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Aloe Vera the Heart the Diet and Sugar

Updated on July 10, 2008
Organic Aloe Vera and your heart's health
Organic Aloe Vera and your heart's health

Organic Aloe Vera and my diet!

The other day we talked about putting together a plan of action for our 'lifestyle changes". We said we had to choose a diet plan that would work for us. Not for someone else, for us.

In step one;we talked about eliminating the fast food, the processed food, the prepackaged food and the food with high amounts of additives, preservatives and chemicals …all of which are toxic to the human body.

Do you eat too much red meat?

Our personal diet plan should also try to eliminate large amounts of red meat, dairy products and limit the number of eggs we eat while increasing the amount of fresh fruits and vegetables. When eating your fresh fruits and vegetables, it's now a proven fact fresh is the way to go...fresh, preferably raw fruits and vegetables. At least 60% to 70% of your new diet plan should contain these vital photochemical rich foods.

Is this always on your table?
Is this always on your table?

Now in step two; …lets battle the biggest outlaw we're going to have to battle with your new diet plan. Sugar!!

Do you know that white refined sugar is not good for you?

The sugar under discussion here is what we call white sugar, refined sugar or the good old granulated sucrose popularly known as table sugar. In any form, sugar is the outlaw, or could we say, the villain.

  • · It has nothing but useless calories.
  • · It prompts tooth decay.
  • · It prompts digestive problems, obesity and diabetes.
  • · It prompts hypoglycemia and many other ailments including atherosclerosis and heart disease.

And the list goes on...we could name 100's of health conditions caused by the intake of sugar.

Studies have proven time and time again that countries where the rise of sugar has increased there has also been a proportionate rise of diabetes. With the new reports indicating that cancer and heart disease also accompany the introduction of sugar into these various world societies.

Are advertisers fooling you?

Don't be fooled by the mass media with its Hollywood advertising schemes, funded by the huge multi-national corporations who produce this sweet, sweet, additive that we all crave!! Don't turn your back on it, because without a doubt, sugar is the villain to many of your chronic ailments.

And by all means …don’t forget your organic aloe juice. Add it to your diet for a boost to your immune system and a plus to your heart healthy diet. Drink it daily for maximum results.

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We welcome your comments!!

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    • gjcody profile imageAUTHOR

      gjcody 

      9 years ago

      I don't suggest you eat any of the pulp. It must be processed in a manufacturing facility and filtered. The aloins and emodins must be filtered from the product to make it drinkable. We have been working with flavored aloe that is so good to drink that we have retained people for the 10 years we have been in business. The results of this product is remarkable.

      Take the time and try what we call stabalized aloe vera and you will not be sorry you have. It is easy to drink and it will help so many things that you will not believe.

      One of the first things people get results with is gastric problems. And of course that is the path way to health ..Keeping the gut clean and healthy.

      rta ..I hope this has answered your question and thank you for stopping by and my best to your health.

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      rta 

      9 years ago

      Thank you gjcody for the information!!! do you know if I can eat aloe vera pulp every day without side effects? Thank you again.

    • gjcody profile imageAUTHOR

      gjcody 

      10 years ago

      GK16 ...You are very welcome. I hope this information helps you and your father. My best to you and your health!

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      zz 

      10 years ago

      Thanks

    • GK16 profile image

      zz 

      10 years ago

      Thanks

    • gjcody profile imageAUTHOR

      gjcody 

      10 years ago

      GK16 ... Organic Raw Blue Agave nectar is one of the best sources of replacements for sugar and is low in the glycemic indexs ...anywhere from 19 to 34 depending on the brand. This tells you that it should not spike blood sugar levels. I believe you will be satisfied with the results.

      My best to your health!

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      zz 

      10 years ago

      Thanks. By the way, my father is having diabetics. Do you think this will work?

    • gjcody profile imageAUTHOR

      gjcody 

      10 years ago

      Agave is probably one of the best replacements for sugar. This substitute is very pleasant to the taste. It is a liquid and easy to use.

      Another one is Stevia ...but I would have to say Agave is my favorite. And, yes I agree, we are really used to sugar and it is not easy to say no to ...but when you do, you will be glad you did!!

      Thank you for coming by and my best to your health!

    • GK16 profile image

      zz 

      10 years ago

      Thanks for sharing your valuable knowledge. By the way, can you think of an alternative for sugar? It should be something sweet but not harmful. If you do, let us know because I just can’t imagine a life without sugar.

    • gjcody profile imageAUTHOR

      gjcody 

      10 years ago

      Monitor ...I am glad you found this article helpful. I am especially glad you found the information about sugar helpful. Just remember, it takes 21 days to break a habit and only one mistake to start it again.

      When I began to work on this part of my life (sugar) ,,it was very difficult. I can now say that I can look at candy in a dish on the table and not take a piece of it. I have had one of my favorite candies in the freezer for over a year and I just took it out to throw away. You can do it ...and you will feel so much better. But I will warn you ..sugar is more addicting than alcohol ..and way harder to quit.

      Thank you for coming by and my best to your health!

    • gjcody profile imageAUTHOR

      gjcody 

      10 years ago

      Hutchinsonm ..thank you for coming by and lending a comment. I hope you find the information a help to you ...please stop by again ...my best to your health!

    • gjcody profile imageAUTHOR

      gjcody 

      10 years ago

      Yes Chaser ...Just taking a walk through the quick stop places and you would be amazed at the discomfort there is in those places. Actually it is instant happiness, but in the long run ...you will pay.

      Thanks for stopping ..it is always good to hear from you ...I hope this will help you ..my best to your health!

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      monitor 

      10 years ago from The world.

      Thanks for sharing your interest in aloe vera, gjcody! It was especially helpful to know the necessary percentage of photochemical rich foods that we should be eating. Sometimes it's difficult to balance everything with a busy lifestyle but knowing all the facts certainly does help. Now, as for the white refined sugar, I wasn't aware that it prompts digestive problems. That's awfully frightening when you think of how much sugar you ingest throughout the day. We add it to our coffee, some people sprinkle it on top of fruit, and it's hidden in countless food products that we buy in the supermarket. After reading your article, I think that I'm going to make an extra effort to cut back on the sugar in my diet and add organic aloe juice to it.

      Thanks for the helpful information!

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      hutchinsonm 

      10 years ago

      Another great Hub. Thanks for helping keep us all healthy

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      chaser4 

      10 years ago

      Hey gjcody, does that mean I now have to pass up those sugar shacks??? Thanks for the sweet tooth alert...How will I ever make it through the day? Thanks for the info.....keep'em coming.

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