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HOW TEETH REMINERALIZE

Recently, I had a traumatized tooth extracted. It was not an easy choice. I already had other teeth traumatized by the drilling of my teeth with childhood cavities, by overfilling the holes in the teeth with silver amalgams (mercury), by replacing the silver amalgams with a composite white material as an adult, and when I needed crowns (gold at first) because the fillings fell out with parts of the tooth, and finally there was more drilling involved to place a porcelain (composite) crown. After all the drilling and fillings, which gives you more microscopic breaks in the enamel and the dentin (hard bone-like middle layer of teeth), and if there is not enough blood supply to the tooth with certain nutrients through the dental lymph, the tooth can become decayed unless you remineralize your teeth with a nutritional intake of minerals. How do you know if you are deficient? Please read on.

I was born number two of five children. All of my siblings' teeth lacked in the right minerals in our mother's womb because of familial dietary habits she brought from her family origin. A lack of minerals she would have received from fresh whole foods and my mother taking medicine during the time of the growth of our teeth made us susceptible to "soft" teeth.

Understanding the process of tooth cavity healing (mineralization) and tooth cavity formation (demineralization) takes us on a path to see our body as a system and not as body parts. Decades ago, there were many heated discussions between doctors of medicine that would and could not agree in principle that the teeth had anything to do with our general health. Today, there are many studies supporting the theory that as the health of the teeth go is how the body goes. I am still looking for the dentist who will assist with nutritional advice and not only the drilling and replacing of teeth with crowns and root canals.

For example, in my case, for months I knew the crowned tooth (#3 tooth right upper jaw, energy association to that tooth is the pancreas, stomach and thyroid) was slowly dying. I felt the dull pain. I went to see the dentist and I had my teeth cleaned. Within a week, I had inflammation develop quickly with gum swelling. I went back to the dentist and she advised that I take antibiotics and then go get a root canal. I remembered my last root canal which was quite time-consuming and expensive to boot within the last few years and I then decided to do research. In the meantime, I decided to not take the antibiotics and to not get a root canal. I utilized my BEMER technology (a frequency machine that enhances the general blood flow to the microcirculation level) and it reduced the pain and swelling to virtually nothing for a few months. I also did a lot of nutrition research of how to get the right minerals in the blood supply to the tooth by measuring my hair tissue to balance the minerals in my body for the past 18 months, which I do every 8-12 weeks by sending it to a lab for analysis.

anatomy of a tooth

In my research, the anatomy of the tooth is as follows: dentin is the hard, bone-like middle layer of teeth; enamel is the hard white surface covering your teeth; the root of the tooth is embedded in the jaw; the tooth pulp is in the middle of the tooth. The pulp contains blood vessels, nerves, and cellular elements including tooth building cells. Each tooth has a blood supply and a nerve that travels through the center of the tooth roots into the jaw bone via the mandibular nerve. The mandibular nerve is a branch of the largest cranial nerve in our body, the trigeminal nerve. This nerve connection is what makes toothaches so painful and debilitating. The periodontal ligament lines the root of the tooth. It connects the tooth to the jaw through millions of taut fibers running in different directions. These fibers absorb the shock of chewing, and hold the tooth firmly in place. The cells in the periodontal ligament can degenerate and regenerate. A worn out periodontal ligament is a primary cause of tooth loss.

Each tooth contains about three miles of microscopic tubes called dentinal tubules. Dentinal tubules are 1.3-4.5 microns in size. (1) This is close to one thousandth the size of a pinhead. Dentinal tubules are filled with a fluid that is estimated to be similar to the cerebral spinal fluid in the spinal cord and brain. (2) The tooth enamel contains about two percent of this fluid. In addition to the tooth fluid, the tubules can contain parts of tooth growing cells, nerves and connective tissue. (3)

Dentin and enamel are fed from tooth building cells called odontoblasts which transport or diffuse certain nutrients through the dental lymph. Ondontoblasts contain microscopic structures that act as pumps. In effect, a healthy tooth cleans itself out. Microscopic droplets of nutrient-rich solution from our blood are pumped through the tiny tubules. In a healthy tooth, the fluid flow from within the pulp moves outward in a pressurized system that protects our teeth from corrosive substances in our mouths. (4)

A dentist Ralph Steinman discovered that our teeth's ability to remineralize is based upon the regulating action of the largest salivary glands, the parotid glands. Located near the inside of our jaw bone, the parotid glands regulate the activity of the nutrient-rich dentinal fluid. The signal to the parotid glands comes from the regulating center of the brain, the hypothalamus. When the tooth fluid flow is reversed due to a signal from the parotid glands (as a result of a poor diet or otherwise), food debris, saliva and other matter are pulled into the tooth through the dentinal tubes. When this happens over time, the pulp becomes inflamed and tooth decay spreads to the enamel.

Dr Steinman identified the loss of certain key minerals in this process of tooth decay. These are magnesium, copper, iron and manganese, all of which are active in cellular metabolism and necessary for the energy-production that allows the cleansing flow of the fluid through dentin tubules. (5) An interesting note is that phytic acid, an anti-nutrient in grains, nuts, seeds and beans, has the potential to block the absorption of each one of these vital tooth building minerals. If you'd like to learn more about how to reduce the amount of phytic acid in these foods, please do not hesitate to do your own research or to find a knowledgeable holistically minded individual to help you with this. It takes time to truly heal the body as it does to make foods that your body can absorb. I even advise my clients in how to prepare food to be readily absorbed into the body.

Before I had my tooth extracted, I had been measuring my blood sugar daily and it was actually in the high range (102-112 when I awoke). When I had my tooth extracted (root canals only take the nerve pain away, but the tooth is still diseased), and within 36 hours I awoke to a blood sugar of 82; a twenty to thirty point difference!

There are a number of glands that are responsible for healthy gums. The master gland, called the pituitary gland and its two discrete sections, are based on the hormones of the anterior and posterior pituitary. The posterior pituitary gland is to work in conjunction with the pancreas to control blood sugar levels. Blood sugar levels, when chronically out of balance, can often cause tooth decay or gum disease. If the posterior pituitary cannot regulate the blood sugar properly, then this can create a biochemical imbalance that will cause phosphorus to be pulled from the bones. The primary cause of this deficiency is white sugar. The posterior pituitary can be brought slowly back to health by eating a diet low in sugar which includes avoiding natural sugars as well.

