Food for the soul / Insight

ziua 9. din 10.

Ma trezesc dis de dimineața. Când imi termin treaba, ma cântăresc. Surpriza plăcută. Am dat câteva kilograme jos. Ma studiez in oglinda sa vad rezultatele gomajului de aseară. Totul bine. O lingura de miere pe piele si nu mâncata, face minuni.

Citesc despre sare. Având in vedere ca sarea este singurul ingredient permis in dieta, am simțit nevoia sa împrospătez câteva informații. Cel mai clar si mai bogat mi s-a părut acest articol. Iti arat si tie un fragment in engleză.

sare

Fundamental differences
Unrefined sea salt

Natural salt is a prime condiment that stimulates salivation and helps to balance and replenish all of the body’s electrolytes. The natural iodine in these salts protects against radiation, atomic fallout, and many other pollutants. Unrefined sea salt supplies all 92 vital trace minerals, thereby promoting optimum biological function and cellular maintenance. Here is a partial list of the minerals found in unrefined salt and their function in human metabolism:
Sodium: Essential to digestion and metabolism, regulates body fluids, nerve and muscular functions.
Chlorine: Essential component of human body fluids.
Calcium: Needed for bone mineralization.
Magnesium: Dissipates sodium excess, forms and hardens bones, ensures mental development and sharpens intelligence, promotes assimilation of carbohydrates, assures metabolism of vitamin C and calcium, retards the aging process and dissolves kidney stones.
Sulfur: Controls energy transfer in tissue, bone and cartilage cells, essential for protein compounds.
Silicon: Needed in carbon metabolism and for skin and hair balance.
Iodine: Vital for energy production and mental development, ensures production of thyroid hormones, needed for strong auto-defense mechanism (lymphatic system).
Bromine: In magnesium bromide form, a nervous system regulator and restorer, vital for pituitary hormonal function.
Phosphorus: Essential for biochemical synthesis and nerve cell functions related to the brain, constituent of phosphoproteins, nucleoproteins and phospholipids.
Vanadium: Of greater value for tooth bone calcification than fluoride, tones cardiac and nervous systems, reduces cholesterol, regulates phospholipids in blood, and a catalyst for the oxidation of many biological substances.

Refined table salt

Inorganic sodium chloride upsets your fluid balance and constantly overburdens your elimination systems, which can impair your health. When your body tries to isolate the overdose of refined salt you typically expose it to, water molecules must surround the sodium chloride molecules to break them up into sodium and chloride ions in order to help your body neutralize them. To accomplish this, water is taken from your cells, and you have to sacrifice the water stored in your cells in order to neutralize the unnatural sodium chloride.
This results in dehydrated cells that die prematurely.
Refined table salt contains added iodine, which may indeed have helped eliminate the incidence of endemic goiter, but has conversely increased the incidence of hypothyroidism.
Refined table salt lacks all trace minerals.
Refined salt contains anticaking agents such as ferrocyanide, yellow prussiate of soda, tricalcium phosphate, alumine-calcium silicate, sodium aluminosilicate. All work by preventing the salt from mixing with water, both inside the box and inside the human body. This prevents the salt from doing one of its important functions in the organism: regulating hydration.”

Nu ma pot abtine si ma uit si la câteva rețete raw de dulciuri. Minunat ce poți face doar cu ingrediente naturale si un robot de bucătărie. Fără foc!
lem
Uite reteta.

Azi am mâncat orez integral fiert combinat cu hrisca înmuiata in apa, cruda. Si sare. 🙂

Astăzi ma concentrez mai puțin pe dieta si mai mult pe bagaje si pregătiri de plecare.

Noapte buna! Ne vedem curând!

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