Your BELLY- Jou BOEPPENS- Its time bomb -

Your BELLY- Jou BOEPPENS- Its time bomb -

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Excess belly fat can be dangerous because it surrounds internal organs and puts you at greater risk for developing several kinds of health problems, including heart disease, diabetes and liver problems.

 Recent studies also suggest a link between belly fat and cancer.

The fat that lies just below your skin in most of your body -- the kind you can grab with your hands -- is called subcutaneous fat. In your belly, it’s called visceral fat because it builds up in the spaces between and around your viscera -- internal organs like your stomach and intestines.

The study, in the March 6 issue of the Journal of the American Heart Association, involved about 500,000 people (55% of them women), ages 40 to 69, in the United Kingdom. The researchers took body measurements of the participants and then kept track of who had heart attacks over the next seven years. During that period, the women who carried more weight around their middles (measured by waist circumference, waist-to-hip ratio, or waist-to-height ratio) had a 10% to 20% greater risk of heart attack than women who were just heavier over all (measured by body mass index, or BMI, a calculation of weight in relation to height).

South Africa is maybe even worse-  "BOEPPENSE: is all around- and the its not only so called old people- its young men and women and children -  Its a "TIME BOMB " No matter what you read on social media, or hear from Doctors orr Health practitioners-  YES- you need to do act now- and please don't run to the GYM- or a so called Weight loss program - or any other quick fixes or expensive pre-made meals. Yes you need to control your meals, but you don't know what they put in the emails to taste better- and they tell you a different story. 

Cortisol is one of the many hormones produced in your body which serve as chemical messengers. While commonly referred to as the stress hormone due to its role in your body’s stress response, it has a number of other important functions. Some people wonder if cortisol levels have an influence on body weight. This article details the potential effect of cortisol on weight gain, including some ways to reduce its levels in your body.

Their is a reason why you gain weight- why you allergic - and much more- the medical profession will only look at symptoms  give it a name and give you prescribed drugs to control you - 

  Cortisol, Insulin, Thyroid and The Bioenergetic Circuit

Cortisol is an important steroid hormone that belongs to a class of hormones called glucocorticoids.

It’s produced in the adrenal glands found just above your kidneys.

In addition to aiding in your body’s stress response, its other roles.

  • increasing blood sugar
  • reducing inflammation
  • suppressing the immune system
  • aiding in nutrient metabolism

Cortisol is generally released in close relation with your body’s circadian rhythm with 50–60% of it being released with 30–40 minutes of waking, and levels then falling throughout the day (5Trusted Source).

Its production and release is regulated by your pituitary gland and the hypothalamus located in your brain.

During times of increased stress, cortisol and adrenaline are released from your adrenal glands. This triggers an increase in heart rate and energy levels, preparing your body for a potentially harmful situation.

While this response is normal, continued elevations in cortisol can lead to negative side effects. 

When cortisol levels remain elevated, the following side effects may occur -

  • weight gain
  • high blood pressure
  • fatigue
  • changes in mood
  • irritability
  • flushed face
  • thinning skin
  • difficulty concentrating
  • insulin resistance

When under chronic stress, it may be difficult to maintain healthful eating habits.

One study in 59 healthy women found an association between elevated cortisol levels and an increase in appetite, which could potentially promote weight gain.

Chronically elevated cortisol levels may promote overeating and weight gain, whereas low cortisol levels may lead to weight loss in some instances. Still, more research is needed.

There are numerous ways to help reduce cortisol levels and combat potential weight gain. The most effective methods include exercising, practicing mindful eating, ensuring sufficient sleep, and practicing meditation.

Cortisol, which is produced by the adrenal glands, is a strong anti-inflammatory hormone. 

The more histamine that is released, the more cortisol it takes to counteract the inflammation. The adrenal glands become tired from trying to produce more cortisol.

Histamine intolerance is the consequence of excess levels of endogenous histamine inducing a broad range of systemic physiological effects in the body. It has a complex clinical presentation, with variability observed in the type and severity of signs and symptoms that occur within and between individuals.

This is due in part to the range of organs and tissues that express histamine receptors, with symptoms of histamine intolerance presenting in gastrointestinal (diarrhoea, abdominal pain, cramps, bloating, reflux), respiratory (sneezing, rhinorrhoea, nasal congestion or swelling, phlegm, cough, asthma), cardiovascular (arrhythmias, tachycardia, palpitations), integumentary (urticarial, pruritis, flushing), CNS (headache, dizziness, anxiety, sleep disturbances) and reproductive tissues or organs (dysmenorrhoea, menstrual headache).

