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Stress and adrenal fatigue

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 17th May 2024

What is adrenal fatigue? Balanced nutrition is essential to maintaining overall good health, but it also can affect your capacity to cope with stress and adrenal fatigue. You may be…

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Liver and gall bladder flush

Author: anatoli
Posted on: 28th July 2022

Most people believe that gallstones can be found only in the gallbladder, but this is untrue. Besides, most gallstones form in the liver and gall bladder. It can be verified…

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How does coronavirus suppress immunity in the human body?

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 27th October 2020

Scientists have found the mechanism of immunity suppression by a coronavirus in the human body. An article in the bioRxiv e-library describes that molecular biologists in Germany have discovered something important.…

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Nutrition of a COVID-19 patient

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 28th August 2020

We want to report on the nutrition of COVID-19 patients and advise them to avoid some foods. A person who has had a viral infection may complain of weakness, malaise, and…

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Endometriosis and what causes it

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 18th March 2020

Some symptoms experienced are painful periods, intercourse, urination and defecation; PMS; infertility; and alteration to cycles. However, endometriosis is a condition that affects each sufferer differently. While one has pain…

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Polycystic ovary syndrome

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 20th February 2020

Polycystic ovary syndrome, or PCOS, is a disorder of the endocrine system. A network of glands throughout the body produces potent chemical messengers called hormones. So, these hormones control many…

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Toxic Metals

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 18th January 2020

Toxic metals affect us regularly. Besides, the symptoms of those substances’ long-term, slow accumulation vary. Also, symptoms may not appear until later in life.  Moreover, they affect many biochemical processes and…

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The liver and the lymphatic system

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 11th December 2019

We have already said a lot about the liver and its various functions in previous articles. Here, we will focus on the defensive role of the liver and hepatic malfunctions…

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Small intestine and secretion

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 11th April 2019

The small intestine is approximately twenty-three feet or seven meters in length. It begins at the pyloric valve of the stomach and ends at the ileocecal valve between the ileum and cecum.…

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Stomach

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 11th April 2019

The stomach enlarges the alimentary tract located inferior to the diaphragm. It is a J-shaped organ, and we divide it into four regions: The cardia is the immediate region surrounding the…

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What is osteopathy?

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 11th April 2019

Osteopathy is a holistic approach to treating a  wide range of aches, pains and stiffness anywhere in the body. Osteopathy assesses the patient from a mechanical, functional and postural standpoint.…

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Serum calcium and medicinal hypocalcemia

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 11th April 2019

Serum calcium makes it possible to evaluate the disorder of calcium metabolism. Besides, an increase in concentration can establish malignant tumours. Also, osteolysis results from the release of peptides with…

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Kidney stone

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 11th April 2019

A kidney stone is a hard mass formed from crystals that separate from the urine and build upon the kidney’s inner surfaces. Naturally, urine contains chemicals that prevent crystals from…

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Large intestine

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 11th April 2019

The large intestine is part of the alimentary tract extending from the ileocecal valve to the anus. It is approximately five feet long and has an average diameter of 2…

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Leaky Gut Syndrome

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 11th April 2019

‘Leaky gut’ describes an inflamed and porous gut (much more absorbent than it should be). It is letting abundant food proteins, bacteria, fungi, metals and toxic substances straight into our…

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Liver

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 11th April 2019

The liver is the largest organ in the body. Besides, it is located directly below the diaphragm. It is also a multilobular organ. Furthermore, it has several vital functions, not only…

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Meal suggestions

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 11th April 2019

Firstly, healthy meal suggestions for breakfast: wholemeal or rye toast, butter, fruit spread, natural yoghurt homemade muesli with oats, nuts, and seeds soaked overnight in water + yoghurt plain yoghurt with nuts as…

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Meal suggestions – wheat-free

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 11th April 2019

Firstly, breakfast meal suggestions: non-wheat/rye toast, non-dairy spread, fruit spread, soya yoghurt; homemade muesli with oats, nuts and seeds soaked overnight in water with non-citrus fruit juice; fresh fruit, soya-yoghurt with nuts as well…

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Mouth

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 11th April 2019

The mouth is the alimentary tract’s first division, whose principal function is to get food into the system. Mechanical breakdown of non-liquid food by chewing (mastication) helps mix food with saliva, allowing…

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Oberon

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 11th April 2019

According to its inventors, Oberon “allows diagnosing pronounced pathological processes. It also detects the earliest forms of the diseases or their predisposition”. However, it “does not belong to the class…

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Osteoporosis

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 11th April 2019

Osteoporosis, which means “porous bone”, is a progressive reduction in average bone mineral density, calcium mass, and strength, resulting in marked bone thinning and vulnerability to fracture. Although bone mass…

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Pancreas

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 11th April 2019

The pancreas is the organ between the greater curvature of the stomach and the duodenum. It is both an endocrine and exocrine gland. Besides, it consists of granular-like epithelial cells…

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Pharynx, oesophagus and swallowing

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 11th April 2019

Pharynx and oesophagus – There are three stages to swallowing: The voluntary forcing of food from the oral cavity into the pharynx; at this point, swallowing becomes a reflex action; The passing of…

