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Assimilaid, Powerful Nourishment For The Digestive System

Assimilaid

Food for the Digestive System

Assimilaid is one of the 5 formulas combined into Quinary. It nourishes the digestive system so the body can process food quickly and efficiently. Based on the Philosophy of Regeneration, this product is exclusively formulated with a proprietary blend of concentrated herbs for effectiveness. It is a unique combination of Eastern herbal tradition and Western science.

Assimilaid is highly concentrated with 100% natural
ingredients and tastes pleasant (like cinnamon) when mixed in water.

This formula has historically been used for many health benefits:

  • Helped alleviate constipation, heartburn, upset stomach, vomiting, indigestion,
    gastric ulcers, gastritis, colic and other gastrointestinal problems.
  • It has been known to inhibit the growth of bacteria and fungus, tonify the spleen
    and protect the liver.
  • Used to nourish the stomach and pancreas.
  • Herbs in this formula have also been used to control blood sugar levels, regulate blood pressure,
    control nausea and reduce fatigue.
  • It has been researched to provide digestive healing to the stomach and lubricates the intestinal tract.
  • It has relieved abdominal pain and distention.
  • Known to restore and normalize acid secretions and enzyme production. It can be a sleep aid
    because it can reduce gastrointestinal tension.

Ingredients:

Ginseng Root, Bai Zhu Root, Poria, Licorice Root, Pinellia Root. Orange Peel, Cinnamon Bark, Fennel
Seed, Amomum Seed, Mint Herb.

  • Ginseng Root as an adaptogen, ginseng exhibits anti-fatigue, anti-stress and anti-aging activity, as
    well as general improvement of mental and physical performance.
  • Bai Zhu Root has been shown in modern research to adjust gastrointestinal motility, fight ulcers, protect the liver, improve the immune system, relieve stress, enhance hematopoietic function, induce diuresis, fight oxidation, slow down aging, regulate blood sugar levels and fight cancer. Compared with the traditional applications, the above-mentioned findings are perfectly in line with them, which to some extent, gives more scientific proof to this amazing herb.
  • Poria is also well known for correcting problems related to the digestive system such as diarrhea,
    constipation, acidity, and other gastrointestinal issues. It promotes the discharge of digestive fluids
    and assists digestion as well as the transit of food in the gastrointestinal tract. It contains powerful
    anti-inflammatory properties that are beneficial to people suffering from psoriasis and other skin
    conditions. Studies have shown that one of the main benefits of poria is that it contains anti-cancer
    properties.
  • Pinella root is known for its soothing effect on the stomach and its anti-emetic (vomit) effect due to
    motion.
  • Orange peel extract has been used traditionally for indigestion as it increases gastric secretion.
  • Fennel seed, which is used to maintain normal functionality of the stomach, contains several
    essential oils rich in antioxidants.

Recommended use:

It is suggested that you start out with Quinary. Specific formulas that nourish the individual systems may be
added to Quinary Caps, Quinary powder or Liqui-Five (liquid vials). For dramatic results if you have a weak
digestive system, eat extra Assimilaid (A.D.): 10 capsules a day, for 10 days or longer, then 2-4
capsules/day for ongoing maintenance. An even better way is to open the capsules into warm-hot water,
add some Sunectar or Suncare and enjoy it as a tea.

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Carbs Good or Bad? Prevent Absorbtion of Bad Carbs

Are carbs good or bad? There are good and bad carbs, the good ones are in natural foods, fruit and vegetables, the bad ones in processed foods like cookies, cakes, white bread,ect. But there is a supplement that can help prevent the absorbtion of these bad carbs! Watch the video!

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Brain/Mental Health with Natural Foods

Dietary nutrients are critical for brain structure and function, so they have profound impact on mental health. Research showw the detrimental effect of unhealthy diets and nutrient deficiencies, as well as the protective value of healthy diets. Ofthe a selection nutritional supplements is required for maintaining and promoting mental health.

Research literature shows dietary improvement and nutritional interventions will reduce the risk and stop the progression, of certain psychiatric disorders. Clinical studies show that the use of certain nutrients, influences a range of neurochemical activities beneficial that determine mental states and disorders.

