1. Oil, Fat, Lipids, Cholesterol - quality membranes

2. Protein and non-protein nitrogen - total energy

Hidden Hunger

Nutrient deficiency is more common than most of us think in the modern world.
Often shows up as food cravings or low energy.
Increased rates of autism, demenia, heart disease, stroke and cancer.
Millions of people suffer from a lack of lipids and nitrogen-energy.

1. Lipids

We are 65% water and the <hydrophobic> membranes stop water from leaking out. Without lipids we cannot keep the blood in arteries and bleed, often seen as a stroke. Leaky gut syndrome is when the lipids are inadequate and we leak in the abdomen.

  • Swollen ankles,
  • edema
  • Puffy eye bags
  • hypo-cholesterol, low HDL, the good lipid
  • Hyper-cholesterol, high LDL, the bad lipid
  • Hyper-triglycerides, high vitamin E, vegetable oils, others
  • Premature cardiovascular disease
  • Body fat distribution disorders

2. Non-Protein Nitrogen / Free-Nitrogen

Our energy comes mostly from free-nitrogen, not sugar, not carbohydrates.

We all know about the need to eat some protein with each meal but the 'bound-nitrogen' in protein is not adequately available for our energy and immune needs.

Non-protein nitrogen or free-nitrogen cannot be stored in the body. Levels deplete in (#) hours to give us a loss of energy and feeling of hunger. Plant based food has very little free-nitrogen and energy levels are not well maintained unless we eat lipids or free-nitrogen foods. Plants have no need to store free-nitrogen which is needed for nerve, muscle, heat or immune system energy.

Low free-nitrogen is seen in:

  • chronic fatigue
  • nourishment
  • muscle wasting
  • loss of muscle tone
  • skin wrinkles, eczema
  • low grade connective tissue
  • loss of height as we age
  • slow wound healing
  • growth retardation
  • infertility

How do we get nitrogen?

The food chain

  1. Air contains 78% nitrogen, inert gas, cannot help
  2. Soil nitrogen varies, farmers add nitrogen fertilizer, nitrates, nitrites
  3. Micro-organisms fix the nitrogen for plants to absorb from the soil
  4. Plants 'fix' nitrogen to carbon and water, [carbohydrate means, "carbon+water"
  5. Cows, most efficient of the grass eating animals, fermenting stomach animals, <rumen>
  6. Humans are dependent on digestive help from bacteria and grass eating animals for adequate free-nitrogen

Milk, short shelf life, yes please!

                               free nitrogen     lipids

  • human milk       20-30%,         
  • cow milk                               full fat, avoid skim or low fat
  • goat milk
  • sheep milk
  • yak milk
  • horse milk
  • donkey milk
  • reindeer milk
  • camel milk
  • lama milk
  • buffalo milk

short shelf life, nutrient dense food

UHT milk, avoid, no nutrition

  • long shelf life
  • ultra high temperature, like deep-frying, destroys all protein, free-protein and nutrients,
  • like a plastic product that will not digest,
  • some think it is a milk intolerance but just "not milk"
  • found in cooler section, scam, because it lasts for years at room temp.
  • not a food, not nutrition, do not buy

Compare package date to expiry date.

  • UHT long shelf life. 
  • Real milk has a short shelf life

Plant milk scam, no nutrition, just sugar

Not milk, little to no health benefit, obesity, tired, brain fog, sugar buzz some think is energy.

Beame popular 30 years ago as soft drinks increased along with obesity, diabetes, autism and cancer.

The sugar content is vastly high in plant-milk, like soda pop.

Non-milk products

  • almond milk
  • pea milk
  • soy milk
  • oat milk
  • rice milk
  • seed milk
  • bean milk
  • vegan milk
  • quinoa milk
  • coconut milk

None of these are healthy

The term 'milk' is reserved for dairy based food,
Retailers put the non-milk beside milk
Milk is less profitable than non-milk
Non-milk has a longer shelf life

  • not milk
  • not natural
  • highly processed
  • non-dairy beverage
  • like soda pop

Worst effects when consumed at breakfast time

  • sugar at best
  • weak immune at worst

 

 

Terminology

  • fossil fuel,          chains of carbon,             must be heated to release energy
  • carbohydrates,    carbon + water,                can release energy at body temperature
  • free-nitrogen,       carbohydrate + nitrogen,   fast release, explosive energy from nitrogen
  • protein,               carbohydrate + nitrogen,   fixed, muscle wasting to release free-nitrogen

Two types of carbohydrates

  • Simple sugar, loaded with alcohol (OH), highly addictive, mind altering, buzz with no energy, stored as body fat
  • Complex carb, loaded with lipids, oils, not addictive, slow, steady energy, satisfying, healthy