Water The Great Mystery (pt.1of6)

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Raw Living Foods – What Are They?

 

Raw Living Food Gives Us The Power To Change…

  • Raw living foods are foods that contain enzymes.
  • Only sprouted raw foods are 100% alive. These are biogenic foods and therefore the most powerful foods, having life force of the germ still intact.
  • Un-sprouted raw foods are in the process of deterioration, due to enzymatic actions.  These are bioactive foods, they are ripe, mature foods, but they do not have the power of the biogenic foods
  • Enzymes start to degrade in as little as 106 degrees F or 41C).
  • Heating food over 118 degrees F or 48 C destroys the vast majority of the enzymes in raw foods
  • 120 degrees F or 49 C enzymes are non-existent in the food and therefore it is cooked food.
  • Most raw foodists do not heat their food above 105 degrees F or 40C.
  • Raw foods contain all the nutrient value inherent in the food.
  • Raw living foods (sprouted) tend to show dramatic increase in nutritional values.
  • Raw foods do not raise white blood cell counts, but improve immune system functions.
  • Raw foods are associated with positive physiological and psychological change which may increase human life spans.
  • Raw foods are known to lower death rates associated with heart attacks – British Medical Journal, 1996.
  • Raw foods have been associated with removing toxic substance from the body.
  • Raw foods enhance  proper digestion and help support the digestive system.
  • Raw foods destroy free radicals.
  • Raw foods are free of carcinogen-causing free radicals.
  • Raw foods may lower colon cancer risks – Journal of Nutrition, 1992
  • Raw foods lower the chances of breast cancer – Journal Epidemiology, 1998.
  • Raw and living foods such as many nuts, seeds, grains, fruits, vegetables, flowers, berries and leafy greens have protein – China Project.
  • Only about one-half the amount of protein, if eaten raw from protein plant food, is necessary – China Project.
Sending out love and gratitude,
Bobby
Robert Morgan, is the Health Education Director at Creative Health Institute in Union City, Michigan.

About Candidasis

 

There are more than 20 species of Candida, the most common being Candida albicans. These fungi live on all surfaces of our bodies. Candida yeast grows naturally in the gut, however, when this yeast multiplies out of control it can unbalance your whole system, creating an acidic environment where yeast over-growth and bad bacteria can thrive. Over time this imbalance in the intestinal flora lowers the immune system, leaving the us open to sickness and disease…. In addition, the presence of heavy metals in a person with Candida can mean that even when they are on a strict anti-candida diet the yeast may not be brought under control. After more thant 2 years of research, CHI’s Candida detox and rebuild program has been carefully designed to target the problem by seeking to eliminate the yeast overgrowth on a permanent basis. Sending everyone love peace and health, Bobby

 

Are You At Risk From A Candida Albicans Overgrowth? 

  • taken birth control pills
  • inability to lose or gain weight
  • fatigue
  • concentration/focus problems
  • short term memory
  • painful joints
  • muscle aches
  • pour  sleep
  • white coated tongue
  • chronic sinusitis
  • painful gas/abdominal bloating
  • frequent urination
  • constipation and/or diarrhea
  • headaches including migraines
  • visual blurring
  • sensitivity to light
  • depression
  • irritability
  • anxiety
  • panic attacks
  • mood swings
  • chills
  • night sweats
  • shortness of breath
  • dizziness and balance problems
  • sensitivity to heat/cold
  • gluten intolerance
  • irregular heartbeat
  • antibiotics, steroids
  • hypothyroidism
  • diabetes

 

  • irritable bowel
  • painful gas/abdominal bloating
  • low grade fever or low body temperature
  • numbness/tingling in the face or extremities
  • dryness of mouth and eyes
  • difficulty swallowing
  • menstrual problems (PMS/endometriosis)
  • recurrent yeast infections
  • recurrent ear infections
  • skin rashes
  • dry/flaking skin
  • eczema
  • dermatitis
  • acne
  • skin discoloration/blotchiness
  • dandruff
  • jock and rectal itching
  • chronic athlete’s foot
  • chronic toenail and fingernail fungus
  • ringing in the ears (tinnitus)
  • allergies
  • sensitivity to noise/sounds
  • sensitivity to foods
  • sensitivity to chemicals
  • sensitivity to odors
  • anemia
  • child birth
  • diet of processed foods
  • parasites

If the answer is yes to any of the above, then read on…

 When Should You Do A Candida Detox

If you suffer from or suspect that you suffer from any of the aforementioned symptoms you may have Candida.
If you have you been following an anti-Candida diet for some time and still experience any of the aforementioned symptoms.
If you suspect they may have heavy metals in their system.

