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11 January 2020

Naturally improve digestive system!
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Many health issues can be traced back to the digestive system, and can be caused by abuse of antibiotics, stress, over consumption of alcohol, infections, etc. most people aren’t even aware that their digestive system isn’t functioning well. If you’re suffering from heartburn, constipation, diarrhea, bloating, belching, unexplained lethargy or even odd cravings, you may also have digestive problems. There are many other symptoms, but what you need to know is that your digestive system is not functioning well. This can lead to the inability to absorb nutrients that the body needs for its everyday functions.

Better Bowels
1. Avoid foods that irritate your stomach
Some people are allergic or intolerant to certain types of food, such as dairy, gluten, corn, soy, nuts, eggs, etc. Paying attention to your overall feeling after you eat these kinds of foods will help you in the future. If you feel bloated, unable to concentrate, skin issues or any other symptom that appears after eating, consider avoiding that type of food. Test your body and avoid one type of food each week to see which ones are the not agreeing with you.
2. Eat more fat, but not too much
The general consensus is to eat less fat, especially when constipated and get more fiber in your diet. A digestive system that is not working well will have difficulties in processing these fibers, leading to further issues due to the undigested fibers in your body. Fat actually helps in releasing these undigested fibers, so if you’re suffering from constipation, you need fat. Remember – get your fat from a healthy source, such as coconut oil, fish oil, olive oil, or flaxseed oil, and avoid unhealthy fat from soy, sunflower seeds or margarine.
3. Consume more fermented and probiotic foods
Beneficial bacteria perform much of the digestive processes in your bowels. If the delicate balance of their ecosystem is disturbed, they may decline in numbers, leading to digestion difficulties. To strengthen your digestive bacteria, add probiotic foods to your diet, such as yogurt, peas, dark chocolate, pickled cucumbers, and pickled cabbage.
4. Chew more
Many of us forget the importance of chewing as part of the digestion process. Even when we chew, enzymes in our saliva start to break down the food, so the more you chew – the easier it is to digest the food. Try chewing everything 20 times before swallowing. The process may be annoying at first, but it’ll help your digestion, and also can help in weight-loss.
5. Start each meal with something bitter
Even if you’re hungry, your stomach may not be ready to digest food just yet. Bitter food helps signaling your body that it’s time to produce stomach acids, which will help in digestion of the rest of the food. Greens such as rocket, as well as apple cider vinegar, are a great bitter starter.
6. Eat bone soup
Homemade bone soup is an excellent source of nutrients that your body craves, and it’s also cheap to make. The soup contains many minerals, amino acids, gelatin, and glycine, all of which are beneficial for your digestive system. Have it as a meal or as a side, but either way – your body will thank you.
7. Clear your bowels occasionally
We clean our body by showering, but often forget that the insides need a cleansing too sometimes. An enema is an ideal solution for internal cleansing of the bowels. It softens and breaks down any leftover refuse in our guts, then flushes it out. The results are better functioning digestive system and liver, so clearing out these toxins will improve your general feeling as well.
8. Drink ginger or chamomile tea
On top of its calming properties, chamomile tea also aids the digestion process and can help with nausea, stomachaches, and digestive cramps. Drink a cup a day, and you’ll feel the change. If you’re not partial to chamomile, make a ginger infusion instead – but be sure to use fresh ginger root.
9. Massage your stomach after you eat
Many alternative healers suggest massaging your stomach for 2-5 minutes after every meal to aid in digestion. To do that, place your palm on the top of your stomach and move it in a clockwise direction. If you don’t feel like doing it after every meal, doing it once in the evening is also helpful.
10. Support your liver functions
One of the liver’s main functions is producing bile, which helps break down fats in a process that helps the absorption of vitamins A, D, E, K. Insufficient amounts of bile can lead to harder-working digestive system that in turn, causes lethargy, particularly after eating fatty foods. To support your liver, eat beets, artichoke, proteins, and liver.
11. Eat a healthy breakfast
It’s not called “the most important meal of the day” for nothing. A good breakfast kickstarts your metabolism and keeps it working well throughout the day. Even if you’re not hungry, remember that you’re doing yourself a service when you eat, and if you add some yoghurt, you benefit twice.
12. Sit correctly on the toilet
Did you know that your posture when you’re on the toilet actually affects your digestive system? New research found that the best way to move our bowels is by squatting, not sitting. When we sit, we apply pressure to the rectum, similarly to bending a garden hose, obstructing the healthy flow. When you squat, however, your rectum is loose and straight, making it easier to have a movement. So use a small stool when you make your own, to have an easier and healthier time when on the bowl.
13. Drink water, but not during a meal
It’s important to drink at least 8 cups of water a day to keep the digestion running smoothly, but nutritionists recommend not drinking during the meal. Some foods make us thirsty, and in these cases, you should take small sips rather than large gulps. Another recommendation is to drink room-temperature water, since cold water slows the digestion process down.
14. Avoid eating when stressed or active
Eating when you’re stressed or in a rush is a sure way to get indigestion.. When you eat calmly, your body activates the parasympathetic system, which digestion is part of. In stressful times or during physical activities, the body uses the sympathetic system, taking away energy from the digestive processes. This is why people feel nauseated during stressful times or after running.

