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Payapa Trading System – Modified Ali’s Version

Payapa trading system is not known widely in the Forex world and it can be Very Profitable

Best trading time frames are M15 and H1

i have modified the original system to be more simple to trade and believe me it’s extremely simple.

i will attach the Templates and the indicators used
i will also attach the modification of Fibonacci to be used as SL and Profit Targets
this system should get you 3 RR Trades which is high in regards to other systems

There is 2 types of entries on this system one conservative and non conservative
Conservative:
Price should be at green support or red resistance on the indicator
candle should close above or below the MA

Non Conservative:
Price should be Between 70 & 90 or 30 & 10 on the indicator
candle should close above or below the MA

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Profit Target should be set to Tp 3 using the Fibo indicator using the attached settings «ALWAYS A GOOD IDEA TO MOVE SL TO ENTRY AFTER PRICE REACHES TP1»

Best to stick to London and NY Session

KINDLY READ AND REVIEW AND LET’S ALL BE ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THIS MARKET

Planning later for any good coders to provide a panel to get notifications when all setting align together so we get the signal on time and not stay on the PC all day all night

Update 11.5.2020
I have deleted the indicator of kayak which many people complained that it is repainting
small adjustments in the Moving averages to get better entry which will use now 21 EMA Median

Updated TPL attached

Also added 21 EMA to the Lower indicator which should lead the herd before entry
Updates Post #58

Update 11.5.2020 #2
Added TDI Indicator which is well know to filter out trades
update in post #61

Update 12.5.2020
Trade within trend or range with the use of TDI indicator checking daily chart
update post #109

Update 18.5.2020
the use of higher time frame RSI indicator to determin trend
attached on this post + adjusted TPL
Post #255

Update 22.5.2020
the use of TUX Trend Indicator which is attached in post #414
Great added tool to determine the trend and takes trades as pullbacks of bigger trends

Update 1.6.2020
TUX_Trend_Indicator v1.0_beta4 . update
can be downloaded in the attached indicators

Update 5.6.2020
TUX_AutoFibo v1.1 . update
On post # 544

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What’s Behind the Gluten-Free Trend?

Sept. 16, 2020 — Not that many years ago, the letters «GF» on a restaurant menu would likely have puzzled many people. No longer.

These days, a gluten-free lifestyle has become one of the most popular diet trends in the U.S. One in five people now reduce or eliminate gluten, a protein found in wheat, barley or rye, in their diet, according to a 2020 Gallup poll.

Avoiding gluten is crucial for people with celiac disease. That’s because in them, gluten damages the small intestine and nutrients can’t be absorbed. Its symptoms include diarrhea, constipation, bloating, and pain.

But only about 1% of the population has celiac disease, and that number hasn’t changed in recent years, says Hyun-seok Kim, MD, a doctor at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School in Newark. In a study released earlier this month, he looked at a national survey taken from 2009 to 2020. Although celiac disease numbers remained stable during that time, the number of people following a gluten-free diet tripled, from 0.5% of the population to nearly 2%.

The study’s researchers say that some who follow a gluten-free diet without a diagnosis of celiac disease may have non-celiac gluten sensitivity. People with non-celiac gluten sensitivity have similar symptoms but don’t have celiac disease. People with a wheat allergy may also follow the diet to prevent an allergic reaction.

But do others need to go gluten-free?

Who Is Going Gluten-Free, and Why?

Nearly 100 million Americans say they ate gluten-free products in 2020, says William F. Balistreri, MD, a doctor at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. Americans spent an estimated $4 billion on gluten-free products in 2020, he says.

Kim’s research has found that women are more likely than men to avoid gluten, and the diet is more popular among 20- to 39-year-olds. It’s also popular among world-class athletes. In another survey, 41% of 910 world-class athletes and Olympic medalists said they followed a gluten-free diet at least half the time, and most had self-diagnosed their gluten sensitivity. Among the many stars reportedly going gluten-free are Gwyneth Paltrow, Russell Crowe, and Kim Kardashian.