The Diet

The anti-candida diet is designed to starve the yeast, reduce acidity and bring the body back to its ideal pH balance. It consists of energy soups, green juices and living foods that alkalize your system. During the Candida Detoxificaton program you will include herbal tinctures, probiotics and natural supplements to target the yeast, zeolite a liquid mineral supplement to chelate heavy metals.

 The Program

This detox will help you for re-establish the balance of good bacteria and yeast in the colon. You will restore healthy bowel function, relieving gas, bloating and other candida symptoms. You will remove heavy metals so as to eliminate yeast overgrowth on a permanent basis.

The Candida Detoxification Program comprises a special anti-candida diet of special energy soups, fresh green juices and living foods, herbal tinctures and natural supplements, zeolite mineral supplement to chelate heavy metals, probiotics, Candida detox therapies including daily far Infrared sauna sessions, daily use of the electronic Candida-Parasite cleansing uint, daily health education classes, proper food prep classes, welcome kit including everything you will need for your Candida detoxification program.

For more information relating to Candida and home testing for it, please read the following article by our Health Education Director, Bobby http://www.creativehealthinstitute.com/blog/yeastovergrowth/

 Program Includes Everything You Need To Take Charge!

  • A Candida Detox diet based in the traditional teachings of Dr Ann Wigmore.
  • Specific foods including  energy soups, juices and teas
  • Probiotics
  • Superfood supplementation
  • Herbal tinctures
  • Natural supplements
  • Essential Oils
  • Zeolite Mineral Supplement for chelation of heavy metals
  • Daily use of the electronic Candida-Parasite clearing unit.
  • Far infrared sauna therapy sessions daily
  • Daily health education and food preparation classes
  • Post- detox guidelines to help you transition from your detox

CREATIVE HEALTH INSTITUTE SHOWS YOU HOW TO SET UP YOUR RAW LIVING FOOD KITCHEN

Simple, user friendly, easy to clean, not too big, inexpensive, practical and fun!  These words will be our guide in selecting the best juicer, blender, dehydrator, food processor and other tools which you can use in your raw living food kitchen.

When it comes to getting your kitchen equipment together, it’s all about : “will you actually use them on a regular basis?” You need to think about what kind of money you want to spend, which kind of raw living food recipes tickle your fancy and how likely you are to make them.   Now,with that picture in mind, let’s choose the best raw living food juicer, blender, dehydrator and other raw living food kitchen tools.  To really enjoy the art of raw living food preparation, there are some basic tools you need to make it a lot easier, quicker and fun. Use a few of them or use them all, depending on your favorite recipes, available time and budget.

Quick Overview of Raw Living Food Kitchen Tools

Kitchen Tool

How often used

Used for:

Price

User Friendliness

Easy Cleaning

Size

Juicer – Centrifuge Daily

Carrot Juice (Pine)Apple Cucumber Juice

$99 -$299

Very Easy

5 min

Medium-Large

Juicer – Green Star, Weekly

Greens Juice wheat grass nut milk

$150 -$350

Easy

10-15 min

Large

High Speed Blender Daily

Smoothies Soups Sauces Spreads Cake batters Ice-cream

$199 -$400

Very Easy

2 min

Medium-Large

Dehydrator Monthly

Crackers Cookies Bars “Bread”

$159 -$229

Easy

5-10 min

Very Large

Water Purifier Daily

Clean Water

$25 -$499

Very Easy

1 min

Medium-Large

Food Processor Monthly

Slices Veggies Colelsaw Spreads

$89 – $399

Easy

5-10 min

Not too large

Kitchen Tool

How often used

Used for:

Price

User Friendliness

Easy Cleaning

Size

Coffee Grinder Weekly

Grind Seeds Grinded Nuts Grinded Cacoa Beans

$10-$30

Very Easy

1 min

Small

Sprouter Weekly

Sprouts grass

$5-$100

Moderate

5-10 min

Medium

Hand Blender Daily

Spreads Mouses Smoothies

$49 -$99

Very Easy

2 min

Small

The easiest and most popular appliance is a high speed blender.  This is key to a raw living foodist – what a stove is to a a professional chef.  You’ll make smoothies, shakes and soups within minutes.  And you’ll use it many times a day.  The two brands most used are Vitamix and Blendtec.  They’re equally good.  There is also a new blender that is sold by Montel Willam’s company and shows great promise. The best raw living food juicer depends on what you expect to be juicing most.  Carrots are easiest in a centrifuge juicer, whereas wheatgrass and green leafy vegetables go best in a twin gear or single auger juicer.  If you have a juice bar around the corner and as long as you can get the volume of juice you need to support your lifestyle, you may choose to buy your juice already made instead of investing in a good juicer, the problem is that you will be most likely missing out on enzymes and other nutrients. If you buy a centrifuge juicer, make sure you buy one with a wide mouth so you can juice whole apples and carrots without any pre-cutting.  There are many inexpensive centrifuge juicers, so find one that suits your needs and budget.  To date, the most frequently used twin gear juicer is the Greenstar Juicer. A dehydrator is a fun tool, and difficult to live without for a raw living foodest!  For intermediate to advanced raw living foodests, a dehydrator is essential for making breads, cookies and  snacks.  The Excalibur dehydrator is the most popular and you should get a model large enough to make enough dehydrated recipes to last you through out the week or up to a month. Having access to your own spring – pure, raw, living water – would be ideal, unfortunately that is not really feasible for most of us!  Alternatively, a water purifier is something you might consider.  It’s more economical and ecological than buying bottled water, and when you purify your own water you know you are getting the best quality water, for you and your family.  You can buy a good a tap filter, or under-counter model, and don’t forget the bathtub and shower chlorine-filter, since your skin is your largest organ and absorbs the water that you bath in.  You may even want to spend some extra money adding an ionizer. A food processor is fun and necessary if you are going to eat 80%+ raw living food and make gourmet foods.  For small jobs, here at Creative Health Institute we find it’s just as easy to use a knife or the much cheaper and smaller mandolin or spiral slicer.  When you have a lot of slicing, dicing and mixing to do, nothing beats a food processor.  So if you have space and a few extra dollars, we recommend buying one, but it’s not as important as a good blender in a raw living food kitchen. A coffee grinder is great for finely grinding nuts, seeds and cacao beans in smaller quantities.  A grinder is small and relatively inexpensive.  It’s not an absolute must in a raw living food kitchen, but is so inexpensive that not having one would just be a personal preference choice. I love the hand blender!  To me, it’s a simple and cheap version of a table model, high speed blender.  If you have a Cuisinart hand blender you can take it on trips and with 700 Watts, you can use it where you’d use the high speed blenders, although your mixtures won’t be as smooth and the cell walls of the food you blending won’t be broken down as efficiently as with a high speed table model.  However, it  really does the job for traveling, for making green smoothies, energy soups, quick pestos and small amounts of sauce, etc., making it easy for you to never miss out on the yummy raw living food dishes you will come to love. Other Great ToolsOnce you have the basics, other fun  and very useful tools to consider are:

  • Ceramic Knifes
  • Mandoline
  • Cutting Board
  • Spiralizer
  • Nut Milk Bag
  • Hand Held Water Purifying Bottle – For those live springs and rivers
  • Fun and BeautifulChina, Silverware, Fun Table Decorations Candles, Napkins, etc. (Remember We Eat With Our Eyes First)

Making Right Choices, Means Asking The Right QuestionsHow to decide what appliances to buy…  Answer the following questions for yourself:

  • What kind of recipes would you like to make?
  • Do I love gourmet or more simple juices, smoothies, seed & nut milks, crackers, pastas?
  • Do I prefer quick and easy recipes such as smoothies, soups and juices or do I like to make more complicated recipes with lots of different ingredients?

