Baker, doctor, pharmacist

Baker, doctor, pharmacist

Baker, doctor, pharmacist or waiter…


Good emotions – a good life!

Food is one of the things that significantly affect your mood and emotions.

Food makes you beautiful and healthy. However, sometimes food makes you sick… read more about it:
Baker, doctor, pharmacist

If you eat most of your meals in bakeries, every day, then you will surely need a doctor soon (because you will develop allergies, hormonal imbalances, body aches…), and in the end, you will pay for it at the pharmacy, probably more than you should, because no one will likely trace your problems (which originate from artificial bread, loaded with preservatives, additives, gluten), but you will receive various prescriptions, vitamins, teas, medicines (for bloating, fatigue, allergies, dermatitis…).


The health of the digestive system is the most important precondition for the health of the entire body.

A healthy digestive system includes:

A healthy oral cavity (healthy teeth, a clean tongue, healthy mucosa)

A healthy esophagus (unobstructed swallowing, absence of hiatal hernia and reflux of stomach contents into the esophagus)

A healthy stomach (strong stomach acid and a sufficient amount of enzymes)

A healthy small intestine (intact intestinal mucosa capable of distinguishing harmful from beneficial substances, a sufficient number of “good” bacteria, an adequate amount of enzymes)

A healthy large intestine (intact intestinal mucosa capable of reabsorbing water and regular and complete bowel movements)


What can harm healthy digestion and, therefore, the health of the whole body:

Unhealthy teeth and an increased number of harmful bacteria in the mouth

Insufficient chewing of food (undigested food enters the stomach and already burdens it)

Insufficient raw food in the daily diet (which means insufficient intake of enzymes)

Inadequate water intake (inability to carry out vital processes)

Too much processed food (all processed industrial food)

Unstable emotional states and stress (disrupted hormonal system)


The intake of too much processed food is one of the significant problems of modern life.

One of the most commonly consumed processed foods is bakery bread.


Bakery bread

Mostly contains dwarf wheat Triticum aestivum, which is genetically modified and has large amounts of starch (amylopectin) and gluten. Starch is quickly broken down into glucose in the body, raising blood sugar levels, activating insulin, and activating mechanisms to store excess glucose in the liver, fat tissue, and muscles. With such frequent consumption, there are constant variations in blood sugar levels, which can result in mood swings. Over time, there can be insulin resistance, which in some women can result in Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (because the hormonal system is interconnected!), leading to the accumulation of fat in the abdomen and thighs and an overload of the liver. Gluten is a protein found in wheat, rye, barley, and oats. Once the body is sensitized to gluten (usually after frequent, long-term consumption of gluten-containing foods – until one moment), there is also the possibility of sensitivity to other proteins similar to gluten, which are also found in oats, millet, corn, rice, peas, lentils, soy, amaranth, quinoa, and buckwheat.


Therefore, anyone with a serious health problem, in addition to eliminating gluten from their diet, should also eliminate all the foods listed above.


What to eat? Very simple: quality water (never from plastic bottles!), vegetables (seasonal), fruits (seasonal), fresh fish, meat (from a known organic source). In addition, a smaller amount of eggs, fresh cheeses, fermented foods (kefir, sauerkraut), quality plant and animal oils.

Apart from gluten, bakery bread problems include artificial colors and flavors, opiates from wheat (wheat protein that breaks down into polypeptides, called exorphins, in the digestive system – they cross the blood-brain barrier and act on the brain like opiates, creating addiction).

This genetically modified wheat lacks vitamins A, D, C, B12. Through processing, it has lost most of its calcium but has a lot of phosphorus (not good for bone growth and bone remodeling), and the omega 3:6 ratio is reduced in favor of omega 6, which causes inflammation. It is a poor source of essential (essential) amino acids and contains phytic acid that binds to minerals like magnesium, iron, copper, zinc (so no matter how many minerals you consume in your diet, it’s never enough because they cannot be utilized).



Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis

It is a chronic autoimmune inflammation of the thyroid gland with lymphocyte infiltration (a type of white blood cell). Symptoms that appear are symptoms of hypothyroidism, i.e., reduced thyroid function. The diagnosis is made after determining an increased titer of antibodies (anti-TPO and anti-TG). It is most commonly treated with thyroid hormone replacement therapy.

Hashimoto’s is the most common cause of reduced thyroid function. It is often associated with other hormonal disorders, such as Addison’s disease (reduced cortisol secretion, which can occur after prolonged periods of stress with increased cortisol secretion), vitiligo (skin depigmentation), rheumatoid arthritis, systemic lupus erythematosus, type 1 diabetes, reduced parathyroid gland function (which controls calcium and phosphorus levels in the body).

Most people manifest symptoms of reduced thyroid function (fatigue, hair loss, dry skin, weight gain), but some have symptoms of increased thyroid function (nervousness, sweating, hyperactivity, bulging eyes).

It is believed that one of the causes of this unpleasant disease is sensitivity to gluten. By eliminating gluten from the diet, along with other health measures, the symptoms of the disease can disappear.


Rheumatoid Arthritis

It is a chronic autoimmune disease that primarily affects the symmetrical joints, most commonly the joints in the hands.

The most common therapy is non-steroidal anti-rheumatic drugs that reduce inflammation.

However, measures should be taken to prevent inflammation.

Criteria for diagnosis include morning stiffness of the joints lasting more than 1 hour, arthritis in more than 3 joints, arthritis in the hands, symmetric arthritis, and specific laboratory and radiological findings.

A gluten-free diet, healthy nutrition, regular detoxification, and adequate exercise can solve this problem.



It is an inflammatory skin disease caused by excessive activity of immune cells (IgE, non-IgE). It mainly occurs in urban environments. It is an indicator of toxicity and inflammation in the body. The problem can be solved by eliminating gluten from the diet, taking higher amounts of healthy fats, supplementing zinc, and vitamin A. Since the skin is an emotional organ, it is necessary to reduce stress with techniques that balance cortisol secretion.

The above-mentioned diseases, as well as many other problems (fatigue, mental fog, hormonal imbalances), can be partially and possibly completely resolved by eliminating gluten from the diet and having balanced meals to stabilize hormones.

Today’s genetically modified wheat disrupts the health of the entire digestive system, causing inflammation in the intestines, which then cannot absorb nutrients from food. As a result, we have people who overeat but are malnourished. The problem of today’s modern world is not over-nutrition but under-nutrition.

Remember what the famous tennis player Novak Djokovic would say, and he succeeded!

How much water have I consumed?

Under how much stress am I?

And most importantly: What am I eating?


Our everyday bread can be a source of illness if it is made from poor-quality flour and loaded with additives.

Daily consumption of such bread leads to hormonal imbalances, with one of the most common being thyroid dysfunction.

So, in the end, our thyroid gland no longer protects us.

How to restore thyroid health?

You can find out at the retreat in Primosten from June 24th to 26th:

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    Meri Bura, MD
    Meri Bura, MD

    Intoxication, obesity, Thyroid problems, fatigue - require healing for both, souls and bodies. Body healing begins with a change in diet. The soul is healed with professional support and investment in knowledge. "Life is too long to be sick and too short to take too long."

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