Narcotics and Honey
Nature is arranged in such a way that every living organism has an energy reserve intended for emergency situations when a sudden need for a large amount of energy arises. This need could be due to an external factor, such as needing to flee from danger, or an internal one – such as an illness (a detoxification process). Both illegal substances (marijuana, hashish, etc.) and legal substances that can cause addiction and habituation, such as alcohol, nicotine, coffee, energy drinks, and other caffeine-containing products, and even chocolate and sweetened drinks for children, all produce a narcotic effect. These substances work by tapping into the body's inviolable energy reserves, opening free access to them, thereby creating the illusion of a surge in strength. Similarly to money, when you spend saved reserves and then, when you really need them, they are not there.

The organism then tries to replenish the spent energy, but it is not a pleasant process: hangovers, sleepiness, depressive mood, weakness, etc. Honey is an exception because it truly provides energy and nothing needs to be returned, moreover, it does not produce waste, thus it does not pollute the organism.


Carbonated Drinks
Consuming sweetened carbonated drinks and coffee slightly shifts the pH level in the blood towards the acidic side. It is only a slight shift, but enough to make oxygen less freely available. For cells, similar to fish in water, breathing becomes problematic.

Carbon dioxide added to water also acts as a preservative, extending the product's shelf life at the expense of reducing its biological activity. Such colored, sweetened, and acidified liquid is poorly suited for washing clothes. Is it wise to waste one's bodily resources acting as a biological filter for purifying such water?


Periodontitis and Stroke
In a study surveying 10,000 people who suffered from a stroke, it turned out that a third of them had periodontitis – chronic inflammation of the gums. Chronic inflammation in the mouth can become a distributor of toxins and microorganisms that attack brain tissue.


The external ear canal contains more than 200 sulfur glands, which secrete about 15g of sulfur per month, protecting the ear from fungi, viruses, and bacteria. Nature has also included a self-cleaning mechanism – the sulfur is pushed out through wave-like movements of the jaw muscles while chewing and talking.

Ears should not be cleaned with cotton swabs designed for removing cosmetics, as the sulfur is pushed deeper, and if the sulfur glands are overactive, sulfur plugs can form, weakening hearing. If the plugs have hardened, hydrogen peroxide can be periodically dripped into the ear until they dissolve. However, if there are suspicions of sulfur plugs, it is better to consult an otolaryngologist.

Tinnitus can have several causes: blood and lymph circulation disorders in the hearing organs and brain, which may be related to spasms of neck muscles, brain tumors, atherosclerotic changes in blood vessels, prolonged sitting in uncomfortable positions, lack of sleep, mental strain, sulfur plugs, household noise, psychosomatic disorders, electromagnetic radiation, arterial hypertension, auditory nerve pathologies, and medications.


The most common vision problems are myopia, hyperopia, and astigmatism, which are related to the malfunction of eye muscles and macular degeneration, all based on ischemia and vascular pathology. These problems can also occur simultaneously.

Glasses do not relax the eye muscles; they simply make a person see better. Wearing glasses creates dependency on them, so it is necessary to determine the reasons for the deterioration of vision, otherwise, it will worsen further. When in nature, it is important to look both near and far, continuously engaging the ciliary muscle of the eye, and, moreover, if consuming a balanced diet, good vision usually remains throughout life. Unfortunately, modern humans do everything contrary, hence vision suffers.

Vision deteriorates due to an excessive amount of sugar in the diet and its consequences: insulin resistance and increased blood sugar levels. Other contributing factors include lack of sleep, coffee, stress, household chemicals, televisions, computers, etc. The main means of improving vision are greens, blueberries, currants, cranberries, lingonberries, vitamins A and E, omega-3, egg yolks, bee pollen, zinc, and, of course, regular vision exercises.


It is commonly believed that cataracts are a problem of older age, but the trend shows that increasingly younger people are facing this disease.

The eye lens lacks blood vessels and has its local immune system. It consists of unique proteins and is transparent. Through the intermediary of the attached muscle, the eye lens changes shape, i.e., the focal distance. Cataracts form when the eye's transparent lens becomes cloudy, obstructing the entry of light into the eye. If nothing is done and this process progresses, it can lead to the loss of vision.

