Normal Stomach Function

Your natural production of stomach acid can be stimulated and enhanced easily, safely and cost-effectively with cabbage.

Yes – cabbage!

Cabbage is a reflux remedy as it naturally stimulates the production of hydrochloric acid (HCL) to permit digestion to proceed normally without a secondary wave of acid from paralyzing the sphincter and causing putrifying stomach contents to erupt back into the throat.
You can juice it and drink some before eating or make yourself some good old coleslaw, the kind grandma used to make – ).

Or, here it comes, just eat some traditionally fermented sauerkraut.

Cabbage and particularly fermented cabbage, sauerkraut, is a reflux remedy that is about as simple as you can get!
Sauerkraut is treasured traditionaly in various parts of Europe. 

Cabbage as a Natural Reflux Remedy
In order to have a comfortable digestive experience all day long, start the morning by eating a quarter cup or so of sauerkraut or plain shredded cabbage five minutes before your meal.
Just be sure that first meal is a good one, such as soaked porridge, eggs with some cooked veggies or fruit on the side and maybe a little homemade broth for good measure.

If you’re eating processed cereals with skim milk, pop-tarts or doughnuts for breakfast, forget about the cabbage as nothing will help. Just take your purple pills.


















Kupus je vrlo djelotvoran, a jeftin lijek za mnoge tegobe.

Kupusa sadrži vitamin C, vitamin A i folnu kiselinu te minerale magnezij, željezo, fosfor, kalcij, kalij i natrij.
Crveni Kupus je i do sedam puta ljekovitiji od bijelog, a njegova boja ukazuje na prisutnost ljekovitih spojeva antocijanina.


Kupus - jeftin lijek za mnoge tegobe


Najbolje je kupus jesti sirov. Sirovi kupus, ako se često jede, pomaže kod slabokrvnosti, nesanice, depresije i anksioznosti.
Kuhani kupus je odlično sredstvo za proljetnu detoksikaciju te jedno od najboljih sredstava protiv živčane napetosti, tjeskobe, slabosti i slabe koncentracije.
Izvrsno pomaže kod upalnih bolesti poput artritisa i reume.
Kod plućnih bolesti djelotvoran je sok od kupusa pomiješan s medom.
On čisti dišne puteve, pomaže kod astme i  bronhitisa.
Kod bolesti grla preporučljivo je grgljati sok od kupusa.
  • djeluje preventivno protiv raka
  • potpomaže mršavljenju
  • poboljšava probavu
  • ima antiupalna svojstva
  • liječi čir na želucu i dvanaestercu
  • jača imunitet
  • čisti organizam
  • ublažava depresiju i tjeskobu
  • poboljšava koncentraciju
  • pomaže kod bolesti dišnih puteva

Sok od kupusa protiv čira na želucu


Kupus leči  cir na želucu zbog sastojka sulforafana, koji eliminira H. Pylori i brani gastrointestinalni trakt od refluksa kiseline.
Sadržava i glutamin, koji je bitan za zdravlje želuca. Istraživanja su pokazala da je to bolje sredstvo protiv čira od standardnih antacida.
Da sok od kupusa zaista pomaže u liječenju čira pokazao je eksperiment prof. dr Garnetta Cheyneyja sa Stanfordskog medicinskog fakulteta u SAD.
On je utvrdio da je 2,5 decilitra soka od kupusa dnevno umanjuje bol te liječi čir na želucu i dvanaestercu brže i efikasnije od standardnih tretmana.
Od 55 pacijenata koji su u tom eksperimentu pili sok od kupusa 95% osjećalo se bolje već za dva do pet dana.

Uvijek pijte svježe pripremljen sok.
U svrhu liječenja uzimajte sok od kupusa, pola sata prije obroka.
Sok od kupusa možete upotrijebiti i za vanjsku njegu kose. On će je učiniti jačom, spriječiti njeno ispadanje i potaknuti rast.



Kupus 
sadrži visok procenat vitamina C, a bogat je i fosforom, gvožđem, kalijumom i magnezijumom. Odličan je izbor i ukoliko želite da skinete kilograme jer u 100 grama kupusa ima samo 40 kalorija i 90 odsto vode.

