What to eat during the 8-hour feeding window , whole-8-hour

We aspire to have adequate sleep at night so that we can be productive during the day. We need the energy and motivation to stay in our healthy weight. We don’t want to deprive our bodies with our favorite dish but wanted to do some cleansing to get rid of toxins we have accumulated over the years (too much alcohol, junk foods, stress, others).

If we plan to fast or not eat heavy meal during the 16 hour period and graze or eat a good healthy meal during the 8-hour period (9am to 5pm or 10am to 6pm, 8am to 4pm), what can we do to follow this regimen to have the health we deserve without dieting but feeling our satiety and conscious of each food we chew?

1. Whole foods
We can pair plants and healthy protein, drink your favorite (1) cup of coffee or tea during the day, and      explore more whole foods to pair with our favorite dishes.
2. Protein in the morn 9-5 ; 1 or 2 boiled eggs , boiled ginger with lemon and our favorite herbs or tea.
3. Apple at night, small protein (half a tsp of peanut butter). Choose bananas or fruits that are not over rip. Create an avocado dip for your carrots or celery stick.
4. Fibers during the day
Fiber helps encapsulate the fat and sugar out of our bodies.
5. Drink 30 minutes before full lunch and 30 minutes after lunch.
6. Take time to chew your food, to meditate, to give thanks. Your positive spirit will guide you in nourishing your body.
7. Rest and deep breathing in between (5 minutes, will help you arrive at good decisions and fill up your minds with happy thoughts)
8. Love foods, healthy ones and observe the benefits derived from your food choices.
Say No to unhealthy foods. Happy foods are eggs, yams and fruits.
9. Celebrate each day by noticing your good bowel movement, sleep patterns, and weighing yourself as one way of monitoring your health
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Know your blood test results to help guide your wellness goals

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When my father had lung cancer in fourth-last stage, I saw that his PSA value is outside the range and other liver and kidney blood biomarkers. He had been coughing every night for the last 5-10 years , had tuberculosis many years before , been sleep deprived when he was working as a taxi driver, started smoking early but quit 15 years ago, eating charred BBQ and meat only diet and was working in a mining company for many years.

When my 82 yr old mom has groin pain, her platelet count is outside the normal range and so I target her immune system and gave her a combo of turmeric, ginger and oregano capsule from Whole Foods Store. I also massaged her with my mixture of massage oil and prepared whole foods meals to increase her immune system. I told her that when she has anxiety, her immune system will be weaker to fight any inflammation or infection. She always get an infection when she travels for 12000 miles and sitting for 13 hours inside the airplane.

In my upcoming ebook, Healing within – transform inside and out, a self help and self cure ebook will list top topics close to your heart , related to your habits and lifestyle, genetic predisposition and more. Email motherhealth@gmail.com to review the book as it is written.

The first step in preventive health is knowing your body, signs and symptoms, blood test results and other information you can get from your doctor and yourself.

Life Extension has a list of blood tests for men and women , email me if you want a test based on your personal health issues as I am one of their wholesellers.

Healing from within – transform inside and out part 1

Connie Dello Buono


Blood Test Results – Your Complete Guide to Understanding Numbers

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Sample Test Results and Specific Blood Test Results ExplainedFollowing is a general example of theresults of a blood test, a cholesterol blood testResults, relevant ranges, and alerts are highlighted for illustrative purposes:

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Eating Fish May Reduce Multiple Sclerosis Risk

Eating Fish May Reduce Multiple Sclerosis Risk

Summary: A new study reveals eating fish regularly and taking daily fish oil supplements may reduce the risk of developing multiple sclerosis. Researchers report high fish intake is associated with a 45% reduced risk of developing MS.

Source: AAN.

Eating fish at least once a week or eating fish one to three times per month in addition to taking daily fish oil supplements may be associated with a reduced risk of multiple sclerosis (MS), according to a preliminary study released today that will be presented at the American Academy of Neurology’s 70th Annual Meeting in Los Angeles, April 21 to 27, 2018. These findings suggest that the omega-3 fatty acids found in fish may be associated with lowering the risk of developing MS.

Multiple sclerosis is a disease of the central nervous system that affects communication between the brain and other parts of the body. With MS, the body’s immune system attacks myelin, the fatty white substance that insulates and protects the nerves. This disrupts the signals between the brain and the rest of the body. Symptoms of MS may include fatigue, numbness, tingling or difficulty walking. The first episode of MS symptoms, lasting at least 24 hours, is known as clinically isolated syndrome. There is no cure for MS.

