All of us are affected by covid19

Our friends and family got Covid, some survived. We pray for the spirit of those who died, may they rest in peace and forever be remembered by their love ones.

My niece, GF and insurance agent got positive test from covid, they rested and got well. All the time, we are worried for the worse might come. Thank God that they survived.

Today, one of my insurance agent in Socal was tested positive with Covid.

My tips: warm water with salt, Vitamin C, zinc, Vitamin B complex, Vitamin D and E, selenium, melatonin, magnesium and essential oil of euclyptus mixed in coconut oil.

Rest, be brave and strong and fight the virus with rest, sleep, warm drink of salt and other whole foods such as fresh pineapple, papaya, kiwi and beef broth with lots of garlic, ginger, carrots, apples, celery.

Warm drink: ginger, garlic, cayenne pepper, oregano, nutmeg, salt, turmeric

Stay in the sun during daytime.

Get well to us all.

Anti-parasitic and anti Covid19 diet by Connie

Up to nearly 10% of Americans may be infected with brain parasites found in undercooked meat. One example is the brain-invasive pork tapeworm, which is the most common cause of adult-onset epilepsy. Allergenic fish worms found in nearly two-thirds of retail fish tested can trigger allergic reactions in sensitive individuals. There have been migratory skin worms found in undercooked fish (like in sushi). Cheese may contain mites and maggots and organ meats may contain other worms.

Cheese: asiago, bel paese, bleu/blue, brick, brie, camembert, emmental, gorgonzola, gruyere, muenster, port de salut, roquefort, stilton, swiss, pork

Nearly 95% of tested retail U.S. beef (including burgers) has been found to be parasite infested. The meat industry has responded to this problem by feeding arsenic to chickens and turkeys to reduce the parasite load; this arsenic may be linked to increased cancer risk in consumers, and adding bacteria-eating viruses to meat would not help one avoid the brain parasite, toxoplasma, the second leading cause of foodborne disease-related death in the United States. Being bitten by the external parasite, a lone star tick, may result in developing an allergy to meat.

Anti-parasitic diet by Connie Dello Buono

  • Avoid cheese, under-cooked meat, salads and produce not properly washed with vinegar or salt water, over ripe fruits, eat limes and berries, pineapple and papaya, sweet potatoes or yams, pine nuts, and eat less on fermented foods (except fiber-rich).
  • Consume less fat and sugar filled and processed foods but eat more fiber-rich foods, freshly cooked and well cooked. Combine meat with veggies. Eat less fermented veggies and alcohol drinks.
  • Add cabbage , tomatoes and lemon when cooking fish or meat to kill the parasites.  Boil milk if you wanted to drink 2% milk.  Add garlic, onions and sulfur rich foods in your meals daily. Eat well washed raw carrots and garlic.
  • Have a banana at night (not over ripe).
  • Avoid caffeine and chocolate until you have completed your anti-parasitic meds.
  • Lowering your fat intake from keto diet, lowers the supply of cholesterol for parasites to thrive.
  • Warm drink of decaf tea, soy milk, almond milk
  • Use all kinds of coconut from oil to milk.  Do not consume 3-day old rice or left over foods. Wear gloves when washing fish.
  • Promote good hygiene. Freeze fish for portion you cannot eat within 2 days.  Do not eat wilted veggies or moldy and rotten.

Up to nearly 10% of Americans may be infected with brain parasites found in undercooked meat. One example is the brain-invasive pork tapeworm, which is the most common cause of adult-onset epilepsy. Allergenic fish worms found in almost 66% of retail fish tested can trigger allergic reaction in delicate/sensitive people.

There have been migratory skin worms found in half-cooked fish (like in sushi). Cheese may contain parasites and slimy parasites and organ meats may contain different worms. Cheese: asiago, bel paese, bleu/blue, brick, brie, camembert, emmental, gorgonzola, gruyere, muenster, port de salut, roquefort, stilton, swiss, pork Nearly 95% of tested retail U.S. meat (including burgers) has been observed to be parasite plagued. 

The meat business has reacted to this issue by encouraging arsenic to chickens and turkeys to reduce the parasite load; this arsenic might be connected to increased of cancer risk in customers, and adding bacteria-eating viruses to meat would not help one to keep away the brain parasite, toxoplasma, the second leading reason for foodborne sickness related death  in the US. 

Being bitten by the outer parasite, a lone star tick, may result in developing an allergy to meat. Anti-parasite diet Avoid cheese, under-cooked meat, salads and produce not properly washed with vinegar or salt water, over ripe fruits, eat limes and berries, pineapple and papaya, sweet potatoes or yams, pine nuts, and eat less on fermented foods (except fiber-rich). Consume less fat and sugar filled and processed foods but eat more fiber-rich foods, freshly cooked and well cooked.

