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Until now, I’ve only mentioned what you should take in. Next is what you should put out. This is the process of detox. The strangest thing in modern medicine is that one of the most important aspects in medical treatment, detoxification, is completely neglected and is not even taught at med school. They are taught to only prescribe medicine, and aside from that they will lop anything unneeded off during surgery. Modern medicine is so unbalanced that it could be said that it has forgotten how things need to be put out as well. The stupid doctors are the ones who don’t realize this big oversight is one of weaknesses of modern medicine.
However, from ancient times there was a strong emphasis on taking out toxic substances from the body or turbid blood. It can be said that they thought medical treatment started from detox. For example, according to Ayurvedic medicine, there is a type of cleansing called “Pancha Karuma”, which involves vomiting, evacuation, enema, evacuation through the nose, and phlebotomy (blood letting). Ancient Indians changed their method of physical and psychological cleansing depending on the season. I’m not saying that we should be doing the same and either way you must be accompanied by a specialist in Ayurvedic medicine to do that safely. However, AD patients must go through some form of detoxification.
AD patients have polypeptides which have not broken down due to excess protein. In addition, they may be vulnerable to lead, mercury, cadmium, beryllium, endocrine disruptors, and hazardous heavy metals such as molybdenum. The foods made from large food companies also contain unnatural antiseptics, pesticides, and additives. Trans-dermal toxins from cosmetics, soap, shampoo, rinse, and detergent also have detrimental effects. Taking these harmful substances, in addition to taking the right supplements, will speed up the effects of AD treatment.
The effects of fasting have been established from ancient times. By fasting, you can cut out extra calories and take out the toxins in your body. However, fasting by drinking only water can be hazardous unless you get help from experienced doctors and instructors (AD patients with extremely severe symptoms should consult a experienced doctor).
In many cases, I recommend you go on a mini fast, where you only abstain from breakfast. Modern dietetics, which claims that people must eat breakfast, lunch, and dinner, is based on mere calculations of daily requirements for calories, vitamins, and the like, and is misguided and can have negative effects. This is most apparent when you realize that many Americans, who created and believe this idea, are suffering from life-style related diseases. There are currently 44 million obese Americans; one out of every 4 or 5 Americans is obese. Are you really going to believe dietary advice from this kind of country?
Sympathetic nerves are very active in the morning. However, during eating, the parasympathetic nerves must be more active. The salivary gland, pancreas, stomach, and the intestines secrete acetylcholine to activate parasympathetic nerves. This is a basic fact that’s even taught in high school. However, since the sympathetic nerves are active during in the morning, it is not a favorable time for the digestion and absorption of food. If you force your body to eat food in the morning, the parasympathetic nerves, which are starting to settle down, gets disturbed, and the balance between Th1 and Th2 gets disrupted.
When people used to work for agriculture, there might have been a necessity to obtain enough calories in the morning for intense labor. However, in contemporary society, young people, who are more likely to develop AD, are students or in the office or service industry, and do not need as many calories. In addition, there are not that many people that even walk to their office or school. Most people are just wasting their calories. Taking excess calories and protein at a time when you can’t even digest it properly, in protein’s case, will mean that many undigested polypeptides will remain in the intestines. As I have mentioned this in the beginning, polypeptides are a major factor in worsening AD conditions.
The most practical way to cut down excess polypeptides and calories is to skip breakfast. People who constantly check food labels and calculate calorie intake are “geeks”. Even if you try to calculate your daily calorie intake, you will most likely quit after a couple of days. In reality, many people do not continue this for a long time.
Conversely, skipping breakfast only requires a simple resolve. If you can’t bear skipping breakfast, limit yourself to pineapple, apple, or carrot (or a mix of those) juice. For example, if you eat dinner at 8, skip breakfast, and eat lunch at 12, you would have fasted for 16 hours. By doing this on a daily basis, you are essentially going through a 16 hour mini fast, which cleans up the body. Some women fast enough to stop their period to stop AD symptoms. This is detrimental to your health, and skipping breakfast is enough.
There are many epidemiology surveys that research whether eating breakfast increases your lifespan. Many of these surveys show that eating breakfast live a longer life. However, statistics can be easily manipulated. Statistics can even show that not smoking increases stress and chances of getting lung cancer. The people who live a long life are currently in their 80’s or 90’s, and when they were young, they most likely went out to work on the field or out sea starting from 4 or 5 in the morning. In those extreme situations, it is necessary to eat breakfast. These people are robust to begin with. These conditions that these people were in are not applicable to contemporary people. If young people now take breakfast, they will definitely live shorter. At time where people are eating more than enough, cutting down on excess calories will effectively treat AD (However, students who have athletic extracurricular activities should eat enough food for their sports.). In the Jomon Period (BC 10,000 - BC 400), Japanese people took 1500 to 1600 calories, in the Edo Period (AD 1603 - AD 1867) people 1700 calories, and now, people take 2000 calories. The calorie difference between the Jomon period and now equates to the calories from breakfast. During the Jomon period, people woke up when the sun went up and slept when the sun went down. None of them had AD then.
Although this is anecdotal, I skip breakfast as well. However, at times when I spend a couple of days at a hotel and fall into the temptation of a fancy all-you-can-eat breakfast, I eat breakfast as well. When that happens, I will get pimples on my face; it is a sign that I am taking too many calories.
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