Live and dead food
 

No person can imagine their life without food. But do we so often think about what kind of food is conceived for humans by nature and what certain foods give us. Why is one food called living food and another dead? It seems that everyone knows that the cause of illness and poor health is often unhealthy diet. Only usually it all comes down to the fact that this or that is harmful. Now there are many different diets and rules of proper nutrition. However, everything is much simpler. There are principles of nutrition that are created by nature itself. We all care about external beauty, but we practically do not think about internal beauty. But just a mountain of garbage is accumulating inside us. Our excretory systems simply cannot cope with ridding the body of unnecessary junk, and they begin to shove all this junk into our internal organs. The body becomes like a neglected plumbing that has never been cleaned. Hence obesity, and illness, and, accordingly, poor health. This food is given to us by nature itself. Those foods that are natural for human nutrition. These are unambiguously:

vegetables and fruits

– fresh herbs

– unroasted seeds and nuts

– seedlings of cereals and legumes

dried fruits, dried at a temperature not higher than 42 degrees

– cerealsLive food does not undergo chemical processing. It does not contain additives that cause food addiction. That is, all the useful and necessary substances are stored in it and it gives us strength and energy, saturating us with all the useful substances and energy of the sun. Such food is easily absorbed by our body, without accumulating toxins and toxins in the organs.

Based on these rules, you can expand this list. Always listen to your body, pay attention to how you feel after eating a particular food, be aware while eating, and your diet can be much more varied without compromising your health. All food that is artificially created is dead food. Man-made unnatural, chemical food is the cause of most diseases. Unambiguously, dead food includes:

– semi-finished meat foods, as well as meat from animals raised in painful conditions

– foods containing GMOs

– food containing E additives

– energy drinks

– foods obtained by chemical means

 

And, just as in the case of live food, this list can be expanded. For example, many people should stop eating yeast bread and other bakery foods containing yeast, some adults do not digest milk well, and if gluten-containing foods are poorly tolerated, they will have to give up wheat, rye, and oats. It’s up to you to figure out which foods to add to your extended dead food list. Again, the only way to do this is to observe and listen to your body after each meal.

If, after consuming a product, you experience one or more of the following symptoms:

– tiredness

 

– desire to sleep

– there is heartburn, a feeling of overeating, bloating, headache

– twenty to thirty minutes after eating your mood spoils

 

– anxiety

– there is a smell from the mouth or from the body

– fungus appears inside or outside

– there is pain in the kidney area

then, this is a clear sign that the product is not suitable for you. Just write down the foods that make you sick and eliminate them from your diet.

In the 17th century, chemist Helmont, who studied digestion, found that the food we eat is not broken down in the body without substances, which he gave the name enzymes (in lat means fermentation) or, as they say now, enzymes.

With the help of enzymes, all metabolic processes take place in the body. These processes can be divided into 2 types:

– Anabolism (the process of creating new tissues)

– Catabolism (the process by which more complex substances break down into simpler compounds)

From birth, a person has a certain amount of enzymes. This enzyme reserve is designed to last a lifetime.

When eating dead food devoid of enzymes, the body has to take these enzymes to digest food from its reserves. This leads to a decrease in their supply in the body. And when eating live food, foods break down on their own, while preserving our enzymes.

It can be compared to the start-up capital. If this capital is spent and not replenished, then “bankruptcy” may occur. Improper nutrition very quickly depletes this bank, and then health problems begin. When the moment comes when enzymes are no longer reproduced, life ends.From the food we consume, we get the energy that we need for normal life. Why, then, there is often a feeling when you understand: there is no strength for anything. Irritation and weakness appear. The fact is that the human energy body reacts very subtly to the slagging of the body. Energy flows are reduced, which leads to the loss of vitality. There is a feeling “squeezed like a lemon” The answer is obvious: there is not enough energy. And this comes from improper nutrition. Why does one food give us energy, while the other, on the contrary, takes away?

It’s simple, plants receive solar energy, which is why fruits, vegetables and grains give us strength. Solar energy is transmitted along with living food. The body does not have to spend a lot of energy and energy on digesting dead food, and we preserve our energy potential without wasting it on digesting dead, poorly digested foods.Considering the fact that chemically obtained food and drinks, including GMOs and E-additives, have appeared quite recently, and the human digestive tract has been formed for millions of years, we can conclude: A living organism must eat live food.

    

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