One of the malfunction main causes : our food

The food we eat is intended for our cells and our bacteria, since the cell is the basic element of the human body. Indeed, each body organ, gland or tissue is simply a set of appropriately organized cells.

Bacteria perform a unique and essential role in the body. They are, first of all, auxiliaries performing for us such actions as synthesis, decomposition and transformation.

Louis Pasteur noted that the human body1, which is not a completely sterile environment, has ten times more bacteria than cells. In this sense, we are more bacterial than cellular beings.

The needs of the cell are simple: to eat, to breathe and to eliminate waste.

These processes are performed by the many bacteria found in the body.

If these three functions are assured then the cell works as it should, and if these needs are met for all the cells composing an organ then the organ will perform adequately. Finally, if all the organs, glands and tissues of the body function adequately then the individual is healthy.

1 The human body is far from being a ”sterile” environment, with apologies to Paster

For the body to function properly, it is enough to simply provide for the three basic needs of the cell. Nothing more is needed, as we were taught. Rather, we need to remove any obstructions and restore a rich, diverse bacterial population to finally permit optimal, i.e. normal, operation of the body.

Each cell utilizes primarily oxygen and carbon, that is, simple sugars, for nourishment. A cell can only digest simple sugars, simple amino acids and simple fatty acids. The essential role of digestion is to transform complex nutrients, such as complex carbohydrates from plants, complex amino acids and proteins, and complex fatty acids, into simple nutrients which can then be assimilated by our cells.

As soon as the basic functioning of the cell is altered, a disturbance begins and there is a progressive shift towards what we call a “disease.”

Thus, disease is simply the ongoing effort of the body to remove toxins that impede its proper functioning.

Major food irritants

Dairy Products

Cow’s milk protein is composed of more than 80% casein, widely recognized as a significant factor in tumor development. Casein is an extremely poorly digested complex protein, which produces symptoms of allergy and autoimmune reaction associated with the passage of long chains of undecomposed protein through the intestinal wall.

Lactose, or milk sugar, is also subject to caution since we lack the enzymes to digest it, and occurrences of intolerance are common.

It has also been demonstrated that, contrary to widely held belief, people who consume more dairy products are actually more prone to osteoporosis.

Animal Products

Animal products contain long protein chains which are less digestible than the simple amino acids found in plants. (It should be noted, however, that we are adapted to consuming these products, but in a much reduced quantity than is currently common.)

Animal products are acidifying, so their consumption should be significantly reduced and focused on high quality—that is, from grass fed free ranging animals raised under “acceptable” conditions. Free-range animal meat is much less acidifying than the meat from animals raised in intensive livestock farming.

The problems related to animal products come from over-consumption and from poor quality (malnourished animals, full of additives and hormones, fed not grass but supplements) and raised in unacceptable modern farming conditions.

Choosing vegetarian, or even vegan, diet is certainly excellent for those currently in good health. However, it can be risky for those who are fatigued and have a congested liver. Above all, vegetarianism should not be understood to mean the consumption of cereals and legumes, which actually act as dietary poisons.

The issue of protein deficiency is often mentioned for those who choose to live without animal products. My experience leads me to say that protein deficiency is almost never the problem. Deficiencies more often occur in the levels of complex fats (EPA, DHA) than those of proteins.

In short, quantity and quality of animal products should both be considered, including rearing conditions both ethically and in terms of actual product quality. However, trying to replace meat with grains is a huge mistake. Only an increased intake of fruits, natural fats and raw vegetables should be consumed to balance the reduction of animal products in our diet.

Complex proteins like wheat, principle source of gluten

The gluten in wheat and cereals is the result of the search for crop performance and increased yield, without taking into account its impact on human health. Gluten resists the digestion process and goes into the blood stream through the altered intestinal mucosa. It is a major neurotoxic agent.

Numerous maladies labelled as “psychiatric or psychological problems” are actually tied to the consumption of gluten.

Moreover, complex carbohydrates found in grains and products containing starch require a great quantity of enzymes in order to be digested. Unfortunately, the body lacks the ability to produce this large quantity of enzymes, and the resulting long sugar chains linger undigested in the intestines, leading to the emergence of large colonies of fungi and yeast such as Candida albicans.

Contrary to what is commonly believed, cereals and starches, while certainly both economical and practical in terms of storage, are not an appropriate source of sugars for humans. They have many disadvantages, and the use of modern hybrid varieties containing yet more complex proteins just increases their drawbacks.

Refined sugar

Unlike natural fruit sugar, refined sugar causes serious disruption of the entire endocrine, metabolic and digestive systems. This is the result of both the absence of minerals and also the high temperatures used in sugar production. The word “sugar” itself does not guarantee nutritive value. We must consider all the vital elements that come with this sugar and, most of all, whatever biological modifications that this sugar went through. When subjected to high temperatures, sugar’s molecular structure is completely changed. All its natural nutritive qualities are lost, and as a result it causes major variations in blood sugar levels, inducing hyper- and hypoglycemia, setting the stage for diabetes, and causing tremendous stress to the organism.

Excessive Intake of Complex Protein Products

The overconsumption of complex protein products in our diet is a major source of fouling and acidification, and yet proteins are certainly the least important macronutrients in our diet, with carbohydrates and lipids being clearly more important. And while animal protein products are constantly cited as harmful, those from the plant kingdom have the same toxicity. It is merely a matter of quantity.

In this sense, a surplus of vegetable protein is equally acidifying to the body as an overabundance of animal protein.

Food Additives, Dyes, Endocrine Disrupters, Pesticide Residues, Heavy Metals

All these types of products in our modern food are major poisons to the human body.

We are living in a time where the question is no longer “what is proper food for man” but “what is profitable economically.” This has resulted in a massive poisoning of populations causing a cascade of metabolic reactions that we do not yet fully understand. All these products cause significant disruption to the nervous system, the endocrine system, the liver, the intestines, the kidneys…

Some of these disrupters can even be transmitted from generation to generation. They significantly impair the functioning of the organism in a variety of ways depending on the individual, the strength of their eliminative system and their initial state of toxicity.

It is urgent to take measures to reduce our exposure to these products to a minimum by reforming our food intake and our lifestyle, and by promoting the evacuation of these toxic products by activating the eliminative system of the body.

A diet rich in organic raw vegetable products is the first essential and critical step in eliminating toxicity related to environmental pollution.