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Hypertension

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 11th April 2019

Hypertension, or high blood pressure, makes us more susceptible to coronary heart disease, strokes and kidney disease. People who are overweight and do not get much exercise are at a…

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Hypoglycaemia

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 11th April 2019

Hypoglycaemia is low blood sugar. Typically, the body maintains blood sugar levels within a narrow range through several glands and hormones. When something disrupts these finely balanced control mechanisms, hypoglycaemia…

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Serum albumin

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 11th April 2019

Serum albumin allows us to establish a misbalance of albumin content (hypo- and hyperalbuminemia) at various pathologic conditions. Besides, in the case of dehydration, this protein concentration can increase. Serum albumin…

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Inflammatory bowel disease

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 11th April 2019

Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is a general term for a group of chronic inflammatory disorders of the intestines characterised by recurrent inflammation in specific parts of the intestines. The primary…

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Serum asparagine aminotransferase

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 11th April 2019

Serum asparagine aminotransferase enzyme is suitable for determining the extent of damage caused by liver, heart, and skeletal muscle tissues. There is an increase in activity in myocardial infarction. Besides,…

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Irritable bowel syndrome

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 11th April 2019

This chronic condition is a combination of attacks of diarrhoea and intermittent constipation. It can involve a disturbance of muscular movement in the large intestine. Medics consider the cause of…

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Candida Albicans yeast infection

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 11th April 2019

Yeast is a fungus scientifically called Candida Albicans. It cultivates in moist areas of the human body, like the digestive system, thereby causing infections. Candida infections can be chronic for…

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Colon

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 11th April 2019

The colon, or large intestine/bowel, is a vital organ situated in the digestive tract in the abdominal cavity. It is considered a vestigial structure with a rich lymphatic supply. It…

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What causes constipation?

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 11th April 2019

Understanding the common causes of constipation helps us know how the colon (large intestine) works. The colon absorbs water as food moves through it, forming waste products or faeces. Muscle…

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Crohn’s disease

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 11th April 2019

Crohn’s disease is an ongoing disorder that causes digestive tract inflammation called the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. Crohn’s disease can affect any area of the GI tract, from the mouth to…

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Diverticulitis

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 11th April 2019

Diverticulitis is inflammation or infection of small pouches, called diverticula, which develop along the walls of your intestines. The pouches’ formation is a relatively benign condition known as diverticulitis. The…

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Fats – essential to life

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 11th April 2019

Worried about the amount of fat you eat? Many people have become obsessed with the fat content of food; they are eating almost completely fat-free diets. But for good health,…

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Fibromyalgia syndrome

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 11th April 2019

Fibromyalgia syndrome (FMS) is a rheumatic disorder characterised by chronic, achy muscles with no apparent physical cause. It most commonly affects the lower back, neck, shoulders, back of the head,…

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Foods to ADD to your diet – organic if possible

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 11th April 2019

WHOLEGRAINS: good source of fibre, protein, chromium, and B vitamins. /Amaranth/ is a complete protein (it contains all essential amino acids) and is one of the highest vegetable sources of iron. /Barley/…

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Foods to REDUCE or AVOID in Your Diet

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 11th April 2019

RED MEAT: High intake of beef, pork, and lamb is strongly associated with cancer, heart disease, and obesity due to their high saturated fat (inflammatory) and cholesterol content. However, the above…

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Anatomy and physiology of the digestive system

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 11th April 2019

Anatomy and physiology. Firstly, every cell in the human body needs carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins, water, and minerals. They must perform the daily metabolic processes involved in maintaining a living system.…

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Health benefits of Chlorella

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 11th April 2019

Heavy metal removal using Chlorella./Chlorella is a powerful detoxification aid for heavy metals and other pesticides. Numerous research projects in the U.S. and Europe indicate that Chlorella can also aid…

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Aspartame

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 11th April 2019

BITTERSWEET: Is this the beginning of the end for aspartame? Is the writing finally on the wall for aspartame, the artificial sweetener in diet and sugar-free drinks and foods? There’s been a…

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Healthy eating guidelines

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 11th April 2019

Guidelines. The principle behind healthy eating stresses the importance of eating foods as close to a natural state as possible. Varying the diet is also essential – variety offers a broader…

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Eczema – atopic dermatitis

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 11th April 2019

Eczema is a chronic allergic skin disorder that may begin between one month and one year. It often subsides by age three but flares up again at any age. Eczema…

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Blood group diet 0 type

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 11th April 2019

TYPE 0 CHARACTERISTICS: Meat-eater Hardy digestive tract Over-active immune system Intolerant to dietary and environmental adaptations Responds best to stress with intense physical activity Requires an efficient metabolism to stay lean and energetic DIET OVERVIEW: Type 0s generally…

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Blood group diet A-type

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 11th April 2019

CHARACTERISTICS of Blood group diet A-type: The first vegetarian It reaps what it sows Sensitive digestive tract Tolerant immune system Adapts well to settled dietary and environmental conditions Responds best to stress with a calming action Requires…

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Blood sugar balance

Author: sealifeanatori
Posted on: 11th April 2019

Glucose is an important energy source for the body and essential for the proper functioning of the brain. For this reason, it is always well detectable in the blood. Our…

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