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Continuation article about the causes of chronic fatigue as factors contributing to its development a lot more. This time about how the tone of the nervous system is affected by nutrition.

in Order not to be unfounded, right off the bat, to quote the academician A. Pokrovsky (Director, Institute of nutrition and very reputable scientist). Looking at the most common causes of persistent disorders of the metabolism of the cells he identified three main etiological factors:

  • Damage to the genetic apparatus
  • Failure of essential components of food
  • Exposure to toxic substances (pesticides, bacterial toxins, mycotoxins, etc.)

Here let us according to this classification, and look: what can disturb the metabolism of cells, including neurons and glial.

Genetics I, in some way, touched in a previous article, and make, perhaps, its impact in an article on the pathogenesis of chronic fatigue. Going to go with the second point.

All guess that the last time we eat all sorts of rubbish. But you'd be surprised how many different products you can make using only palm oil (well, if it's from palm, not oil), potato starch and some sawdust. If you add to this hellish mix of a variety of synthetic "additives": dyes, thickeners, flavorings and flavor enhancers, you can get almost anything. A list of one hundred items, as a minimum: meat and dairy products, pates, mayonnaise, sauces, pasta, cereal, sweets. In short, a universal formula.On the labels write, of course, that all natural, but check it out it is unlikely anyone will. Even if you find a lab that can reliably perform the composition, no money or not enough time to analyze everything you want to eat. And not all have such laboratories.

And now judge for yourself how many in the synthetic products of vitamins and minerals, not to mention the real proteins-fats-carbohydrates? Virtually no and promised beneficial bacteria. They like this stuff just will not survive. Well if it's in the brain. Disgustingly. The nervous system loses vital substances. And academician Pokrovskiy A. A., looking from the world to this mess, just turned over in his grave.

About the food I'm not kidding! Esteem. This is the best way to lose weight is to know what your favorite food is made.

But it's not so bad.

If you get more or less natural meat, it usually is antibiotics and a variety of hormonal drugs, which allows you to grow chicken Godzilla (by the way, fed the same oil sawdust). Antibiotics almost completely demolished all the useful intestinal microflora, and the subsequent development of dysbiosis and fun flatulence. To the nervous system it has a direct relationship, since the receptors are present along the entire length of the gastrointestinal tract. They get annoyed products of bad digestion, intestinal gas and inflammatory mediators. As a result, a continuous pathological impulses to the brain. With the emergence of foci is a constant excitation and endless rape of the autonomic nervous system, particularly its parasympathetic division. Very quietly erodes the structure from the inside, depriving reserves. Colleagues doubt the invigorating power of flatulence, I can recommend reading the monograph by S. Z. Pashenkova "Hypochondriacal States." The collected material shows that the effect of the receptors in the gastrointestinal tract to the nervous system knew a bunch of researchers in the mid-nineteenth century, not to mention the twentieth.

part of the antibiotics absorbed into the bloodstream, have a toxic effect on the brain. In particular: penicillins, cephalosporins, and chinolone carbapenem (imipenem) are antagonists of inhibitory neurotransmitter gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA). Losing brake neurotransmitters, the nervous system becomes very excitable, and loses the ability to dampen pathological activity. Which in the end leads to a depletion of norepinephrine and chronic fatigue.

Isoniazid acts as an antagonist of pyridoxine (vitamin B6) and spends his stock. Let me remind you that pyridoxine is a catalyst for many vital processes and is essential for the formation of neurotransmitters: gamma-aminobutyric acid, glycine, and serotonin. It is clear that without conductors impulses of the brain to fully function can not.

hormonal drugs, from food in the human body get most often estrogen, progesterone and somatotropin (growth hormone). The extra hormones disrupt metabolism and destabilisateur internal environment of the body, that the principle of feedback requires correction on the part of the nervous system and the unnecessary power consumption to adapt. In addition, they act on the higher centers of hormonal regulation directly in the brain, reducing the amount of tropic (stimulating production) of hormones. This leads to another wave of the shift of metabolism.

the Amount of hormones of one portion may be negligible, but the frequent fluctuation of homeostasis inevitably takes the organisms adaptation reserves.

by the Way, if animals graze along the roads, their products are well enriched with rare minerals from the discharge of heavy metals. In particular, lead. Incidentally, this metal belongs to the first class of danger of polluting substances. Chronic poisoning leads to fatigue, increased irritability, poor memory, lack of confidence, irritability, headaches and other autonomic manifestations. Consider, for chronic fatigue syndrome.

