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Detoxification program: basic mechanisms
The process of food processing is completed approximately 8 hours after it is taken. Only then can the body begin to collect debris that has accumulated not only for the current day, but also for weeks, months and years (if not decades). Due to lack of energy or time to cleanse the body, deposits of waste are formed. When food is completely digested, a signal to start detoxification is turned on, and toxins are released into the circulatory and lymphatic systems. Depending on the quantity and quality of food, the signal may turn on earlier - 6-10 hours after a meal. As a rule, the more you eat, the longer the process of processing food lasts and the later the signal to start detoxification is activated.
Solid food for digestion must first be moistened; it takes energy and time. Liquid food is practically ready for absorption and does not need energy for grinding.
Foods that have been heat-treated delay the signal to start detoxification, since heating any product to a temperature in excess of 48 ° C destroys the enzymes it contains. Enzymes play a crucial role in the digestion process. The production of these substances requires so much energy that nature provides them in finished form. Raw vegetables, fruits, nuts and seeds contain the enzymes necessary for their own digestion. By subjecting these products to heat treatment, we lose this important resource. The body has to produce its own enzymes from starch, which requires additional energy consumption and, accordingly, delays detoxification.
There are other factors that influence when and how effectively the body enters the detoxification regime. If we eat food that causes an allergic reaction, a whole range of processes are launched that require even more energy and time. If intestinal lymphoid tissue is irritated — immune cells living near the intestinal walls — it begins to produce histamines and immunoglobulins to combat allergies, which in turn causes a series of reactions, including activation of the inflammatory system.
So, food that causes allergies, activates the three systems of the body - digestive, immune and allergic - each of which consumes a large amount of energy. When they are triggered, there is a snowball effect: one reaction entails a whole series of others that cause sneezing, itching, vomiting, dilation of blood vessels and the like. By depleting the body's energy budget, they further detoxify. The chaos caused by irritating products deprives both the patient and the doctors, who usually do not associate this problem with the use of annoying food. Thus, each of us can eventually accumulate a huge stock of toxins in our body.
Some products delay the signal to start eliminating toxins, while others bring it closer, speeding up many stages of digestion and absorption. Foods high in magnesium contribute to an increase in intestinal motility and accelerate the passage of food through it. Olive oil facilitates this process by lubricating the walls and causing bile to flow from the gallbladder. Bile plays an important role in the digestive process. Accelerate it and foods rich in enzymes.
Nature provides us with many of the things that are necessary to remove toxins from the body, we just need to follow its rules. My elimination diet is based on knowledge of these rules. If you avoid eating foods that are difficult to digest, and also cause allergies and irritation, this will make it easier for the body to enter the detoxification mode. Combining dishes of an elimination diet with liquid food - what you have to do in the process of implementing a cleansing program - you still reduce the load on the digestive system. Of course, this contributes to a more rapid entry into the detoxification mode, a longer stay in it and, consequently, a deeper cleansing.
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