The peculiarities of brain function and our thinking depend on the neurochemistry of neurons, which in turn depends on the diet we consume. The state of the entire organism is directly dependent on the diet we maintain. Processing food yields energy, materials for tissue formation and regeneration, and forms the hormonal background that affects the psyche. Diet can correct many health issues, especially at a very early stage.

After the complete decoding of human genes, it was discovered that 80% of people do not develop to the potential that is genetically programmed. For example, some of us do not reach the expected height, others do not fully develop their intellectual abilities, or have deficiencies in the cardiovascular system, etc. All this is related to the lack of a nutritious diet and the presence of toxins, starting from human development in the embryonic stage and even earlier.

To understand what you can eat, you must understand what you should not eat. If you understand and act accordingly, in a few years you will be completely different. All cells will have been replaced. You will have different hair, bones, heart, blood. If you consume food substitutes with a biological value of zero daily, you will become... There is a saying - you become what you eat.

If you do not consume a normal diet, nothing will help. Only quickly perishable products work in your favor. If you daily consume dried (cold, hot), pickled, salted, sugared (even worse with sugar substitutes), or canned or otherwise "killed" products. If you eat them, your cells stop dying, which means no new ones are formed, your body ages and slowly dies.

Fiber and good bacteria
Fiber is the part of food derived from plants and higher basidiomycete fungi that the human body almost does not process on its own; it is processed and also feeds the symbiotic gut microflora or good bacteria. Fiber cleanses the stomach and intestinal tract, as well as enhances its function by improving intestinal peristalsis and reducing constipation. It weakens the harmful effects of carcinogens and toxic substances by absorbing them and accelerates their removal from the body. Our body contains about 2.5 kg of these gut bacteria. As a result of their metabolism, these bacteria produce fatty acids, vitamins, and many different substances from fiber, for example, that help prevent rectal cancer, help maintain optimal sugar and cholesterol levels in the blood. Fiber is found in coarse grain products, peas, beans, nuts, fruits, vegetables, but not in dairy products, cheeses, meat, eggs, fish. Take care of the good bacteria and consume as much raw thermally unprocessed plant-based products as possible, including bee bread. Good bacteria produce vitamins and essential amino acids for us, while bad (pathogenic) bacteria produce toxins.

Regarding fermentable fibers, i.e., those processed by the symbiotic gut microflora, include the polysaccharide inulin, oligofructose, pectins, and beta-glucans (berries, legumes), while the other group consists of resistant starches - polysaccharides, i.e., glucose polymers, which very evenly release glucose into the blood (vegetables). The champion in fiber content is chanterelles, which are also a good anti-parasitic agent.

Fibers should be thermally unprocessed. The bran husk, which consists of fibers, is a byproduct when processing grains into flour. To prevent it from going to waste, bread manufacturers advertise it as a healthy product, for example, bread with bran. However, it must be understood that bread is baked at +180°C, so there is little health benefit in such bread, these fibers are processed by pathogenic microflora.

If we want to maintain health in the long term, margarine should be one of the first products to be completely excluded from the daily diet because they are trans-fatty acid trans-isomers.

To convert liquid vegetable oils into solid fats, the spatial configuration of molecules must be changed, resulting in unnatural fats. Such fat molecules integrate into cell membranes and block their flexibility and permeability. This means that nutrient permeability in cells is hindered. Consuming thermally and chemically processed fats with products containing them, such as chips, various confectionery products, candies, etc., increases the risk of various diseases, such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, obesity, prostate problems, and other illnesses.

Manufacturers claim that margarine is now produced almost without trans-fats. If possible, however, to obtain such, palm oil must be used. Since palm oil is significantly cheaper, it is likely chosen for this purpose. Palm oil consists of several fractions. There are fractions that dissolve at +36,6°C and lower temperatures, which are not problematic, but stearin (used in candle, soap production), which makes up almost half or even more of the total composition, has a melting temperature of +47°C to +54°C. This means that undissolved fats enter the body, including the blood and therefore the small blood vessels, leading to popular modern human health problems.

Ice Cream
The activity of enzymes depends on the temperature of the food. If you eat ice cream, initially upon contact with it, the stomach contracts from the received "burn," then rapidly increases in size. It's stress for the body, enzymes do not perform their work at low temperatures, and the ice cream moves on to the intestines, but there are other enzymes. The result is undigested food, which parasites, especially fungi, are happy about. And then follows the formation of gas in the intestines. An alternative to ice cream is whipped cream with fruits or berries. It's a good way to obtain fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E, and K.
The pancreas suffers
In those who have predominantly consumed refined, thermally processed food, anatomical sections show an enlarged pancreas because it has worked in an intensified mode, producing processing enzymes for incoming food. Overloading the pancreas and other food processing organs promotes the illness of these organs with pancreatitis.
Salt in small amounts, as it occurs naturally, is necessary and required. Children need it for bone formation. However, one of the bad habits of modern civilization that interferes with normal body functioning is excessive salt. The habit of salting food is not at all related to the body's dictated necessity but rather needed by food manufacturers as a preservative or a way to increase the weight of their products.

Some people manage to exceed the daily norm of 1 – 2g by 20 – 30 times. As a result, the potassium – sodium balance in the body is disturbed, and the operation of the symbiotic gut microflora is hindered. If a person drinks little water and the body has developed a large toxic load, excessive salt use overloads the heart and kidneys because they cannot excrete the salts, resulting in edema as the kidneys retain water. Blood vessels suffer. The risk of cardiovascular diseases increases. People with disrupted acid-base balance exhibit a craving for the alkaline element sodium to extinguish the acid. However, in salt, sodium is combined with chlorine. Nature offers much better alternatives containing a lot of sodium – horseradish, garlic, green onions, parsley, etc. If you still want salt, it's best to sprinkle it directly into the mouth, not add it to food. In this way, there's a greater chance that you will consume only as much salt and food as necessary. Another method to reduce the amount of salt consumed is to dissolve it in water at a high concentration and then add it to food.

Many might remember that the salt bought in stores used to be very hard in the packaging and required significant effort to break off a piece. This is no longer the case. There is now coarser and finer grained easily crumbling salt. This is achieved by adding the anti-caking agent potassium ferrocyanide (E-536), which has a very negative impact on the kidneys and not only. Sodium ferrocyanide (E-535) can also be used, which is not as dangerous. The fact that none of the anti-caking agents is indicated on the salt packaging does not mean that it has not been added, because salt (sodium chloride) is very hygroscopic, i.e., it absorbs moisture from the air and hardens into a lump.

Fats are very necessary for our body; they form the external cell membrane. Without fats, fat-soluble vitamins cannot be dissolved. Fats are also necessary for the lungs, as their alveoli consist of 99% fats. Therefore, if there is a lack of fats, oxygen supply is hindered. Cholesterol is also needed. If a person consumes adequate nutrition, as nature intended, there should be no problems with fatty acid synthesis in the liver. However, if this is not the case, the deficit must be compensated with animal-derived fats. It could be butter, heavy cream, and lard, which is the most valuable pork product.

Like in other food industries, a lot is done poorly, and pig farming is no exception. Selection methods are used to create pig breeds with increasingly thinner layers of fat. This is related to the myth in society that lard increases excess weight. There is some truth to it, but it applies to industrially produced lard, not organically farmed lard. The feed with which large manufacturers feed pigs contains residues from pesticides, antibiotics, growth stimulators, etc. Unfortunately, toxins accumulate the most in lard, and consuming such a product inevitably leads to toxins entering the human body. Adding the existing abundance of toxins in modern nutrition further intensifies the water – salt exchange mechanism disorders in the kidneys, leading to water retention.

With this feed used by pig producers, which is primarily composed of conventionally grown grains, it is impossible to produce high-quality bacon. If previously it took nearly a year to fatten pigs, now it happens in less than half a year. For the structure and ratio of omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids to omega-6 to be optimal, pig feed must contain a lot of chlorophyll, meaning pigs must be fed greens and roots, and they must root around in the ground as they did in the past. Modern industrially produced bacon is completely different from what our ancestors ate.

Red blood cells, erythrocytes, are covered with a lipid layer, a kind of fatty lubricant, and as they move through the blood vessels, they become electrified, becoming negatively charged and repelling each other. Sometimes the small blood vessel capillaries are even narrower than the erythrocytes, forcing them to change shape to fit through.

When alcohol enters the bloodstream, erythrocytes undergo defatting, the outer fatty layer washes away, and they begin to stick together (attract each other), forming congestion - microthrombi. If erythrocytes do not reach the respective segment of the brain, neurons begin to die from oxygen starvation after 3 minutes. It is calculated that from 100ml of vodka, 10 million neurons die. There are about 60 billion neurons in the human brain. Each neuron has up to 1000 synapses, which are functional connection links with other neurons, through which electrical signals are transmitted. When neurons die from alcohol, dead tissue forms in the brain. Later, dead tissues detach, are washed out, and end up in the urine. Hence the saying about a drunkard – he has literally pissed his brain away. It should be remembered that any dose of alcohol consumed irreversibly reduces a person’s intellectual capabilities.

Alcohol dissolves the lipid components of brain cell membranes, resulting in harder membranes, yet cholesterol does not disappear from the membranes but oxidizes. As a result, the electrical cascade of functioning neurons changes, and the person becomes duller, while blood vessels become cleaner due to the dissolution of fats, so alcoholics have clean blood vessels.

The most dangerous alcoholic drink is beer because it contains phytoestrogens, which are formed when hops are combined with malt. Phytoestrogen is a plant estrogen. The female body has the sex hormone estrogen. If the production of this hormone is disrupted by incoming plant estrogens, a woman becomes more masculine, but if estrogens overpower testosterone, men undergo the opposite process, becoming more feminine.

There are water-insoluble toxins that dissolve in alcohol. This means that alcohol activates indirect toxins that have entered the body with other products.

Alcoholics are not those who get drunk and fall into ditches, nor should they be called animals, so as not to offend the animals, for they have fallen even lower. Children are not in danger from them. It is not from such drinkers that a child takes an example. Alcoholics are those who cannot imagine celebrations without alcohol. Moderate, cultural drinkers are the most dangerous because they set an example for children that it is fun and cool, that it is an indispensable attribute of celebration. Children are told – you are too young, you can't yet, but when you grow up, you can. The most dangerous thing is that a distorted association is programmed into the child's subconscious that celebrating and a bottle are the perfect tandem. It is supposedly fun, everything is done culturally, no one gets excessively drunk, no one hits each other in the face or rolls on the ground. Just don't get too drunk.

