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Effect on the body of purified nutrients

During the whole evolution, the animal's organism consumed only natural food, which, with very few exceptions, was a complex of various substances. Therefore, it is not surprising that the mechanisms formed in the phylogenesis of metabolism suggest, on the one hand, the intake of the food substance in the natural form created by nature (and not separate proteins, carbohydrates, fats, iron, salt, etc.), and on the other hand, the presence of in the complex of these specific substances (and precisely in natural proportions), which are necessary for the body to assimilate each of the nutrients.

The desire of man for comfort led to the fact that about 700 years ago the first wave of civilization in the field of food began, characterized by an agro-cultural way of life. Breeding crops and animals, the man limited himself in the set of food products and moved this set in the direction of carbohydrates.

The second wave of food civilization, which began about 300 years ago and corresponded to the development of capitalism, was accompanied by an increasing urbanization of lifestyle, and food was delivered to cities from the countryside, which further narrowed the range of food items among citizens, although natural food still dominated.

About 70 years ago, the third wave of the agro-cultural revolution began, the hallmark of which, in our plan of interest, was the fact that the preparation and processing of food began to increasingly take on an industrial character. Industry, however, saw its task in ensuring that food was attractive and in demand by the buyer. To do this, it must meet the tastes of the consumer (in particular, be tasty and beautifully cooked) and be stored for a long time. Delicious food, in turn, should contain as little as possible "ballast" substances that are not perceived or rejected by taste. Therefore, the manufacturer considered it necessary to remove these substances from the products, despite their extreme importance in ensuring the metabolism and normal digestion: vitamins, trace elements, fiber, pectins, etc. were left as waste *

* In fruits, autolysis enzymes, which should provide the plant germ with substance and energy for development, are located in the outer layers of the substance: the peel of apples, potatoes, grain shells, etc.
Therefore, when cleaning these membranes, the mechanism of autolysis is also excluded, which complicates the processes of digestion and makes them more energy-intensive for the body.



All this led to the disruption of natural complexes, and instead they were either refined, pure substances (sugar, vegetable oil, flour, etc.), or new, but now artificially created complexes (with the addition of oils, preservatives, protein additives , sugar, salt, etc.).

In the process of refining, components essential for the metabolism of the body are removed from food, which inevitably leads to disruption of the exchange itself. In addition, the purification of food substances determines the more active course of destruction processes in them *.

* So, the finer the grinding of grain, the greater the contact between the starch particles of flour and the oxygen of the air, but its oxidation leads to the fact that the flour darkens. To prevent this phenomenon, it is necessary to whiten it with the use of inorganic substances, which, again, disrupt the body's metabolism.



The consequences of preferential nutrition with purified products are well illustrated by the following table.



Diseases and disorders arising from the nutrition of purified products



Consequently, the destruction of natural food components during the purification of natural products leads to metabolic disorders, as a result of which many adverse changes occur in the body, affecting various aspects of human health.
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Effect on the body of purified nutrients

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