Gum disease is caused by an overactive anterior pituitary gland. One of the roles of this gland is to produce growth hormones. This gland is balanced with testosterone or estrogen. The lack of growth hormone production is therefore intimately connected with gum disease.

Another gland affecting tooth decay is the thyroid gland which is regulated by the anterior pituitary gland. Often the relationship of the thyroid to the pituitary is not considered, leaving thyroid treatments ineffective. A malfunctioning thyroid also plays a role in producing tooth decay and gum disease because the thyroid plays a role in maintaining blood calcium levels. To repair thyroid function, the anterior pituitary gland usually needs attention. People on medications that affect their thyroid can have significant tooth decay problems.

Even excess testosterone can be linked to inflamed gums and excess levels of phosphorous in the blood stream. (6) Excess estrogen can also cause inflamed gums.

The reason for highlighting the role of glands is because prescription drugs, birth control pills, and other toxic or stress factors can significantly influence on or several of our glands leaving us susceptible to tooth decay. Conversely, supporting the health of our glands can support a faster tooth decay recovery. The regulation and balancing of these important glands will support healthy parotid gland function and thus promote tooth remineralization. If you feel that your glands are out of balance, or you are taking prescription drugs that influence your glands, then you will need to seek additional treatments beyond diet. In particular, herbal therapies, glandular supplementation therapies, and traditional medicines like Ayurveda, Tibetan or Chinese medicine including acupuncture and the use of the BEMER technology can all help enhance the flow of blood to strengthen and balance your glands. It is never too late to reclaim your health if you take action now and not wait until you come down with a diagnosis.

For those who would like to take charge of their health including the health of their teeth, please contact me via the contact form below. You might be able to save yourself from future pain and a healthy mouth for the rest of your life.

REFERENCES:

  1. Cook, Douglas DDS "Rescued by My Dentist.": 27
  2. Berggren G., Brannstrom M., "The Rate of Flow in Dentinal Tubules Due to Capillary Attraction." J Dent Res. 1965; 44: 307-456.
  3. Ten Cate A.R. Oral Histology: Development, Structure and Function. Mosby, St. Louis, Boston, Toronto 1998; Chapters 5,9,10,11 and 18.
  4. Roggenkamp, Clyde L., and John Leonora. "Foreword." Dentinal Fluid Transport: Publications of Drs Ralph Steinman and John Leonora. Loma Linda, CA:  Loma Linda University School of Dentistry, 2004. IX. Print.
  5. Huggins, Hal A., DDS. Why Raise Ugly Kids. Arlington House Publishers, Westport, CT, Copyright 1981, ISBNO-87000-507-3, pages 143-149.
  6. Forbes, R. The Hormone Mess and How to Fix It. 2004:  12.

LOVE AND TRUTH EMBODIES OUR HEALTH OF BODY AND MIND

As my parents age with illnesses, I have come to realize that death is part of the life cycle first hand. There are many perceived family pressures associated with my father’s beliefs and expectations of my mother with Alzheimer’s disease by him saying that this was not part of their retirement plans.

Any disease that happens to us or others, we cannot plan for every health contingency.  However, the key is prevention to live the best quality of life and to keep on learning about ourselves each and every day.

Dr. Bruce Lipton, a cellular biologist at Stanford University, said in his research that the thing that causes illness and disease is stress. And the thing that always causes stress is a wrong belief. Those wrong beliefs are embedded in our cellular memories. Dr. Lipton goes on to say that if you can heal that wrong belief, the stress goes away and the immune system in the body can heal everything even genetic illnesses and disease.

When my mother had her mental facilities, she seemed at odds with practically everyone. I truly believe her belief source came down to that she could not please her own mother. I felt that if she could heal this one belief, she would have had a better life. I still have not given up on taking this challenge on with her even with her state of mind.

You see, when you heal the wrong belief, you also heal the thing that is blocking the success and prosperity in life. I know this first hand. I have been working on so many aspects of fear-based thoughts on both the conscious and unconscious levels so that I can have love and truth for my success goals, which need to be 100 percent under my control. Why? Because stress drains your energy and it dumbs you down and it causes you to come at everything from a negative perspective. How in the world are you going to be successful when you can’t think straight, you don’t have energy and you are coming at everything from a negative perspective? Every negative thing flows from fear.

And the wrong belief, according to Dr. Lipton’s research, causes us to be afraid when we should not be afraid. So what comes from fear? Anger, sadness, depression, manipulation, dishonesty, every crime that is ever committed, as well as, fear of failure and fear of other things. So this category of unhealthy beliefs can absolutely change your life.

Some of the unhealthy beliefs are:  “I’m unlovable. I’m insignificant. I’m flawed. I’m hopeless. I’m worthless. Something bad is going to happen. Something must change right now for me to be okay. People are going to take advantage of me. I am bad. I’m not good enough. I’m unforgivable. People are out to get me. I must be in control. It’s not fair. People must think well of me for me to be okay. I can’t do it. I’m not capable. Others should do it for me.”

Those are the unhealthy beliefs that block us from living the life we want to live. And that, when they are healed, can change our lives forever. I know I have lived with most of the above even while looking successful on my resume and the plaques on the wall. However, my body remembered and expressed its dissatisfaction with my negative beliefs by throwing my immune system upside down with the development of my severe plaque psoriasis. Not only did I look at my nutrition, but I had to look at the how and why I could truly heal my autoimmune condition. My heart knew.

Let’s look at some of the positive transforming beliefs. I am lovable. I am significant. I’m whole. I’m a person of worth regardless of my circumstances or what anybody thinks. I have unbounded hope for the future. Wonderful things are in store for me. My future is not tied to the past. I am free. I am always okay. Even though I’m always learning, growing and getting better, I am satisfied and content right now. I love everyone. Everyone is different, but all have worth and value. I will receive all good things by surrendering to love and truth. I can lay down control. I don’t have to try to be someone I’m not in order to be loved. I will believe and live the truth of who I am. I am capable. I can do it. I don’t have to get others to do it for me. I have a say over my life.

Which of these beliefs would you rather hold? How would you rather live? Well, that is why we want to heal those destructive beliefs, and to infuse the healthy ones. I promise you, if you do that in just this category, you will never, ever be the same.

