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Para crear un lugar en el cual las personas puedan ir a recuperar su salud física, mental y espiritual se necesitan; tiempo, trabajo, recursos, dedicación y esfuerzo. Nosotros con la sola ayuda de Yehovah Dios y nuestro Salvador Yeshua; estamos edificando ese lugar donde estará Casa de Sanidad de las Naciones. Los pacientes que atendemos en la modalidad telehealth (remota), son los que con sus pagos por servicios recibidos están contribuyendo a hacer realidad este proyecto. Bendiciones para ellos y para los que vendrán a ser parte de nosotros.

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Changes in the nutrition and chronic diseases
The present is a paperwork created with the intention of illustrate students and scholars about closed relationship between changes in eating habits and merge of chronic diseases in migrating population.
This paperwork was prepared to be discussed in Nutrition Faculty of American College of Health Sciences (ACHS) for Dr. Adolfo Suarez MD

Abstract
Currently, chronic diseases constitute a real public health problem that affects more than two thirds of the elderly population and one third or more of adults between 35 and 55 years of age in developing countries. Among the migrant settlers, those who come from less developed countries, this problem is still of greater impact, since the abrupt change of eating habits are more evident since when accessing a greater variety of hyper protein foods, junk food, and loaded with saturated fats and / or sugar, the early development of diseases such as diabetes and cardiovascular disease becomes more noticeable. These variables are added to the lack of health education, access to health services and the same disinterest that migrant populations have in taking care of their health.
This populations often live on the lowest thresholds of poverty, and mix with the most marginalized native population and as is normal, copy their lifestyles, their habits of hygiene and with it their own dietary habits; Hence they tend to manifest in them the same health conditions, with the exception that their adaptation to these nutritional changes is more impactful in the negative aspect, than in native individuals, already accustomed to this type of diet.
The negative impact that change in eating habits have over migrant population more specifically first-generation immigrant, is truly devastating, obesity, CVD, Diabetes, Cancer, Arthritis and others degenerative diseases as multiple sclerosis increasing every day more statistical reports.



Introduction
It is more than demonstrated that there is a close link between food and health and that the cultivation of habits of healthy food intake consistently leads to an optimum or acceptable state of health; In contrast, the intake of foods considered unhealthy leads to the manifestation of a state of health that can be considered poor or deficient.
But what happens when a person moves to live from his native country, poor and underdeveloped, in which the availability of food is small, however, despite being small, healthy, to another developed in which the availability of food is much greater, however, among that great variety, the cheapest access is to those groups of food and drinks unhealthier?
How could the health of this person be impacted? This change in diet may promote the early appearance of some type of noncommunicable chronic disease, such as diabetes and cancer. This study will seek to establish a link between changes in diet and chronic diseases.
Although there are no studies that touch this topic directly; Its refer to changes in diet and the emergence or inflow of chronic noncommunicable diseases among migrant groups, however, there are hundreds who establish this close link between these changes and the quasi-epidemic proliferation of these diseases among the population of developed countries and in development, so that we can randomly establish how these variables affect migrants by becoming part of the general population of these countries.

Results
Chronic diseases are related to food.
According to the American dietary guidelines proposed for the five-year period 2015-2020, by the Health and Human Services Department (HHS) and the Department of Agriculture of the United States a substantive reduction of sugars and saturated fats in the diet of the Americans is necessary to significantly reduce the risk of occurrence of noncommunicable chronic disease.
The most recent guide published in 2015, analyzes the relationship between eating habits and the appearance of chronic diseases. The results or conclusions of these analyzes establish that individuals will have to make urgent changes in the selection of their food and beverages, if they want to escape from suffering some type of chronic disease in the ensuing years.
Dr. Miguel Martinez Olmos, prominent member of the Management Committee of the Nutrition Area of SEEN, explained the following: "There is increasing evidence of the relationship between eating patterns and the risk of chronic diseases". (Vicco, 2017)


