Could your health problems be caused by neurotoxins?

Neurotoxins are tiny compounds that can come from exposure to pathogens like bacteria and fungi; in these cases, they are known as biotoxins. Neurotoxins can also be free radicals. They create problems in the body that can lead to disease and premature death.

Free radicals are tiny harmful particles that can result from exposure to chemicals and heavy metals like lead, cadmium, and mercury. It is also believed that some free radicals may be produced in excess internally by the body when certain body systems fail, such as free radicals produced by chronic inflammation. In chronic fatigue syndrome, poor mitochondrial function and chronic inflammation are two processes that are thought to increase free radical stress in the body. The key point to understand is that these internally or externally produced toxins are:

* Liposoluble, so they do not rinse with water
* They dissolve in fats and move through the adipose tissue of the body
* They have a highly disruptive toxic impact on the cells of the body.

The body is made up of about 50 trillion cells. Every cell membrane in your body is made of fats. Therefore, neurotoxins can wreak havoc on the body by:

* Cause a lipid disorder that disrupts cell membrane function in terms of what moves in and out of cells, effectively preventing them from breathing properly.
* By attacking enzymatic reactions that interrupt energy production in cells.
* Stimulate certain enzymes that cause cell membranes to uncouple
* Disruption of DNA function resulting in part in increased inflammation in the body. Inflammation is where the immune system is in a highly active state and can do more harm than good to the body when it becomes chronic. Disease states now associated with neurotoxins include CFS/ME, fibromyalgia, Lyme disease, sick building syndrome, and other diseases such as multiple sclerosis. , Parkinson and Autism.

Symptoms of neurotoxicity include:

* Profound and persistent fatigue Weakness Chronic muscle pain
* Cramps Impaired memory Impaired cognitive function
* Disorientation Confusion Sinus congestion
* Difficulty breathing Red eyes Headaches
* Blurred vision Tingling Abdominal pain
* Diarrhea
* Vertigo
* numbness
* Light swollen and painful joints
* Touch sensitive anxiety

What are Neurotoxins?

To understand how to treat neurotoxins, it is important to understand where they go in the body. Fat-soluble neurotoxins move through the cells of the body from the gastrointestinal tract to the sinuses, lungs, eyes, muscles, joints, nerves, then finally enter the liver, then pumped into the gallbladder gallbladder, then return from the gallbladder to the lower intestine as bile. Once the neurotoxins bind with the bile, they are reabsorbed through the intestines poisoning the body over and over again. For this reason, making sure that the toxins in the bile are actually eliminated through the colon in the fecal matter is very important to cleansing and clearing the body.

The key to treatment is to prevent neurotoxins from re-entering the body from the bile by cleansing the biliary tree (liver, gallbladder duct) to remove neurotoxins from body fats, control any immune dysregulation, and prevent increased enzymes that cause uncoupling of the cell membrane. This is done by flushing fat or exchanging fats from the cell membrane using supplemental phosphatidylcholine.

Interestingly, fasting or low-fat diets, high-carbohydrate diets, and exposure to pathogens can cause bile stasis, which promotes and increases reabsorption of neurotoxins. High carbohydrate diets also trigger cell membrane uncoupling because insulin increases these uncoupling enzymes.

Lifestyle Instructions:

* Avoid exposure to all external sources of neurotoxins (for example, black fungus in diseased buildings)
* Avoid consuming large-bodied predatory fish that may be contaminated with neurotoxins or heavy metals, such as amberjack or other jack species, grouper, swordfish, tuna, shark, barracuda, mahi mahi, red snapper, sea bass, sea bass, tilefish, oysters , pike, marlin, walleye, king mackerel, and halibut
* Avoid exposure to chemicals, pesticides, solvents at home or in the workplace i.e. go organic and switch to household cleaning products
* Check the water supply and consider a water filter
* Avoid fluoride toothpaste
* Avoid supplements that include spirulina, blue-green algae, green drink mixes, chlorella other than those grown in glass tubes.
*Removed processed oils, hydrogenated fats, margarine, canola oil, peanut oil or peanut butter, commercial mayonnaise or salad dressing with trans fats

Avoid the following foods:

* Cereals (wheat, rice, barley, millet, rye, oats, corn)
* Pasta, bread, crackers, cookies, muffins, cereal
* Starchy vegetables such as potatoes and parsnips. Sweet potato, carrot, beetroot and radish are fine
* fruit juice
* Caffeine

Allowed foods:

* Protein in each meal, organic meat, poultry eggs, fish
* Raw organic nuts and seeds
* Organic butter, cream, homemade kefir, with lactic acid bacteria
* Oils: cold-pressed only (not heated), including sunflower and safflower oil, grapeseed oil mayonnaise, walnut, and rice bran oil
* High temperature cooking oils include butter oil (organic), palm oil, coconut oil/butter
* Homemade salad dressings
* Limited new and sweet potatoes, beets, carrots, radishes – always eat with protein and veggies/greens
*Limited beans and vegetables: always eat with protein and vegetables/greens
* Three pieces of fruit daily
* Vegetables

Green leafy vegetables and salads every day

* Fresh herbs/spices
* vegetable juices

It is very important to have up to 2 liters of pure and fresh water a day.

Frequent questions:

It is safe?

Yes! This diet is not that different from the Paleolithic or Stone Age diet – the kind of diet that man ate all the time before the age of agriculture, and many chronic diseases did not appear until the advent of agriculture! !

How long do I have to stay in this plan?

Keep it up until your SVC test is clear and symptoms have eased. This is usually after a minimum of 3 months.

Worried about losing too much weight?

Talk to your doctor, but if weight loss is a concern, put a little more emphasis on beans and greens and some of the starchy vegetables. There are other hormonal and digestive factors that you should discuss with your doctor.

Am I worried about gaining weight?
Very unlikely to happen. It’s insulin, which is a fat storage hormone, and you’re going on an insulin vacation. Talk to your doctor if you’re still concerned.

I have gallstones, can I do this diet and cleanse?

The answer is no, you need to have these gallstones removed professionally. Starting this diet and cleanse could move a stone and clog it further, which is potentially dangerous and very painful.

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