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FEATURE Getting well and staying well in 2005

February 2005 (Vol. 15 Issue 11) /

Over our past year's search for the best health regimes, the work of two people has particularly stood out

FEATURE The right foods for your type

February 2005 (Vol. 15 Issue 11)

Protein types should:* eat protein at every meal* emphasise high-density, high-purine, high-fat foods* go easy with grains (wholegrains only), and avoid all breads except sprouted-grain and sourdough breads* emphasise vegetables grown above ground* eat the following sparingly: corn, potatoes, beets, and carrots, all of which are high-glycaemic-index foods* monitor fruit consumption - limit to avocado, unripened apples, pears and bananas, and no citrus * have vegetable juices in moderation and avoid fruit juices* eat nuts* freely eat fats of all varieties (including real butter, natural cold-pressed oils and non-hydrogenated margarines)* snack as needed* avoid caffeine, sugar and uncooked foods high in oxalic acids that interfere with calcium absorption (such as black tea, chocolate, cranberries, grapes and strawberries)* avoid foods high in phytates (wheat, oats, soy and soy milk), which can lead to mineral deficiencies, allergies, intestinal distress and bone loss, as they interfere with your high need for calcium

FEATURE Antacids for indigestion

February 2005 (Vol. 15 Issue 11)

Frequent reflux, heartburn and indigestion could be signs of a more serious, underlying problem such as leaky gut, parasites or fermentation in the gut, perhaps due to an overgrowth of Candida albicans

FEATURE Tell tale signs of protein or carbo overload

February 2005 (Vol. 15 Issue 11) /

The cells in your body are like little woodfires

FEATURE Pregnant women prescribed dangerous drugs

February 2005 (Vol. 15 Issue 11) /

Women who are very young or pregnant are two population groups who should almost never be prescribed general pharmaceuticals

FEATURE So you think you need . . . botox and other instant facelifts

February 2005 (Vol. 15 Issue 11)

Besides Botox, clinics offer a number of other ways to enhance, sculpt and prettify

FEATURE Enzyme therapy works for autistic children

February 2005 (Vol. 15 Issue 11)

Many parents are finding they are able to help their children who are in the autistic spectrum, even severely autistic ones, through diet

FEATURE A very peculiar pecking order

February 2005 (Vol. 15 Issue 11)

, a 28-year-old single woman, was troubled by cold sores, which seemed to be triggered by citrus

FEATURE So you think you need . . . botox and other instant facelifts

February 2005 (Vol. 15 Issue 11)

* Clean up and customise your diet (see our Special Report) and eat an unprocessed, organic diet, rich in antioxidants

FEATURE A new device that's hard to swallow

February 2005 (Vol. 15 Issue 11)

I would like to know how problems related to new surgical devices are recorded

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