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Arterial Cleansing: Dietary Guidelines
Even people at risk, or with diseased arteries, are reluctant to change their lifestyle and eating habits! "It's not so easy!" - they cry. Well, old habits die hard...
We now know, although not everybody agrees, that atherosclerosis can resolve if we quit feeding it with the meat-, dairy-, and sugar-based Western Diet, such as the S.A.D. (Standard American Diet). If you were to list the factors that increase the risk of heart disease and stroke - just about any illness - this diet has them all.
During the nutritional arterial cleansing, then, it is necessary to change eating habits and preferences by paying more attention to the foods you eat, namely their type, amount, and quality.
First of all, you should:
ELIMINATE or LIMIT:
ALL sugars such as
concentrated sweets: table sugar (sucrose), cane sugar, brown sugar, Turbinado sugar, Demerara sugar, powdered sugar, honey, syrups (especially high fructose corn syrup as a substitute sweetener for sucrose-table sugar added to fruit juices, sodas, and other beverages), preserves, molasses, jams, jellies, and candies
desserts-baked goods: pies, cakes, cookies, crackers, frosting, pastries, doughnuts, ice cream, frozen yogurt, and regular or sweetened gelatin
beverages: fruit juices, fruit drinks, fruit punches, regular sodas, carbonated pop, colas, ades, smoothies, sports drinks, sweetened coffee drinks, mocha, and chocolate drinks
other foods: sweetened cereals, flavored yogurts, and sports or energy bars
Alcohol such as
liqueurs (usually sweetened alcoholic liquors)
red meat, especially fried, changing it to broiled or roasted poultry (turkey, chicken), preferably free-range
dark green leafy vegetables. Green leafy vegetables also contain compounds known as thylakoids that trigger satiety signals in humans to help people regulate food intake, prevent weight gain, and promote weight loss.
Sugar is harmful to human health! Unfortunately, many people are actually addicted to sugar. This common phenomenon often is referred to as an intense desire to consume simple sugars, or a carbohydrate or sugar craving.
Ironically, sugar craving is believed to occur as a result of rapid rises and subsequent rapid falls in blood sugar which are caused by -- high consumption of carbohydrates.
In the typical diet of the USA population, the major contributing factors in sugar cravings include:
Soft drinks – their consumption is responsible for 33 percent of the total content of added (free) simple sugars
Sweetened grains (primarily breakfast cereals) – their consumption is responsible for 19 percent of the total content of added (free) simple sugars
Sweets/candy – their consumption is responsible for 17 percent of the total content of added (free) simple sugars
Fruit drinks – their consumption is responsible for 10 percent of the total content of added (free) simple sugars
Milk products – their consumption is responsible for 9 percent of the total content of added (free) simple sugars
It should be noted that carbohydrate (sugar) cravings may be also caused by metabolic and nervous system ailments such as hypoglycemia, obesity, bulimia, depression, seasonal affective disorder (SAD) and stress, especially due to worry, injury or disease.
Other possible causes of sugar (carbohydrate) cravings also include pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS) and candidiasis.
In order to free yourself of the physical addiction, complete avoidance of all sugar is necessary as only total abstinence can resolve the biochemical addiction.
During this transition, however, it is very important to eat every two-three hours to avoid symptoms of hypoglycemia. Otherwise, if you do not eat every 2-3 hours, your blood sugar may "crash" and you will feel horrible. Eating this way for several days (up to several weeks) is absolutely necessary!
Sugar is also a source of excess calories which are being turned into fat - usually, triglycerides, so the fat levels in the blood go up leading to... atherosclerosis.
Arterial Cleansing: Five Food Types to Absolutely Avoid
One of the simplest and most profound health improvements you can make is to eliminate soda from your diet.
The following foods are so bad for your body that there is no any reason to eat them. Not only do they have zero nutritional value, but they also give your body quite a dose of toxins.
fried in vegetable oils, therefore, high in trans fat (store-bought doughnuts contain 35-40 per cent trans fat!)
high in sugar (an average doughnut contains about 200-300 calories, mostly from sugar, and few other nutrients)
full of white flour (in most varieties).
Nutritionally speaking, eating a doughnut is one of the worst ways to start off your day. It will through off your blood sugar and won’t stay with you so you’ll be hungry again soon. You are better off eating no breakfast at all...
