To People Who Want To Take Control Of Autoimmune Disease – But Don’t Know How.
SAP is the accumulation of Souk’s knowledge, research and experiences as a Functional Nutritionist and a survivor of multiple Autoimmune diseases for almost a decade.
It is designed to find the root causes, remove all potential trigger food, allergen, pathogens and environmental toxins from the body, then restore and strengthen the foundations of health to allow the body to heal itself with support from real food, supplements and lifestyle change.
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The Benefits of SAP
With this program you will…
Feeling comfortable in your own body and perhaps loss some weight in 30 days
Have control over autoimmune disease
Eliminate brain fog
Live with less pain
Clarity and focus
Boosted immune system
Improve mental health
Get involve with community and make new friends
Imagine your autoimmune conditions instantly improved and you’re able to live with Less pain and feel more comfortable with your own body and live a quality of life.
It’s very daunting to constantly feel that whatever you do and whatever you eat could potentially kill you because your immune system is responding aggressively not just to germs and allergens but mainly to yourself, your own tissues, your body…What in the world, right? Only people who have such health condition can completely understand this.
The world is a giant globe, filled with amazing living and none-living things. Unfortunately, it is also filled with problems and deadly diseases too…it’s scary…but life has to go on… because it is not worth worrying about things we cannot change and diseases we cannot cure. I know it’s easy said than done but when you think about it, what’s the benefit of being so worried? Except you will make yourself sicker, become anxious and drive your loved ones crazy. Your friends will disappear one by one…
It’s wise to be resilient about what’s going on around you and situation you are in. It’s even better if you do research, learn and find solutions to your problems because no one knows you better than you and no one can save you but yourself.
There will be times when we encounter situations where we are feeling overwhelmed because our body and mind cannot cope with what’s going around us and within us. We just need to slowdown, take a step back and retreat to regain our strength, rethink our strategies to deal with issues that occur in front of us so we don’t damage ourselves and worsen the situation. If doing nothing makes you feel better then do just that. It feels great when you are able to close your eyes and let the world pass by. It’s healthy when you are able to let go even for a short while.
Once we gain our strength physically and emotionally, we will be able to think rationally and see things beyond ourselves. We will see a bigger picture and how things unfold. We will be able to cope and solve our complicated problems better than ever. People can do what they want to do in life if they just slow down – Angela Lockwood
Life with Systematic Scleroderma is like living in complicated jigsaw puzzle. The more stressful we become the puzzle gets harder to solve.
For years, I have been desperately trying to solve my complicated health puzzle. I have asked for help from experts whom I believe they knew my problems and I relied on them to guide me through the process. After working so hard to solve the same puzzle again and again, I began to feel very anxious, I got really frustrated, sad, dismayed and sometimes scared. Because the puzzle was extremely important to my existence. It’s life and death…and it’s not easy to talk about death with anyone, not even with your loved ones believe me 😐. I was either stopped or ignored. I can understand why people don’t want to talk about death. It’s harsh and emotional topic but I also understand myself why feel what I feel and that’s ok. I am just human.
Since my youth, I always have been comfortable talking about death. This maybe because in the past, I had often experienced my family’s members passing in unexpected circumstances. I often consoled myself that we all are going to end up the same place, sooner or later and that’s ok too. In fact, it’s good. It’s circle of life and it means to be that way.
I am comfortable talking about death because it reminds me that life is not something I take for granted. I expect my time on this planet to end anytime and that’s ok. What matter is how I spend my time now…I am standing tall to fight deadly disease with pride and and I am not giving up. I am not letting sadness and disease swallow me whole because I want to live, I want to love and be loved, I want to travel to see the world and meet wonderful people. There are so much in the world I don’t know about.
What did I do to get out of this tricky mind boggling situation?
From my experiences, yes…experiences, it happened countless times. The best way to deal with such situation is to step away from it but not to abandon it. It’s good for me to forget about the problems I can’t solve for a while yet be resilient. I stop crushing myself and start talking to people whom I trust about my feelings and thoughts. I try to enjoy other little things in life such as a coffee or short walk with my dog. It makes huge difference.
It’s important for us to be resilient to survive difficult situations. When we are resilient we will be able to think and act rationally under any circumstances.
