Top 10 Most Dangerous Foods You Can Eat For Your Immune System

Hello, Health Champions.. You probably know that immunity has never been more important than it is right now, but I want you to understand how much power you have over the strength of your immune system When a wave of infectious disease sweeps around the world, your diet and lifestyle could make All the difference between falling prey to it or thriving, and it all starts with knowing what not to eat.

Coming right. Up., Hey! I'm Dr. Ekberg., I'm, a holistic doctor and a former Olympic Decathlete, and if you want to truly master help by understanding how the body really works, make sure you subscribe hit that bell and turn on all the notifications.

So you never miss any life-saving information. Everyone has an immune system, but for different people. It works to different degrees, but we have to understand about it. Is that it overall capacity the overall ability to defend yourself against foreign Invaders? So it's, not like one single system.

It every part of your body., The strength and energy and capacity of your whole body working together, and we want to understand that all the pathogens are opportunistic. A pathogen is something that can cause disease and opportunistic means that they take advantage of any kind of weakness.

If your armor isn't up to speed, then they're going to break through and they going to take advantage of that - and this is yeast fungus, bacteria parasites any sort of foreign Invader, but also, of course, viruses such as Corona Or flu, etc it doesn't matter.

What any of these pathogens are? They're all trying to find a weakness and take advantage of it. So our job is to take care of the body and strengthen it and give it all. The resources so, first of all, we want to give it support and that's.

Things like food, the nutrients building blocks essential nutrients. We want to give it proper rest and recovery. We want to put it in a state of peace, because that's, the only time that your immune system will work properly write, and then we want to cut back on interference.

We want to reduce the things that make it harder for the body to put its energy at defending itself, and here were talking primarily about stress, which is emotional stress, physical stress, anything in life that you have to expend energy to deal with and, of course, toxins.

So food falls into two categories. It could either be something to support you or something that interferes to illustrate this point. I want to show you some recent fatality statistics and I just picked Spain one out of many countries.

They're all pretty similar, but if we look at people over 80 they had a fatality rate of 15 %, but if we go down to the people who are 10 years younger the rate dropped to under 5 %. If we cut back 10 more years, it's down under 2 % and for people under 60.

The rate is close to zero. So what we're, seeing here is that people under 60 has a survival rate of 39 to 111 times better and just to put that in perspective. A lot of times they talk about. Oh, do this, do this thing and increase or reduce your chances by 10 or 20 % expressed in percent, we're, talkin 3900 to 11100 %, and that is your immune system.

The difference is your immune system right. It's. The same pathogen, but it's, a different level of Defense in xb1. I understand the difference between statistic and you that when they express things as percentages, they're, always looking at a statistical population.

But when it comes to you, when it comes to the individual, you decide where you fit, because there are lots of 80 year old people, 90 100 year old people who survived and their survival rate was 100 %.

So never look at statistics and let it scare you but understand what you can do about it anytime. We're dealing with something unknown and people are dying there's. A lot of fear, and one thing we certainly don't want to trivialize this, but we want to get over irrational fear.

We want to understand what the real risks are. What you can do to protect yourself because it's, not about age, and I come back to that in a second lots of people over a hundred years old, as old as 113 years old, have been infected and survive the coronavirus.

So we want to respect others and how you choose and how they choose to conduct their life. But most of all, you want to understand and start influencing the power that you have over. Your immune system.

Age is often cited as the number one risk factor in disease, whether it's, Corona or flu, the elderly die the most. But what is it about age that makes you susceptible Well aging. People are more prone to degeneration.

They have lived longer than I'm more time to degenerate, but some old people are not very degenerated. They have brain shrinkage, they have nutritional deficiencies because with age with degeneration, they reduce the production of hydrochloric, acid and digestive enzymes.

So now the food they eat, they're, absorbing fewer less percentage of the nutrients from the food, so they get nutritional deficiencies, their metabolism slows down their ability to repair and recover and make immune cells go down, but most of all the older people Get the more drugs they put them on.

, So the average 65 year old in the u.s. is on over half a dozen drugs and drugs interfere. They suppress function in the body, so even though they treat symptom, they make you less healthy. They allow for less homeostasis.

