Heart Of Life RECIPE
heart doeth good like medicine....Guard well thy heart for from it flows the
wellsprings of life...no truer words have been spoken...yet today people are
having heart illnesses from a country that at one time never had this issue.
That in 1930 when a german doctor came to the USA with his electrocardiogram,
the medical field told him" find another line of work" To a point
today we are having open heart surgery, and giving people drugs that are
totally unnecessary GET RID OF SUGAR, processed pasteurized, and
packaged. What has been found out that sugar causes all the issues that
are problematic to the arteries , as well blood vessels, pancreas, thyroid ,
and feed a host of fungus yeast and cancer. This impacts the heart as well, the
one thing sugar will do is convert into a fat that will cause inflammation, and
blockages in the arterial walls, and eventually target the heart. What can we
do to avoid the "MEDICAL MANIA" on cutting you open, or hooking you
on a drug. Does diet play a role? does life styles? does emotional, or
spiritual issues play a role? the answer is yes but maybe in not the way you
may think. Eating foods that are fat free will actually make your heart weaker,
and less effective, you need cholesterol, but where cholesterol can be a factor
is if cholesterol starts to break down, there are things to take as a
preventative to keep cholesterol flowing and to be utilized as it should, such
as bay leaf, rosemary,
thyme, oregano, sage, vitamin E ( soy free) l carnitine, egg yolk lecithin,
beta carotene, alpha lipoic acid, CQ10, garlic , ginger, black and red
peppers, teas such as a green tea, hawthorn berry, red wines, proline, taurine,
arginine, and again taking in things that are chemical or hormonal free.
Foods that can also support the heart are Butter,
Olive oils, Safflower oils Walnut oils, Sesame oils ( unroasted ) Coconut oils,
wheat germ oil, lean grass fed meats, pineapple, papaya, apple, walnuts, cocoa,
tomato, parsley and vegetable high in vitamin C and beta carotene,
B vitmains in particular B1, B6, B12, and folic acid and Biotin and inositol,
the B vitamins as well as antioxidants and aminos are all key to the well
being of the heart. Minerals that are essential are
magnesium, selenium, potassium, silicon, zinc, calcium and copper. so as
you can see a good majority of things are already out, where you can purchase
or have access to that can keep you from heart issues.here are some recipes
that might be useful in keeping a healthy heart: Take 200 mgs of magnesium with 200 mgs of potasium
with taurine, this will strenghten the heart muscles,
another recipe is to take
green tea and rosemary with thyme, and make a tea of it, this will
regulate heart pressure, enhance the ability of keeping things from not
sticking. and keep a healthy heart pumping regular, another recipe is take bay leaf and ginger and
hawthorn berry as a tea or even to cook with garlic ginger and red pepper, these are both beneficial to help the
cholesterol from breaking down and creating a free radical. Now another tidbit of
cholesterol, it actually protects the blood vessel and assist in insulating the
walls especially if there are any bio markers indicating a damaged blood
vessel. It's when
the Cholesterol breaks down that is the problem with cholesterol. the arterial
damages are the real problem that arises.So hear you might want to keep
these particualr foods or supplements on the high end of your diet. Olive oil wheat germ oil,
safflower oil, garlic, wine, onion, pineapple. apple, papaya, and specific
herbs. here is another recipe for you that will keep circulation and
arterial health up. take a bottle that is empty, pour
in half of wheat germ oil and olive oil, in the empty bottle, and then
shake and use 1 - 3 teaspoons a day. or you can take Walnut oil and cq10 and l
carnitine and mix that in butter, and then spread that on your oatmeal
or rye bread( soy free) another recipe is to take yogurt with fat and add to it folic acid, b6, b12,
and biotin and B1, this will increase the bioavailability of the B
vitamins and they will reduce homocysteine, increase cellular energy for the
heart as well as muscle output for the heart you can substitute kefir for
yogurt. you can take
butter and put in Cq10 and red pepper or an extract of rosemary, sage, thyme,
or bay leaf. this will make the butter rich in antioxidants and increase
the effect of butter which has vitamin e, omega 3, vitamin d and CLA in it. you
can have wine with your
grass fed meat which has antioxidant levels from the wine to protect the heart
and a 16:1 ratio of omega 3's in the meat ( higher then fish) So
as you can see, your heart has all the things it needs, to be physically fit
and Drug free. SUGAR is
the Killer here, and SO is SOY, and Canola. Sugar causes an excess of fats
( bad fats) to accumulate in the arteries, and increases the inflammation in
the arterial walls. SOY
depletes the body of vital minerals that keep the heart healthy, such as
magnesium and B12 and vitamin E.( and aspartame = cellular death) so as