Combine meat with veggies. Eat less fermented veggies and alcohol drinks. Add cabbage, tomatoes and lemon when cooking fish or meat to kill the parasites. Boil milk if you wanted to drink 2% milk. Add garlic, onions and sulfur rich foods in your meals daily. Eat well washed raw carrots and garlic. Have a banana at night (not over ripe). Avoid caffeine and chocolate until you have completed your anti-parasitic meds.

Lowering your fat intake from keto diet, lowers the supply of cholesterol for parasites to thrive. Use all kinds of coconut from oil to milk. Do not consume 3-day old rice or left over foods. Wear gloves when washing fish. Promote good hygiene. Freeze fish for portion you cannot eat within 2 days. Do not eat wilted veggies or moldy and rotten.

More tips

  • Avoid simple carbohydrates, such as those found in refined foods, fruits, juices, dairy products, and all sugars, except honey.
  • Eat more raw garlic, pumpkin seeds, pomegranates, beets, and carrots, all of which have been used traditionally used to kill parasites. In one study, researchers found that a mixture of honey and papaya seeds cleared stools of parasites in 23 out of 30 subjects. Drink a lot of water to help flush out your system.
  • Eat more fiber, which may help get rid of worms.
  • Probiotics (Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacilus plantarum, Saccharomyces boulardii, and bifidobacteria). Help keep your digestive tract healthy. Probiotics may not be appropriate in some severely immune compromised patients. Talk to your doctor.
  • Digestive enzymes will help restore your intestinal tract to its normal state, which makes it inhospitable to parasites. Papain is an enzyme from the papaya plant that may help kill worms when taken 30 minutes before or after meals. Papain may increase bleeding in people with clotting disorders, or in those taking blood-thinning medications, such as warfarin (Coumadin) among others.
  • Vitamin C. Supports the immune system. Lower the dose if diarrhea develops.
  • Vitamin A (VitA) is a micronutrient that is crucial for maintaining vision, promoting growth and development, and protecting epithelium and mucus integrity in the body. VitA is known as an anti-inflammation vitamin because of its critical role in enhancing immune function.
  • Zinc. Supports the immune system. Zinc may interact with certain medications, particularly some antibiotics, and it may not be appropriate for people with HIV/AIDS. Talk to your doctor.
  • Niacin deficiency in pellagra associated with certain parasites, seems to be due to the impairment in the further degradation of 3-hydroxykynurenine to niacin.

Herbs

Herbs are a way to strengthen and tone the body’s systems. As with any therapy, you should work with your doctor to diagnose your problem before starting treatment. You may use herbs as dried extracts (capsules, powders, or teas), glycerites (glycerine extracts), or tinctures (alcohol extracts). People with a history of alcoholism should not take tinctures.

Many of the herbs used to treat intestinal parasites have toxic side effects or interfere with other medications. Use them only under the supervision of a qualified practitioner. Your health care provider should treat you with the most gentle herb that is effective for the type of parasite you have. A few of the herbs that your provider might consider include:

  • Garlic (Allium sativum)
  • Barberry (Berberis vulgaris)
  • Goldenseal (Hydrastis canadensis)
  • Oregon grape (Berberis aquifolium)
  • Anise (Pimpinella anisum)
  • Wormwood ((Artemisia annua))
  • Curled mint (Mentha crispa)
  • Black walnuts (Juglans nigra)

For more related topics, see ebook of Connie Dello Buono at Balboa Press

https://www.balboapress.com/en/bookstore/bookdetails/807766-curated-health-tips-and-cancer-free-healing-ways

Balance your Serotonin, Dopamine and Endorphins with Happy foods

dopa ser.JPGPain and itch are influenced by two chemicals , Serotonin and Dopamine. Eat the following whole foods to balance Serotonin, Dopamine and Endorphins and do get a hug too.  Hugging can increase the production of dopamine in your brain.  Endorphins are endogenous opioid neuropeptides and peptide hormones in humans and other animals. They are produced by the central nervous system and the pituitary gland.  Scratching an itch causes minor pain, which prompts the brain to release serotonin. But serotonin also reacts with receptors on neurons that carry itch signals to the brain, making itching worse.  It has been observed that the release of the neurotransmitter dopamine stimulates this brain center to feel pleasure in “peak experiences,” such as from solving a difficult problem.