Cataracts form as a result of glycation, when a large amount of sugar binds with proteins and partially with fats. Sugar in the body promotes oxidation processes and acidosis, i.e., a more acidic internal environment. This is particularly relevant for those with insulin resistance and diabetes. Also, those who use steroids are at risk, as steroids increase blood sugar levels. Other contributing factors to the development of cataracts include stress, alcohol, smoking, household chemicals, harmful e-additives in products, etc.

The main preventive measures are a diet rich in antioxidants and intermittent fasting, as it helps to reduce blood sugar levels. It is especially recommended to use apple or various berry vinegars before eating, as they can reduce blood sugar levels by about 30-40% and slow down protein glycation.


Cell Regeneration
Red blood cells, erythrocytes, which supply blood to tissues and organs, live for 120 days; skin cells regenerate every 21 days; neutrophil leukocytes (perform non-specific immunity function and primarily phagocytize bacteria) every 7 days. The gastrointestinal mucosa regenerates every 5-7 days. Bone cells need a longer time – 5 years. Liver cells regenerate within 4 months.


Homocysteine does not enter the body through diet but is produced as a result of metabolism. Structurally, it is similar to methionine - an essential sulfur-containing amino acid, which is actually its metabolic product. Homocysteine levels in the blood should be between 4 and 14 µmol/L.

Elevated levels of homocysteine in the blood:

    increase the risk of various oncological diseases. In protein synthesis, methionine is often replaced by homocysteine, thereby promoting gene mutations and the formation of cancer cells,

    provoke the immune system to attack the body's own cells. Defective proteins are often not recognized by the immune system, increasing the risk of various autoimmune diseases (e.g., type 1 diabetes),

    damage the inner layer of blood vessels, the endothelium, and promote inflammation, but to prevent damage from spreading, fat deposits (cholesterol) accumulate on them, i.e., thrombi form, increasing the risk of stroke and heart attack,

    promote platelet aggregation, binding to collagen or fibrin (risk of thrombosis),

    increase the risk of Alzheimer's disease and dementia (senility),

    promote the development of depression and chronic fatigue syndrome,

    promote osteoporosis,

    increase the risk of pregnancy complications.

However, a lowered level of homocysteine also causes problems, as it is necessary for the synthesis of glutathione, the body's most important antioxidant. To reduce homocysteine levels, acetylcysteine and the amino acid taurine can be used.

If the body starts to lack methionine, it can be synthesized from homocysteine, provided that there is no deficiency of B vitamins (B2, B6, B9, and B12) in the body.

Lecithin reduces homocysteine levels by converting into choline, and choline into betaine, which, when added to homocysteine, turns back into methionine. This means that to prevent elevated levels of homocysteine in the blood, it is important for the body to always be supplied with B vitamins and lecithin.

Elevated levels of homocysteine can be caused by kidney function disorders (analyses of creatinine, GFR, electrolytes, and cysteine). Also, dysbiosis, increased intestinal permeability (leaky gut syndrome), and excessive bacterial growth syndrome in the intestines can be causes of elevated homocysteine levels.


The main factors contributing to infertility are inflammatory processes in the body and low metabolic potential of cells. The primary causes are sugar and its containing products, plant proteins lectins, for example, gluten, contained in cereals, especially wheat. Legumes and nightshade family plants also contain lectins. Animal-derived proteins are large molecular amino acid compounds, the most difficult to assimilate being casein, found in dairy products. If these products become staple foods for a person, precursors of autoimmune diseases emerge, leading to mitochondrial (cell "power stations") weakness. This results in a lack of energy, actively dividing embryo cells are not supplied with it, for example, women's oocytes lack the energy to divide, and men's sperm lack the energy for sufficient activity.

Medical manipulations sometimes manage to correct the situation, but there is a more effective option – a person needs to take a decisive step, reject thermally processed starches, trans fats, white bread and pastry products, sugar and its containing products, casein-containing dairy products, but butter can, even should be used. Of course, the universal solution remains in effect - adequate nutrition and parallel correction of missing minerals, vitamins, fatty acids with dietary supplements. The impact of household chemicals should not be forgotten either.


