originally posted by: ketsuko
a reply to: rickymouse
This. It's about eating and buying and cooking smart more than anything. It can be done, but it's not easy if not necessarily not more expensive than
the processed diet.
Number one....it takes generations to modify our diet properly. It takes generations for someone to be able to eat an avacado without experiencing
some of the bad side effects it has. Each generation can eat a little more to allow the body to be able to metabolize the food and dispose of the
problematic byproducts correctly. It needs to learn, then we pass down this genetic knowledge to our young. It is that way with every living animal
in this world, our own body can create toxins if it is not metabolized correctly.
My parents never ate an avacado, so I can just eat a little. my kids can possibly eat a little more, but not always. Avacadoes have chemistry that
destroys the DAO enzyme, so do tomatoes. That enzyme helps to neutralize histamines. We have an alternate pathway to do it, but there are also
inhibitors of that pathway. Too high histamine levels can be a problem in the body. it can cause severe reactions or just mild reactions.
Histamines are necessary in proper amounts in our body, but if levels are improperly regulated by the foods we eat, it can become a problem.
Pineapple has enzymes that also inhibit DAO, destroying the enzyme, but it also contains bromelain if fresh, which actually destroys histamine on it's
own. The avacado does not have a proteinase, but papaya does. It does have some other enzymes though, which can be good or can be problematic.
Now, they are telling people to eat lots of avacado, maybe if your ancestors have been eating it for generations it would be ok, but not jump up from
your parents eating a tiny amount of guacamoli at a party once a year to downing half an avacado at once. We are being set up, I have been studying
this up for a long time now and The experts at metabolism stress caution in adding new types of foods too quickly. Also, they are editing genes on
lots of foods, is that actually wise, editing one gene can boost veggi size, but when we consume it, is our body recognizing it properly? Science has
gone HULU on this, they are making all sorts of changes and ignoring consequences they do not want to know about.
I forsee a real lot of chronic illness increases in the near future and a decrease in life expectancy in relation to quality of life unless people
think before eating this newly designed food and pay attention to how it effects them.
The medical industry and pharma industries will prosper in the USA and some other countries from people's inability to comprehend what is going on. I
study this kind of stuff almost every day and it is hard for me to comprehend the problems that can be caused by changing the diet so quickly. If you
eat the same way as your parents did, how the food is grown and preserved is different, different food chemistry is in the food, different percentages
of the food chemistry too. The food I ate when I was young is not the same anymore, not unless I buy naturally grown meats and Herritage varieties of