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Week 1: June 1 through June 7: modified S.O.S. Free Plan

Week 1: June 1 through June 7: modified S.O.S. Free Plan

June 1/19 – 1st day on modified S.O.S. Free Plan

What a difference a day makes. I started eating overt fats and feel like my meals are more satisfying and not eating as much grains, puffed cereals and rice cakes. I am not eat large quantities, but just small amount to my meals/snacks, like a handful of nuts and/or seeds, a spoon or 2 of coconut butter from Artisana on my stew/pasta, or a sprinkling of seeds on my salad. I also had some products with minimal amount of salt in them, vegan yogurt from Lavva, crackers from Mary’s Gone Crackers, corn thins from Real Food and granola from Go Raw. I do not feel any better/worse by eating them and perhaps it is because not overloading on them in my daily consumption.

June 4/19 – 4th day on modified S.O.S. Free Plan

I have been doing good with not using sugar, besides what mentioned previously and also not consuming any oil or products with oils in them, like snacks, etc. I have been consuming a bit more salt then I planned in the way of their inclusion in crackers I like to eat, but I don’t sprinkle it on my food. I do not see/feel any effects from it and do not have things with such a high percentage of salt like is seen in many packaged products and I do read the nutritional labels on everything I buy very thoroughly.

June 5/19 – 5th day on modified S.O.S. Free Plan

Today I did a couple of food demos at a health food store and after I was done was very tired and hungry and ate too many flax crackers and was quite a bit of salt and also tried some quinoa crackers that had oil in it, which was planning to avoid and had done so for 35 days and only had 4 small size ones and later on my head was not right and also the taste of it kept coming up in my mouth. I am not sure if all this was a combination of both crackers or just the ones with oil. Even with the small amount I ate, it affected me and that is likely because have not had oil in any products for over a month. I learned my lesson and will stay away from products with oil in them.

June 7/19 – 7th day on modified S.O.S. Free Plan

As you can see, am not writing every day, as before, only when there is something I think significant to share. I am still eating lots of Puffed Corn, even though added fats back to my plan, as I like to snack on them. I do like having more variety and options especially with eating nuts and seeds on a regular basis and also some products like to have for snacks that have them in there, like Kind Pressd Bars that are made with fruit and chia seeds and is a yummy snack to have.

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Are Fresh Turmeric Shots Actually Valuable For You? by Dr. J. E. Williams

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Are Fresh Turmeric Shots Actually Valuable For You? by Dr. J. E. Williams

The bright yellow spice turmeric is called the golden nutraceutical. And it is the latest morning super food shot of Manhattan supermodels and Hollywood celebrities. Raw turmeric shots may be new to Americans, and curry may be the British favorite food, but Indian curry dishes are thousands of year old. It is also commonly used in traditional Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine. Turmeric has an impressive chemical profile assuring its popularly in both Eastern and Western countries. Let’s look at the science and find out if raw turmeric shots are valuable for your health.

What Makes Turmeric So Healthy?

Curcumin is the medicinal component in turmeric (Curcumin longa) that gives it the bright yellow color. The active compounds in curcumin are curcuminoids. These substances are potent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant plant compounds, with an impressive scientific resume.

Curcumin helps lower C-reactive protein that causes heart disease. Scientific studies show that curcumin increases the activity of antioxidant enzymes in the body including raising glutathione levels. It enhances stem cells. It reduces the risk for cardiovascular disease by helping boost HDL (“good”) cholesterol and lowers LDL (“bad”) cholesterol. It increases nitric oxide in the blood, improves blood circulation, and reduces insulin resistance.

7 Health Benefits of Curcumin:
Arrests prostate, pancreatic, and colon cancer.
Promotes nerve regeneration and slows neurodegeneration.
Stimulates wound healing by increasing stem cell activity.
Valued for its anti-aging benefits.
Lowers high cholesterol.
Improves diabetes.
Reduces liver toxicity.
Because it is fat soluble, turmeric absorbs into the blood stream best when mixed with oils or fats, or with a meal that contains cooking oil. Traditional Indian food and many dishes from South China and Malaysia combine turmeric in curry dishes. Since a turmeric shot is a water-based drink, its absorption from digestion is weak. However, turmeric is healthy for the intestinal tract when not absorbed. That’s likely the advantage of turmeric shots.

Turmeric works synergistically with ginger root. In fact, they belong to the same plant family Zingiberaceae. Adding fresh ginger to a turmeric shot balances and energizes the mixture, and enhances the flavor.

Fresh turmeric rhizomes are pencil thin and about two inches long. Since less than 3% of fresh turmeric contains curcumin, the active compound, you have to use several rhizomes per shot. To make a turmeric power shot, add curcumin powder.

How to Make a Turmeric Power Shot:
Combine fresh peeled turmeric and ginger rhizomes in a blender with pure water or coconut juice. Use a NutriBullet or other high-speed blender, blend for a few minutes.
To boost effectiveness, add 500-1000 mg of 95% curcumin extract powder.
Add fresh lemon, raw honey, or sea salt, to balance the flavor.
If you like it hot, sprinkle a dash of black pepper or cayenne powder on top!
To increase the bioavailability of raw turmeric, try blending your power shot with a dash of fresh ground black pepper and a teaspoon of coconut butter.

Bottom Line On Raw Turmeric

One of nature’s most valuable herbs for human health, turmeric is considered safe to take daily. But, very high concentrations of curcumin extract may damage DNA and suppress immunity. Turmeric shots are well-tolerated in the digestive tract, producing a warm, comfortable feeling in the belly, and rarely causes a queasy stomach.

Turmeric is a tasty spice, and curcumin extract is a valuable nutraceutical supplement. Combined with small dietary changes done consistently over time, adding a daily super food like a raw turmeric shot can make a major difference in your health.
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