If alcohol is introduced and accepted as the norm in any society, that society will perish within a few decades. Before you raise a glass, remember - there is no harmless dose of alcohol.


Sugar is a separated component from sugar beets or sugar cane. For the human body to properly process and metabolize 1 molecule of sugar, it needs 56 ions of magnesium, more than 20 ions of chromium, zinc, enzymes, hormones, fat-soluble vitamins, and a whole complex of various substances. If a person eats a sugar beet or honey, nature provides everything necessary to compensate for sugar processing in this product, and the person does not face problems.

But if sugar is separated from this complex? Muscles need calcium to contract, but magnesium to relax, yet people hardly consume greens. The body has no choice but to take these 56 ions of magnesium from the muscles located in the walls of blood vessels. As a result, blood vessels do not fully relax, remain spasmodic, and to pump blood through them, the body is forced to increase blood pressure. Can this problem be solved artificially with blood pressure-lowering drugs?

Similarly to drugs, sugar, one of the greatest evils of modern humanity, promotes addiction and weakens willpower. Consequently, as willpower weakens, the risk of falling into alcohol and nicotine addiction increases. Everyone knows that consuming too much sugar without burning off the calories leads to overweight. However, sugar also weakens intellectual abilities, as it interrupts the growth of neuronal extensions in the brain, i.e., decreases the number of neuronal connections, thereby reducing intellectual capabilities. This is particularly significant in the intellectual development of children. Moreover, sugar absorbs water from the intercellular fluid and extinguishes enzymes. Studies show that sugar consumption has increased 100 times compared to the beginning of the 20th century.

For someone who has decided to follow a path of health, one of the first steps should be giving up sugar. However, it must be realized that, similar to drugs, cigarettes, or alcohol, it will not be easy to free oneself from sugar addiction because the mechanism of action is similar. Sugar stimulates the production of neurotransmitters such as serotonin and dopamine, which create a feeling of well-being up to euphoria. The body gets used to the stimulation, and as soon as it is absent, a depressive mood sets in. Sugar is a synthetic product that burdens the pancreas.

Some reasons why you should give up sugar:

   weakens immunity, opening the door to a vast number of diseases;

   complicates the assimilation of magnesium and calcium;

   promotes the development of arthritis;

   accelerates the appearance of age-related changes in the body;

   promotes the onset and development of hemorrhoids;

   alters glucose tolerance, promotes the development of type 2 diabetes as well as glycemia;

   can cause mineral metabolism disorders, as well as chromium and copper deficiencies;

   increases the risk of damage to protein and DNA structures;

   reduces the functional activity of enzymes, simultaneously with the breakdown of proteins to amino acids, possible consequences - nutritional allergy;

   affects the structure of collagen and elastin, so, for example, wrinkles appear faster,

   exacerbates toxemia in pregnant women;

   can increase adrenaline levels in children, making them restless and capricious, as well as sleepy;

   promotes dental caries and periodontosis, creates an acidic environment in the mouth and throughout the body;

   the acidic environment after consuming sugar promotes the development of oncology;

   promotes the development of cataracts, vision deterioration, atherosclerosis, and the expansion of varicose veins;

   increases the risk of fungal diseases and bacterial infections;

   causes exacerbation of gastric ulcers and the risk of ulcerative colitis;

   promotes an increase in the number of free radicals in the blood;

   provokes asthma attacks;

   reduces the amount of good cholesterol or high-density lipoprotein;

   promotes weight gain;

   increases systolic arterial blood pressure, as well as the risk of ischemic heart disease;

   excess sugar sticks to erythrocytes, fats, proteins, and changes their shape;

   promotes the development of multiple sclerosis, which is considered to be caused by sugar;

   promotes irritable bowel syndrome and weakens nutrient absorption in the intestines;

   exacerbates joint problems;

   promotes fungal growth;

   promotes swelling;

   causes drowsiness after meals;

   causes hormonal imbalances;

   thickens the blood and increases its sugar level;

   as long as there is sugar in the body, glycolysis works, but ketolysis does not.

The modern food chemical industry, which produces such products, could even be likened to a silent destroyer of the people.

It is very important to receive quality proteins in the diet, and in sufficient quantity, because they are necessary for the formation of new cells. More precisely, it would be to say amino acids, but even more precisely, they are minerals, almost the entire Mendeleev's table. Because if the digestive tract is clean and there is symbiotic microflora, all amino acids, including essential ones, are synthesized, and from them all necessary proteins.

If cell division (mitosis) occurs under conditions of protein insufficiency, atypical cells are formed. Since these cells require fewer proteins, they multiply faster than fully functional cells. Increasing the concentration of such cells can be one of the additional factors promoting the development of benign and malignant tumors.

The main function performed by proteins is structural. Collagen and elastin, which hold everything together, are proteins.

Blood proteins, called albumins, also perform a transport function, for example, hemoglobin, which also consists of proteins, delivers oxygen to tissues, but insulin, which also consists of proteins, ensures the entry of glucose into cells. Everything is interconnected. For example, to synthesize hemoglobin, iron is needed. For the iron molecule to reach the synthesis site, a special protein, transferrin, is needed. Therefore, if there is not enough iron, the hemoglobin level will be low (iron deficiency anemia). The same applies to vitamins, micro and macro elements, no matter how much you eat them, if there are no proteins that deliver them to the required place, they will end up in the toilet. The effectiveness of many drugs also depends on transport proteins in the blood. The body creates a suitable protein molecule for each transportable substance. There are more than 2500 different types. 80% of toxins are transported with the help of proteins. This means that one of the reasons for the accumulation of unexcreted toxins is also a protein deficiency.

Similarly with the immune system, an effective operation requires an adequate supply of proteins to form immune system cells, such as macrophages, antibodies (immunoglobulins), etc. For example, leukocytes completely replace themselves within 7 days.

Proteins also have what is called an enzymatic function. To process food, the pancreas secretes 3 types of enzymes. For carbohydrates – amylase, for proteins – trypsin, and for fats – lipase. If there is a lack of proteins, the pancreas has nothing to produce enzymes from. Therefore, food is not fully processed.

Reproductive function – the information structures DNA and RNA, which transmit information to future generations, include proteins. If this process occurs under conditions of protein deficiency, it is a cause of genetic diseases, including the very current problem of infertility.

Like a lack of oxygen, a protein deficiency is also one of the causes of death of brain neurons. Since new neuron cells are no longer formed, they are replaced by connective tissue cells to maintain organ structure. Similarly, for example, when you cut your finger. it heals over time by dividing epithelial stem cells, capillary endothelium, and fibroblasts synthesizing intercellular substance (connective tissues). A similar process occurs in the nervous system. The replacement of dead neurons with connective tissue structures is called sclerosis. Dead neurons do not regenerate; their functions are compensatorily performed by surviving ones. Under ideal conditions, one neuron cell can replace 2 or even 3 dead cells. Therefore, to avoid sclerosis, one must consume a normal natural diet.

Summarizing the information about proteins, it is important to consider a significant process – protein recovery or reuse. About 95% of proteins the body can reuse. The less the human enzymatic system is burdened with food processing, the more resources it has for processing dead cells into amino acids.

Therefore, the more raw or otherwise unprocessed "live" plant-based food is consumed, the less protein is needed in the diet.

Fats perform an energy storage function. Biochemists have a saying that fats burn in the flame of carbohydrates. To obtain energy, energy is needed. For fat oxidation to occur, glucose energy is needed. Incompletely oxidized fats form toxic ketone bodies, such as acetone.

Fats are important for the breathing process because 99% of the inner surface of the lung alveoli consists of fats. The greater the load on the lungs, the more fats need to be consumed. The total area of the alveoli is 100m2.

Fats are also needed as material for hormone formation, as well as for creating cell membranes. The most suitable animal fats for the human body are found in fish roe, eggs, fatty fish, fatty cream, bacon. Among plant fats, the most valuable oils are flaxseed oil, oregano, macadamia nut, sesame, olive oil, coconut oil, grape seed, cedar nut. They should be cold-pressed. Each oil has its own specific properties, for example, coconut oil does not oxidize even when frying, but corn oil oxidizes within seconds of its extraction.

It is not recommended to replace oils in the daily diet with margarine and other hydrogenated fats found on store shelves. Unfortunately, such undesirable fats for the human body are incorporated into a wide variety of products, for example, confectionery.

It should be noted that as a result of fat oxidation, lipid peroxidation occurs, forming lipid hydroperoxide molecules. They are very powerful mutagens that promote the development of oncological processes. Therefore, it is very important for fats to have as little contact with air as possible. Oils should be cold-pressed. The ideal storage option is vacuum.

Lipid peroxidation, like any reaction that occurs with structural composition disturbances, is caused by quantum or photon emission. Reactions always occur - with quantum emission or absorption. As long as a person is alive, there is always an energy exchange process.

Apple Cider Vinegar
In fact, it is fermented apple juice, which has almost no nutrients left, but contains organic acids, the main one being acetic acid. If apple cider vinegar is not pasteurized, it contains important enzymes necessary for the gastrointestinal tract, activates its enzymes, resulting in improved food processing, and simultaneously acts as a natural antiseptic, as well as activates leukocyte activity.

Especially older people often have reduced acid amounts in the stomach, complicating protein processing. With apple cider vinegar in such situations, the pancreas can be relieved from producing the enzyme trypsin. It also helps to more tightly close the gastric pyloric sphincter, which is located between the stomach and the duodenum. Apple cider vinegar in the body retains calcium. People with gastric ulcers should be cautious with the use of apple cider vinegar.

Diluted with warm water, apple cider vinegar before meals promotes food processing, enhances stomach protective function, and reduces blood sugar levels. Vinegar can also be made from currants, raspberries, grapes, quinces, plums, pears, cherries, etc. In addition to organic acids, each of these vinegars will have its own useful medicinal properties.

Organic acids play an important role in the human body, participating in energy production in mitochondria (Krebs cycle) and are necessary for heme (a component of hemoglobin) biosynthesis.


