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Inflammation and diet


Fish oil is one of the common names for omega-3 fatty acids. But they are present not only in fish. They are in almost every living organism. The bodies of cows contain a lot of these fats if they live in a natural environment, freely walking in the fields and eating grass. But when they live in cramped pens and eat grain, an inflammatory process develops in their body that promotes the production of excessive amounts of omega-6 fats. And to maintain a vital balance, fats of various types must be in the right ratio to each other.
Inflammation occurs when a foreign exposure activates or destroys a number of chemicals in the blood. Almost all modern people suffer from chronic inflammation
In organisms of animals grown in an unnatural way, inflammatory processes occur. Even human consumption of plant foods exacerbates this problem. Fertilizers used in agriculture consist mainly of three components - nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium. All the rest: selenium, zinc, magnesium, manganese, are just some of the fifty-two minerals that plants need to be healthy, they are absent. Thus, plants also lack nutrients. Their immune system is weakening. Being exposed to pests, plants use their protective mechanism, starting the inflammatory process. We have created an inflamed society, eating inflamed plants, inflamed animals, inflamed fish. We absorb inflammation when we eat the food we produce, and therefore we ourselves become it.
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When the organs that carry out detoxification and cleansing of the body are overloaded and do not receive sufficient support, they cease to fulfill their functions. Depending on which cells or organs are most affected, various diseases develop: arthritis, cancer, cardiovascular disease, and so on.
Some diseases occur when an organism with a weakened ability to detoxify begins to use other systems to carry out secondary emergency measures, sometimes in extreme mode. This is part of the survival mechanism. Take, for example, osteoporosis. The skeletal system can be involved in eliminating the chronic excessive acidity of the body due to poor nutrition.
Control over acidity is a more urgent task for the body than bone formation, since high acidity is more dangerous than osteoporosis.
And the bones give part of their alkaline salts to neutralize the acids in the blood.
A specialist in this case would prescribe an expensive medicine to stimulate the development of osteoblasts (cells that make bone tissue) or large doses of calcium, which helps strengthen bones. But neither one nor the other measure makes sense without a simultaneous decrease in blood acidity. Without a certain level of alkalinity, the calcium taken is not absorbed by the bones and ultimately is deposited in the coronary arteries or joints (in addition, calcium is not deposited in the bones without a sufficient amount of vitamin D, and doctors rarely prescribe an analysis for the content of this vitamin in patients). For this reason, today, the use of milk is considered the worst way to combat osteoporosis. Milk helps to increase acidity, which ultimately weakens bones, and by no means strengthens them - as representatives of the dairy industry try to convince you. But before starting treatment, the doctor should ask himself: “Why does the patient have an increased level of acidity?”
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Inflammation and diet

  1. Hygienic assessment of diet and diet
    Objective: to consolidate theoretical knowledge about the importance of nutrition in human life, the basics of good nutrition, provide information about safe nutrition, the prevention of food infections and poisoning. To form practical skills in the organization of a balanced diet. Contents 1. Determine the amount of your daily energy consumption, for which do one of the work: 1.1. definition
  2. The relationship between diet and tooth decay
    The structure and diet for oral hygiene in the first year of life are important, which manifests itself in two ways. Firstly, until the appearance of teeth inside the jaw, the milk row continues to develop, and calcification of the permanent teeth begins. Thus, good overall nutrition is of some importance for both developing dentitions, and the introduction of vitamin D supplements into the diet
  3. Nutrition for exacerbation of liver inflammation and acute gallbladder inflammation
    Nutrition is recommended for patients with acute cholecystitis and hepatitis, chronic cholecystitis and hepatitis, liver cirrhosis with moderate liver failure, cholelithiasis, as well as with simultaneous damage to the liver and biliary tract, stomach and intestines. Food is cooked in water or steamed, wiped. Excluded foods that enhance fermentation and rotting in
  4. General characteristics of the diet
    The diet has reduced animal fat and easily digestible carbohydrates. Proteins correspond to the physiological norm. The degree of reduction of fats and carbohydrates depends on body weight. Salt, free fluid, cholesterol, extractive substances are limited. The content of vitamins C and group B, dietary fiber, potassium, magnesium, trace elements (vegetable oils, vegetables, fruits, cottage cheese,
  5. Introduce multivitamins and minerals into the diet
    All children with refractory diarrhea should receive food fortified with multivitamins and microelements daily for two weeks. The necessary nutritional supplements available at local stores are often quite acceptable; the least expensive are tablets that can be crushed and added to food. Thus, you can choose all kinds of combinations of vitamins and
  6. High-calorie diet (3500-3600 calories)
    A high-calorie diet is recommended for exhausted, weakened patients. PRODUCT SET FOR DAY Black bread 500 g. Potato 450 g. Vegetables (except potatoes). Buckwheat, oat, pearl barley 70 g. Beef II category 220 g or Chickens II category 220 g. Cooked sausage low-fat varieties 60 g. Eggs 1 piece. Fat-free cottage cheese 200 g. Russian cheese 50 g. Milk 400 g.