Guideline you may want to use:

  • Simple healthy raw living food recipes:  high speed blender, juicer, knifes, hand blender, water purifier.
  • Complex &Gourmet:  dehydrator, mandoline, spiralizer, sprouting system.

How much time do you have for raw living food preparation?

  • Little time:   blender, centrifuge juicer, apple slicer, maybe dehydrator, cleaver, coffee grinder, hand blender, water purifier.
  • More time: mandolin, spiralizer, sprouter, nut milk bag, twin gear juicer, dehydrator, food processor.

How much space do you have in your kitchen?

  • Small kitchen:  centrifuge juicer, (hand)blender, nut bag, high speed hand blender.
  • Large kitchen:  twin gear juicer, dehydrator, water purifier, distiller, sprouter, table top blender.

Consider your budget:  How much do you want to spend on your new kitchen equipment?  If you are on a tight budget, choose only what you need most.  To save money, you might consider asking for (money for) kitchen tools for Christmas or your birthday.   Low budget:  Fill this in with what you think you can afford.

Kitchen Tool

How often used

Used for:

Price

User Friendliness

Easy Cleaning

Size


SUMMARY OF RAW LIVING FOOD KITCHEN TOOLS

  1. The Very Basic Must Haves:  High speed blender or hand blender, good knifes, cutting board, water purifier.
  2. Intermediate:  High speed blender, hand blender, good knives, cutting board, water purifier, nut bag/cheese cloth,  sprouting jars, twin gear juicer, centrifuge juicer, coffee grinder, dehydrator, mandolin.
  3. Advanced:  It’s your choice. Now it’s time to dream… The main thing is get started, the rest will fall into place!

Our desire is for you to live in vibrant health and enjoy life to its fullest. We are here to assist you in every way possible. Please feel free to all us with any questions you may have about recipes, or your raw food journey. My personal line is 866.426.1213 ext12   Peace & Blessings, Robert Morgan – Bobby Master Chef & Program Education Director Creative Health Institute 112 West Union City Drive Union City,Michigan

SETTING UP YOUR RAW LIVING FOOD KITCHEN

  Simple, user friendly, easy to clean, not too big, inexpensive, practical and fun!  These words will be our guide in selecting the best juicer, blender, dehydrator, food processor and other tools which you can use in your raw living food kitchen.   When it comes to getting your kitchen equipment together, it’s all about : “will you actually use them on a regular basis?” You need to think about what kind of money you want to spend, which kind of raw living food recipes tickle your fancy and how likely you are to make them.   Now,with that picture in mind, let’s choose the best raw living food juicer, blender, dehydrator and other raw living food kitchen tools.  To really enjoy the art of raw living food preparation, there are some basic tools you need to make it a lot easier, quicker and fun. Use a few of them or use them all, depending on your favorite recipes, available time and budget.

Quick Overview of Raw Living Food Kitchen Tools

Kitchen Tool

How often used

Used for:

Price

User Friendliness

Easy Cleaning

Size

Juicer – Centrifuge Daily

Carrot Juice (Pine)Apple Cucumber Juice

$99 -$299

Very Easy

5 min

Medium-Large

Juicer – Green Star, Weekly

Greens Juice wheat grass nut milk

$150 -$350

Easy

10-15 min

Large

High Speed Blender Daily

Smoothies Soups Sauces Spreads Cake batters Ice-cream

$199 -$400

Very Easy

2 min

Medium-Large

Dehydrator Monthly

Crackers Cookies Bars “Bread”

$159 -$229

Easy

5-10 min

Very Large

Water Purifier Daily

Clean Water

$25 -$499

Very Easy

1 min

Medium-Large

Food Processor Monthly

Slices Veggies Colelsaw Spreads

$89 – $399

Easy

5-10 min

Not too large

Kitchen Tool

How often used

Used for:

