How I Poisoned My Kids With “Superfoods”

In today’s world, we are inundated with the message that consuming fruits and vegetables is essential for optimal health. We’re told they protect our hearts, prevent cancer, and provide vital nutrients and fiber. However, what we’re not often told is how fruits and vegetables can harbor hidden dangers. They contain anti-nutrients that may lead to vitamin and mineral deficiencies, their toxins can accumulate in our bodies, and the narrative that we must rely on them for optimal health is not entirely accurate.

Connecting the Dots: Navigating Lymphatics, Toxins and Brain Health

This last year I experienced phenomenal changes in my brain and body. Reflecting on my life and all of the new information I’ve been able to absorb, I’ve come to recognize my lifelong challenges with learning disabilities, anxiety, and their connection to my chronic pain. The first hint of how food can change our mind …

BCHE and Fat Metabolism

In the complex world of our body’s inner workings, a lesser-known hero called Butyrylcholinesterase (BChE) is taking the spotlight. Except no one is talking about it!

Initially recognized for breaking down specific substances, this enzyme is found in important organs like the liver, blood, and brain. Recent scientific discoveries, however, reveal that BChE might have a broader role in managing fats, or lipids, in our bodies.

Nambudripad’s Allergy Elimination Technique (NAET) – Does it work?

First, what is NAET? NAET, an abbreviation for Nambudripad’s Allergy Elimination Technique, originated in California and integrates principles from allopathic (Western medical knowledge), chiropractic, acupuncture, kinesiology, and nutrition. This holistic approach is a natural, non-invasive, and drug-free treatment. Allow me to guide you through my personal experience and understanding of how NAET works: Understanding the …

What is a Butyrylcholinesterase (BCHE) Deficiency?

Ever heard of a Butyrylcholinesterase (BCHE) Deficiency? No worries, it’s a mouthful! But trust me, this tiny enzyme holds a big secret about your health. From affecting your mood to your risk of diseases, BCHE’s got its fingers in many pies. We’ll even dive into what nightshade foods have to do with it. We’re decoding BCHE, one fascinating piece at a time!

Advancements in Treating Obesity, Anxiety, Depression, BCHE Deficiency, Pesticide and Herbicide Poisoning

In recent years, groundbreaking research has expanded the horizons of medical science, offering promising avenues for treating a range of conditions, from obesity and emotional disorders to organophosphate poisoning and pseudocholinesterase (BCHE) deficiency. These remarkable developments hold the potential to transform healthcare and improve the lives of millions of people. Let’s delve into these exciting advancements!

Should NIGHTSHADE Veggies Be Consumed in Pregnancy?

During pregnancy, it’s important to be aware of the foods you eat and their potential effects on both you and your baby. That’s why it’s essential to know about nightshades and their cautions during pregnancy. Nightshades include a variety of vegetables such as tomatoes, potatoes, eggplants, bell peppers, tomatillos, pimentos and goji berries. Pregnant women should carefully consider whether or not to consume these types of vegetables since they contain a toxic chemical called solanine that can cause health complications in some cases.

How to Search Raw DNA Data Files for BCHE Variants

A few years ago, I was lucky enough to find a gene variant that greatly impacts my life. The BCHE variants. Learning this information changed my life and I found the relief I had been searching for. BCHE variants can reduce butyrylcholinesterase enzyme activity. These enzymes are involved in detoxing pesticides, herbicides, the alkaloids in nightshades, and …