The appendix is a reservoir for good microflora to survive unfavorable periods. For example, during human evolution, there were periods of drought or winter when it was necessary to survive on meat, so the human body has adapted to survive for some time on atypical nutrition. If this period is prolonged, and the person consumes boiled, fried, stewed products, obstruction may occur, i.e., intestinal blockage with fecal stones, parasites, foreign bodies, fungal mycelium. As a result, pressure in the appendix increases, which interferes with venous blood outflow and can lead to swelling, ischemia, inflammation, and secondary infection. Complications such as peritonitis, sepsis, and bacteremia can develop.


One of the manifestations of metabolic disorders in the body is caries and other dental problems. Disruption of the balance of oral and intestinal microflora and mineral balance disorders in the body are the main causes of caries; deficiencies in vitamins K and D, as well as calcium, magnesium, silicon should not be allowed.

Saliva contains amylase, which only works in an alkaline environment. However, consuming sweets acidifies the environment because tooth enamel, consisting of alkaline minerals, is damaged by the acidic environment created by sugar and its containing products, as bacteria processing sugar produce acids.

Dental hygiene is of course necessary, but too frequent tooth brushing can weaken the enamel. Caries is caused by specific bacteria that produce acids. For mouth rinsing, water with added soda can be used. If a person does not eat sweets and does not have dental calculus, brushing teeth 2-3 times a day is not necessary.

Toothpaste should be chosen with as natural a composition as possible, without laurel sulfate, triclosan. It should not be overly abrasive. Avoid using toothpastes with fluoride, as it accumulates in bones and promotes oncological diseases. Teeth become brittle, and fillings do not adhere well. Added triclosan destroys both bad and good oral microflora. The bad quickly regenerates, but the good not so quickly.


About the Brain
The brain consumes 20% of the oxygen that enters the blood and 10W of energy, which is as much as a 10-watt electrical device. Moreover, at night, energy consumption is higher than during the day because the brain is more active. Nerve impulses reach a speed of 270 km/h. The brain does not feel pain (pain receptors are in the brain coverings). It consists of 80% water.


The human body produces up to 1.5 liters of saliva per day. Saliva is the first barrier against microorganisms entering the body. This function is performed by the protein lysozyme in saliva. Its molecule resembles a triangle with active centers at its tips. Lysozyme has antibacterial, antifungal, and antiprotozoal effects. The optimal operating temperature is from 22°C to 37°C, and an essential condition is an alkaline environment. Once it reaches the acidic environment of the stomach, it ceases to function. If lysozyme is of high quality, you are most likely never to have problems with tonsils. They become inflamed because immune cells perform their function slowly, as encountering a previously unknown infection, the immune reaction can last up to 3 days. If saliva does not simultaneously perform its function, infection can enter the body.

We know that a mother cuddles and kisses the injured area of a child who has suffered trauma, which is actually instinctive treatment with lysozyme. Animals similarly instinctively lick their wounds. The most potent lysozyme is found in predators because they consume a lot of protein in their diet. For lysozyme to be effective, all 20 amino acids necessary for its synthesis are needed. Many people remember being taught to eat slowly, unhurriedly, and chew food thoroughly. This is very correct because lysozyme needs to perform its function until it reaches the acidic environment of the stomach and ceases to function, requiring 30 seconds.


Biological Age
In a living organism, there is a biological gradation of electronegativity. The cell membrane is more negatively charged relative to the intercellular fluid, the cell cytoplasm more negatively charged relative to the membrane. Accordingly, the cell nucleus against the cytoplasm. If all this is subjected to an alternating electric field, in a special microscope, one can see that there is mutual "dancing" relative to each other. If the cell nucleus does not "dance", it means that the cell is not performing its biological functions. The most interesting part is that the number of "non-dancing" nuclei precisely corresponds to the biological age of the organism. That is, the larger the proportion of such nuclei, the greater the biological age. Essentially, this is the most accurate method of determining organism wear and tear or biological age determination.


Why Hair Turns Gray?
There are various opinions circulating in society on this topic, but there is no real understanding. Unfortunately, nowadays, even teenagers often encounter their first gray hairs. Stress and genetics are blamed. Yes, stress plays a large role, but it is not the main factor, and even less so is genetics to blame. In fact, family traditions and an unhealthy lifestyle, which is the main factor, are inherited.

