Truths about Neurosystem Health

Can sugar, diet or ‘’zero’’ drinks and certain foods affect my child’s brain and body?

July 9, 2018

Neurest Is a natural vitamin and amino acid supplement indicated to reduce hyperactivity, improve memory, concentration and focus whilst reducing the symptoms associated with stress, depression and anxiety. This unique and safe formula has been on the market for 20 years. Can sugar, diet or ‘’zero’’ drinks and certain foods affect my child’s brain and body? I am horrified when I look at parent’s food trollies in supermarkets. And more horrified when I look at their juice bottles. This is besides the yellow / preservative / artificial colourant-rich chips / snacks… My first child was a textbook case of what…

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Struggling with exam stress and concentration?

April 25, 2018

Struggling with exam- and other stress situations? Does your child struggle to concentrate? What happens during stress? Children, students, adults – there is a natural solution! Everybody needs a bit of stress to function. But just a little bit too much may cause debilitating symptoms, such as stress, feelings of not coping, depression, anxiety, inability to concentrate, fear for exams, sleeplessness and a vicious cycle of not feeling fresh the next day, not being able to perform at best (school or your job) and worries at night, which cause sleeping problems again. Studies in America have shown that stress might…

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Still tired after the holiday?

January 17, 2017

Still tired after the holiday?   Methylcobalamine may be the nutrient you need most-the Methylated form of B12 is what can be absorbed properly. Symptoms you may show? Iron and energy: vitamin B12 helps regulate folic acid (found in spinach and in our supplement Neurest) and helps to form red blood cells – for iron absorption  Food digestion: B12 is needed for proper digestion, food absorption, Struggle with fat? B12 helps with carbohydrate and fat metabolism. Nervous system & jittery restless legs: B12 needed for healthy nervous system-via nerve communication.             Depression:B12 is the most important nutrient! Longevity: B12 also…

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vitamin B12 deficiency new

November 22, 2016

Vitamin B12 deficiency For many years, I have noticed the difference in clientele, myself and family members/friends once they take extra B12. In supplement form the name is Neurest and for the past 8 years we work with a preservative free high dosage injectable where one drop gives 2500mcg B12 per injection. Today we know more on the science behind B-complex vitamins; It is at the prime root of all healthy cells. Going into biochemistry pathways we will see this everywhere in our metabolic pathways (brain, pancreas, colon, heart and more). It lies in the middle of a ring structure…

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Feeling low, tired, over stressed, over worked & struggle to study or concentrate?

August 20, 2016

Feeling low, tired, over stressed, overworked, overdone-even depressed and struggle to study for exams Neurest (20 years on the market) against a myriad of neurological system health conditions. You are going through a crisis at work, at home, or your children are. Suddenly the sun does not shine so bright when you wake up in the mornings…or the sun not shine at all. You may not feel like getting up in the mornings? Your child struggle to concentrate and study for exams – or he/she struggles with exam stress and panic!   A woman phoned me about her 2-year old…

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vitamin B therapy and endometriosis

June 29, 2016

http://peacewithendo.com/2013/09/importance-of-b-vitamins-for.html http://www.selfgrowth.com/articles/endometriosis_part_ii_how_to_treat_endometriosis_with_vitamins.html BENEFITS OF B VITAMINS FOR HEALING on endometriosis and women problems   Vitamin B and other vitamins against endometriosis   B1, B2, B3, B5 and B6 all support antioxidant activity. B1, B6 and B12 demonstrate anti-inflammatory effects. B1, B2, B5, and B6 are needed for ovarian hormones. Low intake of these B vitamins may slow down the ripening of the egg before conception, thereby negatively affecting fertility. B1, B2 and B6 assist liver enzymes with the removal of bad estrogens (big bonus for endometriosis). B1 plays a key role in the reproductive system as it enriches the lining of the uterus. B2 turns fat,…

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3. Sleeping well? All on high vitamin D levels (ZoëNIght) and more

April 27, 2016

Sleeping problems, High Vitamin D & more ZoëNight by Inner Fruits Omega-wise by Inner Fruits Lack of sleep has many ramifications, depending on your accumulated sleep debt. Short term, lack of sleep tends to have an immediate effect on your mental and emotional states. Calcium is still equated with strong bones and many of us know that calcium moves while we sleep and make us sleep well, but did you realise that only Vitamin D can make the calcium go?  If we are not in the sun for 20 minutes every day (with uncovered arms and neck), the vitamin D…

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2. Sleeping well? Eat Fish Once per week – to sleep! And more!

