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nutritionalist / dietician

Postby thesicks13 » Sun, 31 May 2009 12:20 am

Hey all,

Been a while since I was active on this site. Back and hoping someone might have a decent introduction to someone who can help me out.

My cardiologist says I need to lower my colestorol level...he's right, unfortunately. That cuts out meat, dairy, eggs etc.

Was working on that but......

Now my gastrointestinal specialist, tells me no more fibre! Ok it's for a 6 plus months, but what too eat? What is worse I am the "cook" of the family and a stay at home dad.

Clearly this cry for help opens me up to all sorts of "banter", which is fine, but if anyone can recommend a nutrionalist/dietrician or whoever, I would be so very grateful. Thanks

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Re: nutritionalist / dietician

Postby ksl » Tue, 02 Jun 2009 12:18 am

thesicks13 wrote:Hey all,

Been a while since I was active on this site. Back and hoping someone might have a decent introduction to someone who can help me out.

My cardiologist says I need to lower my colestorol level...he's right, unfortunately. That cuts out meat, dairy, eggs etc.

Was working on that but......

Now my gastrointestinal specialist, tells me no more fibre! Ok it's for a 6 plus months, but what too eat? What is worse I am the "cook" of the family and a stay at home dad.

Clearly this cry for help opens me up to all sorts of "banter", which is fine, but if anyone can recommend a nutrionalist/dietrician or whoever, I would be so very grateful. Thanks

All


For immediate action take the red yeast rice vinegar, with every meal, go back to your doctor for another blood test after 30 days, and prove it to yourself that it works.

Vintonic from Hock Hua, Plaza Singapore or Kovan don't believe all what doctors tell you either, Vinegar is a neutraliser of acids and alkaline, the red yeast rice vinegar, is so effective because of the statin content. In fact Takishimya have it until the 21st of june, down in the basement where cold storage is at the far end by the restaurants.

Although i suspect you are on statins, so be cautious because it will have double the effect.

here is a link to wikipedia about red yeast rice http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_yeast_rice

Being a cook you ought to know what is good for you and what isn't, control management by the glycemic index of the foods, for a healthy diet, you are probably on aspirin too, so the damage may already be done. ECG is not reliable at all, and any problems may not show up, that happened to me, when i felt their was something wrong, I was given the all clear with an olympic sports bill of health, sadly the specialist was wrong and i ended up having a heart attack, I still have 3 blockages and it isn't cholesterol it's calcium blockage.

A CT scan is the cheapest way to see any build up in the arteries. however there is only one way to be sure, and that is the angiogram.

Although i am not yet convinced you can reverse heart disease, because that is damage, scarring of the artery wall caused by free radicals, probably smoking in my case, and the damaged area fills up wth calcium and fats, although vinegar will reduce your cholesterol levels to a minimum, any heart disease will still be there, as far as i know. Although time will tell if a non processed food diet helps.

The mechanisms that control blood becoming too acidic or alkaline are so effective, that blood and vinegar drinking will have no real effect on blood, then pH of blood is so limited in the pH movement, that one would probably die .

Actually I did measure the pH this week of pomegranate juice and to my surprise it had a pH of 2 even lower than any of the vinegars. Now this is simply because of the peel contains sulphur i guess, I will measure the pomegranate vinegar probably today.


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