My focus topic at the moment is "How much protein does man need". See also the last Blog article about the very informative books of Dr. Galina Shatalova.
In my research I found a review comparing the Schatalova books with the book "Merry Medicine" of Dr. Ulrich Strunz. The title of the book alone makes you happy, doesn't it? As opposed to what he calls "threat medicine".
Here I would like to present you my resumée to this book. In any case, it is extraordinarily interesting for me, if only because it deals with central main topics of this blog:
Power of Thought, Being Healthy, Rejuvenation, Nutrition, Exercise, Breathing, Power of Faith and Stillness.
Fear food through the back door?
To anticipate: The title of the book makes me happy, the content has in a subtle way a contrary effect on me for long stretches. The book is a practical reference work for "vital" vital substances that we "absolutely need" - rich in advice for our health. The reader learns in black and white how many milligrams of this and how much of that he "absolutely must regularly supply" to effectively prevent "cancer".
- However, this encourages an attitude that reckons with the worst, even considers it probable ( Strunz: "every third person gets cancer" ) and considers exact compliance with the dietary rules offered to be necessary in order to be really protected from this or any other disease.
The problem of such a basic attitude I have already encountered in another article in detail and also draws on the experience of Anita Moorjani who, in their great book “Dying to be ME“ clearly states that at the moment of her near-death-experience she immediately knew unambiguously that her fear of "cancer" was one of 2 causes of this "disease". She was suddenly aware that she wanted to prevent "cancer" by following a health diet, but instead directly invited it.
Eat natural food instead of industrial finished products
Dr. Ulrich Strunz emphasizes the importance of feeding ourselves only with natural foods, and I completely agree with this. This recommendation is also under FAQs. With industrial ready-made products we slag the body and promote the "getting sick".
If you are NOT on a vegetarian or vegan diet, you can eat in Frohmedizin quite a few useful tips for your diet. Strunz considers it absolutely necessary to eat fish twice a week and considers man (himself?) to be an omnivore. Do you eat a vegan diet? I trust you to adapt the fish rule and the curd rule optimally for your needs. How vegans also cover their omega-3 fatty acid needs, you can read on the page of the "Center of Health".
Similar to nutrition coach Patric Heizmann, Ulrich Strunz advocates a low-carbohydrate and high-protein diet.
So in any case little bread. Little pasta, rice and sugar.
This also corresponds to my experiences and observations. It is becoming more and more apparent that we need no or minimal carbohydrates from processed grains. And that at least wheat or gluten is poison for the body.
Reread also the book Wheat belly.
But it also works with less protein
The Russian doctor and researcher Dr. Galina Shatalova. also the neurologist and specialist for nutritional medicine Dr. David Perlmutter confirmed in his book "Dumb as a post"that we need much less protein than previously assumed.
Obviously, however, Strunz assumes that we need to get every gram of protein we need from our diet. Already in my last article about Dr. Galina Shatalova's books, I highlighted her research results that disprove this:
According to her, most of the protein we need is produced directly in the body - using the nitrogen in the air we breathe and with the help of bacteria in the colon.
Are you losing weight right now? Sometimes it is helpful to compensate for the excess of carbohydrates with more protein at first, in order not to fall into starvation with a subsequent yo-yo effect.
You will eventually realize how much or how little protein you really need.
From the lack to the confidence of being nourished
With the previous intake of too much dead industrial food, we mostly unconsciously wanted to meet the hunger signals of the body. But the body needs vital substances, not "milk slice" or potato chips. That works Dr. Ulrich Strunz also very clear in his Frohmedizin. His book can give you many valuable nudges to move away from the previous disease-causing aberration of outdated nutritional science and conventional medicine to get away.
Strunz would like to be a doctor who has time for you, takes you seriously and can take you by the hand. He advises you to really look for a doctor of your confidence, who is not pharmazie-hörig, but the high healing ideal committed, which is reflected in the oath of Hippokrates sincerely.
Let him take you by the hand for a while and learn in time to find the truth WITHIN YOU. In the extensive book you will find a whole series of tests and questions that will lead you to an honest inventory.
Please do not put all views on the gold scale, neither Dr. Strunz nor those of mine. Keep checking and recheck what's right for you.
Movement - movement - movement
I have taken this advice to heart. I haven't really been into running so far. I've preferred going to the outdoor pool in the summer, otherwise doing yoga and some fitness training in general.
But I like this approach, and since my work doesn't give me enough exercise, the running program is a real asset.
So I bought running shoes and have been out in nature first thing in the morning for a few days now. Wonderful!
In the book, you'll also find a number of home fitness exercises that can easily be incorporated into your daily routine.
And where is the soul?
Dr. Strunz writes about "Molecules of emotion" and here he shows himself to be more of a biochemist than a shrink. "Mental and spiritual causes" appears now and then - between the lines. He knows stress and invites it "roll off."
For Strunz, being happy is apparently eating pleasurably according to his standards, getting enough exercise outdoors in nature, and experiencing success and being healthy based on a positive discipline that gives you a "400-horsepower engine" instead of your previous "18-horsepower body".
For Strunz, putting yourself in a positive frame of mind and also developing a corresponding belief is part of that.
I am firmly convinced - based on my many years of observation - that "cancer" in particular, but also other "diseases" as well as accidents, always have psychological causes.
Thus the "positive basic mood" is not alone beneficial for healing. But it can help you to anticipate the positive outcome in the form of real redemption and healing in your spirit - especially strengthened by inner faith and trust in the healing power of the light.
However, if you are not afraid of any "diseases", but simply want to lose weight and feel good physically, the recommendations of the Frohmedizin will be a valuable help, especially because Dr. Strunz will guide you competently through the physically relevant correlations.
Are female doctors more closely connected to the soul than male doctors?
In the comparison between the books of Galina Shatalova and Ulrich Strunz it seems to me so.
Shatalova is also a scientist, but she speaks of the soul, including the soul of nature, and for me she clearly shows a truly holistic approach.
Strunz covers some areas, where he is "at home". His "home" is obviously not in the spiritual-spiritual, but in the "happy-scientific".
Anyway. There's something about being able to sign EVERY line of a book. But that doesn't have to be the case. I've gotten into the habit of just picking out the pearls, rubbing my "truth" with the book's, and letting a larger, more comprehensive truth emerge.
With this in mind, I may well recommend the book Frohmedizin to you. It can open you effectively for a healthier way and prepare you for real FREEDOM.
You experience this freedom in Oneness with All-that-is. In this Oneness there is no place for "sickness" and therefore also no need for prevention and correction. "Illness" for me is nothing else than being separated from The Source - in the most diverse disguises.
I invite you to let go of your belief in the negative power of "illness" and to take it for what it basically is: a signpost into your healthy-ness, into your Oneness, which you can learn to read and use for healing.
And I wish you this healthy being from the bottom of my heart!
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