11 Signs Your Thyroid Doesn't Work Properly!

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The thyroid, a small gland that sits around your windpipe under your larynx (voice box), secretes hormones to control the body's metabolism. This gland is susceptible to malfunctioning and when this happens, it acts in different ways depending on whether it's producing the hormone in excess, known as hyperthyroidism, or not producing enough of it, hypothyroidism. Take a look at this list of symptoms of both thyroid conditions so that you can become aware of a malfunctioning thyroid. If something may be wrong, be sure to visit a doctor as soon as possible.
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Hypothyroidism is a condition in which the thyroid gland does not produce enough thyroid hormone. A likely cause of hypothyroidism is a deficiency of iodine. Generally, hypothyroidism is more common in women than in men, with women over the age of 60 being most susceptible.
The Symptoms:
You feel lethargic: The thyroid gland produces hormones that control the way the body uses energy. Underproduction of hormones can lead you to feel depressed and sluggish.  
A change in your voice: The thyroid gland and the larynx (the voice box) are located close to each other. It is likely that a dysfunction of the thyroid gland can affect the larynx, causing issues with your voice. 
Thickened skin and thinning eyebrows: Fluid retention is a symptom of hypothyroidism and can cause pain in the muscles and joints. It often manifests around the ankles and feet and worsens with physical activity. 
Poor hearing: While the reason may not be completely known, research has clearly identified links between thyroid malfunction and the loss of hearing. 
Loss of libido: Hypothyroidism causes the metabolism to slow down, meaning that the reproductive organs slow down as well. This can lead to less production of sex hormones thereby affecting the libido. 
malfunctioning thyroid
This condition is caused by excessive production of the thyroid hormone in the body. 60-80% of hyperthyroidism cases in the U.S. are caused by Graves' disease. Other causes include multinodular goiter, toxic adenoma, inflammation of the thyroid, and an excessive amount of iodine in the diet. Its occurrence is around 2 to 10 times more widespread in women. 
The Symptoms: 
An increase in appetite: This can be a sign of hyperthyroidism as the excessive release of the thyroid hormone in your body may make you feel hungry all the time. The upside to this is that the excess food intake doesn't necessarily make you gain weight since the increased metabolism of the body offsets it.
Excessive urination: A faster metabolism means an increased blood flow and this makes your kidneys filter more, so more urine is produced. 
Excessive thirst: Hyperthyroidism causes excessive urination. Your body needs to replenish its water levels and this makes you crave more water. 
Hand tremors: It's normal to experience mild tremors while keeping your hands and forearms in the same position for long. Yet, as hyperthyroidism speeds up almost all metabolic functions and puts the body in fast-forward mode, the length of time after which the hands would normally start trembling gets reduced. This causes noticeable tremors in the hands and the forearms. 
Bouts of an excessive sex drive: With an increase in metabolism, hyperthyroidism can cause bouts of an excessive sex drive.
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Lifestyle Tips to Manage Thyroid Malfunctioning
Lifestyle Tips for Hypothyroidism: Follow a healthy diet of vegetables, fruits, whole grains and lean protein. To keep your energy levels stable, eat small meals throughout the day. Weight gain is a common symptom of hypothyroidism, so eating healthy can help you manage weight gain. You should also follow an active lifestyle as exercise can help you manage your weight as well as boosts up energy levels and decreases stress which is especially important if you have hypothyroidism.
You can also practice yoga and meditation. As hypothyroidism can lead to lethargy and depression, both meditation and yoga can help you in your battle against these conditions. Another factor you can incorporate is going to bed early. When you feel lethargic and low in energy, common symptoms of hypothyroidism, give your body the sleep it needs to replenish this energy. 

Lifestyle tips for hyperthyroidism: Firstly, avoid iodine. People with hyperthyroidism should not eat foods high in iodine and should also avoid milk and other dairy products. It is also suggested that fish, sushi, shellfish, and seaweed should be avoided. Practicing meditation will also help. As an overproduction of thyroid hormones results in more brain stimulation causing sufferers to feel jittery or anxious. Finally, be sure to drink water as hyperthyroidism causes you to lose a lot of water through urination.