In the body., The second risk factor that & # 39. S talked about the most is Syndrome X or metabolic syndrome, that's, insulin, resistance, diabetes, high blood pressure or obesity and so on, and what these have in common is that they are insulin resistance and what high chronic levels of insulin do is they Cause a certain congestion there's, an imbalance between what you put in your body and what you burn and get rid of that with insulin.

It is there's too much storage and you don't, keep up with the elimination phase, and now you get congestion and toxicity Syndrome X, insulin, resistance is also associated with inflammation and it is associated with oxidative stress.

So here are the risk factors: the real ones are not age and metabolic syndrome, it is degeneration, brain shrinkage and all these different items that make them up, and all of these are things that you can influence now.

The topic for this video is food. What are the worst foods that you can eat for your immune system? So we want to ask two questions about the food first question is: what does it provide cuz we want to support.

The body would want to give it essential nutrients, essential amino acids, fatty acid vitamins and minerals, etc. Does the food provide any of that when we eat something? The purpose is to give us that, but what is in the food? Does it actually have anything? The body needs, and second we want to ask this food: does it have anything that interferes? Does it have anything that makes it harder that creates inflammation or insulin resistance or any of those things? So here are the 10 foods in the 10 categories of foods or principles in reverse order.

Number ten anything in excess is a burden, so this could be alcohol. A teaspoon of alcohol is not a toxin. A cup of alcohol is a toxin. It's more than your liver can process. In a day it depletes you of nutrients.

It puts an enormous stress on the liver meat, nothing wrong with me per se, but if you have trouble digesting it, if your digestive tract can only process so much at any given time, then more than that amount is a burden, but it doesn'T matter what you eat, they couldn't meet, it could be vegetables.

If you have a hard time tolerating raw vegetables, then that's, a burden, it unbalances, something in you. If you don & # 39, t tolerate it well, and so, if you have trouble with raw vegetables cook them there's, some people that do great on all raw vegetables that some people I can't handle them also huge meals.

If your digestive tract has a limited capacity to processed food at any given time, then a huge meal could be a big burden. This is a limitation for a lot of people trying to do one meal a day. They like the principal they feel good, but their digestive tract of can't handle that much.

So I understand that it's, not about any of these things in particular, but any excess is a burden so pay attention to what your body is telling you number 9, anything that you're sensitive to is a problem there's, a saying that one man's: food is another man's poison, even if you can eat something it doesn't mean that it's good for me and also get over the notion That it's supposed to be good for you.

We hear this so often it, but it's supposed to be good for you. Well, if it's reacting with your body, if your body has a sensitivity that causes inflammation, then it's, poison to you, it's, one of the worst things you can eat.

Even if it's. Super healthy to someone else and some of the most common ones would be shrimp, Dairy, peanut, soy and corn. And of course, we modern wheat, especially number eight Dairy, and I'm, bringing this up as a separate item, because it is so there's very, very few people that can tolerated well in my office.

It is along with wheat. It's, the most common sensitivity I see, but it makes a difference what type it is and the reason people don't tolerate it is that it's, pasteurized and homogenized that is harshly processed.

They changed it from the original food, but if you're ferment, it now you're, bringing back some of those enzymes and some of those bacteria that help you digest it that actually contribute to your digestive tract and also high-fat, is Better, so if you eat something like butter, it has lot of good fats and the proteins which are the problem are only a fraction of that and you can go one step further.

If you're still sensitive and you can have clarified butter or ghee people usually do really well on yogurt a good quality, not too sugary, flavored kind and also on sour cream, but try to avoid regular milk and skim milk.

They cause a whole lot more problems than people realize food number 7. To avoid for your immune system is plant oils. These are the ones that have been called vegetable oils and we & # 39. Ve been sold these for the last 50 years as healthy, but they are the opposite.

They're made from seed grain and beans legumes and they're, very inflammatory because they're high in omega-6's, which again it's, not a bad thing in itself. But when we're supposed to get a one-to-one ratio and we get a 20 to 1 ratio, then it's pro-inflammatory because of how they're processed.

They become toxic, a lot of these beans and seeds and grains don't. Have a lot of fat in them. Like corn is not a very fatty food, so you have to apply lots of pressure, lots of heat and strong chemicals like solvents to extract the oil from the food.

As a result, they become very toxic and also because of the processing they're empty calories. There's. Nothing left in the food that your body needs there's, no essential nutrients. There's, no vitamin or mineral, nothing at all.