Price

User Friendliness

Easy Cleaning

Size

Coffee Grinder Weekly

Grind Seeds Grinded Nuts Grinded Cacoa Beans

$10-$30

Very Easy

1 min

Small

Sprouter Weekly

Sprouts grass

$5-$100

Moderate

5-10 min

Medium

Hand Blender Daily

Spreads Mouses Smoothies

$49 -$99

Very Easy

2 min

Small

The easiest and most popular appliance is a high speed blender.  This is key to a raw living foodist – what a stove is to a a professional chef.  You’ll make smoothies, shakes and soups within minutes.  And you’ll use it many times a day.  The two brands most used are Vitamix and Blendtec.  They’re equally good.  There is also a new blender that is sold by Montel Willam’s company and shows great promise. The best raw living food juicer depends on what you expect to be juicing most.  Carrots are easiest in a centrifuge juicer, whereas wheatgrass and green leafy vegetables go best in a twin gear or single auger juicer.  If you have a juice bar around the corner and as long as you can get the volume of juice you need to support your lifestyle, you may choose to buy your juice already made instead of investing in a good juicer, the problem is that you will be most likely missing out on enzymes and other nutrients. If you buy a centrifuge juicer, make sure you buy one with a wide mouth so you can juice whole apples and carrots without any pre-cutting.  There are many inexpensive centrifuge juicers, so find one that suits your needs and budget.  To date, the most frequently used twin gear juicer is the Greenstar Juicer. A dehydrator is a fun tool, and difficult to live without for a raw living foodest!  For intermediate to advanced raw living foodests, a dehydrator is essential for making breads, cookies and  snacks.  The Excalibur dehydrator is the most popular and you should get a model large enough to make enough dehydrated recipes to last you through out the week or up to a month. Having access to your own spring – pure, raw, living water – would be ideal, unfortunately that is not really feasible for most of us!  Alternatively, a water purifier is something you might consider.  It’s more economical and ecological than buying bottled water, and when you purify your own water you know you are getting the best quality water, for you and your family.  You can buy a good a tap filter, or under-counter model, and don’t forget the bathtub and shower chlorine-filter, since your skin is your largest organ and absorbs the water that you bath in.  You may even want to spend some extra money adding an ionizer. A food processor is fun and necessary if you are going to eat 80%+ raw living food and make gourmet foods.  For small jobs, here at Creative Health Institute we find it’s just as easy to use a knife or the much cheaper and smaller mandolin or spiral slicer.  When you have a lot of slicing, dicing and mixing to do, nothing beats a food processor.  So if you have space and a few extra dollars, we recommend buying one, but it’s not as important as a good blender in a raw living food kitchen. A coffee grinder is great for finely grinding nuts, seeds and cacao beans in smaller quantities.  A grinder is small and relatively inexpensive.  It’s not an absolute must in a raw living food kitchen, but is so inexpensive that not having one would just be a personal preference choice. I love the hand blender!  To me, it’s a simple and cheap version of a table model, high speed blender.  If you have a Cuisinart hand blender you can take it on trips and with 700 Watts, you can use it where you’d use the high speed blenders, although your mixtures won’t be as smooth and the cell walls of the food you blending won’t be broken down as efficiently as with a high speed table model.  However, it  really does the job for traveling, for making green smoothies, energy soups, quick pestos and small amounts of sauce, etc., making it easy for you to never miss out on the yummy raw living food dishes you will come to love. Other Great ToolsOnce you have the basics, other fun  and very useful tools to consider are:

  • Ceramic Knifes
  • Mandoline
  • Cutting Board
  • Spiralizer
  • Nut Milk Bag
  • Hand Held Water Purifying Bottle – For those live springs and rivers
  • Fun and BeautifulChina, Silverware, Fun Table Decorations Candles, Napkins, etc. (Remember We Eat With Our Eyes First)

Making Right Choices, Means Asking The Right QuestionsHow to decide what appliances to buy…  Answer the following questions for yourself:

  • What kind of recipes would you like to make?
  • Do I love gourmet or more simple juices, smoothies, seed & nut milks, crackers, pastas?
  • Do I prefer quick and easy recipes such as smoothies, soups and juices or do I like to make more complicated recipes with lots of different ingredients?

Guideline you may want to use:

  • Simple healthy raw living food recipes:  high speed blender, juicer, knifes, hand blender, water purifier.
  • Complex &Gourmet:  dehydrator, mandoline, spiralizer, sprouting system.