07 January 2020

Gastric Obstruction – Causes, Symptoms Treatments!
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Your bowels are tasked with removing waste and toxins from our body, as well as absorbing salts, liquids, nutrients, indigestible vitamins. They do it to extract all possible nutrients that weren’t digested in the stomach and maintain the balance of electrolytes in our system.

When your bowels are not functioning well, they collect the waste and toxins they’re supposed to get rid of, resulting in various diseases and health issues. If left undiagnosed and untreated, obstructed bowels lead to kidney and liver-related health problems. In this article, you’ll learn all you need to know about bowel obstruction, symptoms that should serve as warning signals, and the natural home remedies needed to fix and prevent it.
What causes gastric obstructions?
The reasons for obstructed bowels are plentiful, such as hernias, cysts, tumors, etc. Another reason is overeating foods that are harmful to our bodies, such as food rich in preservatives and other chemicals. These chemicals lead to a buildup of mucus in the guts, which releases toxins that can damage the body. Another cause is a buildup of fecal matter or foreign bodies in the lower intestine.
Bezoars can also cause gastric obstructions. Bezoars are a fibrous lump that forms in the stomach, and the most common type is formed of undigested pieces of food. They are mainly composed out of plant cellulose, most common in unripe fruit and persimmons.
Men are in a higher risk group for contracting phytobezoars in their stomachs, with symptoms that include upper gastric pains, feeling full soon after beginning to eat, nausea, vomiting, lack of appetite and loss of weight. Symptoms only appear in 10-25% of the cases, making phytobezoars hard to diagnose, and can lead to gastric obstructions.
What happens when your gastrointestinal system is obstructed?
When the small intestine is blocked, it will begin contracting in order to move its content beyond the obstruction, which can lead to frequent diarrhea. In later stages, it will become less effective, causing a buildup of water and electrolytes that can lead to dehydration.
The obstruction will also create pressure on the intestinal walls, and if left untreated – will only get worse. This can lead to venous drainage obstruction, a rising of the diaphragm, and a suppression of the lungs’ function. The obstruction itself will aid in the bacterial buildup, in particular, E-Coli, Klebsiella, and Enterococcus Faecalis. The bacteria colonies will grow very quickly, increasing the chances of gangrene and intestinal punctures.
Patients lose their ability to pass feces and gasses along the intestine, causing swelling and increasing stomach pains. The large intestine will expand due to the buildup of bacterium, liquids, feces and gasses.
Which symptoms can indicate an obstruction?
Symptoms can be evidence of obstruction caused be stomach cramping or phytobezoars. Once you notice these symptoms, it is recommended that you pay a visit to your family doctor, to evaluate the nature of the obstruction. Not all symptoms may appear, but they will appear in these general groups:
  • Constipation, diarrhea, flatulence, lethargy and swelling.
  • Headaches, memory loss, blurred vision.
  • Burning sensation in the upper digestive system.
  • Weight gain, lack of energy and indigestion.
  • Ulcers in the stomach and Duodenum, ulcerative colitis and stomach inflammation.
  • Urinary tract infections and inflammation of the kidneys.
  • Constant colds, allergies, joint pains and chronic diseases.
The most basic treatment is hooking the patient up to an IV, which can only be performed by a doctor. In some cases, the obstructions can be relieved by using a nasogastric tube, and in severe cases, an operation will be required. An enema may help in some cases, but if performed incorrectly – can lead to internal bleeding.
The simplest, natural treatment for intestinal obstruction is eating 1-3 tablespoons of flax seeds, combined with 100-15ml of Kefir (a type of fermented milk drink) for three days. Flax seeds help the body dispose of fecal matter, mucus and parasites. Additionally, flax seeds can help prevent several forms of cancer, heart diseases, diabetes, and even help lower cholesterol levels. Kefir contains many probiotic bacteria, enzymes, vitamin B12 and proteins, all of which are good for your body. Kefir also helps in restoring the gastric biome and is lactose-free.
To clear your intestines from obstructions, add kefir and flax seeds to your breakfast in this manner:
  • 1st week: 100ml of kefir and one tablespoon of flax seeds
  • 2nd week: 100ml of kefir and two tablespoons of flax seeds
  • 3rd week: 150ml of kefir and three tablespoons of flax seeds
Additionally, drink at least two liters of water every day.
The best way to unblock a phytobezoar obstruction is by eating food that is high in protein and low in fiber. Once the blockage is gone, follow these dietary tips to heal and prevent reoccurrences.
  • Beverages: It is advised that you keep your body well hydrated. Drink fruit-shakes, water, and sports drinks that are rich in electrolytes. Avoid high-fat dairy.
  • Dairy: Stick to low-fat or fat-free products.
  • Grains and bread: Fiber from whole grain tends to slow down the digestive process. Focus on plain white bread, pasta, and regular grain.
  • Fruits and vegetables: Boiled or canned fruits and vegetables are the way to go. Avoid eating the skin. Watermelon, melons, and bananas can be consumed fresh. Avoid high-fiber fruits and vegetables.
  • Meat and meat substitutes: Protein is essential to the healing process. Stick to skinless chicken or turkey meat. Other kinds of lean meat, such as fish, eggs and tofu are also good.
  • Other: Avoid fried foods and use as little butter as possible. Boiled or steamed foods are the most recommended. Minimize the use of seasoning and fatty sauces and dressings.

