IMPORTANT HEALTH CARE TRUTHS

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HEALTH CARE TRUTHS WE DID NOT KNOW

We will disclose truths most of us did not know, and often learned the hard ways.

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TRUTHS TO SAVE YOUR LIFE

Truths you do not know, that are often overlooked.

Did you know that in Canada, there is no standard for aluminum in drinking water, and some municipal treatment systems use ALUM FLAKES to filter the water , giving it a crisp clean taste, but increasing the levels of aluminum in the drinking water to above the standards used in other countries ?

Dr. Rosanna Squitti from Rome, discovered that, while  metals were known NOT TO  be able to cross the blood /brain barrier, IF THEY ATTACHED THEMSELVES TO fa cells they could."

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DISCOVER DR. ROSANNA SQUITTI'S RESEARCH
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TRUTHS WE SELDOM KNOW

Chicory Root for liver problems ?

Well in an interesting story, MaryAnn Squitti traveled to Simbario, Italy, only to find her sister in bed.  She had been in pain for over 2 years with liver problems.

Maryann remembered as a child going to the pharmacist, who dropped a root that Maryann could understand to be Chicory Root.   The pharmacist made a tonic of this.

Well some 60 years later, Maryann used this incident to go and find wild Chicory root to treat her sister, Catarina Rosso Primerano.


Within weeks, she had recovered, and I could not believe the pictures.  

I checked with a Readers Digest book on herbs.  The page on Chicory root, (with a blue flower) stated that 'an ancient Roman therapy for Liver Problems'.  The year was 1987 or so.

It was then that I realize that many truths learned from experience had been forgotten.


OBSERVATIONS HA SHOWN A SERIOUS LACK OF PROTOCL FOR TREATING THE PROBLEM OF ANEMIA !

Not identifying and treating a person for anemia can lead to a whole host of symptoms like depression or heart conditions.  Let us not ignore that in some people having too much iron is also a problem; its all about BALANCE.

Range for test results is far to wide ?   It was observed that the range for normal ferritin levels was exceedingly wide, and while a number could be very, low some individuals classified this number as 'normal'.   Dr. Sarvesh Sarita Sharma from India, suggests we use the median point as our reference.


" Interestingly, the “normal” reference range for ferritin in women is typically 18 to 160 mcg/L, but the researchers considered any level below 50 mcg/L to be borderline low. "

TAKE A GOOD LOOK AT YOUR ACTUAL NUMBERS - CLICK HERE !

PROBLEM OF ANEMIA-LOW IRON

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SYMPTOMS - LACK OF ENERGY AND HEART COMPLICATIONS

 

  • Easy fatigue and loss of energy.
  • Unusually rapid heart beat, particularly with exercise.
  • Shortness of breath and headache, particularly with exercise.
  • Difficulty concentrating.
  • Dizziness.
  • Pale skin.
  • Leg cramps.
  • Insomnia.
  • Irregular heartbeats  (MAYO CLINIC)
  • Shortness of breath
  • Chest pain 
  • Cold hands and feet 


LOGIC OF ANEMIA

A role of the heart is to pump blood to proliferate oxygen throughout the body, ad key to that is

Most blood cells, including red blood cells, are produced regularly in  your bone marrow — a spongy material found within the cavities of many  of your large bones. To produce hemoglobin and red blood cells, your  body needs iron, vitamin B-12, folate and other nutrients from the foods  you eat.

Without adequate blood cells, the blood's efficiency is greatly reduced.  The heart has to pump more blood, (higher heart rate), and complications due to the weakened efficiency of the heart.

IMPORTANT FACTORS

The best sources of iron include meat, organ meats like liver, and other sources.

Problem is that while some foods are rich in iron, you have to consume a great of them in one day.

Other important factors include COOKING IN IRON POTS AND PANS, and drinking water with high iron.

BEST SOURCES OF IRON - CLICK HERE !

WHAT NEGATIVELY AFFECTS IRON ABSORITON

BLACK TEA !!!  Avoid this has it can reduce IRON ABSORPTION by up to 80%.

THINGS THAT WILL REDUCE THE ABSORPTION OF IRON - CLICK HERE !

RISK FACTORS


  • A diet lacking in certain vitamins. Having a diet that is consistently low in iron, vitamin C, vitamin B-12 and folate increases your risk of anemia.
  • Intestinal disorders. Having an intestinal  disorder that affects the absorption of nutrients in your small  intestine — such as Crohn's disease and celiac disease — puts you at  risk of anemia.  (Leaky gut syndrome)
  • Menstruation. In general, women who haven't  experienced menopause have a greater risk of iron deficiency anemia than  do men and postmenopausal women. That's because menstruation causes the  loss of red blood cells.
  • Pregnancy. If you're pregnant and aren't taking a multivitamin with folic acid, you're at an increased risk of anemia.
  • Chronic conditions. If you have cancer, kidney  failure or another chronic condition, you may be at risk of anemia of  chronic disease. These conditions can lead to a shortage of red blood  cells.
    Slow, chronic blood loss from an ulcer or other source within  your body can deplete your body's store of iron, leading to iron  deficiency anemia.
     
  • Family history. If your family has a history of  an inherited anemia, such as sickle cell anemia, you also may be at  increased risk of the condition.
  • Other factors. A history of certain infections,  blood diseases and autoimmune disorders, alcoholism, exposure to toxic  chemicals, and the use of some medications can affect red blood cell  production and lead to anemia.
  • Age. People over age 65 are at increased risk of anemia.  (SOURCE MAYO CLINIC)

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