“Consuming fish that contain omega-3 fatty acids has been shown to have a variety of health benefits, so we wanted to see if this simple lifestyle modification, regularly eating fish and taking fish oil supplements, could reduce the risk of MS,” said study author Annette Langer-Gould, MD, PhD, of Kaiser Permanente Southern California in Pasadena, Calif., and a member of the American Academy of Neurology.

For this study, researchers examined the diets of 1,153 people with an average age of 36 from a variety of backgrounds, about half of whom had been diagnosed with MS or clinically isolated syndrome.

Participants were asked about how much fish they regularly ate. High fish intake was defined as either eating one serving of fish per week or eating one to three servings per month in addition to taking daily fish oil supplements. Low intake was defined as less than one serving of fish per month and no fish oil supplements. Examples of fish consumed by study participants include shrimp, salmon and tuna.


The study found that high fish intake was associated with a 45 percent reduced risk of MS or clinically isolated syndrome when compared with those who ate fish less than once a month and did not take fish oil supplements. A total of 180 of those with MS had high fish intake compared to 251 of the healthy controls.

The study also looked at 13 genetic variations in a human gene cluster that regulates fatty acid levels. Researchers found two of the 13 genetic variations examined were associated with a lower risk of MS, even after accounting for the higher fish intake. This may mean that some people may have a genetic advantage when it comes to regulating fatty acid levels.

While the study suggests that omega-3 fatty acids, and how they are processed by the body, may play an important role in reducing MS risk, Langer-Gould emphasizes that it simply shows an association and not cause and effect. More research is needed to confirm the findings and to examine how omega-3 fatty acids may affect inflammation, metabolism and nerve function.

Fish such as salmon, sardines, lake trout and albacore tuna are generally recommended as good sources of omega-3 fatty acids.


Funding: The study was supported by the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke.

Source: Renee Tessman – AAN
Publisher: Organized by NeuroscienceNews.com.

Do gut bacteria inhibit weight loss?

Do gut bacteria inhibit weight loss?

Ask the doctor

gut bacteriaQ. I just can’t lose weight. A friend says that my problem might be due to the types of bacteria that live in my gut. That sounds crazy to me, but is it true, and can I do something about it?

A. Ten years ago, I also would have thought your friend was crazy. Today, I’d say she could well be right. Here’s why. We’ve known for a century that bacteria live in our intestines, but we’ve assumed that they did little to affect our health. We thought that they were just mooching off of us — taking advantage of the warmth and nutrients in our gut.

In the past decade, however, remarkable breakthroughs have allowed scientists to count and characterize the genes in our gut bacteria. The results have been astonishing. Our gut bacteria have 250 to 800 times more genes than we have human genes. Even more remarkable, these bacterial genes make substances that get into the human bloodstream, affecting our body chemistry. That means it is entirely plausible that the bacteria in our gut could be affecting our health.

How could they affect our weight? When we eat food, our gut breaks it down into small pieces. Only the smallest pieces get absorbed into our blood. The rest is eliminated as waste material. In other words, not all of the calories in the food we eat get into our body and increase our weight. The gut bacteria help break down food. Some bacteria are better able to chop food into those smallest pieces that get digested, add calories to our body and thereby tend to increase our weight. Theoretically, if our guts have more of those kinds of bacteria, it should be harder to lose weight.

But is there evidence that it really is true? Several studies in animals, and some in humans, say that it is. For example, scientists transferred bacteria from the guts of two strains of mice — one that naturally becomes obese and one that naturally stays lean — into a third lean strain raised from birth to have no gut bacteria. Gut bacteria transferred from the naturally obese mice made the germ-free mice become fat, but gut bacteria transferred from the naturally lean mice kept them lean.

Then scientists took bacteria from the guts of human identical twins, one of whom was obese and one of whom was lean, and transferred those bacteria into the guts of lean, germ-free mice. Bacteria from the obese twin made the mice become fat, but bacteria from the lean twin did not.

We are just beginning to understand the role of gut bacteria in obesity, and the science hasn’t led yet to treatments that will make it easier to lose weight. However, I believe that day is coming.

— by Anthony L. Komaroff, M.D.
Editor in Chief, Harvard Health Letter

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