Hair is collagen, which is a fibrillar protein that is part of all connective tissues (ligaments, dermis, bones, tendons), providing their strength and elasticity. Hair is a non-living structure, but it is formed from living components in our body tissues. They consist mainly of collagen keratin, there is also about 6% fat and 15% water, but hair color is determined by melanin (1% of the total hair composition). Melanin consists of two pigments: eumelanin and pheomelanin. Pigments are polymer mixtures that determine the color of hair, the iris of the eye, and skin.

Between the epidermis (outer layer) and dermis lies the basal membrane that separates these layers, above which are located the skin's pigment cells, melanocytes, which produce melanin, protecting the skin from ultraviolet radiation. The coloration with which hair is filled as it grows is obtained by melanin in the hair follicle interacting with specific enzymes. In this way, hair acquires a certain hue. However, when there is insufficient or no production of these enzymes, hair becomes translucent and grays. This happens when the hair protein keratin is filled with colorless pigment and air bubbles. If only pigment enters and there are no air bubbles, hair will not turn gray but will be white (blonde), but if only air bubbles – hair will be gray.

Melanin protects us from the spread of fungal and bacterial flora through the skin, as well as from harmful solar ultraviolet radiation and the free radicals it produces, including hydrogen peroxide (H2O2), which acts as a free radical. Over time, several factors accumulate: the result of prolonged exposure to free radicals; lack of nutrients in the hair follicle; insufficient blood supply to skin cells, melanocytes; excessive sunburn. All this promotes an increase in hydrogen peroxide, which interferes with melanin dyeing hair. It has been discovered that amino acid L-methionine helps prevent melanin synthesis disorders.

Vitamins, especially important vitamin B10 (para-aminobenzoic acid), are needed for the production of pigment melanin. The enzymes necessary for this process are found in large quantities in sprouted grains.

Melanocytes make up only 5% of skin cells, but they can form benign tumors, such as moles (medical term - "nevus") and malignant ones, such as melanoma, which is a mutation of melanocytes. If the number of melanocytes decreases, depigmented spots called vitiligo form on the skin. This can indicate an autoimmune process.

Here are some symptoms that indicate insufficient natural pigment melanin production in the body:
  Ω  The appearance of gray hair at an early age.

  Ω  Very pale skin tone.

  Ω  The appearance of light spots on the skin (vitiligo).

  Ω  Dull eye color.

  Ω  Skin burns after a short stay in the sun.

  Ω  Uneven tan.

Factors affecting melanin production:
  Ξ  Blood supply to hair follicles (nutrition).

  Ξ  Disturbed neural stimulation (nerve damage).

  Ξ  Endocrine system disorders. The thyroid gland produces the enzyme tyrosinase, which ensures melanin production from tyrosine and phenylalanine. If there is a lack of this enzyme, melanin production is disturbed. For example, dark-skinned people have more of this enzyme, but light-skinned people have less, and people with albinism do not have it at all.

  Ξ  Hair combing and scalp massage.

  Ξ  Hair dyeing. When dyeing hair with low-quality dyes, many harmful substances inevitably enter the body, spreading throughout the organism.

  Ξ  Negative effects of prolonged use of hormonal drugs and antibiotics.

  Ξ  Vitamin B12 deficiency.

Everything green contains a lot of iron, so greens – sorrel, chard, nettles, horseradish. Iron is in sprouted grains and nuts, along with many trace elements.


An important trace element in melanin production, as well as in many other metabolic processes. It is contained in sprouted grains, kale, radishes, Jerusalem artichokes, garlic, mushrooms, etc. Since conventional agriculture does not supplement soil with this trace element because it is expensive and does not significantly increase yield, it is important that products are grown in unpolluted soil.

Pumpkin seeds, green peas, pine nuts, beans, buckwheat, sunflower seeds, an unbeatable source of zinc are oysters.

For hair not to fall out, it is important to have enough silicon, zinc, and copper in the body, but only natural shampoos should be used for washing hair.


Bee Bread
If including all the previously mentioned trace elements in your daily diet seems complicated, there is a simpler option - bee bread. A universal, natural dietary supplement. Ideally obtained in nature not spoiled by conventional agriculture.

