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Energy Cube System - Avoid sugar and processed foods

by faina marco (2021-06-21)

There can be several reasons that cause hair loss, one can be the fat factor that causes the formation of bacteria, the other can be the lack of nutrients and the accumulation of stress. Here we list some of them.
Learn how to reverse hair loss
The supplements, foods and herbs that can help you avoid falling hair can be adequate if you keep a careful also of the scalp and a diet that helps you better nourish your body, as well as reducing stress levels to that you can expose yourself for various situations.
Avoid white bread
Eliminate all bread products - bread is made primarily with bromine, which counteracts iodine in the body. Most people with levels of hair loss share being low in iodine. Also, a large number of reasons for hair loss are due to a fungal condition in the body. The bread is something that feeds on fungi and want to be sure not to increase fuel on the fire.
Maca prevents hair loss
Maca or quality supplements with iodine for 3 days, 3 days’ no, then 3 days yes, then 3 days’ no, and so on until you see the results.
The Maca contains iodine and, like all antifungals, kills the fungus is destroying the follicles. Iodine also helps replenish the thyroid, which is often associated with hair loss. The 3 days of rest allow time for the body to eliminate the 'decrease' from the body without putting stress on the elimination organs and also gives the body time to recover.
Take a handful of organic coriander (either with salad, on its own, in a juice / smoothie, etc.) a day for 5 days in a row, starting as soon as possible. Coriander helps remove heavy metals, which microbes and fungi feed on.
Avoid sugar and processed foods
Try to cut out other ways that fungi feed: sugar, alcohol, boxed and / or processed foods, fast food, tap water (it breaks down natural flora, the “good bacteria” in the body that balance fungal and microbe problems) and focus on real earth foods as the top in your diet. Antibiotics and pharmaceutical drugs are known to include many heavy metals, which harmful microbes feed on, so avoid this as well as possible.
Avoid the use of chemicals
Stop using the hair products you have been using (shampoo, conditioner, hair spray, gel, etc.), find a 100% natural replacement (ideally an anti-fungal, such as tea tree oil), and invest in a shower filter to avoid municipal chemicals that further disrupt hair growth.
Stay hydrated
Drink pure, filtered water, if possible spring as much as you can from the moment you wake up (32 oz), throughout the day, and a glass before going to bed. Staying hydrated helps treat hair loss problems.
Apple vinager
2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar a day in a glass of pure spring water with the juice of half a lemon every day, maybe even 2-3 times a day. Apple cider vinegar acts as an antifungal / antimicrobial and contains an amazing concentration of so many things that the body works best with nourishing it, eliminating toxins and balancing the pH, this will help prevent hair loss.
Vegetable juices
Eat and drink organic vegetable juice as much as possible, with them you get chlorophyll, phytonutrients, proteins, antioxidants, etc. fresh in your blood that protect your blood and body every day. Figs, asparagus, potatoes, aubergines and celery contain Zinc, an essential nutrient for strengthening the follicle.
Avoid fluoride
Avoid fluoride and chlorine (tap water, shower water, toothpaste, etc.) as much as possible. These break down the beneficial bacteria that keep harmful microbes in check, decompensating your glands, depleting nutrients from the food you eat, and a host of other potential negatives to the body.
Eat foods with manganese
Increase manganese in the body, either through sources or supplements or foods like pine nuts (a handful per day). 1-2 teaspoon per day of Ceylon Cinnamon (aka true cinnamon, sweet cinnamon) will also thwart many of the microbes, as well as increase glutathione (antioxidant) levels and balance blood sugar levels.
To reduce energy consumption in your home, you do not necessarily need to go out and purchase energy efficient products. Energy conservation can be as simple as turning off lights or appliances when you do not need them. You can also use energy-intensive appliances less by performing household tasks manually, such as hang-drying your clothes instead of putting them in the dryer, or washing dishes by hand. Energy Cube System

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