The adamski method
Nutrition and digestive tract specialist for more than 30 years
The Adamski method is a true food adjustment, away from diets or other weight loss techniques.
It is a question here of food hygiene with as a culmination the regulation of the digestive tract associated with specific manual techniques.
The adjustment will first restore a good transit, eliminate toxins, will prevent the body from storing more and allow losing volume. A digestive tract in good condition equates, eliminates, and fixes all discrepancies.
The essential difference between regimes and the Adamski method is the notion of fast-slow and not the quantity of ingested food.
THE DIGESTIVE TRACT
To live longer and in better shape, one must have a clean digestive tract.
Various works have highlighted that the stomach is our second brain and that it is place for immune defenses, it is therefore important not to clog the digestive organs: it is the heart of the Adamski method research since more than 30 years...
The manager of our digestion, its assimilation, of our health and longevity, is the digestive tract. It is in taking care by a food adjustment that enhances its operation that one improves his health, his physical shape. This method is the necessary passport for a good prevention.
The digestive tract has different bodies :
- Small intestine
- Large intestine
Other organs and glands flows into it :
- Liver, gallbladder and pancreas
The genito-urinary tract :
- Kidneys, ureters, bladder, urethra
- Uterus and prostate
The body which regulates transit and assimilation
Transit is a vertical operation, from the mouth to the rectum, which allows food to go down throughout the 8 to 10 meters of the digestive tract, through various bodies responsible for its transform, dissolve, and filter, to ultimately only eliminate waste, toxins and bad fats.
Assimilation is a horizontal operation, from inside to outside the tract. Through small filtering ports placed throughout the tract, vitamins, minerals, trace elements, and good fats contained in foods pass in the blood and come feed all the cells of the body.
But this horizontal flow is two-way. From outside to inside the tract occurs the elimination, another essential function of the tract. Indeed, these same ports also allow the evacuation to the tract of toxins, for various reasons, contained in blood cells.
These two vertical and horizontal passages through the digestive tract are intertwined. The deregulation of one always results in the disruption of the other. It is a vicious circle. When transit is not well performed, the absorbed materials accumulate along the pipe, fur it, clog the ports and hinder assimilation and elimination.
When the transit is not well performed, all elements which should get into the blood through the ports remain in the tract, clutter it and eventually clog it, preventing the transit.
A bad digestion, that is to say a transit problem, causes negative effects throughout the body.
THE SOLUTION ?
Bring rest to the digestive tract in re-harmonizing our diet by choosing the right order of foods that meet its proper functioning.
In any case, it is not a "diet" which always implies hardship and therefore imbalance... but this is rather an "adjustment" of nutrition, where we see results in 3 to 4 days.
In addition to this food adjustment, it is recommended to combine manual techniques, including the abdomen reflex technique which allows you to loosen the deposit existing on the walls and relax the digestive tract.
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THE ADAMSKI METHOD
The Adamski food adjustment: two foods to dissociate
As described in his book "The Nutrition Revolution", the Adamski method introduces the differentiation between fast/acid foods and slow/non-acid foods. The essential difference between regimes and the Adamski method is the notion of fast-slow and not the quantity of ingested food.
Beware what we call "fast/acid" and “slow/non-acid” has nothing to do with the taste of the food nor the pH (which is or isn’t acid), but with the descent rate in the digestive tract! It is, of course, not necessary to analyze each food to know what is the nature of its molecule.
These categories are very simple to memorize and suffer no exception :
- Are considered to be "fast/acid" foods: fruit and yoghurt, some vegetables (including tomatoes, peppers, pumpkin, melon, chili) and honey. The rule applies as well to the raw, cooked, dry or candied fruit. Only exception: the wine and dried grapes vinegar for which the acid molecule has been transformed during the fermentation.
- Are considered to be "slow/non-acid" foods: all other foods.
The Adamski manual techniques
In addition to this food adjustment, Frank Laporte Adamski offers different manual techniques in order to accelerate and accompany the treatment of your digestive tract.
These manual techniques are especially to maneuver 5 points on the abdomen to facilitate the transit and loose deposits through a reflex and aromatherapy technique to release the digestive tract.View sessions