I know how success looks for me everyday and that includes a healthy mind, body and spirit. What does it look like for you?

LEGAL DISCLAIMER:  The statements herein have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration, and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. We make no curative claims. This information in this blog is being provided to you for educational and informational purposes only with regard to healthy living. It is a self-help tool for your own use, it is not medical advice. Always consult with your doctor when considering dietary, exercise, or prescription changes.

Please contact me if you’d like further information on how I can assist you in resolving your challenges by contacting me in the form below.

 

 

 

HOW POTATOES CAN GIVE YOU CANCER

Even if you don’t smoke, a high-glycemic diet can lead to lung cancer. There was a surprising new study by the MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. It found that people with a high-glycemic diet have a dramatically higher risk of lung cancer even if they did not smoke. (1)

Researchers studied more than 1,900 lung cancer patients and more than 2,400 cancer-free people. The scientists focused on the glycemic index of the subjects’ diets. Starchy foods, such as white bread and potatoes, have high-glycemic indexes. They cause spikes in blood sugar levels. Ever since I and my clients have given up or reduced our white starchy foods, I, and my clients, blood sugar levels returned to normal. Each time that your blood sugar goes above 100-110 (eating or not), it tears up and scars your arteries of not only your cardiovascular system, but  plays havoc in the development of lung cancer.

The people with the highest glycemic diets had a 49% greater risk of developing lung cancer than those with the lowest. (2) Among non-smokers, a high-glycemic diet more than doubled the odds of lung cancer.

Tobacco use is the leading cause of lung cancer. But researchers have long been puzzled by non-smokers getting the disease. This new study helps provide the answer. (3) Besides white bread and potatoes, high-glycemic foods include white rice, bagels, pretzels and corn flakes.

Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death in the U.S. It kills more than 150,000 Americans a year.

REFERENCES on Request.

THE NATURAL SECRET TO GREAT SEX AFTER MENOPAUSE

Over the years, it seems that much more attention has been paid to male sexual health and satisfaction than it has to the female sexual health. Contrary to what the mainstream medical community might want you to believe, that women are interested in having fulfilling sex lives too and even after menopause. But sometimes it just physically isn’t that easy. Atrophic vaginitis can make sex downright unpleasant for many women. This condition is very common and includes symptoms like vaginal dryness, itching or burning, painful sexual intercourse, light bleeding after intercourse, and sometimes incontinence.

You may have all of these symptoms or just a few. But, since the usual treatment for this problem is hormone replacement therapy (HRT), you may decide to “just live with it,” rather than face the risks that have surfaced regarding synthetic hormone replacement.

Keep in mind that you can take hormone replacement safely with all-natural, identical-to-human HRT, but there may even be a simpler solution; an all natural ginseng.

Decades ago, a British researcher found that Panax ginseng can be used effectively to treat atrophic vaginitis. Women with a history of vaginal dryness and painful intercourse were asked to volunteer for biopsies of the vaginal mucosa. When examined microscopically, the biopsy specimens showed typical atrophy, with a thinner skin and little to no mucous production. Physical examination prior to biopsy showed the same changes.

The women were asked to take Panax ginseng for two to three months. Repeat biopsies showed significantly thickened mucosa with more normal surface mucous. Physical examination showed the same types of changes, and women reported disappearance of vaginal dryness and painful intercourse.

I advise 100 milligrams of standardized Panax ginseng extract three times daily. After comfort has returned and symptoms have diminished, you can usually lower your dosage of ginseng to an appropriate maintenance level that works for you.

No one should give up hope, comfort, or great sex after menopause. If any of the symptoms listed above apply to you, Panax ginseng is certainly worth a try. It’s available in almost any natural food store, as well as many pharmacies and supermarkets. Look for the most pure form with as little additives listed in the other section on the bottle.

LEGAL DISCLAIMER:  The statements herein have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration, and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. We make no curative claims. This information in this blog is being provided to you for educational and informational purposes only with regard to healthy living. It is a self-help tool for your own use, it is not medical advice. Always consult with your doctor when considering dietary, exercise, or prescription changes.

Please contact me if you’d like further information on how I can assist you in resolving your challenges by contacting me in the form below.

 

 

CANCER CAUSING ESTROGENS AND HOW TO PROTECT YOURSELF

We now live in the environment of xenoestrogens and the research by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that a shocking 93 percent of Americans over the age of six have BPAs (Bisphenol A) in their bodies. BPAs are only one of at least 800 chemicals that are “capable of interfering with hormone receptors, hormone synthesis or hormone conversion,” according to a recent World Health Organization-United Nations study of the 100,000 or so chemicals used in global commerce and industry. (1)

Today, xenoestrogens (the prefix “xeno” literally means foreign, and xenoestrogens means “foreign estrogens.”) contaminate almost everything you eat, drink and touch. And when they’re ingested, they interact with your body’s estrogen systems in a far more powerful way than natural estrogen. Our food supply is loaded with traces of herbicides, pesticides and petrochemical residues from plastics, all of which contain xenoestrogens.

They are in the coatings of food and drinks cans, water bottles, baby bottles, dental fillings and sealants. They are in your eyeglass lens, DVDs and CDs, electronics and sports equipment. They are in nail polish, makeup, lotions, soaps, deodorants, shampoos, household cleaning products, even cash register receipts and garden hoses. The list goes on.

However, the biggest source for xenoestrogen exposure is plastics, particularly the soft plastics that come into contact with the foods and beverages we consume. You see, when plastics are exposed to heat or sunlight, or even just left to sit for a long time, these chemicals begin to break down and leach into our foods.

A recent U.K. study detected xenoestrogens in the breast tumors of 19 of 20 women tested. (2) In another study, researchers tested 40 breast cancer patients. They found higher xenoestrogen levels in the same area where the breast cancer tumors developed. (3) These are only two out of hundreds of global clinical studies that reveal the devastating impact of xenoestrogens.

I wish that in 2007 I knew of this during the time my spouse was diagnosed with breast cancer and we had the tissue biopsied to see if it had any of the xenoestrogens from chemical sources. Even then and now, doctors are under the belief that estrogen dominance is just a matter of having too much estrogen or too little progesterone. Most mainstream physicians still refuse to acknowledge the dangers of xenoestrogens and the estrogen dominance it creates in the body. In recent years, the recognition of excess estrogen as a cause of severe pre-menopausal and menopausal symptom has led to hundreds of brands of creams containing progesterone, that levels out estrogen levels in the body. However, they rarely work.

