Archive for May 2009

Raw Foods fill that void

Raw Food fill that ‘void’ and constant cravings Did you know it is possible to suffer from nutrient starvation today? Your cells may be ‘void’ of life energy -and this may be due to your diet, not containing sufficient raw and fresh food!   Raw Food contain: 1. Live enzymes 2. Lots of minerals (especially potassium) which…

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The Voice of the One – Yielding Fruit Every Month – Rev 22:2

< ![CDATA[ Yielding Fruit Every Month My daughter said to me on Tuesday, “Mom, ask the Lord what is His plan in your business for this month.” I prayed on Wednesday morning, opened the Word, and God showed me our practice logo, “Rev 22:2 ‘ The leaves of the tree were for the healing of…

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There is a Way

There is a Way This morning I heard the Voice of the One  – crying out in the Desert of Economic recession – “There is a way”. Ek weet hierdie woord is ‘n bevestiging van wat Vader reeds vir jou gegee het. Dit het my ook so gestig vanoggend op ‘n vraag wat ek vir Hom gevra…

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‘Bowel gardening’ is a must’

The Tygerburger, Wednesday 6 April 2005 One day the body organs had a meeting to determine which was the most important part of the body (from the book Cleansing the body and colon for a happier and healthier you, Schumacher and Lund, 1987). The brain was the first to speak: “Without me, nothing would be accomplished.”…

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Apnoea needs to be watched

The Tygerburger, Wednesday 27 Julie 2005 The word apnoea means “without breath”. Sufferers of apnoea actually stop breathing for up to two minutes at a time. If you or your spouse are affected by sleep apnoea you may be exposed to a higher risk of heart complications, for the heart as well as the brain…

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Are you lipid wise?

The Tygerburger, Wednesday 29 September 2004 Dr Barry Sears writes in his recent book on omega-3 fish oil: “Lipids are fancy words for fats, and working with lipids is not sexy at all, as it stinks”. He regards this as the reason why so few people did research on fish oil. Fish oil was already…

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Bloedsuikervlakke dalk rede vir “laagtepunte”

The Tygerburger, Woensdag 11 Augustus 2004 Suikerskommelinge – hoog na laag – mag die oorsaak wees vir wisseling van hoë en lae bloeddruk, chroniese moegheid, depressie, angs, hiperaktiwiteit en ‘n lus vir soetgoed. Ons bloedsuikervlakke en beskikbaarheid van die insulien-hormoon bepaal of daar brandstof in ons selle is vir energieproduksie. Insulien is ons “reisagent” wat…

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Bloed se pH kan Lewe Versuur

The Tygerburger, Woensdag 19 Mei 2004 Ons bloed kan vergelyk word met ‘n swembad. As ons swembad se suurgehalte reg is, is die water skoon en helder. Sodra daar ‘n pH-verskuiwing plaasvind, groei alge en parasiete in die swembad, en so ook in die liggaam. Sodra ‘n pH-verskuiwing plaasvind weens onderstaande redes, is daar wanabsorpsie…

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Is acid breaking your bones?

Acid can sour up your life Die Tygerburger, Wednesday, 24 January 2007 (Health Matters) Is acid breaking your bones? Acidity, osteoporosis and calcium: An increasing percentage of people get osteoporosis, a disorder where bones become porous, brittle, and subject to fracture. This is mostly due to the loss of calcium, phosphorus, and a lack of…

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Healthy food fights age

Healthy food fights age Die Tygerburger, Wednesday, 21 February 2007 (Health Matters) Why do some people age better than others? Our grandchildren should enjoy us well into old age. Research workers like Metchnikoff (1905) and Gerswin, postulated how the intestinal flora and intestinal flora and intestinal flora and intestinal health contribute to digestion and longevity…

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Check the label for MSG

Check the label for MSG Die Tygerburger, Wednesday, 21 March 2007 (Health Matters) Monosodium Glutamate (MSG) Is a food additive that enhances flavour. Negative side efffects were found when MSG was injected into mice.Triple amounts of insuline was produced. Some mice had reactinos similar to heart attacks. MSG derivatives, such as glutamate, caused brain lesions…

