms of Vitamin B12, which is about a six year supply. Yeast* is high in Vitamin B12. (6)

Deficiency signs in humans

A deficiency in cobalt may be responsible for slow growth rate and permanent nervous disorders can result from deficiency. A deficiency can produce pernicious anemia with symptoms of paleness, fatigue, diarrhea, heart palpitations, numbness in fingers and toes. . It is used in the manufacture of red blood cells and so a deficiency in colbalt can cause pernious anemia. Other cobalt deficiency signs include: anaemia, birth defects, infertility, liver dysfunction

Food sources

Cobalt concentrations in soils and plants are highly variable, with plant Co concentrations, fertilizations, plant species, plant growth and soil factors influencing uptake. A vegetarian diet that relies on plants should supplement diet with an algae, yeast* or bacterial culture to supply necessary Vitamin B12.

Cobalt in plants

The concentration of cobalt in crops is dependent on soil factors, plant species, stage of maturity, yield, pasture, management, climate and soil pH. High rainfall leaches cobalt. Legumes**** generally have a greater ability to concentrate cobalt more than grasses, and a cobalt supplement is needed for the nitrogen fixing bacteria in the legume root nodules (Underwood, 1977). Green leafy vegetables are richest cobalt content.

Recommendation: Cobalt additions to the hydroponic nutrient will not provide enough cobalt or vitamin A for daily needs. In an all hydroponic diet, vitamin B12 will probably be missing. Therefore, mushrooms* are recommended in the hydroponic growing structure, and cobalt should be supplied to the mushroom growing portion of the hydroponic diet. The cobalt added to the plants is 100 micrograms per liter of Co in the form Cosulfate.

Mineral

Symptoms of Deficiency

Symptoms of Toxicity

Found in

Recommended Daily Allowance RDA adults

Maximum Therapeutic Repair

Cobalt (Co)

Small amounts may improve growth. The primary need for cobalt is for legumes**** that have nitrogen fixing bacteria.

 

 

more than 1.5 ppm inhibits growth, affecting leaves In solution it can be toxic in quantities greater than 0.1 ppm.

 

 

 

 

 

 

33: COPPER

definition+Function

  An essential trace mineral that is present in all of the body tissues. Copper is an essential part of several body enzymes (natural substances required for chemical reactions in the body). It is necessary for iron metabolism, for the formation of the brown pigment, melanin, in hair and skin, and in the functioning of the body's central nervous system.Copper, along with iron, helps in the formation of red blood cells. It also helps in keeping the blood vessels, nerves, immune system, and bones healthy. Copper is an essential part of several body enzymes (natural substances required for chemical reactions in the body). It is necessary for iron metabolism, for the formation of the brown pigment, melanin, in hair and skin, and in the functioning of the body's central nervous system

Aids in the formation of bone, hemoglobin, and red blood cells, involved in the healing process, energy production, hair and skin coloring, and taste sensitivity, formation of collagen.

Symptoms of Deficiency

 

Dietary deficiency of copper is not very common in humans. Copper deficiency due to inadequate dietary intake is rare. However, a deficiency may arise due to an inherited metabolic abnormality.

  Menkes disease (kinky hair syndrome) is a very rare congenital disorder of copper metabolism that occurs in male infants. Copper deficiency due to inadequate dietary intake is rare. However, a deficiency may arise due to an inherited metabolic abnormality. Signs of opper dificiency also are: anaemia, arthritis, birth defects, cardio vascular disease,  goitre (low thyroid), hair loss,  graying hair, infertility, wrinkles, sagging (facial aging)., osteoporosis, baldness, diarrhea, general weakness, impaired respiratory function, and skin sores.

Symptoms of overdose



In large amounts, copper is toxic. There is a rare hereditary disorder (Wilson's disease) that causes deposits of copper in the liver, brain, and other organs. The increased copper in these tissues leads to hepatitis, renal problems, neurologic disorders, and other problems.

COPPER INTAKE Recommendations   

The recommended daily allowances for copper are:

The average adult intake in the United States is between 2.5 and 5 milligrams.

                                   

There is no recommended dietary intake for copper in Australia.

In the U.S.A. an intake of 2 to 3 milligrams per day for adults is considered to be safe and adequate. (It is assumed that up to an occasional 10 milligrams per day is safe for adults.)

 

 

 

 

Food sources   

Sources of copper include shellfish*, liver*****, kidney and nuts. The amount of copper in household water supplies depends on the type of pipe and the hardness of the water. More copper is present in water from the hot tap than from the cold. For preparing hot drinks it is probably safer to heat cold water rather than use water from the hot tap, particularly for children. Oysters* and other shellfish*, whole grains, beans****, nuts, potatoes, and organ meat*****s are good sources of copper. Dark leafy greens, dried fruits (such as prunes), cocoa, black pepper, and yeast* are also sources of copper in the diet  Almonds, avocados, barley, beans****, beets****, blackstrap molasses, broccoli****, garlic, lentils****, liver*****, mushrooms*, nuts, oat. oranges* , pecans, radishes, raisins, salmon, seafood, soybeans****, green leafy vegetables.

                                                        

Almonds, avocados, barley, beans****, beets****, blackstrap molasses, broccoli****, garlic, lentils****, liver*****, mushrooms*, nuts, oat. oranges* , pecans, radishes, raisins, salmon, seafood, soybeans****, green leafy vegetables.

 

 

 

 

 

GERMANIUM

Function:

As part of a healthy diet, it can provide a wide range of healthful effects, including helping to maintain normal immune function.

Germanium is present in trace quantities in all living plant and animal matter. Its healthful attributes include promoting good functioning of the immune system, oxygen enrichment, and free radical scavenging.

·         Germanium's immune properties include the induction of interferon, macrophages, T-suppressor cells, and the augmentation of natural killer cell activity. In laboratory studies with mice, Germanium demonstrated anti-viral properties against influenza virus. Increased survival rate, prolonged mean survival days and decreased viral levels in lung tissue were some of the indicators of Germanium's anti-viral capabilities in these studies.

·         Clinical trials and the accumulated evidence from over a decade of its use in private practice have demonstrated its safety and efficacy.

Toxicology studies have shown that Germanium is rapidly absorbed and eliminated from the body.

Improves cellular oxygenation, keeps the immune system functioning properly,  rids the body of toxins and poisons, improves many illnesses, including rheumatoid arthritis, food allergies, elevated cholesterol, candidiasis, chronic viral infections, cancer, and AIDS.

 

 

Deficiency symptoms:

Germanium deficiency : cancer,

Overdose symptoms:

Excessive intake can result in kidney failure, causing dizziness, gait disturbances, fatigue, nausea or even death.

RDA:

There is no known requirement for germanium. The estimated daily intake is 1.5 mg. . Daily Germanium intake varied according to diet, with ovo-vegetarian and high protein diets containing 3.2 and 0.866 mg respectively.

 

 

Sources: Germanium is found in most foods at low levels of 5 ppm or less. Higher concentrations are toxic to plants.

The data showed that Germanium was present in trace amounts in most foods. Only clams*, canned tuna, baked beans**** (the highest content with 4.67 ppm) and Welch's tomato juice contained more than 2ppm

 

Garlic, shiitake mushrooms*, onions, and the herbs aloe Vera, comfrey, ginseng, and suma.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IODINE

Defenition:  Iodine is a trace mineral and an essential nutrient.

Functions   

Iodine is essential for the normal metabolism of cells. It is necessary nutrient for the production of thyroid hormones and normal thyroid function.

 

Helps to metabolize excess fat, needed for a healthy thyroid gland. Our bodies must have an adequate intake of iodine to form the hormones produced by the thyroid gland. These hormones regulate our bodies' metabolic rate.

Symptoms of Deficiency:

 

Deficiency of iodine may occur in areas that have iodine-poor soil. Many months of iodine deficiency in the diet can cause goiter and/or hypothyroidism. With decreased iodine, the thyroid cells and the gland become enlarged. The deficiency is more prevalent in women than in men, and more common in pregnant women and adolescents. Iodine is stressed as a preventive measure because a goiter caused by iodine depletion can cause cretinism. Cretinism is extremely rare in the U.S. because iodine deficiency is generally not a problem.

There is no significant incidence of iodine toxicity in the U.S. Very high intake of iodine can reduce the function of the thyroid gland.

 

http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/002421.htm

 

 If the dietary level of iodine is inadequate, the gland, which is in the neck, swells and produces goitre. Unless treated, this condition can cause mental retardation and stunted growth in children, and hair loss, slowed reflexes, dry, coarse skin and other effects in adults. Foods produced in regions where soils are low in iodine, such as Tasmania in Australia, the Thames Valley in the U.K., and the north-west region of the U.S.A., are deficient in this element. Goitre caused by iodine deficiency can be prevented by supplementing the diet with added iodine. This is commonly done by adding sodium iodide to table salt to produce iodized salt. For some people, iodized salt can be an important source of iodine, and a change to a low-salt diet should make allowance for the decrease in iodine intake. Some foods, such as cabbage****, sprouts and other brassicas contain natural anti-thyroid substances. In circumstances where both large quantities of these foods are eaten and the levels of dietary iodine are marginal, goitre could develop.

 

The use of iodized table salt prevents endemic goiter. Limiting goitrogenic foods and drugs prevents sporadic goiter.

 

Fatigue, neonatal hypothyroidism (cretinism), weight gain. A simple goiter occurs when the thyroid gland is unable to meet the metabolic demands of the body through sufficient hormone production. The thyroid gland compensates by enlarging, which usually overcomes mild deficiencies of thyroid hormone.

A simple goiter may be classified as an endemic (present continuously in a community) or sporadic goiter. Endemic (also known as colloid) goiters are usually caused by inadequate dietary intake of iodine in certain geographical areas with iodine depleted soil, usually areas away from the sea coast. In the US, the Great Lakes, Midwest, and Intermountain regions are known as the "goiter belt.". The use of iodized table salt prevents this deficiency. The incidence of iodine deficiency is now rare in the U.S. because of widespread distribution of foods from iodine sufficient areas and salt to which potassium iodide has been added.

Sporadic goiters are caused by swallowing of large amounts of certain foods or drugs and does not affect any particular segment of the population. Goitrogenic foods contain substances that decrease thyroid hormone production. Examples of these foods are rutabagas, cabbage, soybeans, peanuts, peaches, strawberries, spinach, and radishes. Drugs include lithium, cobalt, iodides, phenylbutazone, and others.

Hereditary factors may cause goiters. Excessive iodine intake is also a cause of goiter. Risk factors are female, over 40 years old, inadequate dietary intake of iodine, residence in an endemic area, ingestion of large amounts of goitrogenic foods or drugs, and a family history of goiters.

 

Symtoms of overdose

Excessive amounts of iodine can also lead to goitre. This has occurred where foods, such as seaweeds, which are rich in iodine, are commonly eaten. Although excessive iodine intake is not common, it should be noted that, in addition to food, many cough medicines and milk* contaminated with an iodine containing sanitizing agent also contribute to iodine intake. But it is unlikely that any harmful effects would occur with habitual intakes up to 300 micrograms per day.

 

Recommendations   

 

These are the recommended daily allowances:

A 1/4 teaspoon of iodized table salt provides 95 micrograms of iodine. A 6- ounce portion of ocean fish provides 650 micrograms of iodine. Most people are able to meet their iodine requirements by eating seafood, seaweed, iodized salt, and plants grown in iodine-rich soil.

 

Recommended daily dietary intake of iodine (Australia):

Infants:             

Children:

Adult men:

Adult women:

Pregnancy:

Lactation:

50-60 micrograms

70-150 micrograms

150 micrograms

120 micrograms

150 micrograms

200 micrograms


IODINE RDI:

 

 

Sources: 

Iodized salt is the primary food source of iodine. Iodine is also widely available in seafood; cod, sea bass, haddock, and perch are good sources. Kelp is the most common vegetable seafood that is a rich source of iodine. Dairy products and plants grown in soil that is rich in iodine are also good sources.

 

Include iodized salt, seafood, saltwater fish, and kelp, asparagus, dulse, garlic, lima beans****, mushrooms*, sea salt, sesame seeds, soybeans****, spinach (but see Comments, below), summer squash, Swiss chard, turnip greens.

 

FIGURE 52: IODINE CONTENT OF SOME FOODS

  FOOD

  IODINE CONTENT
  (micrograms per 100 grams of food)

Salt (iodized)
Seafood
Vegetables
Meat*****
Eggs
Dairy products
Bread and cereals
Fruits

3000
66
32
26
26
13
10
4

 

 

 

 

IRON

Benefits:

Production of hemoglobin and myoglobin (the form of hemoglobin found in muscle tissue) and the oxygenation of red blood cells, healthy immune system and for energy production. ..  Iron is an essential element in the diet. It is a component of body systems that are involved in the utilization of oxygen. It forms part of haemoglobin, the red pigment in bloodFind out more about this term, which allows oxygen to be carried from the lungs to the tissues.We cannot use all food sources of iron with equal efficiency. This means that not all of the iron consumed is available to our bodies.Animal sources of iron are more readily utilized than those from plant foods. Adequate iron intake is difficult to achieve if meat***** is notcconsumed The recommended dietary intake for iron takes into account the varying availability of the iron from food. The presence of vitamin C in the meal can enhance the availability of iron.

Symptoms of Deficiency:

Intestinal bleeding, excessive menstrual bleeding, anemia, brittle hair, difficulty swallowing, digestive disturbances, dizziness, fatigue, fragile bones, hair loss, inflammation of the tissues of the mouth, nails that are spoon-shaped or that have ridges running lengthwise, nervousness, obesity, pallor, and slowed mental reactions.

Iron deficiency is the most commonly occurring nutrient deficiency. In healthy people, iron deficiency can occur in infancy, during periods of rapid growth, from menstruation, and in pregnancy. Additional amounts of iron are needed during these periods. Blood loss and disorders of the gastrointestinal tract can also lead to deficiency.

Severe iron deficiency can result in anaemia.  Iron deficiency causes: anaemia, brittle nails, constipation. Excessive body levels of iron can result in poisoning, although, for healthy individuals, daily intakes of 25 to 75 milligrams should not cause untoward effects

 

 

Symtoms of overdose:

Poisoning has occurred in children who have eaten adults' iron supplements. IJzer maakt schroothoop van je hersenen

 

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                              Het was al bekend dat hoge doseringen ijzer om dezelfde reden

                                hartaanvallen kunnen veroorzaken.

                                Je kunt voorkomen dat ijzer opstapelt in je lichaam door geregeld

                                te bewegen. Lichaamsbeweging verhoogt de aanmaak en afbraak

                                van rode bloedlichaampjes en die bevatten veel ijzer. Het ijzer van

                                afgebroken bloedlichaampjes verlaat via de ontlasting het lichaam.

                                Ook zinksupplementatie is een optie. Zink verdringt ijzer.

                                Overigens vermindert bij een overdosering van zink je

                                hormoonaanmaak. High Iron May Make Strokes Worse

 

                                WASHINGTON (Reuters) - People with high levels of iron in

                                their blood may suffer more from strokes than people with lower

                                levels.

 

                                The iron might combine with chemicals to damage cells in a

                                process known as oxidative stress, the researchers, at the Hospital

                                Universitari Doctor Josep Trueta in Girona, Spain, said. High iron

                                levels are also linked to a greater heart attack risk.

 

                                "High body iron stores contribute to stroke progression by

                                increasing the production of free radicals in brain cells and in the

                                walls of brain microvessels," Dr. Antoni Davalos, who led the

                                study, said in a statement.

 

                                "Free radicals destroy the cell components and promote other

                                mechanisms of injury that might enlarge the damaged area of the

                                brain."

 

                                His team checked levels of ferritin, which is an indicator of iron

                                content, in blood samples taken from 100 stroke patients.

 

                                Of these patients, 45 had signs of progressive brain damage such

                                as slurred speech, and they had much higher median ferritin levels,

                                Davalos reported in the journal Neurology.

 

                                He said some people have a natural tendency to higher iron levels.

 

                                "Stored iron increases with age in normal people, but iron

                                accumulation is accelerated among a small percentage of the

                                population," he said.

 

                                "For these people a diet low in iron should be recommended.

                                Blood ferritin levels should be tested as we test cholesterol or

                                glucose levels in patients with cardiovascular diseases or

                                cardiovascular risk factors."

 

                                The main source of iron for most people is red meat**.

 

                                Other researchers have found that men who regularly donate

                                blood have a lower risk of heart attack, and they have speculated

                                that it is because giving blood helps deplete iron levels.

 

                                Some researchers also believe that one reason premenopausal

                                women have a lower risk of heart attack is because of their regular

                                monthly blood loss.

 

 

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Recommended daily dietary intake of iron (Australia):

Infants:

Children:

Adult men:

Adult women:

Pregnancy (2nd and 3rd trimesters):

Lactation:

22-36 milligrams

12-16 milligrams

0.5-9 milligrams

6-13 milligrams

7 milligrams

5-16 milligrams

 

Sources:

Eggs, fish, liver*****, meat*****, poultry, green leafy vegetables, whole grains, and enriched breads and cereals, almonds, avocados, beets****, blackstrap molasses, brewer’s yeast*, dates, dulse, kelp, kidney and lima beans****, lentils****, millet, peaches, pears, dried prunes, pumpkins, raisins, rice and wheat* bran, sesame seeds, soybeans****, and watercress, alfalfa, burdock root, catnip, cayenne, chamomile, chickweed, chicory, dandelion (=paardebloem), dong quad, eyebright, fennel seed, fenugreek, horsetail, kelp, lemongrass, licorice, milk* thistle seed, mullein, nettle, oat straw, paprika, parsley, peppermint, plantain, raspberry leaf, rose hips, sarsaparilla, shepherd’s purse,  yellow dock. Good sources of iron include prunes and prune juice, fortified cereals and grain products, raisins,   spinach (4 mg per 100g), alfalfa, nettle tea (brandnetel thee), cocoa (5 mg per 100 grams) , almonds (4 mg per 100g), Curry powder (75 mg per 100 g),  sesame seeds (11 mg per 100g),  worcester sauce (6 mg per 100g),  mustard powder ( 11 mg per 100 g),  pepper (10 mg per 100 g),  ground ginger (17 mg per 100 g), soy sauce ( 5 mg per 100 g),  parsley ( 8 mg per 100 g),  licorice ( 8 mg per 100 g), pistachio nuts ( 7 mg per 100g), boiled mussels ( 8 mg per 100 g), cereal: wheat* bran ( 13 mg per 100g), corn* flakes ( 9 mg per 100 g), soya**** full fat ( 7 mg per 100g),  soya**** low fat ( 9 mg per 100g), muesli ( 11 mg per 100 g), puffed rice ( 8 mg per 100 g),  wheat* breakfast biscuit ( 4 mg per 100g), dried bakers yeast* ( 20 mg per 100g)., radishes ( 2 mg per 100g), boiled soya**** ( 3 mg per 100g),

 

 

 

 

Lithium

RDA: Not established
Researched Supplement Range: Not set to date
Average Daily Intake: Unavailable

Body Components and Functions -- Nerves, muscles, and brain. Helps transport sodium metabolism to brain nerves and muscles.

 

 

Deficiency Symptoms

·  nerves

·  mental disorders

 

 

 

 

Therapeutic Uses

·  paranoid schizophrenic

 

 

 

 

 

 

Natural Sources

Kelp, dulse, and seafood.

 

 

 

 

 

MAGNESIUM

Definition+ function   

Magnesium is a mineral that is essential in the daily diet. Magnesium has several important metabolic functions. It plays a role in the production and transport of energy. Magnesium is important in the contraction and relaxation of muscles. It is involved in the synthesis of protein, and it assists in the functioning of certain enzymes in the body.

Many enzyme (natural substances required for chemical reactions in the body) systems that are needed

                   for the transfer of energy within our bodies must have a supply of magnesium. Magnesium also plays a

                   part in the normal functioning of muscles and nerves.

 

 

 

Assists in calcium and potassium uptake transmission of nerve and muscle impulses, causing irritability and nervousness, help prevents depression, dizziness, muscle weakness and twitching, and premenstrual syndrome (PMS), and also aids in maintaining the body’s proper pH balance. calcification of soft tissue, may help prevent cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, and certain forms of cancer, and it may reduce cholesterol levels.

Symptoms of Deficiency:

Magnesium deficiency is rare. The symptoms include muscle weakness, fatigue, hyperexcitability, and sleepiness. Deficiency of magnesium can occur in alcohol**ics or people whose magnesium absorption is decreased due to surgery, burns or problems with malabsorption (inadequate absorption of nutrients from the intestinal tract). Certain medications or low blood levels of calcium may be associated with magnesium deficiency. Magnesium occurs widely in foods, and cereals and vegetables are particularly good sources. An

                   inadequate supply of magnesium in the diet is rare. However, deficiency can occur as a result of prolonged

                   vomiting, diarrhoea und other gastrointestinal disorders. Chronic alcohol**ics frequently suffer from

                   magnesium deficiency, which may be due to low intake and large losses in urine.

 



Deficiency symptoms have three categories:

Arthritis, birth defects, cardiovascular disease, constipation, hyper activity, hypothermia, nervousness, osteoporosis, receding gums,

Confusion, insomnia, irritability, poor digestion, rapid heartbeat, seizures, and tantrums may be a major cause of fatal cardiac arrhythmia, hypertension, and sudden cardiac arrest, as well as asthma, chronic fatigue, chronic pain syndromes, depression, insomnia, irritable bowel syndrome, and pulmonary disorders.

Overdose:   

Toxic symptoms from increased magnesium intake are not common because the body eliminates excess amounts. Magnesium excess almost always occurs only when magnesium is supplemented as a medication.
 

                   MAGNESIUM INTAKE

Recommendations   

These are the recommended daily requirements of magnesium:

 

                   There is no recommended dietary intake for magnesium in Australia.

Recommended daily dietary intake of magnesium in Australia.

Infants:

Children:

Adult men:

Adult women:

Pregnancy:

Lactation:

40-60 milligrams

80-320 milligrams

320 milligrams

270 milligrams

300 milligrams

340 milligrams

 

 

 

                   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sources:

 

Most dietary magnesium comes from vegetables, particularly dark-green leafy vegetables. Other foods that are good sources of magnesium are soy products such as soy flour and tofu****; legumes**** and seeds; nuts such as almonds, and cashews; whole grains such as brown rice and millet; and fruits or vegetables, such as bananas**, dried apricots, and avocados. milk* is also a good source of phosphorus and magnesium, which help the body absorb and use the calcium more effectively. Spirulina,  kefir, seaweed,

Dairy products, fish, meat*****, and seafood, apples, apricots, avocados, bananas**, blackstrap molasses, brewer’s yeast*, brown rice, cantaloupe, dulse, figs, garlic, grapefruit*, green leafy vegetables, kelp, lemons, lima beans****, millet, nuts, peaches, black-eyed peas****, salmon, sesame seeds, soybeans****, tofu****, torula yeast*, watercress, wheat*, and whole grains, alfalfa, bladderwrack, catnip, cayenne, chamomile, chickweed, dandelion (=paardebloem), eyebright, fennel seed, fenugreek, hops, horsetail, lemongrass, licorice, mullein, nettle, oat straw, paprika, parsley, peppermint, raspberry leaf, red clover, sage, shepherd’s purse, yarrow, and yellow dock

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MANGANESE

Function:

Manganese is a necessary mineral for the functioning of the immune system. It is especially important in injuries or inflamed conditions.Free radical fighting nutrients such as C, E, beta- carotene, zinc, manganese, selenium, cysteine, glutathione and methionine reductase prevent the build up of lipofuscin.

Protein and fat metabolism, healthy nerves, a healthy immune system, and blood sugar* regulation, energy production, normal bone growth and for reproduction

Manganese is an essential trace mineral that is an important antioxidant. Manganese is important in activating numerous enzymes including those involved in blood sugar* control, thyroid function, and energy metabolism. The enzymes activated by manganese are necessary for utilization of choline, biotin, thiamin, and ascorbic acid. As an antioxidant, manganese provides a role in the function of superoxide dismutase (SOD). Sod prevents the damaging effects of super oxide free radicals from destroying cellular organelles. Supplemental manganese increases SOD activity, which stimulates increased antioxidant capabilities.

Manganese is involved in the metabolism of cholesterol, fatty acids, and mucopolysaccharides. Functions of manganese include normal skeletal development, a healthy immune system, and maintenance of sex hormone production, healthy nerves, and brain.

Manganese is absorbed in the small intestine. Absorption rate is about 40 percent of the total ingested. Manganese is stored in small amounts in the bones, pituitary gland, pancreas, intestinal mucosa, and liver*****. Only 12 to 20 milligrams of manganese are stored at one time. Magnesium may function in the place of manganese when levels are low (Kirschmann, 1996; Murray, 1996).

Manganese is essential for fertility and reproduction because it is involved in the synthesis of cholesterol, which is a precursor to sex hormones.

