Many people try to cleanse, remove heavy metals or detoxify their bodies, perform various cleansing or detoxification systems. The question is if the specific detoxification and cleansing process works and if people know what they are getting rid of and why they actually do detoxification. And it does not matter if they drink water, eat vegetable juices, olive oil with lemon juice, food supplements, or just some light meals.
It is very important to know “why we do it”, “what we want to achieve”, and what heavy metal we really want to get rid of.
How to remove heavy metals from our body?
By analyzing the elements in the hair we can also detect the toxic heavy metals, if we have them in our body. Consequently, heavy metals from our organism can be extruded by providing trace elements, which are heavy metal antagonists.
An antagonistic relationship means that elements together fight, compete for place in our body, are capable of pushing each other out of our body.
If we supply the right trace elements in sufficient quantity, they will extrude heavy metals from their bodies – their antagonists.
How it does work?
An aluminum antagonist is iron.
Lead antagonists are calcium, magnesium and iron.
An antagonist of cadmium is zinc.
Certain universal heavy metal antagonist is selective. For example, with more mercury or arsenic in the body, we serve selenium. This means that on the basis of a biochemical examination, we can deliberately administer dietary supplements containing heavy metal antagonists to purify the body from heavy metals.
During the heavy metal antagonist supplementation, we should eat enough fiber or supply the fiber in the dietary supplements so that heavy metals can build on it in the intestine and we can easily remove it from the body. However, this is not a one-time cleansing, but we need supplements for several months to a year. Then we can perform a control analysis of the elements in our hair to see if we still have to continue with the supplementation.
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Once your health care provider finds out why you are forming stones, he or she will give you tips on how to prevent them. This may include changing your diet and taking certain medications. There is no “one-size-fits-all” diet for preventing kidney stones. Everyone is different. Your diet may not be causing your stones to form. But there are dietary changes that you can make to stop stones from continuing to form. Below are some tips.
Drink enough fluids each day.
If you are not producing enough urine, your health care provider will recommend you drink at least 3 liters of liquid each day. This equals about 3 quarts (about ten 10-ounce glasses). This is a great way to lower your risk of forming new stones. Remember to drink more to replace fluids lost when you sweat from exercise or in hot weather. All fluids count toward your fluid intake. But it’s best to drink mostly no-calorie or low-calorie drinks. This may mean limiting sugar-sweetened or alcoholic drinks.
Knowing how much you drink during the day can help you understand how much you need to drink to produce 2.5 liters of urine. Use a household measuring cup to measure how much liquid you drink for a day or two. Drink from bottles or cans with the fluid ounces listed on the label. Keep a log, and add up the ounces at the end of the day or 24-hour period. Use this total to be sure you are reaching your daily target urine amount of at least 85 ounces (2.5 liters) of urine daily.
Health care providers recommend people who form cystine stones drink more liquid than other stone formers. Usually 4 liters of liquid is advised to reduce cystine levels in your urine.
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Reduce the amount of salt in your diet.
This tip is for people with high sodium intake and high urine calcium or cystine. Sodium can cause both urine calcium and cystine to be too high. Your health care provider may advise you to avoid foods that have a lot of salt. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and other health groups advise not eating more than 2,300 mg of salt per day. The following foods are high in salt and should be eaten in moderation:
Cheese (all types)
Most frozen foods and meats, including salty cured meats, deli meats (cold cuts), hot dogs, bratwurst and sausages
Canned soups and vegetables
Breads, bagels, rolls and baked goods
Salty snacks, like chips and pretzels
Bottled salad dressings and certain breakfast cereals
Pickles and olives
Casseroles, other “mixed” foods, pizza and lasagna
Canned and bottled sauces
Certain condiments, table salt and some spice blends
Eat the recommended amount of calcium.
If you take calcium and magnesium supplements, make sure you aren’t getting too much calcium. On the other hand make sure you aren’t getting too little calcium and magnesium either. Talk with your health care provider or dietitian about whether you need supplements. Good sources of calcium to choose from often are those low in salt. Eating calcium and magnesium-rich foods or beverages with meals every day is a good habit. There are many non-dairy sources of calcium, such as calcium-fortified non-dairy milks. There are good choices, especially if you avoid dairy.
