Nutrition is, without a doubt, a factor that affects our health, because food intake is constantly repeated throughout our lives. dr. William Osler, a famous Canadian doctor, said that 90% diseases, apart from infections and accidents, are closely related to diet. Eating is related to a voluntary and conscious act. It depends on the free will of the individual. This is why a deep inner conviction is necessary, in order to replace bad eating habits with healthier ones. Digestion, unlike food intake, is an unconscious act. It includes all the processes that take place with food in our organism, until its complete assimilation. Under normal conditions, when there are no pathological disorders, quality nutrition enables the proper functioning of our digestive organs.

A few decades ago, nutrition manuals emphasized the total amount of calories we take into our body every day. It was considered that the diet is adequate if it provides enough calories according to the needs of the metabolism. Such an approach was valid during periods of scarcity, which, unfortunately, is still present in third world countries. Today, it is known that excess calories mostly bring problems. A quality and appropriate diet cannot be measured by the total amount of calories consumed. The foods we eat are more important than calories. It is not a matter of quantity, but of quality. Processed carbohydrates, such as white flour or white rice, contain the same calories as wholemeal flour or wholemeal rice, but the nutritional value of the latter is much higher. White sugar has practically the same calories as brown sugar or honey, but it is poorer in vitamins and minerals. White meat and legumes give us approximately the same amount of calories, but they do not have the same impact on health.

Some experts still, but less and less, maintain that a proper diet must contain a large amount of protein. However, the recommended daily amounts of protein have been decreasing for the last ten years. 20 or 30 years ago, adults were recommended to consume 1 gram of protein per kilogram of body weight per day. Many recommended 1.2 or even 1.5 grams per kilogram of body weight per day. According to a study group of the World Health Organization (hereinafter WHO), 0.75 g/kg per day is sufficient for an adult (about 56 grams for a man or woman weighing about 70 kg). Today we know that an excessive amount of proteins is closely related to rheumatic diseases, osteoporosis and elevated uric acid and even leads to reduced life optimism. Therefore, the quality of nutrition does not depend, as was thought, on the amount of protein, but on the varied use of healthy foods.

It is one of the parameters used until recently to assess the quality of the diet. It was thought that it is all the better if it promotes growth more. High peoples, such as the Maasai of Tanzania and Kenya, were taken as an example. These nations use a lot of meat and milk in their diet. Members of the nearby Kikijos tribe, who use only vegetable proteins, are shorter and thinner. Until recently, it was not known that the members of the first mentioned tribes developed faster physically, but unfortunately they also got sick and died young. Food rich in proteins and calories, which is given to children in developed countries and affects faster growth, can lead to serious consequences in puberty and later periods of life: obesity and increased risk of diabetes and atherosclerosis. So, the fact that a certain way of eating accelerates growth does not mean that it is good. While it is true that short stature can result from malnutrition, it is more than clear that astonishingly tall stature is not always the result of proper nutrition.

Suppose you can afford a Rolls-Royce or a Mercedes, and the salesperson tells you: "I guarantee that if you buy fuel for this car from me, the vehicle will last you 100 years and you will never have to go to a service station." Moreover, this gasoline of mine is much cheaper than the one you will buy at every station." Would you use that gasoline? So of course! This is a guarantee: If we want to eat food that is best for our body, then we should eat food recommended by the same Creator who created our body. The food in the Garden of Eden is created in such a way that it provides your body with what it needs in the best ratio. Does it include meat? I do not think so. Meat was not given in the Garden of Eden, because nothing died and nothing was killed. Only the most natural food is given there.

We recommend that you look in the mirror and open your mouth wide. You will see that your molars do not look like they were made to tear, they are not sharp like those of cats, lions and jaguars, which means that they are not intended for the use of meat. We have teeth similar to cows, and like other herbivores. And not only that. We have hoses that are about 10 meters long and twisted. These are the intestines most similar to those of horses, cows and deer, all of which eat plants. Unlike theirs, the intestines, for example in a cat, are short and flat, so the meat can come out of them very quickly, because otherwise it rots there. Also, we - as human beings - do not have enzymes suitable for digesting meat. Cats have them, but we don't. So why do we eat meat? Because we are usually taught to do it and then we like it, but our body was not created to use meat.

We suggest you try it. Take a hamburger or a steak and place it on the kitchen counter. Leave it there for three days, while adjusting the heating to 37 °C. Smell it after three days - it will be a terrible stench. This also happens in your body. It takes about three days for the meat to pass through your long intestines, and the body temperature is close to 37 °C, so the meat rots, toxins enter the bloodstream, and it spreads it all over the body. This is one of the most important reasons why people get sick. So why does everyone eat meat? Because they loved it, but meat was not given to us as our original diet after the Creation of the Earth. The meat contains about 40% of fat. Even if you remove all the fat around the steak, the fat is still in the muscle tissue itself. It's the same with chicken, even if you remove the skin, it's still 40% fatty. If you deceive yourself that you only eat chicken meat, turkey, etc., you should know that it also contains 40% of fat. Even fish is rich in fat, and besides, meat does not contain fiber. Also, meat is too rich in proteins. It contains much more than we really need.

In addition, poisons are concentrated in the body of animals, so the meat is full of chemicals. It contains hormones and pesticides. Animals are given antibiotics, so when you eat meat, you are taking all of that into your body. And not only that, because all meat is infected. Cattle have a problem with mad cow disease, at least in England. This is a terrible disease. Cows have holes in their brains and this disease is actually called BSE, because it is bovine spongiform encephalopathy. 'Spongiform' means that cows get holes in the brain, which then looks like a sponge, so the animals get dementia before they die, and encephalopathy indicates that it is a brain disease. This disease 100% is fatal. Millions of cattle have been killed in England in an attempt to stop this disease, but unfortunately a large number of people in England have already been infected with this disease, and some have already died. The incubation period, from the time when a person becomes infected through meat, until the appearance of the disease is from 5 to 15 years, so a huge epidemic of this disease is expected in England. When transmitted to humans, the disease is called Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease. She has a long name and you don't have to remember it, but unfortunately she is 100% deadly. Experts from America assure us that this will not happen in America, but we can tell you that we import meat from many countries, and in many of them the meat is not checked for this disease.