Supplemental manganese is recommended for strains, sprains, and inflammation. This therapeutic effect is probably due to manganese’s ability to increase levels of superoxide dismutase (SOD), which results in increased antioxidant activity.

Manganese supplementation may be helpful for epileptic seizures. Epileptics have low whole blood and hair manganese levels, and those with the lowest manganese levels typically have the highest seizure activity.

Manganese is an important component in the enzymes responsible for glucose metabolism, and thus may be beneficial for diabetics. Manganese levels of diabetics are only one-half the level of normal individuals.

Manganese may be helpful in the treatment of osteoarthritis. Manganese is used in the treatment of myasthenia gravis, a condition characterized by failure of muscular coordination and loss of muscle strength. Manganese may also play a role in the treatment of multiple sclerosis

(Kirschmann, 1996; Murray, 1996).

 

 

Symptoms of Deficiency:

Although the element manganese forms a part of substances essential for body metabolism, known as enzymes, no definite deficiency has been recognized in humans. In animals, deficiency can lead to abnormalities of the developing skeleton, of balance, and of carbohydrate and fat metabolism Shortage causes asthma, birth defects, cardiovascular disease, infertility, memory loss,  muscular weekness, sexual dysfunction.

It was discovered in 1931 that manganese is an essential nutrient when mice and rats fed a diet devoid of manganese showed poor growth and impaired reproduction. In addition to impaired growth, manganese deficiency in animals results in skeletal abnormalities, and defects in carbohydrate and fat metabolism. Humans fed a diet deficient in manganese develop numerous metabolic abnormalities including skin rash, loss of hair color, bone malformations, impaired growth of hair and nails, and reduced HDL cholesterol (Murray, 1996; Somer, 1995). Other symptoms of manganese dificiency are: asthma, birth defects, cardiovascular disease, impotence, infertility, memory loss, muscular weakness, sexual dysfunction.

 

Atherosclerosis, confusion, convulsions, eye problems, hearing problems, heart disorders, high cholesterol levels, hypertension, irritability, memory loss, muscle contractions, pancreatic damage, profuse perspiration, rapid pulse, tooth-grinding, tremors, a tendency to breast ailments.

Signs of overdose:

Manganese poisoning from food is very unlikely Manganese from dietary sources and supplements is extremely safe. Excessive dietary intake of manganese might interfere with iron absorption. High calcium and phosphorus intake increases the need for manganese.

Exposure to manganese through environmental pollution or mining can result in a serious health condition called "manganese madness". This syndrome is characterized by severe psychiatric symptoms such as hallucinations, violent behavior, and extreme irritability. Manganese madness cannot be caused by dietary or manganese-containing nutritional supplements (Murray, 1996; Somer, 1995; Kirschmann, 1996).

 

MANGANESE INTAKE

 

The safe and adequate range of intake for adults (U.S.A.) is 2500 to 5000 micrograms per day. RECOMMENDED DIETARY ALLOWANCE

There is no official RDA for manganese. The following is the safe and adequate ranges for manganese:

GROUP

MILLIGRAMS

INFANTS

 

Under 6 months

0.3-0.6

6-12 months

0.6-1.0

CHILDREN

 

1-3 years

1.0-1.5

4-6 years

1.5-2.0

7-10 years

2.0-3.0

ADOLESCENTS AND ADULTS

 

11+ YEARS

2.5-5.0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FOOD SOURCES

The best dietary sources of manganese are nuts, whole grains, dried fruits, and green leafy vegetables. Meat*****, poultry, seafood, and dairy products are low in manganese. The average dietary intake of manganese ranges from 2 to 9 milligrams daily (Murray, 1996; Somer, 1995). Sources: 

Avocados, nuts and seeds, seaweed, and whole grains. This mineral may also be found in blueberries, egg yolks, legumes****, dried peas****, pineapples*, and green leafy vegetables. Herbs that contain manganese include alfalfa, burdock root, catnip, chamomile, chickweed, dandelion (=paardebloem), eyebright, fennel seed, fenugreek, ginseng, hops, horsetail, lemongrass, mullein, parsley, peppermint, raspberry, red clover, rose hips, wild yam, yarrow, yellow dock.

 

 

 

 

Pecans

3.5

Walnuts

0.8

Brussels sprouts

0.3

Brazil nuts

2.8

Spinach, fresh

0.8

Oatmeal

0.3

Almonds

2.5

Peanuts*

0.7

Corn*meal

0.2

Barley

1.8

Oats****

0.5

Millet

0.2

Rye****

1.3

Raisins

0.5

Carrots

0.16

Buckwheat*

1.3

Turnip greens

0.5

Broccoli****

0.15

Split peas****, dry

1.3

Rhubarb

0.5

Brown rice

0.14

Whole wheat*

1.1

Beet greens

0.4

Whole-wheat* bread

0.14

 

FIGURE 55: MANGANESE CONTENT OF SOME FOODS

  FOOD

  MANGANESE CONTENT
  (micrograms per 100 grams of food)

Nuts
Wholegrain cereals
Vegetables
Fats and oils
Fruits
Meat*****
Poultry
Fish and seafood

1700
700
250
180
100
20
20
5

 

Seaweed

 

 

MOLYBDENUM

Benefits:

Molybdenum

is necessary for the enzymes in the liver that deal with one of the major toxins Candida releases : acetaldehyde

 

Normal cell function, nitrogen metabolism.

Symptoms of Deficiency:

Mouth and gum disorders and cancer impotence in older males.

Sources:

Beans****, cereal grains, legumes****, peas****, dark green leafy vegetables.

 

Normal cell function, nitrogen metabolism.

Symptoms of Deficiency:

Mouth and gum disorders and cancer impotence in older males.

Sources:

Beans****, cereal grains, legumes****, peas****, dark green leafy vegetables.

 

No definite disease due to deficient molybdenum intake in humans has been recognized. However, it is an element that is part of enzymes (natural substances essential for body metabolism) that are involved in the production of waste products prior to excretion.

 

MOLYBDENUM INTAKE

The safe and adequate range of intake for adults (U.S.A.) is 150 to 500 micrograms per day.

 

The molybdenum content of foods depends on the soil where plant foods are grown.

 

 

FIGURE 58: MOLYBDENUM CONTENT OF SOME FOODS

  FOOD

  MOLYBDENUM CONTENT
  (micrograms per 100 grams of food)

Potatoes

Cabbage****

Carrots

Leguminous seeds

Cereal grains

600

280

200

20-470

10-110

 

 

 

 

 

 

PHOSPHORUS

 

                Definition   

Phosphorus is a mineral that makes up 1% of the total body weight.  It is present in every cell of the body, but 85% of the body's phosphorus is found in the bones and teeth.

 the second most abundant mineral in our bodies,

 

Functions   

The main function of phosphorus is in the formation of the bones and teeth. It plays an important role in the body's utilization of carbohydrates and fats, and in the synthesis of protein for the growth, maintenance, and repair of cells and tissues.

Phosphorus works with the B vitamins in their functions in the body. It also assists in the contraction of muscles, in the functioning of kidneys, in maintaining the regularity of the heartbeat, and in nerve conduction.

 

helps utilize carbohydrates, fats, and proteins for cell growth, maintenance and energy.  Calcium, in combination with phosphorus and other elements, is necessary to give strength to bonesFind out more about this term and teeth. 10% Diet and phosphorus Phosphorus is an important element for many essential processes in the body. In combination with calcium it is necessary for the formation of bones and teeth. Phosphorus is also involved in the metabolism of fat, carbohydrate and protein, and in the effective utilization of many of the B-group vitaminsFind out more about this term, and in energy metabolism.

 

 

Bone and tooth formation, cell growth, contraction of the heart muscle, and kidney function utilization of vitamins and the concision of food to energy.

Symptoms of Deficiency:

There is no known deficiency of phosphorus because it is so available in the food supply.

.

. Because of its widespread occurrence, it is

unlikely that you will have any dietary deficiency. But you could become deficient if you used large amounts of antacidsFind out more about this term for a long time. Also, people with faulty kidneys could have a deficiency of phosphorus.

 

Anxiety, bone pain, fatigue, irregular breathing, irritability, numbness, skin sensitivity, trembling, weakness, weight changes.

 

Overdose symptoms:

Excessively high levels of phosphorus in the blood, although rare, can combine with calcium and deposit in soft tissues like muscle. These high levels of phosphorus in blood only occur in people with severe kidney disease or severe dysfunction of their calcium regulation

PHOSPHORUS INTAKE

Recommendations   

The recommended allowances of intake of phosphorus are:

Most diets in the U.S. have adequate amounts of phosphorus.

 

There is no recommended intake for phosphorus in Australia.

In the U.S.A. the allowance for adults is 900 milligrams per day. Pregnant and lactating women, and children during years of rapid growth (10 to 18 years) should have a higher intake of 1200 milligrams per day.

PHOSPHORUS RDI:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sources:

.

 

 Phosphorus is very widely distributed in both plant and animal foods

The main food sources are the protein food groups of meat***** and milk*. A meal plan that provides adequate amounts of calcium and protein also provides an adequate amount of phosphorus.

Whole-grain breads and cereals contain more phosphorus than refined cereals and breads made from refined flour. However, the phosphorus in whole-grain products is in the form of phytin, a storage form of phosphorus that is not absorbed by humans.

Fruits and vegetables contain only small amounts of phosphorus.

Milk is also a good source of phosphorus and magnesium, which help the body absorb and use the calcium more effectively

oleaginous seeds and fruit... Don't forget oleaginous seeds and fruit... Since they are fat (they are used to make oil), they are particularly rich (300 to 650 kcal / 100 g). These foods are of special interest for they bring huge quantities of minerals and trace-elements (potassium, magnesium, calcium, phosphorus, iron, zinc, copper, manganese).
Cocoa belongs to this group and it explains why plain/dark chocolate is rightly advised if you lack magnesium. Some other seeds Warm up with fresh green vegetable soup, full of vitamins and minerals. If you prefer to buy a soup ready to eat, don't indulge in dehydrated soups, which are very salty. Bricks of soup are a good alternative. Soups are interesting because we consum the water in which vegetables were cooked, where vitamins and minerals have diffused. So, these nutrients aren't lost, contrarily to what occurs when we boil vegetables in water... and throw the water away !

to degustate : almonds, pistachio-nuts, hazel-nuts, walnuts, peanuts*, cocoa-nuts, olives, etc.  seaweed,

Carbonated soft drinks, asparagus; bran; brewer’s yeast*; corn*; dairy products; eggs; fish; dried fruit; garlic; legumes****; nuts; sesame, sunflower, and pumpkin seeds; meat*****s; poultry; salmon; and whole grains

 

 

POTASSIUM

Definition   

Potassium is a mineral that is involved in both electrical and cellular functions in the body. (In the body it is classified as an electrolyte).

Functions   

Potassium, like sodium, is essential for normal body function. Potassium is necessary for muscle function, the transmission of nerve impulses and for carbohydrate and protein metabolism.

 

Potassium is a very important mineral to the human body.  It assists in the regulation of the acid-base and water balance in the blood and the body tissues.  It assists in protein synthesis from amino acids and in carbohydrate metabolism.  It is necessary for the building of muscle and for normal body growth. Prevent stroke, aids in proper muscle contraction, and works with sodium to control the body’s water balance maintaining stable blood pressure and in transmitting electrochemical impulses.

Symptoms of Deficiency:

 

A deficiency of potassium (hypokalemia) can occur in people with chronic disease or as a result of the aging process.The most common problems associated with reduced potassium levels are hypertension, congestive heart failure, cardiac arrhythmias, depression, and fatigue.  A variety of conditions can cause the loss of potassium from the body. The most common of these conditions are vomiting, diarrhea, and other gastrointestinal problems.

Renal disease (such as acute renal failure) and diabetes, depending on the stage of either, can also cause fluctuations in the levels of potassium.  Additionally, many medications can cause depletion of potassium (such as diuretics, cortisone, prolonged use of aspirin, and laxatives). 

The most common symptom of potassium depletion is fatigue. Other symptoms of potassium deficiency include slow reflexes, muscle weakness, and dry skin.  A quick loss of potassium could lead to cardiac arrhythmias. 

Severe potassium deficiency symptoms include decreased heart rate, extreme muscle weakness, bone fragility and, if untreated, death. A low level of potassium can be determined with a blood test and can be treated with potassium supplements.

It is unlikely that we would have a dietary deficiency of potassium as it is present in a large number of foods. Deficiency can occur when there are large losses resulting from excessive urination or from prolonged vomiting and diarrhoea.

Although sodium is an important dietary factor in high blood pressure for some people, variations in the ratio of sodium and potassium will also affect blood pressure under certain circumstances. An increase in potassium intake appears to partly offset the adverse effect of sodium on blood pressure. If you are prone to high blood pressure it would be beneficial to decrease sodium intake and increase your dietary intake of potassium, by eating more foods that have low amounts of sodium and significant amounts of potassium, such as fruits and vegetables.

 

 Abnormally dry skin, acne, chills, cognitive impairment, constipation, depression, diarrhea, diminished reflex function, edema, nervousness, insatiable thirst, fluctuations in heartbeat, glucose intolerance, growth impairment, high cholesterol levels, insomnia, low blood pressure, muscular fatigue and weakness, nausea and vomiting, periodic headaches, proteinuria (protein in the urine), respiratory distress, and salt retention.
 

Overdose symptoms

The use of potassium salts as substitutes for common salt (sodium chloride) is potentially dangerous, and overuse can be fatal. Excessive potassium intake can cause heart irregularities and can cause the heart to stop beating (cardiac arrest). Potassium supplements and bulk substitutes should not be used without medical advice. High potassium intake can be particularly dangerous for children.

 


Increased levels of potassium in the blood is known as  hyperkalemia. Some common causes of this are reduced renal (kidney) function, an abnormal breakdown of protein, and severe infection.  If there is no pathological cause for increased potassium levels, the kidneys are able to handle a large amount of potassium, and prevent the blood levels from increasing. Other potassium deficiency signs are: arthritis, asthma, cardiovascular disease, constipation, edema, Muscular Weakness/Dystrophy (also Cystic Fibrosis),  Receding Gums (Periodontitis, Gingivitis)

Recommendations   

There is no recommended daily allowance for potassium although experts recommend approximately 2 to 2.5 grams per day. The average American diet provides 2 to 6 grams of potassium per day.

Over-the-counter potassium supplements provide 99 milligrams of potassium per tablet. Potassium supplementation should be based on medical prescription and should never be taken without the approval of a health care provider.

 

Recommended daily dietary intake of potassium (Australia):

Infants:

Children:

Adults:

10-35 millimoles

25-140 millimoles

50-140 millimoles

0.4-1.4 grams

1.0-5.5 grams

2.0-5.5 grams

 

Food sources   

Dairy foods, fish, fruit, legumes****, meat*****, poultry, vegetables, and whole grains, apricots, avocados, bananas**, blackstrap molasses, brewer’s yeast*, brown rice, dates, dulse, figs, dried fruit, garlic, nuts, potatoes, raisins, winter squash, torula yeast*, wheat* bran, and yams, catnip, hops, horsetail, nettle, plantain, red clover, sage, and skullcap.

 

Fish such as salmon, cod, flounder, and sardines are good sources of potassium. Various other types of meat*****s also contain potassium.

Vegetables including broccoli****, peas****, lima beans****, tomatoes*, potatoes (especially their skins), and leafy green vegetables such as spinach, lettuce and parsley contain potassium.

Fruits that contain significant sources of potassium are citrus fruits (such as oranges* ), apples, bananas**, and apricots (dried apricots contain more than fresh apricots).

 

 

 

 

 

SELENIUM

Function:

Selenium,  like vitamin E, is an important anti-oxidant nutrient. In fact, when these two are taken together, the synergism increases the effectiveness of each in quenching free radicals.

 

Selenium is an element that forms part of an important body enzyme (substances essential for body metabolism), which has an antioxidant action in preventing, for example, breakdown of fats (lipids) to substances that can be damaging to the body. The enzyme probably takes care of what other antioxidants like vitamin E have failed to do because they were not present in sufficient amounts.

Selenium deficiency has been observed in patients receiving all their nutrition via the veins (parenteral nutrition), but with selenium-poor solutions.'Keshan disease', a disease of heart muscle affecting children, is a selenium-deficiency disease seen in a selenium poor area of North-Eastern China.

Selenium is an essential trace element. It is an integral part of enzymes.

 

Selenium has a variety of functions. The main one is its role as an antioxidant in the enzyme selenium-glutathione-peroxidase.Â

Selenium also seems to stimulate antibody formation in response to vaccines.  It also may provide protection from the toxic effects of heavy metals and other substances.  It may assist in the synthesis of protein, in growth and development, and in fertility, especially in men.  Selenium has been shown to improve the production of sperm and sperm motility.

 

Inhibits the oxidation of lipids, preventing the formation of free radicals, preventive against the formation of certain types of tumors pancreatic function and tissue elasticity.

Symptoms of Deficiency

Keshan disease has been documented as being caused by a deficiency of selenium.  It causes an abnormality of the heart muscle, and it claimed the lives of many children in China until the relationship to selenium was discovered and selenium supplements were provided.

Selenium deficiency may also occur in patients fed intravenously for long periods of time. Other selenium deficiency signs are: anaemia, birth defects, cancer, candida, cardiovascular disease, chronic fatigue, immune system weakness, infertility, liver dysfunction, low blood sugar*,  muscular wekness / dystrophy (also cystic fibrosis), PMS, sexual dysfunction

 

:

Exhaustion, growth impairment, high cholesterol levels, infections, liver***** impairment, pancreatic insufficiency, and sterility.

 

 

Symptoms of overdose:

 

Increased intake of selenium can lead to toxicity in cattle grazing in selenium-rich soil.  The cattle demonstrate muscle, visual and heart problems.

The amount of selenium required to cause toxicity in humans is not known.  Excess selenium intake can cause problems with the strength of teeth and the tooth enamel.  Other problems may include loss of teeth, hair, and nails.  Skin inflammation, nausea, and fatigue can also occur.

Recommendations   

The suggested intake by nutrition experts is 50 to 200 micrograms for adults, which the average diet in the U.S. usually provides.  Selenium is often available in multi-vitamin and mineral supplements.

Specific recommendations for each nutrient depend on age, gender, and other factors (such as pregnancy).  The U.S. Department of Agriculture has a PDF file that lists these recommendations.

 

 

INTAKE

Recommended daily dietary intake of selenium (Australia):

Infants:

Children:

Adult men: SELENIUM

Adult women:

Pregnancy:

Lactation:

10-15 micrograms

25-85 micrograms

85 micrograms

70 micrograms

80 micrograms

85 micrograms

 

 

Food sources   

Fish, shellfish*, red meat**, grains, eggs, chicken, liver*****, and garlic are all good sources of selenium. The amount of selenium in vegetables is dependent on the selenium content of the soil. Brewer's yeast* and wheat* germ, both considered "health foods," are also good sources of selenium.

 

Meat***** and grains, Brazil nuts, brewer’s yeast*, broccoli****, brown rice, chicken, dairy products, dulse, garlic, kelp, liver*****, molasses, onions, salmon, seafood, torula yeast*, tuna, vegetables, wheat* germ, and whole grains. Herbs that contain selenium include alfalfa, burdock root, catnip, cayenne, chamomile, chickweed, fennel seed, fenugreek, garlic, ginseng, hawthorn berry, hops, horsetail, lemongrass, milk* thistle, nettle, oat straw, parsley, peppermint, raspberry leaf, rose hips, sarsaparilla, uva ursi, yarrow, and yellow dock.

Update Date: 2/11/01

 

 

FIGURE 56: SELENIUM CONTENT OF SOME FOODS

  FOOD

  SELENIUM CONTENT
  (micrograms per 100 grams of food)

Seafood
Organ meat*****s
Muscle meat*****s
Cereals
Dairy products
Fruits
Vegetables
Brown sugar*
White sugar*

100
20
20
20
6
1
1
1
0.3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SILICON

Benefits:

Formation of collagen for bones and connective tissue; for healthy nails, skin, and hair; and for calcium absorption in the early stages of bone formation counteracts the effects of aluminum plays a major role in preventing cardiovascular disease.

Sources:

Alfalfa, beets****, brown rice, the herb horsetail, bell peppers***, soybeans****, leafy green vegetables, whole grains. SILICON

The best known form of silicon is silica or sand, but this is not the form that has been used to prevent growth abnormalities in animals. In a different chemical form, known as a 'salt' form, it appears to be more available to metabolic processes

 

Benefits:

Formation of collagen for bones and connective tissue; for healthy nails, skin, and hair; and for calcium absorption in the early stages of bone formation counteracts the effects of aluminum plays a major role in preventing cardiovascular disease. After oxygen, silicon is the most abundant element on earth. Its presence in our bodies might be thought of as that of an environmental contaminant. From the health point of view, most interest has centered on toxicity to the lungs from inhalation of silica dust. However, it has been shown in animals that silicon is essential for normal growth. Its action appears to be connected with bone mineralization and formation of connective tissue.

SILICON INTAKE

The safe and adequate intake is not known.

 

 

Sources:

Alfalfa, beets****, brown rice, the herb horsetail, bell peppers***, soybeans****, leafy green vegetables, whole grains. Good sources are wholegrain cereals and citrus fruits.

 

SODIUM

Benefits:

Maintaining proper water balance and blood pH needed for stomach, nerve, and muscle function.

Symptoms of Deficiency:

Abdominal cramps, anorexia, confusion, dehydration, depression, dizziness, fatigue, flatulence, hallucinations, headache, heart palpitations, an impaired sense of taste, lethargy, low blood pressure, memory impairment, muscular weakness, nausea and vomiting, poor coordination, recurrent infections, seizures, weight loss.

Sources:

All foods

31: SULPHUR

definition and function:

Sulfur disinfects the blood helps the body to resist bacteria stimulates bile secretion, and protects against toxic substances. protect against the harmful effects of radiation and pollution slows down the aging process. We obtain most of our sulphur from proteins in the diet. The essential amino acidFind out more about this term methionine (see the Protein Food Charts) is one of several sulphur-containing components of protein. The proteins are broken down into their constituent amino acids, and the sulphur-containing amino acids are reused for the formation of body proteins needed for growth, tissue maintenance and enzyme production. New sulphur-containing compounds are also made by our bodies from the protein components. Some of these have metabolic function, and some are used to remove potentially toxic substances, including certain drugs, from the body.

SULPHUR INTAKE

There is no recommended dietary intake for sulphur.

The sulphur that is essential for the functions described above is provided by protein and is included in the recommended dietary intake for protein.

 

Sources:

Brussels sprouts, dried beans****, cabbage****, eggs, fish, garlic, kale****, meat*****s, onions, soybeans****, turnips, and wheat* germ contain sulfur, as do the herb horsetail and the amino acids cysteine, cystine, lysine, methionine Sulphur zit vooral in eieren,  amandel noten, Brazil nuts, cabbage****, peper, peanuts* roasted and salted

 

 

 

 

 

 

VANADIUM

Defenition and function::


 


 


Vanadium is a trace mineral.

  • The average adult body contains approximately 20mg. of vanadium.

 

 

 

. Vanadium is an essential element in the diets of chickens; deficiency affects bones, feathers and blood. It is not known whether it is essential for humans. Cellular metabolism and for the formation of bones and teeth growth and reproduction, and inhibits cholesterol synthesis


The functions of vanadium are not well understood.

 


Symptoms of Deficiency:

Cardiovascular and kidney disease, impaired reproductive ability, and increased infant mortality.

 

 VANADIUM INTAKE

The safe and adequate intake is not known. There is no Daily Value, Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA), or estimated range of safe and adequate intake for vanadium.

 

Vanadium overdose:

Limited information is available about vanadium toxicity.

 

Toxicity has not been seen with intakes below 4500 micrograms per day.

 

Sources:

Dill, fish, olives, meat*****, radishes, snap beans****, vegetable oils, and whole grains. Good dietary sources for vanadium include seafood, mushrooms*, parsley, cereals, soybeans****, corn*, gelatin, liver*****, black pepper, and dill seed.

Processed or refined foods contain higher levels of vanadium since this mineral is leached from stainless steel processing equipment.

 

FIGURE 61: VANADIUM CONTENT OF SOME FOODS

  FOOD

  VANADIUM CONTENT
  (micrograms per 100 grams of food)

Radishes
Dill
Wheat* grains
Liver*****
Fish
Meat*****
Carrots
Peas****
Pears

79
14
0.6-2
0.2-1
0.2-1
0.2-1
0.01
0.01
0.01

 

 

 

 

ZINC

Functions Boosts the immune system. It is involved with the action of many different enzymes, including the important anti-oxidant compound superoxide dismutase. Zinc not only enhances immune system function, but also releases stored vitamin A from the liver.

Our bodies need zinc for many different functions, which include protein and carbohydrate metabolism, wound healing, growth and vision.

