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Inflammation

Inflammation (swelling), a natural part of the body’s healing system, aids in the fight against injury and infection. However, it does not just occur as a result of injury or disease.

Inflammation can’t be seen or felt, yet it’s quietly doing damage to your body.

Medical experts are constantly discovering new evidence of the gut’s effect on the immune system. An unhealthy gut is believed to promote systemic inflammation and interfere with the normal functioning of the immune system. It may result in autoimmune disorders, in which the body attacks itself instead of dangerous invaders.

An inflammatory response may also occur when the immune system is activated without an injury or infection to fight. Because there is nothing to repair, the immune cells that usually defend us start to damage healthy arteries, organs, and joints.

The body responds by triggering inflammation when you don’t eat properly, get enough exercise, or have too much stress.  Chronic inflammation may have long-term adverse effects. So, when it comes to decreasing inflammation, the food you consume, the quality of sleep you receive, and how much you exercise all have a role.

Try an elimination diet

If you think specific foods are causing inflammation in your stomach, you should attempt an elimination diet.

This includes eliminating items from your diet that you think is causing your gut problems for two to three weeks at a time. Some things you may want to avoid include soy, dairy, citrus fruits, nightshade vegetables, and gluten-containing foods.

While you are not eating these particular foods, you may observe any changes.

You should then gradually reintroduce these items back into your diet over two to three days while noting any particular symptoms that occur.

The best way to see what is causing your sensitivity is to order a Biofeedback Food Sensitivity test and see which items are showing up in your report. This way, you can exactly work with your inflammation that’s caused by food.

BiofeedbackBiofeedback is a mind-body method that teaches individuals how to utilize their physiological signals to enhance their health and well-being. People may acquire control over physiological responses that are usually considered unconscious or automatic by analyzing body signals.

Many studies have shown that mental/emotional “stress” produces physical changes in the body, leading to health issues. Studies also indicate that it recovers quickly when the body is relaxed and its immune system performs better. Consistent use of mind-body methods like biofeedback may assist create this health-promoting state and aid in inflammation reduction.

Frequencies

Dr. Royal Rife often utilized the frequency 727 Hz. For several resonance treatments, he used this frequency in conjunction with other frequencies. He called the 727 Hz frequency the All Healing Frequency, and it was the first of the ‘Big Four,’ which also included the 787 Hz, 800 Hz, and 880 Hz frequencies.

727 Hz 878 Hz 880 Hz is excellent for clearing intestinal inflammation, whereas 170 Hz 220 Hz 470 Hz is suitable for harmonizing leaky gut and stomach Hz frequency is 5 HZ 14 HZ 10 Hz, 7500 Hz is good for reducing pancreatic inflammation, and 465.20 Hz is good for lowering bladder inflammation.

Vitamin

Vitamin C, like vitamin D, is a water-soluble vitamin that aids in immunity and inflammation. Because it’s a potent antioxidant, it may help to decrease inflammation by neutralizing free radicals that cause oxidative cell damage.

Minerals

Minerals also help to strengthen the immune system, which protects against infections, inflammation, and potentially cancer.

Copper deficiency has been linked to an increase in infections and has been shown to affect the development of immune cells, including T-cells and phagocytic cells.

Iron deficiency causes impaired antibody response and phagocytic cell dysfunction.

Amino acids  

In several case studies of inflammation, orally given L-isoleucine, DL-isoleucine, and L-leucine showed an anti-inflammatory effect, except for formaldehyde-induced inflammation.

Specific dietary amino acids (especially glutamine, glutamate, and arginine, as well as perhaps methionine, cysteine, and threonine) are critical for immune function optimization.

L-arginine is an amino acid that functions as a secretagogue for insulin, growth hormone (GH), glucagon, and adrenaline [86]. This amino acid has been utilized and recommended as an inductor of muscle development and immune protection because it plays a crucial function in cytoplasmic and nuclear protein synthesis.