S druge strane, obiluje belančevinama, vitaminom C i beta karotenom. Takođe, sadrži i značajnu količinu minerala kalijuma, gvožđa, magnezijuma, sumpora i bakra. Ono što ga posebno izdvaja jeste dobar odnos kalcijuma i fosfora, zbog čega telo lako koristi kalijum iz tog povrća. 

Sok od kupusa leči upalu želuca i debelog creva. Dovoljno je da svakog dana popijete čašu soka od svežeg kupusa između obroka.

Bogat je celulozom, koja odlično poboljšava varenje i čisti organizam. Izvlači upale, tako da se često stavljaju obloge od kupusa, a preventivno se koristi kod kašlja i prehlada. Kupus sadrži tartronske kiseline koje usporavaju pretvaranje šećera i ostalih ugljenih hidrata u masti. Zato se često koristi u dijetetskim programima. Svež kupus kao salata i njegov sok ima antivirusna i antibakterijska svojstva. Pospešuje metabolizam estrogena i štiti od raka dojke i materice. Ako vas kupus nadima, odstranite koren i tvrda rebra i koristite samo lišće.

Kupus je bogat mineralnim solima, vitaminima i hlorofilom, pa se preporučuje malokrvnima.

Broccoli to Control H. Pylori

Broccoli contains a remarkably potent compound called sulforaphane, that kills off the H. pylori bacteria that cause most ulcers."   Doctor William Douglass MD

Sulforaphane is able to completelySeradicate H. pylori. Eating just 2.5 ounces of broccoli sprouts daily had significantly lower levels of H. pylori, also showed less inflammation in the stomach as well.”   Johns Hopkins University

If you have stomach problems, please consider making broccoli sprouts a staple in your diet. It might keep you from getting reinfected with H. pylori once you are rid of it. It might also lower your stomach inflammation regardless of cause. They're good for anyone with gastritis, ulcer disease, or perhaps even reflux problems.”   Doctor Robert Rowen MD

AVOCADO
"According to researchers, the same lutein and zeaxanthin content that enables avocado to protect eye health also inhibits Helicobacter pylori— 13"   Avocados Super-Enhanced Carotenoid Absorption
     
“A dose of vitamin C of 5 grams daily for 4 weeks was found to significantly inhibit H Pylori in one report.”

Consuming greater amounts of vitamin K, present in celery, can decrease the risk of developing type II diabetes. The benefits of celery can also be attributed to its unique ability to fight H. pylori, a bacterium that leads to a near three-fold increase in the risk of type II diabetes.20 

An anti-microbial compound in celery seeds that is highly effective in blocking the growth of gastric H. pylori.21"   Time to Celebrate Celery 

Coconut Oil 
H.Pylori Is rapidly inactivated by medium-chain monoglycerides and lauric acid  in Coconut Oil and there appeared to be very little development of resistance of the organism to the bactericidal effects of these natural  antimicrobials.”  Petschow et al 1996


Oregano is one of the best natural agents against Hpylori, and it is effective a natural antibiotic.


https://www.patrickholford.com/advice/stomach-ulcers-how-to-check-for-helicopter-pylori-and-treat-it
More on H Pylori

Cabbage Juice Cures 100 of Diseases!


The Medicinal Qualities of Cabbage

Uncooked Cabbage is high in glutamine, an amino acid that is essential for intestinal health. It has also been proven to be both antibacterial and antiviral. Cabbage contains Vitamin K (essential in the production of blood clotting proteins); potassium (helps regulate blood pressure); and quercetin (antioxidant that is a natural antihistamine that can benefit allergy sufferers).

The History of Cabbage 

The Romans also ate cabbage to cure every possible ailment under the sun! They ate it raw, before and after each meal. 

The cabbage is part of the cruciferous family, which includes incredibly healthy foods such as kale, brussel sprouts, and broccoli. 
The cabbage have several medicinal uses and an endless number of health benefits.
Cabbage was widely used by the poor classes as a cure all for many conditions because it was easy to grow & inexpensive to purchase.