Limit added sugars and saturated fats.
The SEEN also highlights that the 2015 Guidelines recommend consuming less than 10% of calories from added sugars and a maximum of 10% from saturated fats. They also state that there is strong evidence that diets with less meat are associated with a lower risk of heart disease and stroke. "There is moderate evidence that eating patterns are associated with a lower risk of obesity, type 2 diabetes and some types of cancer," adds Dr. Martínez Olmos.
According to these Guidelines, the consumption of fruits, vegetables and vegetables is reinforced, the consumption of eggs as a source of protein is revalued, and meat products in general lose positions. (Idem).
Migration, mortality and fertility constitute the basic processes that determine the structure and population dynamics. Of this triad, migration is the less studied component in relation to health. Most of the research on health and migration is concentrate in the study of some pathological problem of the migrants There are few studies that transcend this approach and that cover other substantive aspects of the problem, com ~ the population ratio migrant -health services the epidemiological profile of migrants or the change in conceptions and perceptions of the associated health phenomena to the migration process. This article is a review and reflection on the complexities of the migration-health relationship, as well as an attempt to highlight the promising nature of a line of research that combines theoretical wealth with the potential to meet the needs of a priority social group. (Frenk J. Garnica ME, Zamhrana M, Bronfman M, Bobadilla JL. Migración y salud: notas sobre un campo interdisciplinario de investigación. Salud Pública Méx 1987; 29: 276-287).
The studies presented bellow demonstrated real evidence of close link between the diet that migrants people adopted in developed countries, which they migrated, and clinical manifestation of chronic diseases, diabetes, arthritis, cancer, CVD, etc. That is deductible because its compare the incidence of these diseases among native population, is sure, that a people who come from other countries, with other culture and others culinary habits is at risk than native population or maybe more because other socials and environmental factors that resulting negatives as by example Laboral stress or poor access at medical health system.



Discussion
The relationship between dietary changes and chronic disease, according to the studies or articles reviewed, is clearly established, although the caveat is made that, in relation to the manifestation or influence of these diseases among the migratory groups, this is little documented, but, the existence of little research in this regard, offers sufficient evidence that populations that for various reasons are forced to move from their countries of origin to other latitudes are more susceptible to the development of chronic diseases, than the general population, because they are in great disadvantages and subjected to a higher level of stress.
Observation in animal world can be extrapolated to human population; when animals was translated from their natural environment to living in other environment totally different at this in which they born and raising; adaptation process some time result fatal to them and many of those animals perishing jailed and others developing aggressive behavior or become infertile being impossible reproduction in captivity. Something similar occurred in the century XIX, when Skimo, the native inhabitants of Alaska were moved from Alaska to Middle-west of United States to work as worker in in rail line construction (Trans-pacific rail line) and major part of them dead affected for diseases, mal-nutrition, and Laboral stress.

The problem of obesity
The increase in the rates of overweight and obesity in the population is considered a very important public health problem. Currently, it can be said that in the world there are about 1,600 million adults with overweight, of which 400 million are clinically obese. This phenomenon occurs in both developed and underdeveloped countries. It is worrying to record the high incidence of obesity in children, since 20 million children under five are overweight.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has estimated that, by the year 2015, approximately 2.3 billion adults will be overweight and 700 million will be obese 6, 7. The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) mentions that, at least, in 13 countries belonging to this organization, half of the adult population is overweight or with clinical obesity. In some countries, such as Japan, Korea, France and Switzerland, these rates are lower, although lately they have increased. (Savino, Patricia. (2011), Obesidad y enfermedades relacionadas), Rev Colomb Cir. 2011;26:180-195.
Obesity is considered itself as precondition to diverse chronic diseases and is the first stage on relation to these diseases’ manifestation. Is well know that by example Diabetes is closely linked to obesity, in equal form CVD, chronic fatigue, Breast Cancer, and arthritis. If we observed among adolescents, the obesity is now a real epidemy and higher rate of juvenile diabetes among this population group in United States and Mexico is truly alarming. (Vidal, Puig, 2017)



Conclusions
Briefly and concisely, it can be concluded that according to the research carried out through the review of the existing literature, the real link of changes in eating habits, specifically in the selection of food is undeniable, and whether they are selected healthy or unhealthy foods, the possibility of suffering from one of these noncommunicable chronic conditions (cancer, diabetes, arthritis, etc.), will depend to a great extent on the selection made.
-People who migrate from one country or region to another are susceptible to developing chronic diseases because of the bad eating habits acquired, mostly due to lack of education in that regard.
-Obesity due to the indiscriminate consumption of fatty foods, junk foods and sugars and carbohydrates is the gateway to the development of other conditions such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and cancer.
-Higher consuming of junk food in, which is rich in carbohydrates, sugar, and poly-saturated fats is a risk factor that inside in manifestation of CVD, Diabetes, cancer and other chronic diseases, and migrants’ people usually acquiring unhealthy habits imitating native population.
-Other variable that inside is the language barrier that impaired migrant’s people proper communication with native population and in consequence access to health care providers or health care system become in extreme difficult, when not impossible, being more vulnerable and making impossible early diagnose and management of any of diseases or healthy issues.



