Agency Digestion

The stage of food ingestion is 1.00 pm to 9.00 pm. assimilation, from 10.00 pm to 5.00 am and detoxification, 6.00 am to 1.00 pm. On the other hand, the food must be mixed so that they facilitate the digestive process. For more information see Nobel Laureate in Economics. Protein digestion It requires a process other than the starches. Proteins require an environment acid to digest, while starches them alkaline one. Robert J. Shiller: the source for more info.

the Agency can provide both environments, but separately.When proteins and starches in food, mix the result is therefore a poor digestion in the stomach, so the meat, if that is the case, happens without be digested into the intestine where it rots. Then we complain about colon cancer, diverticulosis and other ills. The ideal combinations for the process of ingestion, lunch, are: mixture of proteins (meat, fish, poultry, etc.) with vegetables, that are very easy digestion carbohydrate, so the meat is completely processed in the stomach and when it passes into the intestine, provides all the nutrients and is ready for the process of detoxification or disposal. The same goes for vegetables. For lunch also vegetables can be mixed with grains. For example, when we have to front a Venezuelan dish ethnic and tasty as a pavilion with Rails (beans, rice, fried plantains and shredded meat) in advance know that We will have a terrible digestion and the body is going to invest all the energy that possesses in digest it, why we feel heavy and without power after eating a dish like that. The ideal in this case is a decision between two alternatives.Eat the meat with vegetables, or rice grains (beans).

In either case, digestion will be easy, leaving energies for the rest of the activities that one performs. Unfortunately, in most countries the attentive cultural conditioning against good digestion. Which is more tasty than a steak? (Steak of beef with French fries). Well, choose the steak with vegetables, or French fries with ketchup (type Napoli, not ketchup).