  

Zinc plays an important role in the proper functioning of the immune system in the body. It is required for the enzyme activities necessary for cell division, cell growth, and wound healing. It plays a role in the acuity of the senses of smell and taste. Zinc is also involved in the metabolism of carbohydrates. In the evening, take magnesium, zinc, B6, and B12 for enhanced dreaming in vivid colors with high recall.

Zinc is an important trace mineral. It is second only to iron in its concentration in the body.

 

Important in prostate gland function and the growth of the reproductive organs. prevent acne and regulate the activity of oil glands protects the liver from chemical damage and is vital for bone formation maintain the proper concentration of vitamin E promotes a healthy immune system and the healing of wounds.

Symptoms of Deficiency:

Loss of the senses of taste and smell. It can also cause fingernails to become thin, peel, and develop white spots, acne, delayed sexual maturation, fatigue, growth impairment, hair loss, high cholesterol levels, impaired night vision, impotence, increased susceptibility to infection, infertility, memory impairment, a propensity to diabetes, prostate tr

Several groups of people are at risk of developing dietary zinc deficiency. If you restrict your food to vegetables, and particularly wholegrain cereals, you could become deficient in zinc. Although zinc is present in these foods, it is not utilized by the body as efficiently as the zinc in other sources, such as meat*****, eggs and liver*****. Alcohol**ics also develop zinc deficiency, due to an inadequate diet and to large losses of zinc in their urine.

Zinc deficiency also appears to be a problem in some disease states

 


The best way to get the daily requirement of essential vitamins and minerals is to eat a balanced diet that contains a variety of foods from the food guide pyramidouble, recurrent colds and flu, skin lesions, and slow wound healing.

Symptoms associated with zinc deficiency include: . Inadequate zinc intake can result in retarded growth, delayed wound healing, loss of taste sensation and dermatitis. Zinc deficiency causes: acne, asthma, brittle nails, birth defects, candida, chronic fatigue, diabetes, digestive problems, eczema, hair loss, hyper activity, immune system weakness, impotence, infertility, liver dysfunction, low bloodsugar* (hypoglycemia), PMS, Sexual dysfunction, low acid, cold hands, high cholesterol,

Overdose symptoms:

Zinc is one of the least toxic of the trace elements. Zinc supplements in large amounts (for example, 70 to 100 times the recommended amounts) may cause diarrhea, abdominal cramps, and vomiting usually occuring within 3 to 10 hours of the ingestion of the supplements. The symptoms diminish within a short period of time after the discontinuation of the supplements.
 

ZINC INTAKE

The dietary requirement for zinc must take into account the different degree of availability of zinc in different foods. Animal products are more efficient sources compared with cereals. The recommended dietary intake for zinc assumes that the zinc comes from mixed animal and plant sources. For people who do not eat animal products a higher intake may be necessary.

Recommended daily dietary intake of tine (Australia):

Infants:

Children:

Adults:

Pregnancy:

Lactation:

3-6 milligrams

4.5-18 milligrams

12-16 milligrams

16-21 milligrams

18-22 milligrams

 

Recommendations   30 to 50 mg a day

Recommended daily allowances for zinc are as follows:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Food sources   

High-protein foods contain high amounts of zinc. Beef**, pork*, and lamb contain more zinc than fish. The dark meat***** of a chicken has more zinc than the light meat*****.

Other good sources of zinc are peanuts*, peanut butter, and legumes****.

Fruits and vegetables are NOT good sources, because zinc in plant proteins is not as available for use by the body as the zinc from animal protein*****s. Therefore, low-protein diets and vegetarian diets are low in zinc.

 

Don't forget oleaginous seeds and fruit... Since they are fat (they are used to make oil), they are particularly rich (300 to 650 kcal / 100 g). These foods are of special interest for they bring huge quantities of minerals and trace-elements (potassium, magnesium, calcium, phosphorus, iron, zinc, copper, manganese).
Cocoa belongs to this group and it explains why plain/dark chocolate is rightly advised if you lack magnesium. Some other seeds to degustate : almonds, pistachio-nuts, hazel-nuts, walnuts, peanuts*, cocoa-nuts, olives, etc.

Brewer’s yeast*, dulse, egg yolks, fish, kelp, lamb, legumes****, lima beans****, liver*****, meat*****s, mushrooms*, pecans, oysters*, poultry, pumpkin seeds, sardines, seafood, soy lecithin, soybeans****, sunflower seeds, torula yeast*, and whole grains, alfalfa, burdock root, cayenne, chamomile, chickweed, dandelion (=paardebloem), eyebright, fennel seed, hops, milk* thistle, mullein, nettle, parsley, rose hips, sage, sarsaparilla, skullcap, wild yam.

Always include some nuts or seeds for added

                                      zinc. Raw,

                                      unroasted, unsalted pumpkin seeds are the best food sources of zinc.

                                      Oatmeal is another good zinc source., spirulina,  seaweed, cocoa powder (7mg per 100 g)

 

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34: ZINC

Our bodies need zinc for many different functions, which include protein and carbohydrate metabolism, wound healing, growth and vision.

Several groups of people are at risk of developing dietary zinc deficiency. If you restrict your food to vegetables, and particularly wholegrain cereals, you could become deficient in zinc. Although zinc is present in these foods, it is not utilized by the body as efficiently as the zinc in other sources, such as meat*****, eggs and liver*****. Alcohol**ics also develop zinc deficiency, due to an inadequate diet and to large losses of zinc in their urine. Zinc deficiency also appears to be a problem in some disease states. Inadequate zinc intake can result in retarded growth, delayed wound healing, loss of taste sensation and dermatitis.

ZINC INTAKE

The dietary requirement for zinc must take into account the different degree of availability of zinc in different foods. Animal products are more efficient sources compared with cereals. The recommended dietary intake for zinc assumes that the zinc comes from mixed animal and plant sources. For people who do not eat animal products a higher intake may be necessary.

Recommended daily dietary intake of tine (Australia):

Infants:

Children:

Adults:

Pregnancy:

Lactation:

3-6 milligrams

4.5-18 milligrams

12-16 milligrams

16-21 milligrams

18-22 milligrams

 

ZINC RDI:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                

 

 

 Vitamins are obtained from food, except for vitamin D and vitamin K, which the body can synthesize.

There are 13 vitamins needed by the body: Vitamins A, C, D, E, K, and the B vitamins (thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, pantothenic acid and biotin, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, and folate).
 

FAT-SOLUBLE VITAMINS

 

Vitamin A helps in the formation and maintenance of healthy teeth, skeletal and soft tissue, mucous membranes, and skin. It is also known as retinol because it generates the pigments that are necessary for the working of the retina. It promotes good vision, especially in dim light. Vitamin A may also be required for reproduction and lactation. Beta carotene is a precursor to vitamin A; it has antioxidant properties.
.vitamin A - Vitamin A is found in milk*, cheese***, cream*, liver*****, kidney*****, cod and halibut fish oil. All of these sources, except for skim milk*  that has been fortified with vitamin A, are high in saturated fat and cholesterol. The vegetable sources of beta-carotene are fat and cholesterol free. The body regulates the conversion of beta-carotene to vitamin A based on the body's needs.  Sources of beta-carotene are carrots, pumpkin, sweet potatoes, winter squashes, cantaloupe, pink grapefruit*, apricots, broccoli****, spinach, and most dark green, leafy vegetables. The more intense the color of a fruit or vegetable, the higher the beta-carotene content. Vitamin A is very important for the health of the mucus lining of the nose, mouth, sinuses, and stomach. Carleton Fredericks discovered many years ago that some people who did not get much help in fighting colds with vitamin C often would recover quickly when given large doses of fish-liver***** oil vitamin A for 3-5 days. Although it's possible to get too much vitamin A in this form, it's nearly impossible to do so in the short-term; just be sure to lower the dose once the cold has been eliminated.

Vitamin A, carotene, fatty acids, the pituitary gland, the adrenal gland, capillaries, red blood cells, and sex hormones. It can prevent sterility in males rt-term; just be sure to lower the dose once the cold has been eliminated
 


Vitamin A is found in milk*, cheese**, cream, liver*****, kidney*****, and cod and halibut fish oil. All of these sources, except for fortified skim milk*, are high in saturated fat and cholesterol.  However, vegetable sources of a vitamin A precursor called beta carotene are fat and cholesterol free. The body regulates the conversion of beta carotene to vitamin A based on the body's needs. Beta carotene comes from carrots, pumpkin, sweet potatoes, winter squashes, cantaloupe, pink grapefruit*, apricots, broccoli****, spinach and most dark green leafy vegetables. The more intense the color of a fruit or vegetable, the higher the beta carotene content. Vitamin A comes from animal sources such as eggs and meat*****, and is present in the form of a precursor called beta-carotene, when manufactured by plants.

Vitamin A is found in milk*, cheese**, cream, liver*****, kidney*****, cod and halibut fish oil. All of these sources, except for skim milk* that has been fortified with vitamin A, are high in saturated fat and cholesterol. The vegetable sources of beta-carotene are fat and cholesterol free. The body regulates the conversion of beta-carotene to vitamin A based on the body's needs. Sources of beta-carotene are carrots, pumpkin, sweet potatoes, winter squashes, cantaloupe, pink grapefruit*, apricots, broccoli****, spinach, and most dark green, leafy vegetables. The more intense the color of a fruit or vegetable, the higher the beta-carotene content.

Functions   

Vitamin A helps in the formation and maintenance of healthy teeth, skeletal and soft tissue, mucous membranes, and skin. It is also known as retinol because it generates the pigments in the retina.

Vitamin A promotes good vision, especially in dim light. It may also be required for reproduction and lactation. Beta carotene, which has antioxidant properties, is a precursor to vitamin A.

Recommendations   

Recommended daily allowances (RDAs) are the levels of essential nutrients that the Food and Nutrition Board judges as adequate to meet the known nutrient needs of almost all healthy persons.

The best way to get the daily requirement of essential vitamins is to eat a balanced diet that contains a variety of foods from the food guide pyramid.

Side effects   

Vitamin A deficiency can increase the susceptibility to infectious diseases, as well as cause vision problems.

Large doses of vitamin A can be toxic. They can also cause abnormal fetal development in pregnant women. Increased amounts of beta-carotene can turn the color of skin to yellow or orange*. The skin color returns to normal once the increased intake of beta-carotene is reduced.


Vitamin E Vitamin E is an important lipid antioxidant. It helps protect the cell membranes and to prevent the oxidation of LDL cholesterol in the arteries. vitamin E (400 to 800 I.U. per day), .  It inhibits coagulation of blood by preventing blood clots and is essential in cellular respiration.  Signs of deficiency include the rupture of red blood cells, muscular wasting, or abnormal fat deposits in muscles.
     Vitamin E is found in every cell of the body becoming localized in the cell membrane. There it prevents free radicals from damaging the cell walls. It also prevents cancer, cataracts, and cardiovascular disease. It improves circulation, aids in healing wounds and repairing tissue. It is useful in treating fibrosistic breasts and premenstrual syndrome. Vitamin E protects the structure and function of muscle tissue, Vitamin A, carotene, fatty acids, the pituitary gland, the adrenal gland, capillaries, red blood cells, and sex hormones. It can prevent sterility in males. Vitamin E protects the lungs and blood cells from ozone.
     Vitamin E complex can contain alpha, beta, gamma tocopherols, and tocotrienols. Synthetic E (dl-alpha) has been shown to be as much as 50% less effective than the natural form(D-alpha). There is no upper limit of toxicity for vitamin E, however, if a person is on blood thinning drugs, then vitamin E can make the drugs more effective. It is very important to have your doctor adjust the drug dosage accordingly. Also, it is recommended to avoid vitamin E two weeks prior to surgery. Post surgically it is an aid in healing and the reduction of scar tissue.
     Recommended amounts (to avoid deficiency disease, not for optimal health):  Infants: 4-6 IU;  Children: 7-12 IU; Men: 15 IU; Women: 12 IU.   Vitamin E (400 to 800 I.U. per day), Vitamin E is essentially nontoxic; daily doses of  4000-30,000 IU for prolonged periods have produced side effects in some people.
  Vitamin E is also known as tocopherol; it is an antioxidant. It is also important in the formation of red blood cells and the use of vitamin K. A study done with rats showed vitamin E deprivation resulted in higher lipofuscin accumulation in all areas of the brain and a significant impairment in learning.
Vitamin E is found in wheat* germ, corn*, nuts, seeds, olives, spinach, asparagus, and other green leafy vegetables, vegetable oils (corn*, sunflower, soybean****, and cottonseed) and products made from them such as margarine*.
 is also known as tocopherol; it is an antioxidant. It is also important in the formation of red blood cells and the use of vitamin K.
 A U.S.-sponsored study of over 29,000 male smokers published

                                in 1998 showed that those taking 50 milligrams of vitamin E daily

                                for five to eight years had 32 percent fewer diagnoses of prostate

                                cancer and 41 percent fewer prostate cancer deaths compared

                                with men who did not receive vitamin E.

 

                                "But a small group of smokers with hypertension taking vitamin E in

                                the trial showed an increased risk of suffering hemorrhagic stroke,"

                                Lippman said, creating concerns that the vitamin could pose

                                dangerous side effects for special populations.

 

                                The SELECT trial will include men 55 and older or African

                                American men 50 and older with no evidence of prostate cancer.

                                They will be divided into four groups - one taking selenium (200

                                micrograms) and placebo, one taking vitamin E (400 mg) and

                                placebo, one taking selenium and vitamin E and one taking placebo

                                and placebo.

 

                                In addition to its antioxidant quality, scientists believe vitamin E

                                may work by a variety of other mechanisms - possibly inhibiting

                                cell growth and blocking or increasing the body's natural process

                                of killing off aging or defective cells.

 

                                Selenium's role in cancer prevention might be due to its

                                incorporation into one of the body's most potent antioxidants, the

                                enzyme glutathione peroxidase, some researchers say.

 

 

                                Alfa-, beta-, en gammatocoferol

 

                                In de Proceedings of the National Academy of Science stond in

                                april 1997 een onderzoek naar de mogelijke oorzaak van de

                                schadelijke werking van vitamine E-suppletie.

 

                                Volgens de onderzoekers is vitamine E in verschillende vormen in

                                het lichaam actief. We kennen er 3: alfa-tocoferol, beta-tocoferol

                                en gamma-tocoferol. In vrijwel alle vitamine E-preparaten zit

                                alleen de alfa-variant. Door veel alfa-tocoferol te nemen, verdring

                                je de andere versies. En nu blijkt dat het juist het

                                gamma-tocoferol is, dat de cellen beschermt tegen de gevolgen

                                van milieuverontreiniging en roken.

 

                                De onderzoekers adviseren dan ook om gamma-tocoferol aan

                                supplementen zoals toe te voegen. Voor de goede orde: in de

                                ouderwetse tarwekiemcapsules zit de ‘goede’ en complete versie

                                van vitamine E.
Vitamin E is found in wheat* germ, corn*, nuts, seeds, olives, spinach, asparagus, and other green leafy vegetables, vegetable oils (corn*, sunflower, soybean, and cottonseed) and products made from them such as margarine*.

Vitamin K is found in cabbage****, cauliflower***, spinach, and other green leafy vegetables, cereals, soybeans****, and other vegetables. Bacteria in the intestines normally also produce vitamin K.
Vitamin K is known as the clotting vitamin, because without it blood would not coagulate. Some studies indicate that it helps in maintaining strong bones in the elderly.

Recommendations      

Recommended daily allowances (RDAs), are defined as the levels of intake of essential nutrients that, on the basis of scientific knowledge, the Food and Nutrition Board judges to be adequate to meet the known nutritional needs of practically all healthy people.

The best way to get the daily requirement of essential vitamins is to eat a balanced diet that contains a variety of foods from the food guide pyramid.

Specific recommendations for each vitamin depend on age, gender, and other factors (such as pregnancy). The U.S. Department of Agriculture has a PDF file that lists these recommendations.

Side effects   

See the individual vitamins.


WATER-SOLUBLE VITAMINS
 

 

Vitamin B1 (thiamine); Diet and thiamine; Deficiency - vitamin B1 (thiamine)

Definition   

One of the B vitamins, a group of water-soluble vitamins that participate in many of the chemical reactions in the body.

Thiamine is important in the production of energy.

Thiamine (B1) helps the body cells convert carbohydrates into energy. It is also essential for the functioning of the heart and for healthy nerve cells and the brain. B1:    immuunsysteem Thiamine (vitamin B1) helps the body cells convert carbohydrates into energy. It is also essential for the functioning of the heart, muscles, and nervous system..

 

Deficiency Symptoms

A deficiency of thiamine can cause weakness, fatigue, psychosis, and nerve damage. Thiamine deficiency is most commonly seen in alcoholics (alcohol and thiaminases in raw fish can negatively influence thiamin availability) .  A total absence of thiamine can cause the disease called beriberi, which is very rare in the United States.

Overdose Symptoms

There is no known toxicity to thiamine.

 

Recommendations   

 RDA (=Recommended Daily Allowance)  B1= 1-1.1 mg

Recommended daily allowances (RDAs) are the levels of essential nutrients that the Food and Nutrition Board has judged meet the known nutrient needs of almost all healthy persons.

The best way to get the daily requirement of essential vitamins is to eat a balanced diet that contains a variety of foods from the food guide pyramid.

 

 

 

Food sources   

Thiamine (vitamin B1) is found in fortified breads, cereals, pasta, whole grains (especially wheat* germ), lean meat*****s (especially pork*), fish, dried beans****, peas****, and soybeans****. Dairy products and milk*, fruits, and vegetables are not very high in thiamine. However, when they are consumed in large amounts, they become a significant source. Thiamine (vitamin B1) is found in fortified breads, cereals, pasta, whole grains (especially wheat* germ), lean meat*****s (especially pork*), fish, dried beans****, peas****, and soybeans****..

brown rice, egg yolks, fish, legumes****, liver*****, peanuts, peas, pork*, poultry, rice bran, wheat germ, and whole grains, asparagus, brewer’s yeast*, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, dulse, kelp, most nuts, oatmeal, plums, dried prunes, raisins, spirulina, and watercress., alfalfa, bladderwrack, burdock root, catnip, cayenne, chamomile, chickweed, eyebright, fennel seed, fenugreek, hops, nettle, oat straw, parsley, peppermint, raspberry leaf, red clover, rose hips, sage, yarrow, and yellow dock

 


Riboflavin (B2) works with the other B vitamins and is important for body growth and red cell production. Similar to thiamine, it helps in releasing energy from carbohydrates. B2: immuunsysteemRiboflavin (B2) works with the other B vitamins and is important for body growth and red cell production. Similar to thiamine, it helps in releasing energy from carbohydrates. Certain nerve cells enclosed by myelin, an insulation made chiefly from fatty acids and cholesterol, are capable of transmitting impulses at incredible speed. Myelin production requires linoleic acid, as found in lecithin, along with amino acids, B2, B3, and especially B12, copper and manganese. I've experimented with most of our products There are 13 vitamins needed by the body: Vitamins A, C, D, E, K, and the B vitamins (thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, pantothenic acid and biotin, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, and folate).

 


B3:    immuunsysteem Niacin (vitamin B3), skin and hair, Most brain ATP energy is produced through two interlocking metabolic cycles: the glycolitic cycle and Krebs cycle. The enzyme spark plugs required are B1, B2, B3, B5, Biotin, Magnesium, Manganese, iron, copper, lipoic acid, and CoQ10.  is found in dairy products, poultry, fish, lean meat*****s, nuts, and eggs. Legumes**** and enriched breads and cereals also supply some niacin.Niacin (niacinamide, vitamin B3) is found in dairy products, poultry, fish, lean meat*****s, nuts, and eggs. Legumes**** and enriched breads and cereals also supply some niacin.

 

B5:    panthotheenzuur immuunsysteem(gezonde ontwikkeling lichaam, omzetten voedsel in energie)Most brain ATP energy is produced through two interlocking metabolic cycles: the glycolitic cycle and Krebs cycle. The enzyme spark plugs required are B1, B2, B3, B5, Biotin, Magnesium, Manganese, iron, copper, lipoic acid, and CoQ10.



Vitamin B6 is also known as pyridoxine. The more protein a person eats, the more B6 is required to use the protein. It helps in the formation of red blood cells and in the maintenance of normal brain function. It also assists in the synthesizing of antibodies in the immune system.

Food sources: seaweed, walnuts


 

Alternative names   

Pyridoxine; Deficiency - vitamin B6 (pyridoxine)

Definition      

A water-soluble vitamin; part of the vitamin B complex.

Food sources   

Vitamin B-6 is found in beans****, nuts, legumes****, eggs, meat*****s, fish, whole grains, and fortified breads and cereals.

Functions   

Vitamin B-6 plays a role in the synthesis of antibodies in the immune system. It helps maintain normal nerve function and acts in the formation of red blood cells. It is also required for the chemical reactions of proteins. The higher the protein intake, the more the need for vitamin B6.

Recommendations   

The average diet supplies adequate quantities of vitamin B6.

Side effects      

Large doses of vitamin B6 can cause neurological disorders and numbness. Deficiency of this vitamin is not common in the United States.

 
 Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) is found in citrus fruits, strawberries, tomatoes*, broccoli****, turnip greens and other greens, sweet and white potatoes, and cantaloupe. Most other fruits and vegetables contain some vitamin C; fish and milk* contain small amounts.

Functions      

Each vitamin has specific functions. If a certain vitamin is deficient, a deficiency disease results.


 


Pantothenic acid and biotin: pantothenic acid is essential for the metabolism of food. It is also essential in the synthesis of hormones and cholesterol. Biotin is essential for the metabolism of proteins and carbohydrates, and in the synthesis of hormones and cholesterol. Biotine

 

 

Biotine(see s4)

Biotin

 a member of the B-Complex, biotin prevents conversion of Candida albicans  from single-celled yeast* form to multi-celled fungal form, which develops long, root-like structures, called rhizoids, that can penetrate intestinal walls. Raw eggs contain enzyme avidin that interferes with absorption of biotin. When eggs are cooked this enzyme will not interfere with use of biotin. Eating large quantities of raw eggs can cause biotin deficiency. People suffering from Candida overgrowth are usually deficient in this vitamin, because they lack intestinal microflora that in healthy individuals produce large quantities of biotin. Biotin is important building block of enzymes and facilitates metabolism of amino acids and carbohydrates.

 

biotin orally (300 mcg taken three times daily) along with two teaspoons of olive oil taken three times daily, as a source of oleic acid. This is done along with a higher than normal fiber diet, using oat bran fiber, to increase the absorptive surface area of the fecal material and to hasten the elimination of metabolic by-products. This may have to be continued for a period of one to six months depending upon the severity of the infection and the length of time that there has been a Candida problem. Bland's program then facilitates the healing of the gastrointestinal mucosa, by using

higher levels of zinc (30 to 50 mg a day),                                                            

vitamin A (25,000 to 30,000 units a day),

vitamin E (400 to 800 I.U. per day), and

calcium pantothenate (200 to 1000 mg per day). Bland reports that cases such as 10- to 15-year recurrent migraine headaches have been alleviated by the use of this program, as well as long standing adult acne and joint pain resembling arthritis, which may really be a result of the build-up of immuno-chemically reactive materials from the direct or indirect effects of Candida. He speculates that the prevalence of Candida infection may be a result of the widespread use of antibiotics, particularly in animal feed, which end up in our meat*****s, and may expose us to long-term, low-levels of antibiotics. Secondly, it may come from the widespread use of various medications, such as oral contraceptives, which have the ability to stimulate Candida growth; and thirdly it may be the nutrient-poor, low-residue diets that we eat, which alter the gastro- intestinal pH and the mucosal integrity and set up the environment for Candida albicans hyperproliferation. plus extra

 

Pantothenic acid and biotin are found in eggs, fish, milk* and milk* products, whole-grain cereals, legumes****, yeast*, broccoli**** and other vegetables in the cabbage**** family, white and sweet potatoes, lean beef*, and other foods.

 

 biotin - 50 mg 3 times daily -


 50 mg three tes daily is the required amount of Biotin. Pantothenic acid and biotin are found in eggs, fish, milk* and milk* products, whole-grain cereals, legumes****, yeast*, broccoli**** and other vegetables in the cabbage**** family, white and sweet potatoes, lean beef*, and other foods.
 

 

 



Vitamin B9 Folate (Folic acid)


Definition + Functions      

  

A water-soluble vitamin of the B-complex group

 

 Folic acid works with vitamin B12 in the production of red blood cells. It is necessary for the synthesis of DNA, which controls heredity as well as tissue growth and cell function. Foliumzuur Folate (Folic acid) works with vitamin B12 in the production of red blood cells. It is necessary for the synthesis of DNA, which controls heredity as well as tissue growth and cell function. High dosages of folic acid may interfere with dietary zinc absorption indicating that plasma zinc levels should be monitored.  Also, high folic acid levels could mask a vitamin B-12 deficiency.  For this reason, folic acid and B-12 are often taken together. Folate is found in green, leafy vegetables. vitamin B9; folic acid; vitamin B9 (folic acid) deficiency; deficiency - vitamin B9 (folic acid); folic acid (vitamin B9) deficiency; folate; diet and folic acid; pteroylglutamic acid

Folic acid acts as a coenzyme (with vitamin B-12 and vitamin C) in the breakdown (metabolism) of proteins and in the synthesis of new proteins. It is necessary for the production of red blood cells and the synthesis of DNA (which controls heredity), as well as tissue growth and cell function. It also increases the appetite and stimulates the formation of digestive acids. Best known for possibly lowering your risk for heart attacks and strokes

Synthetic folic acid supplements may be used in the treatment of disorders associated with folic acid deficiency, and may also be part of the recommended treatment for certain menstrual problems and leg ulcers.   