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The sweet dangers of sugar

The sweet dangers of sugar Wednesday, Die Tygerburger, 16 May 2007 People are consuming sugar in increasing amounts, not knowing how dangerous it is. A hundred years ago the average intake per person per year was 2 kg, and now it is 80 kg! Sugar is a nutritionally deficient, fibreless, dead food. The refinery process…

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Eat right to beat cancer

Eat right to beat cancer – Health Matters The Tygerburger, Wednesday June 13, 2007   Cancer (tumour) cells are normal cells that started to grow abnormally and out of control. One out of four deaths today comes from cancer. It kills more children between the ages of 3 and 14 than any other disease.  …

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Brain and Heart Health and the Margarine Controversy

Our brain can be in a condition of sub-chronic illness and this can be caused from our daily bread! Not only do we know that gluten in bread can cause brain allergies but also that margarine can cause all sorts of health problems. Proper blood supply, stable blood sugar levels, enough neuro-transmitters and the correct…

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Much affects Brain Function

The Tygerburger, Wednesday 23 Junie 2004 Can your child sit still and concentrate? Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is, according to the American Psychiatry Association, a recent “disease” that afflicts almost 5 million Americans, mostly boys. Previously this so-called disease was called hyperactivity or over-activity. Now, according to their diagnostic…

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Prevention better than Cure

The Tygerburger, Wednesday 4 July 2004 With winter colds and flu around us and foreign viruses and bacteria seeking new playground, is there really a natural option? How do we go about upper respiratory tract infections without antibiotics and cortisone? The use of antibiotics may cause monster, drug-eating, super bugs to develop and each decade…

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We Tend to Forget Parasites and Candida yeast

  One of our Top ten Health Matters Articles The Tygerburger, Wednesday 17 November 2004 Do you struggle with chronic health conditions? Di you know that Parasites and yeasts (Candida) are often a missing diagnosis when people struggle with chronic disease, cancer, bowel problems, a weak immune system and even recovery from glandular fever or…

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Detox Can Help Lose Weight

DieTygerburger, Wednesday 8 Desember 2004 “I pick up weight when I eat a slice of bread.” “I eat so little and yet I cannot lose the extra kilos“, or “I never had weight problems and the past year my weight is like a yo-yo -more up than down.“ Sometimes it is not only about what…

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Eet Eksamenstres Weg

Die Burger, Woensdag 17 Desember 2004 Die tyd van die jaar is menige ouer net so gestres soos ons kinders wat moet studeer en eksamen skryf. Hoeveel van ons weet dat ons brein se helderheidsfunksie ook beïnvloed word deur dit wat ons eet en dit wat ons nie inneem nie? Soetgoed en gepreserveerde koeldranke het…

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Feed Baby Well in the Womb

The Tygerburger, Wednesday 19 January 2005(Health Matters) Children are an innocent gift from God and we have an awesome responsibility to treasure and nurture them, even before conception. Do we realize that Mom and Dad ‘ s drinking habits (wine) at conception may result in a retarded baby? Improper diet, allergies for cow’s milk and…

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Jou Toebie eintlik Sleg vir Jou

The Tygerburger, Woensdag 9 Maart 2005     Ons brein kan in ‘n toestand van sub-kroniese siekte wees en dit van jou daaglikse broodjie. Nie net weet ons nou al dat gluten in brood brein-allergieë veroorsaak nie maar ook dat margarine kan bydra tot allerlei gesondheids probleme. Behoorlike bloedtoevoer, stabiele bloedsuikervlakke, genoeg neuro-oordraagstowwe (senu-boodskappers), en…

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Don't put Blame on Grandpa (on Heart Disease)

The Tygerburger, Wednesday 4 May 2005 In the book The China Study a respected scientist, Dr Campbell, writes in his chapter ‘Broken Hearts’: “By the time you have finished reading this page, four Americans will have had a heart attack and another four will have fallen prey to stroke or heart failure.” Three thousand Americans…