In eco-medicine, there are many different recipes for preventing graying. Various extracts in vodka or hot water are prepared, with which hair is rubbed, for example, extracts from burdock roots, red peppers, nettles, dill seeds. Coconut oil is used, as well as beekeeping products. For example, take 3 teaspoons of warm castor oil, add a teaspoon of honey and a teaspoon of lemon juice. Mix everything, rub into hair and wrap with a damp towel. After half an hour, rinse the hair.


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  ֍   According to WHO data, 60% of death cases are related to nutrition and dangerous products, which do not kill immediately but gradually destroy a person from the inside.

  ֍   It is not advisable to eat unripe apples because they do not yet have the enzymes that can break them down during the digestion process. Enzymes appear only when the apples have ripened. Sour apple varieties are healthier because they contain more organic acids. Apples contain pectin, which is a valuable fiber. Not only green tea, but also apples contain catechin, which has antibacterial and antioxidant properties.

  ֍  Anything that cannot be eaten should not be put on the skin.

  ֍   The skin is a mirror of internal processes.

  ֍  Only fresh juices have a high pH level because they contain antioxidants (free electrons), enzymes, and oxygen.

  ֍  Nearly all shampoos and gels contain sodium lauryl sulfate, which, in combination with other components, forms carcinogenic substances that can cause irreversible vision changes in children and increase the risk of cancer.

  ֍  To preserve vision longer, for example, when working with a computer, it is necessary to do eye exercises once an hour and regularly look into the distance through a window.

  ֍  Toxins created by worms and lice cause jaw muscle spasms, manifesting as teeth grinding.

  ֍  White spots on nails indicate a lack of zinc in the body or injuries.

  ֍  Painful and cracked corners of the mouth indicate a deficiency of B2 and other B-group vitamins in the body.

  ֍  If there are cramps in the leg muscles, it means that there is a low level of magnesium in the body. Magnesium and calcium must be balanced.

  ֍  It has been observed that cows that suckle their own milk get stomach cancer. Cow's milk is intended for calves and no one else.

  ֍  Gout is a typical disease of meat eaters. In ancient times, it was a disease of the wealthy, who could afford to eat this product regularly.

  ֍  Prostatitis and impotence begin in early childhood with the first acute respiratory infection and angina, when medication removes symptoms but does not eliminate the causes of these diseases.

  ֍  Bile is produced in the liver, not in the gallbladder. It produces up to one liter of bile per day.

  ֍  The craving for sweets is a vicious cycle. Excessive sugar in the daily diet causes rapid fluctuations in sugar levels, which in turn creates a craving for a new dose of sugar. Sugar provides a rapid energy boost, but just as quickly, this energy disappears. It is different with honey; the energy boost is more even and lasts longer.

  ֍   Avoid dishes with Teflon coating as well as aluminum dishes. Aluminum ions accumulate in fat tissues and cause Alzheimer's disease.

  ֍   Saturated fats differ from unsaturated fats in that the fat molecule no longer has any free spots for hydrogen atoms to attach. Polyunsaturated fat molecules have several spots, but monounsaturated ones have only one spot.

  ֍  Our bodies do not have enzymes for processing overheated fats, so they have a toxic effect on the body.

  ֍   In the process of hydrogenation, liquid, unsaturated vegetable oils can be turned into saturated or solid fats. For example, corn oil can be hydrogenated to make margarine. With the help of special additives, the necessary smell, taste, and color can be obtained.

  ֍   Palm oil is widely used in the food industry because it is much cheaper than other vegetable oils. It is used to make margarine, added to dairy products, and widely used in confectionery because it is cheap.

  ֍   According to the Union of Concerned Scientists, trans fats worsen the quality of milk, as they enter the newborn's body, promote fetal growth retardation, increase the risk of diabetes, weaken immunity, disrupt the function of the cytochrome oxidase enzyme, which plays an important role in the neutralization of carcinogenic substances, reduce testosterone levels and sperm quality.

  ֍   Hemp milk can temporarily replace mother's milk. Hemp seeds contain all the essential amino acids.

  ֍   In synthetic diapers, the temperature can reach +43°C. This is especially dangerous for boys, as it negatively affects sperm quality.

