Healthy Gut Day 17


As predicted being on the road was going to make things difficult for a few days but I’ve seen the time when I simply would have given up until my motivation returned to start again and any progress that I would have been made would have been lost to the mother of all evils, procrastination. This time I’m simply trying to be careful what I eat and drink and looking forward to week off next week where I will be able to walk, swim and have a go at starting yoga and meditation for the first time in my life.

This is a long-haul plan for me, someone who suffered a heart attack when I was 46 followed by triple bypass surgery C.A.B.G. the following year and my long-term plan is to try and reach 75 years of age which is currently the age that if you pass away before this then it’s classed as premature death. Most people, thankfully don’t think like this, only a serious illness can change the way you think. I never really knew I had a heart until something went wrong with it. I share this because the statistics for heart disease and stroke including high blood pressure means that there are millions of people in the UK alone who this will resonate with. Just look at this infographic.

A staggering statistic is that 85% of all fatal heart attacks never make it to hospital in time, because people fail to recognise the symptoms. Alas I have had to suffer the pain of this happening to my father, who in the early hours of the morning 21st March 1983, got up to go to the toilet, felt sick, went back to bed and didn’t waken up, he was 57 years old, three years younger than I am now. And Mum never really recovered from it and spent the last 12 years of her life in abject misery, missing him every day. She never learned to live with it simply because she chose not to, and it was painful to witness.

I’m in London for two days, meeting some PHD’s and alternative health practitioners, our purpose is to put a plan in place to try and help with these statistics. More of this in the months ahead.
Our strategy is based on resetting the Microbiome #fixthegutfixtheproblem followed by safe and legal Nitric Oxide Therapy to improve the performance of the cardio vascular system based on the 1998 Nobel Prize for Medicine.

Look back to yesterday’s article where new research suggests that gut bugs may influence the severity and risk of a heart attack. It also suggests that probiotics may protect the heart of those undergoing surgery! I knew none of this back in 2004 when I was first struck down having had no symptoms whatsoever, nor did anyone mention the 1998 Nobel Prize. #Lookharder I did and so should you! Don’t wait until you have symptoms of a heart attack to change your lifestyle. Start today by eating cultured/fermented foods for your heart, brain, gut and every other part of your body!

Day 17 Food Diary

  • Warm H2 Lemon Water
  • Therapeutic Smoothie
  • 3 x Probiotics
  • 2 x Microbiome Detox
  • Low GI Seeded Roll with scrambled eggs and smoked salmon
  • Beef Madras, just to keep the metabolism up
  • 2 x l-arginine
  • 1 x Natural Energy Drink (I was feeling tired)
  • 2 x Magnesium supplements

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