 

Folic acid deficiency symptoms:

Folic acid deficiency may cause poor growth, graying hair, inflammation of the tongue (glossitis), mouth ulcers, peptic ulcer, and diarrhea. It may also result in hemolytic and megaloblastic anemias.

 

Folic acid overdose symptoms:

Toxicity from excessive folic acid intake does not normally occur, as folic acid is water soluble and regularly excreted by the body.

Recommendations   

Recommended daily allowances (RDAs) are defined as the levels of intake of essential nutrients that, on the basis of scientific knowledge, the Food and Nutrition Board judges to be adequate to meet the known nutrient needs of practically all healthy persons.

The best way to get the daily requirement of essential vitamins is to eat a balanced diet that contains a variety of foods from the food guide pyramid.

Most people in the United States have an adequate dietary intake of folic acid because it is plentiful in the food supply.

Pregnant women often require additional supplementation as prescribed by the health care provider. Adequate folic acid is important to women in their childbearing years because it has been shown to prevent some kinds of birth defects, including neural tube defects. Women in this age group should make an effort to consume foods that are good sources of folic acid. Recent studies published by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) suggest that women who receive supplements of folic acid BEFORE CONCEPTION may reduce the risk for neural tube defects by 50%. Women who plan to become pregnant may want to discuss taking a multivitamin with their health care provider.

Specific recommendations for each vitamin depend on age, gender, and other factors (such as pregnancy).  The U.S. Department of Agriculture has a PDF file that lists these recommendations.

 

 

If all women of childbearing age were to consume 0.4 mg of FOLIC ACID PRIOR to becoming pregnant and during the first trimester of pregnancy, the incidence of spina bifida and anencephaly could be reduced by up to 75%!!

 

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Food sources   

wheat* bran and other whole grainsA nice big plate of liver***** will give you the most folic acid -- just three ounces gives you 185 micrograms -- but you can do without all the cholesterol. The next best source of folic acid is cereal -- it's low in fat and since January 1998 the Food and Drug Administration has required flour, pasta, and cereal manufacturers to fortify their products with this important vitamin. Now just one cup of cooked oatmeal gives you 198 micrograms of folic acid, and half a cup of any breakfast cereal gives you up to 177 micrograms -- that's already half your recommended daily requirement.

 

Folic acid, a common water-soluble B vitamin, is essential for the functioning of the human body. During periods of rapid growth, such as pregnancy and fetal development, the body's requirement for this vitamin increases.

 

 

 

 

 

Dietary Sources of Folic Acid

Food

Amount

Folic Acid*

Percent**

FRUITS

Orange* juice

1 cup= 236.59 ml

109 mcg

27%

frozen raspberries

1 cup

65 mcg

16%

canned pineapple juice*

1 cup

58 mcg

14%

orange* sections

1 cup

49 mcg

14%

papaya

1 cup

49 mcg

12%

VEGETABLES & LEGUMES****

cooked lentils****

1/2 cup

179 mcg

45%

cooked spinach

1/2 cup

131 mcg

33%

cooked black beans****

1/2 cup

128 mcg

32%

cooked white beans****

1/2 cup

123 mcg

31%

cooked asparagus

1/2 cup

121 mcg

30%

raw, chopped spinach

1 cup

108 mcg

27%

cooked turnip greens

1/2 cup

86 mcg

21%

cooked collard greens

1/2 cup

64 mcg

16%

GRAINS & CEREALS

Total

1 cup

466 mcg

116%

Grapenuts

1 cup

402 mcg

100%

All-Bran

1 cup

301 mcg

75%

Ralston Bran Flakes

1 cup

173 mcg

43%

wheat* germ

1/3 cup

108 mcg

27%

Wheat*ies

1 cup

102 mcg

25%

NUTS

peanuts*

1/3 cup

117 mcg

29%

sun flower seeds

1/3 cup

109 mcg

27%

trail mix

1/2 cup

54 mcg

13%

MEAT***** & POULTRY

simmered chicken liver*****

1/4 cup

269 mcg

67%

cooked beef*liver*****

4 oz.

162 mcg

40%

* mcg stands for micrograms

 

 

Lentils****

1/2 cup

179 mcg

Cereals (fortified)

1/2 cup

146-179 mcg

Okra

1/2 cup

134 mcg

Spinach

1/2 cup

131 mcg

Orange* juice (frozen)

1 cup

109 mcg

Peanuts*

1/2 cup

106 mcg

Asparagus

1/2 cup

88 mcg

Avocado

1/2 cup

75 mcg

Peas**** (fresh) or broccoli****

1/2 cup

52 mcg

Corn*

1/2 cup

38 mcg

 

 

 

                     

B12

A water-soluble vitamin; part of the vitamin B complex.

Food sources   

Vitamin B12 is found in eggs, meat*****, poultry, shellfish**, and milk* and milk* products.

Functions      

Vitamin B12, like the other B vitamins, is important for metabolism. It helps in the formation of red blood cells and in the maintenance of the central nervous system.

Recommendations   

Recommended daily allowances (RDAs) are defined as the levels of intake of essential nutrients that, on the basis of scientific knowledge, the Food and Nutrition Board judges to be adequate to meet the known nutrient needs of practically all healthy persons.

The best way to get the daily requirement of essential vitamins is to eat a balanced diet that contains a variety of foods from the food guide pyramid.

Since vitamin B12 comes primarily from animal products, people following a strict vegetarian diet ( i.e., not consuming eggs or dairy products) may require vitamin B12 supplements. Non-animal sources of vitamin B12 exist, but are highly variable in their B12 content, and are therefore unreliable sources.

Specific recommendations for each vitamin depend on age, gender, and other factors (such as pregnancy).  The U.S. Department of Agriculture has a PDF file that lists these recommendations.

Side effects   

Because the body stores several years’ worth of vitamin B12, nutritional deficiency of vitamin B12 is extremely rare.  An inability to absorb vitamin B12 from the intestinal tract can, however, occur. This can be caused by a disease known as pernicious anemia.  Low levels of B-12 can cause anemia as well as numbness or tingling in the extremities or other neurologic symptoms.

Update Date: 2/8/01

Updated by: Aparna Oltikar, M.D., Department of Community Medicine, University of Connecticut School of Medicine, Farmington, CT. Review provided by VeriMed Healthcare Network.

 

 

 

 

Values of less than 100 pg/ml (picogram per milliliter) indicate a clinically significant deficiency of vitamin B12 (symptoms are likely to be present or develop).

Causes of deficiency B12 include:

Increased vitamin B12 levels are uncommon, because normally excessive B12 is excreted in the urine. However, it may occur with disorders that affect the levels of proteins that bind vitamin B12 in the serum, including:

Additional conditions under which the test may be performed:

Cost      

Vitamin B12 is found in eggs, meat*****, poultry, shellfish*,* and milk* and milk* products.

 

 

 

 

B12:    immuunsysteem Vitamin B12, like the other B vitamins, is important for metabolism. It helps in the formation of red blood cells and in the maintenance of the central nervous system Recommended daily allowances (RDAs) are defined as the levels of intake of essential nutrients that, on the basis of scientific knowledge, the Food and Nutrition Board judges to be adequate to meet the known nutrient needs of practically all healthy persons. Because the body stores several years’ worth of vitamin B12, nutritional deficiency of vitamin B12 is extremely rare.  An inability to absorb vitamin B12 from the intestinal tract can, however, occur.  This can be caused by a disease known as pernicious anemia.  Low levels of B-12 can cause anemia as well as numbness or tingling in the extremities or other neurologic symptoms. Vitamin B12 is found in eggs, meat*****, poultry, shellfish*, and milk* and milk* products. Vitamin B12 is found in eggs, meat*****, poultry, shellfish*, and milk* and milk* products. - Important for digestion. Needed for metabolism of

        carbohydrates, fats, and proteins. Use a lozenge or sublingual form

Vitamin B12, like the other B vitamins, is important for metabolism. It helps in the formation of red blood cells and in the maintenance of the central nervous system. Vitamin B12 is found in eggs, meat*****, seaweed,  poultry, shellfish*, and milk* and milk* products.

Vitamin B12, like the other B vitamins, is important for metabolism. It helps in the formation of red blood cells and in the maintenance of the central nervous system.
 


Vitamin C is also known as ascorbic acid. It promotes healthy teeth and gums, helps in the absorption of iron, and helps maintain normal connective tissue. It also promotes wound healing. Vitamin C for increased absorption. A potent antioxidant and free radical destroyer Vitamin C - 1,000 mg 3 times daily - Builds up immunity and protects the body tissues from damage by the toxins released from candida. Use an esterified form millions of people have tried the simple experiment of taking extra vitamin C during the winter months and discovered that, by golly!, it does seem to reduce the frequency and intensity of winter colds. It's now known that vitamin C is involved with several hundred different important enzyme transactions in the bodyVitamin C is also known as ascorbic acid. It promotes healthy teeth and gums, helps in the absorption of iron, and helps maintain normal connective tissue. It also promotes wound healing. It is also for increased absorption. A potent antioxidant and free radical destroyer Vitamin C - 1,000 mg 3 times daily - Builds up immunity and protects the body tissues from

        damage      

        by the toxins released from candida. Use an esterified form millions of people have tried the simple experiment of taking extra vitamin C during the winter months and discovered that, by golly!, it does seem to reduce the frequency and intensity of winter colds. It's now known that vitamin C is involved with several hundred different important enzyme transactions in the body. A deficiency of vitamin C causes the disease scurvy, which is rare in the United States.
Toxicity does not normally occur, since vitamin C is water soluble and is regularly excreted by the body. Recent studies have shown, however, that excessive doses of vitamin C (i.e., more than the RDA) can lead to toxicity.The most common manifestations of vitamin C toxicity are kidney stones, and in very rare circumstances, anemia (caused by interference with vitamin B12 absorption). Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) is found in citrus fruits, strawberries, tomatoes*, broccoli****, turnip greens and other greens, sweet and white potatoes, and cantaloupe. Most other fruits and vegetables contain some vitamin C; fish and milk* contain small amounts.

 

 

 

                                                                                                                     

Alternative names   

ascorbic acid

Definition      

A water-soluble vitamin that is necessary for normal growth and development.

Food sources      

Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) is found in green peppers***, citrus fruits, strawberries, tomatoes*, broccoli****, turnip greens and other greens, sweet and white potatoes, and cantaloupe. Most other fruits and vegetables contain some vitamin C; fish and milk* contain small amounts.

Functions      

Vitamin C promotes healthy teeth and gums, helps in the absorption of iron, aids in the maintenance of normal connective tissue, and promotes wound healing. It also helps the body's immune system.

Recommendations      

Recommended daily allowances (RDAs) are defined as the levels of intake of essential nutrients that, on the basis of scientific knowledge, the Food and Nutrition Board judges to be adequate to meet the known nutrient needs of practically all healthy persons.

The best way to get the daily requirement of essential vitamins is to eat a balanced diet that contains a variety of foods from the food guide pyramid.

Vitamin C should be consumed every day, since it is not a fat-soluble vitamin, and cannot be stored for later use. It is water soluble, and is therefore excreted regularly through the urine by the body.

Specific recommendations for each vitamin depend on age, gender, and other factors (such as pregnancy).  The U.S. Department of Agriculture has a PDF file that lists these recommendations.

Side effects      

A deficiency of vitamin C causes the disease scurvy, which is rare in the United States.

Toxicity does not normally occur, since vitamin C is water soluble and is regularly excreted by the body.  Recent studies have shown, however, that excessive doses of vitamin C (i.e., more than the RDA) can lead to toxicity. The most common manifestations of vitamin C toxicity are kidney stones, and in very rare circumstances, anemia (caused by interference with vitamin B12 absorption).

 



Vitamin D is also known as the "sunshine vitamin" since it is manufactured by the body after being exposed to sunshine. Ten to fifteen minutes of sunshine three times weekly is adequate to produce the body's requirement of vitamin D. It promotes the body's absorption of calcium, which is essential for the normal development of healthy teeth and bones. It also helps maintain adequate blood levels of calcium and phosphorus, which are minerals.
It is found in cheese**, butter, margarine*, cream, fortified milk* (all milk* in the United States is fortified with Vitamin D), fish, oysters*, and fortified cereals. The body can synthesize vitamin D when the skin is exposed to sunshine. Vitamin D is necessary for normal growth in children. It also helps maintain adequate blood levels of calcium and phosphorus, which are minerals.. In adults it helps with any function that utilizes calcium or phosphorus, such as transmission of nerves, the beating of the heart, blood clotting, and many others. For everyone, it prevents rickets and osteomalacia in the absence of sunlight, and at higher doses helps prevent osteoporosis and secondary hyperparathyroidism. Other benefits of vitamin D supplementation include: prevention of certain cancers, osteoarthritis progression, multiple sclerosis, and hypertension. Animals studies show that Vitamin D is important for immune function.  There is also evidence that vitamin D may not just help prevent cancer but may help in tumor regression. Other researchers have suggested that low Vitamin D levels could be a factor in sickle cell anemia and severe crises in African Americans (dark-skinned people need 3 to 6 times more sun exposure time than light-skinned ones to make ample D.) There is some indication that Vitamin D may be important for many kinds of autoimmune disorders, besides multiple sclerosis, and it has been noted that getting sufficient Vitamin D can help reduce the need to urinate at night. Other important roles for Vitamin D come from the work of Carl Reich, MD, of Calgary.  Insufficient Vitamin D prevents the ionization of calcium and thus makes calcium less able to play it's role in functions in the body.  Reich found that this leads to cell energy starvation, causing fatigue, headaches, muscle cramps, allergies, intestines problems and other problems. Over time, these can become more serious: asthma, hypertension, osteoporosis, arthritis, etc.  Dr. Reich treated this cell energy starvation using diet and nutrients, including doses of Vitamin D of 4800 to 8800 IU (less for children), reducing the dose as patients improved. Using this program for over 30 years, Dr. Reich helped his patients recover from a variety of ailments.  (top) What is the best form of Vitamin D?
Both forms will work but Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) raises serum D levels more effectively than D2 (ergocalciferol).  (top)

What is the best way to get Vitamin D?
Vitamin D pills: use D-3 (cholecalciferol), preferably with an oil-containing meal. A least a portion of it should be from cod liver***** oil pills, so that some Vitamin A and other oils fractions are included. Take Calcium-Magnesium at the same time. If taking a large daily dose of Vitamin D, divide the dose between 2 or 3 meals.

Sunlight exposure: This is the best way to get Vitamin D, as the body automatically regulates how much Vitamin D it makes from sunlight, and there is the added benefit of controlling cholesterol.  Since vitamin D precursors require cholesterol for conversion into the hormone-like vitamin, without adequate sun exposure vitamin D precursors can turn into cholesterol instead of the vitamin.
     It is estimated that for each 5% of skin surface exposed, approximately 435 IU of Vitamin D can be manufactured. But it doesn't stop with just catching a few rays. The process requires that the oil on the skin remain intact for awhile after exposure to the sun.  For instance, life guards and farmers, who don't go shower immediately after sweating in the sun, have the highest serum Vitamin D levels. Try to keep the oil on your skin for at least several hours after sun exposure.  (top)

"Throughout my preparation of this review, I was amazed at the lack of evidence supporting statements about the toxicity of moderate doses of vitamin D. Consistently, literature citations to support them have been either inappropriate or without substance." - Reinhold Vieth

 

 

How much Vitamin D is enough? What levels of Vitamin D are safe?
The dietary allowance set by the National Research Council is 400 IU per day for all healthy individuals who have no exposure to ultraviolet light. The Daily Reference Intake (DRI) had been set at 200 IU, and it was recently tripled for people over 70 years of age, to 600 IU per day - but for everyone else, the DRI remains at 200 IU.  Reinhold Vieth's evidence suggests these levels may be dangerously low.

According to Vieth, a knowledgeable Vitamin D researcher, there is still no published data that shows that 200 IU Vitamin D/d has any effect on the concentration of calciferol in the blood of adults. This low level of D does tend to prevent osteomalacia - but big whoop…. Osteomalacia is the last stage of a thirty year process of bone degeneration, that begins with osteoporosis.

Vieth now estimates the daily requirement for Vitamin D from all sources at 4,000 IU/d, and he offers compelling evidence that 10,000 IU/d is a safe and desirable level. "From all sources" means that these levels are the result of daily intake of Vitamin D from supplements, from foods such as cold water fish, and from exposure of the skin to UVB.  Although it's clear that 10,000 IU/d of Vitamin D is safe for most people, whether or not that level is desirable is not clear.  At this point in what we know, most adults might use 2,000 to 4,000 IU/d as a starting point toward optimal intake.

"Except in those with conditions causing hypersensitivity, there is no evidence of adverse effects of 10000 IU/d of Vitamin D. Published cases of vitamin D toxicity with hypercalcemia, for which the 25(OH)D concentration and vitamin D dose are known, all involve intake of 40000 IU/d. Because vitamin D is potentially toxic, intake of >1000 IU/d has been avoided even though the weight of evidence shows that the currently accepted, no observed adverse effect limit of 2000 IU/d is too low by at least 5-fold." - Reinhold Vieth  (top)

 

How could the current government figures be so far off?
Vieth traced back how it happened. The 1989 US nutrition guidelines said that 5 times the RDA for vitamin D may be harmful - in other words, don't take more than 1000 IU/d. It cited a 1963 "expert committee report", which itself referred back to a 1938 report, in which linear bone growth in infants was suppressed in those given 1800-6300 IU vitamin D/d. But this citation is meaningless in relation to adult nutrition.

Vieth also traced back a statement from the 1987 Council Report for the American Medical Association that "dosages of 10,000 IU/d for several months have resulted in marked disturbances in calcium metabolism...and, in some cases, death."  This report cited two references, and Vieth says of these: "One was a review article about vitamins in general, which gave no evidence for and cited no other reference to its claim of toxicity at vitamin D doses as low as 250 µg (10000 IU)/d . The other paper cited in the report dealt with 10 patients with vitamin D toxicity reported in 1948, for whom the vitamin D dose was actually 3750-15000 µg (150000-600000 IU)/d, and all patients recovered." He goes on to say: "If there is published evidence of toxicity in adults from an intake of 250 µg (10000 IU)/d, and that is verified by the 25(OH)D concentration, I have yet to find it."

 

 It  promotes the body's absorption of calcium, which is essential for the normal development of healthy teeth and bones. It also helps maintain adequate blood levels of calcium and phosphorus, which are minerals. Vitamin D is required for adequate amounts of calcium to be absorbed into the body, and for adequate calcium levels to be maintained Vitamin D is also essential for efficient utilization of calcium; milk* is fortified with vitamin D for this reason.
Therefore, when choosing calcium supplements, those that also contain the RDA of vitamin D are preferred. It is also known as the "sunshine vitamin" since it is manufactured by the body after being exposed to sunshine. Ten to fifteen minutes of sunshine three times weekly is adequate to produce the body's requirement of vitamin D. 400 IU daily. It is found in cheese***, butter, margarine*, cream, fortified milk* (all milk* in the United States is fortified with Vitamin D), fish, oysters*, and fortified cereals. The body can synthesize vitamin D when the skin is exposed to sunshine. Specific recommendations for each vitamin depend on age, gender, and other factors (such as pregnancy).  The U.S. Department of Agriculture has a PDF file that lists these recommendations
 

 It's hard to say if the scientists involved made an honest mistake or deliberately, for reasons unknown, set the dose of Vitamin D at just enough to prevent frank rickets and osteomalacia. My feeling is that it was due to a certain mindset, one that wants certainty, and when this is lacking, as it always is in true nutritional research, resorts to a position that could never be accused of being too "flaky" or "outrageous". "Well, we know this level will prevent rickets, so we can make an unequivocally safe statement…"  

Of course, some will point to the decades-old revolving door between government and the pharmaceutical industry as the motivating force behind not publicizing the benefits of a non-patentable nutrient.  These conspiracy theories may sound ridiculous, yet it was recently announced by a group of supposedly disinterested scientists that any recommendations for the use of vitamin D to treat or prevent any disease should wait until patentable vitamin D analogs could be developed!  You can make your own evaluation of the motivation of these "scientists".  (top)

What are the contraindications for high-dose Vitamin D?
The main contraindication is the existence of primary hyperparathyroidism - but interestingly, before the occurrence of hyperparathyroidism, vitamin D is preventative because it reduces parathyroid secretion.  Individuals with sarcoidosis, tuberculosis, or lymphoma may become hypercalcemic when given increased Vitamin D doses.  Some rare individuals are sensitive to Vitamin D at higher doses.

What are the signs of Vitamin D toxicity?
The main signs are sudden hypercalcemia (excessive levels of calcium in the blood) and/or hypercalcinuria (excessive levels of calcium in the urine).  Toxicity symptoms are headache, nausea, dizziness, vomiting, loss of appetite and dry mouth. 
 

Enhances calcium absorption.


 

 

 

Update Date: 2/5/01

 

 

                                                                                                                                                      

Echinacea helpful  for fighting everything from a cold or flu to a long-term illness like chronic fatigue. Native to North America, it is found mainly in the prairies west of the Mississippi River. Long a favored medicinal herb of the Native American Indian, echinacea was widely used by early medical doctors, but by the beginning of the 20th century it had fallen into dis-use. It was a European doctor, Dr. Vogel, who re-discovered it on a trip to the US in the 1950's. He began cultivating it in Europe, conducted many studies of it, and then marketed it through his company, Bioforce. Now, over 40 pharmaceutical echinacea preparations are registered for use by European physicians, who use them to treat various health problems. Echinacea is the single best-selling health-herb in the world, and every herb company, as well as many vitamin companies, market some version of it. Echinacea is an antiseptic and anti-infection herb that helps stimulate the immune system.

                    Scientific research indicates antibiotic activity, cortisone-like activity, promotion of wound

                    healing, production of systemic interferon and stimulation of T-cell lymphocytes.

                    A recent German trial found echinacea to be far superior to pharmaceutical treatments for

                    vaginitis (candida infection of the vagina). Researchers found a 60% recurrence of vaginal

                    yeast* infection when treated with a pharmaceutical anti-fungal cream but only a 16%

                    recurrence for those given an echinacea supplementation.

Immuno-stimulants (echinacea in North America, ginseng in Asia) . Echinacea, in contrast, is considered an promoter of "superficial" immune response, having to do with the mucous membrane.                    A recent German trial found echinacea to be far superior to pharmaceutical treatments for

                    vaginitis (candida infection of the vagina). Researchers found a 60% recurrence of vaginal

                    yeast* infection when treated with a pharmaceutical anti-fungal cream but only a 16%

                    recurrence for those given an echinacea supplementation.

 

 

 

PARA-AMINOBENZOIC ACID (PABA)

Benefits:

Protects against sunburn and skin cancer, utilization of protein, formation of red blood cells, restores gray hair, maintenance of healthy intestinal flora.

Symptoms of Deficiency:

Depression, fatigue, gastrointestinal disorders, graying of the hair, irritability, nervousness, and patchy areas of white skin.

Sources:

Kidney*****, liver*****, molasses, mushrooms*, spinach, and whole grains.

 

 

BIOFLAVONOIDS

Benefits:

Relieve pain, bumps, and bruises, preserve the structure of capillaries, promote circulation, stimulate bile production, lower cholesterol levels, and treat and prevent cataracts, treat and prevent asthma symptoms.

 

“This strongly supports the notion that bioflavonoids could be a causative agent for infant and possibly childhood leukemias,” continue the authors. “Maternal ingestion of bioflavonoids may induce MLL breaks and potentially translocation in utero,” they conclude, “leading to infant and early childhood leukemias.”

Infant leukemias are rare, affecting only about 37 out of every million children in the United States. Some researchers have argued that the cause may be an infectious agent, but epidemiologic studies have suggested that maternal consumption of foods such as bioflavonoids could lead to an increased risk of infant leukemia. A 1988 study found the disease to be nearly twice as common in several large Asian cities, where soy intake is two to five times as high as in the U.S.

“The health benefits of a diet high in foods containing bioflavonoids, such as soybeans****, citrus fruits and root vegetables is unquestioned. The probable benefits of bioflavonoids themselves have also been demonstrated, such as the low mortality rates from prostate cancer in Asian men compared to Western countries, which may be because of higher intake of isoflavones.”