If you are a "popaholic," or if you are in the habit of drinking soft drinks, you jeopardize your arterial health.
2. Soda (both Regular and "Diet"):
high in sugar (one can of soda has about 10 teaspoons of sugar - 150 calories)
high in caffeine (30 to 55 mg of caffeine per one can of soda)
loaded with artificial food colors and sulphites
filled with harmful artificial sweeteners like aspartame - NutraSweet, Equal (in the "diet" varieties).
Nutritionally speaking, drinking soda leads to nutrient deficiencies, osteoporosis, obesity, tooth decay and heart disease; yet, the average American drinks an estimated 56 gallons of soft drinks each year (!)
Especially threatening is the consumption of soft drinks among children. Unfortunately, schools often make marketing deals with leading soft drink companies in exchange for their students’ health (most school hallways are lined with soda-filled vending machines!).
According to the US Department of Agriculture (USDA), most teenage males consume an average of 34 teaspoons (136 grams) of sugar per day, mostly from the soft drinks.
A study in an issue of The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism reveals how even moderate consumption of soft drinks causes “a rapid and prolonged elevation of plasma (blood) triglycerides,” also having a profound impact on hormonal balance, hunger, calorie intake, obesity and the risk of developing type 2 diabetes (TJCEM, 2004:Vol. 89, No. 6).
A soda every now and then that turns into a 7-Eleven's 32-ounce Big Gulp every day or a soda every few hours, is a trend no one can afford to follow.
3. French Fries (and Nearly All Commercially Fried Foods)
high in trans fat (potatoes cooked at high temperatures in vegetable oils)
high in free radicals harmful to the body
high in acrylamide (up to 82 mcg per serving), a potent cancer-causing chemical formed as a result of unknown chemical reactions during high-temperature frying or baking.
Nutritionally speaking, consuming foods that are fried in vegetable oils contributes to aging, clotting, inflammation, cancer and weight gain.
One French fry is worse for your health than... one cigarette, so you may want to consider this before you order your next ‘Biggie’ order.
4. Chips (Corn, Potato, Tortilla, etc.)
high in trans fat (present in most commercial chips)
high carcinogenic acrylamide (up to 25 mcg per serving).
contaminated with parasites and resistant viruses (they may not even be killed with high heat).
Eating these scavenger animals gives you with every bite a quadruple dose of toxins.
Arterial Cleansing: Food Types to Favour
Healthy living can reduce yur chance of heart disease (heart attacks, congestive heart failure, stroke) by over 80 per cent.
Re-educating and reprogramming your dietary habits is not actually hard to do - if you do it right. One good way to do that is to make your new food preferences delicious, and the experience fun, although this may require some preplanning.
In your journey to a better health, there are quite a few food types to favour.
As for beverages, drink mainly water. Among meats, fish is best, especially "safe fish," such as summer flounder, wild Alaskan salmon, Arctic char, croaker, sardines, haddock, and tilapia .
Then, dark green vegetables. Especially, the cruciferous vegetables (broccoli, cauliflower, collard greens, kale, mustard greens, turnip greens, Brussels sprouts) are foods to be favoured. The other, so-called "cooking greens" - i.e. not cruciferous - include beet greens, dandelion greens, spinach, and Swiss chard.
Are raw foods more nutritious than cooked foods? In general, yes, moderately so, as far as vitamins are concerned. However, the distinction between raw and cooked (but not "overcooked"!) foods is probably not worth making.
The goal of this journey to a better health is to devise each day's food intake so as to optimize nutrition and minimize calories from carbohydrates - grains, legumes, starches and, of course, sugars.
There can be "off" days when you eat something from your old habits, but these should gradually be decreased until only about every tenth day is an "off" day at home.
Arterial Cleansing: When Eating Out
Eating out should not be a major problem - do as you like. No fancy desserts, however, except, if you must, on the "off" day or when dining out. In general, if you eat out often, you must be somewhat restrictive.
But when dining out, concentrate mainly on the quality of the diet. For example, don't eat the white bread and butter most restaurant put on the table for you to nibble while you await the main course. Either don't choose a high-fat meat (roast duck, pork, or the like).
Look on the menu for items cooked without added fat: steamed, cooked in own juice, broiled, roasted, or poached would be okay. Avoid items sauteed, fried, braised, creamed, escalloped, pickled, or smoked.