Trust in your ability to heal yourself
Like I mentioned before, no one know you better than you and no one can save you but yourself…How can we save ourselves? I believe education is the best tool to help us improve our knowledge and confidence in dealing with problems. We are so lucky that these days information is just at the tip of our finger because access to information has never been so easier with the help of technologies and internet. We just need to harvest information we need wisely and from reliable sources.
When you have knowledge of what you want to do, you will have confidence to deal with any issue regardless. The knowledge will open up your mind for more options and possibilities and you will be more resourceful. However, you should allow yourself to make mistakes and errors, forget, forgive yourself and move on, celebrating everything you achieve no matter how small that is.
In a nutshell, when you are encountering any tricky situation, don’t forget to step back, educate yourself, unpack the problem, think and rethink of the possibilities. The outcome will likely be more pleasing. Once, you have done that, you will be amazed at your abilities to achieve anything you desire.
I have many people asked me how I lost more than 10 kilos of my weight in 5 months and manage to keep it off for good. My answer is, wheres there’s a will, there’s a way.
I didn’t just lose weight but I am feeling fantastic, energetic and energized through out the day, most days, despite I have chronic health conditions called Systematic Scleroderma and Lung Fibrosis. My quality of life has improved dramatically, sometimes people around me forget about my conditions and my capacities in carrying out tasks. Well, I can’t really blame them but my enthusiasm.
I do sometimes have to eat carbs to keep my weight from going down too much. I know, I sound ironic but that’s the truth. However, I am always making sure I eat good quality carbs such as sweet potatoes, nuts, pumpkin and vegetables. Because bad carbs, mainly sugar and white grains make me gain weight very easily. They add more problems to my health and put restraint on my finance. After eating such kind of food, I will suffer for weeks. Then I need to detox my body and fully be rested. In worst case scenario, I would end up in ER.
7 months ago, losing weight was a huge struggle for me. I tried all kind of diets, managed to lose few kilos in few weeks, but at the end of it I was like a dried sponge waiting to absorb all the water in the world. My water retention was very high and I was swollen. I put weight right back on as soon as the dieting was ended. It was frustrating.
The truth is that losing weight is extremely hard. It’s almost a rocket science! Because it needs determination, knowledge and practices.
Human body and mind is so complex, more over each of us are just so different. A Weight-loss or dieting is not one size fit all. Our genes are made up differently and we have different hidden health issues. The most obvious thing is that we have different mindsets because we were brought up in different background and social/economic status. I believe, weight-loss needs to be individualized. You need to understand and listen carefully to your body.
In my Asian Culture, food is the symbol of prosperity and wealth. Whenever we invite guests home, food has to be the best and as much as we can offer. We even pack food for our guests, regardless the number.
In my opinion, there’s nothing wrong with Asian culture. If you can afford to be generous, it’s fantastic. Our world needs generosity. But one thing need to change. The quality of food you are offering to people!!! As I mentioned before, sugary food, white grains, gluten and dairy contained food are more likely to affect you than benefiting you.
A person ‘s health is paramount, especially your love ones. I am sure you want the best for them, and the best gift you can give them is to look after their health and well-being. Although it’s once in awhile.
Now, right at the point! How to lose weight effectively?
To lose weight effectively I’ve looked into many factors. I categorized them into two main factors as follow.
1. External factors
Understand and gain full picture of your physical situation. If you’ve tried to lose weight multiple times and failed like me, you probably need to look at these factors👇🏼
Get yourself tested for you have any food allergies, celiac, fructose intolerant, etc.
Replace sugar intake with Stevia or Ethanol in your diet; or get rid of all kind of sugar completely.
Reduces amount of fruits you eat to one serve a day and avoid high sugar fruits.
Check your medications side effects. If side effects of medication is weight gain then talk to your doctor about alternative medicine.
Get your vitamins and minerals levels up to scratch. Lack of vitamins and minerals can have huge impact on your health and effects your weight-loss progress.
High fat, low carb and moderate protein is known to be the most effective diet for weight-loss and weight management. The minimum period for you to be on strict diet of 5 weeks to see obvious results. After that you should remain on the diet most of the time. It’s also reasonable for you to be off the diet for a special event or a dinner with friends. However, you need to get right back to the diet the next meals to keep you on the right track.