You can usually get enough calcium from your diet without supplements if you eat three-to-four servings of calcium-rich food. Many foods and beverages have calcium in them. Some foods and beverages that might be easy to include on a daily basis with meals are:
Magnesium rich foods
Magnesium is an extremely important mineral. It’s involved in hundreds of chemical reactions in your body and helps you maintain good health. Unfortunately, many people don’t reach the recommended daily intake of 400 mg . However, eating foods high in magnesium can help you meet the daily requirement.
Here are 10 healthy foods that are high in magnesium:
Dark Chocolate, Nuts, Whole Grains, Fatty Fish( salmon, mackerel and halibut), Avokados, Legumes, Seeds, Tofu, Bananas, Leafy greens.
Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables.
Eating at least five servings of fruits and vegetables daily is recommended for all people who form kidney stones. Eating fruits and vegetables give you potassium, fiber, magnesium, antioxidants, phytate and citrate, all of which may help keep stones from forming.
A serving means one piece of fruit or one potato or one cup of raw vegetables. For cooked vegetables, a serving is ½ cup. If you are worried you may not be eating the right amount of fruits and vegetables, talk to your health care provider about what will be best for you.
Eat foods with low oxalate levels.
This recommendation is for patients with high urine oxalate. Eating calcium-rich foods (see table above) with meals can often control the oxalate level in your urine. Urinary oxalate is controlled because eating calcium lowers the oxalate level in your body. But if doing that does not control your urine oxalate, you may be asked to eat less of certain high-oxalate foods. Nearly all plant foods have oxalate, but a few foods contain a lot of it. These include spinach, rhubarb and almonds. It is usually not necessary to completely stop eating foods that contain oxalate. This needs to be determined individually and depends on why your oxalate levels are high in the first place.
Eat less meat.
If you make cystine or calcium oxalate stones and your urine uric acid is high, your health care provider may tell you to eat less animal protein.
If your health care provider thinks your diet is increasing your risk for stones, he or she will tell you to eat less meat, fish, seafood, poultry, pork, lamb, mutton and game meat than you eat now. This might mean eating these foods once or twice rather than two or three times a day, fewer times during the week, or eating smaller portions when you do eat them. The amount to limit depends on how much you eat now and how much your diet is affecting your uric acid levels.
Changing your diet and increasing fluids may not be enough to prevent stones from forming. Your health care provider may give you medications to take to help with this. The type of stone and the urine abnormalities you have will help your health care provider decide if you need medicine and which medicine is best. Common medications include:
are for patients who have calcium stones and high levels of calcium in their urine. Thiazides lower urine calcium by helping the kidney take calcium out of the urine and put it back in the blood stream. When taking thiazides, you need to limit how much salt you take in, as these medications work best when urine sodium is low.
is for patients with calcium stones and low urinary citrate, and for those with uric acid and cystine stones. Potassium citrate makes the urine less acidic or more alkaline (basic). This helps prevent cystine and uric acid stones. It also raises the citrate level in the urine, helping to prevent calcium stones.
is frequently prescribed for gout, which is caused by high uric acid in the blood. Allopurinol not only lowers the level of uric acid in the blood but also in the urine, so it may also be prescribed to help prevent calcium and uric acid stones.
Acetohydroxamic acid (AHA)
is for patients who produce struvite or infection stones. These stones form because of repeated urinary tract infections (UTI). AHA makes the urine unfavorable for struvite stones to form. The best way to prevent stuvite stones is to prevent repeated UTIs caused by specific types of bacteria and to completely remove the stones with surgery.
Cystine-binding thiol drugs
are used only for patients who form cystine stones. These medications (d-penicillamine or tiopronin) bind to cystine in the urine and form a compound that is less likely than cystine to crystallize in the urine. This drug is used when other measures fail, such as raising fluid intake, reducing salt intake or using potassium citrate.
Vitamin supplements and kidney stones
should be used carefully as some can increase your risk of forming kidney stones. Your health care provider and a dietitian may be good sources of information about over-the-counter nutritional supplements.
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Skin allergies are the most common allergies in children. The second most common is food. Respiratory allergies, which are more common among older children, is the third most common.
Around the world we have seen an increase in cancer, asthma, allergies, inflammation and, most recently, the outbreak of SARS and avian viruses.
TiP.Cut out the confectionery, sweets and a sugar content in food. Add honey to food or drink.
