We discuss how:
- papaya is one of the absolute best foods that you can eat if you’ve got inflammatory arthritis
- papaya contains papain which is an enzyme that breaks down proteins
- breaking down of proteins gives less immuno-reactivity to the foods that we eat
Good day, it’s Clint here and it’s seven o’clock in the morning here in the Paddison household.
And here are the kids we are going through our morning ritual which is preparing our breakfast. And what I wanted to bring to your attention is our morning intake of papaya.
So papaya is one of the absolute best foods that you can eat if you’ve got inflammatory arthritis. So it contains papain which is an enzyme that breaks down proteins and proteins are always the problem with regards to the immune system reactivity so the body’s immune system with inflammatory arthritis is reacting to proteins entering the blood that cross the gut barrier in the bloodstream. So if we’re able to break down our proteins better into amino acids then we have far less immune-reactivity to the foods that we eat.
So if we have papaya before we have our foods as a almost a pilot food or a free food then it massively helps to assist with the digestion of the proteins and it’s also delicious.
So look at my kids and hard into the papaya right now. So what we normally do is put some on a plate after we deseed it which only takes a few minutes. And in fact the kids love it. And then we followed that up with our oatmeal.
So this is a huge tip. If you have inflammatory arthritis very very helpful if you want to do an experiment have half a papaya which looks like this, have half a papaya before your three meals each day for two weeks. And tell me that that doesn’t reduce your inflammatory arthritis. It’s almost guaranteed.
So I hope you enjoy that and that happy healing and I gotta get back to having fun and getting into these papayas. Alright, have a wonderful day!