Intermittent fasting helps to accelerate your weigh-loss. The period of fasting should be at least 12 hours.
2. Internal factors
Like I mentioned before that weight-loss is almost a rocket science. It’s more complex than it sounds. It might be easier for some young healthy people and certainly not the sick and people above and beyond 30 years of age, especially ones with chronic illnesses like myself.
Weight-loss take a lot of efforts, commitment and money.
The first question to ask is why do you think losing weight is important for you?
Is your physical health in jeopardy?
Does your weight gain affects your health and well-being?
Are you concerned about your appearance? Forget about other’s opinions.
Just one YES of these questions is enough for you to build your willpower and combat your weight issue because without healthy body and mind, money means nothing at all. Like saying Your Health Is Your Wealth.
To maintain your willpower, motivation and be successful in weight-loss
Be mindful of who you are associating and hanging out with regularly. The chances are if you are associated with healthy eating and supporting group of people, you probably will be a healthy eating person too. For example, because of my lung condition, I certainly can’t go out with a smoker as I knew cigarette smoke will hurt my lung. I love and respect my friends who smoke but I just can’t be hanging out with them.
Be complacent but not negligent on your well-being. Learning to say no to your urges for carbs and to people who offer unhealthy food.
Know your limit, meaning know what you can and can’t eat. Once you’ve learned and understand your physical and mental health situation, you probably know your limit very well.
I have been living with lung condition called Lung Fibrosis or idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, assume to be caused by Systemic Scleroderma since 2012. The symptoms including.
* Dry coughing
* Chest discomfort, shortness of breath and chest pain
* Fatigue and weakness.
It can be scary living with a lung condition because I tend to get viral and bacterial infection very easily. Therefore, staying in a clean environment is one of my top priorities.
Lung is one of the most important organs in human’s body. We need healthy lung for our body to properly function. It is our lifeline because lungs have the role to bring oxygen into the body to feed the heart, the brain and the entire systems. It protects the body from allergens and fights off viruses and bacterias.
I was officially diagnosed with Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis six months after I was diagnosed with Systemic Scleroderma. I was always fatigued and as the result lost my abilities to work.
Once my lungs were given the name tag, the disease already claimed 20% of the lungs. I was prescribed methotrexate and presnisolone to suppress my immune system and stops the body tissue to attack itself (I was told). Besides these medications I also took high dose of cymbalta and Endep to help managing pains and aid sleep. Nexium was also prescribed for severe acid reflux. However, after 5 years of taking those medicines, I realized they just suppressed the symptoms and didn’t stop the progression of lung fibrosis or eliminate the pains. 6 years later my lungs capacity reduced from 80% to 65%. I can only breathe in 1.9 liters of oxygen instead of 6 liters. Due to less oxygen in the body, I often have dizziness and become exhausted easily.
The Rheumatologist told me I am one of the luckiest Systemic Scleroderma and Lung Fibrosis patients who has a better condition than her peers.
I definitely was not excited to hear the statement but I am grateful that my efforts and experiments with food and exercises paid off. I knew why I am one of the luckiest among those lung fibrosis patients. I believe I have been working very hard in looking after my health and well-being. On other hand, I simply don’t have any choice but do whatever it takes to survive the illnesses so I can live longer with my family and friends and travel the world to see new places. Traveling makes me feel alive and appreciate the life I am living.
Generally, lung function of a person declines as we aged. But if a person has lung conditions the lung function declines very rapidly.
When I was young and healthy I thought physical heath and appearance was very thing to a person’s well-being. Obviously, I was naive. The good health and well-being of a person involves all elements of a person’s life. When a person is unwell it needs a holistic way of treatment, especially for those with chronic diseases. We need mind, body and spirit approach!!!. I wish I knew this 7 years ago.
After years of struggling with deadly diseases, I turned to holistic health healing to gain my health back. I started my healing with 360 Degree Cleansing.
I quickly realized that body cleansing reduces inflammation in body. As the result, I become more energetic and able to do more exercises and archive daily tasks easier. I can even hike but in my own pace.
After discovery about food and holistic healing, I am very excited and continue to do researches and gain more understanding about natural healing. I experiment and apply what I’ve learned daily.
