Minerals

POTASSIUM, PHOSPHORUS, ZINC, SILVER, IRON (in small amounts)

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INCREASES COLD DISORDER

INCREASES POTENTIALANAEROBIC/ ANABOLIC  DOMINANCE

MAGNESIUM, , *CALCIUM, SULPHUR, GOLD, IRON (in large amounts)

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INCREASES HOT DIORDER

INCREASES OXIDATION, DYSAEROBIC/CATABOLIC DOMINANT PHYSIOLOGY.

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Vitamins and Fats

C, Folic Acid, Antioxidants, Sterol containing fats(solid at room temperature.Butter, Coconut Oil, Tongue Oil, Ghee(warmer than butter but still cooler than oils that are liquid at room temperature)

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INCREASES 'COLD" DISORDERS.  INCREASES ANAEROBIC/ANABOLIC DOMINANCE IN PHYSIOLOGY.

B-1, B-6, B-12, D, , EFA's Omega 3,6,9, and oils that are liquid at room temperature, vegetable oils, seed oils,

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INCREASES "HOT" DISORDER

INCREASES OXIDATION, DYSAEROBIC/CATABOLIC DOMINANT PHYSIOLOGY.

WIND DISORDER

The "Wind" changes.

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Modern Medicine and Physiology does not quite understand the Wind.  They have noticed unusual phenomenon not arising always due to chemistry, from the nervous system's ability, or the mind body connection's ability, to what appears to supercede the chemistry.  What has been listed here is the closest attempt to try to describe a phenomenon that is not possible to understand in modern terms.  This is as close as we can get to explaining in modern physiological/chemical terms some causes of the phenomenon we call "Wind".


DOMINANT PARASYMPATHETIC TYPE, (Relaxed) - Weak adrenal medulla function (Low norepinephrine) - High in zinc, vitamin A, B6, etc... - Usually low in sodium, B1, iron, manganese, etc... - A low sodium/potassium ratio - Needs less carbohydrates to prevent slowing down - Needs more protein to increase stimulation - Lower testosterone, and dopamine - Higher progesterone, and serotonin - Handles volume in training poorly and has a tendency to burnout and overtrain easily

This information about nervous system dominance is from the workof Dr. Guy Schenker, Dr. L. Wilson, Dr. Peter Eck, and Dr. Kelley's work.  It can provide more info although many of them contradict each other and  sometimes themselves as well at times.    The "wind" and its phenomena noted in traditional medicine can only be partly explained in these terms.

DOMINANT SYMPATHETIC TYPE (Explosive) - Strong adrenal medulla function (High norepinephrine) - Low in zinc, magnesium, vitamin A, B6, etc... - Usually high in sodium, B1, iron, manganese, etc... - A high sodium/potassium ratio - Needs more carbohyrates to slow down - Needs less protein to prevent overstimulation - Higher testosterone, and dopamine - Lower progesterone, and serotonin - Can handle more volume in training

This information about nervous system dominance is from the workof Dr. Guy Schenker, Dr. L. Wilson, Dr. Peter Eck, and Dr. Kelley's work.  It can provide more info although many of them contradict each other and  sometimes themselves as well at times.    The "wind" and its phenomena noted in traditional medicine can only be partly explained in these terms.

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