Feeding to live long without disease is possible: THIS IS



These foods that have grown too quickly have not been able to develop most of the nutrients (vitamins and minerals, but also perfumes that are directly proportional to the quantity of these essential elements) that are indispensable for our livelihood. 80% of fruit and vegetables, to reach the markets, travel hundreds of kilometers. The fruit must be beautiful, perfect, all the same; the pasta is flavored, it must have «that» taste, that of the famous brand because the other does not like it, because it has the taste of flour. The cheese, possibly without rind, must be "clean", delicate, spreadable, or already sliced, and so honey, golden, homogeneous, liquid. Even the products that we call "artisans" are often made to deceive and make you believe that behind the skilful work of ancient traditions, and instead it is only a facade, behind there is always the industrial, artifact and deceptive world. This does not mean that you can not industrially produce nutrient-rich products, but you should shorten the supply chain from the producer to the consumer and use only certified organic products.

Fortunately, a change is taking place, as demonstrated by associations such as Slow Food, which attract attention and success. The only solution is to consume organic More and more people decide to detach themselves from bad habits and to dedicate themselves to the search for quality, because it is only the quality that can save our economy and our health: it is up to us to improve our culture and pay attention to what we eat. It is true that these products cost more, but it would be enough to pay more attention and not waste. Products with more pesticides are: apples strawberries grapes celery peaches spinach pepperoni nectarines cucumbers cherry tomatoes peas potatoes chili Peppers savoy cabbage If, when we are born, our mother has been feeding us for at least two years, we have probably developed all the necessary defenses to grow in balance with the surrounding environment; it would have been better to continue with breastfeeding, even if intermittent, up to three years of age. In reality this happens less and less so as not to clash with the established habits and social obligations, work, home, children, etc., so after only three months we start with baby food (artificial milk built in the laboratory that completely lack the sugars, or glucoamines, of breast milk), then it is passed to cow's milk, the milk of sick cows, and so the baby is "weaned", which means to accustom the body to other foods. The intestine of a newborn is not able to assimilate different food from the mother's milk because it would die, that's why we create these artificial milk that resemble by composition to the maternal one. In the past, if the mother did not have milk or died, she had to go to a nurse, who was a mother who nursed her baby as well as other mothers.

Weaning is done when the intestine begins to mature and is ready to assimilate small quantities of different food; later we should continue to breastfeed the baby at least up to two years, even once a day, but for the wrong advice of some paediatricians we continue to give the milk of another "mother", that of the cow. It is the same pediatrician who advises us: "Now he can give him cow's milk because he is rich in calcium, which the child needs for growth". Fortunately it is not always like that and some doctor who informs you there is still, but in the meantime that child will drink milk that is not made for the man, but for a calf that in the span of a few months must increase by quintals. The media is also contributing to this culture, especially television: you will have attended a talk show where professors in the pay of industries denigrate and mock those who carry on a culture of correct nutrition. Because cow's milk is not recommended Species-specific milk contains not only all nutrients in optimal proportions for growth, but also enzymatic substances and antibodies that have the function of increasing immune defenses in a period of life in which an infection could have very serious consequences. Breastfeeding as a contact with the mother's body also has a function of growth and mental weaning. This being, who has lived for nine months in symbiosis with his mother as a single body, must gradually conquer his independence. Breastfeeding even once a day at the breast gives the baby a sense of security and protection, it means unplugging the umbilical cord gradually. Even in puberty, children feel threatened when they call their mother and not their father.  

After weaning, no mammal continues to drink milk because it is not suitable for children and adults; not even that of one's own species, because the nutritional needs of the adult are different from those of the infant. The small mammal is able to live eating food for which the species is biologically suitable. Moreover, no mammal, except man, consumes, in any age of life, the milk of another species.

 In the case of man, from the very first years of life the consumption of milk, cow in particular, unfortunately is still considered by many physiological and recommendable, although the cow's milk is very different in composition compared to the woman's milk, because: it has too many proteins (36 g / l against 9 g / l); has a casein ratio of 78 (against 28 in human milk); has little lactose (49 g / l against 70 g / l); has a disadvantageous saturated / unsaturated fat ratio; it has too many saturated fats: 45% human milk, 75% cow's milk; has few unsaturated fats: 55% human milk, 25% cow's milk; has a high calcium percentage: 1170 mg / l (against 340); has a disadvantageous calcium / phosphorus ratio: 1.27: 1 (against 2.35: 1 in human milk). Phosphorus is a calcium antagonist, to which it can bind in the digestive tract, preventing its absorption; in addition to not contributing to a minimum part of our bone growth, this calcium circulating in the blood, especially in adults, can cause damage. contains too many minerals: 7 g / l against 2 g / l. Therefore, every mammal must drink its own milk and to this rule must also adapt the man. those who, poorly advised, give their children cow's milk may cause them to experience respiratory problems.

The consequence of this wrong nutrition is that of diseases of the respiratory tract, bronchitis, tonsillitis, tracheitis, sinusitis and otitis. These inflammations give rise to the formation of mucus, so there will be respiratory, asthmatic problems, etc. The intolerance to cow's milk and the respiratory consequences are rarely taken into account, so the unfortunate children undergo surgery with removal of tonsils and adenoids, which due to the inflammatory problems due to milk intolerance can no longer do their work, with consequent frequent episodes of tonsillitis. After the operation the situation varies little, with the difference that these glands, whose function is a barrier to bacteria, are gone. The intolerance to milk is more known as lactose intolerance, which is the sugar contained in milk, but I continue to call it intolerance to cow's milk in its entirety of product. It varies among the different human races: the black and yellow races are very subject, the Mediterranean is subject to it, less that of the Nordic countries.

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