If you are concerned about your health, have sensitivities or conditions, have struggled with disease, or are only concerned with prevention, then avoiding as many triggers and instigators as possible is critical, and this includes certain foods and ingredients. Your body needs all possible levels of support so that it can heal if you have chronic or temporary illnesses, and then maintain optimal health.

By now we’ve all heard of preservatives and artificial flavors, we know we should avoid them, for very good reasons. However, there are other troublesome ingredients that you should know to avoid if you suffer from chronic diseases.

These ingredients can fuel existing viral, bacterial and fungal conditions, which can lead to inflammation and can also wreak havoc on your digestive system, weaken and confuse your immune system, tighten your glands and organs, hamper cells anywhere in your body, alter or destroy the neurons and neurotransmitters in your brain, make you anxious and / or depressed, prepare you for strokes or heart attacks, and more. This is how the development of chronic diseases begins.

In chronic diseases these foods should be avoided

Health professionals are unlikely to warn you about most of these foods and additives, as it is not common knowledge that they can substantially worsen existing conditions, and that they can trigger new health conditions that can turn into diseases.

You deserve to have full knowledge of what you consume and the effects it has on your body.


Corn used to be one of the fundamental sources of food on earth. Unfortunately, genetically modified organisms (GMOs) technology has destroyed it as a viable food.

Corn products and by-products create substantial inflammation. It is a food that can feed viruses, bacteria, mold and fungi. Even if corn is not GMO, chances are high that it could trigger any kind of health condition.

Try to avoid all corn and all products that have corn as an ingredient. These include foods like corn chips, tacos, popcorn, corn cereal, and anything that clearly incorporates corn syrup or corn oil.

Less obvious items are also included, such as soda, gum, high fructose corn syrup (HFCS), toothpaste, gluten-free foods that use corn instead of wheat, and herbal tinctures that use alcohol as a preservative.

It is most likely corn grain alcohol. Instead, buy the alcohol-free tincture versions.

Try to read ingredient labels carefully and do the best you can. Staying away from corn products and by-products can be a lot of work. For a summertime treat, it’s okay to enjoy a fresh, organic corn on the cob.

But for the sake of your health, it is worth the effort to cut the corn the rest of the time, especially if you already suffer from chronic diseases.


Soy has suffered a GMO fate similar to corn. Soy used to be a healthy food. However, you can now assume that any soy product you find could have some GMO contamination or contain added MSG.

Be careful when eating soy, edamame, miso, soy milk, soy nuts, soy sauce, textured vegetable protein (TVP), soy protein powder, artificial meat products made from soy, and much more.

Try to stay away from soy as best you can. If you really enjoy soy and feel deprived without it, go for the safest options: plain, organic tofu or tempeh, or the highest quality.

Canola oil

Canola oil is primarily GMO at this time. Canola oil creates a great deal of inflammation. It is especially damaging to your digestive system, potentially scarring the linings of your small and large intestines, and is a major cause of irritable bowel syndrome.

Canola oil can feed viruses, bacteria, fungi, and mold. Beyond that, canola oil has a similar effect to battery acid on the inside of arteries, creating significant vascular damage.

This oil is used in many restaurants and in thousands of products, often as a low-cost alternative to olive oil. Even reputable health food chains and restaurants use canola oil to keep prices low, sometimes advertising canola as a health food or mixing it with olive and offering it 100% olive to their diners.

Unfortunately, if canola oil is even a small part of a healthy dish of organic and all-natural ingredients, you should probably avoid that dish because of how destructive canola oil is.

If you are dealing with a mysterious illness or chronic health condition, try to avoid canola oil at all costs.

Processed beet sugar

Until now, GMO beets are primarily reserved for making processed beet sugar. Therefore, you should avoid products that contain processed beet sugar, which feeds cancers, viruses, and bacteria.

This is different than grating fresh, organic beets over your salad or juicing fresh beets. If you stick to this vegetable organically, most of the whole beets that you buy in the produce section at your local health market or farmers market are safe to eat.

In itself, all refined sugar will never be good to consume if you suffer from chronic diseases, so stay away from this food definitely if you want to achieve health changes and not make them worse.


Humans have eaten eggs for thousands of years. They were once an incredible survival food in areas of the planet where there were no other food options at certain times of the year. However, that changed with the turn of the 20th century, when the autoimmune, viral, bacterial and cancer epidemics began.

The average person eats more than 350 eggs a year. That includes whole eggs and also all foods with hidden egg ingredients.

If you’re struggling with a disease, like Lyme disease, lupus, chronic fatigue syndrome, migraines, or fibromyalgia, avoiding eggs can give your body the support it needs to get better.

The biggest problem with eggs is that they are a staple food for cancer and other cysts, fibroids, tumors, and nodules. Women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), breast cancer, or other cysts and tumors should avoid eggs altogether.

Also, if you’re trying to prevent cancer, fight an existing cancer, or prevent a cancer relapse, staying away from the egg is the smart thing to do.

Eliminating eggs from your diet completely will give you a powerful chance to fight disease and heal. Eggs also cause inflammation and allergies; they feed viruses, bacteria, yeast, mold, candida, and other fungi and trigger edema in the lymphatic system.


People diagnosed with Candida or mycotoxins are often told that staying away from the egg will starve the Candida and mycotoxins.