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Food may Determine Mood

The Tygerburger, Wednesday 1 June 2005   Some people experience late afternoon blues, others have day-today mood changes, blue Mondays or seasonal mood swings. A doctor, Walter Alvarez (1920), found that his blue Mondays occurred because his family was rich enough to have chicken every Sunday. Some people may get migraine headaches or mood swings…

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We have friends on our side (The Probiotic Bacteria)

The Tygerburger, Wednesday 29 June 2005 Probiotic means “for life” and probiotic bacteria are friendly flora (lactobacilli) found naturally in our intestines. We get them from breast milk, from the intake of AB-fortified yoghurt and in supplement form. They, as well as other lactobacilli, have been proven to play an enormous role in human health,…

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Fresh Juice and Raw Food Fasting (Faculties are Made Sharper with Hunger)

The Tygerburger, Wednesday 13 Julie 2005 This article is slightly changed. Why do most people take better care of their car than their own bodies? Fasting is virgin territory for many people who spend their life “clouded” and need to improve overall physical, mental and spiritual health.  I can only talk ‘good’ about fasting, both in the…

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What do we Feed our Children?

The Tygerburger, Wednesday 24 August 2005 What are we feeding our children? Our children’s eating patterns have an effect on their wellbeing, their ability to concentrate, their immunity and their protection from obesity, lethargy and mood swings. Too many children today show pre-diabetic and diabetic symptoms. Do we realize that a tin of fizzling cool…

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Ten Reasons why we simply cannot Consume Sugar

The most popular DEAD, FIBERLESS, and good-for-nothing KILLER food of our day is refined SUGAR! However, it is not a food substance at all, but rather a dangerous poison. It is consumed by almost everyone on a daily basis, and yet it does horrible things within the body. The only sugar God designed our physical…

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Problem of the Right Mix – Medicines, Food and Side-effects

The Tygerburger, Wednesday 16 November 2005 Ever wondered why the medicine does not make any difference to your health? Dr Jan van Elfen wrote years ago in “Die Burger” about the effects of certain foods taken with certain medicine. Tetra cyclines antibiotics (with the exception of doxicycline), for example, may not be taken with milk…

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Re-think Fruit Diet Only

The Tygerburger, Wednesday 22 February 2006 Essie Honiball, (81 years young in 2006) completed her latest book in 2005, “A Fruit eater is born”. In 1958 her body was “like a diseased plant after I got tuberculosis”, and on a fruit-only diet her health improved slowly. She strongly believes that this diet, daily breathing exercise,…

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Medicinal Plants Heal

The Tygerburger, Wednesday 22 March 2006 Dr. Ben-Erik Van Wyk writes in his book “Medicinal plants of the World” that disorders are sometimes so complex that revealing pain or discomfort (symptomatic treatment), in order to improve quality of life, is often better than the usage of mainstream medicine. Modern allopathic medicine aims at developing a…

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Genesis 1:29 Diet – Origin of Plant Medicine

The Tygerburger.  April 19, 2006. In Genesis 1:29 God gave humans the diet for eternal life: “Every herb that yields seed, and every tree, in which is the fruit…” Vegetables were added after man left the paradise of fruit and herbs (Gen 3:18 – King James). Egyptians started 4 500 years ago to document on…

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Yarrow has Many Benefits

The Tygerburger, Wednesday 19 May 2006   Yarrow, known as soldier’s wound wort (knight milfoil), nose bleed, carpenter’s herb and duisendblad is a hardy perennial, ornamental herb from the family Compositae. It likes sun and grows in meadows and pastures, by road? Sides and paths, smells lovely and attract butterflies to our gardens. Achillea mille…

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Reverse Biological Age

The Tygerburger, Wednesday 14 June 2006 Would we not all like to live longer, look and feel better, sharpen our minds and memories, increase our stamina, enhance sexual performance and reduce age-related diseases? We cannot change our chronological age, but we can reverse our biological age, by monitoring our body’s insulin levels, glucose tolerance, aerobic…

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Watch your Water Intake

The Tygerburger, Wednesday 12 July 2006 Ever thought that water, or the lack of it, could be the reason that you have no energy and crave sweet things? None of the trillions of cells in our bodies can function without water, for our DNA helix is kept intact by H²O molecules – we are 70% water…

