How to Know How to Stay Healthy Part 1

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January 5th, 2010

This is a lengthy article and had to be posted  to several.  I think that if you will take the time to read the information you will find it most helpful.  This is how I practice good health and stay out of the doctors office.

Part 1

There are the sixteen chemical elements found in man.  A well-chemically balanced body is a healthy body.  Additionally,  there  are traces of other elements.  This article will give a brief summary of the main chemical elements and the affect that it has on the body and how it affects your health.

Oxygen: Oxygen is needed by each individual cell in the body for building energizing and burning up waste.  It affects each individual differently, according to the other elements in the body.  An ample supply of oxygen is needed in order to supply the lungs, blood and tissues, keep the arteries elastic, eyes glowing , heart active and agile.  Some of the high oxygen foods are: liquid chlorophyll, iron tonics, red juicy meats, beets, grapes, tomatoes, onions, wild cherry juice.

Carbon: Carbon is the principle element of growth.  Wherever carbon and oxygen are at work, one upon the other, there is heat generation, growth  and generation of carbonic acid gas.  Carbon is the basic element of birth and cell life and mainly supports the vital system.  An excess results in obesity, boils, fatty degeneration, anemia and high blood pressure.  Carbon, or it’s compounds mainly occur in starches, sweets, fats and most proteins.   to counteract excess, avoid greasy foods such as fatty game, meats, oily fish, goose, fatty sausage, and gravies.  Foods low in fat are bass, skimmed milk, goat milk cheese, cauliflower, young carrots, cabbage, string beans, blueberries and blackberries.

Hydrogen: Hydrogen is present in the bodily secretions, soft tissue, lymph, brain, lungs, glands, liver, spleen, pancreas.  Hydrogen foods are the moisture carrying foods, such as apricots, cherries, all berries ,tomatoes, fruit juices, cabbage, leaf lettuce.  The nerves must be bathed in fresh moisture.  Without hydrogen the blood could not flow, and the waste and toxic material could not be washed out of the body.  An excess of water in the body, however, causes pressure and enlargement of the glands.

Calcium: Calcium gives vitality, endurance, heals, wounds, counteracts acids, is tone building in the body and maintains bone structure and teeth, where needed mostly.  Calcium is the knitting element.  Blood clotting problems indicate a calcium deficiency.  The metabolism of calcium needs vitamin F.  Principle sources are bran and cheese, Swiss cheese, gouda cheese.  milk , figs, prunes, dates, onions, cauliflower, turnip greens, kidney beans and lentils.

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