It's as bland as sugar exceptions to the rule of plant oils are coconut oil and extra virgin olive oil. Why? Because these foods are very high in fat to start with, so it doesn't, take much heat or pressure, and it takes no chemicals or solvent you just squeeze them a little bit and out comes the oil.

Furthermore, the coconut oil saturated, which is very stable and extra virgin olive oil, is monounsaturated, also very stable, so these things will stay safe. They'll, stay stable and fresh for weeks and months, even without refrigeration, so that's.

Why? These are excellent alternatives and they actually have some good nutrients as well. Number six is margarine, so now we get all of the bad stuff from plant oils plus these margarines are also partially hydrogenated, and that means that they've taken this plant oil, that's harshly processed, that's, devoid Of any nutrients and the nuke it with hydrogens, and now they change the chemical composition, they turn it from a liquid to a solid, but in the process they create a molecule that has never ever been created in nature before it is completely foreign and we don't have the enzymes we don't.

Have the machinery to deal with this, so it's, a poison. It's, a toxin, it's, a terrible, terrible thing, and even the mainstream has realized this because physical trans fats and now they have to label for that.

So what is it good for it's still being sold? So if you have some, then get it out and build yourself a little castle or something be a little creative with it, but be sure you don't lick your fingers afterwards, not that you'd, want to cuz.

It tastes. Terrible number five avoid chemical additives, also known as poison.. These are even added to food to make it so unattractive to living things that not even mold wants it. Not even bacteria, not even fungus, wants this thing, and these poisons are usually classified under GRAS.

That means generally regarded as safe, they have been approved by experts and I don't know. Maybe these are the same experts that told us that cigarettes and margarine was a good thing and what they do is they take these toxins one at a time and they run them through a process and they test them on rats or some other unsuspecting animal, and They check how much will kill them and then they back off until they find this much won't kill you, but here's, my concern that they test them one at a time and what, if you get a little bit in A thousand different ways we have to realize these are designed to be poison and there is no amount that is natural in the human body.

Number four thing to avoid is sweetness. You have the blue, the pink in the yellow aspartame, the sacrament of the sucralose, and, if you check the fine print, you also want to avoid Acesulfame, potassium or Acesulfame K.

All of these are pesticides. They were in the process of developing neurotoxins to kill little bugs when they found out that these could taste sweet and then they modified them a little bit and turned them into artificial sweeteners, and especially the aspartame breaks down into formaldehyde, also known as embalming fluid and Methanol, which is wood, alcohol, the stuff that makes you blind so even if you don't die from it right away.

Do you think your immune system likes it? I would suggest you avoid it. So what is it good for? Well, I have heard that the aspartame is pretty good as an ant killer, so if you put it in the corners or outside in the yard, then you can get rid of it.

That way. Third thing to avoid is grain, and why is that? Well several reasons. First, because it's, a starch about 80 % by weight of most grains is starch, which is another form of glucose within minute.

It starts breaking down to glucose being absorbed in your bloodstream and raising blood, glucose and insulin and driving metabolic syndrome, but also grain is a very common allergen and the one in particular is modern, wheat, the ancient weeds and the rye, or not so bad, but modern Wheat is the number one sensitivity that I find in my office and some of the additional reasons is that they raise it.

They grow it with glyphosate, which is the pesticide, and it is not specifically technically a GMO, but it's. Hybridized GMO means that they changed the genetic code and back when they hybridized this.

They didn't have the sophistication to splice the genes, but they did other things to it. They irradiated it and nuked it and just kind of waited to see where the pieces fell, so they've done things to the wheat that's even worse than than GMO.

Actually. Number two thing that will wreck your immune system is processed food, and why is this? Because it has preservatives also known as poison. It has flavorings, which are chemicals that stimulate your taste buds right when they process it, they remove all of the actual flavor from the food, and then they have to trick you into eating it by putting back addictive chemicals that trick your brain into making.

You think that there's, actually some flavor here and they're, pretty addictive. This is a whole industry in itself. It contains sugar very frequently, which is a drug that gives you a buzz, basically very addictive and they're depleted.

There is nothing left in these processed foods that your body needs essential, amino acids, essential fatty acids, vitamins and minerals. There's, basically nothing there and then they add in some synthetic vitamins to make it look like they have nutrients, but it's, pretty much all garbage the biggest problem with food.

