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Is your food helping or hurting your recovery?

Have you heard the sayings “you are what you eat” or “food is medicine”? Last night I watched one of the best movies I’ve seen about food and its impact on recovery from disease.

How do your foods affect your health and immune system?

If you’ve been researching about MRSA and Staph, then you may know that sugar feeds infections. You might also know that certain food, like shiitake mushrooms, garlic and turmeric, can help support your body and kill invading bacteria. And you may know that artificial ingredients, pesticides and food additives can tax your body and slow down your recovery.
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Renewed hope for the New Year

I know it’s challenging to be upbeat or optimistic when your in the throws of dealing with a Staph or MRSA infection. However, with 2012 at the door, it’s the perfect time to consider what you want and who you want to be in the year ahead. Some people say we are the result of our past, or that we are driven by our past. But I believe we are being pulled into our future by our choices, attitudes and intentions.
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Curbing holiday sugar cravings

One of the best things about Christmas and New Year’s is all the great food we get to share with family and friends. Sweets and desserts are probably the most comforting, familiar and irresistible part of all that delicious holiday food.

While eggnog, fruit cakes and sugar cookies are holiday traditions, eating them in moderation certainly is not. Gaining a few extra pounds is fairly common over the holidays and that’s why most people limit the sweets they eat. But people with chronic infections have an extra incentive to enjoy sugary holiday foods in moderation.
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The MRSA Staph-food connection: Part 2

Foods that Boost the Immune System – continued

Last week you saw how “real” foods are immune boosting foods and how processed foods weaken your immunity. This week I’ll share with you exactly which foods  boost immune system strength and can help support your body against Staph and MRSA infections. You’ll also see which foods and ingredients are best to avoid.
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The MRSA-food connection: Part 1

The foods you eat have a bigger effect on Staph and MRSA than you may realize. In fact, your diet could be the missing link that’s keeping you from a full recovery.

Making certain dietary changes was one of the three main things that turned my recurring Staph infections around nearly 10 years ago. I’ve heard from many other people with Staph and MRSA who have seen dramatic changes from changing the foods they eat too.
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Can Coconut Oil Help with Staph and MRSA?

There’s a lot of confusion and contradictory advice about saturated fats, even from doctors and nutritionists. Fats, especially saturated fats, have been demonized for decades for causing weight gain, diabetes, heart disease and a host of other health problems.

But just because an oil or fat is saturated does NOT automatically mean it’s unhealthy. This is contrary to what you’ve probably read, heard or seen in the media about fats. Saturated fats, and in particular coconut oil, can play a beneficial role in your diet and your overall health. In fact, coconut oil is the best choice of cooking oil as part of an immune-boosting diet.
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Medical Disclaimer: Michelle Moore is not a doctor or healthcare practitioner, but she is someone who overcame many health obstacles that traditional medicine could not solve. This information is based upon Michelle Moore’s scientific research, education and personal experience and it is for educational purposes only. Information in this web site has not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

This information is not intended as medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician with any questions you may have regarding any medical condition. When choosing a healthcare provider do your own research to ensure they are right for you.

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