Clinical research shows that the use of several nutritional medicines for certain psychiatric disorders is benifical, like, omega-3 fatty acids; N-acetyl cysteine (NAC); S-adenosyl methionine (SAMe); zinc; magnesium; vitamin D; and B vitamins (including folic acid). Other natural compounds such as amino acids, plant-based antioxidants and microbiotics (derived from fermented food or laboratory synthesis) are also known to influence brain health.

Evidence supports allthough these natural compounds have brain chemical-modulating effects, there is no particular food that can be used as an effective for the treatment of mental illness.

The best nutritional advice to change to a diet of unprocessed whole food that will improve mental condition in general.

Oily fish such as sardines are the best source of omega-3 fats.

There are seven key nutrients that may positively influence brain health.

 

1. Omega-3

Omega-3 fatty acids play a vital role in maintaining proper neuronal structure and function, they form the building material for braincells. They also prove critical for the reduction of inflammatory processes in the body. Taking omega-3 supplements is beneficial with symptoms of depression, bipolar depression and post-traumatic stress disorder, it will not ‘cure’ those conditions, but stenghtens the natural processesin the body and brain that can help to reduce them. And it may potentially help prevent psychosis.

Omega-3 fats can be found in nuts, seeds and oysters, although the highest amounts exist in oily fish such as sardines, salmon, anchovies and mackerel. Due to higher levels of mercury, larger fish, such as mackerel, should be consumed in moderation.

 

2. B vitamins and folate

We need B vitamins for a range of cellular and metabolic processes, and they have a critical role in the production of a range of brain chemicals. Folate (B9) deficiency has been reported in depressed populations and among people who respond poorly to antidepressants.

Several studies have assessed the antidepressant effect of folic acid (the synthetic form of folate) with antidepressant medication. Some show positive results in enhancing either antidepressant response rates or the onset of response to these medications.
Nuts are a good source of folate, amino acids and minerals. Ahmed Al Masaood/Flickr, CC BY-NC-ND
Folate is found in abundance in leafy green vegetables, legumes, whole grains, brewer’s yeast and nuts. Unprocessed meats, eggs, cheese, dairy, whole grains and nuts are, in general, richest in B vitamins. If you’re going to take supplements, it’s advisable to take B vitamins together as they have a synergistic effect.

 

3. Amino acids

Amino acids are the building blocks for creating proteins, from which brain circuitry and brain chemicals are formed. Some amino acids are precursors of mood-modulating chemicals; tryptophan, for instance, is needed to create serotonin. Another example is cysteine, a sulphur-based amino acid that can convert into glutathione – the body’s most powerful antioxidant.

When given as a supplement, an amino acid form known as N-acetyl cysteine (NAC) converts into glutathione in the body. We have evidence that it’s helpful in bipolar depression, schizophrenia, trichotillomania and other compulsive and addictive behaviours. Another amino acid-based nutrient known as S-adenosyl methionine (SAMe) has antidepressant qualities.

Amino acids are found in any source of protein, most notably meats, seafood, eggs, nuts and legumes.
Amino acids are found in sources of protein such as meat. Suzanne Gerber/Flickr, CC BY-NC

 

4. Minerals

Minerals, especially zinc, magnesium and iron, have important roles in neurological function.

Zinc is an abundant trace element, being involved in many brain chemistry reactions. It’s also a key element supporting proper immune function. Deficiency has been linked to increased depressive symptoms and there’s emerging evidence for zinc supplementation in improving depressed mood, primarily alongside antidepressants.

Magnesium is also involved in many brain chemistry reactions and deficiency has been linked to depressive and anxiety symptoms. Iron is involved in many neurological activities and deficiency is associated with anxiety and depressive symptoms as well as developmental problems. This is, in part, due to its role in transporting oxygen to the brain.

Zinc is abundant in lean meats, oysters, whole grains, pumpkin seeds and nuts, while magnesium is richest in nuts, legumes, whole grains, leafy greens and soy. Iron occurs in higher amounts in unprocessed meats and organ meats, such as liver, and in modest amounts in grains, nuts and leafy greens, such as spinach.

 

5. Vitamin D

Vitamin D is a fat-soluble compound that’s important as much for brain development as it is for bone development. Data suggests low maternal levels of vitamin D are implicated in schizophrenia risk, and deficiency is linked to increased depressive symptoms. But there’s little evidence to support the use of vitamin D supplements for preventing depression.