If we don & # 39, t understand what food is anymore, so let me give you a little illustration right. Every other species on the planet. They either eat something directly from the planet, something that grew on the planet or they eat something that ate something.

That grew on the planet. This is the circle of life, and this is how every species have been eating. They've, been eating from the earth and then in the last 50 years, humans have changed into eating this stuff.

Okay, are you kidding me? This is not food. There's, not a single item of food. There's. Nothing here that provides anything that you need sure you can survive on it for months or years or decades, but you cannot thrive and you cannot strengthen your body on that.

So just kind of look at. How does this make? You feel take a deep breath and just sort of sense what this is compared to that, and I think you'll start to get the picture and the number one thing to avoid if you want a healthy immune system, is sugar.

So what's? The worst thing about sugar? Well, it contains fructose and fructose directly interferes with your immune system, interferes with virtually every metabolic reaction in the body, but especially it clogs up the liver.

It's, a liver poison. It is almost as potent as alcohol, but it is disguised because everyone knows to avoid alcohol. We don't, give alcohol or vodka to kids, but we feed them all these processed foods and these sugar and these drinks, so fructose will kill the liver and one of the worst things often talked about is high, fructose corn syrup, and why is That spoken of, why is that argued that it's so much worse than sugar, because it's, 55 % fructose vs.

50 % fructose, So they're, really close yeah high fructose corn syrup it's. A little more chemically processed and it's a little higher, but they're, both really bad, and then we get to the sacred cow fruit.

So dried fruit has about 15 to 35 % fructose, which means twice as much. Sugar. Fresh Fruit has about 3 to 8 % fructose, and a lot of people will argue that will this is a natural sugar? It's different than packaged by nature.

It has fiber and water, it's absorbed much slower, and all of that is true, but it doesn't matter. If it's absorbed slower because it's still going to go through the liver. At some point now, if you're healthy, if you have a super clean liver which is rare and you don't have insulin resistance, then you could probably eat a fruit or two, maybe not every day, but several times a week And you would still be fine, but if you have insulin resistance, if you are obese, if you have a fatty liver, then you have most likely ruined your carbohydrate tolerance.

You can't deal with these things anymore and if you're trying to move away from a fatty liver to a clean liver, if you're trying to reverse the process, then you can't put In any amount of the stuff that caused it, you have to be much more strict than someone who never had the problem right.

So if you have some dried fruits into by an 8 oz bag and you eat half of it now you just got the same. Fructose as drinking three or four sodas right that's, not going to be very helpful, so maybe have a few berries here and there, but if you are trying to reverse it, you have been very strict about this, so you have all seen these Campaigns, these information campaigns on how to protect yourself.

When there's, a pandemic weather is Corona or the flu, and I'm, not going to even get into that, but there's. So much talk about that part and there is never any talk. I haven't heard anything from official public sources about how to change your immune system, and here is where you can actually change your risk a hundred times.

You can reduce your risk of 100 times, I believe so. Let's. Talk about that! Let's, pay that some attention and make get serious about that aspect and, like we talked about the way you do, that is to cut sugar and you cut all of the foods that we talked about in this video, but then eats real food And I've done lots of videos on this, so check them out and learn what real food is, how to not get insulin resistant.

Then you want to exercise done lots of videos on that, because exercise activates, the body improves circulation, stimulates the brain. It's, an excellent way to strengthen your immune system, get enough sleep because, while you're sleeping, you're, allowing your body to reset your allowing your nervous system to calm down.

You're. Putting your body into a healing state and without adequate sleep and recovery. If you live in constant stress, then you will not allow your immune system to do what it does and then let me mention meditation.

This is something that a lot of people know that it would be a good idea that maybe I should give it a try. Oh, but it's so hard to do it. It's so hard to find the time. Well, I urge you to take it seriously and learn how to meditate, because I don't believe that there's.

Anything that you can do that would have a greater impact on your quality of life on your immune system, on your health, on Your vitality, on your joy, this is meditation is more than just relaxing. It is about rewriting your whole genetic expression.

It's about rewiring your nervous system to where it functions better on automatic, so give it a try. You will love it. If you enjoy this video and you'd like to learn more about how to get healthy, then I think you should check out that one next.