I believe natural health care is the most affordable health care. It’s in our food, our daily activities and environment. It’s in our CONTROL!!!
It’s true that in many cases modern medicine saves lives. However, it’s also very expensive and inaccessible to those who have disadvantaged social-economically. It’s also true that every medication has side affects. Modern medicine to date isn’t able to cure chronic diseases such as Diabete, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Lupus, Scleroderma and Lung Fibrosis. I am the living proof of such examples. However, I consider modern medicine and medical technologies as valuable tools to optimize my healing. It provides me clearer picture and extends my time to learn about natural healing. It’s a safeguard for the unforeseen, especially the lung condition.
I used to fully rely on modern medicines because I was brought up around my father who was a medical doctor. He dedicated his life to his work of saving lives with his skills and so I trusted my father and his knowledge, no questions asked. At the same time, I was raised and looked after by my grandmother who believed in self-sustainability. She was brought up during World War II, when money meant almost nothing. Due to poverty and war along the Laos-Vietnam border, grandmother and her family moved from place to place, surviving on wild vegetables, roots, insects, wild animals and bamboo-shoot. Some time they went to bed hungry. Grandmother and her family were forced to immigrate from Son La, Dien Bien Phu, Vietnam to resettle in Laos.
In Laos, grandmother had a piece of land to farm and it was the best thing she ever had had in life – Growing her own food was a very serious business.
My grandmother and her friends used to tell us that we shouldn’t simply eat any food if there’s an internal injury. They said some foods would slow down the body’s healing or in the worst case, it even causes death.
My mother gave birth to 3 daughters, myself and two younger sisters and my grandmother looked after her diet and well-being during all those times. She would only allow my mother to eat grilled ginger with salt, rice and drank herbal tea, taking an herbal shower in the morning and be seated on warm herbal salt for the first week of childbirth, then foods were gradually added back to her diet. After 3 weeks, my mother could eat her usual diet again and the warm herbal salts sitting also stopped. My mother was healthy young mother until after she had my youngest brother.
After my father graduated from a medical school in Russia. We moved with his job away from grandmother. Therefore, my mother was under my father’s care during the birth of my youngest brother. She was allowed to eat whatever she wanted and was given antibiotics and pain killers. Over the years mother’s health was deteriorating. She became over weight and eventually developed diabetes with a heart condition. Mother passed away at the aged of 63 from health attack. Grandmother lived a long healthy life. She died t the aged of 93.
Why am I telling you the mortality of my respected beloved ones?
After two years living with Systemic Scleroderma and Lung Fibrosis, I couldn’t help but reflect on myself and my family’s history, especially my grandmother’s. Because I believed I have an incredibly short life as there’s no cure to my illnesses. There’s no medication could take away my pains. I was living a hopeless life. Although I am very grateful and I don’t have any regret, I do have concerns and worried about my young family. My young son needs me, the functional me!
I begin to ask myself a lot of questions
What could I do to slowdown the progression of the diseases?
What kinds of food causes inflammation or heal human’s body?
What else can be done besides modern medical interventions?
Are there scientific reasons behind grandmother’s food protocol?
It took me years to find answers to my questions. I studied all diets that claimed to eliminate some illnesses like Paleo, Low FODMAP, low fat, low calorie and GM diets. I started experimented each of these diets one by one. The first goal was to lose weight I gained during those years from side affects of medications. Unfortunately, none of these diets alone actually helped me, not for long term.
In May, 2017 during my Japan trip with one of my best friends. I learned about Ketogenic diet from her because she wouldn’t stop talking about it. Ketogenic diet is high fat low carb moderate protein diet. It’s proven to help people with diabetes to manage their blood sugar level and reduces inflammation. My best friend started the diet when she found out she was at borderline of getting diabetes. It works very well for her. I was thrilled for her! She lost a lot of weight and became a healthier happier and more beautiful version of her. Her blood sugar level is normal again.
21 May 2018, on my flight back home from Tokyo I started Ketogenic diet. It’s easier for me to do so on the flight because plane food was boring. I fasted for more than 12 hours to cleanse my body and kicked start the Ketogenic diet.