In other words, concentrate on switching toward the highest possible quality of food. You will find it far easier to limit your calories if the quality is high - until you will become accustomed to a better quality diet.
Try your best to adapt to such a diet, or something like it. And don't give up too easily.
Arterial Cleansing: Advanced Eating Plan
Here are the optimal dietary guidelines that you should give serious consideration. At first, they seem hard to follow. However, you do not have to make yourself a social outcast with most of your family and friends, by following all recommendations to the letter.
Sugar (in ALL forms) - limiting sugar is CRITICAL!!!
Aspartame * (NutraSweet or Equal)
Sucralose ** (Splenda)
Trans fatty acids (all fried foods and margarine)
MSG - artificial chemical (may not be listed in ingredients)
All artificial preservatives and chemicals, if possible
* Aspartame - the technical name for the brand names, NutraSweet, Equal, Spoonful, and Equal-Measure - is the common food additive found in thousands of products such as diet soda, yogurt, and over-the-counter medicines. However, this sugar substitute – in fact, a chemical poison (neurotoxin) - should never been approved for consumption as it poses a public health threat. Aspartame accounts for over 75 percent of the adverse reactions to food additives reported to the US FDA. A few of the 90 (!) different documented symptoms caused by the components of aspartame include: headaches/migraines, dizziness, seizures, nausea, numbness, muscle spasms, weight gain (it actually increases appetite!), rashes, depression, fatigue, irritability, tachycardia, insomnia, vision problems, hearing loss, heart palpitations, breathing difficulties, anxiety attacks, slurred speech, loss of taste, tinnitus, vertigo, memory loss, and joint pain.
** Sucralose - a relatively new artificial sweetener (high-intensity sugar substitute; 50% sweeter than aspartame - but less toxic than aspartame), sold under the name Splenda™. It is non-caloric and about 600 times sweeter than sucrose (white table sugar), alredy used in a variety of products (in the United States, approved for the use in 15 food and beferage categories). However, sucralose is NOT proven safe; it does NOT provide any benefit to the public (only for the corporations making and using sucralose); it does NOT help with weight loss (on the contrary: it my stimulate appetite); it has NOT been shown to be safe for the environment, and, finaly, there are NO long-term (12-24 months) human studies on sucralose (similar to several years ago for aspartame). Its regular use may contribute to serious chronic immunological or neurological disorders.
Eat Less Fruit:
Sweet fruit (fresh and dried), such as grape (red and green), raisin, plum, fig, date, pineapple, apricot - high in sugar
Melons, such as cantaloupe, honeydew, watermelon - high in sugar
Banana, orange, grapefruit (red and white) to be avoided (high in sugar, contaminated with mold!)
Strawberry, raspberry, blueberry, cranberry, lemon, lime - OK, in moderation
ALL fruit juices - fresh and bottled
Eat More Vegetables:
Kale, kohlrabi, Swiss chard, spinach
Dandelion greens, mustard greens, collard greens, green and red cabbage, broccoli
Red and green leaf lettuce, romaine lettuce, endive
Chinese cabbage, bok choy, fennel, celery, cucumbers
Cauliflower, escarole, zucchini, brussel sprouts
Onions, tomatoes, peppers, parsley
Summary: The greener, the better. Once again, green leafy vegetables also contain compounds known as thylakoids that trigger satiety signals in humans to help people regulate food intake, prevent weight gain, and promote weight loss.
Iceberg and head lettuce: low nutritional value
Carrots and underground vegetables, especially beet roots - high in sugar
White or red potatoes, beets - high in sugar
Corn: popcorn, chips (it is a grain, not a vegetable; any food that has corn in top five ingredients)
Most grains - especially wheat (including durham flour and semolina), rye, barley
Lower other grains intake: rice (brown, short grain, and white), millet, spelt, kamut, oats, quinoa, teff, amaranth
Chewing gum (wastes digestive enzymes; source of sugar or artificial sweetener)
Have More Omega-3 Fatty Acids, DHA and EPA:
Cod liver oil - especially during the winter, early spring and late fall months
High quality fish oil - preferably in capsules (standard size 180 mg of EPA and 120 mg of DHA)
Organic flax seeds (not flax oil) - preferably freshly ground up, mixed with salads or vegetables
ALL vegetable seed oils - have LESS omega-6 fatty acids, with the exception of cold pressed extra virgin olive oil for salads only (for cooking or stir-frying use grape seed oil)
Drink Water Only:
Spring water or filtered
Well water is generally OK
Drink water at room temperature, not chilled or iced (shuts down the digestive system!)