The complexity of the clinical presentation of histamine intolerance is also due to the many internal and external factors that can contribute to its onset, broadly categorised as exogenous factors that cause high levels of histamine or suboptimal functioning of the endogenous processes that metabolise histamine.

These endogenous processes include impaired DAO or HNMT enzyme activity (which can be genetic or acquired), excess histamine synthesis (due to, mastocytosis, allergies) or gastrointestinal issues (damaged intestinal enterocytes, GIT bleeding, dysbiosis)

Exogenous factors that may contribute to histamine intolerance relate to particular foods, medications and stress.

Foods relevant to histamine intolerance include those that: contain high levels of histamine (fermented foods such as sauerkraut, processed meat, dried anchovies, fish sauce, spinach, tomatoes, cocoa, eggplant, fish, chicken, yoghurt, soy, red wine); induce histamine release from mast cells (citrus foods, pineapple, bananas, strawberries, papaya, tomatoes, additives); or other biogenic amines that may interfere with the binding of histamine to mucosal mucine resulting in more histamine in circulation.

Histamine-associated mechanisms associated with medication include inhibition of DAO activity (muscle relaxants, narcotics, analgesics, local anaesthetics, antihypnotics, antihypertensives, antiarrhythmics, diuretics, antibiotics, antiemetics, bronchodilators, antiseptics, mucolytics, H2-receptor antagonists, antidepressants); stimulation of histamine release (painkillers, antibiotics, anti-hypotensives, anti-hypertensives, antitussives, cytostatics, diuretics, local anaesthetics, muscle relaxants, narcotics) or inactivation of vitamin B6 (antihypertensives, antibiotics, hormonal contraceptives).Stress can also play a role due to the activation of mast cells by stress-induced hormones.

The impact of chronic stress on the integrity of the intestinal epithelial lining, adversely influencing the histamine-inactivating capacity of intestinal DAO, is another process potentially contributing to increased levels of circulating histamine.

Mast cells can be set off by a number of things: sudden temperature changes, intense exercise, spices/herbs used on food, unhealthy relationships, unrealistic expectations of self, inconsistent sleep patterns, food additives, chemical fragrances, bacterial imbalance, lack of fiber, not enough sunlight, etc. Try to avoid these histamine trap at all costs. In many cases, you can reduce histamine in one area of your life, and you subconsciously.

If you are taking any supplements other than what I listed, stop for the love of god! Little do most realize, many supplements they’re taking could be making their histamine intolerance symptoms worse. This was the case for me until I came to my moment of clarity. In short, anything NOT on that list is not needed until you get the histamine intolerance under control. Once your histamine intolerance symptoms clear, you can add these things back as needed.

You keep on  drinking Anti histamine- and Cortisone prescribed  by the medical profession- it will control your symptoms but you will never been healed.  Their is away to heal you succesfull.

We not all the same- each of us are different- Its your life-  The medical profession will diagnose and give you a drug to stop the symptoms- not the real problem. 90% plus people are walking around with cortisol problems and high histamine levels. 

This is the start of high inflammation and eventually cancer and all other serious illness.  You loosing testosterone, and you will soon be having a lost of sex drive and other problems will start bothering your health. 

There is only one way to treat and heal this - and that is correct way.  

YES- you need to do act now- and please don't run to the GYM- or a so called Weight loss program - or any other quick fix or expensive pre-made meals- and quick fix pills.  Stay away from all the quick fixes on social media and u tube- and level marketing and people working in chains stores trying to sell you anything they think will heal you.  You first need to know what is wrong-  And don't think that a certain product who is good for "Bobby" "Steve" or "Ninke" will also heal you . You are unique and you need  to take care of your health.

It's not what you eat or drink it's what you digest-  It does matter what medication or health products you use- you need to feel and look healthy.

Its also advise able to sort your health problems out before you get to 55 years in age.

Emotional problems and stress is one of the main instigators and we will treat you according to your natural processing style, your age, you circumstances and much more other factors involved. 

Let us assist you in healing you - getting you to feel better-  look better-  lose wait and enjoy life again.   We assist thousands of people over the past 18 years to control their life- to feel in control and to get rid of the old believes of c pharma who do not heal you, but control you with prescribed medicine that maybe destroy your body and health over the years.  

Don't be irresponsible or reckless towards you health and lifestyle in what you eat and drink - you will put the lives of you love one in stress, and sometimes on hold, when you get sick and when you do not have the necessary funds orr Health assurance in place. You will eventually spent all your hard earing money on Pharma and doctors and hospitals. 

You are responsible for your mind- your body and your soul. 

Johann Pretorius Professional Health Practitioner Pretoria South Africa