First and foremost, most xenoestrogens are fat soluble, so they accumulate for years in your fat cells. That means that these foreign chemicals might not reveal themselves for decades or, even into the next generation, if there was high exposure during the pregnancy. The breasts are especially vulnerable, because breasts are mostly fat.

Some of these different xenoestrogens act together to magnify estrogenic properties. Your hormones are chemical messengers. They travel in your bloodstream and send signals that instruct the cells at various target sites to carry out key biological tasks. They do not act alone though. All of the female sex hormones, estrogen, progesterone, testosterone and DHEA interact with each other. How much or how little of these hormones is made at any one time relies on a complicated feedback system between your brain, your adrenal glands and your ovaries.

Our hormones are dynamic. And when xenoestrogens bind to the estrogen receptors around your body, they interfere with the natural communication process and they unbalance the entire endocrine system.

Estrogen’s target sites include the breasts, uterus, and other parts of the reproductive system. That’s why cancers develop in these target areas when xenoestrogens disrupt your natural hormone balance. I am not a big fan of mammograms due to the dangers of pressing so hard on the breasts that if there are “cancer cells” that are forming in the duct and that extreme pressure can open up the pathways for the cancer to possibly grow. These xenoestrogens mimic the estrogen chemically and will find its way to the estrogen receptors in the breasts.

Because xenoestrogens are structurily similar to estrogen, they trick the body into thinking they are real hormones. But those BPAs, phthalates, parabens and others overload the estrogen receptors and essentially destroy them. Research published last year at the Morgridge Institute for Research at the University of Wisconsin-Madison revealed that “gynocological cancers” are often triggered when your body’s estrogen receptors get overwhelmed.(4) Cervical cancers for example, virtually start from the human papillomarvirus (HPV) infection. Morgridge Institute researchers revealed the condition switches gears from precancerous to cancerous when the estrogen receptors deplete to “the point of being undetectable.” (5)

What happens when all that excess estrogen has flooded to the target site and nothing to attach to because the receptors have been destroyed, then that’s when estrogen begins fueling the division of precancerous cells and turns them cancerous. Other studies reveal the similar impact of overwhelmed estrogen receptors on breast cancer, ovarian, uterine and endometrial cancer. (6,7,8,9)

These high levels of xenoestrogens begin to produce a flood of destructive free radicals. This causes the DNA to “misfire”  and produce other cellular defects that help cancer thrive. At the same time, high estrogen levels decrease the level of one of your body’s master antioxidants, glutathione. This raises oxidative stress in your cells and can often be another early step in the formation of cancer cells.

In other words, xenoestrogens not only overwhelm and deplete your estrogen receptors, they raise the levels of cancer-causing free radicals and wipe out your body’s best defense against them. Also, these abnormal estrogens also slow down your thyroid function. Multiple studies have linked thyroid dysfunction to breast cancer and numerous gynecological cancers. (10) We are all suffering from estrogen dominance. You might have sinus problems, headaches, dry eyes, asthma or cold hands and feet, and not know to attribute them to your exposure to xenoestrogens.

If you ask mainstream doctors how to get rid of xenoestrogens in the body, you will most likely see a bemused face at best. Even with all the multiple studies, most doctors will answer similarly to the companies that manufacture xenoestrogens and will say that the quantities are so small and they are harmless. And, besides, we have kidneys and a liver to detoxify the body.

What most people don’t know is that the liver and kidneys were designed to filter organic toxins (the waste the body made naturally, back when we lived in a xenoestrogenic environment). Lowering excess estrogen can look like this:

Avoid products that contain xenoestrogens as best you can;

Keep food and drinks away from plastics whenever possible;

Stop buying foods and beverages packaged in plastic;

Replace plastic dishes and Tupperware with glass and ceramic;

Never put plastic dishes in a dishwasher. Not only will the plastic contaminate the next food it comes into contact with, the other dishes will be coated in a film of xenoestrogens.

There are plenty other tricks that I have that you may want to add to your supplement roster that will chelate with these xenoestrogens to help your body to detox the years of gunk that has built up in our fat cells. To expedite some of this process on the microcirculation level, I can have a conversation with you about the BEMER Technology related to expediting the nutrients to those areas of your body that need it the most.

LEGAL DISCLAIMER:  The statements herein have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration, and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. We make no curative claims. This information in this blog is being provided to you for educational and informational purposes only with regard to healthy living. It is a self-help tool for your own use, it is not medical advice. Always consult with your doctor when considering dietary, exercise, or prescription changes.

Please contact me if you’d like further information on how I can assist you in resolving your challenges by contacting me in the form below.

 

REFERENCES:

(1) World Health Organization, United Nations Environment Program. “State of the science of endocrine disrupting chemicals.” Published 2013.

(2) Darbre PD, et al. “Concentrations of parabens in human breast tumors.” J Appl Toxicol, 2012;32(3), 219-232.

(3) Barr, L, Metaxas, G, et al. “Measurement of paraben concentrations in human breast tissue at serial locations across the breast from axilla to sternum.” J Appl Toxicol, 2012;32(3), 219-232.

(4) den Boon J, Pyeon D, et al. “Molecular transitions from papillomavirus infection to cervical precancer and cancer: Role of stromal estrogen receptor signaling.” Proc Natl Acad Sci. 2015 Jun 23.

(5) Ibid.

(6) Shaaban AM, O’Neill PA, et al. “Declining estrogen receptor-beta expression defines malignant progression of human breast neoplasia.” Am J Surg Pathol. 2003 Dec; 27(12):1502-12.

(7)Bardin A, Nathalie Boulle N, et al. Loss of ERβ expression as a common step in estrogen-dependent tumor progression. Endocr Relat Cancer. 2004 Sep; 11(3): 537-551.

(8) Shah, YY. “Regulation of estrogen receptor signaling in breast and endometrial cancer by the src kinase pathway, the micronutrient selenium and by novel tamoxifen-regulated biomarkers.” (2005). Theses and Dissertations. Paper 1459.

(9) Berger C, Y. Qian Y, et al. “The p53-Estrogen Receptor Loop in Cancer.” Curr Mol Med. 2013 Sep.