Raw pumpkin seeds
Spirulina
Raw spinach
Sesame seeds
Raw almonds
Bananas
Raw dried dates
Oats
Watercress
Sunflower seeds
Horseradish
Pumpkin leaves
Turnip greens
Cacao
Buckwheat
Millet

All of the above are geared toward a vegan diet and they all offer the perfect balance to help enhance your mood through the natural production of serotonin.

Non-vegans may add:

Mussels
Lobsters
Eggs
Cottage cheese
Turkey

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Fat burning foods

Prepare these whole foods in a soup or salad with no processed oils and other processed foods. Whole foods are better absorbed with a side dish of veggies pickled prepared with apple cider vinegar and tsp of brown sugar.  Adding lemon in most of your dishes also facilitate absorption from the Vitamin C in lemons.  There is no secret among our movie stars who have a nutritionist beside them. Only whole foods and drinking coconut water or healthy beverage an hour before a meal.

Eat iron-rich foods  and copper food sources with Vitamin C at noon and in the afternoon dinner, eat calcium rich foods with omega 3, magnesium, potassium and Vitamin B and C for your metabolism to help you burn fat. These are copper and iron rich foods eaten in moderation:

  • 1) Beef liver. 3 oz: 14 mg (over 100% DV)
  • 2) Sunflower seeds. ¼ cup: 0.63 mg (31% DV)
  • 3) Lentils. 1 cup: 0.5mg (25% DV)
  • 4) Almonds. ¼ cup: 0.4 mg (20% DV)
  • 5) Dried apricots. 1 cup: 0.69mg (34% DV)
  • 6) Dark chocolate. 1 square: 0.9 mg (45% DV)
  • 7) Blackstrap molasses. …
  • 8) Asparagus.

Some of the best sources of vitamin B6 are poultry, seafood, bananas, leafy green vegetables such as spinach, potatoes and fortified cereals. Your diet should include 1.3 milligrams of B-6 daily to support new red blood cell growth.

Chicken, turkey, salmon and other fish including canned tuna packed in water are all excellent natural sources of niacin. Fortified cereals, legumes, peanuts, pasta and whole wheat also supply varying amounts.

Animal foods are the only natural source of vitamin B12, but many products, including soy products and cereals, are fortified with B12 so it is widely available in the food supply. Other good natural sources include shellfish, such as clams, mussels and crab, fin fish and beef. You need only a small amount of B-12 — 2.4 micrograms daily. This B-12 will boost red blood cell production and support your nervous system.

Liver and egg yolks are the richest dietary sources of biotin — a nutrient needed for a healthy metabolism — but fortunately this B vitamin is well distributed throughout the food supply, so it is unlikely that anyone eating a balanced, varied diet will experience a deficiency. Salmon, pork and avocado are good sources; most fruits and vegetables contain a little biotin, as do cheeses and grain foods.

Yogurt and avocado are both excellent sources of pantothenic acid, a vitamin needed for enzyme function, but it is also available in a wide variety of foods such as legumes including lentils and split peas, sweet potatoes, mushrooms and broccoli. Consume 5 milligrams daily.

Magnesium Rich Foods
1. Spinach
2. Pumpkin seeds
3. Broccoli
4. Almonds
5. Black Beans
6. Kidney Beans
7. Avocado
8. Peas
9. Dark Chocolate
10. Banana
11. Cashews
12. Flaxseed
13. Black-eyed Peas
14. Pollock Atlantic Fish
15. Peanut butter

Potassium Rich Foods
1. Baked Potato with skin
2. Spinach
3. Baked Sweet Potatoes
4. White Beans
5. Lima Beans
6. Avocado
7. Squash
8. Tomatoes
9. Salmon
10. Apricots
11. Pomegranate
12. Coconut Water
13. Banana
14. Mustard Greens
15. Carrots
16. Walnuts
17. Halibut

Omega-3 Rich Foods
1. Mackerel
2. Salmon
3. Cod Liver Oil
4. Walnuts
5. Flaxseeds
6. Tuna
7. Anchovies
8. Egg Yolks
9. Spinach
10. Mustard Oil
11. Blueberries
12. Avocados
13. Broccoli
14. Lettuce
15. Strawberries

Aphrodisiac foods

Cook together. Soft music, soft lights, aroma of cinnamon and garlic are all conducive for a seductive lunch or dinner.

Wine, beer or healthy smoothie are important. Do know that happy foods are chocolate, eggs, yams and beer.

Aphrodisiac Foods

  • Oysters
  • Watermelon
  • Cocoa or Chocolate
  • Asparagus
  • Avocados
  • Maca
  • Pumpkin Seeds. pumpkin seeds
  • Celery

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