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Conclusion




I want to finish this book with a quote from "Introduction to psychoanalysis." Sigmund Freud, warning us not to take any side in a completely unnecessary dispute, writes: "In science, it is very common to snatch out part of the truth, put it in place of the whole and fight in its favor with everything else that is no less true."
Ideal nutrition for each of us, regardless of gender, age, lifestyle, etc., is a diet that does not cause chronic diseases, malfunction of the gastrointestinal tract, discomfort in the digestive process, constipation and does not lead to a delay in natural shipments of the body and its self-poisoning.
Thus, the ideal can be considered such a food that is ideal for digestion. In the process of analyzing the main theories of nutrition, claiming to be called ideal, it was established that each of the considered theories of nutrition has specific physiological grounds, which in some cases are deviations from the norm.
There is nothing ideal for humanity as a whole, since the ideal can be determined in accordance with ethnic, social, religious and personal ideas and sensations. What are we addressing in times of loneliness and despair — to childhood memories, to our home? What do we shout out of our hearts from the horror that surrounds us, from the clot of pain that falls upon us in the period of physical and mental illness? Just one word: "Mom." So, the ideal is that we have absorbed from the mother's breast, her hands and her love, from our childhood, our home, our family, our small homeland, where the first ideas about our beloved, pleasant, cozy, dear appeared.
It has been widely established that the long-livers of the most diverse regions of the world lead an active lifestyle that they have been used to since their childhood. In particular, they walk a lot at any time of the year and in any weather. It is also characteristic in the overwhelming majority of cases of their strong marital and social status. Long-livers, their relatives and friends have a highly developed sense of family integrity and continuity of generations. The ideal food is the food of the native home, the home hearth, which is based on recipes transmitted from grandmother to daughter and granddaughter, on family traditions, on traditions of a given locality, a given people, a given nationality. This will be the perfect nutrition for a healthy person. But if there are abnormalities in the gastrointestinal tract, digestive organs, nervous system, if there are compelling circumstances that cause us to abandon the usual childhood nutrition, then the consequences of the circumstances that caused breakdowns in our body can be eliminated by creating ideal nutrition for a specific affected person. And here the aforementioned theories of nutrition and their criticism and analysis can come to the rescue with a detailed analysis of the medical indications and contraindications that I cited in this book. I hope that my next book with the working title “Healing Nutrition” will help you to make the right choice.
I wish you, my dear readers, success in this choice. I wish you happiness and health.




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