(10) Brinton LA, Sakoda LC, et al. “Relationships of Uterine and Ovarian Tumors to Pre-existing Cronic Conditions.” Gynecol Oncol. 2007 Dec; 107(3): 487-494.

 

 

Links of Infections and Stomach Disease

In 1984, Dr. B.J. Marshall made a revolutionary medical discovery when he uncovered the connection between ulcer disease and the germ known as Helicobacter pylori (H. Pylori). Prior to his study, the medical world had accepted the notion that ulcers were caused by stress, which was known to increase levels of stomach acid.

But now we know that this organism is also responsible for chronic gastritis, as well as several forms of stomach cancer. In fact, infections involving this germ cause a loss of stomach acid and an eventual shrinking of the stomach lining (gastric atrophy). This in turn caused the cells lining the stomach to begin their transformation into pre-cancerous cells (metaplasia). Of course, curing the H. pylori infection often leads to the return of stomach acidity. The germ also depletes the stomach’s level of vitamin C, which is critical for iron absorption and protection against stomach cancer.

In fact, H. pylori infection boosts your risk of getting stomach cancer by 600%. Smoking, alcohol abuse, a poor diet (devoid of fruits and vegetables) and low vitamin C intake all dramatically elevate this risk.

What else needs to be considered is the finding that bacterial overgrowth in the stomach (the result of a reduction in stomach acid) also amplifies the cancer risk posed by nitrites and nitrates in processed foods.  Hot dogs, other package meats (such as bologna, ham, turkey, sausage, etc.) and some canned foods are packed with these additives.

One recent study within the last ten years found that those who regularly consumed nitrite-filled foods were 62 times more likely to develop pancreatic cancer.

As I mentioned in my latest blog, STOMACH HEALTH: STOPPING ACID REFLUX, PREVENT CANCER AND IMPROVE YOUR LIFE, there is a dramatic increase in digestive disorders, especially acid reflux which is a condition in which acid rises out of the stomach and into the esophagus. As we age, the occurrence of digestive disorders increases dramatically. To a large degree, this is the result of inadequate nutrition, excessively bad diets and exposure to a number of harmful food additives and toxins.

Also, the complications increase when the bacteria called H. pylori exists in the stomach, which researchers believe to be responsible for the majority of peptic ulcers, and even curing the infection that person of the organism also resolves the dilemma of acid depletion if the action is taken early enough.

You can achieve both goals by employing a combination of antibiotics (I found I was allergic to certain strains of antibiotics), bismuth preparations (this mineral has proven effective in combating stomach ills) and certain nutrients. However, the danger is that this treatment also kills the good bacteria in the colon and that can cause a number of problems too.

Several studies have documented that certain flavenoids and vitamin C can inhibit the growth of H. pylori. The most potent were:

-Epigallocatechin gallate ( a component of green tea extract and white tea)

-Luteolin (celery and artichoke extract)

-Quercitin and

-Curcumin

Green tea is very high in fluoride, so I would instead recommend white tea, (like I drink because I had fluoride levels measured from a urine test which is not a common test authorized by the traditional medical system) which has much less fluoride. Plus the white variety actually has higher levels of the beneficial flavonoid than green tea.

The H. pylori germ secretes a toxin that causes most digestive problems and even ulcers. Researchers were excited to discover that quercetin and curcumin block this harmful toxin. These two powerful flavonoids also promote healing of the stomach lining and aid in preventing the formation of cancer. Meanwhile, studies show that curcumin and hesperidin boost the amount of protective mucus in the stomach, which safeguards the stomach lining from the acid. These supplements are available from natural health stores and suppliers.

Even several studies found that both quercitin and green tea extract (EGCG) enhanced the effects of antibiotics used to kill H. pylori. This would allow you to use smaller doses of antibiotics and get the same results than you would would with higher, more dangerous dosages. Incidentally, researchers also found that these two flavonoids were effective in fighting antibiotic-resistant strains of H. pylori.

Another useful supplement was licorice extract. The journal Life Sciences reported on a finding that licorice extract both inhibited the growth of the H. pylori and promoted healing of the stomach lining at the same time. Because pure licorice extract can cause high blood pressure, you should use only the deglycyrrhizinated form of licorice (DGL). DGL has proved to be effective against those strains of bacteria that are resistant to commonly used antibiotics.

One way to combine all of these flavonoids for maximum efficiency is to dissolve 250 mg of quercitin, 250 mg of hesperidin and 250 mg of curcumin in one tablespoon of either extra-virgin olive oil or omega-3 oil. All of these are fat soluble, which enhances absorption and penetration into the stomach lining. Also, add 1/4 teaspoon of pure liquid vitamin E to the oil. Mix well and swallow.

This mixture will expedite the destruction of H. pylori and simultaneously promote healing of ulcers and gastritis. It can also prevent cancer development.

If you have ulcers, you can also take two DGL capsules three times a day between meals, plus two capsules at bedtime. This regimen has been shown to be just as effective as taking prescription medications. Bolster this treatment by drinking a mixture of white tea and rosemary tea at least twice a day.

Healing our gut will heal our immune system against the barrage of toxins all around us. All of us need to do our part to find out as much about what keeps us healthy because we are all different. Please tell me what is working in your life and give me suggestions of what you would like to know about in future blogs.

LEGAL DISCLAIMER:  The statements herein have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration, and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. We make no curative claims. This information in this blog is being provided to you for educational and informational purposes only with regard to healthy living. It is a self-help tool for your own use, it is not medical advice. Always consult with your doctor when considering dietary, exercise, or prescription changes.

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STOMACH HEALTH: STOPPING ACID REFLUX, PREVENT CANCER AND IMPROVE YOUR LIFE

 


Today, the most common sold over the counter medications are those used to treat gastrointestinal (GI) disorders, including indigestion, bloating, heartburn, diarrhea and constipation, and even excessive flatulence. Billions of dollars are spent on these remedies, which often only temporary relief or none at all.

There is a dramatic increase in digestive disorders, especially acid reflux (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease, or GERD), which is a condition in which acid rises out of the stomach and into the esophagus. Before I knew more information of how to rid oneself of acid reflux, I began a downward spiral and took drugs like Omnaprasole and Nexium for too long which drained my energy. Acid reflux can bring on heartburn, damage to the lower esophagus, difficulty swallowing, unexplained coughing, the feeling of having a lump in the throat and even cancer of the esophagus.

