The 0 Refined Sugar, Low Carbs, 0 Gluten, 0 Wheat Diet for Boosting Immunity…
By Prithu Nath
The moment one starts reading the Sanjivni Amrit Regime which specifies a fixed meal plan by the hour, one starts wondering, can I have Porridge, or Dalia or Paranthas ?
Rather than concentrating on healing, one concentrates on Food and I personally find it extremely absurd when people call me back to ask: Can I have a Parantha ? Atleast one must now decide, if a Parantha or a Dalia is more important or surviving the Virus without damage to ones organs is more important. Covid should not be taken lightly because the Statistics show only a survival percentage being high but the statistics do not show the real story of the conditions of the organs of the individual who has survived the Virus.
Viruses, Cancer, Bacteria need sugar to replicate so the first thing is to get rid of high sugary stuff from ones diet which also includes foods containing sugar and carbohydrates.
How do you know if your body is fighting a virus?
Loss of Smell, body ache, an eye which is red, difficulty in breathing, a sudden fever, a sore scratchy throat signals that white blood cells and antibodies are rushing to the area to fight infection – causing inflammation and irritation. A sore throat that just won’t quit is usually a good indication that your body is fighting a virus and may need a little bit more tender loving care than usual.
Sanjivni Amrit Regime has a meal plan that comprises of food that is known to reduce inflammation, increase Minerals and Vitamins and reduce carbohydrates plus sugars thereby reducing Insulin Sensitivity, Insulin Resistance. Also the increased use of Probiotics, CLA, Ghrita or Ghee that is Zinc Infused, Butyrate Producing herbs, and Herbs that help to reduce Constipation are all a part of the Food Regime.
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Food Menu of Sanjivni Amrit Regime
Red, Orange, and Yellow Bell Peppers
Are full of great health benefits—they’re packed with vitamins and low in calories! They are an excellent source of vitamin A, vitamin C, and potassium. Bell Peppers also contain a healthy dose of fiber, folate, and iron.
Bell peppers are loaded with various vitamins and minerals (1Trusted Source):
- Vitamin C. One medium-sized red bell pepper provides 169% of the Reference Daily Intake (RDI) for vitamin C, making it one of the richest dietary sources of this essential nutrient.
- Vitamin B6. Pyridoxine is the most common type of vitamin B6, which is a family of nutrients important for the formation of red blood cells.
- Vitamin K1. A form of vitamin K, also known as phylloquinone, K1 is important for blood clotting and bone health.
- Potassium. This essential mineral may improve heart health (2Trusted Source).
- Folate. Also known as vitamin B9, folate has a variety of functions in your body. Adequate folate intake is very important during pregnancy (3Trusted Source).
- Vitamin E. A powerful antioxidant, vitamin E is essential for healthy nerves and muscles. The best dietary sources of this fat-soluble vitamin are oils, nuts, seeds, and vegetables.
- Vitamin A. Red bell peppers are high in pro-vitamin A (beta carotene), which your body converts into vitamin A (4Trusted Source).
Does inflammation cause belly fat?
Excess fat is known to be associated with disease, but now the researchers have confirmed that fat cells inside the abdomen are secreting molecules that increase inflammation. It’s the first evidence of a potential mechanistic link between abdominal fat and systemic inflammation.