Thank you so much for watching. I & # 39. Ll, see you next time, hello, health champions. You probably know that immunity has never been more important than it is right now, but i want you to understand how much power you have over the strength of your immune system when a wave of infectious disease sweeps around the world, your diet and lifestyle could make All the difference between falling prey to it or thriving, and it all starts with knowing what not to eat coming right up.

Hey i'm, dr ekberg, i'm, a holistic doctor and a former olympic decathlete, and if you want to truly master health by understanding how the body really works, make sure you subscribe hit that bell and turn on all the notifications.

So you never miss any life-saving information. Everyone has an immune system, but for different people. It works to different degrees, but what we have to understand about it is that it's, your overall capacity, your overall ability to defend yourself against foreign invaders, so it's, not like one single system.

It's. Every part of your body, the strength and energy and capacity of your whole body working together, and we want to understand that all the pathogens are opportunistic. A pathogen is something that can cause disease and opportunistic means that they take advantage of any kind of weakness.

If your armor isn't up to speed, then they're going to break through and they're going to take advantage of that, and this is yeast fungus. Bacteria parasites, any sort of foreign invader, but also, of course, viruses such as corona or flu, etc, and it doesn't matter.

What any of these pathogens are? They're all trying to find a weakness and take advantage of it. So our job is to take care of the body and strengthen it and give it all the resources. So, first of all, we want to give it support and that's.

Things like food, the nutrients building blocks essential nutrients. We want to give it proper rest and recovery. We want to put it in a state of peace, because that's, the only time that your immune system will work properly right and then we want to cut back on interference.

We want to reduce the things that make it harder for the body to put its energy at defending itself, and here we're, talking primarily about stress, which is emotional stress, physical stress, anything in life that you have to expend energy to deal with, And, of course, toxins, so food falls into two categories.

It could either be something to support you or something that interferes to illustrate this point. I want to show you some recent fatalities, statistics and i just picked spain, one out of many countries.

They're all pretty similar, but if we look at people over 80 they had a fatality rate of 15 percent, but if we go down to the people are 10 years younger that rate dropped to under 5. If we come back 10 more years, it's down under 2 percent and for people under 60.

The rate is close to zero. So what we're, seeing here is that people under 60 has a survival rate. That's 39 to 111 times better, and just to put that in perspective a lot of times they talk about. Oh this, do this thing and it'll increase or reduce your chances by 10 or 20 percent.

Well, if we express this in percent, we're, talking 3 900 to 11 100, and that is your immune system. The difference is your immune system right. It's, the same pathogen, but it's, a different level of defense, and next we want to understand the difference between statistics and you that when they express things as percentages, they're, always looking at a statistical population.

But when it comes to you, when it comes to the individual, you decide where you fit, because there are lots of 80 year old people, 90 100 year old people who survived and their survival rate was a hundred percent.

So never look at statistics and let it scare you but understand what you can do about it anytime. We're dealing with something unknown and people are dying there's, a lot of fear and for one thing we certainly don't want to trivialize this, but we want to get over irrational fear.

We want to understand what the real risks are and what you can do to protect yourself, because it's not about age, and i & # 39. Ll come back to that in a second lots of people over a hundred years old, as old as 113 years old, have been infected and survived the corona virus.

So we want to respect others and how you choose and how they choose to conduct their life. But most of all, you want to understand and start influencing the power that you have over your immune system.

Age is often cited as the number one risk factor in disease, whether it's, corona or flu, the elderly die the most. But what is it about age that makes you susceptible well aging. People are more prone to degeneration, they have lived longer.

They have had more time to degenerate, but some old people are not very degenerated. They have brain shrinkage, they have nutritional deficiencies because with age with degeneration, they reduce their production of hydrochloric, acid and digestive enzymes.

So now the food they eat, they're, absorbing fewer less percentage of the nutrients from the food, so they get nutritional deficiencies, their metabolism slows down their ability to repair and recover and make immune cells go down, but most of all the older people Get the more drugs they put them on.

So the average 65 year old in the u.s is on over half a dozen drugs and drugs interfere. They suppress function in the body, so even though they treat a symptom, they make you less healthy. They allow for less homeostasis in the body.

The second risk factor that & # 39. S talked about the most is syndrome x or metabolic syndrome, that's, insulin, resistance, diabetes, high blood pressure, obesity and so on, and what these have in common is that they are insulin resistance and what high chronic levels of insulin do? Is they cause a certain congestion? There's, an imbalance between what you put in your body and what you burn and get rid of that with insulin.