As we age, the occurrence of digestive disorders increases dramatically. Yet, like so many chronic diseases, digestive maladies are now affecting younger people in larger numbers and even preteens. To a large degree, this is the result of inadequate nutrition, excessively bad diets and exposure to a number of harmful food additives and toxins.

The gastrointestinal tract extends from the mouth down through 15 feet of hollow tubing to the anus. Most think of the GI tract as something that allows us to eat. But this tract is the vital passageway and plays a major role in many aspects of human health. It is the largest component of the immune system.

Buried within its walls is an extensive system of immune cells, lymphatics, and lymph nodes. It is important to appreciate that the interior of the gut connects directly with the outside world, which means that it exposed to all of the germs, pollutants and toxins in the environment. Along with the skin, the GI tract serves as a first line of defense for the human body.

It is one of the more complicated systems in the body and has, in fact, been referred to as the second brain. This is because it contains an extensive network of nerves, neurotransmitters and nerve receptors that allow it to operate largely independent of the brain. This does not mean that the brain ignores the GI tract. In fact, the brain modulates many of the “gut brain’s” activities.

Now let’s see one of the most important yet often overlooked aspects of digestion–chewing our food. As a small girl, my mother used to tell me to chew my food before I swallowed it and to eat slowly. Then as I got older, it became harder because of being so hurried for time. A good example, was when I attended the Air Force Academy, and we were given an allotted time to eat and chew our food. An enormous amount of food with little nutrition value until the last couple years where I chose to eat at the “salad tables” or the “girl cadet tables.” Heaven forbid that you see any of the guys at our salad tables.

Most assume that the stomach is solely responsible for breaking down food and digesting it. In fact, the stomach can do its job only if the food has been well chewed first. Often, when I see people eating a salad, I watch them give the lettuce a couple of weak chomps before they swallow. Remember that vegetables, especially in their raw form, are very difficult to digest if they are not mechanically broken down first. This is because plant cells are coated with an indigestible layer called a cellulose cell wall.

If this protective sheath is not broken, especially with raw vegetables, the rich nutrients inside will merely pass through the GI tract unabsorbed. And that nullifies the effects of eating a lot of fruits and vegetables, because they will do little to improve your health.

To get the maximum nutritional value from your foods, even meats, you should chew them until they are finely dissolved where they are almost a liquid mush. This greatly assists digestion in the rest of the GI tract and helps prevent acid reflux. It also aids in reducing the volume in the stomach, which is vital to stopping acid reflux. Again, the “gut brain” is playing a role.

As we chew our food, it is mixing with our saliva. While saliva does contain a digestive enzyme called amylase, it actually plays only a minor role in digestion. Saliva’s main function is to moisten the food so that it can slide down the esophagus more easily. By eating more slowly and chewing our food more thoroughly, we stimulate more saliva secretion and give it time to mix well with the food.

As we age, we often produce less saliva. In addition, many medical conditions and medications can cause dry mouth, interfering with proper breakdown of foods. In this event, drinking water with the meal becomes critically important. My advice is to drink a glass of water about ten minutes before eating for a fullness effect and to lubricate the esophagus before the food is introduced. Also, while eating you can sip water to help break the food down into smaller parts, improving digestion and absorption.

The essential fatty acid gamma-linolenic acid (GLA) can increase the amount of moisture in the mouth. The dose is 1,000 mg a day. In fact, when taken orally it greatly amplifies moisture in the eyes, mouth and vagina, while keeping the skin from drying out.

You can beat acid reflux largely by eating slowly and chewing your food until it is almost mush. This practice aids digestion and prevents stomach distention. Overeating is harmful because it over-distends the stomach, resulting in increased pressure and reflux of food and acid into the esophagus.

If you take acid-reducing medications, like Tums, Maalox or Rolaids makes matters worse, since the calcium in these products actually stimulates acid release. There is a rebound effect when too much buffer enters the stomach, and the result is an outpouring of stomach acid. Some of these antacids also contain dangerous aluminum.

Another contributor to the problem and for the possible increase in GERD is the frequent consumption of carbonated drinks. The carbonation increases the pressure within the stomach, forcing acid into the lower esophagus. How about swishing down a soda with those fries and hamburgers?

Also, complicating digestion problems is the bacteria called H. pylori, which researchers believe to be responsible for the majority of peptic ulcers. Several studies have shown that even after you cure this bacterial infection, GERD risk actually increases. This may be due to the fact that while H. pylori lowers levels of stomach acid, once cured the levels return to normal and GERD occurs only when stomach acid is normal or high. Also, H. pylori reduces stores of Vitamin C in the stomach, lessening protection against free radicals in the stomach lining.

One more problem is inflammation in the lower part of the stomach (pyloric gastritis), which slows the emptying of its contents, causing acid to back up into the esophagus. Curcumin and hesperidin bolster mucus production in the lining of both the esophagus and stomach, providing protection against this acid reflux.

A significant amount of research has shown that low stomach acidity, as commonly seen with acid lowering drugs, dramatically increases the bacterial growth in the small intestine. As we age, our ability to generate sufficient hydrochloric acid can decline significantly in the stomach. The stomach is a minor player in the digestive process. It has two main functions:  Killing dangerous organisms in the food we eat AND Mixing, grinding, and preparing that food mixture for digestion and absorption in the small intestine.

Most treatments to improve digestion have been incorrectly designed to lower stomach acid levels. But this reduction can interfere with the absorption of several nutrients and has been linked to a number of medical conditions, including cancer of the stomach. The lack of stomach acid interferes with vitamin B12 and iron absorption as well. Gastroenterologists are especially concerned about B12 deficiency in the elderly and particularly those who use acid-lowering medications such as Prilosec, Pepsid AC and Zantac. Research also suggests that virtually all people with Alzheimer’s disease are vitamin B12 deficient, and a shortage of this vital substance increases the risk of cancer in a number of organs. Be careful of using certain B12 supplements, because you might not be absorbing them very well due to deterioration of your digestive system from years of abuse with the Standard American Diet (SAD).

In my next blog “The Link of Infections and Stomach Disease.”

Please contact me if you’d like to learn more about what you can do to ward off many disorders or diseases, especially autoimmunity and heart disease and even cancer with reducing your inflammation burden in your life.

