The pituitary gland is located at the base of the brain and releases special hormones that regulate the activity of other glands. It is involved in controlling thyroid functions, the adrenal glands, growth, and sexual maturation.
The hypothalamus and the pituitary are tightly integrated. Together, they regulate all processes having to do with primitive reactions, such as:
survival in general
Sugar not only inhibits the healthy functioning of the pituitary gland but also shuts it down.
This gland is mysterious and powerful and has been referred to as our “spiritual antenna,” or “seat of the soul,” and, more commonly, the “third eye,” because it’s been said to provide us visibility into higher levels of consciousness.
When we are children, our pineal glands are open and as we age, they begin to calcify or shut down as a result of exposure to toxins and excessive quantities of certain hormones. People in countries where it’s common to eat a higher percentage of processed and refined food have much more heavily calcified pineal glands than others.
Alcohol, meat, fish, & fluoride, create excess acidity in the body, forcing your system to draw nutrients out of its tissues in an attempt to balance its pH. Sugar also increases epinephrine output, which causes dysfunction in the pineal gland by interfering with its natural production of melatonin.
Sugar is a danger to our health, spirituality, & happiness so just leave it in the store.
Many foods we consume on a daily basis shut down the immune system with the introduction of GMOs The FDA has said that many of the products sitting on the grocery store shelves will have to be labeled with side effects. Please ensure you are researching the ingredients in the products you purchase on a daily basis. This simple task can be the difference between a clean bill of health and a cancer diagnosis.
1 tbs. Chopped onion
1 lb Chicken breast
3 cloves garlic, minced
1 tbs. Chopped parsley
1 tbs. Chopped fresh dill
1 cup of frozen vegetables
1tbs. Ghee or coconut oil
2 tsp of salt
2 tsp. Ground black pepper
2 tsp. Ground turmeric
8-10 cups of water
2 cups chicken broth
1 tsp. Moringa powder
In a pressure cooker, combine the bones, onion, oil, parsley, frozen garlic, parsley, frozen vegetables, ghee or oil, pepper, & turmeric. Cook over medium heat, stirring frequently until the meat changes color slightly.
Add the water & broth and close the lid. Cook under pressure for 8 to 10 minutes (or combine all ingredients in a pot, boil then simmer for about 20-30 minutes.
Open the lid slowly to add your noodles. Simmer for 3-5 minutes or until desired tenderness & the meats falling off the bone.
When your cooking with real food you don’t need to count calories!! Just have 2 cups in a day, if you do three you’ll need to fast at least 12 hours. This soup will boost immunity, provide pain relief, and cure inflammation.
Moringa is used for asthma, diabetes, obesity, symptoms of menopause, and many other conditions, but there is no good scientific evidence to support these uses.