As we continue researching all of the “benefits” dietary glucose (cooked and processed carbohydrates) give our body, in this blog, I am going to show you how this “beneficial” sugar disrupts our nervous system.
Whenever we are talking about our cellular structure we have to remember that our nervous system is also composed of those same cells.
The only difference between a neuron and a muscle cell or a cell of the pancreas or the liver is its genome. The active expression of its genes.
All of our cells had started from a single cell and depending on where they located themselves, the environment under the influence of MAGRAV (magnetic gravitational field), stimulated certain genes to oscillate. This we call the active genes which then stimulate all of the cellular activity in this environment.
I want this information to become absorbed so that you are always aware that any change in the cellular activity came from reprogrammed genes.
Why is this so important?
Because we often see changes in hormones in the blood and then we go and analyze how certain functions of our body has changed because of it. This means that we blame the hormones and we think that by countering their action, we are going to solve the problem. But the hormones are not the ones who had triggered all those changes. Something actually caused the cells to start producing the access or insufficiency of certain hormones. Because of this now, the whole body experiences readjustments. Often those readjustments allow us to continue living but in a debilitating kind of way.
What I am trying to explain is that changed blood values of hormones are not a cause of our problems. The environment that had changed the gene expression which stimulated cells to change the hormonal production is the real culprit. The change of the hormonal picture of the blood is only a symptom, an reflection of this process. We cannot heal the body by attacking or dealing with the symptom. This never brings any result and the mainstream medicine is all about mingling with symptoms. No wonder no-one gets healed.
What do neurons have to do with the production of hormones you may ask?
Everything. Through our nervous system, we manifest our emotions. This is an extremely important part of our system as the relation with chronic diseases goes. But more than this. Emotions can affect our cellular structure in the same way as the food we eat.
Good food brings energy and relaxes us and the bad food robs us of energy and makes us tense.
Exactly the same cellular effect is achieved through emotions.
Good emotions will energize us and will relax us, and the bad emotions will rob us of energy and make us tight.
The environment of our body is created by the food we eat, the water we drink, the air we breath but also and in equal strength by the emotion we project.
Remember, we manifest through our emotions and this meant that the world is the way it is because of them.
Now you may ask what does the dietary glucose have to do with how the nerves react to their environment and the emotions that we project?
Well, let us examine what role dietary glucose plays in a neuron’s activity.
Neurons (nerve cells) are transmitters. Every transmitter uses huge amounts of energy when transmitting a signal.
When we focus on doing something and especially if this job requires mental activity, the energy demand of neuron is tremendous, more than twice of a muscle cell. Now you can imagine how much energy the brain requires especially if you have to do some thinking, analysing or simply focusing on the certain problem.
Since basically everything you do while being awake requires your attention, your brain is all the time very active and it’s energy requirements exceed the energetic needs of your muscles.
Because the bran is constantly active while we are awake, it has to have a constant production of energy. We know that most of the needed energy comes from the heart but there is that 20%plus required energy that has to come from the cellular production from the neuron itself.
The only constant supply of an energy source in an animal or human body comes from the fat, triglyceride. Since the mitochondria can use this fa to produce energy from it, triglyceride becomes the primary source of cellular energy.
Because of the high energy demand, the neuron has to have around 4000 active mitochondria to be able to produce enough power and satisfy the energy needs of the neuron.
Since fat is always available, the brain has always the optimal energy and the system works without a glitch.
The brain also has a small deposit of glycogen in its cellular structure but the same as the muscle, it cannot tap into its glucose without a stress hormone releasing it from the protein bond.
The same process that I had explained about the cellular manipulation of glucose in the body, happens to the brain itself.
More we adjust to utilize glucose as the cellular energy source, the more problems we create for the brain.
The mitochondria count goes down and the neuron becomes dependent on glucose.
Since our body does not save glucose, whatever was not used, liver converts into fat (triglyceride) becomes fat itself and the rest of triglyceride becomes deposited in the adipose tissue making us fat.
Because we do not eat every hour, as soon as the cellular energy becomes low, then the cell signals for a fresh supply of the energy source which in animal and the human body is triglyceride.
Unfortunately, since they deactivated a bunch of mitochondria, neurons cry for more energy so triglyceride blood level is rising but neurons are starving for energy. This makes us sleepy and irritable especially if we are forced to concentrate and continue with the high level of brain activity. Now the neurons go into a stress, stress hormone is being released so that the glycogen can be utilized. This increased steroid levels in the brain make us aggressive and here, a bipolarity is borne.
Everyone who knows a bodybuilder on steroids knows how emotionally unstable they are. It is basically the same thing. This is another reason why people are being told to have multiple small meals during the day so that they avoid steroid production but they cannot prevent it during the night. This is why in time, people start having problems sleeping at night and having aggressive dreams.
Children are the best example showing us the emotional turmoil when they are on a carbohydrate diet. After they eat, they become hyperactive and behave like they are on steroids, but as the energy diminishes, they become slow and cranky.
They start annoying you and cry for no reason. They become sleepy but do not want to go to sleep.
As soon as they eat again, the whole cycle repeats itself. Such irrational behavior is very difficult on their parents so they place them in front of a Tel a lie Vision with a cookie in a hand and such children start becoming obese and unhealthy and their emotional problems continue escalating.
Since the Self Healers Protocol is correcting the bad eating habits, the brain becomes supplied with the correct energy source – the triglyceride, which is constantly available and the neurons do not have shortages of energy. No stress hormones are produced and the person behaves properly. Many bipolar people normalized their behavior utilizing this protocol and mothers love how it has changed the behavior of their children.
Those energetic problems and cellular changes in time also trigger a loss of memory and are a direct cause of what we call the Alzheimer’s disease which is easily reversed by correcting the cellular environment.
The same circumstances lead to the weakening of the myelin layers of neurons causing the Parkinson’s disease.
So tell me please, what is the correct amount of dietary glucose we are supposed to have in our diet?
Love and light to us all.