Cabbage 
is rich in Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin K, Potassium, Calcium and antioxidants beta-carotene and alpha-carotene. It has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits, and is healthy for your stomach, digestive track, heart and eyes.

Cabbage Juice is a great anti-inflammatory agent helping to rid your body of arthritis and other degenerative inflammatory diseases.
Cabbage is rich in many vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, which are easily and quickly absorbed into the bloodstream.

Cabbage juice is exceptionally beneficial for digestive disorders.  It is known to help treat peptic ulcers due to its content of an amino acid known as glutamine.  

Glutamine promotes the growth of the cells that line the digestive tract.  Cabbage juice is also effective in curing digestive disorders such as irritable bowel syndrome and colitis.
Cabbage Juice works wonders for asthma and even bronchitis… boosting the healing ability of your respiratory tract.
Cabbage Juice boosts the immune system and also works to promote and regulate T cells, and helps in the treatment of allergies because of a chemical called histidine. Glucosinolates which is found in Cabbage Juice also stimulates the immune system.
Cabbage juice has aids in preventing and fighting various kinds of cancers.  
Studies have proven cabbage juice to significantly reduce the risk of cancer.  Cabbage is rich in polyphenols and antioxidants which also aid in preventing cancer.

 Cabbage is also a perfect addition to any weight loss diet because it is significantly low in calories.


Cabbage, also contains lots of magnesium, potassium, calcium, and some sodium too. All important for hormone production, heartbeat regulation, lowering blood pressure, and for good bone development. 

Fermented Cabbage also works well for controlling candida infections. 





 Cabbage juice helps in reducing acid reflux and gastritis due to H.pylori !!

How to Solve an Electrolyte Imbalance

1. Adjust Your Diet
The first step to correcting an electrolyte imbalance is to identify how it developed in the first place. For many people, a poor diet that’s high in processed foods containing lots of sodium, but low in other electrolytes like magnesium or potassium, paves the way for a dangerous imbalance. In many cases, a minor electrolyte imbalance can be corrected by simply making dietary changes and cutting way back on junk foods, takeout and restaurant foods, while instead cooking more fresh foods at home.
Focus your diet around whole, unpackaged foods — especially plenty of vegetables and fruits that provide potassium and magnesium. Some of the best include leafy greens, cruciferous veggies like broccoli or cabbage, starchy vegetables like sweet potatoes or squash, bananas, and avocados. A diet that’s rich in magnesium or potassium likely can be enough to solve problems like low potassium levels that can lead to blood pressure problems or magnesium deficiency that can contribute to anxiety, restlessness and muscle cramps.
To prevent dehydration and restore electrolytes, focus on these foods — which are some of the most hydrating due to being very water-dense:
  1. Coconut water
  2. Celery
  3. Watermelon
  4. Cucumber
  5. Kiwi
  6. Bell peppers
  7. Citrus fruit
  8. Carrots
  9. kefir | yogurt
  10. Pineapple
Another thing to consider is whether you’re consuming enough calcium. With or without eating dairy products, it’s possible to get calcium from leafy greens, other veggies, beans and legumes. To obtain enough calcium naturally without needing supplements, consider adding high-quality and ideally raw dairy products to your diet if you can tolerate them. Foods like organic probiotic yogurt, cultured raw cheeses and raw milk provide high levels of electrolytes in addition to other important nutrients.
2. Monitor Your Sodium Intake
When you do consume packaged or processed foods, check the sodium levels. Sodium is an electrolyte that plays a significant part in the body’s ability to retain or release water, so if your diet is very high in sodium, more water is excreted by the kidneys, and this can cause complications with balancing other electrolytes.
Here’s how sodium works within the body: Essentially, water follows salt, which means if you increase sodium too much, water retention also occurs. At the same time, the opposite is also true: A loss in sodium results in a loss in water, potentially causing dehydration and extreme thirst. Hypernatremia (the name of the condition that develops when either too much water is lost or too much sodium is obtained) is more common among older adults, people with diabetes and those who eat heavily processed diets. People can also lose a high level of sodium through diarrhea, taking certain diuretics or laxatives, and exercising to extreme levels and overtraining without staying hydrated — all of which cause problems of their own.
Monitoring how much sodium you consume helps keep symptoms at bay, including bloating, lethargy, dehydration, weakness, irritability and muscle twitching. Drinking water and eating mostly whole foods (not the kinds that come in packages!) also ensures you obtain enough other important electrolytes.
3. Drink Enough Water (but Not Too Much)
Electrolyte imbalances can develop when the amount of water in your body changes, either causing dehydration (not enough water compared to certain elevated electrolytes) or overhydration (too much water). Drinking enough water, without over-diluting your cells, helps stop levels of sodium and potassium from rising too high or too low.




