The “healing” foods shown on the above report are thought by many to contain nutrients that help alleviate symptoms of the corresponding conditions.
The “aggravating” foods are thought to cause or worsen the related conditions; although that may or may not be true for every person. So no need to panic if you already eat foods on the aggravating list IF you are getting along well. This is not a “Do not eat” list. It is simply an alert that they may cause issues.
If you have several conditions, you may find a food on a healing list for one condition, and on the aggravating list for another condition. In that case, you will have to decide which condition is more critical to focus on, or simply omit the food from your diet, and choose alternative healing foods.
If there are foods in the healing list that you are not accustomed to eating, you may want to consult your doctor before eating it to make sure it will not interact with a medication you take – as many foods can and do interact with medications.
The healing foods list is not meant to replace your medications. However, as you eat more healing foods, your condition may improve, and your doctor may decide to lower or eliminate the dose of your medication. Be sure to keep an open dialog with your doctor about any new foods you are eating. That way, your doctor will be able to caution you about any potential medication interactions, and periodically check your blood work to see if you still need as much medication.
This Report is a work in progress. I will be adding new conditions as I think of them. If you think of one that’s not there, let me know and I’ll add it.