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5.1.1 Carbohydrates and fat

According to Dc Ron Rosedale most diseases can be prevented by swapping sugar and fibreless white grain into carbohydrates that contain fibers, and by decreasing the amount of carbohydrates in general. This change prevents blood sugar from rising too rapidly and keeps the level of insulin safe. A diet with dark grain, plenty of vegetables and e.g. nectars made from whole berries and fruit contains few carbohydrates. The main source of energy should be natural fat: both vegetable and animal fat is needed but neither refined fat products nor artificial sweeteners.

Carbohydrates easily turn into sugar which can hardly be stored in the body. That's why it is insulin that transforms sugar into fat for the energy storage of the body. If the body has got used to burning a lot of sugar, it's no longer able to burn fat. Therefore, even on a fast the body goes on burning sugar from muscles, which destroys muscular tissue while fat tissue remains the same.

According to Doc Rosedale the problem with sugar and other fibreless carbohydrates is the fact that they increase blood sugar too fast and that's why the secretion of insulin increases, too. A high level of insulin is extremely dangerous for the body. E.g. it can make cells divide and grow tumors (both benign and malignant) without the help of growth hormone. Furthermore, insulin is "the mother" of all other hormones, so therefore, nearly all vital functions may be disturbed by excessive insulin. By keeping the insulin level in control it's possible to prevent all illnesses caused by aging, such as cardiovascular diseases, osteoporosis, overweight, diabetes, cancer and autoimmune diseases such as rheumatism.  This is possible because the body's own the endocrine system repairs itself when the level of insulin remains low enough.

According to Rosedale it's important not to use any artificial, transformed  ingredients or chemical medicines.  Because they are aimed to improve a certain specific part of the body, they disturb other functions of the body.

See Theme page 2. Insulin and its dangers

Theme page 6. The DSB, TSB and and weight control

Theme page 7. The DSB, TSB and biting, swallowing, eating and eating disorders and the senses of taste and smell