There is a growing trend promoting them as an important health food. In addition, they are delicious and versatile to eat. However, if eggs were good for us today, even doctors would tell you something else when you get sick and tell you to stop eating eggs for those days while you’re sick.

Leave dairy if you suffer from chronic diseases

Milk, cheese, butter, cream, yogurt, and other similar products contain a substantial amount of fat, which is a strain on your digestive system, and especially your liver, to process it.

Dairy products contain lactose, and the combination of fat and sugar has negative health effects, especially if you are diabetic. Additionally, milk fat in the bloodstream helps breed viruses and bacteria.

Dairy also produces mucus and is a major cause of inflammation and allergies. Those are the issues that have always been true for dairy, even when it’s organic and farm.

And now, conventional practice has turned an already problematic food into toxic, by creating pressure on the agricultural industry to deliver hormones, antibiotics, GM corn and soy, and gluten to cows, goats and sheep. If you want a smooth healing process, it is best not to eat dairy.


Avoid all forms of pork, including ham, bacon, processed pork products, lard, etc. It is difficult to cure any chronic disease while consuming any type of pork product, due to the high fat content of these foods.

Farmed fish

Farmed fish are often raised in small, enclosed spaces. This leads to algae, parasites, and other diseases, so breeders often give fish antibiotics and treat the water with toxic chemicals.

This makes eating farmed fish risky. The safest fish to eat are wild ones, such as salmon, halibut, and haddock. No matter what type you select, watch out for mercury, especially larger fish like swordfish and tuna.

Gluten is harmful in chronic diseases

Gluten is a protein found in many grains. The forms of gluten that people are especially sensitive to are wheat, barley, rye, and spelled (a type of wheat).

When it comes to oats, be aware that growing and processing sometimes cross contaminate them with grains that contain gluten. However, oatmeal can be a very good food for people who are less sensitive.

Look for those that are labeled gluten-free. Gluten-containing grains also contain multiple allergens and proteins that can trigger any condition.

They create disruption and inflammation, especially in the intestinal tract and intestines. They also confuse your immune system, which is your main defense against disease, put it into a state of hyperactivity even in places it shouldn’t, like in your tissues, and often trigger celiac disease, Crohn’s disease, and colitis.

Eating these grains makes it very difficult for your body to heal. If you want to recover from your illness as quickly as possible, minimize pimples of any kind.


Monosodium glutamate (MSG) is a food additive that is used in tens of thousands of restaurant products and dishes. MSG is a salt that occurs naturally in glutamic acid (a non-essential amino acid).

But there is nothing natural about the extreme damage it can do to you. MSG generally builds up in your brain, penetrating deep into your brain tissue. It can then cause inflammation and swelling, kill thousands of brain cells, interrupt electrical impulses, weaken neurotransmitters, burn neurons, make you feel confused and anxious, and even lead to micro-strokes.

It also weakens and damages your central nervous system. MSG is especially harmful if you have a disease that affects your brain or central nervous system. However, there are no circumstances in which it is good for you.

As a result, this is an additive that you should always avoid. Because MSG is included in countless products, it is essential to read food labels carefully.

Knowing what to look for is also important. MSG is often “hidden” on labels due to its well-deserved bad reputation. The following terms generally mean that MSG is an ingredient in your product:

Glutamate, hydrolyzed, autolyzed, protease, carrageenan, maltodextrin, sodium caseinate, balsamic vinegar, barley malt, malt extract, yeast extract, brewer’s yeast, corn starch, wheat starch, modified food starch, gelatin, textured protein, whey protein, soy protein, soy sauce, broth, dressings.

Natural flavors

Any ingredient with a name as a natural flavoring has the MSG hidden in it. Natural cherry flavor, natural orange flavor, natural lemon flavor, natural fruit flavor, they are not just fruit extracts, and they are not your friends.

The same goes for smoke flavor, turkey flavor, beef flavor, natural mint flavor, natural maple flavor, natural chocolate flavor, natural medicinal vanilla flavor and all of their “natural” and “flavoring” cousins. . Although the pure vanilla extract is safe to use.

Each type of natural flavor potentially contains multiple biohazards and chemical compounds. Natural flavoring has gone unnoticed and allowed into thousands of health food store products that are advertised as good, safe and healthy for you and your children.

Moms, pay attention. Natural flavors are one of the newest and stealthiest tricks for hiding MSG. Be careful reading labels so that you and your family can avoid this hidden ingredient.

Artificial flavors

Artificial flavors can represent any of the thousands of chemicals that were born in a laboratory. Do not take risks when consuming them. To the best of your ability, stay away from chemical additives if you suffer from chronic illnesses.

Artificial sweeteners

Most artificial sweeteners act as neurotoxins because they contain aspartame. This can disrupt your neurons and your central nervous system.

Long-term artificial sweeteners can cause neurological breakdowns and strokes. If you crave sweets, eat as much fruit as you want. The fruit fights disease and has powerful healing properties.

Citric acid

Compared to the other additives in this chapter, citric acid is not that bad. That said, it is very irritating to the linings of the stomach and intestinal tract, so it can create a lot of inflammation and discomfort if you are sensitive.

Citric acid (the additive) is not the same as the natural acid in citrus. Try not to confuse the two. Citrus it is a healing food. The isolated ingredient citric acid, however, is often derived from corn.

Especially if you experience any type of stomach pain, keep an eye out for citric acid on ingredient labels and consider skipping foods that include it.


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