What you’ll get from this website
The purpose of the blog posts are to give you the information you need to live a long, healthy, happy life while looking good in the process. Whether you are seeking to burn fat, build muscle, prevent or overcome a chronic illness, or look 10 – 20 years younger than your biological age, you’ve come to the right place. To find a Dr. developed pharmaceutical-grade herbal, vitamin, or mineral supplement, you can search for it in the search tool in the upper, right corner of this site. You may also enter any search term such as “adrenal protocol” or “coconut yogurt” to find the blog post on that topic.
What is HolisticChineseHerbs.com?
It makes a fine domain name. Perhaps you stumbled upon the site by searching for “chinese herbs” on Google. You can order them here. To find a specific herb or herbal formula, just search for it in the search bar on this site.
Critical Steps for Healing & Preventing Any Disease
1) Detoxification — You can’t clean house until you throw out the garbage first. Toxins from the environment, including BPA, PCBs, dioxin, heavy metals, xenoestrogens, and byproducts and metabolites from many over-the-counter and pharmaceutical drugs, lodge themselves in your fat cells if they are not completely metabolized by your liver and excreted. Over time, these agents accumulate and contribute to health problems. There are effective ways to get these toxins out by providing specific nutrients to your body in high dosages.
Optimal Nutrition Basics
You are what you eat ate.
The reason why there are so many conflicting studies on whether eggs do or don’t increase your risk of developing heart disease, or whether red meat does or doesn’t contribute to colon cancer, lies in the details of the animal’s diet and living conditions.
Eggs from chickens raised on corn and soy are high in omega-6 fatty acids, and can increase your risk for a number of chronic degenerative diseases. Eggs from pasture-raised chickens fed insects, seeds, grass, wheat, and oats, on the other hand, are high in omega-3 fatty acids and can decrease your risk for a number of chronic degenerative diseases.
Cows that are injected with bovine growth hormone, and fed routine antibiotics in addition to a corn, grain, or liquid based diet, become fat and develop degenerative disease. Eating meat or dairy from these animals will cause you to develop those diseases as well. Cows are herbivorous animals and their natural diet is grass; when they’re fed grass and allowed to roam freely on pasture, they develop lean and healthy bodies. Eating meat from these animals will help you become lean and healthy as well. Humans are omnivores; we thrive on a diet rich in both plants and animals.
Saturated fat does not raise your risk for heart disease; in fact, it protects you from a variety of diseases including aging.
The reason why you have been told by the TV and your doctor that saturated fat causes high cholesterol and contributes to heart disease is apparently the result of a highly successful marketing campaign that began in 1941 to promote the sale of oleomargarine.And even if eating saturated fat as well as high cholesterol foods such as eggs did cause high cholesterol (it doesn’t), high cholesterol is not even the cause of heart disease. If this sounds absolutely ludicrous to you, keep in mind that people once thought the Earth was flat — and they looked at Galileo like he had three heads when he tried to tell everyone the Earth is round.
But bear with me here. Throw out your tub margarine, canola oil, nuts & seed oils, and any boxed or packaged foods containing “vegetable oil,” corn oil, soybean oil, peanut oil, or canola oil. Then go buy yourself some coconut oil and grass-fed butter (do NOT buy conventional butter or any butter from cows that have been fed corn). This simple oil change will not only help you lose weight (if you need to), it will also reduce your risk for heart disease. You will probably also notice improved memory, pain relief, better sleep, and beautiful glowing skin.
Grains are not an essential component of a healthy diet.
If you suffer from any kind of health issue — pain, allergies, skin problems, asthma, cognitive problems, thyroid problems, overweight or underweight, headaches, menstrual discomfort, etc. — promptly remove gluten and grains from your diet for 30 days and see if your symptoms improve. If they do, continue with the gluten and grain-free diet for complete elimination of your symptoms.
Now you’re probably wondering, “If I can’t eat cereal, sandwich bread, pizza, pasta, cakes, and cookies, what am I going to eat? Am I going to starve?” There is plenty to eat besides grain products — red meat, butter, cream, eggs, organ meats, fish, seafood, poultry, bone broths, vegetables, mushrooms, fruits, cultured foods, nuts, and seeds. There are ways to make these things taste good and satisfy your hunger. You won’t miss your Little Debbie snack cakes and your belly fat, I promise.
Carbohydrates are the only macronutrient (fuel source) not required by the body.
Without protein or fat in your food, you would develop serious problems pretty quickly. Without carbohydrate, your body will simply utilize dietary fats and proteins for energy. This does not mean that a zero carbohydrate diet is necessary or healthy. Foods containing carbohydrates include fruits and vegetables, which are high in antioxidants, polyphenols, micronutrients, insoluble and soluble fibers, and other medicinal compounds not found in animal products.Plants that are particularly high in phytonutrients and low in energy value (calories) are referred to as herbs.
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