Better to eat less, but better quality
It has been researched that only 5% of the modern traditional diet is assimilated by the body. This means that 95% goes to waste and produces toxins. The body has to expend a huge amount of cellular energy to neutralize toxins and eliminate waste. A vicious cycle is created: cells need nutrients → want to eat → eat more → worse assimilation → cells are in greater hunger → want to eat again. As a result, the body wears out rapidly, i.e., ages.
Combining Food
The human digestive system is not adapted to a combined diet. The fact that we can digest a very diverse diet does not mean that it can be done simultaneously. Protein digestion requires an acidic environment, hence it takes place in the stomach, while starch needs a slightly alkaline environment – breakdown occurs in the mouth and also in the small intestine, fats also require a slightly alkaline environment, hence they are digested in the small intestine. When combining food, remember that everything you do not digest will be digested by pathogenic microorganisms, further worsening digestion. One of the symptoms of incomplete digestion of food is the formation of sticky mucus.

Even mild acid neutralizes the salivary enzyme ptialin, which is found in saliva. Therefore, starchy products do not combine well with acidic products.

Different proteins require a different combination of gastric juices, which are released at different times. Therefore, one type of protein should be eaten in one meal.
Incompatible combinations:

  Meat – with nuts, eggs, cheese.

  Eggs – with cheese, nuts.

  Nuts – with cheese and milk.

  Fats reduce the release of gastric juice, pepsin, and hydrochloric acid, so it is not advisable to use fats together with proteins. The negative impact of fats can be well neutralized by consuming a rich variety of greens and vegetables.

  Sugar and its products suppress the secretion of juice in the movable part of the stomach. Sugar is not processed neither in the mouth nor in the stomach, but in the small intestine. If it is eaten together with proteins, it will be retained in the stomach until the proteins are processed, moreover, prolonging the processing time.

  Coffee and tea should be drunk without sugar and milk. The best food for fungi is milk with sugar.


Tomatoes are fruits, but since the sugar content is low, they create an alkaline environment in the body. Similar to avocados, they can be combined with vegetables. When thermally processed, they create an acidic environment, forming oxalic acid crystals, which settle in various parts of the body, causing a range of health problems over time. Also, unripe green tomatoes should not be consumed, as they contain solanine, similar to potatoes left in the sun.
Garlic is a good antibacterial and antifungal agent. It inhibits mold, yeast, and other microscopic fungi growth. Garlic separately contains allicin and the enzyme alliinase, so when crushed, these components combine to form the volatile compound allicin with a characteristic garlic odor and very weak thermal stability. Therefore, to preserve the valuable medicinal properties of garlic, it should only be added when the food has almost cooled.
Find Out What You Like
If you do not add salt, sugar, or flavorings to the food, you will most likely eat just as much as you need. If you crave salt, it means that the body needs alkaline microelements, not what you are eating. It is better to eat salt separately rather than together with food.
Meat (muscle tissues of slaughtered animals)
A small child, so to speak with a pure soul, perceives small animals as friends, wants to play with them. Also, a small animal is not afraid of a small child. When the child grows up, adults tell it, one thing is a kitten, a puppy, but another thing is these animals, specially bred for eating, their throats are cut, blood is drained, but from the cut belly intestines are released. Of course, there are also more humane methods of killing, for example, with a pneumatic gun or electric shock. It is said to be necessary to make children's sausages, prepare cutlets and have a tasty meal to obtain narcotic-like pseudo-pleasures.

The human body is not adapted to eating meat by any characteristic, starting with the morphological structure, saliva and gastric juice composition, jaw structure, total length of the intestines. Moreover, meat is thermally processed and, if such meat is consumed for a long time, even predators begin to have problems. Nature tolerates meat as a possible variant for surviving the period of hunger. Another factor to consider is that in industrial meat production, animals are in high concentration, hence in stress, resulting in weak immunity. To prevent them from getting sick, producers are inevitably forced to use synthetic antibiotics, which are incorporated into animal feed with seemingly innocuous names, such as biomycin, biovit, etc. When humans consume such meat in their diet, the good microflora in the intestines suffers, along with immunity and not only.

Protein molecules reach the small intestine, where they are broken down into monomers, i.e., amino acids, and absorbed into the blood. However, this is not the case with animal proteins. A part of amino acid large molecular compounds ends up in the blood incompletely broken down as polypeptide compounds. The immune system perceives them as antigens or enemies that need to be destroyed. The reaction occurs not in response to the name but to the structure, because immunity cells do not classify and distinguish between viruses, bacteria, or large molecular amino acid compounds. For immune cells (lymphocytes, macrophages, etc.), it is a foreigner (antigen) that needs to be destroyed. Destruction (phagocytosis) occurs by immune cells attaching to the foreign body and breaking it down with their enzymes. Both the antigen and the antibody die. Therefore, this process is resource-intensive. Energy, proteins, minerals, etc., are needed. Sometimes it even turns out that less is gained from meat proteins than is spent.

For those who think that if you do not eat meat, you will not have strength, it is worth reminding that it is estimated that about 10% of the world's population does not consume it (vegetarians, vegans, raw foodists), but among the independent marathon (42km) and half-marathon (21km) runners, only 10% are meat eaters.

By giving up animal products, especially meat, you will save a large amount of natural resources, for which future generations will be grateful. The winner will be not only your health but also the ecosystems of the planet Earth, which sustain life!

I am not aware of any disease caused by not eating meat, while there are very many caused by eating meat.


There are two options. The first is when chickens live in the wild, eating insects, grass, etc., and the second is industrial, when chickens are in great confinement and stress, fed with combined feed, which mainly consists of corn and soy with a very high probability that some of these components will be genetically modified. To lay more eggs and not get sick, corresponding additives are added to the feed. Such fed chickens have a lifespan of 3 - 4 years, while in the wild, they live about 15 years.

Egg yolk is a valuable product for humans. It contains such important vitamins as B12 and D3, polyunsaturated fatty acids omega–3 (DHA and EPA), the amount of which radically differs depending on what chickens are fed. Eggs contain choline, which is necessary for activating brain function and improving memory. Lutein is needed for maintaining good vision. Egg yolk contains cholesterol, which dietitians usually scare people with, but eggs also contain lecithin, which neutralizes this cholesterol. It must be emphasized again that the amount of the aforementioned substances beneficial to humans can radically differ depending on whether chickens live in the wild or in poultry farm cages, as well as what they are fed.

It is different with egg whites. Although it is not as harmful as casein found in milk or meat, it is a large molecular compound of amino acids – a polypeptide that acts as an antigen when it enters the bloodstream. Immune system cells try to destroy it. A phagocytosis reaction antigen – antibody occurs. As a result, such toxic, difficult to excrete substances as cadaverine (corpse poison), ptomaine, putrescine appear in the body.

Like any product, when thermally processed, it loses a large part of its value, so eggs should preferably be consumed uncooked, but there is a risk of salmonella infection, so they should be dipped in boiling water for 1 minute. The white will coagulate, but the yolk will remain untouched.

Juices in Tetrapacks
On the packaging of juices with a long shelf life, the inscriptions ''does not contain preservatives'', may correspond to the truth, because these juices contain a large amount of chemically synthesized citric acid, the neutralization of which consumes calcium. The inside of the package may be coated with special antibacterial preparations. Consequences are observed already in childhood - problems with bones, kidneys suffer - in perspective diabetic nephropathy, as well as resistance to antibiotics. Also, the inscription ''without sugar'' may correspond to the truth, because it contains an even more dangerous component - the sugar substitute aspartame.
About chocolate
Dark chocolate, with a cocoa content approaching 100%, possesses many beneficial properties. It reduces blood pressure and improves heart function, lowers bad cholesterol, acts as an antioxidant (contains polyphenols), improves memory and work capacity, and also reduces stress by lowering cortisol and adrenaline levels in the blood.

It is very important to choose organically grown cocoa because nearly 99% of producers widely use pesticides in the growing process. Moreover, industrial producers have severely depleted the soil, resulting in significantly fewer valuable substances in the chocolate.

Good chocolate is not cheap, so to make the price more attractive, chocolate producers often use trans fats, adding, for example, palm oil to the chocolate. Such chocolate can be distinguished by holding it in your hand. If it does not melt but only becomes soft, this means palm oil has been used.

Women during menopause should not indulge in chocolate as it promotes osteoporosis, especially if there is a deficiency of vitamins D3 and K2 and a low intake of greens in the diet. It is also important to consider that chocolate contains a lot of calories. For example, 100g of chocolate can contain about 500 calories.

Cocoa trees tend to attract the heavy metal cadmium, which concentrates in the cocoa beans.

During the chocolate production process, cocoa undergoes a double thermal process. First, the cocoa beans are roasted, which occurs at temperatures of 1200 to 1600C degrees Celsius. Processing products containing starch at such temperatures forms the carcinogenic substance acrylamide. The second heating at about 900C degrees Celsius occurs when the chocolate is poured into molds. At these temperatures, the product loses value because a number of minerals become inorganic, i.e., water-insoluble, and are not usable. The heating process also produces oxalates, which are particularly undesirable for people prone to kidney stone formation.

Cocoa contains very little caffeine, but it does contain theobromine, which acts as a stimulant, so chocolate should not be eaten before bedtime.

Modified Starch
Modified starch, used as a thickener, for example, in yogurts, confuses the pancreas, as it does not recognize these strangely formed molecules and releases the maximum amount of enzymes. The pancreas, working in overload mode, promotes its inflammation, pancreatitis.
Do Not Overeat
An adult's stomach can accommodate 350, at most 500 grams of food at one time for it to function normally, including liquids. If this amount is exceeded, the food is not fully processed. Moreover, gastric juice serves as a protective barrier against unwanted microorganisms. If we eat too much at once, this protective mechanism works imperfectly.

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This section is dedicated to those who, for various reasons, are unable to switch to a diet as intended by nature for humans, and also discusses how to mitigate the harmful impact of modern diets.

The quality of daily nutrition significantly determines the body's adaptive resilience, i.e., the rate of metabolic changes, oncogenic transformations in cells, and various ecological impacts. Dietary choices can correct this.


Why do we eat?
When we feel hungry, we eat to obtain energy and building materials for cells. That would be the short answer. Intuitively, animals do the same - they eat when hungry and don't eat when they're not. Unfortunately, for humans, there can be other reasons for eating. For example, business lunches, idleness, celebrations, excitement, the arrival of guests, time for lunch, etc. Although humans should eat to live, not live to eat. It's regrettable when gluttony becomes a person's only pleasure. A person should not seek pleasure from food alone; a highly intellectual person can derive pleasure from creative work, achievements, research, interpersonal relationships, etc.