Vitamin D can be synthesised via sunlight: 15 minutes a day on the skin between 10am and 3pm during summer, although be sure to seek professional health advice regarding skin cancer concerns. Aside from sunlight, vitamin D can also be found in oily fish, UVB-exposed mushrooms and fortified milk.

 

6. Plant-based antioxidants

An increase in oxidative stress and damage to brain cells has been implicated in a range of mental disorders, including depression and dementia. Antioxidant compounds (such as “polyphenols”, which are found in fruits and certain herbs) may “mop up” free radicals that damage cells to provide a natural way to combat excessive oxidation.

Consuming natural antioxidant compounds through your diet is better than taking supplements of high doses of synthetic vitamin A, C or E, as the oxidative system is finely tuned and excess may actually be harmful.

Fruits and vegetables contain these antioxidant compounds in relative abundance, especially blackberries, blueberries, raspberries and goji berries; grapes; mangoes and mangosteen; onions; garlic; kale; as well as green and black tea; various herbal teas; and coffee.

 

7. Microbiotics

Research shows a connection between the bacteria in our guts and brain health, which may affect mental health. When the composition of the gut microbiota is less than optimal, it can result in inflammatory responses that may negatively affect the nervous system and brain function.
Diets high in sugary, fatty and processed foods are associated with depression and poor brain health. Paul Townsend/Flickr, CC BY-ND
A balanced microfloral environment is supported by a diet rich in the foods that nourish beneficial bacteria and reduce harmful microbial species, such as Helicobacter pylori. Beneficial microflora can be supported by eating fermented foods such as tempeh, sauerkraut, kefir and yoghurt, and also by pectin-rich foods such as fruit skin.

What now?

Diets high in sugary, fatty and processed foods are associated with depression and poor brain health. While nutrient supplementation can have a role in maintaining proper brain function and treating certain psychiatric disorders, nutrients should, in the first instance, be consumed as part of a balanced wholefood diet.

There is now enough research evidence to show the importance of nutrients for mental as well as physical well-being. A discussion about diet and nutrition should be the starting point in conversations about mental health, just as it is for physical health.

 

The Most Effective Supplements, based on Chinese philosophy of health and balance.

Of course the Sunrider supplements, provide a wide range of natural foods that nourish the body with everything it needs, not only to stay healthy but even regenerate to a higher level of health. It thereby creates a condition in which the body is much more capable of dealing with challenges and even can get younger than its biological age.
When eating, Nuplus ( basic nourishment of cells) drinking Calli tea, (cell cleansing formula,directly influencing the mental state) and Quinary, (nourisching all organsystems) the body gets all it needs to regenerate. Next to these basic nourishing combinations there TOP and Ese, that provide direct nourishment for the braincells, creating a meditative( clear, focussed mind)without meditating.

 

This article is an largely copied and adjusted /edited article that was orginally published in the optimist.com

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Superfoods, Hype or Health

Nowadays everyone has heard of the term Superfoods, but what is it actually?

One article or TV program says it’s a bloated commercial story,while another says that they can improve health and life.

 

 

 

Both have some truth. If you look at the development of food over the last 100 years, you will see that many factors, especially the methods of Agriculture, have dramatically decreased the vitamins, minerals, protein, and other nutrients found in plants. Another factor is the radiation that is used in order to create a longer shelf life. The effects of new agricultural methods, that use fertilizers that exhaust the soil limit the amount of minerals plants receive which mainly aim to increase the plant’s growth rate. The body needs about 64 minerals to remain healthy, but most people today only get a small part of that.

Even if we eat a lot of fruit and vegetables, we do not get everything inside (because the minerals are no longer in the plant), especially with ready-prepared supermarket foods. The same goes for vitamins, we get too little in our current diet. (The problem is that there are many parties that have interests that cause them to refute these claims. However many studies show that the minerals and vitamins in fruits and vegetables have reduced 25-75% over the past 50-70 years).

Our mind and body have much more stress and need to process a lot of information. We have very busy lives and our bodies must deal with an abundance of new and strange chemicals that, to a large extent it cannot handle, but only dispose. Also, the body has to deal with many different types of radiation.