It is there's too much storage and you don't. Keep up with the elimination phase, and now you get congestion and toxicity syndrome x, insulin, resistance is also associated with inflammation and it is associated with oxidative stress.

So here are the risk factors. The real ones are not age and metabolic syndrome; it is degeneration, brain shrinkage and all these different items that make them up, and all of these are things that you can influence now.

The topic for this video is food. What are the worst foods that you can eat for your immune system? So we want to ask two questions about the food first question is: what does it provide? Because we want to support the body, we want to give it essential nutrients, essential amino acids, fatty acids, vitamins and minerals etc.

Does the food provide any of that when we eat something? The purpose is to give us that, but what is in the food? Does it actually have anything the body needs, and second, we want to ask this food? Does it have anything that interferes? Does it have anything that makes it harder that creates inflammation or insulin resistance or any of those things? So here are the 10 foods and the 10 categories of foods or principles in reverse order.

Number 10. Anything in excess is a burden, so this could be alcohol. A teaspoon of alcohol is not a toxin. A cup of alcohol is a toxin. It's more than your liver can process. In a day it depletes you of nutrients.

It puts an enormous stress on the liver meat, nothing wrong with meat per se, but if you have trouble digesting it, if your digestive tract can only process so much at any given time, then more than that amount is a burden, but it doesn'T matter what you eat, it could be meat, it could be vegetables.

If you have a hard time tolerating raw vegetables, then that's, a burden, it unbalances, something in you. If you don & # 39, t tolerate it well, and so, if you have trouble with raw vegetables cook them there's, some people that do great on all raw vegetables.

There's. Some people that can't handle them also huge meals. If your digestive tract has a limited capacity to process food at any given time, then a huge meal could be a big burden. This is a limitation for a lot of people trying to do one meal a day.

They like the principle they feel good, but their digestive tract just can't, handle that much so understand that it's. Not about any of these things in particular, but any excess is a burden so pay attention to what your body is telling you number nine anything that you're sensitive to is a problem there's, a saying that one man's, food is another man's poison, even if you can eat something it doesn't mean that it's good for me and also get over the notion that it's supposed to be Good for you, we hear this so often, but it's supposed to be good for you.

Well, if it's reacting with your body, if your body has a sensitivity, if it causes inflammation, then it's poison. To you, it's, one of the worst things you can eat. Even if it's super healthy to someone else, and some of the most common ones would be shrimp, dairy peanuts, soy and corn and, of course, wheat, modern wheat, especially number eight dairy, and i'm.

Bringing this up as a separate item, because it is so common, there is very, very few people that can tolerate it. Well, in my office, it is along with wheat. It's, the most common sensitivity i see, but it makes a difference what type it is and the reason people don't tolerate it is that it's, pasteurized and homogenized that it's harshly processed.

They've changed it from the original food, but if you ferment it now, you're, bringing back some of those enzymes and some of those bacteria that help you digest it that actually contribute to your digestive tract and also high fat Is better so if you eat something like butter, it has a lot of good fats and the proteins which are the problem are only a fraction of that and you can go one step further.

If you're still sensitive and you can have clarified butter or ghee, so people usually do really well on yogurt of good quality, not the sugary, flavored kind and also on sour cream, but try to avoid regular milk and skim milk.

They cause a whole lot more problems than people realize food number, seven to avoid, for your immune system is plant oils. These are the ones that have been called vegetable oils and we & # 39. Ve been sold these for the last 50 years as healthy, but they are the opposite.

They're made from seed grain and beans legumes and they're very inflammatory because they're high in omega-6s, which again it's, not a bad thing in itself. But when we're supposed to get a one-to-one ratio and we get a 20 to one ratio, then it's pro-inflammatory because of how they're processed.

They become toxic, a lot of these beans and seeds and grains don't. Have a lot of fat in them. Like corn is not a very fatty food, so you have to apply lots of pressure, lots of heat and strong chemicals like solvents to extract the oil from the food.

As a result, they become very toxic and also because of the processing they're empty calories. There's. Nothing left in the food that your body needs there's, no essential nutrients. There is no vitamin, no mineral, nothing at all.