April 27, 2016

Sleeping well? Fish and our Brain Fish Once per Week  & More benefits of Fish and Fish oil (see link of this article also to ZoeNight and Omega-wise)   I recently read an article written by Dr Fred Pescatore rating fish as the world’s latest super food. So if you have to eat vegan only – at least go Omega-wise and get this oil from Inner Fruits very quickly!  Oils do not contain protein – so you should not fear heaving Omega-wise Fish oil. It is the protein which vegans do not want! But just read here, for that once…

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4. Be wise and get Omega-wise for the brain…. and more

April 25, 2016

Omega-3 Be wise and Get Omega-wise!   The nutrient preventing brain shrinkage, anxiety, forgetfulness and even loneliness! Since very young our brain shrinks, but round about 60 even more and fast! Brain cells disappear, and that is why memories can actually disappear as we age. Within days on Omega-wise this process may be reversed! Science has proven the value of omega-3 against dementia, Alzheimer’ s and even depression, mood disorders, schizophrenia, memory, learning, stress, ADHD, dyslexia, heart disease, atherosclerotic plaque in our arteries and burn out! At cellular level brain neurons need to communicate but the wall surrounding these neurons need…

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Yeasts linked to Alzheimer's, forgetfulness & Cancer

November 26, 2015

Alzheimer’s and Cancer linked to moulds, yeasts and “Candida”   Years ago when I was healed from Candida yeast infestation I started the healing vision at Inner Fruits, knowing that most chronic diseases may occur due the imbalance of good and bad microbes in the human body. This infestation starts in the small and large intestine and from there can take on different forms, even spreading through the circulation system and harbour in the brain (brain fog, left and right brain integration problems, ADHD, and memory which are all ‘side effects’ of yeast infestation). This imbalance is called ‘dysbiosis’ (read…

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What happens when we suffer from stress? exam stress?

October 4, 2015

What happens during stress?   Everybody needs a bit of stress to function. But just a little bit too much may cause debilitating symptoms, such as stress, feelings of not coping, depression, anxiety, inability to concentrate, fear for exams, sleeplessness and a vicious cycle of not feeling fresh the next day, not being able to perform at best (school or your job) and worries at night, which cause sleeping problems again. Studies in America have shown that stress might be a primary factor in over 75% of all illnesses.     During stress adrenalin is excreted, which commands physical changes…

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Twenty tips for better sleeping

July 23, 2015

Twenty tips for better Sleeping   Not feeling refreshed during the day? Not enjoying your work? Problem with memory? Libido, moods, weight?   Our brain also need to detox! Most of the brain detoxification processes, which includes removal of toxins (amiloid beta proteins, linked to Alzheimer’s) happens during sleep. Waste in the brain is flushed back into the circulatory system and detoxified by the liver. But sleeping disturbances hinder these processes and toxic free radicals may be fired in excess, causing neurons to die off.   How much sleep is enough for me? Many people need 8 hours per night,…

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Another neuro-system disease now linked to gluten intolerance

June 24, 2015

  For many years we proclaimed here at Inner Fruits, “There is a brain in the gut”     Researchers now propose link between gluten and another neurosystem disease, called ALS  – BY WILL BOGGS MD   What is ALS or Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis? ALS, or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and the spinal cord. A-myo-trophic comes from the Greek language. “A” means no. “Myo” refers to muscle, and “Trophic” means nourishment – “No muscle nourishment.” When a muscle has no nourishment, it “atrophies” or wastes away. “Lateral” identifies the areas…

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Alzheimer's and forgetfulness may be conquered.

June 24, 2015

The No or Less Carbohydrate LifeStyle so well-spoken of in the past 2 years, is not such a bad idea – to also protect against Alzheimer’s and forgetfulness   Article by Dr Mercola; No carbohydrates, no sugar 15 percent fruit sugar.   Main line of this article   Regenerate brain cells-regain memory and enhance brain growth hormone. Elevated blood sugar shrinks the brain. When the hippocampus shrink – memory declines. It is preventable and reversible. Do a higher fat and lower to low carb diet! The diet given to reverse epilepcy is now given against Alzheimer’s as wel (Raise levels…

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Can I be healed from tinnitus?