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Gallstones – How to Detoxify the Natural Way

Gallstones – How to Detoxify the Natural Way The Tygerburger, Wednesday 9 August 2006(Health Matters)   To eliminate gallstones, mixtures of Epson salts, water, olive oil and freshly squeezed grapefruit juice are taken over an 18-hour period. You may excrete hundreds of softened stones the next day, without any pain. Prevention is better than cure:…

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Gluten May Be the Culprit

Mrs. D suffered for 45 years from a chronic skin inflammation. Only when following an elimination and gluten free diet, was she freed of a devastating ‘life-long’ condition. Pathology tests may confirm gluten and/or gliadin sensitivities. Have regular detoxification and restoration of the intestinal lining (to prevent food from leaking into the blood system, and…

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Fight Dementia with Diet

Die Tygerburger, Wednesday, 4 October 2006 Dr Alois Alzheimer identified Alzheimer’s in patients in 1907 as plaque formation on nerve endings. It causes memory loss, mental problems, disorientation, confusion, depression, sleeping problems and ultimate loss of control over bodily functions. According to Drs Abram Hoffer and Morton Walker forty percent of Alzheimer’s patients are misdiagnosed…

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Vegans not so way out

Vegans not so way-out (Health Matters)   Die Tygerburger, Wednesday 01 November 2006 From childhood we are taught to eat our meat and drink our milk, for these are sources of protein. Yet vegans in contrast to vegetarians do not even have eggs or cheese. How do they cope regarding protein needs? Roger Williams, biochemist…

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Beat those Nasty Smells

The Tygerburger, Wednesday 19 October 2005 Volatile hydrogen sulfide compounds, smelling similar to feedlots and barnyards, are partly responsible for the offensive smells of a bad breath – fortunately in low levels not detectable by the human nose. Yeasts can coat our tongues, especially after a course of antibiotics, and not brushing our teeth regularly…

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A Herb with Many Uses

The Tygerburger, Wednesday 14 December 2005 The Latin for Salvia means “to enjoy good health, to cure or to save (salvation).” Salvia officinalis, in the vernacular called sage, is generally known as the prince of herbs. Some varieties have lovely red flowers, like pineapple sage or S. elegans. The golden variety (S. variegata) has a mild flavour and…

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An old herb still working – Chamomile

The Tygerburger, Wednesday 21 September 2005 I recently came into contact with two women from a township in Cape Town who is working predominantly with herbal teas in their health consultancy. We communicated for many years and I must admit – health is not so complicated at all. I personally tested chamomile tea for digestive…

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What does “The Truths About Detoxification” mean to you?

The “Truths About Detoxification” means that when we detox our bodies, the “Detox Diet” needs to be accompanied with the correct health plan where unwelcome microbes (yeasts and parasites) are killed and swept out of our bodies (Micro-sweep), and friendly bacteria (which died after your first course of antibiotics) need to be put back into…

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Testimonies Neurest

  NEUREST (60 caps) vegetal 500 mg/capsules     Neurest is a powerful all natural supplement combining B vitamins, amino acids (DL-phenylalanine and glutamine), folic acid, chromium, MSM with co-factors such as calcium, magnesium and vitamin A. Neurest helps restore neurotransmitters depleted by emotional and mental stress, therefore our body has the freedom to function…

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Griep-vaksine kan tot demensie lei

< ![CDATA[ Die Burger 4 Mei 2009 Hoera aan Tobie Brummer vir sy brief (DB , 04.05.09). Hy skryf oor bloekomolie wat gewis die griepvirus keer. Ek maak kapsie teen die griep-vaksine, want nie alleen word dit uitgestippel op baie webtuistes dat die thimerosal en aluminium kan bydra tot demensie en Alzheimer se siekte nie, maar…

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Re-think fruit only diet

< ![CDATA[ ESSIE HONIBALL (81 years young) completed her latest book in 2005, A fruit eater is born. In 1958 her body was “like a diseased plant after I got tuberculosis”, and on a fruit-only diet her health improved slowly.  

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