you can see everything that is here, and has already been here works, it's when
the petro chemical companies and the pharmaceutical companies got involved ,
that is when the health issues became a problem. when chemicals were
substituted for food, example fruit sugars for white sugar and then finally
aspartame ( ant pesticide) and now splenda a chlorinated sugar ( which can
cause kidney dysfuntion) we wind up with weak hearts as a result of damaged
internal organs, pancreas, thyroid, intestinal and liver and kidney. You damage
one part of the body anywhere along the way, you impact others and weaken the
system. it is like taking a pillar out fom a buildings foundation, the
structure becomes weak and overtime collapses....this is what has been designed
by the institutions, that want your dollars. imagine if a person who has cancer
is worth 2 milion to the cancer medical field, what do you think you are worth,
being sick with a heart? Now there are other things as well that you need to
consider, do you hold grudges? do you forgive easy? do you try to give and
offer yourself in ways that are rewarding to you and the reciever? Attitude on
life and living also play a key role. I am not here to judge a belief system or
direct you to any religion, in fact the contrary may be offered. find
what works and what is true, and has substance. This will also impact your
heart in a positive way as well Keep in mind you have many options and tons of
ways to do what is suggested, so apply these things, and in all things start small
and see what works for you, and remove the soy and the sugars, and the canola...
Here are some things to give you a perspective on heart health. Cholesterol is not and never was an issue. What is the real issue has always been factors from the gut that can clog the arteries and cause damage to the arterial walls. Let me explain.... When you consume things that cannot be processed by the digestive system, the internals will release toxins and poisons. These can accumulate in the arterial walls and capillaries, causing cholesterol to harden. This will cause the heart to strain in its functions. The arteries assist the heart in moving the blood through your body. As a result of a flexible blood vessel the heart works less. The blood vessels work like mini pumps.They flex and ease the blood to flow,but as you clutter the arterial walls this can in turn cause an inefficient reaction to the flow of blood. Cholesterol comes into play as a result of damaged arteries or blood vessels. The cholesterol comes in and acts as a barrier to alleviate the stress on the blood vessels. This stops the blood from leaking, or damaging the vessel even more. In turn it allows for the body to repair the damaged vessel. Where the cholesterol can be detrimental, is that it starts to "periodize" or start to break down and get sticky. When this happens, the cholesterol will bind with calcium and other materials that will do more damage to the vessels. Everything has a reaction! you start at one end of the Body and cause it to become dysfunctional. This in turn will affect another part of the body causing further damage.
What we need to know…
1st thing Stop eating things that are indigestible, toxic, plastic, or synthetic. You are not a garbage disposal unit! This may come as a shock to those in the Corporate world, but as a rule of thumb we are all human and need foods that are biologically agreeable with our chemistry and not their convenience
2nd thing, Start eating things that are suited to being easily digested, that are highly enzymatically alive, easy to assimilate and assist in the regeneration of cell life or strengthens cells, so that they will function as they should.
3rd thing Make sure what you eat is clean, uncontaminated, not dead ie meat or fish sitting in a market for 2 weeks, foods that have so much chemicals that it takes a month to break down, margarine or hydrogenated fats. GMO'd or GE'd foods will definitely cause an impediment in your endocrine and lymphatic or central nervous system.
This will all affect the heart! Here is how!
The above mentioned nasties get into the blood system via the stomach and intestinal tract. Also through the liver. Then they are carried throughout the blood stream. They will either be broken down by enzymes or other biochemical reactions. In turn they will affect whatever is trying to utilize these chemicals. This will stress the heart and other organs as well , like the liver, kidneys, gall bladder etc. This in turn causes certain things to happen to the arterial walls , such as a "ripping" or blocking. Sometimes even a rupturing of these walls, causing them to fill with either cholesterol (which will also get contaminated) or by a thickening of the blood vessels themselves. Pumping of the heart becomes more difficult. This brings on more stress to the rest of the organs, trying to clean up and restore balance to the body. This is a coles notes version, it is a bit more detailed then this, but you get the gest of this.