Eating has become a means of pleasure and is commercialized. To sell more food products, they are enhanced with flavor and aftertaste enhancers, colorings, etc. As a result, people eat more, but the more they eat, the worse the food is processed, leading to a desire to eat again. Consequences include toxins from unprocessed food and undernourished cells. It has been studied that nowadays, humans assimilate only 5% of what they eat. How to increase this number is further discussed in the nutrition section.

What should food be like?
Food should be nutritious, safe, tasty, natural, fresh, compatible, seasonal, easily assimilable (containing enzymes and good bacteria simultaneously), diverse, suitable for national-genetic peculiarities, properly prepared, and alive, containing the energy of sunlight photons (grown in open fields), as glass or plastic blocks the flow of sunlight photons. Humans should receive about 65 micro and macro elements daily, necessary for the synthesis of fatty acids and amino acids. Of course, water should not be forgotten. Ignoring this can lead to diseases. Therefore, it is important to know what to eat, why to eat, when to eat, how much to eat, and how to eat.
Hardest to Digest Foods
These are animal-derived products, consisting of large molecular complexes of amino acids, which human bodies cannot fully break down to amino acids. Cheese, due to its high casein content, ranks first, meaning it is the hardest for human bodies to process.

  1. Cheese.

  2. Cottage cheese.

  3. Whole milk.

  4. Meat.

  5. Fish.

  6. Eggs (egg whites are undesirable, but the yolk is a valuable product).


Some Healthy Eating Principles
Do not eat very hot or very cold.
One of the reasons for reduced stomach acid is hot food or drinks, while cold halts enzyme activity. They resume secretion once the stomach lining returns to body temperature.
Chew slowly.
The stomach has no teeth to split larger chunks of food. Each bite should be chewed several times. Drinking fluids while eating bread means that enzymes in saliva cannot break down polysaccharides into maltose, leading to homemade spirits in the gastrointestinal tract, harmful to the liver and other organs. A popular saying goes, "Five minutes of chewing food adds a year to your life, each bite should be chewed at least 33 times." And there's some truth to it. Lysozyme in saliva destroys microbes and protozoa. If a person swallows food without chewing well, saliva does not have time to be secreted, and parasites and their eggs enter the human body untouched. We simply swallow them.
Eat in a quiet and calm atmosphere.
Your body cannot properly digest food if you are anxious or actively participating in discussions during meals, so eat in silence, and your digestive system will function much better.
Do not eat if you are mentally or physically tired.
Do not eat if you are cold, sad, angry, or in a state of stress. Do not seek comfort in food, as it does not address the root cause.
Do not overeat.
No matter how delicious and carefully prepared the food is, it can have a completely opposite effect if you overeat. Eat only as much as fits in your clasped hands.
What happens when you eat too many different products at once?
The simpler the food mixture and the simpler the foods, the more effective digestion is. If you overeat, everything extra that the body can no longer process due to a lack of enzymes starts to ferment and sour, leading to toxins in unprocessed food entering the intestines and forming a fermenting mass. As a result, toxins like indole and skatole are formed. You feel tired and have a headache. Toxins affect blood vessel walls, causing cracks where sticky low-density lipoprotein (bad cholesterol) gets stuck. The fewer enzymes, the better they work. The better the enzymes work, the more amino acids are obtained. The more amino acids enter the bloodstream, the less a person wants to eat. Thus, a closed loop is formed.
Plant-based proteins are a better choice.
All plant-based products contain proteins; in summer, eat green leaf salads. For example, pine nuts contain 19 amino acids. Processing meat consumes a lot of vitamin C and calcium. Do not eat meat every day. It adversely affects your health. The level of acids and toxins in the blood increases. To neutralize the acids, the body uses your calcium. The kidneys and liver are overworked. Favorable conditions for kidney stones are created. Excessive consumption of meat can lead to liver diseases, prostate cancer, arthritis, osteoporosis, etc. If you cannot give up red meat, combine it with vegetables and leaf salads, but not with bread, pasta, or potatoes. Remember valuable protein sources like spirulina, blue-green algae, and bee pollen. From these products, the body can assimilate over 85% of proteins, but from meat, if cooked at temperatures above +200°C, only 20%. Moreover, thermally unprocessed plant-based products also contain valuable minerals.
Correctly combine products.
Even the most valuable products, if incorrectly combined with others, will not bring any benefit.
Do not eat fruits at the end of meals.
Fruits are the most quickly digestible products and require entirely different enzymes than the previously mentioned products, so always eat fruits separately, at least 30 minutes after consuming other food groups. For example, eating an apple after chicken will soon start to ferment in the stomach, causing gas.
Do not mix vegetables and fruits.
Eaten separately, they are better assimilated.
Drink freshly squeezed vegetable juices.
At least once a week, prepare yourself a freshly squeezed green juice (cocktail). It is rich in chlorophyll (green color), which purifies the blood, participates in the creation of red blood cells, and provides energy. Such juice contains all the valuable vitamins and microelements.


Carbohydrates and proteins do not digest simultaneously
When consumed together, proteins and starch-containing products do not fully break down due to the action of digestive juices, so the fermentation of starch and putrefaction of proteins begin, accompanied by an unpleasant smell. As a result, dysbacteriosis, stomach ulcers, gallbladder dyskinesia, Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, hemorrhoids, spastic colitis, pancreatitis, proctitis, appendicitis, etc., may occur. Therefore, do not eat meat with bread, pasta, and potatoes together. If these products are eaten together, various enzymes and digestive juices in the stomach "fight" each other until they neutralize each other, resulting in food not being well digested and fermenting in the intestines, forming gases and belching. Moreover, stomach pains and energy depletion occur because nutrients are not digested and assimilated. Both meat and bread, potatoes, and pasta can be eaten together with vegetables and greens.

Sequentially, in more detail, how it happens. As soon as food enters the stomach, it is immediately processed with various types of gastric juice. Then it moves to the pyloric part of the stomach and further into the duodenum, where the processing continues. Food consisting of carbohydrates needs 2-3 times less time for processing than food consisting of proteins. From a biochemical perspective, grains, vegetables, starches, sugars are carbohydrates, requiring an alkaline environment for processing, but the stomach is acidic, so their processing in the stomach is fast, being processed with acid, they undergo a disinfecting function, the main processing occurs in the intestines in an alkaline environment and is also fast, unless carbohydrates are mixed with proteins.

Proteins require a lot of acid and are processed with the enzyme pepsin. If carbohydrates and proteins enter the stomach simultaneously, for example, bread with cheese, then the cheese is not properly processed into monomers and enters the duodenum, where the environment is alkaline. In that case, the pancreas tries to secrete a maximum amount of the enzyme trypsin to process it somehow. It means that the pancreas regularly working in overload mode starts to develop a problem like pancreatitis. Unprocessed proteins start to putrefy, and carbohydrates to sour. Part of them is processed by pathogenic microflora, but another part remains undigested and is squeezed through the intestinal mucosa pores together with digested proteins, entering the liver through the portal vein with the blood flow and partially being detoxified, simultaneously overloading the liver. The undetoxified part begins to burden the entire organism, causing an immune reaction antigen - antibody. In the large intestine, during the putrefaction process, such substances as skatole, indole, ammonia, hydrogen sulfide, amines are released.

The beginning of constipation, abdominal bloating is not only in the wrong choice of products but also in their eating order, for example, eating meat and then bread or beans and then salads on top. If this continues regularly, other consequences appear: irritable bowel syndrome, dysbacteriosis, excessive bacterial growth syndrome in the intestines. Everything is interconnected, and if a person does not draw conclusions, much more serious problems follow.

Compatibility of Food Products

To avoid fermentation and souring processes in the intestinal tract and to better assimilate the eaten food, the following simple basic rules should be followed.

In one meal, do not combine.

Carbohydrates and starches – for example, sweet pastries, pastries with fruit filling, sweet porridges.

Starches and proteins – for example, pasta with meat, cereals with meat, sausage with bread.

Carbohydrates and proteins – for example, milk with honey or sugar, nuts with raisins or honey, sweet pastries containing eggs, sweet cottage cheese.

Can combine.

  Fats with starch – for example, butter with bread.

   Fats with proteins – for example, cream.

  Fats with carbohydrates – for example, vegetable salads with oil.

  Proteins with vegetables – for example, meat, cottage cheese, nuts with vegetable salads.


Try to avoid these products

  θ Smoked or boiled sausage. Contains carcinogenic substances. Smoking process produces a large amount of nitrites. They have a destructive effect on immunity. Try to limit the use of products containing monosodium glutamate (E-621).

  θ Mayonnaise in plastic packaging. Vinegar reacts with the plastic film's dioxide, which is a carcinogen. It's better to make mayonnaise at home. The only downside - its shelf life is only a few hours unless preservatives are used. If a child craves mayonnaise, it indicates a lack of fats in the diet. Also, note that the process of making mayonnaise involves lipid peroxidation, i.e., the formation of mutagens.

  θ Smoked or melted cheese. Hardly processed in the body, also contains nitrites. The amino acid structure in melted cheese is disrupted, and the body cannot assimilate it.

  θ Dry broth cubes, instant dry soups, or spices containing monosodium glutamate E-621. It is a flavor enhancer. Suppresses the feeling of satiety. Promotes neurodegenerative changes in the body. Especially undesirable in children's diets.

  θ Fish roe, lightly salted herring. Roe can only be very salty or frozen, herrings only very salty. They do not store in oil or wine. Urotropin and citric acid (or another name) have been used. Acidic environment and formaldehyde create a powerful cellular poison formalin, used to preserve corpses. These products are a huge shock to the pancreas and liver. For example, in Kamchatka, where caviar is obtained, it is stored only in a frozen form.

  θ Crab sticks. Basically, it is a mixture of crab essence and fish processing waste with genetically modified soy.

  θ Black olives. Olives are a wonderful, healthy product. When ripe, they turn black. However, for preservation, unripe green olives light yellow-green in color are used. The black preserved ones offered in stores are the same yellow-green ones. Processed with alkali and after saturation with oxygen, olives turn black. To make the color durable, they are treated with an emulsifier for color stabilization - ferrous gluconate (E-579), making it a product harmful to health.

  θ Canned green peas and corn. Except for green peas grown in organic farms, they are most likely GMO products. Genetic modification is applied so that peas and corn do not overcook and acquire the necessary product appearance (do not wrinkle).