It's as bland as sugar exceptions to the rule of plant oils or coconut oil and extra virgin olive oil. Why? Because these foods are very high in fat to start with, so it doesn't, take much heat or pressure and takes no chemicals or solvents.

You just squeeze them a little bit and out comes the oil. Furthermore, the coconut oil is saturated, which is very stable and extra virgin olive oil is monounsaturated, also very stable, so these things will stay safe.

They'll, stay stable and fresh for weeks and months, even without refrigeration, so that's. Why these are excellent alternatives and they actually have some good nutrients as well. Number six is margarine, so now we get all of the bad stuff from plant oils plus these margarines are also partially hydrogenated, and that means that they've taken this plant oil, that's harshly processed, that's, devoid Of any nutrients and they nuke it with hydrogens, and now they change the chemical composition.

They turn it from a liquid to a solid, but in the process they create a molecule that has never ever been created in nature before it is completely foreign and we don't have the enzymes we don't. Have the machinery to deal with this, so it's, a poison, it's, a toxin, it's, a terrible, terrible thing, and even the mainstream has realized this, because these are called trans fats and now they have to Label for that, so what is it good for it's still being sold? So if you have some, then get it out and build yourself a little castle or something be a little creative with it, but be sure you don't lick your fingers afterwards, not that you'd, want to because it tastes terrible Number five avoid chemical additives, also known as poison.

These are added to food, to make it so unattractive to living things that not even mold wants it. Not even bacteria, not even fungus, wants this thing, and these poisons are usually classified under gras.

That means generally regarded as safe, they have been approved by experts and i don't know. Maybe these are the same experts that told us that cigarettes and margarine was a good thing and what they do is they take these toxins one at a time and they run them through a process and they test them on rats or some other unsuspecting animal, and They check how much will kill them and then they back off until they find out this much won't, kill you, but here's, my concern that they test them one at a time and what, if you get a little bit In a thousand different ways, so we have to realize these are designed to be poison and there is no amount that is natural in the human body.

Number four thing to avoid is artificial: sweeteners. You have the blue, the pink and the yellow, the aspartame, the saccharine and the sucralose, and if you check the fine print, you also want to avoid acid sulfame, potassium or acid sulfame k.

All of these are pesticides. They were in the process of developing neurotoxins to kill little bugs when they found out that these could taste sweet and then they modified them a little bit and turned them into artificial sweeteners, and especially the aspartame breaks down into formaldehyde, also known as embalming fluid and Methanol, which is wood, alcohol, the stuff that makes you blind so even if you don't die from it right away.

Do you think your immune system likes it? I would suggest you avoid it. So what is it good for? Well, i have heard that the aspartame is pretty good as an ant killer, so if you put it in the corners or outside in the yard, then you can get rid of it.

That way. Third thing to avoid is grain, and why is that? Well several reasons. First, because it's, a starch about 80 percent by weight of most grains is starch, which is another form of glucose within minutes.

It starts breaking down to glucose being absorbed in your bloodstream and raising blood, glucose and insulin and driving metabolic syndrome, but also grain is a very common allergen and the one in particular is modern.

Wheat, the ancient wheats and the rye are not so bad, but modern wheat is the number one sensitivity that i find in my office and some of the additional reasons is that they raise it. They grow it with glyphosate, which is the pesticide, and it is not specifically technically a gmo, but it's.

Hybridized, so gmo means that they changed the genetic code and back when they hybridized this. They didn't have the sophistication to splice the genes, but they did other things to it. They irradiated it and nuked it and just kind of waited to see where the pieces fell.

So they've done things to the wheat. That's even worse than gmo, actually number two thing that will wreck your immune system is processed food, and why is this? Because it has preservatives also known as poison.

It has flavorings, which are chemicals that stimulate your taste buds right when they process it, they remove all of the actual flavor from the food, and then they have to trick you into eating it by putting back addictive chemicals that trick your brain into making.

You think that there's, actually some flavor here and they're, pretty addictive. This is a whole industry. In itself. It contains sugar very frequently, which is a drug. It gives you a buzz, basically very addictive and they're depleted.

There is nothing left in these processed foods that your body needs essential, amino acids, essential fatty acids, vitamins and minerals. There's, basically nothing there and then they add in some synthetic vitamins to make it look like they have nutrients, but it's, pretty much all garbage the biggest problem with food.