And we laughed at the Romans with their lead plumbing.

Pesticides, herbicides and nitrates in plodovoshch cultures also has not been canceled. Moreover, every year they must become more. The basic law of capitalism – profit. More veggies – more profit. More chemicals – less competition of vegetables – more vegetables. Less than the cost of chemicals – less costs - more profit. Therefore, taking the chemicals the cheapest. One of the cheapest insecticides, among other things dichlorvos. Once I bought the "Akhtar", the flowers from thrips to water, almost choked – pure dichlorvos, colleagues!

let me Remind you, dichlorvos is FOS, almost a chemical warfare agent. Peroral way of poisoning is also the place to be. In chronic poisoning and in the long-term consequences of acute poisoning – asthenic-vegetative syndrome.

Finally, "tasty", although still a very controversial effect. Personally, I think that it is also involved in the weakening of the human head.

monosodium Glutamate. Food additive to enhance flavor. It is the wave of the tsunami broke into our lives, along with the Restructuring and still not get tired to push in not falling. Chemists and physicians continue to break a lance, proving the benefit or harm of glutamate. Will tell, what it is suspicious to me personally.

To begin about glutamic acid (glutamate). This is the main stimulating neurotransmitter of the CNS. And diversity of the receptors to it is very great, and the receptors are widely distributed from the spinal cord to the cortex. That is, the impact on the brain of glutamic acid is huge!

Now imagine that in the CNS was suddenly a lot of glutamate. Excessive activation of receptors of glutamic acid, the cell gets too much calcium ion, which simultaneously activates a large number of intracellular enzymes and the explosive increase in the intensity of metabolism in the mitochondria (we remember that this is a "battery of cells"), which may lead to their damage and death of the neuron. Thus, it is evident neurotoxic effects of glutamate.

the Uncontrolled release of glutamic acid takes place when implementing an epileptic seizure, stroke, and netluckych degenerative diseases of the nervous system, like a BASS.

And now a little chemistry. According to the laws of nature, water-soluble substances are found in it in the form of ions. That is, the glutamic acid will look something like this: С5Н8NО4 - N+, and monosodium glutamate С5Н8NО4 - Na+. Anion, as you can see, one and the same. The difference between the two substances only in that glutamic acid penetrates poorly through the blood-brain barrier, and monosodium glutamate – no problem. What do you think, what part (anion or cation) from each of two molecules attached to the receptor of glutamic acid? Clearly not a hydrogen with sodium. Therefore, inside the neuron, the difference between these two substances themselves, and not, as Wikipedia so generally believed that the neurotransmitter is glutamate. And not just Wikipedia. I have this strange confusion in the terminology in some different manuals on neurotransmitters across.

what do you think will happen with the citizen, whose nervous system cells damaged and some have fallen off? Right, organic psychosyndrome. And what he first appears? Fatigue, lethargy, fatigue, emotional incontinence, and poor concentration. What is not chronic fatigue?

Data scientists on the subject of the toxicity of monosodium glutamate strongly disagree. Surprisingly, views on another flavor enhancer - common salt - in the scientific world is quite unified. All know that in moderate amounts it can without damage and to overdo it is not worth it, because it will pull in water and cause hypertension. I, personally, have never read one article where the author was invited to eat it by the handful and told would be about the absolute harmlessness of this chemical compound.

And monosodium glutamate dark: some say – eat not oblyapaytes, others find out what will be the vision loss, hepatotoxicity and oxidative stress, and weight gain. The most cunning, gently say that you can use, but within reasonable limits. You in our stores a reasonable amount of glutamate seen? He's practically everywhere! So before you chew glutamate, think ten times: do you need the remaining nerve cells or no longer.

Bulanceva Elena
2018-02-16
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