FacebookInstagramTwitterContact

 

BORNEO HOUSING AGENCY: Shop House in Seria Town • Industrial Warehouse in Menglait, Gadong for Rent • Shop house in Gadong (Ground Floor) for Rent • Industrial Shops in Bunut for Sale • Land in Jerudong for Sale • • Shop house in Kiarong for Sale (B$380.00) • TEL: +6738732975           >>           Private Company Urgently Need Houses & Flats for Rent in Bandar Seri Begawan, Kindly Contact the ff. nos. for further information: +673 222 0178/+673 873 2975           >>           Australia Decides To Establish National Space Agency           >>           Former Rwandan Presidential Aspirant Rwigara Arrested: Police           >>           Ghana Defeats Nigeria To Lift West African Football Tourney           >>           Chinese Central Bank Drains 80 Bln Yuan From Money Market           >>           Sparks edge past Lynx to win opener at WNBA Finals           >>           Scientists Analyze Earth's Elemental Makeup To See How The Planet Was Formed           >>           Office 365's Revamped Web Launchers Put You To Work Sooner           >>           Jared Kushner Uses Private Email For White House Business           >>           Why Equifax’s Error Wasn’t Hiring Someone With A Music Degree           >>           UNHRC adoption of PH human rights report card a ‘big victory’ – Cayetano           >>          

 

SHARE THIS ARTICLE




REACH US


GENERAL INQUIRY

[email protected]

 

ADVERTISING

[email protected]

 

PRESS RELEASE

[email protected]

 

HOTLINE

+673 222-0178 [Office Hour]

+673 223-6740 [Fax]

 



Upcoming Events


Jublie Emas Baginda Sultan dan Yang Di-Pertuan Negara Brunei Darussalam
October 5th, 2017 | 08:00 AM


Brunei Salebration
November 23rd, 2017 | 09:00 AM


Creative Arts Festival
December 1st, 2017 | 00:00 AM


JERUDONG PARK SCHOOL HOLIDAY SPECIAL
December 1st, 2017 | 00:00 AM


THE BRUNEI ISLAMIC TOUR EXPERIENCE
December 1st, 2017 | 00:00 AM





Prayer Times


The prayer times for Brunei-Muara and Temburong districts. For Tutong add 1 minute and for Belait add 3 minutes.


Imsak

: 04:42AM

Subuh

: 04:52AM

Syuruk

: 06:09AM

Doha

: 06:31AM

Zohor

: 12:13PM

Asar

: 03:22PM

Maghrib

: 06:15PM

Isyak

: 07:24PM

 



The Business Directory


 

 



Health


  Home > Health


All These People Have CURED Serious Diseases Using Nothing But Food Nutrients


 


 July 17th, 2017  |  09:51 AM  |   1044 views

NATURALNEWS.COM

 

When people are faced with a serious ailment, their tendency is to go to a hospital and have themselves checked by a general practitioner. They then take the medication prescribed by the doctor and hope everything will be alright. These people, on the other hand, took a different direction when it came to searching for a cure.

 

Meet 45-year-old Suffolk, England hotel manager Nicole Green, who had been diagnosed in 2008 with multiple sclerosis (MS), a neurological disease that is characterized by vision impairment and a loss of motor control. She reportedly cured herself with a diet of flax seeds and fish. Then there‘s 52-year-old West Wycombe retired civil servant Bill Rogers, who, instead of taking statins to regulate his cholesterol levels, turned to food such as sweet potatoes, chickpeas, and soya.

 

This seems to suggest that having proper diet is as effective – perhaps even more – as ingesting commercial drugs when it comes to curbing the effects of a disorder or disease, or neutralizing a condition that can make your health take a turn for the worse.

 

A study that was recently conducted by Professor Giovanni de Gaetano of the Neuromed Institute in Pozzini, Italy concluded that people who were suffering from heart ailments who had a habit of eating vegetables, fish, nuts, and olive oil lessened their chances of dying a premature death by 37 percent. These are greater odds than those who take statins;  their chances of dying a premature death were only lessened by 18 percent.

 

Physicians all over the world, however, are not aware of these findings and still believe in the power of medicine as the best way to cure ailments. In an urgent call to the Medical Schools Council and the General Medical Council to shed light on this matter, Dr. Aseem Malhotra, a consultant cardiologist at the Lister Hospital in Stevenage in Hertfordshire, said, “There is little or no training at medical school or postgraduate level of the impact of nutrition on health.”

 

“The healing power of diet has been underplayed, and unlike drugs, doesn’t have side effects,” Malhotra added. (Related: Raw organic fruits and vegetables can cure cancer, so why don’t oncologists tell their patients?)

 

Nevertheless, some doctors are acknowledging the effect nutrition can have on health. For instance, University of Melbourne neuroepidemiologist Professor George Jelinek invested in a plant-based wholefood diet of seafood (for 20 milliliters to 30 ml or omega-3 fatty acids per day) and flax seed oil (for vitamin D) to cure his MS after he was diagnosed with it 18 years ago.

 

Another diet, this one for treating irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), was conceptualized in 2012 by scientists at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia. The scientists advised patients with IBS to cut back on their intake of foods rich in fermentable oligosaccharides, disaccharides, monosaccharides, and polyols (FODMAP), which can be found in wheat products; fruits and vegetables such as celery, pears, peaches, leeks, apples, cabbage, onions, and plums; garlic; and dairy.

 

Twenty-nine-year-old Camberley, Surrey administrator Hannah Crossland-Scott, who had been suffering from IBS since she was 14, tried this diet. “The diet was terribly restrictive, but it was astonishing – within a week I’d noticed improvements and now I rarely get a flare-up if I avoid my trigger foods, such as dairy, onions, garlic, and melon, or anything with gluten.”

 

People with high cholesterol levels are told to lessen their fat and red meat intake and follow a Mediterranean diet. An alternative to this is the diet that was developed by nutritionist Ian Marber and Dr. Laura Corr, a cardiologist at Guy’s and St. Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, which is composed of the ample intake of healthy oils such as olive oil, fiber, nuts, oats, soya, and foods that are rich in plant sterols, which are good for absorbing cholesterol into the body from the gut.

 

Speaking for the diet, Bristol Heart Institute interventional consultant cardiologist Dr. Julian Strange said: “We don’t have a huge amount of evidence that diets like this will make you live longer – unlike statins where there is hard evidence that they can reduce heart attack or stroke. But the diet may help you lower cholesterol.”

 

This kind of thinking – that food is a better cure than medication – is not new, and has already surfaced across the pond four years ago. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania-based Metropolitan Area Neighborhood Nutrition Alliance (MANNA) in 2013 commissioned a study that made them believe that proper nutrition contributed to a better quality of life in the long-term. As such, they incorporated specific meal plans for different kinds of patients, and over the course of a year their diabetic clients saw their medical expenses decreasing by $12,000 per month.

 

“We get dramatic results because we care for the sickest clients. The potential for savings is much greater for these people,” MANNA’s director of policy and institutional affairs Ann Hoskins-Brown said.

 


 

Source:
courtesy of NATURALNEWS

by Jhoanna Robinson

 

If you have any stories or news that you would like to share with the global online community, please feel free to share it with us by contacting us directly at [email protected]

 

Related News


Weak Earthquake Detected In Tongod, Sabah

 2017-09-25 09:45:46

Australia To Create National Space Agency

 2017-09-25 09:56:50

Iran Says OPEC Action On Output Cuts Must Address Libya, Nigeria

 2017-09-25 11:04:12