This combination ensures that there are shortages in the body and, illnesses are caused. Often times these illnesses do not cause us to die because there is medical treatment, but the quality of life decreases drastically.

Superfoods are a response to this development. The herbs, vegetables and fruits that are grown organically, and therefore contain more minerals and vitamins, provide our body nutrients that it would not otherwise get. The term superfoods was chosen as a term in contrast to the ready-made food in supermarkets that look beautiful, but have less, or even no nutrients and often contain a lot of harmful substances.

Superfoods are often exotic fruits or herbs, but they do not have to be. This term is therefore somewhat confusing. They are fruits and herbs that come from the area where they are grown with chemical fertilizers or treated with pesticides and are products that contain an extraordinary amount of vitamins or certain minerals and / or antioxidants.

Also, some types of fruits and vegetables in the west, are Superfoods. Apples, kale, avocados, kiwis, red peppers, sweet potatoes are all superfoods, especially if you buy the organic version.

So, I would say that, superfoods are fruits, vegetables and herbs with a relatively higher nutritional value (many vitamins, minerals, antioxidants enzyme content). ‘Super’ in comparison to ready-made foods and other fruits and vegetables that contain less nutrients.

You do not need exotic Superfoods to be optimally healthy, if you make sure that your most important foods consist of a combination of organic fruit and vegetable combinations grown here in the Netherlands. When taking a supplement, choose from spirulina, chia seeds, hemp seeds, wheat grass, or any other super combination. It can improve health depending on your condition and specific needs.

 

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Kale Is A Superfood, 10 Reasons Why

Kale , a Dutch Superfood. A Very good example of a superfood that is not all exotic, but in fact is a very ordinary vegetable and original Dutch, it is kale.

10 Reasons why Kale is a Superfood:

1. Kale is low in calories, high in fiber and no fat. A cup of kale containing only 100 grams or 36 cal, 5g fiber. Fibers are good for the intestines, they nourish the enzymes in the gut and stimulate the bowel.

2.  Kale contains a lot of iron, per calories kale contains more iron than steak. Iron is good for the health, because it is necessary to make hemoglobin, this is the substance that binds the oxygen with which the cells of the body are supplied with oxygen.

3. Kale contains lots of vitamin K. A diet high in Vitamin K protects the body against cancer. It is also necessary for a large number of functions such as bone health and the prevention of clumping of blood cells.

4. Kale contains a lot of antioxidants, such as carotenoids and flavonoids, which neutralize the free radicals in the body. Free radicals are particles that damage cells and ultimately are the source of all diseases.

5. Kale contains vitamin A, which is important for the eyes, as for the skin and lungs, it helps protect against cancer of the lungs and mouth.

6. Kale is a potent anti-flammatory power supply. Kale contains omega 3 fatty acid that play an important role in the prevention of arthritis, asthma and autoimmune diseases and is building material for brain cells.

7. Kale is important for healthy veins, it helps to decrease the bad cholesterol.

8. Kale contains lots of vitamin C, which is important for the immune system, the digestive system and lot of functions in the body including maintaining healthy cartilage and maintain flexibility of joints.

9. Kale contains lots of calcium, even more than the milk and it comes in a form which is absorbed much better by the body than the calcium in dairy products because besides the calcium, it contains other vitamins and mineral that are necessary for the body.

10. Kale is a powerful cleanser for the body. It contains a lot of fiber and sulfur which both play an important role in removing waste products from the body and maintaining healthy liver.

So you see that is an important superfood that is really inexpensive.

Preparation:

Kale can be prepared in many different ways, ofcourse, the famous kale stew, It is best not to cook the kale too long.

And kale is also very tasty in various smoothies, for example with lime, apple and ginger.

The advantage of a crude form of the kale is that all the vitamins and minerals are preserved in the best possible form.

In both forms, both raw and cooked kale is an important superfood which will improved your health when you eat regularly.

Eating kale on a regular basis is a great way to improve your health.

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Poor or Inflamed Gums Can Indicate Heart Problems

People with poor, inflamed gums would do well to have their heart checked. It appears that people with long-term and regular gum disease have a much greater chance of a heart attack.

