Life is limited, health is priceless! Be grateful for this book, which brings health gospel to people!
1 The first revolutionary and priceless book to present the treatment of modern fatal chronic diseases from a totally fresh perspective.
2 For many modern diseases, such as cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, diabetes, hypertension and apnea syndrome, etc., this book provides proven effective treatment methods through practice and verification.
3 This book simplifies and makes complex medical knowledge interesting, and presents medical and health knowledge to ordinary people in easy-to-understand language.
Module 1 Take Control of Your Health instead of Resigning to Fate
Module 2 The Four Great Pillars of Health
Module 3 Another Angle to Judge Sub-health
Module 4 Health is Maintained by Yourself rather than Doctor
Module 5 We are Made from Cells
Module 6 Super Powerful Self-healing Ability of Human Body
Module 7 What? We are also Made from Nutrients?
Module 8 Life Elements that are Ignored
Module 9 How Significant are Organs of Life?
Module 10 Why are Hospitals Helpless against Chronic Diseases?
Module 11 Take Medicine as Little as Possible
Module 12 Difference Among Western Drugs, TCM and Nutrients
Module 13 An Important Health Rule
Module 14 We Must Learn to Eat with Our Brains, NOT Our Mouths
Module 15 Source and Classification of Etiology
Module 16 Chronic Illnesses Originate from Junk Food and Bad Eating Habits
Module 17 Liver — the General Manager of Health
Module 18 The Root Cause of Obesity & Lose Weight Scientifically
Module 19 The Root Cause of Hypertension and Corresponding Treatment
Module 20 The Root Cause of High Cholesterol and Corresponding Treatment
Module 21 The Root Cause of Hyperlipidemia and Corresponding Treatment
Module 22 The Root Cause of Cholecystitis & Gallstones and Prevention
Module 23 The Root Cause of Pancreatitis and Prevention
Module 24 The Root Cause of Heart Disease (Cardiovascular Disease) and Treatment
Module 25 The Root Cause of Stroke (Cerebrovascular Disease) and Treatment
Module 26 The Root Cause of Diabetes and Corresponding Treatment
Module 27 The Cause and Prevention of Cancer
Module 28 The Root Cause of Snoring (Sleep Apnea) and Treatment
Module 29 The Root Cause of Insomnia (Sleep Disorder) and Treatment
Module 30 The Cause of Gout and Corresponding Treatment
Module 31 The Root Cause of Hyperosteogeny & Osteoporosis and Treatment
Module 32 The Root Causes of Asthma, Allergic Rhinitis & Skin Allergies and Treatment
Module 33 The Root Cause of Alzheimer’s Disease and Corresponding Treatment
Module 34 The Root Cause of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Corresponding Treatment
Module 35 How to Cure Chronic Gastritis and Early Stage of Gastric Ulcer?
Module 36 How to Cure Chronic Nephritis and Chronic Kidney Syndrome?
Module 37 How to Cure Constipation?
Module 38 How to Cure Menopausal Syndrome?
Module 39 Why are Your Kids Picky about Food and Anorexia
Module 40 Keep Calm When Your Kids Get a Fever
Module 41 The Naming of Some Diseases in the Hospital Misleads Many People
Module 42 Misconceptions about the Treatment of Modern Chronic Diseases in Hospitals
Module 43 The Secret Formula of Health
Module 2 The Four Great Pillars of Health
2.1 First Pillar: Sufficient Sleep
Our body is like a factory. The factory is very busy during the daytime, and the factory must be cleaned and maintained at night to ensure normal operation the next day.
If we don’t sleep well at night, the cells in our body will not be maintained. When you work the next day, the cells will get tired and our body will experience various discomforts.
It is an important time period from 10 pm to 2 am for our body especially skin to be maintained; 1 am to 3 am is the time to nourish the liver; 3 am to 5 am is the time to nourish the lungs; 5 am to 7 am to nourish the large intestine.