Simple Weight Loss Tips You’ve Never Heard Before!

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Healthy habits are hard to maintain in today's busy, fast-paced world of easy fixes,  where losing weight is harder than ever. But not all healthy habits are grand and life-changing - you'll be surprised to hear what a huge impact small changes in your lifestyle can have on your weight. I'm sure you've never heard at least half of these tips, but each and every one of them will have a small and meaningful effect on your weight loss.

Start Eating Blue!

Wait Before Ordering Seconds

Our minds and bodies take time to fully understand and register how much we have eaten and to give us a feeling of "fullness". Try going on a short walk, reading the paper or playing a game of cards before dishing up seconds.

Hot is Good
Hot spices like cayenne pepper can not only boost metabolism but also cut cravings for sweet or salty foods. Sprinkle some spice on scrambled eggs, or spice up a stir-fry with a little hot sauce for that extra bit of help in burning fats.

Chew Gum

While it won't always help with decreasing your appetite, gum can keep the mouth busy when cooking up a meal or when socializing among a sea of appetizers. The long term effects of gum chewing on weight loss are minimal but studies show it can lower cravings for sweet and salty snacks, and decrease hunger levels between meals.

Sip Some Green Tea

Drinking green tea is a great way to shed a few pounds as it has an amazing ability to metabolize fat as well as many other healthy uses. In combination with resistance training, green tea increases the potential for fat loss. Add a squeeze of lemon for a little flavor and vitamins for even more healthy and antioxidant effects.

Water It Down

If you can't live without your soda and juice, then you can try this simple trick to reduce the sugar and calories you take with them. Watering down your drink may sound entirely unappealing, but if you test it for a bit you can come up with a mixture that will have more water than the sugar-sweetened drink, and still taste good.

Go For Tall and Thin
Research shows that people pour less liquid into tall narrow glasses than into their vertically challenged counterparts. It’s a small change that means you will ultimately drink less in one sitting. This tip is only recommended for harmful drinks and not water or natural juices.


Keeping your good oral hygiene habits is not something you would normally relate to weight loss but if you think about it for a second it makes a lot of sense. Right after you are done with dinner go brush your teeth and use some mouthwash. This will keep you from mindlessly snacking while watching a pre-bed TV show as you'll be more inclined to keep your mouth clean before bed.

Enjoy Your Food

Eating slowly may not fit into a busy workday, but it pays to pace your chewing and take your time with every meal. The quicker we eat, the less time the body has to register fullness and chewing our food well will help our body extract the maximum amount of nutrition from it.


Another tip that will make you understand that losing weight is all in your mind is finding some good mantras to keep you motivated and focused. Hang up an inspirational poster in your room, write it on a sticky note at your desk or scribble it on your forehead. Just make sure you remember what you are doing and what you're doing it for.

Add, Don’t Subtract

Don’t remove foods from your diet, replace them and focus on adding healthy foods to your menu. Ditching all the “bad” stuff can be a daunting task, one that’s easier to stick to by focusing on one habit at a time. As you add more and more healthy habits and foods to your life it will be much easier to get rid of the bad ones.

Sleep Smart

As part of any healthy lifestyle, it's important to sleep well and at regular times. This will help shave off some pounds because your sleep is linked to changes in appetite and metabolism in the body.

Get Social

You are not the only person out there trying to lose weight. Turn to online communities or support groups for sharing progress and setbacks, getting useful tips and a good pat on the back to keep you going.

Stay Positive
Don't demonize food and the fact that you are on a diet, instead go for a positive attitude. “I can control my eating” or “I’m proud that I ate responsibly today” can reframe our relationship with food and our efforts to get healthier.
I'm sure that if you follow even half of these tips and stick to a healthy diet - you'll reach your goal in no time!