Quercetin

Quercetin is a bioflavonoid and can be used to reduce the effects of allergies and inflammation. It stabilize mast cells and they in turn release less histamine that is responsible for allergic response. You need to take it at least two weeks to see improvement. 

 

Sources: Bioflavonoids are found at high levels in many foods, including soybeans****, fruits, root vegetables and herbs, and are often ingested in high concentrations as dietary supplements. Peel of citrus fruits, peppers***, buckwheat*, and black currants, apricots, cherries, grapefruit*, grapes**, lemons, oranges* , prunes, and rose hips, chervil, elderberries, hawthorn berry, horsetail, and shepherd’s purse.


 

 

(s6)food/ herbs/ spices,

 

(s3, s4, s6,s7) (cc) ginger (probiotic) Ginger Root (Zinziber officinalis) possesses anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, and immune stimulatory properties

Medicinal Action: Ginger oil treats colds, fevers, appetite loss, indigestion, nausea, and genital, urinary and lung infections, and is anti-inflammatory. It makes a warming liniment. It destroys many types of intestinal parasites. Studies show it increases drug and herb absorption, normalizes blood pressure and helps protect the liver. It helps to break fevers; stimulant; carminative; diaphoretic; aids in utilization of other herbs.  It is used for nausea, motion sickness, and digestive problems.   If you feel sick to your stomach or nauseated, ginger tea and/or peppermint oil (2 drops in a small glass of water) may help. (niet innemen, alleen aan ruiken)

 

(s6) (xx) nuts and seeds # 5-3 Pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, almonds   #2 idem + sunflower seeds, safflower seeds, walnuts #1 All nuts almonds, pecans, walnuts, butter, brazil nuts,

                 cashews, sesame seeds., filberts,

                 sunflower seeds except peanuts* (fiber , to increase the absorptive surface area of the fecal material and to hasten the elimination of metabolic by-products)

 

All: Avoid:  peanuts* (mold)

 

 

Don't forget oleaginous seeds and fruit... Since they are fat (they are used to make oil), they are particularly rich (300 to 650 kcal / 100 g). These foods are of special interest for they bring huge quantities of minerals and trace-elements (potassium, magnesium, calcium, phosphorus, iron, zinc, copper, manganese).
Cocoa belongs to this group and it explains why plain/dark chocolate is rightly advised if you lack magnesium. Some other seeds to degustate : almonds, pistachio-nuts, hazel-nuts, walnuts, peanuts*, cocoa-nuts, olives, etc.

 

 

Vitamin A: walnuts

Vitamin B1 : walnuts

Vitamin B2 : walnuts

Vitamin B3 : all nuts

Vitamin B5 : walnuts

Vitamin B6 : walnuts

Vitamin C : walnuts

Vitamin E:  n uts and seeds, almonds

Potassium: seeds

Phosphorous: seeds

Iron: seeds

Copper: almonds, nuts, seeds, pecans,

Manganese: seeds, nuts 1700 mcg per 100 g ( daily required: 2500- 5000mcg per day), pecans 3,4 mg per 100 grams, brazil nuts 2.8, almonds 2.5, walnuts 0.8, peanuts* 0,7.

Magnesium (Adh 270-320 mg) almonds, cashews, nuts, seeds

Folic acid ( Adh 0.4 mg) peanuts* 1/3 cup= 75 ml= 117 mcg= 29%, sunflowerseeds 109 mcg/ 27%, trailmix 54 mcg/13%

Zinc: (Adh 15 mg-20 mg/ 30-50 mg): nuts or seeds Raw, unroasted, unsalted pumpkin seeds are the best food sources of zinc.peanuts*, peanut butter *, seeds, almonds, pistachionuts, hazelnuts, walnuts

Sulphur : almonds

Calcium (Adh 500-1200mg): almonds 250, sesame seeds 1160,

Copper: (2-3 mg, up to 10 mg is safe): nuts

Boron: (3.25 mg) nuts

Ca: walnuts, seeds

S: walnuts

Phosphorous: (Adh 800-1200mg)  nuts, oleaginous seeds,  almonds, walnuts

Cl: walnuts

Cu:walnuts

Fe: walnuts (iron)

Mg: walnuts, seeds

Na: walnuts

Zu: walnuts

Sodium : Almonds

(s6)(qqq) Complex Carbohydrates Vitamin K  #5 + 4 grain, pasta, cereal, bread with no gluten or acid causing qualities such as: amaranth, millet(=gierst) , quinoa (Peruaanse spinasie) or brown rice and potatoes or sweet potatoes, #3 –2 idem + white rice, kamut****, rye****, oats****, kasha, buckwheat*,  Yeast free breads made from rice, kamut****, rye****, millet, oats****, potato, arrowroot #1 Sourdough rye****, any yeast*/wheat* free bread or pumpernickel type breads

 

 

#5 1-2 servings a day

#4 1-3 servings a day

#3  4 days out of 7 eat amaranth, millet, quinoa and/or  brown rice  

#2 3-5 servings

#1 4-6 servings

 

Potatoes are a carbohydrate and a vegetable and are alkaline forming. If

                                           you are suffering from acid indigestion or any of the conditions listed

                                           earlier,  potato juice will help to soak  up the acid.  Potato juice can be

                                           made by putting a washed organic potato in a juicer, or peeling an organic

                                           potato and soaking it in a cup of distilled water overnight.

Vitamin B1: fortified bread, cereal, pasta, whole grains (especially wheat* germ)

Vitamin B3: enriched breads and cereal

Biotin and patothenic acid: white and sweet potatoes,   whole-grain cereals

Vitamin C: sweet and white potatoes

Vitamin D: fortified cereals

Vitamin K (ADH 70-140 mcg): wheat* bran 80 mcg per 100 grams

Iron:dried bakers yeast*, nuesli, corn*flakes, puffed rice, wheat* breakfast biscuit,

Chromium: (ADH 0.05-0.2 mg) : Brewers yeast* 112 mcg, bread wholemeal wheat*: 42 mcg,  rye**** bread 30 mcg, old potatoes 27 mcg,  new potatoes 21 mcg,  spaghetti 15 mcg, , brown rice, whole grains

Molybdenum (adh 150-500 mcg): potatoes 600 mcg per 100 mg, cereal grains 10-110.

Selenium ( adh men 85 mcg, women 70) : cereals 20 mcg per 100 g

Folic acid: (adh 0.4 mcg)  1 cup of cereal: 177 mcg=50%,

Phosphorous : (800-1200 mg) Whole-grain breads and cereals contain more phosphorus than refined cereals and breads made from refined flour. However, the phosphorus in whole-grain products is in the form of phytin, a storage form of phosphorus that is not absorbed by humans.

Magnesium (Adh 270-320 mg) whole grains such as brown rice, millet, cereals

Copper (Adh 2-4 mg):  whole grains, potatoes, yeast*, oat

Manganese  (Adh 2.5-5 mg)  : whole grain cereals 700 mcg per 100g, barley 1.8 mg per 100 g, Rye**** 1.3, whole wheat* 1.1, Oats**** 0.5, Oatmeal 0.3,  Corn*meal 0.2, millet 0.2, brown rice 0.14 , whole wheat* bread* 0.14.

Potassium: (2- 5,5 grams) : potatoes

Iodine (120-150 mcg) :bread and cereals 10

Vanadium: Wheat* grains 0.6-2 , cereals

Silicon: whole grains, brown rice, whole grain cereals

PABA: whole grains

Chloride (1700-5100 mg):rye****

Boron (3.25 mg) : grains

Bioflavonoids: Buckwheat*

Calcium: brewers yeast*, oat straw

Zinc: Oatmeal

 

Avoid:

#1 Avoid: wheat* (=tarwe) breads, wheat* pastas  and cereals

#2-3: idem+ all yeast* (gist) breads

#4+5 avoid:  idem+ acid and gluten causing grains**** ( e.g. rye****,

            oats****, kamut****, spelt****), all yeast* (=gist) and wheat* (=tarwe)  breads, wheat* pastas .

 

 

(s6)(www) eggs***** (protein)   #1 1-4 aweek, #2 1-3, #3 1-2 (in baking e.g. muffins, pancakes, waffles),  #5 avoid all animal protein*****.

                                                    Raw eggs contain substance called avidin that interferes with absorption of biotin. Boiled eggs

                                                                   do not have this problem. Eggs are a common allergen.

 

 

Vitamin B3

Vitamin B12

Biotin and pantothenic  acid

sulphur , zinc,

chromium: ( ADH 0.05- 0.2 mg) yolk 183 mcg per 100g, white 8 mcg

Iodine (120-150 mcg): eggs 26

 

(s6)(pp) sea weed in the highest alkaline forming category Seaweed of all types are a wonderful blessing to our planet in the present

                                           state of toxic fumes and high electromagnetic force fields and radiation.  All

                                           seaweed have the ability to neutralize the acids and toxins, and to remove

                                           any radiation you may be accumulating.  This can be achieved through

                                           eating any form of seaweed once a week.  This is a product that is very

                                           foreign to most people but is certainly worth pursuing to learn how to

                                           cook.   You may have noticed the prominent position it has in the four

                                           category diets.

By far the most prolific seaweed, Laminaria, (commonly called "kelp") has a local biomass estimated to be in excess of 10 million tonnes. Rich in a whole range of useful constituents and with an exceptionally quick re-growth period, this is a truly renewable resource; an almost infinitely sustainable crop.As it is covered by water most or all of its life, this seaweed spends its time absorbing minerals and vitamins from the seawater around it. It is rich in amino acids (tryptophan, threonine, icoleucine, lysine, methionine, cysline, phenylalanine, tyrosine, valine, arginine, histidine, alanine, aspartic acid, glutamic acid, glycine, proline, serine). Essential nutrients are also present such as Nitrogen, Calcium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Magnesium, Sodium, Sulphur, Alginic acid, Laminaran, Mannitol, Iron, Copper, Manganese, Boron, Zinc and Iodine. It also contains natural vitamins C, B1, B2, B7 (Niacin) B12, D, E, K, A, Biotin, Selenium and Folic acid. In addition, these species have unique qualities that allow the beneficial ingredients present in their simple cell structure to be easily assimilated when digested by humans and animals.

#1 1 serving of seaweed a week: Arame, Kombu, Nuri, Wakame and Dulce #2 2 servings of seaweed a week #3 -4     3 servings of seaweed a week #5 4 servings of seaweed a week

 

 

 

 

 

(s6)(sss) fresh vegetables..Carrots,     Artichoke, Millet, Quinoi, Celery, Collards, Cucumber,Potatoes, Pumpkin, squash Category

 # 4+5 Avoid beets****, broccoli****, brussel sprouts***, cabbage****, cauliflower***, eggplant***, kale**** and all types of pepper and the majority of the vegetables are to be eaten lightly steamed to aid the colon in digesting and breaking down the food.

# 3 can eat beets**** , and the majority of the vegetables are to be eaten lightly steamed to aid the colon in digesting and breaking down the food. # 2 can eat all fresh green and orange vegetables. These should be consumed in a ratio of 50 percent raw and 50 percent lightly steamed, sautéed or stir fried.

#1 can eat all green and orange vegetables (raw, steamed or stir fried)

 

(s5) asparagus in the highest alkaline forming category Asparagus contains ammonia which reduces a high acid level, and

                                           detoxifies all the body especially in cancer patients.  As an addendum,

                                           whenever you have asparagus, you may want to squeeze some lemon or

                                           lime juice on them to neutralize the strong urine smell which often follows

                                           the eating of this food.

 

(s5,s8) Fennel helps remove waste material from the body, and curbs the appetite. It is very effective in removing parasites from the body. In Chinese medicine, the seeds are used to tonify the kidneys and spleen, as well as for urinary and reproductive problems. When taken by nursing mothers, it promotes milk* flow and is said to relieve colic babies. It is a circulatory stimulant and an anti-inflammatory, and it is rich in Potassium and Sodium.

 

 

Vitamin A: carrots, pumpkins, sweet potatoes, winter squashes, broccoli*****, spinach, most dark green leafy vegetables (the more intense the colour, the higher the beta carotene (=vitamin A content)

Biotin and pantothenic acid: brocolli and other members of the cabbage**** family

Vitamin C: broccoli****, turnip greens and other greens, most other vegetables

Vitamin E: asparagus, corn*, olives, spinach, green leafy vegetables.

Vitamin K (Adh  70-140 mcg) Natural forms are: are K-1 and K-2. K-1 occurs in green plantsAlfalfa (Medicago sativa) Nutritive herb with high mineral and vitamin content including Vit. K and iron; estrogen precursor for menopause; mild diuretic spinach 240 mcg per 100 g, , lettuce 200 mcg, cauliflower*** 150, cabbage**** 100, broccoli**** 100,  potatoes 20, asparagus 21, carrots 15, green leafy vegetables,

Iron: parsley, spinach, alfalfa, radishes,

Molybdenum: (Adh 150-500 mcg): potatoes 600 mcg per 100 g, cabbage**** 280,  carrots 200

Selenium ( Adh men 85, women 70 mcg): vegetables 1 mcg per 100 mg

Foliumzuur/Folica Acid/ Folate:  Green, leafy vegetables Folic Acid (Adh 0.4 mg): cooked spinach  ½ cup = 118.3 ml=131 mcg/ 33.5%, cooked asparagus 121 mcg/30%,  avocado 75 mcg, raw chopped spinach 54 mcg/ 13,5%,  broccoli**** 52 mcg, corn* 38 mcg,

Magnesium (Adh 270-320 mg) dark leafy vegetables, avocados, seaweed

Copper (Adh 2-3 mg): Dark leafy greens, radishes,avocado’s, beets****, broccoli****, garlic, mushrooms*

Manganese (Adh 2,5-5 mg) vegetables : 250 mcg per 100 g, fresh spinach 0.8 mg per 100g,  turnip greens 0.5, Beet greens 0.4,  Corn*meal 0.2, carrots 0.16, broccoli**** 0.15

Cobalt: green leafy vegetables

Potassium (Adh 2-5.5 mg): brocolli, leafy green vegetables such as spinach,  lettuce, parsley, tomatoes*

Iodine ( Adh 120-150 mcg): vegetables 32

Vanadium (15-30 mcg): radishes 79 mcg per 100 grams, Dill 14, carrots 0.01, parsley, dill seed, corn*, mushrooms*,

Silicon: alfalfa, beets****, bell peppers***, leafy green vegetables, bell peppers***

PABA: spinach, mushrooms*, molasses

Germanium (1.5 mg): garlic, shitake mushrooms*, onions

Chloride(1700-5100 mg): seaweed, tomatoes*, lettuce, celery, olives

Boron (3.25 mg): leafy vegetables, carrots

 

Bioflavonoids:  root vegetables

Calcium: green leafy vegetables, asparagus, kelp, mustard greens, alfalfa, paprika, parsley 

Chromium: green peppers***, spinach, mushrooms*, potatoes,

Zinc: seaweed

lithium: kelp, dulse, seafood

 

 

(s6)(jjj) fruit Only alkaline. Most fruits and vegetables are alkaline.

 Acid fruits:  grapefruit*, orange*, lemon, plums, strawberry, pineapple*, sour cherries, sour apples, lime, kiwi

Sub-acid fruit:  apples, most grapes**, sweet cherries, pears, peaches, mangoes, apricot,  papayas, most berries**

Sweet fruit : bananas**, dates, fresh figs, raisins, all dried fruit.

Melons**: Cantaloupe, honey***dew, watermelon.

Eat fruits alone.  Fruits undergo no digestion in stomach, and mixing them with other food  will slow digestion of fruit and make fermentation possible Fruits need 20 to 30 minutes to pass the stomache,

#1 avoid oranges* , grapefruits*, pineapple* 

# 2 idem + banana’s**, berries**, grapes**

#3 idem+ melons**,

 #4-5 idem

 

#1 1-3 servings of fruit a day

#2 1-2 helpings of fruits a day with the skin peeled or cut off. 

#3 1 serving of fruit once a day

#4 after six weeks of eliminating all fruits and after the condition has improved., 1 serving of fruit once a week

#5 idem

 

Vitamin A: pink grapefruit** , apricots , cantaloupe*

Vitamin B1: not very much B1 in fruit

Vitamin C: Citrus fruits, strawberries, cantaloupe, most other fruits

Vitamin K1 (Adh 300-500 mcg or 70-140 mcg) strawberries: 13 mcg per 100 g  apples: less than  5 mcg , oranges*  less than 5,

Iron: prunes, raisins

Potassium : fruit

Magnesium : fruit

Calcium :fruit

Phosphorus : fruit

 Iron :fruit

 Zinc( Adh 12-16 mg/ 30-50 mg):coconuts (Other Fruits and vegetables are NOT good sources, because zinc in plant proteins is not as available for use by the body as the zinc from animal protein*****s)

 Manganese :fruit 100 mcg per 100g,

Chromium : (ADH 0.05-0.2mg) Apple peel :27 mcg per 100 g, peeled apple 1 mcg, bananas**

Selenium: (Adh men 85, women 70 mcg ) fruit:  1 mcg per 100 g

Folic Acid (adh 0.4 mg): orange* juice 1 cup (= 236,59 mg) 109 mcg =27%, papaya 49 mcg/ 112%,

  frozen raspberries 65 mcg= 16%, canned pineapple* juice 58 mcg/ 14 %, orange* sections 49 mcg/ 14%,  citrus fruits and juices

Copper (Adh 2-3 mg): fruit, oranges* ,  dried fruit such as prunes, raisins,

Potassium: (Adh 2-5,5 mg) citrus fruits (such as oranges* ), apples, bananas**, and apricots (dried apricots contain more than fresh apricots).

Iodine (120-150 mcg): fruit 4

Vanadium: Pears 0.01

Silicon: citrus fruits

Boron (3,25 mg): apples, grapes**, pears

Bioflavonoidds: peel of citrusfruits,  black currants, apricots, cherries, grapefruit*, grapes**, lemons, oranges* ,  prunes

Calcium: figs, prunes

Fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS): bananas**

 

 

(s6)(ooo) legumes**** (including soy beans**** and tofu**** ) #3 red lentils****, adzuki beans****, mashed tofu****, #2 any beans****, tofu****, lentl or peas****, #1 idem

#3 1-2 servings a week

#2 idem

#1 2-3 servings a week

#4+5 avoid all legumes****

 

Vitamin B1: dried beans****, peas****, soy beans****

Vitamin B3: all legumes**** provide some B3

Biotin and pantothenic acid: all legumes****

Vitamin K (Adh 70-140 mcg) soya****  beans**** 190,  green beans**** 22 mcg per 100g, , peas**** 19

Molybdenum: (adh 150-500 mcg): leguminous seeds 20-470 mcg per 100g,

Folic acid: (Adh 0.4 mg): cooked lentils**** ½ cup=118.3 ml= 179 mcg/ 45 %, , cooked black beans**** 128 mcg/32 %, cooked white beans**** 123 mcg/ 32%, cooked turnp(koolraap)  greens 86 mcg/ 21%, cooked collard greens 64 mcg/ 16%, peas**** 52 mcg, beans**** and legumes****

Magnesium (Adh 270-320 mg): soy flour, tofu****,  legumes****

Copper (Adh 2-3 mg): beans****, soy beans****, lentils****

Potassium (Adh 2,5-5 g): peas****, lima beans****

Vanadium (15-30 mcg): soybeans****, peas****

Bioflavonoids: soybeans****

Chromium: dried beans****

 

 

 

(s6)(eee) Dairy food* and soy milk and cheese** (protein)  # 5-3 (unsalted) Butter, yogurt , Soy milk & soy cheese**, # 2 idem + rice milk*+ rice cheese**  #1 idem +cottage cheese** and ricotta cheese**.

 

#1-4 avoid all other milk* and cheese** products

 #5 idem + no other soya**** porducts

 

 

Vitamin A: milk*, cheese**, cream

Vitamin B1: dairy products are not very rich in B1

Biotin: and pantothenic acid: milk* and milk* products

Vitamin B12: milk* and milk*produkts

Vitamin C: milk* contains a small amount of Vitamin C

Vitamin D: cheese**, butter, margarine*, cream, fortified milk*

Vitamin E: margerine*

Iron: soy milk (mager meer dan vol)

Chromium: (ADH 0.05- 0.2 mg)  cheese** 56 mcg per 100 g, margerine* 18 mcg, butter 13 mcg, dairy products*

Phosphorous:. milk*

Magnesium (Adh 270-320 mg): soy products, milk*, kefir, (yoghurt?),

Potassium (2,5-5 g): soya full fat 1660 mg per 100g, soya low fat 2030 ng per 100 g.

Iodine (120-150 mcg): dairy products 13

Calcium (Adh 500-1200 mg): yoghurt 130 mg per 100 g, milk* 380,  parmesan cheese***, 1220, danish blue * 580, soya full fat 210, soya low fat 240, milk* and dairy foods,buttermilk,  goat’s milk* ,  whey

 

(s6)(zzz) Cocoa powder zinc,   copper .  2 to 3 milligrams copper per day for adults is considered to be safe and adequate. (It is assumed that up to an occasional 10 milligrams per day is safe for adults.) Cocao powder has 7 mg of Copper per 100 grams

Zinc: Adh 15-20  mg  for meat***** eaters, 30-50 mg for vegetarians:  Cocao powder  has 7 mg of zinc per 100 grams

 Iron: 5 mg per 100 g

potassium, magnesium, calcium, phosphorus, iron, zinc, copper, manganese

Magnesium (Adh 270-320 mg): 520 mg per 100 grams

Potassium:  (Adh 2,5-5 g) : 1500 mg per 100g

Calcium (Adh 500-1200mg): 130

 

(s6)(iii) fish and meat*****  (protein) #5 avoid all animal protein*****   #4  Fish for the non vegetarians # 3  chicken, turkey or fish for the non vegetarians

  #2 of poultry or fish for the non vegetarians #1  poultry, lamb or fish for the non-vegetarians

 

#1  4oz per day

#2 4oz every other day

#3 4oz  2 or 3 times a week

#4  n 4 oz servings  twice a week 

 

 

#1 avoid avoid all fast foods*, beef*, pork*, shellfish*,

#2-3 idem + red meat**

#4 idem + soya**** products

#5 idem +avoid all animal protein*****,

 

Vitamin A: liver******, kidney*****, cod*, halibut fish oil*.

Vitamin B1: lean meat***** (especially pork*), fish

Vitamin B3: poultry, fish, lean meat*****s,

Vitamin B12: meat*****, poultry, shellfish*

Biotin  and pantothenic acid: fish, lean beef*.

Vitamin C: Fish  contains a small amount of Vitamin C

Vitamin D: fish, oysters

Vitamin K2 is in petrified fish meal

Iron: boiled soya****, boiled mussels,

Manganese: meat***** 20 mcg per 100 g, poultry 20 mcg, fish and seafood 5 mcg

Chromium: (ADH 0.05- 0.2 mg):liver***** 55 mcg, calf liver***** , dried liver*****, oysters* 26 mcg , beef**, chicken,

Selenium:  (Adh men 85 mcg, women 70) : seafood 100 mcg per 100 g, 0rgan meat*****s 20, muscle meat*****s 20.

Folic acid (Adh 0.4 mg) simmered chicken liver***** ¼ cup= 59,15 ml= 269 mcg= 67%, cooked beef* liver***** 162 mcg/ 40%, poultry, pork*, shellfish*

Zinc(Adh 12-16 mg/ 30 50 mg): High-protein foods contain high amounts of zinc. Beef*, pork*, and lamb contain more zinc than fish. The dark meat***** of a chicken has more zinc than the light meat*****.
Phosphorous: the protein food groups of meat***** and milk*. A meal plan that provides adequate amounts of calcium and protein also provides an adequate amount of phosphorus.
Copper (Adh 2-3 mg):  oysters*, shellfish*, liver*****, kidney*****, organ meat*****s

Sulphur : shellfish*, organ meat*****s, boiled chicken

Potassium: (Adh 2-5,5 mg) salmon, cod, flounder, and sardines are good sources. Various other types of meat*****s also contain potassium

Iodine (120-150 mcg ): seafood 66,  meat***** 26                    

Vanadium (15 mcg-30 mcg) : fish 0.2-1, meat***** 0.2-1, liver***** 0.2-1

PABA: kidney*****, liver*****

Calcium (500-1200-mg): seafood, especially: sardines 460, salmon (with bones)

Lithium: seafood

 

 

 (s3,s4, s5,s6, s7)(xxx) herbs and spices #5 only fresh herbs, and only seasalt once a week, #3-4     All fresh or dry herbs, sea salt, cayenne pepper, (mustard powder once a week) #2 All fresh or dry herbs, sea salt, cayenne pepper, mustard powder, paprika, saffron, turmeric, cinnamon

     Bragg, Tamari, Soya**** health mayonnaise

#1 All fresh or dry herbs, sea salt, cayenne pepper, black pepper, mustard powder, paprika, saffron, cinnamon, turmeric

     Bragg, Soya**** health mayonnaise, Tamari, Dijon mustard

 

Iron: curry powder, ground ginger,  mustard sauce,  pepper, parsley, soy sauce , licorice

Chromium (ADH 0.05-0.2 mg ): fresh chilli 30 mcg per 100g catnip, horsetail, licorice, nettle, oat straw, red clover, sarsaparilla, wild yam, yarrow, Black pepper, blackstrap molasses (zoute stroop)

Copper (Adh 2-3 mg); pepper

Iodine (120-150 mcg): iodized salt 3000,

Vanadium (15-30 mcg) : black pepper, dill

Silicon : horsetail

Germanium (1,5 mg): aloe Vera, comfrey, ginseng, suma

Calcium (500-1200): Curry powder 645, Mustard powder 335, soy sauce 80, blackstrap, cayenne, chamomile, chickweed, chicory, dandelion (=paardebloem), dandelion greens,  eyebright, fennelseed, fenugreek, flaxseed, hops, horsetail, kelp, lemongrass, mullein, nettle, peppermint, plantain, rasberry leaves, red clover, rose hips, shephard’s purse, violet leaves, yarrow, yellow dock , water cress, molasses(= zoute stroop)

Bioflavonoids: rosehips, chervil, elderberries, haethorn berry, horsetail, shephard’s purse

Calendula Flower (Calendula officinalis, goudsbloem, marigold) Anti-inflammatory; astringent; styptic; anti-fungal; emmenagogue; cholagogue; topically for wounds, ulcers, burns,abscesses.

