3. Detoxification

Just as you have to change the oil in your car from time to time, you have to clean out your system too.  As time goes by, you’ll get clogged up.  Clean yourself out and you’ll be in better shape and you’ll feel unbelievably great because your internal organs will work better.

Consult a nutritionist who can advise you on detoxification.  Once or twice a year, you could try the following purgative to really clean out your system:

  • Put two (2) ounces of castor oil in a glass.
  • Add a teaspoon of bicarbonate of soda.
  • Dilute with orange juice.
  • Drink
  • Wait twenty-four hours before taking a second and last glass of the same mixture.

4. Recommendations

  1. Eat at regular hours.  Don’t skip any meal
  2. Don’t forget to eat breakfast.  Always start the day with a substantial but well  rounded meal.
  3. Take the time to taste and to chew your food well.
  4. Vary your menu
  5. Avoid pastries, sweets, crisps and soda drinks.  Anything that has little or no nutritious value.
  6. Beware of salt consumption; it can cause hypertension.
  7. Eat a lot of raw vegetables and fresh juice.  Choose whole wheat bread.
  8. Drink six (6) to eight (8) glasses of water or vegetable juice or sugar-free juice per day.  You should also drink milk.
  9. Eat good quality food supplements every day.
  10. After each meal you should rest.  Don’t start to work or  exercise right after.

By respecting this list you will enjoy better health.

I would say that malnutrition can hinder your growth.  It can also bring on major problems such as obesity, anemia and poor digestion.

I invite you all to become interested in the science of nutrition.  For further information write for the provincial, state or country.

Feed yourself rationally to increase your height, to be full of energy and to live fuller life.

Natural Sources for Amino Acids

Here are the natural sources for some Amino Acids

Arginine:

  • Natural sources:

    • Brown rice
    • Carob
    • Chocolate
    • Nuts
    • Oatmeal
    • Popcorn
    • Raisins
    • Raw cereals
    • Sesame seeds
    • Sunflower seeds
    • Whole-wheat products
  • Reasons to use :
    • Functions as building block of all proteins.
      Stimulates human growth hormone.

L-Lysine:

  • Natural sources:

    • Cheese
    • Eggs
    • Fish
    • Lima beans
    • Milk
    • Potatoes
    • Red meat
    • Soy products
    • Yeast
  • Reasons to use :
    Functions as essential building block of all proteins.
    Promotes growth, tissue repair and production of antibodies, hormones, enzymes

Tyrosine:

  • Natural sources:
    • Almonds
    • Avocados
    • Bananas
    • Cheese
    • Cottage cheese
    • Lima beans
    • Non-fat dried milk
    • Peanuts
    • Pickled herring
    • Pumpkin seeds
    • Sesame seeds
  • Reasons to use:
    Functions as building block of all proteins.
    Can induce significant short-term increases of blood levels of norepinephrine, dopamine and epinephrine. May be harmful at times and helpful at others. Don’t take without medical supervision

Taurine:

  • Natural sources:
    • Eggs
    • Fish
    • Meat
    • Milk
    • NOTE: Not available from plant sources.
  • Reasons to use:
    May be helpful in treating epilepsy.
    Functions as building block for all proteins.
    Helps regulate nervous system.
    Helps regulate muscle system.
    Unproved speculated benefits May be essential for growth of infants, children, adolescents.

L-Carnitine:

  • Natural sources:
    • Avocados
    • Dairy products
    • Red meats, especially lamb and beef
    • Tempeh (fermented soybean product)
  • Reasons to use:
    Promotes normal growth and development

Folic Acid:

  • Natural sources:
    • Barley
    • Beans
    • Brewer’s yeast
    • Calves’ liver
    • Endive
    • Fruits
    • Garbanzo beans (chickpeas)
    • Green, leafy vegetables
    • Lentils
    • Orange juice
    • Oranges
    • Peas
    • Rice
    • Soybeans
    • Split peas
    • Sprouts
    • Wheat
    • Wheat germ
  • Reasons to use:
    Promotes normal red-blood-cell formation.
    Maintains nervous system, intestinal tract, sex organs, white blood cells, normal patterns of growth.
  • Regulates embryonic and fetal development of nerve cells.
    Promotes normal growth and development.
    Treats anemias due to folic-acid deficiency occurring from alcoholism, liver disease, hemolytic anemia, sprue, pregnancy, breast-feeding, oral-contraceptive use.

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