posted on Aug, 27 2019 @ 06:10 PM
originally posted by: Oleandra88
a reply to: rickymouse
That is interesting. Do you know that saying like "eat what you crave because what you crave is what your body needs"?
But it can be manipulated, that feeling/natural crave:
I bet you know, if someone eats much sugar, the bacteria that feed on the sugar are manipulating you into craving more sugary stuff.
Our stomach and brain is talking to each other and those bacteria take advantage out of it.
I even found some articles just using "sugar bacteria brain".
Scientific american: How gut bacteria tell their hosts
what to eat
Maybe this is not the best source but it is a start.
I have read hundreds of articles on what you are talking about. It is true up to a point. Our genetics chooses what microbes we can have in our gut
to some point, our immune system is advised by our DNA and some people just do not like sugary stuff, a little is great, but it gets sickening after a
while. I am one of those who cannot eat a lot of sweet stuff, I prefer mildly sweet stuff on occasion. I have had reactive hypoglycemia all my life.
And I would rather eat proteins any day than eat sweet stuff. Now, some good homemade breads, Yes, I do like good bread. I can eat about four
slices a day no problem. I also like potatoes and they are high starch.
The mix of microbes we have in our gut that live symbiotically is limited to those who work well with us. If you cannot drink milk, lactobacilli will
not do you anygood when drinking milk. If you have an allergy or have a condition where the milk albunim opens up your small intesting pores it is not
going to be helped by lactobacilli. Lactose intolerance is far from the only kind of problems a person can have with milk.
I am kind of disturbed about how much the evidence has been twisted by people who profit from the deception. Not a good thing to be happening. Then
people will twist things to fit their beliefs, like if they really like broccoli, they will ignore the bad points Broccoli has in it's chemistry.
The interpretations of evidence sometimes does not match the research. In fact, half the crap out there is not real. Then there come the coverups, I
guess these nutrition and health experts do not like admitting they are wrong.