(s3, s4,s6,s7) (cc) ginger (probiotic) Ginger Root (Zinziber officinalis) possesses anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, and immune stimulatory properties.  It is used for nausea, motion sickness, and digestive problems.  It helps to break fevers; stimulant; carminative; diaphoretic; aids in utilization of other herbs If you feel sick to your stomach or nauseated, ginger tea and/or peppermint oil (2 drops in a small glass of water) may help. (niet innemen alleen aan ruiken) Ginger Root (Zinziber officinalis) possesses anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, and immune stimulatory properties.  It is used for nausea, motion sickness, and digestive problems.  It helps to break fevers; stimulant; carminative; diaphoretic; aids in utilization of other herbs.

 

 

 

(s6)(vvv) Sweeteners #1 Rice syrup any time in moderation , maple syrup*** or honey*** 3 x a week, #2  once a week, #3 rice syrup once a month, #4-5 rice syrup  once a month after eliminating all sweeteners for 8 weeks ( All:  avoid all refined sugars*) One source says tevia may be used as a sweetener. Avoid completely artificial sweeteners completely, like Aspartame (NutraSweet), saccharin, .... They are very bad for your health. Use Stevia instead.

         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

               

Stevia is recommended sweetener for Candida patients. Also Vegetable Glycerine will not feed Candida. 

Artificial sweetener

Candida

diabetes

weight gain

Comment

Stevia

OK 

OK

low

 

Vegetable Glycerine

OK

 

 

 

Aspartame

bad

bad

 

is not heat stable, do not cook with aspartame !!

Saccharin*

 

 

 

The oldest of the artificial sweeteners, saccharin is heat-stable, and may be used for cooking. 

Sorbitol

bad

 

 

Sorbitol has been linked to problems in cognition and digestive disorders

Alanine

 

 

 

 

Acesulfame-K

 

 

 

Other name is Acesulfame-potassium. It is heat-stable, and may be used for cooking. Official website at http://www.sweetone.com/  

FOS

%

%

 

 

sucralose

bad

 

 

Splenda

 

 

 

 

     Stevia and Vegetable Glycerine are natural, plant-derived sweeteners.

 

Vegetable Glycerine comes from any of several plants, most often coconut. You buy it in a liquid form in the supplements department of health food stores (it's often

sold as a skin care product, but as long as it's 100% pure, it's fine to eat). It substitutes well for honey*** in recipes, since it is a sticky, sweet liquid.

 

Stevia is a plant, and you can buy it in several forms (also in the supplements section of health food stores):

 

     dried leaves, which you use in water to make a sweet tea

     ground-up leaves in a green, powdered form

     a sweeter extract form, as a white powder or liquid. If you buy the liquid, get one that isn't processed with alcohol**, and store it in the fridge once it's been

     opened. If you buy the white powdered extract, try to get one that's mixed with FOS as a filler -- it's easier to measure and tastes milder.

 

 The thing about Stevia is that it's extremely sweet, so you use only a tiny amount; it's easy to use too much and end up with a bitter after-taste. For this reason, I

find the liquid forms and the Stevia-FOS blend to be more palatable. Also, Stevia carries the same risk of mold as any spice, so it's best to store it in the freezer

(powdered forms) or 'fridge (liquid form).

 

Note that Stevia and Vegetable Glycerine do not caramelize the way sugar* does, so heavily sugar*-based recipes often taste quite different when made with these

alternative sweeteners. It's best to purchase Stevia cookbooks or a healthy cookbook that has many low-sugar* recipes, since it is easier to substitute other

sweeteners for sugar* if the sugar* is not the base of the recipe.

 

In recipes that need to rise, such as cakes, Vegetable Glycerine is preferable to Stevia, as Stevia does not provide any lift to baked goods. Vegetable Glycerine

provides mild lift. These sweeteners can also be combined, to provide the right flavor and lift effect.

              

                           Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) and stevia (Stevia rebaudiana).

                         If you'd like to

                        sweeten anti-candida teas, try using herbal sweeteners like licorice

                        root or stevia.

Iron : licorice

 

 

Selenium: (adh men 85, women 70 mcg): brown sugar* 1 mcg per 100 g, white sugar* 0.3.

 

 

  

 

 

 cooking + salad oils ,

(uuu)Vegetable Oils  Vitamin E  #5 Olive, Hemp, Flax (cannot be heated), # 3-4 idem + Sesame and Almond, #1-2 idem + Safflower, Sunflower Flaxseed may slow down the absorption of oral medications or other

          nutrients if taken at the same time. Talk to your health care provider before

          taking flaxseed if you regularly take any prescription or over-the-counter

          medications.

 

Vitamin B: Wheat*germ oil

vitamine E : Tarwekiem olie tegen hart en vaat ziekten, zeer rijk aan vitamine E,  mais olie, zonnebloem olie, soya**** olie, cottonseed oil

Vitamin K (Adh 70-140 mcg): wheat*germ 37 mcg per 100g

manganese: 180 mcg per 100g

Chromium: corn* oil, wheat* germ (=tarwekiem) oil,

 

 

 

 

 (s6)drinks/ herbs / spices ,

 

(s3, s4, s5, s6) (bbb) green tea(camellia sinensis).  It is thought that 3-4 cups a day is the best amount to take in and give the best results. Be careful of the caffiene if you're sensitive and get the decaf if you are drinking that much. Also becareful of how you brew it. If you steep it to long you will reduce the potency of your tea Researchers have found that although both teas  (black and green) have strong antioxidants (they remove waste from the cells), the green tea is the more potent. Green tea is full of a potent bioflavinoid (just like oranges* ) called polyphenols. The strongest being EGCG or in particular (for those that just need to know) Epigallocatechin Gallate (phew). Research has discovered that this EGCG is 200 times stronger than Vitamin E. It is therefore more adept at capturing and neutralizing free radicals and oxidants that can create the waste that can damage the cells.
 

(s6)(z) kefir kills fungus , helps immunesystem,  helps digestive system , replaces intestinal flora with friendly bacteria It is an excellent source of biotin.                

 (z) kefir

The culturesí chemical changes make the milk* much easier to digest,

     allowing the body to absorb more of the naturally present nutrients.

     The transformation of lactose to lactic acid allows people, even t hose

     with lactose intolerance, to digest kefir and receive their full

     benefits. Kefir can play a vital role in the development of a healthy digestive

     tract in babies, as it protects against negative effects of radiation

     and helps improve the immune systemAn international Nobel Prize winning researcher, Elie Metchnikoff

     (1908) found that kefir activates the flow of saliva, most likely due

     to its lactic acid content and its slight amount of carbonation. 

     Kefir stimulates peristalsis and digestive juices in the intestinal

     tract. For these reasons, it is recommended as a postoperative food

     since most abdominal operations cause the bowels to stop contracting

     and pushing food along (peristalsis).

 

       

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

essential oils

 

drinks

(s6)(t) lapacho thee To make pau d'arco tea, boil 1 quart of distilled water with 2 tablespoons of herb for hve

        minutes. Cool and store it in the refrigerator with the tea leaves in. Strain before drinking, if

        needed. Drink 3 to 6 cups daily.

Maitake tea is also a good

        alternative. While pau d'arco must be boiled, maitake is prepared as a regular tea. Resistant

        strains of candida develop rapidly due to genetic mutation. Rotating treatment programs is

        beneficial.

(s6) (ss) Vegetable juices fi carrot, ginger  Avoid beets****, broccoli****, brussel sprouts***, cabbage****, cauliflower***, eggplant***, kale**** and all types of peppers***

(s3,s4,s6,s7)ginger juice

(s5,s6) carrotjuice

 

(s6)Supplements:

 

 

(s6) 1 Vitamin A is very important for the health of the mucus lining of the nose, mouth, sinuses, and stomach.vitamin A - 25,000 IU daily. If you are pregnant, do not exceed 10,000 IU daily.© 100% , (d) 63%= 163 % ADH Vitamine A Vitamin A is found in milk*, cheese***, cream*, liver*****, kidney*****, cod and halibut fish oil. All of these sources, except for skim milk*  that has been fortified with vitamin A, are high in saturated fat and cholesterol. The vegetable sources of beta-carotene are fat and cholesterol free. The body regulates the conversion of beta-carotene to vitamin A based on the body's needs.  Sources of beta-carotene are carrots, pumpkin, sweet potatoes, winter squashes, cantaloupe, pink grapefruit*, apricots, broccoli****, spinach, and most dark green, leafy vegetables. The more intense the color of a fruit or vegetable, the higher the beta-carotene content.

 

 

 

 

 

 

(s6)2 Vitamin B complex - 100 mg 3 times daily - B vitamins are required for  all bodily functions, resist

        infection, and all enzyme systems. Important

        brain function. Use a yeast*-free formula.

 

© 100% , (d) gem 200 % = 300 %ADH van vitamine B Vitamin B-6 is found in beans****, nuts, legumes****, eggs, meat*****s, fish, whole grains, and fortified breads and cereals

(s6) 3 vitamin B12 - 2,000 mcg 3 times daily - Important for digestion. Needed for metabolism of

        carbohydrates, fats, and proteins. Use a lozenge or sublingual form Vitamin B12 is found in eggs, meat*****,seaweed ,  poultry, shellfish**, and milk* and milk* products.

(s4) 4 Biotine:

Biotin

 a member of the B-Complex, biotin prevents conversion of Candida albicans  from single-celled yeast* form to multi-celled fungal form, which develops long, root-like structures, called rhizoids, that can penetrate intestinal walls. Raw eggs contain enzyme avidin that interferes with absorption of biotin. When eggs are cooked this enzyme will not interfere with use of biotin. Eating large quantities of raw eggs can cause biotin deficiency. People suffering from Candida overgrowth are usually deficient in this vitamin, because they lack intestinal microflora that in healthy individuals produce large quantities of biotin. Biotin is important building block of enzymes and facilitates metabolism of amino acids and carbohydrates.

 

 ontwikkeling vrije vetzuren, stofwisseling eiwitten en koolhydraten, gezonde functie zweetklieren en weefsels Jeffrey Bland reports that biotin and the fatty acid oleic acid can prevent the conversion of the yeast* form of Candida to its fungal farm

(300 mcg taken three times daily) along with two teaspoons of olive oil taken three times daily, as a source of oleic acid.

© 100 %, (d) 100% = 200% ADH van Biotine

(s6)5 Vitamin C - 1,000 mg 3 times daily

©100% , (d) 250% = 350% ADH van Vitamine C

(s6)6       Calcium - 1,500 mg daily - Often deficient in people with this disorder, Use calcium

        citrate form.

      calcium pantothenate (200 to 1000 mg per day).

(k) 33,3 % ADH Calcium,  (d) 13 % ADH Calcium , samen 46,3 %, moet dus 3 x (k) nemen, dan samen op 112% ADH Calcium

(s6) 7       magnesium - 750-1,000 mg daily - Needed to balance with calcium.

(a) 83% ADH Magnesium, (d) 21% (a) 10% , 3x(k) 99,9%  samen : 203% ADH  Magnesium      

(s6) 8 vitamin D - 400 IU daily - Enhances calcium absorption.

© 100% ADH, (d) 38% ADH,  3x(k) 75 %ADH D3= 213% ADH Vitamine DVitamin D is found in cheese**, butter, margarine*, cream*, fortified milk* *(all milk* in the United States is fortified with Vitamin D), fish, oysters*, and fortified cereals. The body can synthesize vitamin D when the skin is exposed to sunshine.
 

(s6)9 Vitamin E is an important lipid antioxidant. It helps protect the cell membranes and to prevent the oxidation of LDL cholesterol in the arteries. vitamin E (400 to 800 I.U. per day), Selenium, like vitamin E, is an important anti-oxidant nutrient. In fact, when these two are taken together, the synergism increases the effectiveness of each in quenching free radicals. In nature, Vitamin E isfound in vegetable oils, nuts and grains.

© 100%, (d) 375%= min imaal 475% ADH Vitamine E

(s6) 10 selenium - 200 mcg daily Selenium is an immune booster which produces antibody responses to all forms of infections. Selenium, like vitamin E, is an important anti-oxidant nutrient. In fact, when these two are taken together, the synergism increases the effectiveness of each in quenching free radicals. vitamin E and selenium can prevent

                                prostate cancer, a researcher told Reuters. . In nature, selenium is found in grain, meat***** and fish. Vitamin E isfound in vegetable oils, nuts and grains

Vitamine C, vitamine E en beta caroteen beschermen rokers

                   extra tegen vrije radicalen.

.

© 70 mcg, (d) 40 mcg, (p) 310/6=51,7 mg, minimaal 110 mg selenium (evt (l) en (q) erbij voor meer

 

(s6)11 zinc (30 to 50 mg a day) facilitates the healing of the gastrointestinal mucosa

© 100%, (d) 60%= 160% ADH Zink

(www) eggs* sulphur, zinc ,chromium  #1 1-4 aweek, #2 1-3, #3 1-2 (in baking e.g. muffins, pancakes, waffles) (zinc in egg yolk)

(#4 eggs neither  required nor avoided, #5 avoid animal protein*****) Raw,

                                      unroasted, unsalted pumpkin seeds are the best food sources of zinc.

 

                                      Oatmeal is another good zinc source. Begin the day with a Swiss muesli made with soaked rolled oats**** and apricots or

                                      cantaloupe. Add wheat* germ, sesame, pumpkin or sunflower seeds and yogurt or milk* *. This breakfast provides

                                      beta-carotene, zinc and vitamin C, as well as the immune system stimulants vitamin B6 and iron.

 

(s6) 12 Echinacea helpful  for fighting everything from a cold or flu to a long-term illness like chronic fatigue.

                    A recent German trial found echinacea to be far superior to pharmaceutical treatments for

                    vaginitis (candida infection of the vagina). Researchers found a 60% recurrence of vaginal

                    yeast* infection when treated with a pharmaceutical anti-fungal cream but only a 16%

                    recurrence for those given an echinacea supplementation.

 

 

(h) 325 mg

 

(s6) 13 Coenzyme Q10 - 100 mg daily - Improves tissue oxygenation

(e) 45 mg Q10 (55 te weinig)

 

 

(s6)CoQ-10 helps the body to utilize oxygen. Produced in every cell of the body, it is especially important for the heart. Much research has gone into this nutrient, especially in Japan, which of course also manufactures it for the world-wide market. Researchers estimate that about 30% of the adult population of Japan take Co-Q10 on a regular basis. Especially as we age, this nutrient can make a big difference in our energy levels.
The energy from Co-Q10 is not at all stimulatory. As oxygen utilization is increased, people simply find they can climb those four flights of stairs without getting winded, or they can keep going after a long day without a hitch; things of this nature. Co-Q10 is also being researched for its possible role in helping to heal cancer, chronic fatigue, and other illnesses, and has been shown to prevent recurrence of heart attack, because of its oxygenating effect on the heart.

 

(s6) 14. Ginseng    , immuno stimulant (ginsenosiden hebben positieve invloed op het geestelijke en lichamelijke prestatie vermogen)   Siberian Ginseng

                          Siberian Ginseng will help in regulating adrenalin level. If you feel sleepy after taking it, it is because adrenalin level is being

                          regulated and you should take a good sleep after taking it. When you have regulated your adrenalin levels, you should not

                          feel sleepy after taking it, and you should have more energy.

 

(s6) (m) 80 mg (l) 40 mg =  120 mg Ginseng

 

 

(s4) 15 Vitamin K     Recommended amounts are infants: 12-20 mcg; children: 15-100 mcg; adults: 300-500 mcg

(s4)(d) 38 % ADH Vitamine K (aangevuld door voeding: (ddd)strawberries(fff) oatmeal(xx) nuts and seeds

(qqq) Complex Carbo hydrates
Vitamin K is found in cabbage****, cauliflower***, spinach, and other green leafy vegetables, cereals, soybeans****, and other vegetables. Bacteria in the intestines normally also produce vitamin K.
 

(s6)16 Ginkgo Biloba ). A Ginkgo Biloba extract (G.B.E.) has demonstrated remarkable pharmacological action on different parts of the circulatory and nervous system (arteries, capillaries, veins, and heart). Its effects include enhancement of energy, increase of cellular glucose intake, and inhibiting of platelet aggregation. Ginkgo Biloba Extract also promotes radical scavenging activity, increased blood flow to the brain, and improved transmission of nerve signals.

(s) 200mg

 

(s4, s6)17 Vetzuren Onderzoekers constateerden dat de hoeveelheid vetzuren in het bloed van M.E.-lijders aanzienlijk lager is dan bij andere mensen. Indien men vetzuren aan het bloed toevoegde dan merkten de onderzoekers een aanzienlijke vooruitgang op bij hun patiënten. De twee bekendste vormen van essentiële vetzuren zijn linolzuur en linoleenzuur. Uit deze vetzuren worden stoffen aangemaakt die vitaal zijn voor het afweersysteem. Welnu, door een defect in de cellen wordt deze omzetting bij M.E.-lijders bemoeilijkt. Wetenschappers zoeken nog steeds naar de oorzaak van het defect in de cellen. Op basis van deze bevindingen ontwierpen de onderzoekers een pil. Deze pil bevat een combinatie van de oliën teunisbloemolie en visolie. Dankzij de pil wordt de moeizame omzetting van linolzuur en linoleenzuur naar stoffen die vitaal zijn voor het afweersysteem omzeilt. Daardoor wordt het natuurlijk afweersysteem ten dele of geheel hersteld. Bij 85 procent van de patiënten geeft het product vermindering van vermoeidheid en spierpijn, het bevordert het concentratievermogen en vermindert duizeligheid. Essentiële vetzuren zijn een natuurlijk product en dus onschadelijk. Eventuele overschotten worden door het lichaam gebruikt als energie of gewoon onder de vorm van vet opgestapeld.   

 

(s4, s6) (o)500mg (bb)lijnzaadolie Flaxseed Oil,

(s4)(bb)lijnzaadolie Flaxseed Oil, 
Flaxseed Oil ...................... 1,000 mg
 which contains:
 Alpha-Linolenic Acid ............... 500 mg
 Linoleic Acid ...................... 200 mg
 Oleic Acid ......................... 200 mg
 Palmitic Acid ....................... 60 mg
 Stearic Acid ........................ 40 mg

 

Flaxseed may slow down the absorption of oral medications or other

          nutrients if taken at the same time. Talk to your health care provider before

          taking flaxseed if you regularly take any prescription or over-the-counter

          medications.

 

 

 

(s6) (mmm) Tarwekiem olie

 

(s6) 18 Spirulina Vitamine B, E, ijzer, mangaan, Zink, selenium. uitgekiende combinatie van voedingstoffen die het lichaam in optimale conditie houden

(l) 150mg, p 310 mg, (q) 300 mg = 860 mg
 

 

(s4,s5,s6)1 ,2,3 ,4, 5, 7,8 ,9 ,10,11 ©All family multivit 100% ADH van:

Vitamine        ADH

1 A:    immuunsysteem

8D:

9E: :    immuunsysteem

5C: :    immuunsysteem

2B1:  

2B2:

2B3:                                                                               

2B5:

2B6:

3B12:  

4Biotine

Foliumzuur

Ijzer

Zink

 

Verder:

Fosfor: 10%

Magnesium: 10%

 

Zonder ADH

Chroom 25 mcg

Koper: 1,2 mcg

Mangaan 1,4 mg

Molybdeen 50 mcg

Selenium: 70 mcg

 

Per dag 1 tablet na maaltijd heel doorslikken

 

(s6) 5, ®Best Choice

(s6)Vitamine C 1000 mg 1667% ADH (weerstand bij stress, vermoeidheid, verbeterd conditie)

Met Bioflavonoiden 10 mg (vertserkt werking Vitamine C)

en Rozenbottlels 50 mg (versterkt werking vitamine C)

Rutine 1mg

Hesperidine 1mg

 

1 a 2 tabletten per dag

 

 

 

6,7,8 (k)Sterke botten (met oesterkalk)

6Calcium 33,3% ADH (botten+ gebit)

7Magnesium 33,3%

Vitamine D3 25 % zorgt ervoor dat de opname van het kalk optimaal is

3 tabletten verdeeld over de dag met glas water innemen

 

(s3,s4,s5,s6,s7) 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,7,8, 9,10,11,12,15 (d)HNS

1A: 63%

8D: 38%

9E: 375%

K: 38 %

5C: 250%

2B1: 242 %

2B2:238 %

2B3 (als niacinamide) 139%

2B5 (als Ca pantothenaat): 333%

3B12: 5000%

4Biotine: 100%

Foliumzuur: 200%

6Calcium: 13%

Fosfor:6%

Ijzer (als fumeraat) 54%

Jodium (als Jodide) 60%

7Magnesium (als oxide) 21%

11Zink (als oxide): 60%

 

Verder:

GTF Chroom: 80 mcg

Kalium(als chloride): 37,5 mg

Koper (als sulfaat): 0,8 mg

Mangaan (als sulfaat): 3,8 mg

Molybdeen (al molybdaad): 40 mcg

(s6)10Selenium (als seleniet): 40mcg

Silicium (als montmorilloniet):15mg

Vanadium (als vanadaat): 120 mcg

 

Complex van PABA in lecitine (bron van choline, inostol) 50 mg

Voedingscomplex met vitamine P (bioflvonoiden, hesperidine, rufine) en rozenbottels: 50 mg

Sporenelementen complex (celzouten en montmorilloniet):60mg

Voedingscomplex met enzymen (amylase, diastase, protease, bromelaine, papaine en betaine HCl): 25 mg

Voedingskruidenmix bevattende: aminozuren, luzerne, bijpropolis,bioflavono iden, chlorella,enzymen, gamma-linoleenzuur, lecithine, lipiden, haverzemelen, vezels, octacosanol,, pectiden, nuclinezuren,  (RNA/DNA), spirulina, tarwegras,buchu, capsicum, kamille, korenbloem,paardebloem, 12 echinacea, venkel, fotitieng, knoflook, gember, ginseng, paardestaart, jeneverbes, kelp, zoethout, pau d’arco, suma, uva ursi, valeriaanwortel  en yucca: 375 mg

 

2 tabletten per dag: 1 tijdens of na het ontbijt, 1 tijdens of na de avondmaaltijd ( heel doorslikken)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7  (a)Essential organics:

Geen gluten, gist, lactose, synthetische hulpmiddelen, suiker , zetmeel. Geschikt voor vegetariers.

 

Per tablet

(s6)7 magnesium + kelp:  250 mg magnesium= 83 % ADH

                                                         100 mg kelp 

 

1 tablet per dag na de maaltijd, heel doorslikken.

 

 

 

 

(s6)9. (mmm) Tarwekiem olie rijk aan vitamine E

 

(s6)(g)E forte

Geen tarwe, gist, lactose, conserveermiddelen en kunstmatige aroma’s of kleurstoffen, suiker , zetmeel.

Natuurlijke vitamine E: 1680% (immuun systeem, verouderingsproces bescherming, antioxidant tegen vrije radicalen, helpt cellen en weefsels gezond te houden)

Tarwekiemolie: 150mg

 

 Bij medicijn gebriuik arts raadplegen.

 

1 capsule per dag tijdens of na de maaltijd met wat water innemen.

 

(e)Ultravit:

Q10 forte:

Geen tarwe, gist, lactose, conserveermiddelen en kunstmatige aroma’s of kleurstoffen, suiker , zetmeel.