After two weeks of Ketogenic diet, I felt very energetic. The inflammation in my body drastically reduced. At the same time I also learned that not everything in this particular diet is good for me. So I did food elimination in the limitation of Low/FODMAP which I have been doing for years plus the Ketogenic diets. The experiments paid off! Inflammation in my body almost vanished and I was able to stop most of medications. The diet also helped me lost 12kgs of my weight. It helps me live quality life with lung fibrosis and combats inflammation in a big way.
What causes my lung to scar?
According to medical explanation, my lung scarring is caused by the Systemic Scleroderma, a form of autoimmune diseases. Lung Fibrosis can also be caused by other factors such as viral infections, smoking, inhaling metal dust, wood dust, agricultural products and dangerous chemicals substances.
How do I look after my lungs and slow down the scaring?
As I mentioned above I have turned to holistic healing. Because there’s no one size fit all treatment for Scleroderma patients. Everyone is different and our body reacts differently to the same food and medicine.
Diet. I believe through my diet interventions, I am able to control most of the symptoms caused by scleroderma. As a result, it reduces inflammation in the body including lungs and other internal illnesses such as irritable bowel syndrome, reflux, brain fog, muscle pains, and arthritis. Diet is the first and most important element in healing my body, especially my lung.
Exercise. It helps to stabilize my lung capacity. Exercise such as yoga focuses on breathing and stretching improves body movements, joint stiffness and ability to breathe much comfortably during daily activities.
I am still working on how to increase my lung capacity through singing which I would like to share with you in the near future.
Music. It has positive impact mainly on my mental and emotional health. Music lifts my mood and stimulates me to sing along and dance any time of the day. I also believe it helps with my breathing, especially the slow melodies music and songs.
Meditation. I include meditation in my daily routines. Meditating 5 to 10 minutes daily has great benefits on the body and mind. I feel the sense of calmness and it provides me peaceful time to be present within myself. The prayers I am chanting every day is also helps with my breathing and lung condition.
It’s scientifically proven that chanting particular Hindu words has healing power on human body and mind.
I believe holistic healing is the most effective method to treat chronic illnesses as it has proven to me time and time again in my experiments and experiences that it works instantly and in the long run.
I am focusing on healing my body naturally, using science and modern technologies to determine of where my health is at. I need to be mindful, thoroughly understand my body and health condition so I am able make the healing methods that are suitable for my body and conditions.
Finally! I got to really pen down my lessons, experiences and knowledges about myself and my relationship withfood!!!
After 6 years of procrastinating, 6 years of living with massive pains every single day and heavily medicated. I am now putting everything behind and move forward.I am now a better me. A bit broken but better.
Now, I decided to blog and document my heart out! Because I am hopeful and wish to get messages across. I am hopeful that one day in near future we all will live painless life regardless what your illness is!
When I talk about FOOD, I meant the organic food that helps me heal and lead me on the road of recovery from serious illness. The illness that no human should endure. I am talking aboutSCLERODERMA!!! In my case it becomes even more complex. It’sSYSTEMATIC SCLERODERMA. It takes me forever to learn to say the word. It attacks the whole system inside out. There’sno cure for it.However, I am not a unique case. There are many hundred thousands of us worldwide. But if compares to the world’s population we are relatively very small. Sclerodermais a complex disease, once you get it your life becomes complicated too. I completely felt alone at the first few years of diagnose because whatever I tell to people around me, it puzzles their faces.
What do you do to survive when there’s no cure to your illness and you want to live a quality life?
There are two things you can do yourself a tremendous favor.Oneis to completelyCLEANSEyourself. You need to change your lifestyle, starting from the food you consume to the environment you are in.Twois stay happy but resilient. There’s no benefit of being sad and stressed because it makes your health spiral and worst. I’ve been there believe me!
Once you starts practicing those two advices you are on your road to recovery and live a quality life withSCLERODERMAand with other illnesses such as diabetes, lupus, arthritis or any inflammatory illnesses.
Stay tuned!!! More positivity is heading your way. As I promise, I will keep doing researches and keep you posted.
Don’t you wish you were like succulents 🌱🌱🌱 They are more adaptable and can survive in tough environment and thrive on so little!!!
I believe we are similar. We can also be adaptable and equally as tough as succulents, or maybe like our ancestors, cavemen!
