Where does neurodegenerative disease come from?
Saul Yudelowitz BSc(Hons)
diseases like Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Multiple Sclerosis and others like ALS,
MND and to a lesser extent but still a significant cause, autism come from chronic
low levels of inflammation of the GIT (CLLoGI).
So, why is neurodegenerative
disease on such a steep increase? This is a complexed issue and one surrounded
by a great deal of misinformation but of the 4 main reasons for the cause, one
of them is CLLoGI. In todays lifestyle we live a very fast passed life compared
with just 2-3 decades ago and a significantly faster one when compared with 4-5
decades ago. This has lead to food being prepared faster as well! As a result
CLLoGI are rampant among the Western diet and becoming more common in the
Eastern diet, especially in China where financial growth has grown
exponentially as has lifestyle speed increased. Just a few decades ago, humans
used to predigest (PreD) all grains and seeds that were consumed. This
literally meant that these foods when cooked would enter the human gastrointestinal
tract (GIT) and could be digested and not causes CLLoGI.
Here is an example that
everyone has experienced. If you have eaten corn from a can you cant mistake
the shape of the bright yellow corn. Once consumed, when the corn has being
passed through the GIT they look exactly the same in the feces as they did in
the can! This only achieves two things. First we experience a bloated, full
sensation although we are still hungry. It becomes difficult to find a content
sensation from eating, as nothing seems to satisfy our hunger. This then leads
to the second experience. We begin looking for a stimulant, as we feel tired,
coffee is commonly consumed due to this but once again it doesn’t do what we
feel we need, so sugar is the next stimulant we typically search out.
Here is the explanation
for what is occurring, why we experience these sensations and why we react in
this manner! When we educe bloating in the GIT we can’t digest food, we begin
growing the unhealthy yeast, bacteria and viruses in the GIT, a very common yeast
found in the GIT causes thrush. This yeast, candida consumes sugar and produces
many toxins, one of them being a weak alcohol. It’s these toxins that give us
the brain fog or sleepiness we experience after consuming food that is not PreD.
In the end we crave more sugar in the hope that it will give us the boost we
require but it is just the yeast inside our GIT that wants more sugar.
Typically waking up in the
morning after eating a meal like this becomes very difficult and one would give
just about anything for another 10-15 minutes in bed. Once you are out of
bed there is still CLLoGI and so a stimulant is required but it just doesn’t
seem to do what you require.
Here is an experiment that
you can try. On an empty stomach, that is to say you haven’t eaten for at least
4 hours, eat the following. White bread with a spread on, or brown rice with
some type of other food, canned beans with rice and fish. End your meal with a
generous amount of strawberries. You will experience bloating, tiredness, brain
fog, a diminished ability to deal with stress, a craving for stimulants,
inability to eat so that you feel content, but you will be hungry while your gut
feels full and a few other symptoms that are perhaps not very social.
You are experiencing
CLLoGI and since the GIT is considered an external organ, a great deal of the
bacteria; viruses and yeast will enter into your blood. Initially your immune
system will deal fairly well with this onslaught however with CLLoGI some of
these get through and find areas in the body where they thrive. Yeast in
particular has a rather high affinity to neural tissue because of its
metabolism.Yeast requires sugar!
Its sad to see today some
of the advice given to patients regarding nutrition. Lets take a look back at
history. Humans have been eating bread; grains, gluten, seeds and many more
foods that are advised to be dropped from ones diet for hundreds of thousands
of years. So what has changed, why is so
much advice just down right wrong? The preparation of food in the vast majority
of cases is far more important that what we are eating. If your G-D came down
from the heavens and gave you a chicken it would be the healthiest chicken that
there has ever been. It would tick every box and more. Organic, free range,
If you now took the
chicken and deep fried it you would have the healthiest chicken that is not
considered a food but has now become toxic. Cutting out gluten and much of the
other advice on food allergies just shows a lack of basic physiology and
Here’s why, lets take
brown rice as an example. It is good for us, much better than white rice
however it still contains the husk. This is the part that has the insoluble
fiber and this is what cleans the GIT. Insoluble fiber as the name might suggest
to some can’t be digested by the human GIT, actually any animal that eats
animal fat can’t digest it! We should take brown rice, and sock it in water for
at least 18-24 hours so that it is PreD. What you will see are white bubbles
with a little throth. This is from the yeast that has been eating the sugar
content of the rice and as a result the rice has become PerD. With the husk
softened up by the PreD state the human body can now digest the rice and the
insoluble fiber will clean out the GIT. What you will also experience is a
content meal because your GIT can absorb the nutrients you are consuming. This
results in the amount of food you consume drastically being reduced because we
do not run on calories but nutrients and your body will want food till it has
the nutrients it requires!
All grains and seeds
and some nuts should be soaked for 18-24 hours, adding bakers yeast in the beginning is
advisable, and this is what has been done in human history when preparing food!
The preparation of food is very important and if cooked quickly the human GIT
cant absorb the nutrients. Bread is another example however today self raising flower is typically used. This has the effect of growing the yeast in the GIT with all the bad symptoms. After eating you should never feel tired, you should feel neurally engaged. Happy eating!
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