calcium



 Tofu16477%


 Sardines18935%


 Sesame S20635%


 Yogurt14930%


 Collard G6327%


 Spinach4124%


 Cheese11420%


 Turnip Gre2920%


 Mustard Gr3617%


 Beet Gree3916%



magnesium


 Pumpkin Se18048%


 Spinach4139%


 Swiss Chard3538%


 Soybeans29837%


 Sesame Se20632%


 Quinoa22230%


 Black Beans22730%


 Cashews22129%


 Sunflower S20428%


 Navy Beans25524%





vitamin E


 Sunflower S20482%


 Almonds13240%


 Spinach4125%


 Swiss Chard3522%


 Avocado24021%


 Peanuts20720%


 Turnip Gre2918%


 Asparagus4018%


 Beet Gree3917%


 Mustard G3617%






selenium



 Tuna147223%


 Shrimp135102%


 Sardines18987%


 Salmon15878%


 Turkey16762%


 Cod9658%


 Chicken18757%


 Lamb31051%


 Scallops12645%


 Beef17544%






manganese
FoodCalsDRI/DV


 Cloves12127%


 Oats15296%


 Brown Rice21688%


 Garbanzo 26985%


 Spinach4184%


 Pineapple8377%


 Pumpkin S18074%


 Tempeh22273%


 Rye18972%


 Soybeans29871%




vitamin A
FoodCalsDRI/DV


 Sweet Pot180214%


 Carrots50113%


 Spinach41105%


 Kale3698%


 Mustard G3696%


 Collard G6380%


 Turnip Gr2961%


 Beet Gre3961%


 Swiss Chard3560%


 Winter Sq7659%











Sweet Potato, baked
1.00 cup




 vitamin A214%


 vitamin C52%


 manganese50%


 copper36%






 biotin29%


 potassium27%


 fiber26%








 phosphorus15%




Eggs, pasture-raised, large, hard boiled
1.00 each
NutrientDRI/DV


 choline35%


 selenium28%


 biotin27%






 molybdenu19%


 iodine18%




 protein13%




 vitamin D11%


 vitamin A8%






vitamin D
FoodCalsDRI/D


 Salmon158128%


 Sardines18944%


 Tuna14723%


 Cow's milk7416%


 Eggs7811%


 Mushrooms415%






Sunflower Seeds, dried
0.25 cup
(35.00 grams)
Calories: 204
GI: low
NutrientDRI/DV


 vitamin E82%


 copper70%




 manganese34%


 selenium34%




 magnesium28%




 folate20%


 vitamin B318%





Avocado,  raw
1.00 cup
(150.00 grams)
Calories: 240
GI: very low
NutrientDRI/DV




 fiber40%


 vitamin K35%


 copper31%


 folate30%




 vitamin E21%


 potassium21%


 vitamin C20%





Sesame Seeds, dried
0.25 cup
(36.00 grams)
Calories: 206




 copper163%

 manganese45%

 calcium35%

 magnesium32%


 iron29%

 zinc25%


 selenium23%


 fiber17%


Almonds,  raw
0.25 cup
(23.00 grams)



 biotin49%


 vitamin E40%


 manganese27%


 copper26%






 magnesium15%


 molybdenu15%



 fiber11%