It is true that the first thing people think of when they hear the word ‘man’ is ‘man vs. food.’ This is exactly what happened to me when I realized that I’ve been eating the same foods over and over and over again for most of my life.
Well, the first thing people don’t seem to realize is that we all have different food sensitivities. The human body is not a single machine that can be manipulated to the max. All people have the same number of food receptors, even though we all have different food preferences. The problem is that we use that sensitivity to control our food intake to a certain degree, usually to the point where we overeat and get sick.
I’ll give you a little more background on this.
Over time humans have evolved ways to control their food intake that are specific to the foods they eat. These ways include the stomach, the digestive system, and the liver. It all starts with the stomach and the digestive system. The stomach is the most important part of the digestive system. It is basically our stomach’s job to digest our food. The digestive system is the body’s job to break down the food we eat.
The digestive system is basically the first and most powerful line of defense against our food intake. It actually has the task of making sure that the food we swallow is digested correctly. We know that if we eat too much food, we will get sick. The digestive system is the first defense line against this threat which is why many of us over-indulge in foods that are highly toxic. The liver is the second line of defense, and is like a giant second set of wheels.
It’s not easy to make food up that way. We don’t have the knowledge and ability to make food up, so we need to be able to use our stomachs to dig through it and pick up some of the dirt it’s left. If we eat too much, we’ll get sick, but if we don’t eat, we’ll get worse. So the digestive system is the second line of defense. The liver is the third, which is like the second line of defense.
There’s a theory that food toxicity is caused by the accumulation of toxic elements in the intestines. Most toxins are eliminated by the liver, but some are not. When toxic elements are not eliminated from the intestines, they get into the blood, and that’s where the disease manifests.
I had a hard time coming up with a good example of food toxicity, but it seems like it would be something like a fish-based drug or the buildup of toxins in the liver. Something the liver could simply detox, but not necessarily eliminate. In this case, the toxins get into the bloodstream, and the fish-based drug is then dissolved in the bloodstream.
So there you have it. We have a good, balanced list. If you have any examples of toxicity in your diet, we’d love to hear about it.
While I think my own example is pretty awesome, I can’t think of any fish-based drugs, or toxic chemicals, or fish-based drugs that aren’t toxic. But that’s okay. Not all drugs are toxic, and there are also drugs made from plants and animals that can be toxic, such as antibiotics, hormones, etc. These are just examples of things that can have a huge impact on your health.