  ֍   Food additives cause enormous stress to the body. To digest all of it, the body has to work very hard. As a result, energy and valuable nutrients are used for digestion and toxin neutralization.

  ֍   A lack of copper in the body causes disturbances in oxidation-reduction reactions.

  ֍   Iodine deficiency is associated with thyroid problems, infertility, and impotence.

  ֍   If silver is a powerful antiviral agent, then copper has antifungal (yeast, mold) effects.

  ֍   If you crave cocoa, your body may be lacking chromium.

  ֍  Selenium is a powerful antioxidant. It is found in garlic, onions, and Brazil nuts, provided the soil contains sufficient amounts of it.

  ֍   Unripe fruits contain tannins. When frozen, tannin breaks down.

  ֍   Many dried fruits are treated with sulfur dioxide (E-220),

 which destroys vitamins B1 and E. This is done to make the products last longer and look better.

  ֍   If eating red beets turns urine reddish, it means the kidneys are weak.

  ֍   Papaya is a wonderful, enzyme-rich fruit. Unfortunately, all papaya coming from the Hawaiian Islands has been GMO since 1998. Papaya from China is also a GMO product.

  ֍   Since ancient times, people have noticed that those who consume turmeric rarely encounter oncology, cardiovascular diseases, inflammatory processes, and age slower. Curcumin, which is a component of turmeric (making up 3% of the total composition), is a powerful antioxidant, reduces depression, promotes skin cell regeneration, activates autophagy, creating a similar purification process as occurs during fasting. Since curcumin is poorly assimilated, it should be added with a little ground black pepper in a ratio of 15:1, thus assimilation can be enhanced by about 25 times.

  ֍   It is not recommended to lose more than 1.5 kg of weight per week. Fat cannot disappear faster, only water can.

  ֍   Pickled cucumbers achieve their attractive appearance and long shelf life by adding 2-3% acetic acid (E-260), which blocks enzyme activity. Crunchiness is achieved by adding potassium chloride (E-509).

  ֍   Sour belching indicates an excess of acid. It enters the esophagus from the stomach, whose mucosa is not suited to an acidic environment, causing the person to experience discomfort and burning.

  ֍   Yogurt without additives, containing live bacteria, has a maximum shelf life of 3 days.

  ֍   The sugar added to yogurt promotes fermentation processes in the intestines and destroys the lacto and bifido bacteria added to it.

  ֍   In hard cheeses, bacteria have already consumed everything and died.

  ֍  If you cannot refrain from coffee, drink it without sugar and in small cups. Coffee should be consumed in its natural form and without animal-derived milk.

  ֍  Saliva contains the mucous substance mucin, which binds food and helps form boluses, so it is important to thoroughly chew food. Salivary enzymes amylase (ptyalin) and maltase work simultaneously. The digestion process begins when saliva comes into contact with food. Food treatment with lysozyme is the first defense barrier against unwanted guests in the body: bacteria, viruses, and fungi. For effective protection, lysozyme needs at least 30 seconds before it reaches the stomach acid and stops working. Moreover, well-chewed food easily moves through the digestive tract, and the body can absorb the maximum amount of nutrients. Drinking during meals dilutes digestive enzymes, which can no longer fully participate in the digestion process.

  ֍   The pancreas secretes enzymes: amylase, trypsin, and lipase. Amylase breaks down carbohydrates (potatoes, bread), trypsin proteins (nuts, meat), and lipase fats (oils, butter). The enzyme lactase, which breaks down the milk sugar lactose, is located on the surface of the villi of the small intestine.

  ֍  Pancreatic enzymes become active in the digestive process in the intestines only when they come into contact with bile.

  ֍   Cooked starch forms mucus. All products, except fresh fruits and vegetables, produce mucus to some extent, especially those that are thermally processed.

  ֍  The white color of the sclera (white of the eye) is a normal variant. Yellow indicates liver dysfunction and bile excretion problems, while red indicates a very low energy level in cell structures (for example, the person is very tired).

  ֍   The internal surface area of the human small intestine reaches 300 m2.

  ֍  The release of adrenaline is triggered by both positive and negative emotions. From the body, it is excreted with urine, sweat, and tears. During such times, it is important to drink plenty of water.

