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Body Ecology Practitioner Training Brisbane by Michele La Chante

I attended the Certified Body Ecology Practitioner training in Brisbane, Australia at the beginning of this month and after weeks of rainin New zealand the sunshine that we had every day felt very healing.   

 

Donna Gates was in fine form and presented information that outlined her well designed Body Ecology Diet while adding in updates and additional research to support the diet and take it to new levels of understanding.

 

Because so much comes out during the 5 full days that I was there, I thought that it would be great to just jot down some bullet points of information and my summarisations.  I hope that our readers will find something in these points that may help them in their health journey... so in no particular order.

 

  • WEIGHT LOSS TIP Lack of sleep causes acidity that then causes the production of hormones that make us want to overeat.  Our bodies are naturally acidic in the morning but that can be turned around quickly.  However, acidity from lack of sleep will persevere all day. 

 

  • FOOD COMBINING TIP Body Ecology friendly grains like millet, amaranth, quinoa, teff, while they are a starch food, they also have a high protein component and so someone with a strong digestive fire can combine them comfortably with other protein foods.

 

  • UNIQUENESS Every human being has their own unique combination of beneficial bacteria and microbes – no two people are alike

 

  • ESTROGEN FEEDS CANDIDA Estrogens in birth control pills are 100x stronger than a bio- identical hormone supplement.  Excess estrogen feeds yeast and even bio-identical hormones will feed yeast infections like candida albicans.  Candida overgrowth flares in pregnant women due to the excess estrogen present.   It is important to first reduce yeast infections in the body through diet before supplementing with bio-identical hormones as hormone balance can change dramatically once your diet is sorted – plus you don’t want your supplemented hormones to be adding to the yeast issue. 

 

  • WINTER HEALING Winter is the time for healing kidney, bladder and adrenals.  In winter we can take in more fats and in summer we sweat them out.

 

  • THE IMPORTANCE OF TAURINE Taurine, an amino sulfonic acid, is an important supplement for anyone dealing with candidiasis.  When candidiasis is present, cells will push Taurine out where it is then excreted through urine.  The brain, skeletal structure and heart need Taurine and lack of it can contribute to fatigue, loss of muscle and loss of brain function.  Taurine is also important for reversing alcohol addictions.  Being a constituent of bile, Taurine helps stimulate the production of hydrochloric acid which is crucial for effective digestion of protein and the absorption of calcium. Taurine and iodine together act as an anti- radiation barrier.  Taurine is produced by our bodies under healthy conditions but is significantly lower in vegans.  Studies have shown that vegans often become deficient in nutrients relating to heart health which contributes to a shorter life span... something to be aware of.

 

There are plenty more bullet points along these lines in my notebook from the training and if any of you have enjoyed reading them and would like me to post more in the next newsletter, just drop a note on our Facebook page and I will run another article or two with more or them. They are certainly an easy read and great to help stay on track when looking to recover from gut dysbiosis or just to keep improving what you are doing with your diet.


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Michele attended the Certified Body Ecology Practitioner training in Brisbane with Donna Gates at the beginning of August.  She returned with a notebook full of insightful health information and tips, some of which she shares in this article.
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