  θ Pickled products. Contain vinegar, which harms the kidneys and destroys red blood cells erythrocytes. Vinegar embalms. New cells are not formed. We age faster. Acid-induced consequences in the body – acidosis and dysbiosis.

  θ Chips. Classified as fast carbohydrates. Contain substances that negatively affect nerve cells and not only.

  θ Sweet corn flakes. Contain sugar substitutes, for example, cyclamate, because sugar, processing corn flakes at +140°C, burns.

  θ Pastries. White bread lacks coarse fibers, and the body does not signal satiety. Sugar combined with yeast guarantees the presence of fungi in the body.

  θ Dairy products stored for more than two weeks. To achieve this, possibly, antiseptic packaging was used, some antibiotic or bacterial antagonist was added, capable of producing antimicrobial substances and enzymes that suppress the natural environment of the organism. For example, if you put crushed berries or fruits into fresh sour milk, fermentation, stratification, souring, etc., will occur. To prevent this, coagulants, antioxidants, stabilizers must be added. Otherwise, it is not possible.

  θ Jams and jellies in which fresh whole berries are visible. To achieve this, sugar alone is not enough. Very strong food antioxidants must be used. There are simply no other options.

  θ Black tea, instant coffee, sweetened carbonated drinks, juices in tetra packs. Make the internal environment acidic, and deprive the body Black and green tea poured with hot water should not be brewed for longer than 30 seconds, as harmful substances start to form.

  θ Tea fungus. It is actually mold that further develops in the intestines.

  θ Margarine. Disrupts metabolic processes in cells because the body cannot assimilate solid vegetable fats. Each cell membrane consists of 3 layers (a protein layer in the middle and two phospholipid layers on the outside). During the production of margarine, the molecular configuration is significantly altered. Altered molecules are arranged among the other cell membrane molecules in the phospholipid layer, blocking cell permeability, preventing nutrients from entering. Increases the risk of cancer, diabetes, obesity. This also applies to butter with a fat content lower than 82%. It is not possible to obtain it in home conditions. This can only be achieved by hydrolysis.

About Oils
Regarding plant-based oils, it should be noted that they should not be overheated because at high temperatures, they quickly oxidize and turn into trans fats, which are strong carcinogens causing oncological diseases. An exception is coconut oil, which is the most suitable for frying. It is favored by elite restaurants because it does not create any smell during frying. Next are rice oil and olive oil. For frying, of course, only refined oils should be used. Fresh (in salads) should only use unrefined oils. They should be first cold-pressed, un-deodorized, obtained by cold method. Palm oil forms insoluble compounds in the blood. This can be seen in a dark field microscope. Since this oil is cheap, it is widely used in the food industry, disguised as "vegetable oil," so it would be worth specifying what exactly that oil is.
Unsaturated Omega-3 Fatty Acids
The omega-3 molecule is very unstable, often changing shape. In this way, it gives elasticity, making movement more fluid. Cell membranes become more flexible, blood becomes thinner, and the nervous system operates faster, vision becomes sharper, intellectual abilities increase, and heart function improves. To ensure that omega-3 is in sufficient quantity, especially for pregnant women, as it affects the child's vision, special care is needed.

Omega-6 is the opposite. The molecule is stable. Stores well. Gives firmness. Blood becomes thicker, coagulation is promoted, scars heal better. Increasing the proportion of omega-6 fatty acids in the diet weakens cell membrane resistance and reduces connective tissue strength, resulting in their degradation.

Oil containing a lot of omega-3 quickly becomes bitter, and its shelf life is slightly more than a week. This does not satisfy manufacturers and retailers, so chemical processing is performed to reduce the proportion of omega-3. As a result, nowadays, people develop a large disproportion - a huge surplus of omega-6. Also in pork lard, eggs, and dairy fats, fish farmed in fish farms, if they are fed primarily with combined feed from grains and soy, have a high proportion of omega-6. Feeding them with greens, as it was done in the past, is economically unprofitable. For example, the egg yolks of free-range chickens, if the birds live in the wild, eat caterpillars and grass (chlorophyll), then omega-3 is more than 20 times compared to chickens kept in captivity and fed combined feed. The egg yolks of free-range chickens are usually orange in tone, caused by chlorophyll, and it is a sign that the egg contains all the valuable substances. Feeding chickens with grain feed results in pale yolks. To prevent this, large producers incorporate dye into the combined feed.

The ideal option is cold-pressed linseed oil and chia seeds. In contrast, almonds (nuts) contain a lot of omega-6. Linseeds mainly contain alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), but if the gastrointestinal tract functions normally, it is converted into the required form of docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), thus eliminating the need for animal-derived products.

Use at least 5 anti-parasitic products every day
These are garlic, onions, lemons, pumpkin, caraway, and dill seeds, chili peppers, pine, pine buds in spring, plants with a bitter taste - wormwood and chicory, aloe, cinnamon, cloves, turmeric, horseradish, mustard. Also, spices like bay leaves, dill, celery, organic acid-containing berries - currants, blueberries, cranberries, etc. All these products are disliked by viruses, bacteria, fungi, and worms.
Cell Nutrition
Every day, 100 million cells die in our body, and the same number of new ones are formed. After 28 days, we have different skin, and after 120 days, different blood. After 2 years - the heart, after 4 years – the liver, after 7 years - bones. The human body has 100 trillion cells, and each of them demands regular food supply, but to receive energy and building materials, the diet must include about 90 types of minerals necessary for the synthesis of vitamins, amino acids, and fatty acids.


Products that Lower the Level of the Male Sex Hormone Testosterone in the Blood
Chicken meat.
Except for those raised in organic farms, because chickens are fed with special hormones to grow faster. Moreover, chicken meat contains 6 female hormones, so it is especially undesirable for boys, as it can cause problems with masculinity. Better to buy guinea fowl meat. Guinea fowls do not tolerate hormones and antibiotics, so guinea fowl meat producers do not use them.
Promotes the conversion of testosterone into estrogen (female sex hormone).
Contain the enzyme aromatase, which converts testosterone into estrogen.

Excessive alcohol and caffeine consumption.

Fast food meals.
They contain a negligible amount of nutrients, but an increased amount of trans fats and saturated fats.


Child Nutrition
The best gift parents can leave for their child is to lay the foundations for good health for life. After decoding human genes, scientists discovered that 80% of people do not reach the potential programmed in their genes. Some do not reach the growth intended by their genes, others do not develop potential intellectual abilities, etc. All adult health problems are formed in childhood, during the period of the body's fastest growth (up to 14 years old). If during this time the child's dietary needs are fully met, development occurs without disturbances. Each body system has a peak period of growth and development. If this period, when the most active formation of an organ occurs, coincides with a deficiency in adequate nutrition, this organ will suffer the most. In the future, these organs will be most affected by stress, most often affected by inflammations and diseases. Nutrition is a more important factor than heredity.

WHO (World Health Organization) recommends the following basic products for children's diets: main meals - cereals, dairy products, animal-derived proteins (better absorbed than plant proteins, for this reason, children are not advised to refrain from meat), locally sourced vegetables, fruits and berries, plant oils and animal fats, carbohydrates, legumes, salt (twice less than adults), a sufficient amount of water (30ml per 1kg of weight per day).

It should be added that these recommendations apply to children who consume a traditional diet, meaning a significant proportion of their diet consists of animal-derived products. The intestinal microflora has adapted to such a diet, so plant-derived products are assimilated weaker. However, in this case, the toxic load significantly increases. Children find it easier to excrete toxins that have not yet accumulated much and do not make themselves known, but it is only a matter of time. To prevent this, it is recommended to accustom children to a plant-based diet. By the way, children can switch to such a diet much more easily than adults.

If, however, for understandable reasons, parents are not ready to switch to an adequate diet as intended by nature for humans, which would be the ideal option, then at least such recommendations, albeit slightly, could improve the situation.

Should be cooked at temperatures up to +60°C. Choose usual cereals without artificial flavorings. The most worthless is semolina. Do not use a microwave for cooking, as it completely disrupts the product's molecular structure, making it, at best, of low value.
Recommended veal and poultry meat.
Pork (except for bacon) and sheep meat (sheep fats have a high melting temperature) are not recommended.
From fish, white lean ones are recommended.
For example, flounder, hake, cod, trout. Fatty, dried, strongly salted and lightly salted, dried (not protected from parasites), previously frozen, canned fish are not recommended. If you want to eat canned food, oil-cooked is a better choice.
Can be fresh, frozen, stewed, boiled. Due to the high vinegar content, pickled vegetables should not be used in children's diets. The best are carrots (also its juice, to which a little oil should be added because carrots are rich in fat-soluble vitamin A), zucchinis, pumpkins, all kinds of cabbages, cucumbers. Use fewer nightshade family plants. That is tomatoes, potatoes, eggplants, because they may contain solanine. Use peas and beans in small amounts. Pea soup is a good choice. From greens - salads, sorrel, spinach. Green onions for small children are better given fried. Beets only boiled as well as corn. Corn flakes only unsweetened.
Best fresh, can be baked. Juices must be diluted with water. Best are apricots, apples, raisins (except for large transparent raisins, which are treated with sulfur). Oranges and tangerines – minimally. Plums, grapes a little (preferably without seeds). Apples should be peeled, although the peel contains many valuable substances, but to store them for a long time, they are treated with polymer, chloroform, or other antifungal agents. Cherries are best in season, preferably those not treated with chemicals or at least local ones. Likewise, watermelons are best consumed in season to avoid poisoning with nitrates used to accelerate ripening. The ideal option for children's nutrition (if possible to get biologically grown) is dried apricots, which are crushed and mixed with water. Only defrosted persimmon, which has become transparent after freezing, may be consumed.
Best are wild-picked raspberries, blueberries, lingonberries, and other wild berries.
Yeast-free is recommended. No buns, cakes, and pies (homemade pies can). Better crackers, bagels, galettes.
Only with 82% fat content. Children should not use hydrolyzed fats and industrially produced mayonnaise.
Sour milk products.
Only without sugar and with a short shelf life, preferably in glass packaging. Yogurt without sugar is a good product because it contains maximally assimilable proteins. Unfortunately, the yogurt offered in stores often contains modified starch (provokes severe allergic reactions), dye - carmine, sugar.
Children are very sensitive to water quality. If you are not sure about it – boil the water. You can add lemon juice. Children should not consume sweetened carbonated drinks, juices in tetra packs (natural vitamins cannot be stored for more than 2 months), coffee, and flavored teas. Black and green tea are not recommended.
Excess Carbohydrates
Educators complain that nowadays children have become hyperactive and uncontrollable, poorly assimilating the study material. Child psychologists are called for help, but there is no result. And there won't be, as long as everyone, including parents, does not understand that children are not to blame here. The culprit is the diet, which does not contain enough fats and proteins, but only fast carbohydrates, and somewhere the child has to release the energy surge from sweets. Sugar consumption, compared to our ancestors, has increased 100 times. But if sugar consumption increases, there will inevitably be a deficiency of proteins, fats, vitamins, and microelements. To diagnose this, no complicated examinations are necessary, it is enough for the doctor to ask the patient a simple question: "What do you eat and drink every day?"