SPECIAL TESTING FOR WOMEN

Breast cancer prevention has gone from science and good medicine to a powerful business. I know that I as a spouse of a breast cancer survivor, this may be a bit of a controversial blog for those who have had their cancer caught in the early stages of the disease. I don't doubt that it has given those women a higher chance of survival. However, please read on.

High profits are driving the propaganda for mammograms. Capitalism is also driving innovation, something socialized medicine would never consider. Newer methods, such as digital mammography, have significantly lowered radiation doses and the need for extreme compression of the breast.

Recent studies have shown that yearly mammography increases the risk of breast cancer by 1 to 3% per year, depending on the study. This is significant, since the effect is additive as mentioned earlier. Even at 1% per year, in 10 years that is a 10% increased risk. For women with a high genetic risk of breast cancer and those with known impaired DNA repair disorders, the risk is even greater.

Safer alternatives include thermography, ultrasounds, careful self-examinations and MRI scan of the breast. MRI scanning has been shown to provide significantly better examinations of the breast without the use of radiation. For example, as a pilot for over 35 years, and others that travel many miles on aircraft for long hours during the year, have at least five times the radiation being so high in the atmosphere, and I have had my aversion to subject myself to additional radiation from routine mammograms. MRI scanning is especially useful for women with dense breast tissue, such as pre-menopausal women and those with significant fibrocystic disease. And no "smashed" breast is required for a proper mammogram!

The problem is that most insurance will not pay for MRI breast scans as a routine screening procedure. They will pay if the conventional mammogram suggests a need.

If you can do the less conventional testing as mentioned above, you'll subject yourself to less radiation exposure and to have a better chance of not getting your breasts "smashed" and rupturing naturally growing  cancer cells in the ducts (as our immune system will locate them if your body is working properly) from the conventional routine breast mammograms. Please ask for unconventional testing from your health care provider for less risk of increasing your breast cancer risks.

What I also find  fascinating is that there is no routine testing in pre-menopausal women for hormone replacement.  For the post-menopausal woman considering hormone replacement, it is essential. Unfortunately, most doctors, even gynecologists, never test these women; they just write a standard prescription and hope for the best.

Most of the hormones used contain estradiol, the most powerful of the estrogens, as the primary hormone. It is also the one most connected with breast cancer. Estriol is much weaker and may even protect against breast cancer.

Before taking a supplement, I would suggest a comprehensive female hormone test ( I can order that for you) that measures all three of the female hormones, testosterone, DHEA, sex hormone binding globulin (SHBG) and the sex hormone metabolic products. Once the test results come back, nutritional supplementation and going towards a more naturally minded practitioner to better design and adjust your hormone replacement from a compounding pharmacy.

Of special importance are the sex hormone metabolic products. These include 2-hydroxyestrone and 16-alpha-hydroxyestrone. The latter of these is associated with a significantly higher risk of breast cancer (and other cancers). This test measures the ratio of 2-hydroxyestrone to 16-alpha-hydroxyestrone. High ratios are protective against breast cancer and vice versa.

For bone density tests for women, there are better tests that do not involve special x-ray machines. In fact, better measurements can be obtained from blood tests. One of the best involves measurements of pyridinium cross-links and deoxypridinoline (DPD).

Pyridinium is a substance found in both bone and cartilage and deoxypyridinoline is found predominately in bone. High levels of DPD indicate osteoporosis when other bone disorders are not present.

Pyridinium is elevated in a number of conditions including osteoporosis, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis and chronic alcohol abuse. These tests are very valuable in following responses to treatments.

Also, there is a new study that provides strong evidence that the same virus responsible for cervical cancer and some neck cancers causes breast cancer. Scientists in this study found human papillomavirus  (HPV) in 25 of 29 samples of breast cancer tumors using a very sophisticated technique. Infections by the virus are also increased by smoking, family history and female hormones as are seen in breast cancer. Likewise, high levels of 16-alpha-hydroxyestrone are also associated with an increased incidence of HPV infection, just as with breast cancer. Another reason to have yourself tested.

Useful information with alternative testing may cost you some money, but it is well worth knowing that they might save your life. I offer nutritional programs, detoxing and sending hair tissue to a reputable laboratory and hormone testing to rectify your body's need for the right minerals and foods so that your body can prevent future disease.

FATS: FRIEND AND FOE

Fats have been shown to play a major role in the evolution of cancer. Some fats prevent it, while others promote its development and aid its ability to spread. These are called “good fats” and “bad fats.”

Among the bad fats are the omega-6 fats, which include corn, safflower, sunflower, peanut, soybean and canola oils. A number of experiments have shown that these oils work as an activator for cancer, making it grow and spread like wildfire. How this happens is through a number of mechanisms in which one of them is increasing the COX-2 enzyme. These are called pro-inflammatory fats. So if you consume fried foods at restaurants or even order sautéed vegetables and the like, it usually in some sort of omega-6 fatty acid.

The good fats include the omega-3 oils and other oils that are converted into EPA and DHA, such as alpha-linolenic acid (ALA). The omega-3 oils come from algae, which explains how fish obtain them. This is why farm-raised fish are devoid of omega-3 oils, which are composed of two nutrients – EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid).

Of the two, DHA has the more powerful anti-cancer effect and is especially efficient in preventing cancer of the colon, prostate and breasts. Pure DHA is derived from algae. DHA inhibits cancer using a number of mechanisms-principally inflammation reduction. There are a number of companies that sell DHA, but www.carlsonlabs.com sells both high-dose DHA (700 mg) and one of the purest fish oils, a Norwegian variety (500 mg) of DHA. All oils should be refrigerated.

Flaxseed oil is also one of the good oils. It is composed of alpha-linolenic acid, which the body converts into EPA and DHA. Not all people can efficiently convert the oil like infants, small children and the chronically ill are among those who have problems. And the oils easily becomes rancid.

The Essential and Metabolic Fatty Acid Profile, will indicate whether or not you are converting the oil. This test includes measures of trans fatty acids, saturated fats and the balance between omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids. This latter measurement is especially critical. A large number of studies have shown that the balance between these two classes of fats plays a major role in our risk of developing major diseases, such as strokes, heart attacks, cancer, autoimmune diseases, diabetes and neuro-degenerative diseases (Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and Lou Gehrig’s).

