Food-Drug Interactions Thursday, May 20 2010 

Grapefruit can cause drug reactions. But grapefruit is not the only fruit that reacts with drugs… other fruits with digestive enzymes also cause drug reactions:

pineapple-papaya-mango-mange-strawberries-kiwi-grapes-ginger-mustard-coriander-aloe vera-etc and citrus fruits: oranges lemons limes and grapefruit

Chemical additives can also cause drug reactions:
Meat tenderizers (sodium phosphates)… found in processed meat and fish… and in processed foods and snacks.
Bread tenderizers… in commercial bread (soft breads)
Lact-Aid… lactase
Lactase lipase invertase etc… and digestive enzyme supplements

Digestive enzymes and chemical tenderizers cause drug reactions… ADR Adverse Drug Reactions… strong chemical reactions that cause tissue and organ damage.
Can cause severe heart damage… and also liver and kidney damage (chemical burn).

The above foods and chemical additives can cause ADR adverse drug reactions… with Rx drugs and antibiotics (except penicillin and amoxicillin)… and ibuprofen.

When you have a severe drug reaction, you need to see a medical doctor.
Because it makes you sick… very sick.

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Example 1: quinlones react with pineapple, and possibly other foods with DE digestive enzymes. Causes inflamed enlarged heart (severe heart damage).
Example 2: ibuprofen + meat tenderizer (sodium phosphate) in tuna, French Fries and potato chips etc = causes heart damage… severe chemical burn… the heart feels like it has been fried in a frying pan

Treatment:
Can use Apple Juice to stop drug reactions… or vitamin C ascorbic acid

Treatment for inflammation (chemical burn):
For severe inflammation… use honey oatmeal slippery-elm and tea… twice daily
To repair organ damage… use extra protein and ice-cream (contains carrageenan).

After meals and before bed… use oat milk… and cocoa or chocolate
And you start to feel better within 1 month.

When using antibiotics and ibuprofen, you need to follow a bland diet to prevent drug reactions.

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For more information about treatment see the following articles:
Natural Heart Care
Medicinal Uses of Seaweed gelatin: agar and carrageenan
Ice-cream is good for cancer patients…
Medicinal Uses of Honey
Health Benefits of Oats
Medicinal Uses of Cocoa
Coffee and Cocoa

For Optimal Health: Whole Foods and Gelatin Sunday, Mar 14 2010 

For optimal health: Vitamins minerals and trace elements.
Amino acids (protein) and gelatin. Complex carbohydrates and fatty acids.

Vitamins minerals and trace elements: found mostly in fruits and vegetables

Extra protein at each meal: for athletes… and for the sick and injured.

Gelatin daily: animal source – organic Soups broths gravy Jello. Meat and fish.
plant source – oats barley potatoes dates and flaxseeds. Grains beans and legumes.

Seaweed gelatin – agar and carrageenan. Can be used 3-4x per week.

Fats at each meal: 2 tsp organic Canola oil… and 1 tsp Olive oil.
Contains all the essential fatty acids. Can be used unheated… added at the table.
Add to oatmeal and dry cereal. Pancakes omelets and quiche.
Add to soups, sandwiches and salads. Stews, casseroles, pasta and pizza.

NB – The secret ingredient in chicken soup is gelatin. When you’re sick and weak,
it makes you feel better. Gelatin increases immune function, and improves health.

NB2 – Dates and almonds. Great snack… and feels like a meal. Also, dates and peanuts.

NB3 – Can be useful to keep a daily Food and Drug Record.

Copyright: Prinac, 2010.

Health Benefits of Oats Sunday, Mar 14 2010 

OATS and oatmeal: an alkaline food. And a source of plant gelatin.
Cooked oatmeal feels like a complete meal. Cooking breaks down the proteins,
and the oats become gelatinous.
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Medicinal properties: anti-acid and anti-inflammatory.
For pain and inflammation of tissue and organs: use honey oatmeal ice-cream and tea

For inflamed organs (oat milk and oatmeal): for inflamed heart and lungs and brain
For strong bones (cooked oatmeal): prevents bone loss. Regenerates ligaments and bones.
For good health and longevity.
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Oats contain protein, complex CHO and lipids (essential fatty acids). Rich in calcium magnesium and phosphorous.
Good source of folic acid and B vitamins: thiamine riboflavin niacin.
Also contains zinc selenium vitamin E and iron.

Oatmilk: 1/2 cup of dry oats in a cup of cold water. Cover and let soak for 1 hour.
Stir often. Becomes milky, and has a pleasant taste.
May strain it before drinking.

Raw oatmeal: (not cooked) Soak oats in cold water for 1 hour or more.
Can be soaked overnite, for 8 hours. Tastes better than cooked oatmeal.

Oat Milk sold in the UK (2001) under the brand name of Oatly.
Popular in Sweden.

Can be used for cooking, instead of cows milk.
Can be used in custards, cakes and mashed potatoes etc.

Copyright: Prinac, 2010.