Part 5. Diet for breathing retraining: NormalBreathing vs. Buteyko course

· breathing, Health, medicine

Artour Rakhimov

Previous known ideas related to the Buteyko breathing technique mainly provided general rules:
– Eat only when you are hungry
– Stop in time
– Raw foods are better since they do not intensify minute ventilation (or breathing) as mush as cooked foods
– Vegetarian diets have advantages but not for all people
– Cans foods are better to avoid.

Here are major innovations for the NormalBreathing course.

Development of the 3-day test for 5 major nutrients
Buteyko and his doctors used supplements only for cleansing reactions. During the NormalBreathing course, students can test their specific deficiencies from the first days of breathing retraining.

Uses of fish oil (USSR in 60-70s – no problems); the iddea was suggested by Charles Maguire, while testing is done while monitoring changes in the morning CP.

“No soiling” idea
Teaching ideas related to diet and GI flora based on signs related to ideal GI health including “no soiling” (no need to use toilet paper after a bowel movement).
This sign (no soiling) is new even for the whole GI world with 1,000 of doctors, nutritionists and health therapists. No soiling means absence of biofilms on the surface of the small and large intestine. Overgrowth of Candida Albicans, Helicobacter Pylori, and other pathogens leads to formation of such biofilms.

Ketogenic diet is the latest and greatest innovation in breathing retraining. It was suggested by Misha Sakharoff (Denmark) during last months of 2014.

Not only for breathing retraining, but even in history of known to us research and studies related to digestive health, the NormalBreathing course first suggested and introduced that absence of soiling (no fecal residues) is a simple and important sign of ideal digestion and absence of biofilms on the surface of the gut.
Currently, ketogenic diet is taught as a part of the course.

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