How much time do you have for raw living food preparation?

  • Little time:   blender, centrifuge juicer, apple slicer, maybe dehydrator, cleaver, coffee grinder, hand blender, water purifier.
  • More time: mandolin, spiralizer, sprouter, nut milk bag, twin gear juicer, dehydrator, food processor.

How much space do you have in your kitchen?

  • Small kitchen:  centrifuge juicer, (hand)blender, nut bag, high speed hand blender.
  • Large kitchen:  twin gear juicer, dehydrator, water purifier, distiller, sprouter, table top blender.

Consider your budget:  How much do you want to spend on your new kitchen equipment?  If you are on a tight budget, choose only what you need most.  To save money, you might consider asking for (money for) kitchen tools for Christmas or your birthday.   Low budget:  Fill this in with what you think you can afford.

Kitchen Tool

How often used

Used for:

Price

User Friendliness

Easy Cleaning

Size


SUMMARY OF RAW LIVING FOOD KITCHEN TOOLS

  1. The Very Basic Must Haves:  High speed blender or hand blender, good knifes, cutting board, water purifier.
  2. Intermediate:  High speed blender, hand blender, good knives, cutting board, water purifier, nut bag/cheese cloth,  sprouting jars, twin gear juicer, centrifuge juicer, coffee grinder, dehydrator, mandolin.
  3. Advanced:  It’s your choice. Now it’s time to dream… The main thing is get started, the rest will fall into place!

Our desire is for you to live in vibrant health and enjoy life to its fullest. We are here to assist you in every way possible. Please feel free to all us with any questions you may have about recipes, or your raw food journey. My personal line is 866.426.1213 ext12   Peace & Blessings, Robert Morgan – Bobby Master Chef & Program Education Director Creative Health Institute 112 West Union City Drive Union City,Michigan

A Simple Yeast Overgrowth Test You Can Do At Home

 
Yeast Over Growth Test

“Some health care professionals believe that Up to 89% of Americans May Have Candida” – If you would like to have a good indication if you have an over abundance of yeast… 

Try this Fast Candida Saliva Test Our Students & Guest Do It Every Day!` 

When you awake in the morning, before you brush your teeth, drink anything or eat any food, bring your tongue to the roof of your mouth and make a chewing motion until you have enough saliva in your mouth, then spit the saliva into a clear 8 oz  glass of water. Within 5-15 minutes, look in the glass. If there are strings coming down from your saliva, or if the water turned cloudy, or if your saliva sank to the bottom, You May have a Candida concern.  Healthy saliva will simply float on the top! 

Why does this work? 

Candida overgrowth begins in the colon. Overtime, as the fungal yeast multiplies it begins to migrate through the digestive tract, moving up into the small intestine, then the stomach (bloating, indigestion), up the esophagus and into the mouth. If it becomes strongly entrenched there and many times you can see a white film on your tongue and inside your cheeks. Once it has moved up to the mouth and you spit into a glass of water the yeast will sink because it is heavier than water. If there is no yeast, it will float on top. 

Remember this test is not 100% accurate and may miss yeast that has not traveled into the up the digestive track and entrenched itself on the tongue or in the mouth.  At Creative Health Institute we use the test as an indicator making sure our students understand that it is both a science and an art, when it comes to reading the results of the saliva test.

Physicians have other testing modalites which help with identifying Candida Overgrowth (CO).  One of the most reliable is the Candida Immune Complexes test, followed by a combinatoin of IgA, IgG and IgM test.  These tests range from $100 to $250, excluding the cost of your office visit.

Checklist for Candida Albicans  

This test is reviewing the signs and symptoms to determine if you have Candida Albicans yeast infection Overgrowth. 

Candida Albicans yeast infection Overgrowth, Candida Overgrowth (CO) symptoms are so numerous and seemingly unrelated that they can be confusing to both doctor and patient. The majority of people who have CO do not realize they have it until they become seriously ill. Why? Because candida yeast not only steals nutrients from the food that you eat, it then poisons the tissues with waste material containing over 75 known toxins. Candida albicans is linked, directly or indirectly, to the following list of conditions and symptoms. A “symptom” is an outward sign that points to a deeper problem. 

