Increasingly more athletes declare in interviews that they their consumption of meat to limit or even reduce. Thomas D’have explains why that’s not only for elite athletes is a good idea.
Bent over and vomiting: and do you remember that picture of Lionel Messi during the world cup final in Brazil last year?
Was it because of the voltage? By anxiety? By effort? It turned out, in any case, not a one-off incident to have been. In 2011 it was with Barcelona against Real Madrid, also already happened, and in 2013 against Levante and with Argentina against Bolivia, and in 2014 against Atlético Madrid and in the international match against Romania.
In the season after the world cup we see a Messi who is also in his face sharper looks, stronger and even bigger. But most of all: the problem of the vomiting is resolved
The incident in the world cup final was a turning point. In the season after the world cup we see a Messi who is also in his face sharper looks, stronger and even bigger. But most of all: the problem of the vomiting is resolved.
The big change appears to be a modified diet, the Argentine striker explained: a diet which among other things is no longer a place for meat – no Argentine steaks more for Leo! Before he went to seek advice from the Italian Giuliano Poser, a therapist with an approach that touches on a lot of shows with the clinical psycho-neuro-immunology.
Meanwhile, Messi will no longer be the only athlete that follow this advice. In our practice, substantial reductions we already have a lot of patients the consumption of meat as part of a healthy diet tremendously back.
The reason for this? Neu5Gc. That is a molecule whose knowledge of the operation even it is important to resolve muscular injuries, ibs and anxiety attacks. But why exactly is even 100 percent unprocessed meat is the impact negative?
In the case of illness and injuries, there is often different risk factors that together are the cause. That is called multi-etiology. In addition, we make a distinction between independent and dependent risk factors.
Dependent risk factors are not necessary for everyone sickeningly. For example: smoking and drinking alcohol. Independent risk factors by contrast, always and with everyone sooner or later to problems. For example: a lack of movement and a disorder of the biorhythm. Also the food of mammals and zoogdierproducten is such a independent risk factor.
How is that?
When people are located on every cell in their body built-in suikerstructuren: Neu5Ac. Which attract bacteria to the human being, such as Bifido and Lactobacillus. In mammals, there are other structures within their cells: Neu5Gc. That also attract bacteria, bacteria in mammals belong to the man foreign. So that attracts any body with the appropriate bacteria. This is zoonosis called.
If we have products of mammals to eat, such as meat and dairy products, then our cells are affected
But if we have many products of mammals to eat, such as meat and dairy products, then our cells are affected. Increasingly more is Neu5Ac replaced by Neu5Gc. As we change, as it were, in a bit of a cow, a pig, a sheep, a goat,… because there is Neu5Gc in our cells is built. Therefore we also, bacteria that fit in mammals and not in humans, such as salmonella, E. coli (gut), streptococcus mutans (mouth, throat), and epstein-barrvirus (infectious mononucleosis). That are for us, piece by piece, disease-causing bacteria.
Chronically activated immune system
By bad bacteria, attracted by Neu5Gc, we develop a chronic activation of our immune system – for that bad bacteria to continuously fight. That takes a pack of energy. To the activated immune system nutrients to be able to continue to provide, our body, other bodies begin to break down.
This is evident, meanwhile, is in practice a common cause of muscle injuries. But depending on person to person, this can equally be the basis of problems at the level of the mucous membranes: problems, skin problems, bladder problems, pain in the respiratory tract, et cetera. The bacteria move also through the blood-brain barrier in the skull and are medeoorzaak of anxiety attacks, migraines and even depression.
We want our brains to maintain, then we must eat fish
But man is not naturally a hunter, on mammals hunted? No. Our ancestors were not hunters. The neanderthal man forced the (smaller) homo sapiens to the shoreline. Out of necessity, we are there fish start to eat and our brain start to grow. We want our brains to maintain, then we have to eat fish.
We were great fishermen, but even easier was it to shellfish and samphire gathering. The aquatic environment is the best environment as a source of substances that are important for humans: iodine, zinc, omega 3, vitamin A, vitamin D and iron.
Harbinger of subsequent pathology
What I want to stress is: Neu5Gc is an independent risk factor that our sooner or later ill will. It is a matter of time. In my experience the first symptoms in athletes, such as muscle pains and joint pains, often the harbinger of subsequent pathology. There are also more and more clues about the role of this molecule in non-impressionable to diseases such as arthritis, MS, cancer, and hypothyroidism (schildklierkwaal).
1. Try as much as possible, mammals and dairy products to consume.
Personally, I choose my ‘feestmomenten’, moments out of that problematic something to eat or drink that I like: the occasional cappuccino (milk froth), a côte à l’os, a pizza (cheese and chorizo). But it belongs not at all to my daily diet.
The influence of exercise on Neu5Gc, I notice also a lot of ex-athletes after their career, they move much less and suddenly physical symptoms are more manifest
Because after an intense physical effort can the suikermolecule Neu5Gc consumed (metabolized) in place of the built in. V??r a pleasant ‘obligation’ as a barbecue I go thus expanded sports. The influence of exercise on Neu5Gc, I notice also a lot of ex-athletes after their career, they move much less and suddenly physical symptoms are more manifest.
If you use this advice follows, there will be much less Neu5Gc in your cells are built. So please so this Trojan horse, a mammal! – outside.
Reported by Christian Vandenabeele