The exact relationship between these two symptoms is not yet clear whether the heart problems caused the gum problems or vice versa.

Chronic gingivitis leads to loose teeth and is associated with acute inflammation in the veins of the heart, and even myocardial infarction. There is also a link between root canal problems, and heart problems. It is likely that the persistent inflammation of the posterior teeth (e.g., from the root canal) produces inflammatory substances, which damages the veins and increases the risk of heart attack.

The more severe the gum infection is, the greater the chance of a heart attack, the heavier the infarct will be.

Although more research is needed, the conclusion is justified that serious gum disease can be considered a predictor of a heart attack.

Inflammation in any location in the body points to an overused and badly functioning immune system. This may be the result of prolonged stress, poor diet, or a combination of both.

The immune system needs fresh foods, fruit and vegetables, in order to function properly. Stress, bad fats like trans fats, sugars and many chemicals, cause inflammation throughout the body. These all affect organs and veins, and it means more work for the immune system.

The immune system is able to keep this process in check when it gets enough nutrients from fresh fruits and vegetables, and it is important to also get adequate rest and sleep so the system can recover.

Inflammation can be reduced by more rest and a, switch to healthier, fresher foods and extra vitamin C (a very good one is Citric C, from Sunrider) made from natural products (no chemical made cheap vitamin C that does not work).

A big step towards health improvement can be made by adding Sunrider products to the daily diet. They provide every cell in the body with the right nutrients to function optimally, and that way, they support the body’s route to better health in which the immune system can deal with daily challenges.

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An Avocado A Day Reduce LDL “Bad” Cholesterol Level

If you eat an avocado every day, you will reduce LDL (“bad”) cholesterol levels, and this is especially true when this level has been raised because you are overweight or obese.

When you switch to good saturated fats and unsaturated oils (trans fats, sunflower oil, corn oil and other oils that you find in the supermarket, are NOT good for your health), that will definitely improve your health.

Fats are good for you; especially the saturated fats in good butter and coconut oil, as well as the unsaturated fats in good- quality olive oil (virgin, cold pressed). These are very good and necessary for good health. When you replace bad fats with good ones, or even add fat to your diet (especially in place of sugar and refined carbohydrates),health improves.

Pennsylvania State University conducted research, where 45 people were all heart patients with a normal to severe overweight. They received either a mixed diet, a low-fat diet without avocado, or a moderate fat diet with and without avocado. It was found that eating an avocado made a significant difference in their LDL levels, especially for patients who were overweight.

A similar effect can also be achieved when people add other healthy fats to their diet, such as oily fish, nuts, olive oil or more fresh vegetables, fruits and whole grains added them to their diet.

When you add more fresh fruits, vegetables and good fats to what you eat every day, you make a major step towards better health.

If only adding an avocado to your daily eating habits can make such a difference, it is clear small changes in diet can make a big difference for your health.

So start eating more healthy fats like coconut oil, butter, olive oil and fatty fish, and you will improve your health. If you do not want to eat more fish than I had omega 3 fatty acid capsules to your daily routine either by eating linseed.

The old idea that fat is bad for you is wrong; fats are essential for good health. Sugar is what is really bad for you.

If you want to go a step further improve your help even more, or quicker, the Sunrider products are the way to go. Sunrider products are a combinations of herbs chosen and combined in such a way that they provide nourishment for every cell, part, and organ in the body. All body cells are replaced in a year, which means after a year, you have a new body. If you provide your body with the optimal amount of nourishment and building materials to create new cells that are of a better quality than the ones they replace, then health improves, energy levels rise and you probably live longer and happier.

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Blueberries At Breakfast Keep Blood Pressure Low

Having blueberries at breakfast ensure blood pressure does not rise or decrease and they also ensure that the walls of veins remains smooth. Blood pressure is directly connected to the flexibility of veins;stiffer arteries are the cause of high blood pressure.

Blueberries contain many powerful antioxidants that are responsible for these effects. It is best to have a fruit a day and to accommodate fruits in a variety of colors. All of these colors have slightly different antioxidants, and they have a positive effect on the health of the heart.

Researchers gave subjects a couple of mixed fruit every day for eight weeks.