November 20, 2014

Let ‘ s look at Tinnitus (or hear what is said) Tinnitus is an annoying condition affecting the ears, which can seriously diminish a person’s hearing. A multitude of distracting sounds such as ringing, hissing and buzzing can be heard which are often maddening and interfere with daily life. Tinnitus often develops after exposure to loud noise, ear infections or injuries affecting nerve endings. Conventional medicine has no cure; however, there are certain holistic and natural treatments for tinnitus, as well as home remedies, that can alleviate its effects, making it easier to hear.   What are the causes of…

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Memory problems, sugar, animal cannibalism & Alzheimer's

August 1, 2014

The Alzheimer’s Epidemic Sugar, Animal cannibalism, Diet and Nutrients With the rate of loved ones, and not even the elderly only, but younger people getting this disease now, we all ask the question; What may cause Alzheimer’s and can I do something to prevent me and my loved ones ‘contracting’ this disease. It now appears that this disease is becoming the third leading cause of death, and right behind heart disease and cancer. Alzheimer’s is, since 2005, also called Type 3 Diabetes by a greater and growing body of researchers. The pathways which cause type 2 diabetes are similar to…

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Always on the edge? Our neurosystem impacts our whole being and who we are…

April 16, 2014

Our neurosystem and brain health impacts our whole being Are you always on the edge? Too often sad? Your mourning may be changed into dancing. Human nature may be an outflow of four neurosystem profiles, impacting who you are, why you act such in certain situations and how you choose, perceive and live out your call and how and why you enter and fill that specific job description. Do you feel as if you are always on the edge of burnout? You may be the dopamine profile and dopamine natures often push themselves too hard at work and burn out their edge.…

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Sleeping disorder may impact your weight

April 16, 2014

Sleep disorders and weight management by Dr. Mercola A majority of Americans are not getting enough sleep, and modern technology is in large part to blame. According to the 2014 Sleep in America Poll,1 53 percent of respondents who turn electronics off while sleeping rate their sleep as excellent, compared to just 27 percent of those who leave their devices on. Even children are becoming sleep deprived. The poll shows that 58 percent of teens aged 15-17 get only seven hours of sleep or less per night. Between 7 and 8 hours may be optimal for the average adult, but…

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Stay fit and healthy during your holiday

December 4, 2013

Good day All Herewith a little thingy that I penned for a Fitness and Lifestyle publication a few years ago that you may want to distribute among your members? MAINTAINING FITNESS WHILE ON HOLIDAY It’s that time of year again where your social calendar is chock- a –block full of parties, celebrations, braais and office festivities, not to mention the allure of that long-awaited festive season holiday. How can one maintain fitness when there is so much going on? Most of us exercise so diligently for 11 months of the year, building up fitness, losing weight, toning muscles and improving…

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Check yourselves for Alzheimer's disease

October 1, 2013

This could be an early indication of Alzheimer’s There are approximately 18 million Alzheimer’s sufferers worldwide and the number may soon rise to 30 million in six years or so. Want to check whether you may fall into the ‘endangered species’ category? Alzheimer’s symptoms are not always just the age – related memory loss. There may be more to it. Hereby eight signs that could be warning you to look into possibility of getting Alzheimer’s: Your job is affected by your memory loss – Alzheimer’s is not forgetting where you put your keys but more so as to how you…

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Is your child's brain starving?

October 1, 2013

Is my child’s brain starved?   Research has proven that omega fatty acids, and especially the DHA part is needed for the developing brain in kids, for developing minds and for all ages. Eyes and the brain really need omega 3 and not flax oils. Taking flax oil needs a lot of conversion from the one part in the metabolic pathway to the other, in forming DHA and the prostaglandins protecting us from pain.   Respons in taking Omega-wise may be from 3 weeks to months. The oils become part of the cell walls and make the body cells to…

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Still thinking caffein is harmless?

April 21, 2013

If you thought caffeine was harmless, you’re about to change your thinking. www.hacres.com Not only has it been used to create an “energy drink” market, caffeine is now available in Wrigley chewing gum. It’s being touted “for adults who are already using caffeine for energy,” according to a Wrigley spokesperson. Okay, wait a second… When exactly did caffeine become a source of energy? Do you recall Coca-Cola or coffee being called an “energy drink” back in the day? Neither do we. If you want energy, have a coconut oil-stuffed medjool date or a banana or something. Caffeine is not a…

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Coffee and energy drinks

April 21, 2013

If you thought caffeine was harmless, you’re about to change your thinking. by www.hacres.com Not only has it been used to create an “energy drink” market, caffeine is now available in Wrigley chewing gum. It’s being touted “for adults who are already using caffeine for energy,” according to a Wrigley spokesperson. Okay, wait a second… When exactly did caffeine become a source of energy? Do you recall Coca-Cola or coffee being called an “energy drink” back in the day? Neither do we. If you want energy, have a coconut oil-stuffed medjool date or a banana or something. Caffeine is not…

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Is Ritalin's days counted?