Lemon and lime juice can be added intermittently for flavor change
Amount needed: ideally, one quart for every 50 pounds of body weight
Drink Vegetable Juices
Freshly processed vegetable juice (ALL fruit juices should be avoided!)
Green tea (very limited amounts as high fluoride content may cause problems)
Softened or distilled water
Coffee, tea, colas, diet drinks, store bought fruit juices
Milk, especially skim (get vitamin D from supplements or sun exposure; get calcium from green vegetables or supplements)
Meats, grass fed (not grain fed) REAL beef, poultry (chicken, turkey, ostrich, game meats (venison, buffalo, lamb)
Fish - with caution due to possible mercury contamination, preferably summer flounder, wild Pacific salmon, croaker, sardines, haddock, tilapia
Eggs - organic only, not scrambled (2-3 times per week)
Seeds - raw only: sunflower, pumpkin, sesame, flax
Nuts - raw only: cashews, Brazil nuts, walnuts, almonds, pecans (but in limited quantities)
Pork: ham, most bacon, pork roast and chops
Shellfish: shrimp, lobster, crabs, clams
Peanuts - and any food that has peanuts
Eat Beans and Legumes
In limited quantities - not complete protein source, high in carbohydrates
Soak beans (not lentils) for 48-72 hours
Rinsing every 12 hours
Cook them for 8-12 hours in a crock-pot
If canned - on occasion only (less nutritional value), from a health food store
All soy, unless fermented or sprouted
Tofu, isolated soy protein (ISP) - soy milk, soy protein powder, soy flour
Only miso and tempeh (fermented soy), and soy sprouts are acceptable - available in a health food store.
If You Don't Want or Need to Lose Weight...
The above diet outline will generally cause you to lose weight. However, if you do not want or need to lose weight you can increase your intake of the following foods:
low sweet fruits
long grain brown rice (if fried, with NO oil - as the rice structure changes, the rice sugar is released more slowly)
shredded unsweetened coconut (added to some of your meals to increase calories).
If You Are Smoking...
It is far more important to stop your sugar before you stop smoking. If you try to do both at once you will most likely fail to do either. Eventually, everyone should stop smoking, but it should be done in an optimal sequence.
All you need to do is to start implementing gradually the recommended dietary changes - and you will begin seeing miracles occur. Simply, do your best!
And remember, only YOU can change the food you put in your body to release the wonderful healing power within you.
Fish, especially fatty fish, such as mackerel, lake trout, herring, sardines, albacore tuna and salmon, are the main predominant source of omega-3 oils - the essential fatty acids, so named because without them we die.
More recent research has established that the most beneficial and active of omega-3 fatty acids found in fish are
DHA - short for docosahexaenoic (DOE-coe-suh-hex-uh-noy-ick) acid, and
EPA - short for eicosapentaenoic (EE-coe-suh-pent-uh-noy-ick) acid.
Unfortunately, it is estimated that over 85 per cent of people in the Western world are... deficient in beneficial omega-3 oils.
The major obstacle to any change is the "hardening or narrowing of the attitude," or - in other words - psychosclerosis. It is usually rooted in our fear of change.
Most probably, after so many years of being in a comfort zone (read: in love with your old dietary and lifestyle habits), you are ready to defend it against anything new or different. You will try to find any possible excuse to reject the need for a change.
As for arterial cleansing, you may use all your intelligence to find fault with this concept which is very different from the typical medical treatment and, therefore, easy to refuse.
If you really want to change then, you will need more flexibility in considering the "non-standard options." It may enble you to see more of what is possible for you - and to become less rigid in your ideas about:
Instead of dwelling on all the reasons why the nutritional arterial cleansing would NOT work for you, you will concentrate on why it would.
It all starts with changing our thinking from "whether" to "how." If you begin to focus on "how" you are going to protect and improve your arterial health, you will stop considering whether it is possible or not. In this way, your entire attitude toward your old, more comfortable dietary and lifestyle habits will begin to change for the better.
Remember, most of the time we get what we think about. So if you continually think in terms of the natural means, you are much more likely to succeed in achieving your goal which is to:
stop the progression of atherosclerosis naturally - as well as
cut your dependence on medications and surgery.