There is also bovine leukemia and bovine immunodeficiency virus, which is practically equivalent to AIDS in cows. You will say, “Well, I stopped eating red meat a while ago, now I only eat chicken. Unfortunately, chicken is sicker than beef. Chicken and turkey often contain Salmonella bacteria. About 400,000 people, in the American continent alone, are infected with Salmonella annually. In addition to chicken meat, it is also found in milk and eggs. The egg gives strength to the young chick during development and is full of fat. Also, the milk is intended to transform a 32 kg calf into a 200 kg cow. Food from the sea is also very polluted, because the seas are terribly polluted. Most of these substances are difficult to digest, increase blood pressure, contain poisons that are formed in the animal when it is frightened before slaughter, and all of this is ingested by humans while eating meat.

Also, cows are given the so-called 'bone meal'. It is waste from other animals, their intestines, everything that is unhealthy and needs to be destroyed. So, through veal, you eat all those animal products that were not for use and all that could not go to the market. By the way, that's how they discovered that cows in England got mad cow disease. It's actually a disease of sheep, but the cows were fed processed sheep intestines, so they got infected that way. Then proteins. Meat contains too many of them. You only need about 30 grams of protein per day, while the average American consumes 125 grams per day. They cannot be stored, so the liver must break them down. That's why the liver is overloaded by breaking down these excess proteins. Animal proteins are very acidic: they create an acidic environment. Cats have hydrochloric acid twenty times stronger than humans - which needs to break down these very acidic proteins.

The products of meat digestion are carcinogenic: They reach the large intestine and spread throughout the body. Fat causes coronary heart disease. Meat and animal products have a high sodium content. Animal tissues are high in sodium and this contributes to high blood pressure. So, a balanced diet looks like this: little protein, little fat, water, vitamins, minerals and energy, i.e. carbohydrates. We also need fiber. It is one of the important ingredients for our body and the oxygen we breathe. There is a lot of protein in many plants. Cereals contain 10%, legumes, such as beans or lentils, contain 25%, green vegetables contain 15% of protein, and there are also sprouts that are extremely good for health, so you are getting a sufficient amount of protein with all of these. As for calcium, we get enough of it from green leafy vegetables.

Man is the only species that drinks milk after childhood. No animal drinks the milk of another animal. Did you know that 50% of the world's population is allergic to milk, because it does not have the appropriate enzymes for its digestion? A hundred years ago, the average cow produced around 100 liters of milk per year. Today, a cow gives more than 7,500 liters of milk a year. Modern milk production methods include the use of hormones and antibiotics. The US Department of Health has set the allowable number of bacteria in milk. Are you aware that the permitted amount of bacteria in a teaspoon of milk is 100,000 after it has been purified and pasteurized? So you don't need these animal products and you don't need to eat them. If you like ice cream, here are the chemicals in it: One of them is used in the treatment of fleas. Antifreeze is produced from the other. One other (aldehyde) is used to make rubber cement, etc. ... Eggs are also harmful, because they contain a high amount of fat and are very often infected. So you don't need all these things. Why don't doctors say that? Because the average doctor only has one hour of nutrition classes in four years of medical school. That's all! Only one hour during his entire study in America. So that's why you can't hear anything about this from them. Here's what you should eat - fruit! It was the first kind of food that was given to man in the Garden of Eden. It is naturally delicious. It is rich in sugar, but it is a natural type of sugar. It is not refined white sugar.

So you should eat a lot of fruit. Also eat vegetables in their most natural form. Eat it raw as often as possible. Therefore, 65-75% of food should be raw, so you will introduce enzymes that will help in further digestion of food. Otherwise, the body has to create these enzymes on its own. Be careful with nuts. You should eat them in limited quantities, because they are rich in proteins and fats, as well as seeds, such as sunflowers and pumpkins, so you should also include them in your diet. We will give you an example of breakfast: oatmeal, with which you can eat fresh fruit. By the way, take care not to eat fruits and vegetables in the same meal, because fruits contain a lot of sugar in them. If you eat vegetables, they take a long time to digest, because they contain fiber - the good fiber - and therefore this food will stay in the stomach for a long time, it will not pass into the intestines, and at the same time the sugar will start to ferment, so it can produce irritation and gas in the stomach. So, a great breakfast can consist of oatmeal porridge and fruit, or fruit and wholemeal bread or toast. For a later meal, you can again take fruit or a large salad of different vegetables, and for the main meal you can eat one large baked potato, sweet potato, or I can explain to you at the end a special way to make French fries, completely without oil. In addition, you should eat vegetables - preferably fresh - so even if you don't eat those empty calories, you will see that this will fill you up. Do not use strong spices such as pepper, or horseradish, or others that irritate the stomach lining. You should stick to spices like thyme, parsley and garlic. Here are some general rules: First, don't eat fruits and vegetables in the same meal. Chew food until it becomes mushy in your mouth, because there are enzymes in saliva that do not reappear in the stomach, so if you chew it - without turning it completely into mush in your mouth - it can never be completely digested, because the enzymes from the saliva do not reappear in the stomach, so the food will remain incompletely digested. When it gets into the gut – even if it's in microscopic particles or molecules – when it's assimilated into your bloodstream, the blood won't recognize it as what it's supposed to be there, and it'll start making antibodies against those absorbed particles.

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