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Part 13- Improving health through digestion In getting into this, she [...]

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Part 13- Improving health through digestion

In getting into this, she starts out emphasizing the importance of chewing our food thoroughly to get the food prepared for the digestive enzymes to fully digest it, and starts the process through the digestive enzymes in the mouth.

It's important to not be rushed and to be in a peaceful environment while eating.

As a side note here, she talks about the suggestion about babies being introduced to food between 4 and 6mos. She said there's been a death, the death of Common Sense.

She said when the first 4 teeth come in, it's a good time to let them start sucking on some foods like a celery stick, apple in a net bag, or maybe some hard parts of the lettuce, or maybe the corn cob with all the corn already chewed off.

She says babies shouldn't have any starch till the molars are full, around 16mos or older to keep them from developing malabsorption syndrome.

Babies shouldn't have baby food until they can sit up and feed themselves.

So, the one food that is broken down in the mouth is the starch (carbohydrates)

Broken down in the mouth,
Saturated fats
This is one of the reasons chewing food is important. These are not broken down in the stomach.


She says the hydraulic acid is very important in breaking down your meals, and if you drink with meals, you dilute the hydrochloric acid.

Pepsin is what breaks down the foods in the stomach, and it can only do it if in an acid environment, ie don't drink water with food.

She speaks of the importance of B12 found in home grown vegetables (not washed), and root vegetables.

She says it's important to drink warm water in the morning for the pyloric sphincter to work.

She goes into why chewing food is important, because the brain recognizes different nutrients getting the different organs prepared for what is coming.

If you have to eat in a hurry, it's better to have a smoothie.

She says digestion takes 3 to 4 hours, and rest takes an hour. In my calculations, not hers, this means 4 to 5 hours between meals.

The stomach needs this time to digest the food before the pyloric sphincter closes due to another meal coming in.

When we eat between meals, we can still have some breakfast leftover in the stomach at the end of the day.

Michael Mosley, the 5:2 diet, the book Fast Diet.

Once again, she says have breakfast like a king, lunch like a queen and tea (supper) like a pauper.

Eat plenty of fibre from organic fruits and vegetables, protein from beans, nuts and seeds and healthy fats from nuts, seeds, olive and coconut oil (Good quality olive and coconut oil) and some fruits and vegetables. These will allow you to go the distance between meals.

It's important not to eat 5 hours before bedtime to let the digestive enzymes get ready to go again in the morning.

The stomach needs to rest when we do. She didn't say it this time, but we don't get good rest either if the stomach is still digesting.

Once the food reaches the duodenum, the pancreas releasees sodium bicarb to keep the intestines alkaline.

When the food gets to the gall bladder, the bile breaks down the polyunsaturated fats from the panceatic lipase being released so it can be absorbed into the blood.

Pancreatic amalase breaks down starch.

In the food there polysaccharides (meaning many sugars) and disaccharides (meaning 2 sugars).

The mouth breaks the food down to polysaccharides and disaccharides, and the pancreas breaks them down to monosaccharides.

Only the monosaccharides can be absorbed in the blood, the glucose and fructose.

The pancreas also produces the enzymes trypsin and chymo trypsin that break down protein. The stomach breaks the protein into peptides and polypeptides, and the trypsins break them down to amino acids which can be absorbed into the blood, making the pancreas the main organ if digestion.

So someone who has pancreatic cancer dies of malnutrition.

Pancreatic cancer, they need to go on digestive enzymes to help break down the food to get the nutrients. She said the next lecture she's going to go through every stage to bring about healing.

Now we're down to the small intestine which the wall is lined with little villi and in the middle of the villi is the lacteal, part if the lymphatic system, and capillaries carrying the blood, and covering the villi is a thick turf wall of bacteria and yeast called lactobacullus acidophilus bifidus pak bacterium responsible for the final breakdown of the food, releasing the B vitamins. That's why sauerkraut, miso, yougurt, all the cultured foods are important.

They're very similar to the bacteria and wild yeast in the gut, and ten times more microorganisms in the gut than anywhere else in the body, responsible for the final breakdown and absorption of the food, and protecting our blood from harmful pathogens and nourishing the cells that line the gastrointestinal tract.

Antibiotics, statin drugs, contraceptives, cortisone, steroids, pain killers, can break down the wall of the intestines, and we lose our border protection, pathogens can get into the blood.

The next lecture, she'll get into how to build that up.

Hybridized wheat breaks down to gluto morphine, an opiate derivative, and today's milk breaks down to casio morphine.

The combination of compromised gut and the morphines can contribute to mental illness.

About 35 minutes in, she starts mentioning a number of books. She talks about Big Pharma doing a witch hunt on one if them causing him to lose his practice.

Autism all see a 50% improvement taking them off hybridized wheat and today's dairy. Add taking them off medications mentioned and vaccines, improving the state of the gut, it could even be better.

The immune system is established by the gut flora. When the gut flora is damaged by medical drugs, hybrodized wheat and today's milk, (I might add the poisons from nonorganic, GMO foods) the gut loses the ability to get the nutrients and vitamins into the blood and loses the ability to protect the blood and the brain.

It's important to have whole salt with food as the blood carrier will not accept the nutrients without sodium. And, we need to take in the salt, Celtic or Himalayan, which has all the minerals we need.

The saturated fats get into the blood and go up to the thymus and into the liver and are burnt as fuel. The polyunsaturated fats are absorbed through the lacteal and get stored in the liver for cell membrane and repair.

When the digested food gets down to the last part of the small intestines, the ileum, the B12 is absorbed.

By the time the food gets through to the large intestine, it's mostly water, and the job of the large intestine is to filter this water out.

The appendix is there to lubricate the stool, and releases antibacterial fluid to take care of stuff like the sugar and meat wastes.

The colon needs to be cleaned daily with fibre from vegetables. Vegetables are high in vitamins and minerals, and low in sugar. Fruits are high in fiber, but also high in sugar and low in minerals.

The vegetables are your healers. Vegetables are the best food for those conquering cancer.

At the end if the loop is the muscle called pubo rectalis that holds up the end of the large intestine, keeping us from being incontinent.

She says again, to relax the pubo rectalis so the stool can empty more easily, put a stool in front of the toilet and put your feet up, raising the knees so we are in the squatting position so the colon opens up and the contents are passed with ease.

Strained backs, she said to protect the back do squatting exercises to build up the thighs and get into the habit of squatting to pick anything up, and keeping the back straight.

Once we strengthen our pelvic girdle by squatting or pilates exercises, we can prevent prolapse of the colon, uterus and bladder, improving bladder control, prevent hemorrhoids and heal them.
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