Given the reality of our changing environment, one would assume that our bodies, our genes, could also change so quickly. Unfortunately, this is not the case. We certainly can’t cope with the rapid environmental changes. That’s why the number of people with chronic illnesses has rapidly increased every year!
What can we do about it???
I believe, the best way for us to live in harmony with the changing environment and save ourselves from being chronically ill, is to change our ways of thinking, doing and living…Although we are surrounded by 5G network, pollution, chemicals in our food, clothing, air, daily products, we can still somewhat protect ourselves and go back to the basics. A lifestyle complete with the basic foods, drink, clothing, makeup, etc can have the power to restart the immune system…after all we are the most intelligent creatures on this planet, we have the ability to create and innovate what benefits us. We can start to do somethings to protect our next generation.
Ironically, going back to basic isn’t easy as it sounds, because we have become so sophisticated and digitally driven society, we had come so far away from our roots. Hence, we do need disciplines and guidances to do the basics, which is not so basic for many people anymore.
But…here’s what COVID-19 event has taught us! We don’t really need fancy cars, offices, clothing, jewelries, expensive boots, etc. This life event has taught us, we can live with bare minimum.
So, what is the next chapter of humankind?
Can live, survive and thrive like succulents?
Can you imagine yourself eating fruits and vegetables right off trees like our ancestors did? Or wearing cotton clothing, walking barefoot without the sting of judgement, but still having access to digital screens whenever you needed them? I mean – I don’t want to take away everything modern but adjust to our best abilities to live and thrive as human being.
Can you imagine the possibility of living in such a carefree society without ticket fines when you illegally park, instead you are sent off to grow fruits and vegetables and look after animals for your misconduct? Wouldn’t that be fun and perhaps increase productivity and reducing cost we spent on mental health? This is a thought for those who are actively working to form, create rules and manage our societies as well as individuals – Why??? In According to Mental Health Services in Australia, in 2017-2018 alone, AU$9 billion dollars was spent on mental health and in 2018-2019 4.3 million people received mental health-related prescriptions!!! After looking at these numbers, one can’t help but think. What’s wrong with our society? Why are we so depressed? Is it the food we eat and water we drink, the boxes that we needed to be fit in, or our way of life that has driven us deeper and deeper into the black hole?
Somethings need to change for better…don’t you think so?
We need to foster the humanity in humankind before it’s too late, and we are at the point of no return. We need more carers, healers, and motivators than we do profit makers. After all, you will not have any profits if people don’t exist – Just food for thought 😉
If the society doesn’t change, we don’t change, our next generation is going to suffer. In fact, they are suffering right now! and it’s going to get worse.
As parents and leaders, we need to guide and lead by examples, and bring positive changes. Our consumption habits today will influence our children’s consumption habits and health in the future, and in a very big way…
1. Mix baking soda with 500ml of filtered water and set aside
2. Wash, cut and skin Aloe Vera leaf and keep only Aloe Vera gel (see video link at the end)
3. Cut Aloe Vera gel into cubes of your preferred size then soak them in soda water.
4. Pour 3 cups of water into a pot, add pinch of salt and boil on high heat
5. Strain/rinse Aloe Vera cubes from water then pour them onto boiling salt water. Then cook for them about 5-10 minutes or till water turn into pink color.
6. Turn off the heat then add sugar and leave it to cool down to room temperature.
7. Separate Aleo Vera gel from water. Refrigerate water for drink later.
8. Add 3 tbsp of Aloe Vera gel into a desert serving bowl, add 3 tbsp of soaked chia seeds, 3 tbsp of coconut milk. Decorate with dried marigold and serve at room temperature or add a bit of crushed ice is good
💚 Mix all dry ingredients together well and set aside;
💚 Mix ghee/butter with vanilla extract and warm water;
💚 Add mixed wet ingredients onto dry ingredients and mix them together well.
💚 The cupcake solution should be a bit runny and smooth.
💚 Pour cupcake solution onto cupcake cup or bowl. Then cook in microwave for two minutes. If you decided to divide the solution to make two cups (see photo), I suggest only 1 minute for each cup, and cook one cup at a time for the best result.
You can serve the cupcake with any topping you prefer. I like to serve mine with creamy coconut yogurt and raspberry jam 😋.