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[09/12/21]   Dejemos que nuestros Ninos sean Ninos.

Nací y crecí en las zonas rurales de mi amado país de origen Republica Dominicana, tuve la dicha de tener padres amorosos, rectos, e intelectualmente cultos y avanzados para su edad. Ellos me dieron, de acuerdo a sus conocimientos y las circunstancias de la época, la formación en valores, que ellos a su vez recibieron de los suyos, y en la medida de lo posible me proveyeron todo lo necesario para crecer física y emocionalmente sano.
crecí sin carencias materiales, ya que, en el ambiente rural y campesino, las necesidades en ese sentido son diferentes a las de los infantes citadinos. Y fue allí junto al verde cañaveral, donde mis padres me criaron y fue allí, junto a mis hermanos, fui un niño.
Para serlo solo me basto la libertad para serlo que mis padres en su rectitud me proveyeron. Me dejaron correr descalzo, embarrarme de fango, chapotear bajo la lluvia, perseguir mariposas y libélulas, cazar pájaros con una “tira piedras” o resortera, pescar en los ríos y arroyos, marotear, mangos, guayabas, cajuiles, y cuanta fruta silvestre se encontraba.
Me dejaron montar a caballo, nadar en los ríos, hacer chichiguas, jugar a la pelota en plena calle, jugar al topao, la mangulina, y dar rienda a mi imaginación al permitirme hacer figuras de barro, y hacer diques de este material para bloquear las aguas de las zanjas. Me dejaron también hacer barcos y aviones de papel, carritos de ruedas de javilla, y usar un palo de escoba como caballo y montado en el correr por las sabanas y caminos.
Yo fui un niño que creció libre, pero, sujeto a las reglas del hogar donde aprendí valores y fundamentos que hoy han hecho de mi lo que soy. Como niño aprendí a respetar a mis mayores y a todos los ancianos. También aprendí el respeto a Dios y a la familia, así como a respetar a mis maestros, aunque estos por travieso, me pusieron orejón más de una vez.
Pero, hoy las cosas han cambiado para mal. No dejamos a nuestros niños ser niños, sino, una especie pequeñas mascotas a quienes les imponemos nuestros estilos de vidas, vistiendo a las hembritas como si fueran adultas, llegando en algunos casos, a vestirlas como meretrices en miniatura. A los varoncitos les vestimos como adultos también, con cortes de pelos estrafalarios y les compramos todos los videojuegos violentos que el mercado saca a la venta.
Les compramos celulares y teléfonos inteligentes, dejándolos “libres”, para que sus pequeñas y tiernas mentes sean moldeadas a imagen y semejanza de “youtuberos, influencers, reguetoneros y demboseros, la mayoría de los cuales, son analfabetas funcionales, sin más nivel académico que la formación del barrio marginal, con un lenguaje soez cargado de malas palabras y vocablos inteligibles usados en sus “canciones”, que incitan al crimen, la sexualidad irresponsable, el uso de dr**as, en fin a la llamada “rebeldía sin causa”.

Otros les imponemos a nuestros niños regímenes de estudios, con horarios tan cargados, que estos apenas tienen tiempo para respirar, lo que hace que en lugar de amar la escuela desarrollan animadversión contra la escuela.
La realidad es que los padres de hoy somos esclavos del sistema y la sociedad de consumo, lo que impide que, como tales, podamos dejar a nuestros niños ser niños. Las presiones laborales y de la vida en las ciudades, las imposiciones de los estados, para que la gente en vida productiva se dedique a trabajar para el sostén de sus aparatos burocráticos, impones que, desde los tres años, los niños deban pasar al cuidado de personas extrañas que los van formando a imagen y semejanza de los que ellos son, una formación, que es generalmente es contraria a nuestros valores y principios. Nuestros infantes pasan 40 o mas horas semanales en manos de sus cuidadores, y los fines de semana, en lugar de recibir nuestros cuidados, los dejamos a merced de los youtubers e influencers. Porque nosotros, estamos muy cansados del trabajo, y nuestro tiempo libre necesitamos tener “vida social”.
Nuestros niños de son animalitos enjaulados en una jungla moderna de información malsana, mercantilismo, y antivalores.
¡Aún estamos a tiempo! Dejemos a nuestros Ninos ser Ninos.
Galeno Labrador.

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