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Your Intestines Are A Major Detox Organ

We are on the final month of the five major detoxification organs: Liver, Kidney, Lungs, Skin and Intestines. The intestines are vital organs in the gastrointestinal tract of our digestive system. Their functions are to digest food and enable the nutrient released from that food to enter into the bloodstream. Our intestines consist of two major sections: the small intestine and the large intestine.

My busiest time for treating the intestines is when most people celebrate with all the barbecue meats, beers, pops, tons of fruits and massive weight gain or fatigue. It’s time to clean out yeast and detox the five major organs. You are what you eat, what goes in must come out.

>p? All I care about is your poop and pee. It is a pound of poop a day or base it on your body weight of every 12 pounds is one ounce of poop, if you weigh 160 pounds you need 1 pound. Start by eating fiber such as: green vegetables (4 cups cooked) and low fructose fruits of (2 cups), Haiga Rice or whole grains. Please note to not add too much fiber too quickly, it can promote intestinal gas, abdominal bloating and cramping. Increase fiber in your diet gradually over a period of a few weeks. This allows the natural bacteria in your digestive system to adjust to the change. Also, drink plenty of clean water. Fiber works best when it absorbs water, making your stool soft and bulky. If your tongue is really coated white especially in the mid to back of the tongue, it’s Candida. You must take the Taifu Plus and E15 (extra strength detox) to help clear it out of your system.

Digestive problems are known as a Pixu condition. Food allergies may develop when food is not digested properly and causes fermentation activated by yeast in the bowel. This process further increases the amount yeast in the digestive tract. The increase level of yeast causes the increased permeability of the wall of the intestine (leaky gut syndrome). The yeast then enters the blood stream and settles in the different parts of the body, including the lungs, the vagina, the kidneys, and the brain, and other organs. This can cause problems such as yeast infection of the vagina (candidiasis); allergy, sinus infections, asthma, meningitis, and chronic fatigue are common examples.

Eating food high in sugar or food turning into blood sugar rapidly enhances this problem. Food high in sugar causes fermentation, resulting in an increase of yeast population in the digestive tract. It causes the blood sugar to rise initially and drop rapidly to under the normal healthy level. The drop of blood sugar causes the production of serotonin to go down and causes depression or mania. The decrease of serotonin causes the production of histamine, asthma and headaches.

Eating too much sugar at one time causes the immune system to be weakened and increases the chance to get polio. It’s a cause and effect, a vicious cycle. To cut the habit, say no to sugar, salt, oils (deep fry) and fats. Take the Taifu Plus with the Pu-erh Tea to aid digestion and if you need to consume alcohol start by taking Tie Guan Yin Tea (hangover tea) with the Taifu Plus and E15 Pills. It has to be moderation and only once in a while.

In Chinese culture family is most important. Well known part of our culture is an ethnic of hard work, discipline and excellence. If you want to live for a long time, all you really have to do is change your lifestyle a bit – it’s all a choice. Take a moment and review these few months of teachings of the Five Major detoxification, make a shift and increase your life expectancy by 5-10 (good) years. Enjoy life and keep on living. You are my family.

Love, Juli

The Connection Between Protein And Exercise

Last month my family took a trip to Sequim, WA for a tour to learn about Organic farming. Paul Gautschi shared his knowledge of raising healthy food, modeling mother nature. Paul made a great impression upon me with how he emphasized the importance of healthy eating and with the idea, we are what we eat. He gave us an opportunity  to ask him questions, and the best part was getting to taste all the vegetables and fruits.

Curious, I wanted to know his opinion about eating protein. But instead of answering my question, Paul answered me with a question. The question was if I have ever raced a horse? A race horse needs energy to race and will eat hay in order to exert extra energy. Then he further explained that protein is hard to digest, and if you don’t exercise to utilize the energy the protein is providing you then it just sits in your system.

I believe that in our sedentary lifestyle (known as lazy or couch potato) protein is very hard to digest.

I’d like to further emphasize the fact that if you are planning to loose weight, you need to have a high protein diet, because you need the extra energy. But for those who are less active will have a problem digesting protein. Create a balanced diet, 56 grams per day for sedentary man and 46 grams per day for women. Our crops is where all the best nutrient are.

Have I ever raced a horse? Of course I wouldn’t race a horse. In the history of China, horses and chariots were a vital part of China’s military force and horses represented power and nobility. In Feng Shui, a horse is used to symbolize movement and power.  Think about this question, if you think that you are lacking in protein then race a horse after you have eaten a steak or will you end up laying on the sofa, too full or bloated to move? Then should I eat grass like a horse? I prefer more vegetables myself.

We must remind ourselves that we are what we eat, what goes in must come out. The more protein you eat the more sluggish you become. Realizing that the holidays are around the corner, we bring out the best plates and serve the richest meals, we must end it with a bunch of Taifu Plus (Digestive aid) and might as well combine it with E15 for extra detox. Best wishes to our guts and please keep it nice and clean.

Love, Juli