  ֍   Cells need 28 amino acids. If the intestinal tract is clean and dominated by symbiotic ('good') microflora, all amino acids are synthesized. If we do not receive some macro or micronutrients with our diet, amino acid synthesis is hampered. And if some amino acids are missing, protein synthesis is disrupted.

  ֍  There are 16 vitamins, each with its function. For example, calcium in the body dissolves only in the presence of vitamin C. Vitamin C is like a transporter of calcium. If the body lacks vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid), obesity begins, etc.

  ֍  Vitamin C must be consumed daily with food, as the body does not store it.

  ֍  Vitamin B17 is found in apricot kernels.

  ֍  Cracked heels are a sign of a deficiency in polyunsaturated fatty acid omega-3 and vitamin B3.

  ֍  Fresh carrot and pumpkin juice should have a little oil added (a teaspoon) so that fat-soluble vitamins are better absorbed.

  ֍   Our cells do not recognize synthetic vitamins because they have a different isometric projection than natural vitamins. Synthetic vitamins often "get stuck" in the liver.

  ֍  The liver synthesizes all plasma proteins.

  ֍  The stomach serves as a protective barrier that destroys viruses, fungi, bacteria, and parasites.

  ֍   If a product does not spoil and is not frozen or dried, it means that enzymes do not work in it. The body, trying to process it, spends a lot of pancreatic enzymes and energy to get rid of it.

  ֍  Erythrocytes have no nucleus; they cannot divide.

  ֍   One hemoglobin molecule can simultaneously transport 4 oxygen molecules.

  ֍  Everything we eat oxidizes, i.e., combines with oxygen. But, if metabolic processes lack oxygen, a person starts to gain weight, and thinking becomes more irrational.

  ֍   The human nose can remember about 50 thousand scents.

  ֍   Children need calcium the most at the age of 6. Sperm quality is highly dependent on calcium. There is a mistaken belief that excess calcium forms stones in the kidneys and gallbladder. It is likely the opposite - calcium deficiency causes the formation of kidney stones because it is the main maintainer of an alkaline environment. Kidney stones consist of calcium oxalates.

  ֍   Nature has given us the pleasure of eating to eat and the pleasure of sex to reproduce.

  ֍   To make suckling mammal babies suckle milk, it contains the opiate casomorphin, which calms and creates a sense of well-being. Since cheese is a concentrated form of milk, this effect is intensified, and it is a factor that makes many people cheese enthusiasts.

  ֍   Eat less, live longer. Moderation in eating is difficult for modern humans to achieve. Eating less provides more energy and makes it easier to concentrate. Experiments with animals have shown that they live longer if they receive slightly less food than they could eat.

  ֍   Like grains and seeds, egg whites contain enzyme inhibitors, so it is not advisable to eat raw egg whites, including the film between the shell and the egg white. There are harmful substances that have a destructive effect on the pancreas. In this way, nature protects bird eggs.

  ֍   The brain dies in 10 seconds without glucose (hypoglycemic coma), so it can absorb glucose directly without the participation of insulin.

  ֍   Nitrogen and sulfur are always released in the process of protein breakdown.

  ֍   For a cell to live, it needs oxygen, water, an unpolluted, slightly alkaline environment (pH=7.43), a temperature of about 36.6°C, and nutrients.

  ֍   More than 150 years ago, the atmosphere had a few percent more oxygen; now it is 21%, less in cities.

  ֍   Silicon crystals make up sand. One of the causes of hair loss is a lack of silicon. In nature, it is most found in nettles and rice, unless the soil is depleted.

  ֍   If kefir is produced by adding a special yeast, then it is a product containing fungus, similar to yeast bread. Of course, it can also be obtained with bacterial starter, which is a better choice.

  ֍   It is not recommended to drink tea or coffee from paper cups because their interior is coated with a thin layer of plastic, but upon heating, it releases the harmful substance bisphenol A. The inner lining of many plastic containers and even canned goods may contain this substance, which can interact with natural hormone receptors in the body and cause unpredictable consequences.

  ֍  Raw potatoes contain all the essential amino acids.

  ֍  Dairy products contain a lot of calcium, but it should be noted that it simultaneously consumes a lot to neutralize the acids produced by the proteins in milk. This can even lead to a calcium deficiency, using the body's internal reserves.

