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  1. Florian Maurer-Group 1053-Usage of spinach for regeneration and detoxification of organism says:

    Usage of spinach for regeneration and detoxification of organism

    What is Detoxification?
    It’s the metabolic process by which toxins are changed into less toxic or more readily extractable substances. Detoxification is one of the more widely used treatments and concepts in alternative medicine and its methods of healing have been used for thousands of years. Many enzymes are involved in this process and there are two ways of achieving detoxification.
    Firstly, transport of the toxin-complex formed to by the liver or kidneys, dissolution, and its secretion through defection or through the urinary system, out of the body. The body removes toxins through sweating and exhalation.
    The other way is the synthesis of a new molecule and attaching it to the toxic molecule, so that together they form a larger molecule than the initial toxin.
    In Phase 1, new molecules created that are able to connect to the toxins that need to be neutralized, and make them comfortable to transport. Enzymatic system, cares for the creation of materials, called cytochrome P 450.
    In Phase 2, additional molecules are formed that drive the toxins, far from the body, and actually carry out that process of detoxification; A carrier molecule neutralizes the poison, and makes it soluble in the blood.
    The main carrier’s molecules, participating in the process of detoxification, are molecules with iron compunds.
    Spinach, along with other green leafy vegetables is rich in iron.
    It contains iron absorption-inhibiting substances, including high levels of oxalate, which can bind to the iron to form ferrous oxalate and render much of the iron in spinach unusable by the body. Spinach is a low calorie food and has chlorophyll which aids in cleansing the colon.
    Spinach also contains calcium, which can be affected by oxalates, decreasing its absorption.
    An example of a chemical process of detoxification:
    Breaking down the protein we eat, is done in the digestive tract, and amino acids are created shipped through the blood to cells, and play a role there. After using them creates ammonia – which is toxic and should not enters the blood.
    The breakdown of the amino acid – and Aline, causes a buildup of a substance called methyl acid – Motel. This material will decay into ammonia. Ammonia connect a substance called alpha-keto-Glotrt. The whole complex will become glutamate, captures ammonia and become more glutamine. Glutamine transports ammonia, and turn it into urea, which is a non-toxic material. Urea will reach the kidneys, and removed from the body through the urinary tract. Our metabolic process is not strong enough to overcome any waste material, formed in the body following a Western lifestyle. Therefore, these substances accumulate in the cells. In addition to the chemical substances mentioned, there is also a waste resulting from frying food good, harmful food combinations, and overeating.
    Spinach and detoxification mechanisms and regeneration:
    As mentioned, the liver and the intestines play a key role in the process of detoxification, so a major part of the strategy detoxification therapy focuses on improving liver function and improving the mechanism of Defecation.
    When there is constipation, we should channel resources to relief the problem. Regular removal of feces is essential. This is the body’s main way to remove byproducts created, both in the gastrointestinal tract and liver.
    Spinach used to treat constipation situations. It is considered to improve liver functions, softens stools and stimulate defecation.
    Spinach is considered a super food as it is a good source of vitamins A (as beta-carotene), C, K, and folate, as well as dietary fiber, calcium and iron. Spinach also contains selenium, zinc, phosphorus, potassium, copper, omega-3 fatty acids and vitamins B1, B2, B3, B6 and E. Spinach is rich in antioxidants that may help protect against certain cancers of the stomach, skin, breast, prostate, ovaries and colon. It is good for cardiovascular health and may help prevent heart attack and stroke. Anti-inflammatory properties may help with diseases such as asthma and rheumatoid arthritis. Spinach contains lutein, which may protect eye health. Studies suggest that eating spinach may help reduce the effects of age-related decline in brain function. Over all, it is not fully proven that spinach helps with detoxification and regeneration, but the substances in spinach strongly suggest such an effect. However, other methods of regeneration and detoxification should not be neglected, when consuming spinach.

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