  7. INFLAMMATION: DEFINITION, ESSENCE, BIOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE. MEDIATORS OF INFLAMMATION. LOCAL AND GENERAL MANIFESTATIONS OF INFLAMMATION. ACUTE INFLAMMATION: ETIOLOGY, PATHOGENESIS. MORPHOLOGICAL MANIFESTATION OF EXUSDATIVE INFLAMMATION. RESULTS OF ACUTE INFLAMMATION
    Inflammation is a biological, and at the same time a key, general pathological process, the appropriateness of which is determined by its protective and adaptive function aimed at eliminating the damaging agent and repairing damaged tissue. In medicine, to indicate inflammation, the term "um" is added to the name of the organ in which the inflammatory process develops - myocarditis, bronchitis,
  8. Inflammation. Definition, essence, mediators of inflammation. Local and general manifestations of exudative inflammation, morphological manifestations of exudative inflammation. The answer is the acute phase. Ulcerative necrotic reactions with inflammation.
    1. The main processes that develop in the body in response to tissue damage are 1. amyloidosis 2. inflammation 3. regeneration 4. formation of granulomas 5. hyperplasia of cell ultrastructures 2. Inflammation is 1. hyperplasia of cell ultrastructures 2. restoration of lost structures 3 uncontrolled growth of cellular elements 4. exudative-proliferative response to damage 5. cellular
  9. Productive and chronic inflammation. Granulomatosis. The morphology of specific and non-specific inflammation.
    1. Chronic inflammation is manifested by a simultaneous combination of 1. failed repair 2. angiogenesis, scarring 3. reactive changes 4. tissue damage 5. embolism 2. Causes of chronic inflammation 1. acute infection 2. persistent infection 3. prolonged exposure to toxic substances 3. Chronic inflammation characterized by 1. deposition of amyloid 2. mononuclear infiltration
  10. The course of inflammation. Acute and chronic inflammation
    The course of inflammation is determined by the reactivity of the body, the type, strength, and duration of the phlogogen. There are acute, subacute and chronic inflammation. Acute inflammation is characterized by: - ​​an intense course and a relatively short (usually 1-2, up to a maximum of 4-6 weeks) duration (depending on the damaged organ or tissue, the degree and extent of their alteration,
  11. Inflammation Overview acute inflammation
    Inflammation is a complex, local and general pathological process that occurs in response to damage or the action of a pathogenic irritant and manifests itself in reactions aimed at eliminating damage products, and, if possible, agents (irritants), as well as leading to the maximum recovery for these conditions in the area of ​​damage. Inflammation, has a protective and adaptive
  12. Nutrition as a factor in maintaining and strengthening health. Physiological nutritional standards. The importance of the individual components of food in human nutrition. The importance of proteins in human nutrition, their norms and sources of entry into the body
    Nutrition is one of the most active and important environmental factors that has a diverse effect on the human body, ensures its growth, development, preservation of health, working capacity and optimal life expectancy. All this is provided by a daily, regulated meal with a certain set of food products. Food products are complex
  13. Proliferation and outcomes of inflammation. Types of inflammation
    Inflammation always begins with damage and cell death. But at a certain stage, when the processes of repairing damage, cleansing of everything that is dead, alien to the body come into force, infiltration, suppuration and the processes of proteolysis and necrosis associated with them are stopped and recovery processes come to the fore. In accordance with this, the cellular composition of the inflammatory
  14. Recommended products for exacerbation of liver inflammation and acute gallbladder inflammation
    Recommended: yesterday’s wheat bread; soups are prepared on a mucous broth with grated cereals, vegetables or on vegetable broths with finely chopped vegetables - potatoes, carrots, zucchini, pumpkin, boiled cereals - rice, semolina, oatmeal, noodles, and egg-milk mixture can be added to soups, which is prepared mix raw eggs with an equal volume of milk, and season
  15. Diet and its analysis.
    For dairy cows (kg / goal / day) wheat bran - 0.5 ground barley - 2 cereal hay - 4 silage - 35 molasses feed - 1.6 common salt - 0.08 Table No. 2 Diet analysis: dry matter - 17, 02/4 = 4.2 - above normal (2.5 - 3.5) Sugar protein ratio - sugar / protein = 1187.08 / 1313.1 = 0.9 Ca: P ratio = 1.5: 0.7 ( disadvantage P) K: Mg ratio
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