In my own situation and my clients were completely unaware of their extreme abnormalities in this balance of essential fats. A significant number of studies have shown that the typical American diet provides very little omega-3 fats. The normal ratio should be 3:1 omega-6 to omega-3 fats. Most people have a 20:1 to 45:1 ratio.

A balance of these fats can save you a lifetime of misery. They make up all of the cells in your body and do much more. They play a critical role in endocrine function, brain maintenance, cell function, immune regulation and controlling inflammation. Once I got my body in sync, I saw the effects of reduced inflammation and reduced psoriasis plaques on my body.

Even though these tests may be expensive, you will not need to get them but twice in your life; 21 and then after 45 years old. A number of their tests are covered by Medicare and conventional insurance plans. The laboratories doing Special Testing include Great Smokies Diagnostic Laboratories (www.gsdl.com) or  800-522-4762, Great Plains Laboratories (888-347-2781) or MetaMatrix Diagnostic Laboratory (www.metamatrix.com) or 800-221-4640.

PREPARING FOR SURGERY AND RECOVERY



Surgical patients face special problems that non-surgical patients don’t generally have to be concerned about. They will be under a lot more stress, run a higher risk of infection and must deal with a lot more pain. Many of the drugs used to control pain suppress the immune system.

In fact, studies have shown that suppression can last for weeks, and possibly months (as happened to my mother last year),  after discharge from the hospital. Most of these problems are dramatically reduced by good nutritional practices, especially if they are begun before entering the hospital. I know that most of the pilot population living in their own world of “controlling” their environment that they may be “fearful” of any health problem and do not take the best care of themselves, especially with the toxicity of our environment of radiation, smelling jet fuel, drinking water from all locales, eating preservative laden food and flying and sleeping in fire-retardant seats and beds. We do sit a lot and that is a danger in and of itself.

Many studies have shown that surgery-related immune suppression is completely reversed by nutritional supplementation. In my case, without worry of surgery, I make sure I consistently detoxify myself by the choices I make daily so that if I have to go under the knife, I will have the done my best to alleviate the effects of the drugs and the procedure.

Wound healing is another major problem, made worse as we age. Recent studies have shown that malnutrition before surgery resulted in a 25 percent increase in surgical wounds that failed to heal. It has been known for over three decades that several nutrients play a major role in wound healing. These are vitamin C, zinc and protein.

Numerous studies have shown that the elderly and chronically ill are severely lacking in all of these nutrients. In addition, they have been found to be deficient in vitamins B-6 and B-12, folic acid and riboflavin, all of which play a role in wound healing.

Supplementing with vitamin C and zinc has consistently proven to greatly increase the strength of the surgical wound, meaning it is less likely to pull open and will heal better. In addition, these nutrients dramatically reduce the risk of wound infection and speed healing, as well.

Since I have been measuring my mineral levels in my hair tissue mineral analysis and doing saliva and urine tests, I have raised my levels of zinc with the other minerals which has been assisting the healing of my serious psoriasis plaques to a remission status. My joint and muscle pains are non-existent, which usually develop with tissue autoimmune disorders.

In conjunction with the use of my BEMER technology, www.coachdebra.bemergroup.com, it has enhanced my nutritional absorption of my supplementation and general enhanced blood flow with the collagen light frequency attachment.

A tainted surgical wound extends beyond the wound itself. The infection can enter the bloodstream and become deadly, leading to pneumonia or any number of other diseases that can kill. An infection dramatically intensifies the body’s loss of nutrients and the need to reclaim them. Doctors cannot seem to grasp that the paste mashed potatoes and plastic peas served in hospitals just don’t provide the level of nutrition that such patients require.

Curcumin, the flavonoid extracted from the spice turmeric, has been shown to dramatically accelerate the healing of wounds, even in diabetics. It is also one of the most powerful anti-cancer flavonoids, especially for colon cancer. I even bring turmeric with me on my trips and add pepper for better absorption and a great curcumin supplement.

Modern hospitals, reacting to criticism of their nutritionally inadequate meals, have turned to ready-made canned sustenance like Ensure, Isomil and Sustical. But these products are high in sugar and contain immune-suppressing oils. Fortunately, more are using coconut oil, which is high in medium-chained fats that are burned as energy, stimulate immunity and are generally healthy. Overall, though, these canned drinks are not healthy (possibly lined with BPA plastic or Aluminum cans) and supply only marginal nutrition.

If you are facing scheduled surgery, prepare by boosting your intake of proteins such as meats (organic chicken, turkey and grass-fed beef) or beans prepared correctly, for those who have a sensitive stomach. In addition, eat at least four to five servings of high-density fruits and vegetables, like broccoli, Brussel sprouts, kale, greens (mustard and turnip), celery, squash, blueberries, cranberries, blackberries, etc.

Avoid store-bought orange juice since it often has high fluoride levels and a lot of sugar. Remember, sugar impairs immunity and increases free radical production.

Proteins are composed of 23 amino acids. Three of these play a special role in wound healing: leucine, isoleucine and valine and called branched-chain amino acids. They are especially effective in hard-to-heal wounds, as seen in people with liver disease and diabetes, and they are available as a supplement. Beware, though, in most people, these amino acids can cause profound hypoglycemia (low blood sugar). They should only be taken with meals. And note that commercial brands used intravenously in hospitals have been shown to contain toxic levels of aluminum.

It is also important to realize that many medications severely deplete certain nutrients. For example, many of the oral diabetic and blood pressure medications, birth control pills, steroids (which I was on for almost six months), statins (for lowering cholesterol), and heart drugs exhaust magnesium, CoQ10, thiamine, riboflavin, and other nutrients. This is in addition to the nutrient depletion caused by the stress of your disease or surgery.

Finally, you must be cautious of supplements that act as anticoagulants, that is, thin the blood. Garlic extract, ginkgo biloba and ginseng can have this effect. You should stop taking them at least two weeks before surgery.

I know there is a lot to think about before surgery and the recovery process. That is why it is very important that figuring out what you are lacking in your diet and supplementation takes due diligence to make it happen. Our diets are insufficient so there is a need to find out what your body needs. Nutrition also includes thinking about your stress-related daily activities which may suppress your body’s absorption of food nutrients and  increasing your sleep to rejuvenate your organs to rebuild  itself for living a quality life with as much energy  no matter your age.

 

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