Continued

«It’s a trendy diet,» says Peter H.R. Green, MD, director of the Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University, who wrote a book on gluten. «People want quick fixes, and diets are frequently used as a quick fix for issues.»

Many health care professionals such as dietitians and psychiatrists promote the diet to people without diagnosed celiac disease, Green says. He says that an executive, who did not have celiac disease, told him his life coach recommended going gluten-free. He suspects that the association with celiac disease gives the gluten-free diet a medical legitimacy, so health care professionals may feel it’s responsible to recommend it.

Who Really Needs Gluten-Free and Does It Help?

If you have celiac disease, a gluten-free diet can provide relief from bloating and intestinal problems, Kim says. Although people who self-diagnose their gluten sensitivity report the same relief from symptoms, Kim says more research is needed. In one study, Balistreri notes, people with diarrhea-predominant irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) reported a gluten-free diet helped their symptoms, although more research is needed.

People have also reported that they lost weight after avoiding gluten, according to a commentary accompanying Kim’s study. But the Celiac Disease Foundation says gluten-free diets may actually result in weight gain. In people with celiac disease, more nutrients are absorbed into the body as the intestines heal on a gluten-free diet, and gluten-free foods may also be higher in sugar and fat.

But Alessio Fasano, MD, director of the Center for Celiac Research and Treatment at Massachusetts General Hospital, says, »Everybody affected by a gluten-related disorder, including people with celiac disease, wheat allergy, and non-celiac gluten sensitivity, should embrace a gluten-free diet.»

Although not all health care professionals agree, Fasano says that gluten sensitivity is definitely real: «The debate is, what it is and how many are affected by it.”

Some experts say that the sensitivity to the gluten in wheat might not be the whole story. Wheat contains both gluten and poorly absorbed carbohydrates that can make you gassy. Limiting these carbohydrates has helped those with irritable bowel syndrome. This involves cutting out wheat, rye, lactose, fructose, apples, and other gassy fruits. Other research has also found that those with self-reported non-celiac gluten sensitivity improved on a gluten-free diet but improved even more when these carbohydrates were cut out, Balistreri says.

People who cut out gluten may also simply be eating healthier, others suggest. Many highly-processed foods contain gluten, and eliminating them may help people feel better.

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Gluten-Free: The Downsides

While the gluten-free diet »is lifesaving for those with celiac,» Green says, for those without medical indications, »we don’t think a gluten-free diet is a very healthy diet. . It’s low in fiber and often enriched in fat and calories.»

It also puts people at risk of nutritional deficiencies, Green says. «Wheat flour is fortified. They add folic acid, [other] B vitamins, and iron. Rice flour, a mainstay of gluten-free foods, is not. We have seen people with vitamin B deficiency.» B vitamins help convert food into fuel, help repair cells, and have other important roles. Gluten-free diets are not always easy to follow, Green says. The products are typically more expensive than products that contain gluten.

Also, parents should not place children on a gluten-free diet without a medical reason, Fasano says.

«If the kid does not have celiac disease or allergy [to wheat], there is no reason to go on a gluten-free diet,» he says. People who go on a gluten-free diet without a medical need often think they are choosing a healthy lifestyle, but they may be harming their health, Green says.

In an op-ed piece he co-wrote for the Los Angeles Times, he writes: «What gluten-free faddists don’t seem to realize is that in excluding gluten, they’re also excluding a host of nutrients that keep them out of the doctor’s office, not in it.»

Sources

JAMA Internal Medicine, published online Sept. 6, 2020.

Alessio Fasano, MD, director, Center for Celiac Research and Treatment, Massachusetts General Hospital.

Hyun-seok Kim, MD, internal medicine resident, Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, Newark.

Peter H.R. Green, MD, director, Celiac Disease Center, Columbia University, New York.

William Balistreri, MD, gastroenterologist, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital.

Medscape: «Should We All Go Gluten-Free?»В Feb. 4, 2020.

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