Review the 80 likely symptoms listed below to see if any apply to you. Give yourself ONE POINT for each of those which you have had persistently (for a month or longer, either currently or at anytime in the past).

Digestive Troubles

  • Bad Breath,
  • Gas/Bloating,
  • Indigestion,
  • Diarrhea,
  • Constipation,
  • Intestinal Pain,
  • Low Blood Sugar,
  • Food / sugar cravings,
  • Mouth or stomach ulcers,
  • Allergies (Air or Food),
  • Food Sensitivities,
  • Heartburn,
  • Dry Mouth,
  • Receding Gums,
  • Hemorrhoids, rectal itch
  • Irritable bowel.

Behavioral 

  • Anti-social Behavior,
  • Suicidal Tendencies,
  • Insomnia,
  • Depression,
  • Anxiety, high strung.
  • Irritability.

Skin & Joint Problems 

  • Thrush, Diaper Rash,
  • Acne, Skin Rash or Hives,
  • Dry Skin & Itching,
  • Finger, toe or foot Fungus,
  • Athlete’s Foot,
  • Liver Spots,
  • Water Retention,
  • Joint Pain,
  • Muscle Aches,
  • Numbness.

Troubles 

  • Hyperactivity
  • Attention Deficit Disorder,
  • Lack of Impulse Control,
Female Problems

  • Infertility,
  • Vaginal Yeast Infection,
  • Menstrual Problems,
  • PMS Symptoms,
  • Bladder Infections,
  • Endometriosis,
  • No Sex Drive,
  • Hormonal Imbalance,
  • Iron Deficiency.

Mental & Emotional 

  • Dizziness,
  • Mental Fogginess, (Confused, spaced-out, blank stares, day dreaming)
  • Inability to Concentrate (Having to re-read the same thing twice)
  • Poor memory (Where are my car keys? or, Why did I come into this room?)
  • Mood Swings,
  • Headaches.

Immune Problems 

  • Lethargic/Laziness,
  • Chronic Fatigue,
  • Asthma, Hay Fever,
  • Colds & Flu,
  • Puffy Eyes,
  • Respiratory Problems,
  • Chemical Sensitivity,
  • Epstein Barr Virus,
  • Adrenal/Thyroid Failure,
  • Cold/Shaky,
  • Ear Infections,
  • Chronic sore throat,
  • Post nasal drip,
  • Hair Loss,
  • Stuffed sinus (sinusitis),
  • Overweight,
  • Underweight,
  • Diabetes,
  • Burning Eyes,
  • Premature Aging,
  • Autism

YOUR ADDED SCORE IS _____ (one point per symptom) 

0-4 points – Indicates variations of normal living (unless persistent and severe).
5-9 Points– Indicates a Clear Pattern shows likely development of CO dysbiosis.
10 or more – Indicates Strong Pattern and almost certain CO dysbiosis. 

The term dysbiosis was originally introduced in the early 1900s by Dr Eli Metchnikoff to describe an imbalance of the bacteria in the gut. Literally it means ‘dys’ incorrect and ‘biosis’ life. The word comes from ‘symbiosis’ meaning to reside together harmoniously with the ‘dys’ meaning the opposite. He coined the expression that “Death begins in the gut!”. Metchnikoff was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1908 for his work on friendly bacterial flora [1]. He introduced the idea that fermented milk products could prove beneficial to the gut, inhibiting bacterial infection. He believed that the root of many diseases was via intestinal bacteria decomposing protein in the bowel. Lactic acid producing bacteria were believed to stunt the production of the pathogenic bacteria. 

Evidence has suggested that Dysbiosis plays a part in many conditions such as: Over production of yeast, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Anklyosing Spondylitus, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Chronic Fatigue, Eczema, food allergies. Many people are unaware that they are even suffering from Dysbiosis.  

Please call us if you need more information about our programs and how we deal with helping you to eliminate yeast overgrowth.

Blessings,

Robert Morgan – Bobby

Creative Health Institute

Union City, Michigan 49094

866.426.1213