Usually we can judge a person’s sleep status through observing his or her skin.
If a person’s skin is rough, and face is dull with dark circles around the eyes, which means that his or her sleep quality is not good.
Ladies may have this experience: If you don’t sleep well at night, it is difficult to take foundation when putting on makeup. Even if it is put on, it is difficult to knead with the skin and cannot achieve the desired effect.
So that’s why some ladies say “go to have a beauty sleep”.
The length of sleep is usually inversely proportion to age. Newborn children usually sleep much longer than the elderly. This is because people mainly grow their bodies during their infancy. There are many new cells produced, and the number of cells that need to be constructed and maintained is far greater than the cells consumed.
While the metabolic function of the elderly body declines, and the number of cells that need to be maintained decreases.
Under normal conditions, our human body works during the daytime and sleeps quietly at night when it is time to rest.
Insomnia and dreaminess indicate that the balance of physical health is broken. There are many reasons for insomnia and dreaminess. Occasional insomnia and dreaminess are generally caused by external stimuli. The body produces excessive pressure, which makes the nervous system continuously excited and unable to stabilize. The excessive excitement of the nervous system will consume a lot of nutrients in the body. If supplemented in time, insomnia can be relieved.
Frequent insomnia is often caused by long-term nutrient deficiency and weakened physiological functions of a certain part of the human body. For example: Long-term lack of intake of calcium, magnesium, and vitamin B complex that have the effect of stabilizing the nervous system can cause insomnia.
The decline of liver function and gastrointestinal function can also cause insomnia, and the decline of physiological function is closely related to long-term nutritional imbalance.
2.2 Second Pillar: Moderate Exercise
Exercise cannot make the body nourish, and will consume carbohydrates, protein, fat, vitamins, minerals, etc. in the body, so why exercise? Because exercise can drive the body to absorb nutrients. When exercising, the heart beats faster and the speed of blood flow is accelerated. The blood brings more nutrients and oxygen to the body, also takes away more wastes, and promotes cell metabolism.
Exercise can make people full of energy and not easy to get tired. Exercise can enhance cardiopulmonary function, increase fat metabolism, and reduce the incidence of cardiovascular disease. Exercise will also reduce the tension caused by external pressure and make people calm and not overly sensitive.
We all know that people who like to punch will have strong hands, because when their hands hit an object, the body will send out a signal that this place needs calcium and protein nutrients to withstand external collisions, and nutrition will be used at this time, which makes the muscles and bones of the hand very strong.
People who have broken bones need calcium supplementation, but if they lie still in bed after taking a lot of calcium, calcium cannot be absorbed well. At this time, some external force is needed to help exercise to achieve the effect of absorbing calcium.
When women do cosmetics and massage their facial skin, nutrition will be used on the facial skin to achieve the effect of beauty. Under the premise of adequate nutrition, “wherever you are physically active, the nutrients will be consumed there.” We must remember this principle.
But if the body’s intake of nutrients is insufficient, a slightly larger amount of exercise will damage our body. If a person is not very healthy and the nutrition intake is insufficient, he will be very tired after a long exercise time and it is difficult to recover, which will also cause great damage to the internal organs.
2.2.1 Aerobic Exercise
Aerobic exercise includes cycling, jogging, swimming, walking, etc. The general exercise time should be over 20 minutes, preferably 40 minutes. In the first 5 minutes of exercise, the body only consumes its glycogen, and in the next 5 minutes, it consumes protein before fat begins to burn. So when the human body exercises for a period of time, fat begins to be consumed, and the longer the time, the more fat is consumed.
Aerobic exercise helps strengthen the cardiopulmonary function and blood circulation system. The heart is moving every minute and every second in the human body. I, the heart beats 80 times per minute. When doing aerobic exercise, the heart beats 120 times. At this time, the absorption of nutrients is used on the myocardium.
