There are physical causes behind addiction that medical research and science are unaware of. For one, a deficiency of glycogen and mineral salts in the brain from a lack of glucose entering the brain (from fruits, potatoes, sweet potatoes, winter squashes, raw honey, coconut water), partly due to years of high-fat/high-protein diet, and a lack of mineral salts from sources such as celery juice and leafy greens in the diet to feed neurotransmitters. Also, an elevated levels of toxic heavy metals such as mercury, aluminum, and copper inside the brain can contribute to or cause addiction on their own. Emotional duress can amplify or further deplete someone, triggering addictive impulses.
From these root issues stem countless possible addictions, including to alcohol, drugs, sex, food, diet soda, extreme sports, and more. When glucose levels in our body and brain are depleted, we open the door to a multitude of addictions, such as processed sugar addiction and alcohol addiction, and we set ourselves up for adrenaline addiction.
If no glucose is available, our adrenals begin pumping adrenaline into the body so we can function and get through the day. This adrenaline surge is commonly known as a “rush”. But these days, most of us are running on adrenaline all the time and we might not even recognize what's happening. Adrenaline is not only highly addictive, but it's also destructive in our bodies. It's not meant to be something our bodies rely on day in and day out. The stress and pressures of life, poor eating choices, and environmental toxins can all play a role in daily adrenaline surges.
Becoming hooked on the feeling of adrenaline (usually unconsciously) contributes to almost every addictive pattern, whether it's to drugs, extreme sports, anger, coffee, or anything else.
When it comes to combating addiction, it's essential to understand each of these elements that can cause or contribute to addiction. You can find out how to help addictions, including foods to avoid, foods to eat, and supplements with dosages in the NYT best-selling book, Cleanse To Heal.
This item posted: 21-Jan-2022
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