Do not use a toxin home cleanaers. Restrict a stay in a smoky and dirty environment
Allergies occur when the body negatively reacts to certain substances.
These can include, but aren’t limited to:
In some cases, skin allergy symptoms show up when the skin comes into direct contact with an external substance. In other cases, the allergen may be ingested or inhaled. Signs may also appear in conjunction with other types of allergy symptoms, such as headaches, congestion, sneezing, and runny nose.
How can allergies affect your child’s skin?
If your child comes in contact with an allergen, they may develop contact dermatitis. Their skin may appear red, itchy, scaly, bumpy, swollen, they touch, inhale, or eat an allergen, they can also develop hives. These are raised welts that can develop on their skin, and they’re almost always itchy. Some children with allergies also develop eczema. This condition causes their skin to become inflamed, itchy, and irritated, even when they haven’t made contact with an allergen.
Treatment: You can treat allergic contact dermatitis by:
avoiding the irritant
applying prescription steroid cream
healing the skin with medications
taking antihistamines to relieve itching
How do you find out what your child is allergic to?
Sometimes all your doctor needs to do is take a good history to help decide what your child should avoid. A good history is where your doctor listens to your concerns, ideas, and expectations. Your child’s history may be enough for the doctor to help suggest what to eliminate first. Not all skin reactions are allergic reactions. Your doctor can help determine the cause of your child’s skin reaction.
If a test for allergies is needed, your doctor will usually do a patch test, or a skin prick test. The process involves the introduction of small amounts of allergens into the skin. If a reaction occurs, then your child may have an allergy to the substance. Your doctor will use various substances based on environment and family history. Sometimes a blood test is used for diagnosis, but these may be less accurate, particularly in very young children.
How do you manage skin allergies?
Skin allergies happen at any age, but the CDC says they are most common in young children. Thankfully, severity tends to decrease with age. But it’s still important to address any unusual skin changes in your child early before complications ensue. Proactive measures are important in preventing recurring skin allergy symptoms in your children. Even if a rash goes away, it can come back if your child is exposed to certain triggers again. The best way to treat these allergies is to detect the cause early and prevent it from getting worse. Work with a pediatrician to make sure your treatment addresses all of your concerns and issues.
About 1 in every 10 kids will develop eczema. Eczema, or atopic dermatitis, is an inflammatory skin condition characterized by red rashes that itch. It usually appears in children ages 1 to 5. Food allergies or environmental pollutants can cause eczema, but sometimes no cause is found.
Treatment: Standard treatment involves avoiding allergens and applying ointments and moisturizers. In extreme cases, your child may require prescription medication. Talk to your doctor if you suspect allergies. An allergist can help identify which allergens to avoid or which foods to eliminate.
How can you prevent allergic reactions?
The most effective way to prevent allergic reactions is to avoid allergens. Once you know what allergens your child is allergic to, ask their doctor how they can avoid them.
For example, if your child is allergic to grass, their doctor may encourage them to wear long pants and socks outside. If they’re allergic to dogs, their doctor may advise them to avoid petting them.
If they’re allergic to certain foods, their doctor will emphasize the importance of never eating them. For example, they will likely encourage you and your child to read ingredient lists, ask questions about restaurant menu items, and take steps to avoid contaminating dishes and cooking surfaces with allergens.
Our world is vastly different from that of our ancestors. While we are more aware of environmental pollution today than ever before, we can’t avoid it. We eat, breathe and live in our modern environment, making the ingestion of toxins a part of everyday life! Body Pollution (the pollution from the environment that enters our bodies) is exposing our immune systems to levels of chemicals, toxins, pollutants and other agents our bodies were never designed to absorb. The scary truth is that we are all ingesting these negative substances everyday in the food we eat, the water we drink and the air we breathe. Together, they weaken our immune systems and contribute to many of today’s most common diseases.
So what can we do to support and maintain a healthy immune system, and be better prepared to fight off environmental invaders? Daily supplementation with botanical extracts, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals and phytonutrients is a good start. By giving our bodies the daily nutrition it needs, we are providing the basic building blocks for a healthy and effective immune system.
Eating the foods high in zinc, Omega 3, Vitamin C, magnesium can be beneficial. Try botanical extracts /Intra Herbal Juice/, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals and phytonutrients ( Nutria) too.