As the heart beats faster, the flow of blood in the blood vessels also speeds up. The pressure of the blood on the blood vessel walls increases, and nutrients will be applied to the blood vessels to strengthen the elasticity of the blood vessels. Therefore, regular aerobic exercise helps strengthen the cardiopulmonary function and blood circulation system.
Cardiovascular patients are not suitable for high-intensity exercise, but lack of exercise will make it difficult to restore cardiovascular function. Therefore, under the condition of adequate nutrition, light exercise, such as walking, etc., can speed up the heartbeat and blood flow. Increase the pressure on the blood vessels, and the nutrients will be effectively applied to the myocardium and blood vessels at this time.
As the pace of life accelerates, many wage earners have no time to exercise. In fact, exercise can be integrated into life.
If you take the elevator, you can walk or jog upstairs instead. To go to work, you have to take the five-stop bus, you can walk two stops, and then take the three-stop bus, and so on.
As long as we experience it with our heart, we will find that there are many easy and effective exercise methods in life. But we should try our best to stay away from places with serious air pollution to do exercises.
2.2.2 Anaerobic Exercise
Anaerobic exercise is an exercise in which the body uses explosive strength, such as sprinting, weightlifting, etc., to regulate and exercise muscles.
Strong muscles help fight aging. If you lack this aspect of exercise, your body will be vulnerable to injuries such as sprains.
2.2.3 Stretching Exercises Neglected in Daily Life
Stretching exercises can increase the elasticity and flexibility of the body.
Dancing is a good stretching exercise, but we should pay attention to the dancing place. Dancing in the misty ballroom will not bring us health, but harm our body. Many people dance in parks and squares,which is a very healthy way.
The softness of the body often reflects the degree of aging of the body. There is an instrument in some gyms and hospitals that can measure the softness of the body.
In the absence of instrument, some simple methods can also be used to measure the softness of the body.
The softness of the body often reflects the degree of aging of the body.
Measure the softness of the upper body: stretch out your right hand, bend down from the top of the right shoulder to the back, and stretch out your left hand and bend upward from the left waist to the back.
If the two hands are held together easily, the softness is good, which is about 20 years old.
If only the fingers of the two hands are touched, the softness is equivalent to 30 years old.
If the hands are not touched at all, the softness is equivalent to 40 or 50 years old.
Measurement of the softness of the lower body: straighten the legs with shoulder width and bend over.
If the fingers can touch the ground, the softness of the lower body is 40 years old.
If the fist can touch the ground, the softness is 30 years old.
If the wrist can touch the ground, the softness is 20 years old.
If you can stick your head and chest to your legs, the softness is about 10 years old.
If you exercise every day before the age of 30, you can maintain or restore your softness to the level of about 20 years old.
If you reach the age of 40, it will be difficult to recover your body’s softness. After the age of 30, the body’s ability to maintain cells gradually weakens, and this ability becomes weaker by the age of 40, so it is difficult to restore the softness of about 20 years old.
But after 40 years old, as long as you keep exercising every day, you can still maintain your flexibility at the level of about 40 years old.
When we exercise flexibility, which nutrients should we pay special attention to? The ligaments of the body are elastic and are mainly composed of collagen. What are the main raw materials of collagen? It is protein and vitamin C.
When brushing teeth, the gums bleed, and the doctor will tell us that the body lacks vitamin C and needs vitamin C supplementation. why? Because the connection between gum and teeth also depends on collagen.
So when we are doing flexibility exercises, supplementing with high-quality protein and vitamin C will achieve good results.
The increase in exercise volume is a gradual process. Large fitness centers will usually make a comprehensive physical condition evaluation of the bodybuilder, including tests of heart tolerance, body flexibility, lung function and bone strength, etc. After the evaluation, the exercise program, exercise intensity and nutrition plan are formulated for the bodybuilder, and the positive and negative effects of exercise on the physical condition are detected in real time.
This book will save you tons of money on medical care, even save your life!
Health is your priority!
To your health!
Health Revolution Team