Saturday, 22 March 2014

A brief picture on Fish . . .

As you are probably all aware  by now part of Nature's Physician's work covers individuals (human and animal) health issues such as Depression, Anxiety, Acid reflux, I.B.S. Skin issues, Bowel issues, Heartburn, Constipation and other health issues such as for individuals who have suffered from Bowel Cancer. 

From the diet sheets we have done to date, we thought some of you might be interested to read the following. Over the last 7 years we have been noticing an interesting change in varieties of fish that are coming up as negatives for individuals with various health issues . . this could be due to what the fish are eating, what they are swimming in, potential contamination our waters, individuals chemical balances changing due to ill health, an emotional experience, a trauma, too much medication. . . . the list is endless but the more we are seeing the more we are convinced something is going pear shaped . . the most important thing though, is our health and if you are suffering after eating sea food of any sort, please feel free to contact us

There is an alarming amount of fish that we are now finding as coming up as negatives for individuals chemical balances and in light of this and because many of you are suffering from health issues that are often irritated off after eating certain foods we thought we would draw you a quick diagram on the negative fish and the positive fish . . . however, sadly the only three fish that seem to come up positive are Cod, Hake  and Tuna in spring water. We would like to reiterate that every animal and human has their own unique chemical balance, just as your car key will not fit your neighbours. So, please do not just assume that you have a reaction to the ones mentioned. 

Some people for example can have rainbow trout where as others can have brown trout . . . in other words each fish is also unique.

We have only covered a few fish, the most common ones, but would be happy to add others upon request. . . . feel free to ask and we will place them accordingly.

We would, of course be happy to help you if you are struggling with finding a fish to eat, so don't feel there are none out there that you can eat. 

Please feel free to visit our facebook page  to see some of the other topics we have covered, although it is not as in depth as this Blog.   




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