In other words, by overcoming psychosclerosis you will be able to overcome atherosclerosis with the nutritional arterial cleansing - supported by dietary and lifestyle changes - leading the way.
Artery Cleanse: Take Responsibility for Your Own Arterial Health
Don't give in, don't give up!
As contrary to standard medicine, atherosclerotic processes in the cardiovascular system can be halted and/or reversed nutritionally, arterial cleansing can be of great benefit to you. You can win this battle and you can get well again.
What sets it apart from conventional medical methods is that the nutritional arterial cleansing - by keeping atherosclerotic plaques in solution - helps to emulsify and wash them away safely and gradually. In other words, the nutritional method does NOT pull away "chunks of plaque" that could plug up the arteries further downstream!
Because, by definition, dietary supplements nourish and heal (never destruct!) - a characteristic which is not true for any medicine. It's no wonder, then, the nutritional arterial cleansing helps make the plaques disappear and, at the same time, prevents formation of new atheromas. That's how the body functions and works - by nourishing and healing itself in order to maintain homeostasis and prevent any damage to it.
So if you or a loved one is dealing with this atherosclerosis, it certainly can't hurt to add therapeutic levels of cardioprotective nutrients to your daily regimen.
As soon as you begin improving the flow of oxygen-dense and nutrients-dense blood in the entire cardiovascular tree, you will start experiencing, almost immediately - literally, within weeks ! - such positive changes as:
reduction of shaking/trembling in hands, and tingling in hands and/or feet, if any;
improved mental alertness, cognition and memory;
less need for sleep;
better vision, and even
better skin tone, resulting in a younger look.
The nutritional arterial cleansing - believe it or not! - can even help you improve your functional age (not the same as chronological age!) by adding more active years to your life.
First of all, however, the nutritional arterial cleansing can help you control the atherosclerosis risk factors, such as:
high blood levels of
complications of diabetes.
The nutritional arterial cleansing can help you avoid such consequences of atherosclerosis as:
coronary artery disease (leading to angina, heart attack, heart failure),
carotid artery disease (leading to stroke),
peripheral artery disease (pain in the lower limbs on walking, typically in the calf muscle, a condition called intermittent claudication, leading to foot gangrene and/or amputation),
restenosis (obstruction of bypass grafts and stents),
erectile dysfunction (in men),
mesentric ischemia (inadequate blood supply to the small intestine).
The nutritional arterial cleansing can help you avoid the risks of standard medical treatments such as:
vascular bypass (coronary, cerebral, peripheral),
The nutritional arterial cleansing can complement or - in some cases - even replace the invtravenous (IV) chelation therapy. It may also help cut your dependence on medications such as anti-cholesterol drugs, aspirin, blood thinners, diuretics, nitroglycerin, etc.
The nutritional arterial cleansing can also help rejuvenate arteries and prevent their premature aging. As the joy of life depends on a sound cardiovascular system, with the arterial cleansing formula and its long list of health benefits you have nothing to lose - and your arterial health to gain.
Who says, then, that the nutritional arterial cleansing does not work? Those, who think that micronutrients, vitamins and anti-oxidants are not necessary for our health and that optimum nutrition is not important.
Why do they think and act that way? Because they don't want to learn and just keep ignoring the impressive results - not only heard about, but also seen and experienced by people who have undergone the nutritional arterial cleansing.
Are you still wondering whether or not it can help you achieve the healthy life you so richly deserve?
Or maybe you're just making excuses and waiting for somebody to hand your arterial health over to you. If so, it's not going to happen. You've got to do it yourself by taking responsibility for your own health. If not, you may fall victim to the cariodvascular diseases that are taking so many lives away from so many people, even at the very moment you are reading this website. In other words, if you allow your body to succumb to atherosclerosis, you will greatly increase your chances of getting a heart attack, stroke, vascular dementia, or peripheral artery disease.
But if you explore with an open mind and heart the concept of nutritional arterial cleansing and apply it effectively in your life, it might help you - not absolutely but with a very high order of probability - to prevent, fight and reverse the inevitable effects of this ruthless killer.
It's not quite true that allopathic (drug) medicine is the only way to get well. It's just a myth, a moneymaking illusion created and constantly reinforced by the pharmaceutical industry and medical establishment. This popularly accepted myth, then, must be debunked and brought to an end. With CLAREVASA, we strongly believe that you can help to make it happen!
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