The subjects were postmenopausal women, and the subjects receives about 22 g of fruit powder a day. In the control group, the women received a similar amount of a placebo product. At the end of the study, results did show difference in women who received the blueberry powder at a low blood pressure from the women in the control group.

The difference was about 5-6.3% lower blood pressure for the women who had eaten the blueberry powder, and they also had 6.5% smoother arteries than the control group.

The level of nitric oxide(NO) in their blood, which plays an important role in the widening of veins, increased by 68%. This may explain the lower blood pressure effects.

Antioxidants and other substances in fruit and vegetables are very important for health. They provide nutrients for the immune system, improve bowel function, liver, the brain’s veins and improve overall health of the body.

The effects described in this study have been achieved with blueberry powder, so one can assume that the effects of fresh fruits, and certainly a mixture of fruits are even greater and more powerful.

The effects of such a small addition to the daily diet are clear; just a small replacement of processed foods with fresh fruit and vegetables can make a huge difference in one’s health.

If you want to go a step further in balancing the body and mind and improving health, then the sunrider herbal combinations are the perfect foods.

Sunrider products are herbs combined in such a way that they provide nourishment for every part and organ in the body with the best possible nutrients. The effect of that is that in the new cells of the body, the body is replacing cells all the time, are of a better quality than the ones they replace; the body therefore regenerates rejuvenates and, becomes younger. A healthier body goes together with a healthier mind and creates positive attitude in life, as well as less disease and a longer and happier, more successful life.

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30% of Cancer Avoidable

Three out of ten people who get cancer could have prevented the disease by having a healthier lifestyle, according to a study done by the Dutch Cancer Society, conducted by Dutch scientific research institute, TNO.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Whether or not a person smokes, their diet, and how much exercise they get are the most important factors.

In the Netherlands, every year there are more than 100,000 new cases of cancer. Of these, 44,000 people die from the disease. Genetics plays a big role, but whether a person has a healthy or unhealthy lifestyle is also important. An estimated 30 percent of new cancer cases in the Netherlands are caused by an unhealthy lifestyle.

Smoking

People who smoke have a much greater chance of getting cancer. 19,000 people get cancer every year by smoking, which is 19 percent of all cancers in the Netherlands. More than a quarter of them die. Excessive drinking, being overweight, or overexposure to the sun also increase a person’s risk of cancer, but smoking is by far the biggest risk factor.

Not one but several factors.

This short article in ‘nu.nl’ . Other studies show this number is much higher at 50%. Exercise is also important. There are so many factors that play a role and whose effects are added together because they all contribute to an overload of the immune system; they drain the ability of the body to create wastes and toxins. Substances that pollute the body can be found in the air, food, drinks, skin care, hair care and even cosmetics. The sum of all these taxes can ensure that the immune system no longer has enough energy to meet these challenges. Seldom does one substance or genetic predisposition determines whether the cancer can develop. Obviously, this is not the view of the average medical practitioner. No attention is paid to psychological factors or the effects of a combination of factors.

Also, the sun itself is not a risk factor. Our skin produces vitamin D when exposed to the sun. Only getting a sunburn is a risk factor. Being in the sun is a preventative factor more than it is a risk.

Not Genetic but environmental factors are decisive!

It is also important to know that genetic predisposition is not necessarily important. The latest research has found the genetic predisposition to more than 10% plays a role in the risk of developing cancer. The genetic predisposition can namely only be carried out if the environmental factors, such as diet, think and feel permit. That means someone may have a predisposition to cancer, but when this person has a healthy lifestyle, a little more than average in his or her diet, and careful attention to mental health problems, the risk is very small (10%) that he or she will get cancer.

There is so much more involved in the onset and course of the disease than the doctors think and or want us to believe.

Treatment

Medical treatment is not completely effective because it is based on a strijjd and broken want to make of cancer. Cancer cells come in each body; the body’s own immune system to cancer cells and is well able to restrain this process. Only when it is overloaded, do the cancer cells get a chance to further develop into cancer.

The way to deal with this is, therefore, not to make the body broken with chemotherapy but to strengthen the immune system. This way, the body itself will be capable of the process of return. Examination of physical or psychological factors also plays a role in the occurrence of overload and what can be done to reduce and resolve them.

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