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Mutations in DNA result in changes in the sequence of amino acids of a protein (its primary structure). Thus, mutations may lead to changes in the way a protein functions and can become the molecular cause of Sickle Cell Anemia
Phenylketonuria (PKU) is a type of amino acid metabolism disorder. It is very rare, inherited in most cases. If you have it, your body can’t process part of a protein called phenylalanine (Phe). Phe is in almost all foods. If your Phe level gets too high, it can damage your brain and cause severe intellectual disability. All babies born in U.S. hospitals must now have a screening test for PKU. This makes it easier to diagnose and treat the problem early.
NOTE: Adults can develop PKU after 40, mostly after enzyme or hormonal disruption caused by emotional or physical stress and close to menopause
PKU is caused by mutations in the gene that helps make an enzyme called phenylalanine hydroxylase (pronounced fen-l-AL-uh-neen hahy-DROK-suh-leys), or PAH. This enzyme is needed to convert the amino acid phenylalanine into other substances the body needs. When this gene, known as the PAH gene, is defective, the body cannot break down phenylalanine.
Amino acids help build protein, but phenylalanine can cause harm when it builds up in a person’s body. In particular, nerve cells in the brain are sensitive to phenylalanine.
Protein is an important nutrient that is key to every cell in your body. Your body needs protein to build and repair tissues — and to make enzymes and hormones. Healthy bones, blood, hair, nails and muscles all rely on protein and since our bodies can’t store it, we must get high quality protein from our food.
But, are you digesting your protein? Most people are not digesting the protein in their diets, which can lead to a range of problems from a buildup of toxins, aging, weight gain/loss and lowered immunity.
- Behavioral or social problems
- Seizures, shaking, or jerking movements in the arms and legs
- Stunted or slow growth
- Skin rashes, like eczema
- A musty odor in urine, breath, or skin that is a result of the extra phenylalanine in the body
- Fair skin and blue eyes, due to the body’s failure to transform phenylalanine into melanin, the pigment responsible for a person’s coloring
- Abdominal pain
- Brain Fog
- Mood Swings
- Joint, Myofascial pain
- Trouble digesting fatty foods
- SIBO (Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth)
When your body can not absorb protein there is a good chance you have a leaky gut as well. In order to repair this malfunction we need to force the hydrochlopic acid (HLC) to activate Pepsin to work in ratio higher than Ph2
Cold showers – start gradually in moderation, avoid head at first
Tongue scraping, followed by Oil Pulling – morning before food/before bed, swish 1tbsp oil (coconut, black cumin, 5 seed, sesame) around your mouth for 5-20 min, then spit
24 hr Liver/Gallbladder Cleanse (every 6 months)
Fermented foods – Keffir, Sauerkraut, Kimchee, Natto, Kombucha
Water – Alkaline Ph7 optimal, Fiji water (2 gallons a week), no fluoride, chromium 6, lead Use reverse osmosis or Hydroviv filter for drinking water and shower (Use coupon code MAYA for 10%OFF)
Avoid – fluoride, aluminum, microwaves, foam, plastics
Ginger tea – consume 1 cup after each meal (room temperature)
Eat small frequent meals, chew well – proteins 1st, no water when having a meal. Drink warm water alone, 1hr apart from a meal in small sips
Beneficial foods – Mahuka honey, papaya, pineapple, mango, kiwi, grape, avocado
Herbs & Spices – cinnamon, garlic, cayenne pepper, mustard,
75% of the food should be raw – raw diary, veggies, sprouts, nuts
Yoga (especially down dog), QiGong, Daily meditation (3-4am & 3pm best)
Music with Subliminal Brainwave Frequencies – 30 to 40 min per day (headphones for best quality sound and deep healing)
Lots of sun exposure