This applies to both children and adults. You can consume vitamins and microelements in the form of nutritional supplements in huge amounts, but it is important to understand that the effect of isolated nutrients differs from that obtained by consuming the same substance with food. It is also necessary to consider that proteins are needed to transport other necessary substances. Otherwise, it is with natural product bee bread – it contains all possible amino acids from which to synthesize proteins for transport functions as well as enzymes, vitamins, and microelements.

Protein Deficiency
It should be noted right away that the title "protein deficiency" is not quite correct because what a person needs is not proteins but amino acids. If the gastrointestinal tract is healthy and it receives food as intended by nature for humans, all amino acids are synthesized, including essential ones. Minerals are needed because no living organism can synthesize them.

With increased sugar consumption, protein consumption inevitably decreases. Each nerve cell requires specific proteins (more than 1500 types). If the body is fully supplied with proteins, a person consumes "live" thermally or otherwise not killed, that is, rich in enzymes, nutrition, the nervous system withstands very heavy loads, but if not, apathy, fatigue, unwillingness to learn appear. When a child is born, the branching of brain cell neurons (axons), through which nerve impulses are transmitted, are only 10 cm long, but reaching adult size, the branching length can extend more than one meter. Brain cells throughout life strive to establish as many interconnections as possible. If a neuron cell has died, it cannot be restored, only the part of the neuron connections can. Nerve fibers consist of two layers of fats or lipids. The impulse along them moves at a speed of 1 – 3 m/s. This is the slow group, which makes up 20%. The remaining 80% of nerve fibers are covered with the insulating layer myelin, consisting of proteins and lipoids. Therefore, in this group of fibers, the speed of nerve impulses reaches 200 – 300 m/s. If there is a lack of proteins, there are disturbances in the functions of the nervous system, which can manifest in various ways. This problem is very relevant today, as, thanks to modern industrial food, protein deficiency is relevant for more than 90% of people.

It is a fatal mistake not to include food containing easily assimilable proteins, such as those in plant-based products, especially nowadays when the intellectual load has increased significantly. Even if there is little energy, first of all, it will be directed to the brain, and everything will be fine with intellectual development. Worse if there is a deficiency of proteins and fats. In this case, a child psychologist is powerless. A child's health and development, including intellectual, directly depend on the diet the child receives. Conclusion - first, build the structure, and then provide energy, otherwise – energy without structure is chaos.

The quality of fatty acids. Not only the amount of omega-6 is important, but also the ratio to omega-3 (the ideal ratio of omega-3 to omega-6 is 5:1 or at least 1:1). Compared to products produced in organic livestock farms, conventionally produced dairy and meat products, as well as fish farmed in captivity (fed with combined feed), contain half as much omega-3 long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids - docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA). Since these polyunsaturated fatty acids are weakly synthesized in the human body, if the gastrointestinal flora is not as intended by nature, it is important to receive these polyunsaturated fatty acids with food. Their sufficiency is an important factor, especially for the development of a child's brain, as well as the nervous and cardiovascular systems. Beekeeping products contain omega-3 in bee bread, and in good quality, because industrial artificial bee bread is not yet produced.

Parents of sweet-toothed children should remember that excessive consumption of sweets is a step towards metabolic syndrome, which, in turn, borders on atherosclerosis, obesity, bronchial asthma, and oncology. Give the child bitter, spicy, pungent to expand the taste spectrum. Teach children to drink water. The child instinctively knows that water should be drunk, and do not try to teach the opposite. Children must receive fats. Fats are especially needed for the lungs, otherwise, the body's oxygen supply will suffer, especially if engaged in sports in winter. Cholesterol is needed to have material for hormone production. The only justifiable case for consuming fast carbohydrates is before heavy physical exertions.

Dairy Products
In nature, each mammal is intended to have its own milk, which differs in composition and is intended for a specific period of life. The use of milk from other species of animals means violating natural laws, which in turn leads to diseases. The situation with dairy products is made even more unhealthy by the food industry - milk is pasteurized, homogenized, colorants, modified starch, thickeners, flavorings, stabilizers, etc., are added. Possibly, vegetable fats and milk powder, which cannot be stored without preservatives, are added.

If a sour milk product has a shelf life of more than 4-5 days, it means that it does not contain live bacteria. Also, if sugar is added, it means that there are no live bacteria in this product. Sugar and bacteria are mutually exclusive components. For example, all sweet yogurts do not contain live bacteria because it cannot be.

When milk comes into contact with air, the cholesterol in it undergoes oxidation. Nature has intended that milk is sucked and does not come into contact with air. Milk can also cause problems if it contains pesticide residues from animal feed, antibiotics, as well as harmful substances added during the milk processing process. If a few decades ago, a normal yield from 1 cow per year was considered to be 5000 kg, today there are farms with a yield of over 20000 kg per year. This is achieved not only through selective methods but also through the use of hormonal preparations, including modified hormones. Cows with large yields are very sensitive to various infectious diseases, against which lymphocytes constantly fight, and therefore often pus discharges end up in milk. Giving a calf only store-bought milk in tetra packs after birth, after two months, the calf is no longer viable, although nature has intended that milk should be the calf's main staple food.

Children who receive cow's milk often have increased weight because pus, fats, and parasites create excess body mass. Possibly, these children grow faster, but they often have problems with kidneys and liver because the human stomach is not

 intended for such an amount of proteins, especially hard-to-digest ones like casein. It is intended for the digestion of accidentally ingested proteins, as well as serving as a protective barrier against viruses, bacteria, or, for example, worms when eating wormy apples, etc. The child's intestinal tract is not intended for such an acidic environment created by cow's milk. It contains twice as much protein as mother's milk, so the stomach creates a much more acidic environment. Acids entering the intestinal tract can damage the intestinal walls and cause bleeding, resulting in bloody diarrhea and iron deficiency, so in such a situation, it would be absurd to consume more meat, as some incompetent specialists suggest.

The most valuable dairy product for humans is whey, as it consists of easily digestible proteins albumin and globulins.

Sour Milk Products  

This is a better choice because bacteria and fungi partially break down the hard-to-digest protein casein in milk, making it easier for humans to assimilate such products. In the past, milk was soured using lactic acid bacteria, simply allowing the milk to sour slowly on its own. Nowadays, things are done differently. Milk is pasteurized at +80°C or higher. This means that good bacteria are mostly not surviving, compared to pathogenic ones. To speed up the souring process, lactic acid bacteria are added, but to further accelerate the process, it has come to the point where various types of molds, micro mycetes, or different types of yeasts are used.

Unfortunately, yeast molds suppress symbiosis or good intestinal microflora, which inevitably affects immunity. Not for nothing is there a saying - immunity is born in the intestines. Yeast molds promote inflammatory and oncological processes. The same applies to the factor that was not present in the past - antibiotics, hormonal preparations, and GMO components in combined cow feed were not used in dairy farming. Hormones and antibiotics do not disappear, they are transferred to humans and continue their action.

Kefir increases the acidity of the stomach and the duodenum, provoking gastritis and ulcers. Kefir cannot restore symbiotic intestinal microflora. It can be done, for example, with pickled cabbage, which also contains lactic acid bacteria. Kefir is essentially a double fermentation, that is, a product of two processes - lactic acid and alcohol. Milk always contains carbohydrates (lactose), that is, sugar, to which yeast is added, and during the fermentation process, ethyl alcohol is formed, which is a universal solvent for fats, actually a protoplasmic poison, affecting all organs. Kefir contains about 0.5% ethyl alcohol, if it stands in warmth, they are 2-3%, but if such is drunk at night, or sugar is added, fermentation continues, and percentages can be even higher. A dramatic situation arises if such a product is given to a child - a start to alcoholism.

It is believed that breastfeeding is the best nutrition for a small child, and nothing can compare to it. Why then do children suffer from diathesis, bronchial croup, rickets, if they eat only mother's milk? It turns out that the composition of milk depends on what the mother eats. Inadequate diet and incorrect combination of it, fermentation and souring processes inevitably reflect in mother's milk.

Compared to animal milk, human milk does not contain the protein casein, hard to digest for the human body, which requires significant microelements such as zinc, potassium, magnesium, etc.

Green Plants
Hemoglobin is a direct copy of chlorophyll. Its molecule consists of 514 amino acids and 4 iron atoms. In solution, iron looks red. Similar composition is chlorophyll - 514 amino acids and 4 magnesium atoms. In solution, magnesium looks green. Through vitamin B12 (cobalamin) via cobalt, replacing 4 iron atoms with 4 magnesium atoms, green plant juice - plant blood turns into human blood. The lifespan of erythrocytes is approximately 120 days. Anemia or anemia is relevant for 40% of the world's population. To avoid this disease, it is recommended to include green-colored plants in the daily diet, such as green onions, dill, celery, parsley, basil, nettles, broccoli, sorrel, etc.
GMO Food
Natural selection and genetic engineering are completely different - it is a different process and different risks, so they should not be confused. Genetic engineering is imperfect because it cannot control the gene insertion process, as the available DNA information is not so complete to predict the outcome. It's like changing a few letters in a text, moreover, if it is written in an unknown language. The question is – can you rely on it not changing the meaning of the text?

The very process of gene insertion, whether it occurs with a bioballistic cannon or bacterial infection followed by cell cloning, causes unpredictable side effects in plants. For example, in the round-up resistant corn created, about 200 proteins and metabolites differ from those in regular corn. Among the known ones, such as the monoamines putrescine and cadaverine, which are actually carcinogens, appear. The mutual interaction of emerging metabolites and proteins on humans has not been studied at all, as they are very complex and time-consuming studies. However, experiments with animals show that within less than a couple of weeks, changes occur in all their organs and systems.

