Headache, Bloating, Back Pain, Poor Immunity?

Food Toxins (AntiNutrients) Hold You Back

DigestSystemCropWe humans are not designed to eat everything available to us. Some foods contain food toxins or AntiNutrients that bring on inflammation and disrupt processes.

Beginning with intestinal damage - 'Leaky Gut' - 'foreign invaders' escape into the bloodstream waging war on our bodies:

>> Chronic inflammation, constipation, recurring infections and autoimmune disorders are just the beginning . . . is this you? 

  • More than half 53% of Australians aged 45 - 64 have one or more chronic diseases:
    • heart disease, diabetes, depression, cancer, arthritis or autoimmune disease
  • By age 65 the number is 72%  . . . What would you do to avoid this?

 

A large body of research now finds food toxins are a major cause of chronic disease. 

# Taking medication is one way to tackle it - but it rarely cures.

# Why not test the new knowledge - and try some new food choices?

There's nothing to lose except the illness!

 

 

 

TABLE OF FOOD TOXINS (AntiNutrients)

COMMON FOOD TOXINS (AntiNutrients)

Food Toxin

Symptoms

Disorders linked

Found in

Alkaloids

Chronic pain, heart disease, clogged arteries

Osteoarthritis, calcification of tendons and cartilage, arteries, coronary artery disease

Nightshades: capsicum (peppers), chilli, potatoes, tomatoes, eggplant (aubergine), paprika

Caseins

Headaches, skin disorders, projectile vomiting (infants), nasal congestion, recurrent colds, breathing difficulty,

Schizophrenia, psychosis, depression, eczema, asthma, recurrent respiratory infections, weakened immunity

Milk products from cows, goats, sheep, buffalo etc.

Food additives

Inflammation, digestive difficulty, respiratory disorders, allergies

Behavioural issues, respiratory disease, skin disorders, digestive disease

Processed foods, beverages, supplements, plant milks

Fructose

Chronic diarrhoea, mineral deficiencies

Chronic diarrhoea, malabsorption disorders, weakened immunity

Legumes, honey, some fruits, nuts

Gluten (gliadins and glutenins)

Bloated stomach, headache, migraine, skin disorders, anaemia, chronic fatigue, weakened immune system, low bone density

Depression, miscarriage, inflammation, malabsorption and autoimmune disorders e.g. rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, schizophrenia, colitis, celiac, Crohn’s, Hashimoto’s, diabetes type 1, psoriasis, spontaneous fractures.

Wheat, barley, rye, oats and products made with them: all bread, pastry, cake, biscuits, cookies, pasta, pie, dumpling, flour noodles

Lactose

Flatulence, nausea, bloated stomach, diarrhoea.

Irritable bowel, depression, osteoporosis, anaemia

Milk products from cow, goat, sheep, buffalo etc.

Lectins

Low iron, low calcium, low bone density

Leaky gut, malabsorption disorders, anaemia, osteoporosis, mineral deficiencies, immune disorders, blood clotting

Grains including wheat, rye, barley, oats, triticale, kamut. Legumes, pulses: soy beans, chick peas, fava beans, lima beans, red beans, kidney beans, peanuts

Phytates

Low iron, low calcium, chronic fatigue, low bone density

Malabsorption disorders like anaemia, osteoporosis, rickets, and mineral deficiencies.

Grains including wheat, rye, barley, corn and others. Legumes, pulses: plant milks, soy beans, chick peas, fava beans, lima beans, red beans, kidney beans, navy beans, peanuts

Phyto- estrogens

‘Man boobs’, diminished male reproductive development in utero and later in life

Thyroid disorders including Hashimoto’s and thyroid cancer. Interference with hormone production: reduced penile size, low sperm count, reduced masculinisation

Legumes, pulses: plant milks, soy beans, chick peas, fava beans, lima beans, red beans, kidney beans, navy beans, peanuts

Refined sugars

Sugar cravings, weight gain, anti-social behaviour, agitation, panic attacks,

Memory disorders, obesity, aggressive and violent behaviour, hypoglycaemia, depression, anxiety

Processed foods, beverages, confectionery

Saponins

Inflammation of the skin, small intestine and respiratory systems

Malabsorption disorders like anaemia & magnesium & zinc deficiency, eczema, hives, chronic cough, wheezing, asthma, nausea, diarrhoea.

Quinoa and Nightshades: capsicum, chilli, potatoes, tomatoes, eggplant (aubergine)

Sorbitol

Bloated stomach, diarrhea, flatulence, rediuced bone density

Dehydration, diarrhea, mineral deficiencies, osteoporosis

Confectionery, chewing gum, some fruits including pears

Zein

Head and neck pain, sinus congestion

Headache, sinus headache, sinusitis, nasal congestion

Corn: corn on the cob, corn flour, corn starch

 

Additional Notes

Phyto estrogens

‘In the post-pubertal years, exposure to high levels of genistein, as is seen in strict vegetarians who replace animal proteins with soy-based foods, has general feminizing effects on their male anatomy, including reduced sperm production, a decrease in viable sperm, breast development and a reduction in sex drive due to an overall decrease in androgens.’Damgaard IN et al 2002. Impact of Exposure to Endocrine Disrupters in utero and in childhood on Adult Reproduction. Best Practice & Research Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 2002:16(2):289-309.

Phytates

‘High-phytate diets result in mineral deficiencies. In populations where cereal grains provide a major source of calories, rickets and osteoporosis are common.’  Wills MR et al. Phytic Acid and Nutritional Rickets in Immigrants. The Lancet, April 8, 1972, 771-773.

Saponins

‘ . . . the truth is that the saponins found in many varieties of agave plants are toxic steroid derivatives, capable of disrupting red blood cells and producing diarrhea and vomiting, to be avoided during pregnancy because they might cause or contribute to miscarriage by stimulating blood flow to the uterus.’ Felix D’Mello et al. Toxic Substances in Crop Plants. Woodhead Publishing 1991.

Sugars

‘Hunter-gatherers ate very small amounts of sugars in the form of fruits, honey and tree and grass syrups. In 1800 the sugar intake was less than ten pounds per person per capita, whereas today the average sugar intake is estimated at around one hundred fifty pounds per person per year.’ Hyman M. The Blood Sugar Solution. New York: Little, Brown and Company, 2012

 

 

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