Co Enzyme Q10 : 45 mg

Vtamine E 200 % ADH

Kan werking bloedverdunnende middelen versterken

1 capsule per dag met water innemen, bij voorkeur tijdens of na de maaltijd

100 mg daily - Improves tissue oxygenation

CoQ-10 helps the body to utilize oxygen. Produced in every cell of the body, it is especially important for the heart. Much research has gone into this nutrient, especially in Japan, which of course also manufactures it for the world-wide market. Researchers estimate that about 30% of the adult population of Japan take Co-Q10 on a regular basis. Especially as we age, this nutrient can make a big difference in our energy levels.
The energy from Co-Q10 is not at all stimulatory. As oxygen utilization is increased, people simply find they can climb those four flights of stairs without getting winded, or they can keep going after a long day without a hitch; things of this nature. Co-Q10 is also being researched for its possible role in helping to heal cancer, chronic fatigue, and other illnesses, and has been shown to prevent recurrence of heart attack, because of its oxygenating effect on the heart.

 

 

10,9 ,14,18  (l)vitaliteit

spirulina: 150 mg ( uitgekiende combinatie van voedingstoffen die het lichaam in optimale conditie houden)

ginseng : 40 mg (ginsenosiden hebben positieve invloed op het geestelijke en lichamelijke prestatie vermogen)

kelp : 80 mg

2 tabletten  ‘s morgens innemen met water

Spirulina contains vital unsaturated fatty acids, including gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), it has many important minerals including potassium, calcium, zinc, magnesium, selenium, iron, and phosphorus, vitamins including B-12 and others of the B-complex, E, and beta carotene, digestive enzymes, chlorophyll, and pigments that help liver***** function. Ounce for ounce, it provides more complete protein than meat*****. This 65% easily-digested protein can in itself give a boost, especially given the prevalence of high-carbohydrate diets. Since the protein in spirulina is high in phenylalanine, it has also been used as an aid to appetite suppression and weight-loss. Spirulina contains around 65% easily-digested protein. This is high-quality, complete protein, including all the essential amino acids (those the body cannot make from other amino acids and so which must be included in the diet every day). Because the protein in spirulina is high in phenylalanine, it has also been found useful as an aid to appetite suppression and cutting-up.                          Spirulina (Spirulina plantensis) is a blue green algae, extremely pure and full of nutrients. Rich in vitamin B12,

                          beta-carotene, iron, and protein. ( uitgekiende combinatie van voedingstoffen die het lichaam in optimale conditie houden)Vitamine B, E, ijzer, mangaan, Zink, selenium

 

 (l)vitaliteit (van zonnatura)

spirulina: 150 mg ( uitgekiende combinatie van voedingstoffen die het lichaam in optimale conditie houden)

ginseng : 40 mg (ginsenosiden hebben positieve invloed op het geestelijke

kelp : 80 mg

2 tabletten  ‘s morgens innemen met water

 

10,9 Dirk wonderwel              

(p)310 mg Spirulina=Vitamine B, E, ijzer, mangaan, Zink, selenium.

 

10,9 Marcus Rohrer

(q)300 mg Spirulina

 

12

(h)Arkocaps

Geen tarwe, gist, lactose, conserveermiddelen en kunstmatige aroma’s of kleurstoffen, suiker , zetmeel.

(s6) 12Echinacea 325 mg immuunsysteem versterkend

Polyfenolen: 1,5 %

 

‘s morgens 2 capsules tijdens de maaltijd met voldoende water innemen

helpful  for fighting everything from a cold or flu to a long-term illness like chronic fatigue.

                    A recent German trial found echinacea to be far superior to pharmaceutical treatments for

                    vaginitis (candida infection of the vagina). Researchers found a 60% recurrence of vaginal

                    yeast* infection when treated with a pharmaceutical anti-fungal cream but only a 16%

                    recurrence for those given an echinacea supplementation. . Echinacea, in contrast, is considered an promoter of "superficial" immune response, having to do with the mucous membrane.   

 

 

(s6)13 (e)Ultravit:

Q10 forte: - Improves tissue oxygenation

Geen tarwe, gist, lactose, conserveermiddelen en kunstmatige aroma’s of kleurstoffen, suiker , zetmeel.

13 Co Enzyme Q10 : 45 mg

Vitamine E 200 % ADH

Kan werking bloedverdunnende middelen versterken

1 capsule per dag met water innemen, bij voorkeur tijdens of na de maaltijd

100 mg daily - Improves tissue oxygenation

CoQ-10 helps the body to utilize oxygen. Produced in every cell of the body, it is especially important for the heart. Much research has gone into this nutrient, especially in Japan, which of course also manufactures it for the world-wide market. Researchers estimate that about 30% of the adult population of Japan take Co-Q10 on a regular basis. Especially as we age, this nutrient can make a big difference in our energy levels.
The energy from Co-Q10 is not at all stimulatory. As oxygen utilization is increased, people simply find they can climb those four flights of stairs without getting winded, or they can keep going after a long day without a hitch; things of this nature. Co-Q10 is also being researched for its possible role in helping to heal cancer, chronic fatigue, and other illnesses, and has been shown to prevent recurrence of heart attack, because of its oxygenating effect on the heart.

 

 

 

14

  (m)O Lacy’s

(s6)Ginseng Immuno-stimulant

Ginsengextract 80 mg (tegen vermoeidheid)

Lactose

Stearinezuur

Magnesiumstearaat

 

3 x daags 1 tablet met water innemen

 

(s6)16 (s)Ginkgo Biloba t 200mg (verbetert geheugen door verbetering doorbloeding in het hoofd)

Ginkgo Biloba extract  20 mg

Ginkgo flavonen 4,8 mg

Terpene lactones 1,2 mg

 Gelatine

 

Verdeeld over de dag 2 tot 3 X 1 capsule tijdens maaltijden met water innemen.

   Ginkgo Biloba Extract also promotes radical scavenging activity, increased blood flow to the brain, and improved transmission of nerve signals.

 

17,2 ,5  (o)Teunisbloemolie 500mg

B6 (pyridoxine) 25% ADH

 

E:20% ADH

 

(s4,s6) 17 (o)Teunisbloemolie 500mg

(s4)B6 (pyridoxine) 25% ADH

E:20% ADH

 

De twee bekendste vormen van essentiële vetzuren zijn linolzuur en linoleenzuur. Uit deze vetzuren worden stoffen aangemaakt die vitaal zijn voor het afweersysteem. Welnu, door een defect in de cellen wordt deze omzetting bij M.E.-lijders bemoeilijkt. Wetenschappers zoeken nog steeds naar de oorzaak van het defect in de cellen. Op basis van deze bevindingen ontwierpen de onderzoekers een pil. Deze pil bevat een combinatie van de oliën teunisbloemolie en visolie. Dankzij de pil wordt de moeizame omzetting van linolzuur en linoleenzuur naar stoffen die vitaal zijn voor het afweersysteem omzeilt. Daardoor wordt het natuurlijk afweersysteem ten dele of geheel hersteld.

 

 
 

 

(s6) (n)Lecithine forte 1200(bron van choline, inostol )

Lecitine van ongemanipuleerde soja 1200 mg (zenuwsterkend)

Gelatine, glycerol,soja olie, sorbitol.  Lecithin emulsifies and promotes the transportation of fats in the body. It is the major component of all cell membranes, and is found in the protective sheath surrounding the brain, the muscles and the nerve cells. Lecithin is an inexpensive substance with major protective effects for the liver, the cardiovascular system, and the brain.

 

  

 (s6)Sundown

(s)Ginkgo Biloba t 200mg (verbetert geheugen door verbetering doorbloeding in het hoofd)

Ginkgo Biloba extract  20 mg

Ginkgo flavonen 4,8 mg

Terpene lactones 1,2 mg

 Gelatine

 

Verdeeld over de dag 2 tot 3 X 1 capsule tijdens maaltijden met water innemen.

 

 

Ginkgo Biloba Extract also promotes radical scavenging activity, increased blood flow to the brain, and improved transmission of nerve signals.

 

(s6)1 Vitamin A:   25,000 IU daily. If you are pregnant, do not exceed 10,000 IU daily.© 100% , (d) 63%= 163 % ADH Vitamine A

 

(s6)2 Vitamin B complex - 100 mg 3 times daily - B vitamins are required for  all bodily functions, resist

        infection, and all enzyme systems. Important

        brain function. Use a yeast*-free formula.

 

 

 

 

(s6)© 100% , (d) gem 200 % = 300 %ADH van vitamine B Vitamin B-6 is found in beans****, nuts, legumes****, eggs, meat*****s, fish, whole grains, and fortified breads and cereals

(s6)3 vitamin B12 - 2,000 mcg 3 times daily - Important for digestion. Needed for metabolism of

        carbohydrates, fats, and proteins. Use a lozenge or sublingual form Vitamin B12 is found in eggs, meat*****,seaweed ,  poultry, shellfish**, and milk* and milk* products.

(s6)4 Biotine:

 (s6)© 100 %, (d) 100% = 200% ADH van Biotine

 

He suggests biotin orally (300 mcg taken three times daily) along with two teaspoons of olive oil taken three times daily, as a source of oleic acid. This is done along with a higher than normal fiber diet, using oat bran fiber, to increase the absorptive surface area of the fecal material and to hasten the elimination of metabolic by-products. This may have to be continued for a period of one to six months depending upon the severity of the infection and the length of time that there has been a Candida problem. Bland's program then facilitates the healing of the gastrointestinal mucosa, by using



 50 mg three tes daily is the required amount of Biotin. Pantothenic acid and biotin are found in eggs, fish, milk* and milk* products, whole-grain cereals, legumes****, yeast*, broccoli**** and other vegetables in the cabbage**** family, white and sweet potatoes, lean beef*, and other foods.
 

 

 

5 Vitamin C - 1,000 mg 3 times daily

(s6)©100% , (d) 250% = 350% ADH van Vitamine C immuunsysteem  

6       Calcium - 1,500 mg daily - Often deficient in people with this disorder, Use calcium

        citrate form.

      calcium pantothenate (200 to 1000 mg per day).

(k) 33,3 % ADH Calcium,  (d) 13 % ADH Calcium , samen 46,3 %, moet dus 3 x (k) nemen, dan samen op 112% ADH Calcium

7       magnesium - 750-1,000 mg daily - Needed to balance with calcium.

(a) 83% ADH Magnesium, (d) 21% (a) 10% , 3x(k) 99,9%  samen : 203% ADH  Magnesium      

8 vitamin D - 400 IU daily - © 100% ADH, (d) 38% ADH,  3x(k) 75 %ADH D3= 213% ADH Vitamine DVitamin D is found in cheese**, butter, margarine*, cream*, fortified milk* *(all milk* in the United States is fortified with Vitamin D), fish, oysters*, and fortified cereals. The body can synthesize vitamin D when the skin is exposed to sunshine.

 

(s6)9 Vitamin E  (400 to 800 I.U. per day),

 

 

 

 

 

Selenium, like vitamin E, is an important anti-oxidant nutrient. In fact, when these two are taken together, the synergism increases the effectiveness of each in quenching free radicals. In nature, Vitamin E isfound in vegetable oils, nuts and grains.

© 100%, (d) 375%= min imaal 475% ADH Vitamine E

10 selenium - 200 mcg daily Selenium is an immune booster which produces antibody responses to all forms of infections. Selenium, like vitamin E, is an important anti-oxidant nutrient. In fact, when these two are taken together, the synergism increases the effectiveness of each in quenching free radicals. vitamin E and selenium can prevent

                                prostate cancer, a researcher told Reuters. . In nature, selenium is found in grain, meat***** and fish. Vitamin E isfound in vegetable oils, nuts and grains

Vitamine C, vitamine E en beta caroteen beschermen rokers

                   extra tegen vrije radicalen.

.

© 70 mcg, (d) 40 mcg, (p) 310/6=51,7 mg, minimaal 110 mg selenium (evt (l) en (q) erbij voor meer

 

(s6)11 zinc (30 to 50 mg a day) facilitates the healing of the gastrointestinal mucosa

© 100%, (d) 60%= 160% ADH Zink

(www) eggs* sulphur, zinc ,chromium  #1 1-4 aweek, #2 1-3, #3 1-2 (in baking e.g. muffins, pancakes, waffles) (zinc in egg yolk)

(#4 eggs neither  required nor avoided, #5 avoid animal protein*****) Raw,

                                      unroasted, unsalted pumpkin seeds are the best food sources of zinc.

 

                                      Oatmeal is another good zinc source. Begin the day with a Swiss muesli made with soaked rolled oats**** and apricots or

                                      cantaloupe. Add wheat* germ, sesame, pumpkin or sunflower seeds and yogurt or milk* *. This breakfast provides

                                      beta-carotene, zinc and vitamin C, as well as the immune system stimulants vitamin B6 and iron.

 

(s6)12 Echinacea helpful  for fighting everything from a cold or flu to a long-term illness like chronic fatigue.

                    A recent German trial found echinacea to be far superior to pharmaceutical treatments for

                    vaginitis (candida infection of the vagina). Researchers found a 60% recurrence of vaginal

                    yeast* infection when treated with a pharmaceutical anti-fungal cream but only a 16%

                    recurrence for those given an echinacea supplementation.

 

 

(h) 325 mg

 

(s6)13 Coenzyme Q10 - 100 mg daily - Improves tissue oxygenation

(e) 45 mg Q10 (55 te weinig)

 

 

CoQ-10 helps the body to utilize oxygen.

 

(s6)14. Ginseng    , immuno stimulant (ginsenosiden hebben positieve invloed op het geestelijke en lichamelijke prestatie vermogen)   Siberian Ginseng

                          Siberian Ginseng will help in regulating adrenalin level. If you feel sleepy after taking it, it is because adrenalin level is being

                          regulated and you should take a good sleep after taking it. When you have regulated your adrenalin levels, you should not

                          feel sleepy after taking it, and you should have more energy.

 

(m) 80 mg (l) 40 mg =  120 mg Ginseng

 

 

(s6)15 Vitamin K     Recommended amounts are infants: 12-20 mcg; children: 15-100 mcg; adults: 300-500 mcg

(d) 38 % ADH Vitamine K (aangevuld door voeding: (ddd)strawberries(fff) oatmeal(xx) nuts and seeds

(qqq) Complex Carbo hydrates
Vitamin K is found in cabbage****, cauliflower***, spinach, and other green leafy vegetables, cereals, soybeans****, and other vegetables. Bacteria in the intestines normally also produce vitamin K.
 

(s6)16 Ginkgo Biloba ). A Ginkgo Biloba extract (G.B.E.) has demonstrated remarkable pharmacological action on different parts of the circulatory and nervous system (arteries, capillaries, veins, and heart). Its effects include enhancement of energy, increase of cellular glucose intake, and inhibiting of platelet aggregation. Ginkgo Biloba Extract also promotes radical scavenging activity, increased blood flow to the brain, and improved transmission of nerve signals.

(s) 200mg

 

(s6)17 Vetzuren Onderzoekers constateerden dat de hoeveelheid vetzuren in het bloed van M.E.-lijders aanzienlijk lager is dan bij andere mensen. Indien men vetzuren aan het bloed toevoegde dan merkten de onderzoekers een aanzienlijke vooruitgang op bij hun patiënten. De twee bekendste vormen van essentiële vetzuren zijn linolzuur en linoleenzuur. Uit deze vetzuren worden stoffen aangemaakt die vitaal zijn voor het afweersysteem. Welnu, door een defect in de cellen wordt deze omzetting bij M.E.-lijders bemoeilijkt. Wetenschappers zoeken nog steeds naar de oorzaak van het defect in de cellen. Op basis van deze bevindingen ontwierpen de onderzoekers een pil. Deze pil bevat een combinatie van de oliën teunisbloemolie en visolie. Dankzij de pil wordt de moeizame omzetting van linolzuur en linoleenzuur naar stoffen die vitaal zijn voor het afweersysteem omzeilt. Daardoor wordt het natuurlijk afweersysteem ten dele of geheel hersteld. Bij 85 procent van de patiënten geeft het product vermindering van vermoeidheid en spierpijn, het bevordert het concentratievermogen en vermindert duizeligheid. Essentiële vetzuren zijn een natuurlijk product en dus onschadelijk. Eventuele overschotten worden door het lichaam gebruikt als energie of gewoon onder de vorm van vet opgestapeld. Indien de patiënt na drie maanden geen verbetering merkt, kan hij beter zijn arts weer raadplegen. Het opvallende aan het product is dat patiënten plotseling beter worden. Jammer genoeg is gebruik van het geneesmiddel geen garantie om voorgoed van M.E. genezen te zijn.                                           

geneesmiddel geen garantie om voorgoed van M.E. genezen te zijn. http://www.khm.be/praatcafe/_private/pagrechts/SteunPunt.htm

(s6)(o)500mg (bb)lijnzaadolie Flaxseed Oil,  (mmm) Tarwekiem olie

 

(s6)18 Spirulina Vitamine B, E, ijzer, mangaan, Zink, selenium. uitgekiende combinatie van voedingstoffen die het lichaam in optimale conditie houden

(l) 150mg, p 310 mg, (q) 300 mg = 860 mg
 

 

1 ,2,3 ,4, 5, 7,8 ,9 ,10,11 ©All family multivit 100% ADH van:

Vitamine        ADH

1 A:    immuunsysteem

8D:

9E: :    immuunsysteem

5C: :    immuunsysteem

2B1:  

2B2:

2B3:                                                                               

2B5:

2B6:

3B12:  

4Biotine

Foliumzuur

Ijzer

Zink

 

Verder:

Fosfor: 10%

Magnesium: 10%

 

Zonder ADH

Chroom 25 mcg

Koper: 1,2 mcg

Mangaan 1,4 mg

Molybdeen 50 mcg

Selenium: 70 mcg

 

Per dag 1 tablet na maaltijd heel doorslikken

 

5, ®Best Choice

Vitamine C 1000 mg 1667% ADH (weerstand bij stress, vermoeidheid, verbeterd conditie)

Met Bioflavonoiden 10 mg (vertserkt werking Vitamine C)

en Rozenbottlels 50 mg (versterkt werking vitamine C)

Rutine 1mg

Hesperidine 1mg

 

1 a 2 tabletten per dag

 

 

 

6,7,8 (k)Sterke botten (met oesterkalk)

6Calcium 33,3% ADH (botten+ gebit)

7Magnesium 33,3%

Vitamine D3 25 % zorgt ervoor dat de opname van het kalk optimaal is

3 tabletten verdeeld over de dag met glas water innemen

 

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,7,8, 9,10,11,12,15 (d)HNS

1A: 63%

8D: 38%

9E: 375%

K: 38 %

5C: 250%

2B1: 242 %

2B2:238 %

2B3 (als niacinamide) 139%

2B5 (als Ca pantothenaat): 333%

3B12: 5000%

4Biotine: 100%

Foliumzuur: 200%

6Calcium: 13%

Fosfor:6%

Ijzer (als fumeraat) 54%

Jodium (als Jodide) 60%

7Magnesium (als oxide) 21%

11Zink (als oxide): 60%

 

Verder:

GTF Chroom: 80 mcg

Kalium(als chloride): 37,5 mg

Koper (als sulfaat): 0,8 mg

Mangaan (als sulfaat): 3,8 mg

Molybdeen (al molybdaad): 40 mcg

(s6)10Selenium (als seleniet): 40mcg

Silicium (als montmorilloniet):15mg

Vanadium (als vanadaat): 120 mcg

 

Complex van PABA in lecitine (bron van choline, inostol) 50 mg

Voedingscomplex met vitamine P (bioflvonoiden, hesperidine, rufine) en rozenbottels: 50 mg

Sporenelementen complex (celzouten en montmorilloniet):60mg

Voedingscomplex met enzymen (amylase, diastase, protease, bromelaine, papaine en betaine HCl): 25 mg

Voedingskruidenmix bevattende: aminozuren, luzerne, bijpropolis,bioflavono iden, chlorella,enzymen, gamma-linoleenzuur, lecithine, lipiden, haverzemelen, vezels, octacosanol,, pectiden, nuclinezuren,  (RNA/DNA), spirulina, tarwegras,buchu, capsicum, kamille, korenbloem,paardebloem, 12 echinacea, venkel, fotitieng, knoflook, gember, ginseng, paardestaart, jeneverbes, kelp, zoethout, pau d’arco, suma, uva ursi, valeriaanwortel  en yucca: 375 mg

 

2 tabletten per dag: 1 tijdens of na het ontbijt, 1 tijdens of na de avondmaaltijd ( heel doorslikken)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7  (a)Essential organics:

Geen gluten, gist, lactose, synthetische hulpmiddelen, suiker , zetmeel. Geschikt voor vegetariers.

 

Per tablet

(s6)7 magnesium + kelp:  250 mg magnesium= 83 % ADH

                                                         100 mg kelp 

 

1 tablet per dag na de maaltijd, heel doorslikken.

 

 

 

 

(s6)9. (mmm) Tarwekiem olie rijk aan vitamine E

 

(g)E forte

Geen tarwe, gist, lactose, conserveermiddelen en kunstmatige aroma’s of kleurstoffen, suiker , zetmeel.

Natuurlijke vitamine E: 1680% (immuun systeem, verouderingsproces bescherming, antioxidant tegen vrije radicalen, helpt cellen en weefsels gezond te houden)

Tarwekiemolie: 150mg

 

 Bij medicijn gebriuik arts raadplegen.

 

1 capsule per dag tijdens of na de maaltijd met wat water innemen.

 

(e)Ultravit:

Q10 forte:

Geen tarwe, gist, lactose, conserveermiddelen en kunstmatige aroma’s of kleurstoffen, suiker , zetmeel.

Co Enzyme Q10 : 45 mg

Vtamine E 200 % ADH

Kan werking bloedverdunnende middelen versterken

1 capsule per dag met water innemen, bij voorkeur tijdens of na de maaltijd

100 mg daily - Improves tissue oxygenation

CoQ-10 helps the body to utilize oxygen. Produced in every cell of the body, it is especially important for the heart. Much research has gone into this nutrient, especially in Japan, which of course also manufactures it for the world-wide market. Researchers estimate that about 30% of the adult population of Japan take Co-Q10 on a regular basis. Especially as we age, this nutrient can make a big difference in our energy levels.
The energy from Co-Q10 is not at all stimulatory. As oxygen utilization is increased, people simply find they can climb those four flights of stairs without getting winded, or they can keep going after a long day without a hitch; things of this nature. Co-Q10 is also being researched for its possible role in helping to heal cancer, chronic fatigue, and other illnesses, and has been shown to prevent recurrence of heart attack, because of its oxygenating effect on the heart.

 

 

10,9 ,14,18  (l)vitaliteit

spirulina: 150 mg ( uitgekiende combinatie van voedingstoffen die het lichaam in optimale conditie houden)

ginseng : 40 mg (ginsenosiden hebben positieve invloed op het geestelijke en lichamelijke prestatie vermogen)

kelp : 80 mg

2 tabletten  ‘s morgens innemen met water

Spirulina contains vital unsaturated fatty acids, including gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), it has many important minerals including potassium, calcium, zinc, magnesium, selenium, iron, and phosphorus, vitamins including B-12 and others of the B-complex, E, and beta carotene, digestive enzymes, chlorophyll, and pigments that help liver***** function. Ounce for ounce, it provides more complete protein than meat*****. This 65% easily-digested protein can in itself give a boost, especially given the prevalence of high-carbohydrate diets. Since the protein in spirulina is high in phenylalanine, it has also been used as an aid to appetite suppression and weight-loss. Spirulina contains around 65% easily-digested protein. This is high-quality, complete protein, including all the essential amino acids (those the body cannot make from other amino acids and so which must be included in the diet every day). Because the protein in spirulina is high in phenylalanine, it has also been found useful as an aid to appetite suppression and cutting-up.                          Spirulina (Spirulina plantensis) is a blue green algae, extremely pure and full of nutrients. Rich in vitamin B12,

                          beta-carotene, iron, and protein. ( uitgekiende combinatie van voedingstoffen die het lichaam in optimale conditie houden)Vitamine B, E, ijzer, mangaan, Zink, selenium

 

 (l)vitaliteit (van zonnatura)

spirulina: 150 mg ( uitgekiende combinatie van voedingstoffen die het lichaam in optimale conditie houden)

ginseng : 40 mg (ginsenosiden hebben positieve invloed op het geestelijke

kelp : 80 mg

2 tabletten  ‘s morgens innemen met water

 

10,9 Dirk wonderwel              

(p)310 mg Spirulina=Vitamine B, E, ijzer, mangaan, Zink, selenium.

 

10,9 Marcus Rohrer

(q)300 mg Spirulina

 

12

(h)Arkocaps

Geen tarwe, gist, lactose, conserveermiddelen en kunstmatige aroma’s of kleurstoffen, suiker , zetmeel.

12Echinacea 325 mg immuunsysteem versterkend

Polyfenolen: 1,5 %

 

‘s morgens 2 capsules tijdens de maaltijd met voldoende water innemen

helpful  for fighting everything from a cold or flu to a long-term illness like chronic fatigue.