September 18, 2012

Son died from usage of Ritalin Dear friends,  When I got the news that one of my son’s 18 year old friends who was also prescribed Ritalin, is lying in a coma in hospital after a heart attack. I decided to place this information on a circular. Although this mail is not intended to start a smear campaign against medication, I strongly advise that you read this information if you intend to put your child on medication before you make your decision. Having all the information may cause you to take a different approach.Gina Wearne   http://www.drugs-forum.com/forum/showwiki.php?title=Methylphenidate Methylphenidate (Ritalin, Concerta) is…

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Depression, Pre-menstrual depression, Winter depression and more

August 22, 2012

Depression, pre-menstrual tension (PMT), winter depression and stress/sleeping/anxiety syndrome. As I read in Die Burger this morning on how to beat PMT with food and supplements I realise again the horror road which I had to take myself, in order to help others today. Periodic bouts of feeling low started in high school years, and more so in my twenties. It was an on-going road of very low before the menstrual cycle starts, and during periods of work and general life stressors those feelings of low became an on-going -sugar-linked depression. Thanks to an inquisitive mind I noticed patterns and…

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vitamin B12 in methylated form

August 5, 2012

Health Benefits of Vitamin B12 in supplement form and injectable A Capsule per day keeps old age away! Methylcobalamine, Cancer, Heart health and Neurosystem health.  Per Suzanne Somers book called KNOCKOUTVitamin B12 plays a role in minimizing carcinogenic load in the body. Methylated vitamin B12 aids in stress reduction and manufacturing of more cancer-fighting 2- methoxyestradiol. We can take natural supplements to help the body manufacture 2-methoxyestradiol. For example MethylB12, SAM-e and methylfolate. These 3 supplements will help the body increase it’s own anticancer 2-methoxyestradiol.  Even in very tiny amounts 2methoxyestradiol inhibits the growth of uterine fibroid cells. So not only…

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Natural support for depression, stress, tiredness – a plan proved for the past 14 years!

May 17, 2012

Inner Fruits Natural Neurosystem programme The following is extracted from my book, “Truths about Neurosystem Health” Stress, depression, anxiety, sleeplessness and chronic tiredness syndrome   Everybody needs a bit of stress to function. But just a little bit too much may cause debilitating symptoms, such as depression, anxiety, sleeplessness and a vicious cycle of not feeling fresh the next day, not being able to perform at best (school or your job) and worries at night, which cause sleeping problems again. Studies in America have shown that stress might be a primary factor in over 75% of all illnesses. During stress…

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Can you child sit still and concentrate?

January 21, 2011

Much affects brain function (As published in “Tygerburger News Paper” in 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 and statistical manual, children who are merely behaving as kids, are being labeled and categorized as being ADD/ADHD. This behavior has risen from 2 % in the past decade to as high as 25 % in some populations.…

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Jou Toebie nie so goed vir jou nie!

October 28, 2010

Health Matters deur Suret Morkel – gepubliseer in Die Tygerburger, Woendsdag, 25  Maart,2005 Ons brein kan in ‘n toestand van sub-kroniese siekte wees en dit van ‘n 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 genoegsame DHA vlakke (‘n omega-3 vetsuur wat in visolie en sade voorkom) is nodig vir ‘n gesonde hart en brein. Dr. Carl Albrecht het onlangs weer in Die Burger die gesondheidsgevaar van margarine vir hartsiektes, inflammasie, diabetes en brein-gesondheid beklemtoon. Die…

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Truths About Neurosystem Health – Health Matters

April 14, 2010

Truths about Neurosystem Health (Book III of V detox books) More children today are given drugs in order to help with concentration and learning. A very high percentage of people are on anti-depressants, sleeping tablets and anti–anxiety medicine. A higher percentage of people enter old age in senility wards, suffering from Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and dementia. I believe these ‘neurosystem related’ problems are preventable through good care of body, soul and spirit. Health promoting and disease promoting substances enter our bodies each moment of the day and this impacts our neurologocal system as well. For many years I have looked into helping clientele…

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Energy boosters – tired? stressed? depressed?

October 5, 2009

Natural Energy Boosters   1. Candida yeast imbalances and parasites (dysbiosis) contribute to tiredness. Take Micro-sweep and AB-lactics for a 1-3 month period, whilst following our detox diet plan. 2. Detox diet plan (1-3 months, thereafter maintenance energy diet plan)  book – Truths About Detoxification I 3. Neurest is a phenomenal all natural supplement containing only vitamins, minerals and amino acids – together natural sources of serotonin and opioids are formed, which protect and help you against tiredness, stress, depression, anxiety, compulsive eating/drinking and more. read more. 4. Care for your pancreas. Sugar regulation going havoc? Tired you will be. Follow our…

