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Eating is good.  Before you take a bite, you take a deep breath, you clear your mind of current worries, you focus on eating, you shew slowly and take pleasure in what you like to eat.  Eating is a sacred reserved period in the day and you treat it as such.  You do not allow conversation on the job and talks that upset your state of mind and disturb your digestive system.

You eat as a requirement to fill an empty stomach, a weight to your body to satisfying a light-headed brain.  You eat as if it is another task to fulfill.  You eat food recommended by the talking head of nutritionists.  You don’t enjoy eating as it is a drag that needs to be taken care of.  You don’t shew and just swallow your bites whole:  You don’t have time for that luxury.  You eat and resume your conversation of what to do next and how quickly to erasing your tasks off the must do a list.  Eating is bad for you mentally and physically.  You better fast instead of suffering acute indigestion.  Less eating will not harm you as badly as eating fast and mindlessly.  Eating fast food does not mean eating fast and without shewing.  Eating fast food slowly and enjoying its taste as a sacred habit of enjoying our deeds is far better than eating “healthy food” quickly with no intention of taking any pleasure in this duty.

What goes with hard food goes to drinks.  Try retaining a gulp of water while inhaling deeply.  Can you discriminate among chlorinated water, purified water, and clear water source?  Try it when thirsty and not as a recommendation from your physician to clear up the stones from your kidneys.  Retain for a few seconds any sip of drink and experience the rich aroma, taste, and consistency of the drink.  Take a bite of any fruit and retain it for a few seconds, suck slowly on its juice and learn the variations among fruits during the season and the off-season.

Are you eating and drinking badly?  Your products are bad, your cooking is foul, your line of thinking is wrong, and your reasoning is flawed.  You have missed what set you apart as an individual from the rest of the mass producers and consumerism trends.  Time to reserve time for individual pleasures during the day and night.  Quality time means learning and training our individual style to a good life and good manners, and enjoying any task we undertake.  Quality time is learning, and getting training in sharing the joy and happiness of what pleases every members of your family.  Learn and train to frequently taking deep breaths and clearing your mind of redundant worries before you start any task:  These moments are the best parts of life.

“Can sugar substitutes contribute to my diet?”

No, it cannot.

Sugar substitutes may fool your taste buds, and occasionally the taste buds in your digestive system, but not your brain that requires sugar and demands it.

Suppose sugar is arbitrarily given index 100 then, the natural glucose is 70 and fructose 130.  Industrial aspartame is indexed 2,000 and sucralose 6,000 and thaumatine 30,000.  There are indications that heavy consumption of “sugarless” sodas may develop diabetes type 2.

The sense of taste is highly developed in our digestive system such as stomach, intestine, pancreas, and colon.

The digestive system is lined up with taste bud cells that detect the molecules of sugar and thus, trigger the processes for metabolic program and transforming nutrients into appropriate ingredients in the blood.  For example, the taste buds in the digestive system slow down absorption of toxic (bitter substances) and in many cases provoke vomiting what we swallowed.

For sugary tastes, an order is dispatched to the brain to release greater quantities of insulin in the blood to prepare the organism for the arrival of nourishment.  Otherwise, without this due preparation the body cannot recognize what is coming.

For example, it was observed that when glucose is injected intravenous the body does not release enough insulin as if detected by the digestive system.

The sense of taste in the mouth is basically a quick and dirty judgement of what is swallowed in the digestive system.

Glucose or sugar is transformed into molecules of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) used in almost all functions by cells.  While taste receptors in the intestine constitute barely 1% of all types of receptors in the intestine, they liberate most of the hormones in the organism.

The Japanese culture has the term “umami taste” to describe the taste of glutamic acid in food rich in proteins; glutamic acid is released by the stomach.

In a sense, the “stomach” is in command; the brain follows orders.

Trust your gut. Don’t try to cheat it, lest you bare the consequences.




January 2022

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