Is we don't understand what food is anymore. So let me give you a little illustration right. Every other species on the planet. They either eat something directly from the planet, something that grew on the planet or they eat something that ate something.

That grew on the planet. This is the circle of life, and this is how every species have been eating. They've, been eating from the earth and then in the last 50 years, humans have changed into eating this stuff.

Okay, are you kidding me? This is not food. There's, not a single item of food. There is nothing here that provides anything that you need sure you can survive on it for months or years or decades, but you cannot thrive and you cannot strengthen your body on that.

So just kind of look at how does this make? You feel take a deep breath and just sort of sense what this is compared to that, and i think you'll start to get the picture and the number one thing to avoid if you want a healthy immune system, is sugar.

So what's, the worst thing about sugar? Well, it contains fructose and fructose directly interferes with your immune system. It interferes with virtually every metabolic reaction in the body, but especially it clogs up the liver.

It's, a liver poison. It is almost as potent as alcohol, but it is disguised because everyone knows to avoid alcohol. We don't, give alcohol or vodka to to kids, but we feed them all these processed foods and these sugar and these drinks, so fructose will kill the liver and one of the worst things often talked about is high fructose corn syrup, and why Is that spoken of? Why is that argue, that it's so much worse than sugar, because it's 55 fructose versus 50 fructose? So they're, really close yeah high fructose corn syrup it's.

A little more chemically processed and it's a little higher, but they're, both really bad, and then we get to the sacred cow fruit. So dried fruit has about 15 to 35 percent fructose, which means twice as much sugar.

Fresh fruit has about three to eight percent fructose, and a lot of people will argue that. Well, this is a natural sugar. It's, different. It's, packaged by nature; it has fiber and water, it's absorbed much slower, and all of that is true, but it doesn't matter.

If it's absorbed slower because it's. Still going to go through the liver at some point now, if you're healthy, if you have a super clean liver which is rare and you don't have insulin resistance, then you could probably eat a fruit or two, maybe not Every day, but several times a week, and you would still be fine, but if you have insulin resistance, if you are obese, if you have a fatty liver, then you have most likely ruined your carbohydrate tolerance.

You can't deal with these things anymore and if you're trying to move away from a fatty liver to a clean liver, if you're trying to reverse the process, then you can't put In any amount of the stuff that caused it, you have to be much more strict than someone who never had the problem right.

So if you have some dried fruit, if you buy an 8 ounce bag and you eat half of it now you just got the same fructose as drinking three or four sodas right. That's, not going to be very helpful, so maybe have a few berries here and there.

But if you're trying to reverse it, you have to be very strict about this, so you have all seen these campaigns. These information campaigns on how to protect yourself when there's, a pandemic, whether it's corona or the flu, and i'm, not going to even get into that.

But there's. So much talk about that part and there is never any talk. I haven't heard anything from official public sources about how to change your immune system, and here is where you can actually change your risk a hundred times.

You can reduce your risk. 100 times, i believe so let's. Talk about that! Let's, pay that some attention and make get serious about that aspect and like we've talked about the way you do, that is to cut sugar, and you cut all of the foods that we talked about in this video.

But then eat real food and i've done lots of videos on this, so check them out and learn what real food is, how to not get insulin resistant. Then you want to exercise done lots of videos on that, because exercise activates the body it improves circulation, it stimulates the brain it's.

An excellent way to strengthen your immune system get enough sleep, because, while you're sleeping, you're, allowing your body to reset you're, allowing your nervous system to calm down. You're, putting your body into a healing state and without adequate sleep and recovery.

If you live in constant stress, then you will not allow your immune system to do what it does and then let me mention meditation. This is something that a lot of people know that it would be a good idea that maybe i should give it a try.

Oh, but it's so hard to do it. It's so hard to find the time. Well, i urge you to take it seriously and learn how to meditate, because i don't believe that there's. Anything that you can do that would have a greater impact on your quality of life on your immune system, on your health, on your vitality, on your joy, this is meditation is more than just relaxing.

It is about rewriting your whole genetic expression. It's about rewiring your nervous system to where it functions better on automatic, so give it a try. You will love it. If you enjoyed this video and you'd like to learn more about how to get healthy, then i think you should check out that one next.

Thank you so much for watching. I & # 39. Ll, see you next time.


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