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Think of boosting the brain

June 22, 2009

Think of boosting the brain The Tygerburger, Wednesday 9 February 2005(Health Matters)   Do you find it hard to think clearly? Does your child struggle to focus, concentrate and remember? A silent epidemic is spreading nowadays — and not only amongst the elderly. A too high incidence of lethargy, chronic fatigue, brain fog, ADD/ADHD (attention span problems and hyperactivity), confusion, short term memory problems, dementia, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. Brain allergies may be a result of sensitivity to substances in the normal western diet: sugar, cows’ milk, gluten or preservatives (MSG, tartrazine). The use of aluminium cooking pots, aerosol sprays containing…

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Val jy dalk in suikerlaagte

June 22, 2009

Val jy dalk in suikerlaagte? Die Tygerburger, Woensdag 4 Augustus 2004 SUIKERFLUKTUASIES — hoog na laag — mag die oorsaak wees vir wisseling van hoë en lae bloeddruk, chroniese moegheid, depressie, angs, hiperaktiwiteit en belustigheid vir soetgoed. Ons bloedsuikervlakke en beskikbaarheid van die insulienhormoon bepaal of daar brandstof in ons selle is vir energieproduksie. Insulien is ons reisagent ( “travel guide”) wat suiker vergesel deur die bloedstroom en dan met behulp van sleutels die seldeure oopsluit, sodat glukose kan ingaan. Disharmonie tussen die werking van die pankreas, afgeskeide insulien en sleutels tot seldeurlaatbaarheid mag diabetes tot gevolg hê. Tipe 1-diabetes…

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Healthy food fights age

May 21, 2009

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 – ‘A brain in the gut’. Acid balance in our intestines, blood and cells and good absorption affects continuous detoxification processes and youthfulness. Skin wrinkling from the outside, as well as the inside, can e dealt with through intake of essential fatty acids (EFA’s), zinc…

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Brain and Heart Health and the Margarine Controversy

May 21, 2009

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 DHA levels (omega-3 fatty acid that is found in fish oil and seeds) are necessary for a healthy heart and brain. Recently in the Burger, Dr Carl Albrecht again emphasized the health risks pertaining to margarine and heart disease, inflammation, diabetes and brain health. The…

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Much affects Brain Function

May 21, 2009

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 and statistical manual, children who are merely behaving as kids, are being labeled and categorized as being ADD/ADHD. This behavior has risen from 2 % in the past decade to as high as 25 % in some populations. The well-known scheduled medication for ADHD has…

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Eet Eksamenstres Weg

May 21, 2009

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 nie slegs ‘n negatiewe effek op ons gesondheid nie (hooikoors, allergieë, infeksies, slym in bors), maar kan ons ook hiperaktief maak en ons konsentrasie-vermoëns beï nvloed. Ons kinders het hulpmiddels nodig vir beter punte aan die einde van die jaar. Verwyder alle allergene uit die…

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Jou Toebie eintlik Sleg vir Jou

May 21, 2009

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 genoegsame DHA vlakke (‘n omega-3 vetsuur wat in visolie en salm voorkom) is nodig vir ‘n gesonde hart en brein.   Kroniese gesondheidskondisies soos sinus, buik probleme, gewig, vel probleme en kroniese infeksies mag ‘n gevolg wees van gluten sensitiwiteit. Die margarine-debakel is een van…

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

May 21, 2009

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 suffer heart attacks every 24 hours. Malfunction of the circulatory system kills more people than cancer, injuries and other diseases. Eight times more women die from heart disease than from breast cancer. One research worker mentions in his book how vitamin C aids in collagen…

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Food may Determine Mood

May 21, 2009

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 when they relax on weekends — type A personalities who work too hard! Mood swings may be due to deficiencies of certain nutrients (vitamins, minerals, amino acids, enzymes), to intolerance towards foods and foodstuffs (preservatives tartrazine, MSG- and colourants), to sugar regulation problems and to…

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Reverse Biological Age

May 20, 2009

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 capacity, percentage body fat, strength, immune system and thyroid levels. The key to slower ageing is cellular and hormonal communication and to the greatest extent lies with insulin resistance, and a balanced supply of thyroid hormones, for this affects all the biological markers of ageing.…

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Fight Dementia with Diet

May 20, 2009

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 and actually have senile dementia. They wrote (“Smart Nutrients, 1994”) that senile dementia may occur due to depression, pernicious anaemia (vitamin B12 absorption problem), iron deficiency, constricted arteries, multiple strokes, thyroid disorders, nutritional deficiencies, allergies, candidiasis, syphilis and heavy metal toxicity. Both doctors treated their…

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Griep-vaksine kan tot demensie lei

May 12, 2009

< ![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 het ek dit in my eie familie gesien.    

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