REMEDY….let's start with ALL of this...Avoidance of the things you know
will cause issues! The next thing is we use things to keep the heart strong. Here they are.
"Magnesium and Taurine" They work to keep the heart functioning at
it's optimum. Taurine is the most abundant amino in the heart because
of the way it regulates nerve signals, regulates insulin, and carries
magnesium into the heart. Herbs that I
suggest in combo are Rosemary and
NOW I CAUTION YOU ALL HERE!
If you use a fresh source, then by all means make sure it is PESTICIDE, GERMICIDE and HERBICIDE free. While we're at it, contaminant free of GMO as well... has not been irradiated. If this is the case DO NOT EAT IT...
¯¯¯Calendula (MARIGOLD) is another herb or flower that will assist the tiny capillaries to keep clean and flexible. This has a nitric oxide releasing effect, cleaning and clearing up any kind of residual plaque or other blockages. This too has other antioxidants that will protect your body from a host of pathogens that would cause undo strain to your systems.
¯¯¯So include anything that has garlic, onion, apple, pineapple, papaya, red wine, wheat germ oil, olive oil, Safflower oil, Black, Red or White pepper, Ginger, Safflower, Cocoa or anything rich in antioxidants that you can eat, do so. Supplements you can use are CQ10, Wheat germ oil in a combination. Black Red or White pepper supplements, Ginger supplements, L carnitine, L taurine, L lysine with Vitamin C, Magnesium, Selenium, Vitamin E (non Soy based) Vitamin B1 and Inositol are some to name.
I will give a recipe for this as well…
¯¯¯Take a pineapple, apple and ginger(about a 6 inch piece or smaller depending on how strong you want this) Skin the ginger. Now juice them or blend them( if you blend them then use a strainer afterwards to filter them ) then pour contents into a GLASS jar, use a half an ounce throughout the day, this will clean up a host of things and not only assist the heart but also clean up the arteries off blood clots, keep the permeability of the blood vessels so they don't get rigid and stiff, has antioxidant effects not only on the heart and the eateries but as well as the liver, lungs, spleen and gall bladder. It will help in digestion, and keep the intestinal tract in fine order.
¯¯¯Here is another recipe, You take garlic, 6-7 bulbs, 3-4 apples skinned, and ginger (again 4-6 inches in length) skin the ginger, juice them all separately, and what you have you can isolate in separate bottles. Mix 1 part of each into a separate bottle so you have 1 part apple juice, 1 part ginger, and 1 part garlic. Shake well, label this and use 1 teaspoon of this several times a day. This will help asthmatics, bronchial issues, circulatory issues, digestive issues. Immune system strengthener, Heart restorer, cholesterol lowering effect, anti fungal, antioxidant, antibacterial, artery strengthener, oxygenator to the brain especially you will feel it there, can help dramatically with meniere's, system immunizer, gall bladder, liver, muscle tissue( can alleviate the inflammation from over worked muscles)anti arthritic, will remove toxic build up of metals, and a slight cleanser.
¯¯¯Supplement recipe USE magnesium and taurine 500 mgs of each, 2 times a day or if you are like most people and are under a lot of stress you might want to do this 3 times a day. This keeps the heart functioning and balanced as well, regulates insulin, hormonal regulation, stroke prevention, nerve health, and allows the heart beat regular and strong, not fast and over worked.
¯¯¯Another combo is CQ10 with Wheat germ oil, and olive oil. You take a bottle of olive oil and a bottle of wheat germ oil, pour into another bottle 1:1, meaning equal parts of each, in a container together, then add your CQ10 inside of the same combination (you can put in as much as you like depending on the size of the bottle…a good start would be about 300-600 mgs) shake well and take 2 times a day. You can also mix this combo with your butter. Take 2-3 tablespoons of butter, put it into a glass container, then add your oil mix, that you have just made, wait for the butter to soften then stir in everything all at once til everything is blended or mixed. You can use that as a spread on your foods. You can take walnuts and make a walnut butter, by using any oil to start the blending ( olive, pumpkin seed, safflower, rice bran, etc) and once you add the nuts ( say ¼ cup to 1 cup) add them in slow til you see the texture start to get smoothe and then keep on adding til you get the amount desired. Add this oil mix you just made and add 1-2 drops of rosemary or thyme in the mix while it is still blending. You have just made these fats heart healthy!!!!and antioxidant rich.