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Foods to be careful of ( White Sugar/Curry Rice )

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7. White Sugar

White sugar, refined from sugarcanes, damages your health. It weakens the functions of white blood cells, and excessively consumes minerals, such as chrome and magnesium, and vitamins, especially Vitamin B. I will explain later how Vitamin B is essential to treat AD. White sugar gets absorbed in the intestines very quickly, and makes the body secrete too much insulin. Insulin will activate Δ5desaturase(an enzyme), increase arachidonic acid levels, and helps the production of malignant eicosanoids. Avoid eating sweets.

8. Curry Rice

Curry powder contains curcumin, a strong antioxidant, and is generally good for your health. Have you heard of a plant named turmeric? If you look it up on the internet, you will find mountains of pages about it. It is said to cure all kinds of diseases, and although it sounds dubious, it is, in fact, useful and effective. A major constituent of turmeric is curcumin.

However, the curry roux in instant curry contains type linoleic acid oils, so be careful. You can make a delicious AD patient-oriented curry if you just buy the curry powder, use seafood for flavor, use olive oil for oil, and substitute mushrooms, vegetables, and shellfish for beef, pork, and chicken.

What you need to keep in mind is that the dietary advice above is not for those who have developed AD because of food allergies. Even if you are not allergic to meat, dairy products, chocolate, wheat, rice, or eggs, you should avoid eating them. Even children tend to not develop AD because of food allergies. For adults, it is more rare to find AD caused by food allergies.

Also, there are doctors who claim that these dietary restrictions are too strict and will hamper a child’s growth and parents who believe this and get worried, but I am basically saying that you should cut down on protein and fat, which is not an extreme restriction. These restrictions will not cause any problems in development. The only reason why people are making menus that harm a child’s growth is because of food being separated from the local area dietetics, a study not supported by basic science, and doctors and dieticians who believe this.


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