Inserting foreign genes into plants most often occurs using a tumor-forming bacterium plasmid (circular bacterial DNA). Inserting bacterial genomes into plants disrupts the hormonal balance of plants. Uncontrolled cell division and growth can occur, leading to oncological diseases. Adding genetically modified products to animal feed results in changes in animal organisms and their offspring, or even the inability to produce them.

When a person digests genetically modified food, artificially created genes are transferred to the human body and change the nature of beneficial bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract, negatively affecting immunity. Promotes the synthesis of proteins unusual for the human body. Pathogenic bacteria that may be resistant to antibiotics, as well as the possible emergence of previously unknown toxins in the body and allergic reactions, appear. Long-term consumption of GMO food endangers the reproductive system. Nature strives to preserve biological diversity, therefore it does not allow different plant and animal species to crossbreed and form mutants, but if this has happened accidentally or artificially, further propagation is not allowed. It is a natural mechanism for preserving the diversity of animal and plant species. It could even be said that GMO food is a means of reducing the population.

Hydrogenated Fats
In unsaturated plant fat molecules, hydrogen molecules are "pressed" into free places under high pressure, and they become saturated fats, which are harmful to health, one might say, dangerous when consumed long-term. Palm oil is mainly used as a raw material. By hydrogenating it, a convenient consistency and a long shelf life can be obtained.

There is another type of hydrogenated fat that cannot be classified as either saturated or unsaturated fats. These are trans fatty acids. Hydrogen atoms across the fat molecule under high temperature are transported to the other side in a new place, forming a reversed structure of fat molecules.

Hydrogenated fats or margarine are widely used in public catering places because, when cooking with them, food is less likely to burn and they can be used several times. These fats are widely used in confectionery products in cakes, cookies, etc. Also in candies, chocolates, ice cream, cheap cheeses, cream products, etc.

If the daily menu contains a lot of such fats, but a small amount of unsaturated fats, it hinders the functioning of the brain because cell membranes are damaged, including nerve cells. Small blood vessels are clogged, promoting a series of serious diseases.


Fast Carbohydrates
Proteins (meat, eggs, cottage cheese, etc.) in the gastrointestinal tract are processed up to 8 hours. Fats (butter, oils, bacon, etc.) 6 hours, but slow carbohydrates (dried fruits, honey, cereals, etc.) 2 – 6 hours. Whereas fast carbohydrates (potatoes, white bread, sugar, sweetened drinks, sausages, dumplings, hot dogs, chips, pasta also bananas and grapes, candies, etc.) are processed 1 - 2 hours. Lovers of fast carbohydrates are always eating and eternally hungry people who have a deficiency of fats and proteins. Combined with a sedentary lifestyle, fast carbohydrates are slow death. The only permissible case for their consumption would be before heavy physical exertions. It is especially undesirable for children to become dependent on fast carbohydrates when the rapidly growing body needs building material proteins, as well as the material for hormones – cholesterol, but lacks fats. For example, for boys during puberty, when the synthesis of the male hormone testosterone begins, if there is an abundance of fast carbohydrates during this period, but a deficiency of proteins and fats, cholesterol-containing products are not consumed, as a consequence - there is no raw material for testosterone synthesis, this can become one of the reasons for a different sexual orientation. Even before the child is born, the mother can already influence the hormonal balance during pregnancy, not consuming enough fats.

People massively started using grains and legumes about 10000 years ago. Paleontologists studying human skeletons have found that 12000 years ago, when grains were not used, the average human height was 183 cm, and the skeletons showed no signs of arthrosis, but the brain was 15% larger than now. This means that grains have contributed to human degradation or involution. It is only possible to imagine the pace at which this is happening today when people's basic diet often consists of sweetened drinks and flour-containing products – pasta, pastries, cookies, and other products, especially those containing wheat flour.

What You Should Know About Potatoes
It has been about 200-300 years since potatoes appeared here. They contain lectins (proteins that are poorly assimilated), and the body has not yet been able to adapt to them. In potatoes, when stored incorrectly (in prolonged contact with light), solanine can form. It is a plant glycoside that acts as a neurotoxin, damaging the brain and more. It has fungicidal and insecticidal properties. Solanine causes irritation of the nervous system, but in larger quantities, it can even damage erythrocytes.

Instead of potatoes, alternatives should be used more often – parsnips, root celery. Compared to potatoes, they contain resistant carbohydrates, not fast carbohydrates, that is, glucose monomers packaged in the form of starch, which quickly increases blood sugar levels. Also, Jerusalem artichokes are considered an alternative to potatoes. Compared to potatoes, they consist not of starch, but of the polysaccharide inulin, consisting of fructose monomers. Therefore, if Jerusalem artichokes are eaten raw, there is no increase in blood sugar levels.

Boiled potatoes have a glycemic index of 97. This means that, regularly and long-term consuming potatoes in the diet, there is a very high probability of hyperglycemia and insulin resistance, promoting a series of popular diseases today, increasing the risk of obesity, metabolic syndrome, type II diabetes, and other diseases.

Bread is No Longer What It Used to Be
Unfortunately, bread is no longer what our ancestors used to eat. Along came pesticides, a much larger amount of gluten, thermophilic yeast, often margarine and sugar are added. Bread has become one of the causes of colds, varicose veins, hemorrhoids, it causes problems for the liver. Thermally processed starch and gluten form a paste or glue, which enters the stomach and intestinal tract, breaks down into monomers and enters the bloodstream, spreading throughout the body. The first to suffer is our blood filter, the liver, the paste clogs the microcapillaries. As a result, liver cells hepatocytes do not receive oxygen and die within a few minutes. Although liver cells regenerate very quickly, the modern human lifestyle has provided them with such a load that they can no longer keep up with regeneration, and fibrotic tissues begin to grow in place of liver tissue, that is, liver fibrosis occurs.

The amount of blood previously expelled by the heart through the liver can no longer pass, so blood begins to accumulate in the leg veins and the veins of the small pelvic organs. Varicose vein expansion, thrombophlebitis, and hemorrhoids are typical problems for consumers of thermally processed starch (white bread, pasta, cookies, etc.).

Bread baking temperature reaches +200°C. This means that almost all vitamins, fatty acids, proteins are destroyed, but lectins remain. Bread quickly raises blood sugar levels because it has a very high glycemic index, even higher than sugar for white bread.

Yeast Bread
Grains were intended by nature for humans for long periods of hunger. Unprocessed sprouted grains contain everything necessary for humans - carbohydrates, proteins, fats, microelements, vitamins, and fiber, but it should be considered that they may contain lectins, so ideally, it would be better to use green sprouts – sprouted grain greens. Instead of using them fully, people spoil, kill them, and add toxins. Nature is arranged so that, so grains do not start to sprout out of time, they contain inhibitors, or enzyme blockers, that do not allow them to activate. This means that access to valuable substances is limited.

Instead of using grains in sprouted form, they are ground and thermally processed, thereby losing a large part of valuable substances. Thermally processed products lack hydrogen bonds. Energy dissipates, and the product becomes entropic.

But that's not all. Since conventionally grown grains are treated with fungicides, natural yeasts found on the grain husk are partially destroyed. To make the dough sour from such grains and moreover, to make this process very fast, yeast is added.

Yeasts are microorganisms belonging to the single-cell fungi group, which includes about 1500 species. Natural yeast saccharomyces (saccharomyces) is found everywhere, on fruits, vegetables, on grapes, in cheeses, etc. Yeast reproduces vegetatively. About 300 different types of yeasts have been identified in nature. Also, in the flour from which bread is baked, there are yeasts. It cannot be avoided. However, the temperature of 36.7°C is uncomfortable for natural yeast, and it stops reproducing. Those who use yeast-free (with natural leaven) bread have probably noticed that such bread hardly ever molds. Therefore, our ancestors could afford to bake bread rarely, as there were no storage problems, moreover, matured bread is more easily processed in the stomach. Bread baked with natural leaven is richer in organic acids, vitamins, minerals, pectin substances, fiber, etc.

It is different with man-made artificial yeast, which is thermophilic (thermolatent) and continues to reproduce even at a higher, that is, human body temperature. Such yeast is not found in the natural environment. In the food industry, yeasts that can reproduce even in an anaerobic, that is, oxygen-free environment, are used. The production of yeast for baking bread uses more than 50 ingredients, among which are sulfuric acid, ammonia, foam extinguishers, the strongest cellular poison formalin. The alcohol formation process releases such toxic substances as diacetyl, acetyl methyl carbinol, dimethyl sulfide, isoamyl alcohol, which give bread a pleasant specific flavor.

Thermophilic yeast in the gastrointestinal tract has an ideal environment (warmth, moisture, nutrients), and it causes fermentation. It is accompanied by gas release (meteorism) caused not by bacteria, but by yeast fungi in an oxygen environment, consuming carbohydrates and releasing alcohols, as well as carbon dioxide.

As a result, the diaphragm of the lungs is compressed and no longer reaches the required volume. All digestive organs are also compressed. The lower part of the lungs is also pressed, and sometimes the heart is positioned horizontally.

With yeast, a person does not receive nutrients, on the contrary, yeast takes nutrients from a person. Yeasts can even outcompete pathogenic intestinal microflora, which can be considered an advantage. They feed on dairy products, flour, sugar. Limiting the consumption of these products can reduce the activity of yeasts. Also, maintaining an alkaline environment in the body promotes the expulsion of yeast microflora.

Previously, thermophilic yeast was obtained from sugar molasses, diluting it with water and then treating it with chlorine lime, acidifying with sulfuric acid. Now such components are no longer used, as GMO technologies have appeared, but the result is similar, further consequences are even harder to predict.

Consumption of products containing thermolatent yeast leads to fermentation in the gastrointestinal tract. Accompanied by gas release, caused not by bacteria but yeast fungi in the presence of oxygen, consuming carbohydrates, and releasing alcohols, as well as carbon dioxide.

As a result, the diaphragm of the lungs is compressed, and no longer reaches the required volume. All digestive organs are also compressed. The lower part of the lungs is also pressed, and sometimes the heart is positioned horizontally.

In the past, thermophilic yeasts were obtained from sugar molasses by diluting it with water and then treating it with chlorinated lime, acidifying with sulfuric acid. Now such ingredients are no longer used because GMO technologies have emerged, but the result is similar, with further consequences even harder to predict.