  ֍   Nuts and sunflower seeds should be eaten unroasted and without salt. All kinds of ground nuts are ideal soil for the activity of airborne mold spores, so they quickly become bitter and harmful to health. They are often contaminated with aflatoxin produced by fungi, which is a powerful carcinogen and can cause liver cancer.

  ֍  We are born with a certain number of neurons, which does not change throughout life. Memories in the brain are stored as connections between neurons.

  ֍   It has been researched that in places where centenarians live, the water has low mineralization (up to 200 mg/l) and minerals are of organic origin (from the earth's surface). The mineralization in store-bought mineral waters is about 400 to even 1000 mg/l, minerals are from rocks and are in inorganic form.

  ֍  Consuming a diet high in acid-forming products (sweetened drinks, meat, etc.), reduces enzyme activity in the body, tissues become more susceptible to infectious diseases, immunity weakens, and demineralization of bones and teeth occurs. To neutralize acids, the body consumes minerals, leading to bone and tooth diseases.

  ֍  Herbal infusions create an alkaline environment, especially bitter ones, such as wormwood, hops, centaury, etc. However, there is a condition - when preparing herbal teas, the temperature must not exceed +65°C; otherwise, minerals become inorganic, insoluble in water, and there is no medicinal effect. Creating an alkaline environment is one of the main principles on which phytotherapy is based.

  ֍   A person has more than 10,000 taste receptors on the tongue, located in taste buds. They determine chemical compounds.

  ֍   Salt attracts water. One sodium molecule can attract 10 water molecules.

  ֍   Acrylamide is a poison that forms when products are fried multiple times in the same oil. This especially applies to carbohydrates, frying them at high temperatures.

  ֍  Ptomaines are poisons released by pathogenic microflora as a result of the putrefaction of undigested proteins.

  ֍  Aspartame (sweetened drinks, chewing gum) is 200 times sweeter than sugar. In water, it breaks down into amino acids and methanol, which is a toxic substance. Further in the body, aspartame turns into the cellular poison formaldehyde.

  ֍   The main way to remove harmful substances from the body is through the lymphatic system. Physical activity promotes lymph flow.

  ֍  Hexamethylenetetramine or urotropin (E-239) is not a harmful substance; it is added, for example, to lightly salted herring or fish roe to better preserve them. However, in contact with vinegar, it forms the dangerous substance formaldehyde (formalin), which has a carcinogenic effect. Essentially, it is formalin (used to embalm corpses), which is a dangerous cellular poison.

  ֍  Kidneys concentrate toxins the most in animals, so it is not recommended to consume them as food.

  ֍   Plastic packaging should only contain neutral products, such as water, but not acidic or basic products. They should be stored in glass containers.

  ֍  Some popular brands of sweetened carbonated drinks contain orthophosphoric acid. It is a very strong acidifier (pH 2.0), which is particularly harmful to the body.

  ֍   Fresh products contain many enzymes. They are released during the chewing process and are necessary for all chemical reactions that occur in the human body. Enzymes promote digestive, metabolic, and regenerative processes, as well as strengthen immunity. Without enzymes, the body could not function properly. They are involved in all of the body's biochemical and physiological processes. Enzymes begin to inactivate at +45°C.

  ֍  Digestive enzymes in the human body are produced by the pancreas. Eating enzyme-deficient products overburdens it, as it has to produce a huge amount of digestive enzymes.

  ֍  Pepsin, secreted in the stomach, is inactivated when it comes into contact with cold foods and drinks. It only works in an acidic environment.

  ֍   Products cooked in a microwave oven have their enzymes and vitamins inactivated. Microwaves destructurize any product and make it acid-forming.

  ֍  Choose clothing made from natural origin materials (cotton, linen, wool, natural polymers) because synthetic materials disrupt the human electromagnetic field (weakening cell-to-cell communication). Moreover, wearing such clothing interferes with moisture and gas exchange. As a result, a favorable environment is created for fungi and bacteria.

  ֍  In spring, it is advisable to drink as much fresh maple and birch sap as possible. It is the best source of structured water containing many organic minerals. Freezing is the only way to store it. Other storage methods significantly reduce the sap's biological value.