Candida Craves Pasta for a Nice Tasty Weight Gain!
“Oh! Don’t take my Carbohydrates away from me the Candida screams”. Make her feel like she needs to eat more . . . Nudge her to eat that pasta at night, so we have all night to process our favorite food.” So what if it does keeps her awake. We need our excess carbohydrates to maintain our weight gain in this unhealthy body.” Excerpts from a conversation with an overweight body filled with Candida! Does Candida keep nudging you to stock up on more and more carbohydrates foods to fatten you up and increase your weight gain?
What is Candida? How does it sabotage your weight loss program? How does it put more weight gain on this body of yours? How does it show up as other conditions you wouldn’t think would be related?
Have you ever considered whether your body is totally yours? “It is estimated by medical scientists today that of the 100 trillion cell in your body, you only have claim to 10% of that total population as human cells. The rest of the body cells are critters that have specific functions of processing foods at various levels of molecular organization. How much of your DNA is yours? It is estimated by scientists that 2% of the DNA is human!
“In Biology of Belief,4 Dr. Bruce Lipton gives us a different perspective about current beliefs about how cell life is controlled not by parasite or germs, but by our own thoughts and the external environment. The Biology of Belief is a groundbreaking work in the field of New Biology. Author Dr. Bruce Lipton is a former medical school professor and research scientist. His experiments, and that of other leading edge scientists, have examined in great detail the processes by which cells receive information. The implications of this research radically change our understanding of life. It shows that genes and DNA do not control our biology; that instead DNA is controlled by signals from outside the cell, including the energetic messages emanating from our positive and negative thoughts. Dr. Lipton’s profoundly hopeful synthesis of the latest and best research in cell biology and quantum physics is being hailed as a major breakthrough showing that our bodies can be changed as we retrain our thinking!
The way you digest food is a complicated process but there are trillions of other cells that break foods down, extract nutrients for the human body needs and then throws away a substantial amount of refuse to be eliminated by your physical body through multiple channels : Lungs, Kidneys, Skin, Large Colon and Lymph flow. Bacteria, enzymes, trace minerals and other key factors play an important role in breaking foods down to useable sizes that your body can transform that food into something more useful to build human cells or provide energy. In essence we are a host to 90 trillion other critters who help us carry out different metabolic processes that help us stay alive and thrive.
Here is another example of the other critters in the body that have different effects on your health:
Wikipedia’s opinion about Candida!
“Candida is a genus of yeasts. Many species are harmless commensals or endosymbionts of hosts including humans, but other species, or harmless species in the wrong location, can cause disease. Candida albicans can cause infections (candidiasis or thrush) in humans and other animals, especially in immunocompromised patients. “
”Antibiotics promote yeast infections, including gastrointestinal Candida overgrowth, and penetration of the GI mucosa. Many people are under the impression that only women get genital yeast infections. Regardless of gender, prolonged antibiotic use increases your risk of a yeast infection. Also, men and women with diabetes or impaired immune systems, such as those with HIV, are more susceptible to yeast infections. “
The significance of Candida is it throws you off tract in your weight loss programs and shifts you to a weight gain process. Many people think that the urges within them are just natural human desires for particular types of food. These may also be emotional conditions setup prior to weight gain. This could also be an experience that formed in the early years of life as modeling with parents, siblings or school mates. Sometimes we use food to comfort our current stress levels. We also can use food as an escape from reality. Each of these situations can be a breeding ground for critters like Candida to flourish and grow out of proportion causing us other health problems. We have to learn to discern when its critters inside asking us to feed them or some other former stress affecting our reasons or emotions for overeating causing weigh gain.
So how would you stop this process of some part of the body nudging you to eat more of carbohydrate foods instead of foods that will allow you to bring your weight gain into its proper balance? You have to understand the language which is more food but really more carbohydrates, more sugar, more acid foods, more comfort foods that help the critters stay alive and flourish. This keeps you either at a plateau in your weight loss program or adds more weight gain without you be able to figure out why?
You have created some old habits that may be preconceived ideas of how you should be. Other factors that influence how you will manage your weight gain can be based upon emotional, trauma, or even prior injuries. These patterns have you locked into a brain pattern that feeds the critters inside you at the expense of your body size and weight! The energy in your acupuncture system is very unbalanced and would tell us a quick story about who are the major players that are causing this imbalance in your body through their insistent pattern of weight gain! Here is where we have to do a little detective work to find how to set your path on weight loss that is permanent.
Weight Gain is an unbalanced learned process! Weight Loss is unwinding these old patterns of compensation and establishing newer workable patterns of maintain the proper weight and balance in your whole body and brain. When there is an imbalance in any of the groups of critters in the 90% of the body that’s not ours, you will find an imbalance or lack of certain trace minerals, insufficient amino acids, not enough enzymes, toxic materials interfering with regular metabolic processes, and other excesses and deficiencies in the metabolic actions.
Congratulations! Getting the right knowledge into action puts you on the right path to accomplish your desired goal! See it Done, Feel it Done and Trust that it is Done!
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