                    A recent German trial found echinacea to be far superior to pharmaceutical treatments for

                    vaginitis (candida infection of the vagina). Researchers found a 60% recurrence of vaginal

                    yeast* infection when treated with a pharmaceutical anti-fungal cream but only a 16%

                    recurrence for those given an echinacea supplementation. . Echinacea, in contrast, is considered an promoter of "superficial" immune response, having to do with the mucous membrane.   

 

 

(s6)13 (e)Ultravit:

Q10 forte: - Improves tissue oxygenation

Geen tarwe, gist, lactose, conserveermiddelen en kunstmatige aroma’s of kleurstoffen, suiker , zetmeel.

13 Co Enzyme Q10 : 45 mg

Vitamine E 200 % ADH

Kan werking bloedverdunnende middelen versterken

1 capsule per dag met water innemen, bij voorkeur tijdens of na de maaltijd

100 mg daily - Improves tissue oxygenation

CoQ-10 helps the body to utilize oxygen. Produced in every cell of the body, it is especially important for the heart. Much research has gone into this nutrient, especially in Japan, which of course also manufactures it for the world-wide market. Researchers estimate that about 30% of the adult population of Japan take Co-Q10 on a regular basis. Especially as we age, this nutrient can make a big difference in our energy levels.
The energy from Co-Q10 is not at all stimulatory. As oxygen utilization is increased, people simply find they can climb those four flights of stairs without getting winded, or they can keep going after a long day without a hitch; things of this nature. Co-Q10 is also being researched for its possible role in helping to heal cancer, chronic fatigue, and other illnesses, and has been shown to prevent recurrence of heart attack, because of its oxygenating effect on the heart.

 

 

 

14

  (m)O Lacy’s

Ginseng Immuno-stimulant

Ginsengextract 80 mg (tegen vermoeidheid)

Lactose

Stearinezuur

Magnesiumstearaat

 

3 x daags 1 tablet met water innemen

 

16 (s)Ginkgo Biloba t 200mg (verbetert geheugen door verbetering doorbloeding in het hoofd)

Ginkgo Biloba extract  20 mg

Ginkgo flavonen 4,8 mg

Terpene lactones 1,2 mg

 Gelatine

 

Verdeeld over de dag 2 tot 3 X 1 capsule tijdens maaltijden met water innemen.

   Ginkgo Biloba Extract also promotes radical scavenging activity, increased blood flow to the brain, and improved transmission of nerve signals.

 

Sundown

(s)Ginkgo Biloba t 200mg (verbetert geheugen door verbetering doorbloeding in het hoofd)

Ginkgo Biloba extract  20 mg

Ginkgo flavonen 4,8 mg

Terpene lactones 1,2 mg

 Gelatine

 

Verdeeld over de dag 2 tot 3 X 1 capsule tijdens maaltijden met water innemen.

 

Ginkgo Biloba Extract also promotes radical scavenging activity, increased blood flow to the brain, and improved transmission of nerve signals.

 

 

 

 

17,2 ,5  (o)Teunisbloemolie 500mg

B6 (pyridoxine) 25% ADH

 

E:20% ADH

 
 
 
 
(s6)(bb)lijnzaadolie Flaxseed Oil, 
Flaxseed Oil ...................... 1,000 mg
 which contains:
 Alpha-Linolenic Acid ............... 500 mg
 Linoleic Acid ...................... 200 mg
 Oleic Acid ......................... 200 mg
 Palmitic Acid ....................... 60 mg
 Stearic Acid ........................ 40 mg

 

Flaxseed may slow down the absorption of oral medications or other

          nutrients if taken at the same time. Talk to your health care provider before

          taking flaxseed if you regularly take any prescription or over-the-counter

          medications.

 

 

 

 

 

(ll) grapefruit*seed extract

Voor de behandeling van chronische Candida infecties worden allerlei (soms exotische) middelen aangeraden. Een aantal ervan zijn huis-tuin-en-keuken middelen: verse knoflook (dat bevat de werkzame component allicine), grapefruitzaad   extract (met name voor de behandeling van spruw), oregano olie (bevat een verscheidenheid aan antischimmel eigenschappen) en tanalbit (een antischimmelmiddel dat zonder recept verkregen kan worden en dat wordt gewonnen uit natuurlijke tanninen die in thee voorkomen) (Internet pagina' s 2, 4 en 5).

Grapefruit seed extract - As directed on label. Always dilute before use - Rids the

        body of potentially harmful microorganisms.                      Agents that may reduce the amount of yeast* in the body include capryllic

                      acid, grapefruit seed extract, betaine hydrochloride, peppermint oil, oregano

                      oil, lavender oil, tea tree oil, barberry, red thyme, pau d'arco also called

                      lapacho, and garlic. However, the scientific foundation for the use of these

                      treatments is weak, and the appropriate dosage of each has not been

                      determined. Some of these treatments may be toxic if taken to excess or

                      for prolonged periods.

 

 

 

Grapefruit seed extract - As directed on label. Always dilute before use - Rids the

        body of potentially harmful microorganisms.

Orthisept grapefruitzaad   extract min 29 % citrusfenolen: 150 mg

Knoflook 100 mg

Zink (citraat) 10 mg= 67% Adh

Magnesium (aminozuur gebonden) 20 mg= 7% Adh

Selenium (menthionaat) 50 mcg

 

 

©All family multivit 100% ADH van:

Vitamine        ADH

A:   

D:

E:

C:

B1

B2:

B3

B5

B6

B12

Biotine

Foliumzuur

Ijzer

Zink

 

Verder:

Fosfor: 10%

Magnesium: 10%

 

Zonder ADH

Chroom 25 mcg

Koper: 1,2 mcg

Mangaan 1,4 mg

Molybdeen 50 mcg

Selenium: 70 mcg

 

Per dag 1 tablet na maaltijd heel doorslikken.

 

(d) HNS

A: 63%

D: 38%

E: 375%

K: 38 %

C: 250%

B1: 242 %

B2:238 %

B3 (als niacinamide) 139%

B5 (als Ca pantothenaat): 333%

B12: 5000%

Biotine: 100%

Foliumzuur: 200%

Calcium: 13%

Fosfor:6%

Ijzer (als fumeraat) 54%

Jodium (als Jodide) 60%

Magnesium (als oxide) 21%

Zink (als oxide): 60%

 

Verder:

GTF Chroom: 80 mcg

Kalium(als chloride): 37,5 mg

Koper (als sulfaat): 0,8 mg

Mangaan (als sulfaat): 3,8 mg

Molybdeen (al molybdaad): 40 mcg

Selenium (als seleniet): 40mcg

Silicium (als montmorilloniet):15mg

Vanadium (als vanadaat): 120 mcg

 

Complex van PABA in lecitine (bron van choline, inostol) 50 mg

Voedingscomplex met vitamine P (bioflvonoiden, hesperidine, rufine) en rozenbottels: 50 mg

Sporenelementen complex (celzouten en montmorilloniet):60mg

Voedingscomplex met enzymen (amylase, diastase, protease, bromelaine, papaine en betaine HCl): 25 mg

Voedingskruidenmix bevattende: aminozuren, luzerne, bijpropolis,bioflavono iden, chlorella,enzymen, gamma-linoleenzuur, lecithine, lipiden, haverzemelen, vezels, octacosanol,, pectiden, nuclinezuren,  (RNA/DNA), spirulina, tarwegras,buchu, capsicum, kamille, korenbloem,paardebloem, echinacea, venkel, fotitieng, knoflook, gember, ginseng, paardestaart, jeneverbes, kelp, zoethout, pau d’arco, suma, uva ursi, valeriaanwortel  en yucca: 375 mg

 

2 tabletten per dag: 1 tijdens of na het ontbijt, 1 tijdens of na de avondmaaltijd ( heel doorslikken)

 

(n)Lecithine forte 1200(bron van choline, inostol )

Lecitine van ongemanipuleerde soja 1200 mg (zenuwsterkend)

Gelatine, glycerol,soja olie, sorbitol.  Lecithin emulsifies and promotes the transportation of fats in the body. It is the major component of all cell membranes, and is found in the protective sheath surrounding the brain, the muscles and the nerve cells. Lecithin is an inexpensive substance with major protective effects for the liver, the cardiovascular system, and the brain.

Lecithin emulsifies and promotes the transportation of fats in the body. It is the major component of all cell membranes, and is found in the protective sheath surrounding the brain, the muscles and the nerve cells. Lecithin is an inexpensive substance with major protective effects for the liver, the cardiovascular system, and the brain.

 

17 (o)Teunisbloemolie 500mg

B6 (pyridoxine) 25% ADH

E:20% ADH

 

De twee bekendste vormen van essentiële vetzuren zijn linolzuur en linoleenzuur. Uit deze vetzuren worden stoffen aangemaakt die vitaal zijn voor het afweersysteem. Welnu, door een defect in de cellen wordt deze omzetting bij M.E.-lijders bemoeilijkt. Wetenschappers zoeken nog steeds naar de oorzaak van het defect in de cellen. Op basis van deze bevindingen ontwierpen de onderzoekers een pil. Deze pil bevat een combinatie van de oliën teunisbloemolie en visolie. Dankzij de pil wordt de moeizame omzetting van linolzuur en linoleenzuur naar stoffen die vitaal zijn voor het afweersysteem omzeilt. Daardoor wordt het natuurlijk afweersysteem ten dele of geheel hersteld.

  (o)Teunisbloemolie 500mg

B6 (pyridoxine) 25% ADH

E:20% ADH

 

1.       Men heeft  belangrijke vorderingen gemaakt op basis van essentiële vetzuren. Onderzoekers constateerden dat de hoeveelheid vetzuren in het bloed van M.E.-lijders aanzienlijk lager is dan bij andere mensen. Indien men vetzuren aan het bloed toevoegde dan merkten de onderzoekers een aanzienlijke vooruitgang op bij hun patiënten. De twee bekendste vormen van essentiële vetzuren zijn linolzuur en linoleenzuur. Uit deze vetzuren worden stoffen aangemaakt die vitaal zijn voor het afweersysteem. Welnu, door een defect in de cellen wordt deze omzetting bij M.E.-lijders bemoeilijkt. Wetenschappers zoeken nog steeds naar de oorzaak van het defect in de cellen. Op basis van deze bevindingen ontwierpen de onderzoekers een pil. Deze pil bevat een combinatie van de oliën teunisbloemolie en visolie. Dankzij de pil wordt de moeizame omzetting van linolzuur en linoleenzuur naar stoffen die vitaal zijn voor het afweersysteem omzeilt. Daardoor wordt het natuurlijk afweersysteem ten dele of geheel hersteld. Bij 85 procent van de patiënten geeft het product vermindering van vermoeidheid en spierpijn, het bevordert het concentratievermogen en vermindert duizeligheid. Essentiële vetzuren zijn een natuurlijk product en dus onschadelijk. Eventuele overschotten worden door het lichaam gebruikt als energie of gewoon onder de vorm van vet opgestapeld. Indien de patiënt na drie maanden geen verbetering merkt, kan hij beter zijn arts weer raadplegen. Het opvallende aan het product is dat patiënten plotseling beter worden. Jammer genoeg is gebruik van het geneesmiddel geen garantie om voorgoed van M.E. genezen te zijn.

 

 

(n)Lecithine forte 1200(bron van choline, inostol )

Lecitine van ongemanipuleerde soja 1200 mg (zenuwsterkend)

Gelatine, glycerol,soja olie, sorbitol.

 

 

 

(s6)Sundown

(s)Ginkgo Biloba t 200mg (verbetert geheugen door verbetering doorbloeding in het hoofd)

Ginkgo Biloba extract  20 mg

Ginkgo flavonen 4,8 mg

Terpene lactones 1,2 mg

 Gelatine

 

Verdeeld over de dag 2 tot 3 X 1 capsule tijdens maaltijden met water innemen.

 

 

Ginkgo Biloba Extract also promotes radical scavenging activity, increased blood flow to the brain, and improved transmission of nerve signals.

 

 

Step 7.Replace the friendly flora of the body

 

 

   What are probiotics and why are they important?

        The human gastrointestinal tract, the small and large intestines,  is home for several hundred species of bacteria. There are several thousand billion of them in each of us, and the total weight of bacteria is between 3-4 pounds. These bacteria play important an important part in human digestion and immune function. "Probiotics" are live or dead bacteria administered to humans for the purpose of improving their health. The word comes  from Greek "pro bios" meaning "for life".

The probiotics help us in many different ways such as:

·         produce vitamins, including niacin, folic acid, biotin, and vitamin B6.

        Unfortunately, new generations of antibiotics can significantly reduce number of bacteria in few weeks or even days. Generally, antibiotics are not able to differ good bacteria from bad and prolonged use of antibiotics can significantly decrease number of friendly bacteria If you suspect that the digestive flora have been disrupted by antibiotics (typical symptoms include diarrhea, abdominal discomfort and gas), do a comprehensive stool analysis to check the proper balance of bacterial flora. If you cannot avoid taking antibiotics it is advised to take probiotics 2-3 hours after taking the antibiotics. Yogurt, natural probiotic,

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Aloe Vera | Bijlage 38 The Problem with Wheat | Bijlage 39 Himalaya Zout vs De rotzooi die voor zout doorgaat | Bijlage 40 Benefits of Goats milk over Cows milk | Bijlage 41 The problem with most vegetable oils and margarine | bijlage 42 for healthy bones calcium, vitamin D, vitamine k2, magnesium, trace elements | Bijlage 43 The dangers of acrylamide (carbohydrates baked above 210 degrees Celcius) | Bijlage 44 Gevaren van plastic, aluminium en andere verpakkingsmaterialen | bijlage 45 Dangers of Fishoil and better sources for omega 3 | bijlage 46 fruit tegen kanker (aardbeien, cranberries etc) | bijlage 47 Hoog tijd voor een nieuwe schijf van 5 | bijlage 48 Uitleg hoe inentingen autisme veroorzaken door glutamaat productie in de hersenen te stimuleren wat schadelijk is voor de hersenen en voor de hersen ontwikkeling | bijlage 49 Korte Geschiedenis van Monsanto, pagina van Dr Mercola± In Amerika vechten ze voor wat hier heel gewoon is±etiketten waar op staat wat er in voedsel zit. | Bijlage 50 Nep ADHD diagnoses | Bijlage 51 Vrouw vertelt over uitgelekt NASA document over oorlog tegen de mensheid | bijlage 52 Bij medicijn dat zogenaamd cholesterol verlaagd juist 52$ hogere kans op plak in de aderen rondom het hart/ 52@ higher chance of heart plaque when tajking certain cholesterol lowering medicines. | Bijlage 53 Welke oliën zijn veilig om te verhitten? | Bijlage 54 Dr Mercola over Genetisch Gemanipuleerd voedsel"de tekenen dat de hegemonie van Monsanto begint te tanen | bijlage 55 Dr Mercola: genetisch gemanipuleerd voedsel: ontworpen om insecten te doden, maar het maakt ook onze cellen kapot. | Bijlage 56 Dr Mercola Alzeheimer detectie methode, en g4dv ook preventief voor Alzheimer | Bijlage 57 Het einde van het antibiotisch tijdperk aangebroken door toenemend aantal antibiotica resistente bacteriën, Ook hierop is de g4dv een antwoord. | Bijlage 58 Vaccinaties gaan om geld, niet om ziektebestrijding | Bijlage 59 Artikel Dr. Mercola over kankerverwekkende zaken in persoonlijke verzorgings- en huishoud producten | Bijlage 60 Dr. Mercola: Pesticiden kunnen neurologische schade aanrichten, gebruik liever etherische olie voor huisdieren en plant liever goudsbloem in de tuin | Bijlage 61 5 miljoen chronisch zieken in Nederland, zorg VS ook waardeloos | Bijlage 62 Gevaar vaccinaties | Bijlage 63: Gevaren antibiotica in vlees (artikel va Dr. Mercola) | Bijlage 64: Gevaren Testosteron behandeling | Bijlage 65 transvetten zijn de boosdoeners, verzadigde vetten zijn juist goed! (Dr Mercola) | Bijlage 66: Hippocrates Health Institute | Bijlage 68:NVWA hoge boetes voor gezondheidsclaims | Bijlage 69: Voor een gezond hart heb je gezonde vetten nodig | Bijlage 70 Eieren moet je bewaren op kamer temeratuur, niet in de koelkast! | Bijlage 71: Gevaren van niet gefilterd water | Bijlage 67:Boetes voor het zeggen dat iets buiten de farmaceutische industrie gunstig voor de gezondheid is | Bijlage 72 Vitamine D bronnen | Bijlage 73 Chiazaad voedingsinformatie | Bijlage 74: Voordelen van gefermenteerd voedsel | Bijlage 75 9 voedingsmiddelen die je nooit moet eten | Bijlage 76 Top 10 artikelen van Dr. Mercola van 2013 | Bijlage 77: Dr Mercola: De beste wapens tegen griep. | bijlage 78 The secret of longevity | bijlage 79 Het Grote Vaccinatie Debat 15 december 2013 | Bijlage 80 Lead Developer Of HPV Vaccines Comes Clean, Warns Parents & Young Girls It?s All A Giant Deadly Scam | Biijlage 81 How Grazing Cows Can Save the Planet, and Other Surprising Ways of Healing the Earth | Bijlage 82 De Verborgen Gevaren van Vaccinaties | Bijlage 83 CDC Admits as Many as 30 Million Americans Could be at Risk for Cancer Due to Polio Vaccine | Bijlage 84 We hebben 100 keer meer microben dan cellen in ons lichaam. 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Zullen we hun ook helpen? | Bijlage 85 Belang van licht en slaap | Bijlage 86 Artikel Dr Mercola over vergissingen in voeding die tot voedings tekorten leiden. | Bijlage 87 In Amerika beïnvloedt Junkfoodindustrie diëtistenopleidingen | bijlage 88 Dr Coldwell: Elke kanker kan in 2 tot 16 weken genezen worden | Bijlage 89: Want to Know over Tetanus | Bijlage 90: Dr. Russel Blaylock | Bijlage 91 Wat zijn opvliegers? | Bijlage 92, Dr Mercola: One in 25 Patients End Up with Hospital-Acquired Infections, CDC Warns | Bijlage 93 Dr Mercola Toxic Combo of Roundup and Fertilizers Blamed for Tens of Thousands of Deaths | Bijlqge 94 New Studies Show Optimizing Vitamin D Levels May Double Chances of Surviving Breast Cancer, Lower LDL Cholesterol, and Helps Prevent Autism | Bijlage 95, Dr.Mercola: How Vitamin D Performance Testing Can Help Optimize Your Health | Bijlage 96: Be Wary About This Food - It Can Wreck Your Ability to Walk, Talk, and Think | Bijlage 97 Gevaren van Vaccinaties (Mercola) | Bijlage 98: Ouders moeten geïnformeerd worden over de gevaren van vaccineren om een goede keus te kunnen maken | Bijlag 99: Zonnebrandmiddelen gevaarlijker dan zon als het gaat om huidkanker | Bijlage 100 Ignoring This Inflammatory Early Warning Signal Could Cost Your Life | Bijlage 101 Mijd Giffen, Niet Voedingsmiddelen! | Bijlage 102 Mentale rust | Bijlage 103: Voordelen van Kurkuma | Bijlage 104: Dr Mercola article Kruid tegen kanker | No Words | Bijlage 105: Dr Mercola: Sun , vitamin D and vitamin B3 crucial for longevity | Bijlage 106 Cowspiracy film en kritiek | Bijlage 107 Artemesia een effectief anti-malaria kruid | Bijlage 108, Chemotherapie is gevaarlijk | Bijlage 109 Canola oil, what is it, and is it good or bad for people? | Bijlage 110 Are peanuts good or bad for you? | Bijlage 111 Halloween recipes | Bijlage 112 Vaccinatieschade | Bijlage 113 Immigrants seek herbal remedies | Bijlage 114 more_doctors_confessing_to_intentionally_diagnosing_healthy_people_with_cancer | Bijlage 115 Dangers of vaccinating pregnant women | Bijlage 116 Omega 3-6-9 mengsel | Bijlage 117 Waarom er geen koolzaadolie zit in het omega 3-6-9- mengsel van de g4dv | Bijlage 118 Vaccinaties | Bijlage 119 Judy Wilyman, PhD on amti vaccination | Bijlage 120 Wetenschappelijke argumenten die de Keshe scam blootleggen | Bijlage 121 ECEH bacterie | Bijlage 122 grains | Bijlage 123 Make your own chocolate | Bijlage 124 Vaccine Violence | Bijlage 125 Italian court rules mercury and aluminum in vaccines cause autism: US media continues total blackout of medical truth | Bijlage 126 Dr Mercola: Vaccines and Neurological Damage | Bijlage 127 Why many doctors do not vaccinate their own children | Bijlage 128 These graphs show why many doctors don't vaccinate their own children | Bijlage 129 Leaflet Infanrix | Bijlage 130 Vaccine Madness | Bijlage 131 Japanse slachtoffers vaccin baarmoederhalskanker slepen overheid en farmareuzen voor de rechter | Bijlage 132 Pregnancy, labour, delivery and child care | Appendix 133 healing diet for our canine friends | Bijlage 134 Flowchart edible or non-edible | Bijlage 135 Keeping children healthy naturally | Bijlage 136 Vaccines and the Amygdala | Bijlage 137 Revolving door between politics and big pharma explained | Bijlage 138 Ingrediënten Vaccins | Bijlage 139: Medisch scheikundige geeft drie redenen waarom hij zijn kinderen niet laat vaccineren | Bijlage 140 Ryan's story | Bijlage 141 NVKP lezingen dr Hans Moolenburgh | Bijlage 142 HPV vaccine | Bijlage 143 Dr. Hans Moolenburgh over fluoride | Bijlage 144 Baby dies three days after getting six vaccines | Bijlage 145 Interview Trouw met Dr Hans Moolenburgh | Bijlage 146 Jacob van Lennep | Bijlage 147 Flow chart "to believe or not to believe medical or nutritional advice" | Appendix 148 The case experts make against vaccines | Apendix 149 Dr Mercola article: Experts admit Zika threat fraud | Appendix 150 Sudden deaths among health advocates | Appendix 151 Thimerosal | appendix 152 Herd immunity? | Appendix 153 Formaldehyde in vaccines | Appendix 154 Why doctor's say "Do not take the flu shot!" | Bijlage 155 Vaccineren? Natuurlijk niet! En wel hierom: | Appendix 156 Vaccine makers bypass WHO regulations | Bijlage 157 Het probleem van overbehandeling bij borstkanker | Bijlage 158 Chemotherapie vermoordt u | Bijlage 159 Borstbesparende operatie beter dan amputatie voor overlevingskansen bij borstkanker | Appendix 160 Vaccine induced bone fractures | Bijlage 161 hulpstoffen in Vaccins toegegeven door CDC | Appendix 162 meningitis: symptoms, how to prevent, how to treat | Appendix 163 Training of nutrtionists often shady | Appendix 164 Molecular Biochemist Dr.Lucija Tomljenovic, PhD, explains why vaccines not only don't work, but are extremely harmful and can be lethal as well | Appendix 165 CDC knew about MMR vaccine autism link as early as 1999, but covered it up | Appendix 166 Scientists at the vaccine safety debate January 2011 | Appendix 167 Vaccinated children 5 times more likely to contract auto immune diseases | Appendix 168 Before and after vaccine: this is what mass brain destruction looks like | Appendix 169 Hepatitis B | Appendix 170 Countries where vaccines are not mandatory and the nazi roots of vaccines and drugcompanies | Appendix 171 The dangers of soybean oil | Appendix 172 Vaccines do not protect against Measles | Appendix 173 HPV vaccine | Appendix 174 Hoogleraar Peter Gøtzsche over corruptie in de farmaceutische industrie | Appendix 175 Dr Arlan Cage | Appendix 176 How vaccines damage your immune system | Appendix 177 Vaccines are not tested properly | Appendix 178 Documentaries exposing pharma fraud | Appendix 179 Dr Suzanne Humphries | Appendix 180 Dr Russel Blaylock: Vaccinations can kill you or ruin your life | Appendix 181 Doctors who clearly explain why vaccines are neither safe nor effective | Appendix 182 Dr Sherri Tenpenny | Appendix 183 Alan Phillips attorney Vaccine Rights | Appendix 184 Dr Rebecca Carley | Appendix 185 Vaccines bargain basement of the medical industry, says Maurice Hilleman (who developed 36 vaccins) admits AIDS and Cancer causing virusses were added to vaccines | Appendix 186 Many independent studies show vaccine dangers, Damages paid by pharmaceutical companies for vaccine damahge | Appendix 187 The truth behind Vaccinations | Appendix 188: Guess what happened to Nazi war criminals responsible for the genoside of millions: After aquittal or a short prison sentence they went back to being CEO's for big Pharma! | Appendix 189: Mercola: What?s the Right Dose of Exercise for a Longer Life? | Appendix 190 What happened to Dr Mercola? | Bijlage 191: hoofd RIVM zegt Kindervaccinaties veroorzaken hersenvliesontsteking

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