The thermal resistance of yeast fungal spores can be easily verified by placing dry bread crumbs or even dry yeast in an oven at the same temperature as bread is baked, then placing it in an environment favorable to fungi similar to that in an organism (water + warmth + proteins + carbohydrates), thus initiating the fermentation process.

With yeast, a person does not receive nutrients; on the contrary, yeast takes nutrients from a person. Yeasts can even outcompete pathogenic intestinal microflora, which can be considered an advantage. They feed on dairy products, flour, sugar. Limiting the consumption of these products can reduce the activity of yeasts. Also, maintaining an alkaline environment in the body promotes the expulsion of yeast microflora.

Although yeasts break down proteins, resulting in amino acids and vitamins, this is not the most effective way for the body to obtain amino acids. Yeasts are more resistant than the cells of the human body, saliva cannot destroy them. Even when baking bread, they do not die because the spores are capable of withstanding very high temperatures. Eating both bread and confectionery products (various buns), initially yeast cells enter the gastrointestinal tract, then into the circulatory system and continue to reproduce, negatively affecting the microflora. There is also a risk that the normal intestinal microflora is replaced by acidic yeast, which is not suitable for the normal food processing process, as well as food assimilation. Calcium levels in the blood decrease because it is used to neutralize acids produced by yeast. The gastric mucosa is resistant to the action of acids, but, regularly consuming products containing yeast, as well as those that create an acidic environment (meat), the stomach cannot resist it for a long time. Symptoms such as burning, stomach pain, and ulcers begin to appear.

Thermophilic yeast in the gastrointestinal tract promotes the formation of gallstones. Constipation occurs, and tumors may form. Intestinal fermentation processes intensify, pathogenic microflora develops, intestinal villi are traumatized, resulting in slowed toxin removal from the body, fecal stones form, which over time grow into the intestinal mucosa. The secretions of the digestive organs lose their protective function, digestive abilities decrease, so vitamins are insufficiently assimilated and synthesized, as well as the assimilation of minerals, for example, calcium, decreases. Pathogenic microorganisms, escaping through the intestinal walls, enter the bloodstream. Thus, microbes, fungi, and viruses spread throughout the body.

Metabolism in cells is disrupted, the liver is overloaded, the biochemical composition of the blood changes, and blood flow in the capillaries slows down, clots form, the lymphatic system works with overload. Acid-base balance is disrupted (acidosis), opening the way for about 150 diseases. For example, losing important microelements such as calcium, potassium, magnesium, sodium, significantly increases the risk of such a widespread disease as osteoporosis.

Bread baked with thermolatent yeast from refined flours ("highest quality", or purified of all valuable) is a mucus-forming product, consisting essentially of gluten and starch. It heavily burdens the stomach because it forms lumps that are not fully processed and pollute the body. Therefore, matured rye sourdough bread with butter and garlic or horseradish would be more suitable.

In Latvia, the healthiest rye sourdough bread can be baked from the ancient rye variety "Kaupo", which is not as productive as the new varieties, so farmers, to get the maximum yield, choose other varieties, but leave the impact on human health to doctors. As always, profit for us, problems for you.

There is a belief that people drink coffee to get energized, not to fall asleep at the wheel or during night shifts on duty, but upon careful analysis of these benefits, it turns out that the real reasons are habit and addiction. If a person who has never drunk it is given coffee and if it is not added milk, sugar, or other additives – it will seem bitter and unpalatable.

Store-bought coffee has no positive properties. Possibly, some such properties exist in organically grown, unroasted coffee beans, but such coffee is not made from them. What we feel as an energy surge from coffee, because coffee promotes the breakdown of glycogen in the liver and the release of glucose, is the classic drug action mechanism, based on the use of the body's internal reserves. This applies to all drugs, both prohibited and permitted – nicotine, alcohol, energy drinks, etc. The action mechanism is very similar.

Coffee interferes with the production of gastric juice (enhances it), as well as other functions. It contains substances that affect the gastric and intestinal mucosa, meaning not only Helicobacter bacteria are to blame for causing ulcers and gastritis. The protective barriers of the stomach and intestines are weakened, and the person begins to get sick.

Coffee creates a very acidic internal environment in the body. The neutralization of these acids by the body consumes calcium reserves of about 700 milligrams per cup. Important minerals such as calcium, potassium, zinc, sodium, manganese, magnesium are excreted from the body. Especially harmful is instant coffee, as it contains heavy metal salts, which in turn damage the pancreas and liver.

The temperature at which coffee beans are roasted is +2200C. At this temperature, the minerals in the coffee beans have transformed into a form insoluble in water and are not usable by the human body, but the starch has caramelized, and a carcinogenic substance such as monoamine acrylamide is released, which is a powerful mutagen that also forms, for example, when roasting cocoa beans or baking potatoes, only in coffee it is in a larger amount. Systematic coffee consumption causes dysfunction of the sphincter (muscle) between the stomach and the esophagus, which can promote acid reflux (stomach acid entering the esophagus) and chemical burns of the esophagus.

Caffeine stimulates the production of the neurotransmitter endorphin and such stress and fear hormones as adrenaline, noradrenaline, and cortisol. Increased hormone production is always stress for the body. Also, dousing oneself with cold water, the adrenal glands intensively release hormones, creating vivacity in this way. In various ways, over a long period of time, frequently stimulating hormone release, the wear and tear of the hormone-producing adrenal gland are promoted, as well as the overall faster aging of the body.

Both black and green tea contain caffeine. Caffeine can be found in energy drinks, colas, dark chocolate, or even chewing gum and not only.

When the effect of caffeine-induced hormone action ends, the body tries to replenish the spent reserves, which the person perceives as apathy and lethargy. Regular coffee consumption dulls the body's compensation abilities, reducing endurance reserves, and aging occurs faster. Coffee interferes with the production of the sleep hormone melatonin, which is a very important hormone, but since the body needs rest and sleep to replenish reserves, and if instead, we drink coffee, diseases that were in a latent, that is, hidden form, become active. Apathy, exhaustion, chronic fatigue, and even depression appear.

In the morning, after waking up, drinking coffee stimulates the release of gastric juice. The futile release of this juice depletes this resource, especially relevant for meat eaters, as its processing requires a very acidic environment. It threatens with an increased amount of incompletely broken down proteins entering the blood (antigens). The increased amount of acid also damages the walls of the stomach, potentially leading to gastritis.

Coffee beans have an outer and inner husk. The outer husk accumulates the alkaloid caffeine during ripening, but the inner husk - the alkaloid theobromine. Those who use coffee beans get both alkaloids, but those who use instant coffee get only one - theobromine, because caffeine is removed during the processing process for the production of pharmaceutical preparations and energy drinks.

Caffeine causes narrowing of all blood vessels, resulting in increased arterial blood pressure. The exception is the kidneys, where the opposite process occurs. This means that caffeine is a diuretic. The excreted urine is clear, meaning nothing is excreted with it. However, after 20 minutes, the effect of caffeine ends, theobromine starts to act, and the opposite process takes place, lasting about an hour. Blood vessels expand, blood pressure decreases, and kidney permeability decreases, often accompanied by dragging pain in the kidney area. Decaffeinated coffee, for example, can also help hypotonic individuals in crisis situations – by dilating blood vessels, blood pressure is reduced.

It should also be noted that theobromine causes drowsiness, which is dangerous for drivers.

Coffee should not be consumed together with food additives, as caffeine can neutralize their action, for example, the ability of vitamin D receptors to assimilate it. Vitamin D is the main immune system vitamin. Caffeine also inhibits the assimilation of iron and washes out B group vitamins, except for B12. The assimilation of zinc, copper, magnesium, manganese, potassium, phosphorus, and vitamin E is weakened.

Adding milk, cream, sugar to coffee or tea neutralizes the action of antioxidants, thereby increasing the risk of oncological diseases and not only.

Spider web weaving, as is known, is a very complex process in nature. In an experiment with a spider, it was fed, proportionally to its mass, the same amount of caffeine as is in one cup of coffee that people drink every day. Examining the spider's woven web, it turned out that for several days in a row, serious defects were visible in the spider's woven web. This means that caffeine not only does not improve intellectual abilities but lowers them.

A much better alternative to coffee in the morning is to drink strongly negatively charged water, which wakes up the food processing system while cleaning the body. For morning vivacity, the ideal option would be fresh celery juice and honey – an energy surge without using untouched energy reserves.


Black Tea
Black tea contains tannins, but less so in green tea, although both are obtained from the same tea plant, differing only in processing technology. Tannins bind vitamins, especially B group, as well as bind calcium, zinc, iron, magnesium, preventing their assimilation in the body, thereby creating their deficiency, even if you consume an adequate diet. As a result, the nervous system is left unprotected, bones, teeth suffer, and not only.

Caffeine, contained in black tea (green tea has 2 times less), creates vivacity, but the adrenal glands and nervous system are very overloaded. Especially undesirable is drinking caffeine-containing tea before bedtime.

Black tea should not be drunk either before or after eating, as tannins suppress the assimilation of many substances. Especially undesirable is drinking black tea for pregnant women - it can trigger premature birth. It should also not be drunk if there is a fever, as black tea contains theophylline, which can increase temperature and exacerbate inflammatory processes. Regularly drinking black tea increases the concentration of uric acid in the blood, promoting the risk of thrombosis, kidney stones, and urinary tract stones, increasing arterial blood pressure. Do not drink tea that has been brewed the previous day, as carcinogenic substances form in it.

Cheaper teas are often packaged in brightly white paper bags. This whiteness is achieved with the help of epichlorohydrin, which is a carcinogenic substance. Black tea, which mostly comes to us from China and India, is likely grown in industrially polluted regions, where the atmosphere contains a lot of heavy metals. These tea plantations are generously treated with pesticides.

The most suitable liquid for humans is water, however, if you do not want to give up the tradition of drinking tea, Latvia has wonderful herbal teas, from which you will only benefit.

First Food, Then Medication
If you can refrain from harmful food, it will be a huge step towards health. The next steps: food can have anti-inflammatory, anti-parasitic, immune-boosting, antifungal effects. It can be a means to improve sexual abilities, or the opposite.

If you implement much of what was written above in life, perhaps medications will not be needed. Therefore, I would like to wish - may food become your medicine!