Most people know that a lack of sleep causes cognitive impairment but not that your digestive tract gets out of whack and you eat more.
I was listening to the radio the other day and a study had been done and it was discovered that people who work into the early morning hours or start their day in the early morning eat much more food and gain more weight.
It made sense to me but in s slightly different way. I have noticed over the years that if I am put into a situation where I have to get up very early in the morning (4 or 5 am), I do eat more but my digestive tract gets disrupted and gives me that “uneasy” feeling for the rest of the day.
Since I started using Dr. Dadamo’s blood type specific probiotics many years ago, this problem is minimized and I am able to get my gut ecosystem back on track much quicker.
If lack of sleep is your kryptonite like me, be sure to keep your digestive system working properly with Dr. Dadamo’s Blood type specific Probiotics.
A whole new me
If you didn’t know it, your body will produce about 12 brand new skeletons over a normal lifespan. Things like muscle, skin and blood cells are replaced daily in order to keep our bodies at an optimum level of health.
Cells in our body are built upon proteins that do all kinds of jobs based on the types of carbohydrates that are assigned to them. Sometimes the proteins don’t fold just right and become impaired or useless. The cell usually stores these mis-folded proteins until too many are made and the cell gets clogged with them. The cell still functions but at a lower capacity and quality.
In comes Trehalose Complex by Dr. Peter D’Adamo. In a simplified explanation, Trehalose causes cells to either fix themselves or waive the white flag. By fixing corrupted cells and causing the destruction of others, more “new” you is created!
Trehalose also keeps the cell structure “together” better and the cell retains proper water balance. All of this results in a healthier cell. A healthier cell means a longer living cell and a healthier, longer living you.
I started using Trehalose on April 5th, 2012. I haven’t noticed anything extraordinary so far but I have noticed acne on my face and other places on my body that I don’t normally get it. I equate this to a “detox” effect of the Trehalose causing corrupted cells to be expelled and my skin is paying for it.
Even if I don’t notice what others have experienced, I chalk it up to the 12 years that I have been following ERFYT, LRFYT, GTD and SWAMI. After all, it does take a long time to process 7 trillion cells.
Thank you Dr. D.
Yesterday my wife reluctantly told me that her ankle, back and fingers had finally stopped causing her a lot of pain. I thought she was feeling guilty about taking pain medication. Come to find out that she finally took my advice and stopped eating wheat, breads and pasta and noticed a difference within two days!
For all of you new people out there please beware!
The lectin (protein) in wheat is a destructive little beast. First it damages the lining of your intestines causing discomfort, irritation and larger openings for the lectins to get into your blood stream. Then it gets into your joints and attaches to the tissue causing inflammation. White blood cells see a problem and attack the tissue causing damage. Wheat lectins also mimic insulin by attaching to the same receptor sites but do not respond the cell instructions to let go when the cell has had enough sugar. When cells take in too much sugar it is stored as fat. Wheat protein has even been found in the brains of Alzheimer sufferers.
If that was not enough, wheat lectins are attracted to the thyroid and attach, causing inflammation and then the thyroid gets damaged when white blood cells sense something is wrong and attack the inflamed tissue.
My wife has seen results with her joints feeling better, but I hope she sees the connection to her thyroid issues before it gets any worse.
I was watching TV last week and came across a show on grilling. The host was grilling hamburgers and was using Evoo to coat the grilling surface and brushed some of the Evoo on the burgers to add some flavor.
Since Evoo is good for Type O's and my SWAMI, I thought I would give it a try. To my surprise the Evoo had a rather unpleasant reaction to my digestive tract, causing me to have some diarrhea. I thought the first day was a fluke since I started feeling a little sick. When it continued for the next 2 days and then stopped when I discontinued the Evoo, I knew what the culprit was.
This is just another example of individuality when it comes to ERFYT, GenoType and SWAMI.
Tweaks in your diet are to be expected. You are an individual.
If you’ve ever wondered if an “avoid” really bothers you or not, keep reading.
This has happened in the past once before but that didn’t stop me from testing my liver one more time. You see, my wife has been complaining that when we go out to eat the food I choose always costs more because I “special order” to comply with ERFYT. I always counter with the fact that I only order water to drink which offsets the increased cost of my meals. Well last week I finally had enough of her complaining and decided to order a raspberry iced tea with my meal just to see if she would say anything. The tea tasted wonderful and went down easy….too easy…so easy I ordered a second. I of course drank the second raspberry tea all too easily too.
After our meal we did some driving around and in about 30 minutes I started getting some sharp liver pains. This lasted for about 20 minutes. This episode gave me a flashback to about 5 years ago when on a very hot day at work we were treated to Gatorade. I thought at the time I could “cheat” a little since I had been following ERFYT for so long. I drank 3 bottles of grape flavor Gatorade- and they tasted soooo good…but within about 30 minutes I started having sharp liver pains that lasted 20-30 minutes. Back then I realized the corn syrup in the Gatorade was causing me all this grief and I learned that once you have been following ERFYT for awhile, you can really discern when certain foods or beverages do not agree with you.
My little experiment didn’t quite go as expected but gave me even more conviction that Dr. D’Adamo is the man.