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Health for Life

Health for Life

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Published by Catwoman6006
How the author cured themselves of many ailments and teaches others to do the same.
How the author cured themselves of many ailments and teaches others to do the same.

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Published by: Catwoman6006 on Jan 23, 2010
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HEALTH FOR LIFE
Cure Diabetes, Hypertension, More
HOW I REVERSED MY DIABETES,DROPPED MY BLOOD PRESSURE FROM 208/120 TO 120/70,RAISED MY GOOD CHOLESTEROLWHILE DROPPING BAD CHOLESTEROLTO HEALTHY LEVELSAND LOST WEIGHT…YOU CAN TOO!
 
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 TABLE OF CONTENTS
 
Introduction…………………………………………………………………….... 3Health Care Epidemic………………………………………………………….... 6 pH………………………………………………………………………………... 8 Nutrients……………………………………………………………………….. 14Oxygen…………………………………………………………………………. 20Water…………………………………………………………............................ 23Foods To Avoid………………………………………………………………… 25Getting Started – What I Did…………………………………………………… 31Tips To Help…………………………………………………………………… 37Foods Rich In Calcium, Magnesium & Potassium…………………………….. 39Alkalizing and Acidifying Foods………………………………………………. 41Food Qualities………………………………………………………………….. 44God Provided Everything We Need For Health……………………………….. 47Recipes…………………………………………………………………………. 50Credits………………………………………………………………………….. 51
 
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INTRODUCTION
Like many people I thought I could abuse my body by eating what I wanted, when I wantedand as much as I wanted. It is amazing how you can be so busy with life that you let life passyou by. At one point I woke up and realized I weighed in at 335 pounds, so I dieted andexercised my way to 225 pounds. A few years later I found myself back up to 365 pounds. Iagain started exercising semi-regularly, cut out sodas and started eating healthier, but nothealthy. I dropped 80 pounds over the course of around a year. Then I had a stroke.Talk about a life-changing wake-up call. The stroke affected my right side – speech,chewing, bowels, loss of right arm and leg function, and many inner body functions. I feltlike my life was nothing more than surviving day to day, sleeping and eating. Using therestroom, if I could make it in time, was like potty training all over again. I could only sit for a short time before needing to lie down and could not fix my own meals or even get a glassof water. Sleeping more than an hour at a time was a great blessing. As stubborn as I am, Itried to push myself. Some things leave you helpless. No matter how much you try it is outof your control. The simple fact is I had lost my strength, much of my movement andessentially my freedom and independence.Two years have gone by since the stroke occurred. I thank God for what I can do. I’vecome a long way, but have further to go to make a full recovery.When I was in the hospital I was informed that I was diabetic, had high cholesterol and high blood pressure (208/120). They immediately put me on medication and quickly told me whatI should and shouldn’t eat. Interestingly, the meals they fed me didn’t match their advice.After 5 days at the hospital, losing more abilities than when I arrived, they finally releasedme over threats I would simply check myself out. My first visit with a doctor outside thehospital, while writing slip after slip of prescription drugs, the doctor asked how I felt havingto take medications the rest of my life.Shocked, I asked what he meant. He basically replied that it was unlikely I would ever totally control my high blood pressure and high cholesterol, and that diabetes would be withme for the rest of my life. I told him that he better get ready to start reducing my prescriptionmedications, because I wouldn’t be on them forever. I knew it was possible to overcome anyadversity. Eating properly and exercising to the best of my limited ability, I began to showhim that I was serious. I admit it was very slow going.Ten months later I had the opportunity to participate in a stroke study at the University of  Nevada, Las Vegas with the Physical Therapy masters students. With their help, I was eatingwell and walking 40 minutes twice a day. My bad cholesterol became a thing of the past, butthe high blood pressure and diabetes still plagued me and my good cholesterol was too low.

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