Supplements

Omega-3 fatty acids, found in fatty fish like cod, are among the most powerful anti-inflammatory supplements available.

Essential Oil  

Relaxation is aided by essential oils produced from plants such as lavender and rosemary, which reduce stress levels (cortisol). The hormone cortisol weakens the immune system’s defense systems by lowering lymphocyte numbers and interfering with T-cell development.

Essential oils are said to assist with anything from relaxing and sleeping to decreasing inflammation in the body by those who use them.

CBD Oil

CBD has been shown in previous research to stimulate the formation of white blood cells in immunodeficient patients, thus aiding the immunological response in HIV patients. CBD has been found in several studies to reduce immunological responses like inflammation in individuals with autoimmune diseases like rheumatoid arthritis.

Spices and herbs

Turmeric

Turmeric’s anti-inflammatory agent is curcumin, a yellow pigment found in turmeric. Turmeric and curcumin have long been used in Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine to treat inflammation and digestive problems, wounds, and infections.

according to research Curcumin also works as an antioxidant and may help to prevent cancer,.

According to research, green tea has been proven to be an effective anti-inflammatory, especially in the treatment of arthritis. It may also assist with diseases like Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis by reducing inflammation in the digestive tract.

Willow Bark (White)

Since ancient Egyptian and Roman times, white willow tree bark has alleviated pain and inflammation. White willow bark has been proven in many trials to have a similar effect to aspirin but with fewer side effects.

Cat Claws

Studies have proven that it may decrease inflammatory responses in the body and protect against gastrointestinal inflammation.

Rosemary

Rosemary has one of the greatest anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.

Cloves

Cloves have been proven to decrease inflammation in the mouth and throat. Cloves may also be used as an expectorant to cure diarrhea, nausea, hernia, and foul breath.

Ginger

Ginger has been proven to have a more significant anti-inflammatory impact than non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications in treating pain and inflammation. In addition, ginger suppresses the activation of many genes involved in the inflammatory response.

According to the University of Maryland Medical Center, ginger may help prevent or cure nausea and vomiting caused by motion sickness, pregnancy, or chemotherapy. It may also be used to treat heart disease and arthritis pain.

Cinnamon

Cinnamon has been found to have antioxidant, antidiabetic, antibacterial, anticancer, and lipid-lowering effects in addition to being anti-inflammatory. It’s even been discovered to help with neurological illnesses like Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s.

Heavy Metal  

Removing heavy metals from the body decreases inflammation and oxidative stress and improves the functioning of the neurological, digestive, cardiovascular, and immunological systems.

The body’s natural capacity to eliminate toxins strengthens your immune system; the better your detoxification system functions, and the fewer toxins you take in, the better your general health!

Ashwagandha

Ashwagandha strengthens the body’s immune system by boosting cell-mediated immunity. Natural killer cells, immune cells that fight illness and help you remain healthy, have been shown to increase activity in human studies. It also has powerful antioxidant properties, which assist in protecting cells from free radical damage. It has also been found to lower inflammatory indicators like C-reactive protein (CRP).

How to Maintain a Strong Immune System

Eat enough protein and healthy fats.

Maintain a healthy ratio of omega-3 to omega-6 fatty acids in your diet. According to research, a 1:4 ratio of omega-3 to omega-6 fats is beneficial to one’s health.

Provide micronutrients and phytonutrients that help the immune system operate properly.

Reduce your intake of allergens and toxins.

Keep your weight and cholesterol levels in check.

One approach to reducing calorie intake while consuming appropriate levels of micronutrients and immune-supporting phytonutrients is to base your diet on nutrient-dense foods.

In our Biofeedback Inflammation Disturbance Reduction program, the mentioned items have been considered and programmed into our system. Therefore, in that program, you will receive a report of which of those items came up as your stress disturbances and were harmonized. You will also receive 10 minute of your audio frequency tunes to listen to for the next seven days.

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