Ordained Pattern of Eating
- Drink water as your beverage of choice, as needed, from morning until evening. It is best to drink sufficient water each day by 7:00 pm and then to drink no more water until the following morning. This will most easily preserve a good nights sleep and prevent you from having to disturb your sleep to use the bathroom during sleeping hours.
- Consume raw fruits, vegetables, and pulses, as desired, from morning until evening meal. Do not hold back. Truly enjoy eating sufficient fruit to satisfy your sweet tooth and energy needs, and as many raw vegetables as you can consume, from raw leafy greens to solid green and all colors of the rainbow veggies.
- Include animal-based foods sparingly, and preferably only in times of winter, cold, or famine. If you suffer from digestive disorders, you may benefit from making healing broths to be used as the base of your evening pulse soup.
Now consider seven conditions this pattern of eating enables, which leads to the oxidization or burning of dietary sugars and fats to produce energy and heat rather than to convert them to stored body fat:
- Decreased Blood Glucose and Insulin levels: Insulin is responsible for carrying blood glucose to the cells for the production of energy and for storing excess blood glucose as fat. When blood glucose and insulin levels are chronically high fat-storing is turned on and remains on until levels decrease. Elevated levels also lead to the retention excess body fluids. Decreased glucose and insulin levels enable a fat-burning condition and support the release of excess water weight.
- Increased Glucagon Levels: Glucagon is a hormone that helps release stored fat so that it can be used to create energy for metabolism. Glucagon also facilitates the release of excess retained water. As you establish nature’s balance between insulin and glucagon levels in the blood, the body releases and ceases to reatain excess fluids and fats.
- Increased Lipolysis: Lipolysis is the release of fat from fat stores as fatty acids which then go through a process that enables them to be burned in the making of energy. Lipolysis increases by over 50% when adhering to the above eating pattern.
- Increased Epinephrine and Norepinephrine Levels: These hormones, also known as adrenalin and noradrenaline, increase while adhering to the above eating pattern, leading to a speedy release and burning of both stored fat and glycogen (stored blood glucose), resulting in increases in heart rate, blood flow to skeletal muscles, oxygen supply to the brain, sharpened vision, and also to suppressed inflammation.
- Thermogenesis: Thermogenesis is heat production in skeletal muscles that helps the body retain adequate body heat, and which also can cause as much as 30 percent of excess calories to be burned maintaining or creating an increase in body heat. This Thermogenic effect is seen most vividly among populations that consume 90 percent of their calories from herbs, fruits, and pulses, but is lost upon today’s U.S. population, due to unnatural dietary practices that create chronically elevated blood glucose and insulin levels, which lead to a chronic fat-storing condition. This must be reversed before a person can enjoy natural thermogenesis that is nature's true buffer against excess body fat.
- Growth Hormone: Intermittent fasts of 18 to 24 hours between meals lead to growth hormone increases of up to six fold. They do not decrease muscle mass or slow down metabolism. Rather, they support the building and preservation of muscle mass, and basal metabolic rate (calories burned while at rest). A similar effect is created when eating 90+ percent of ones calories from raw and whole herbs, fruits, and sprouted pulses from morning until evening and by limiting cooked food intake to the evening meal.
- Vital Nutrient Stores: The lack of any vital nutrient leads to irrepressable hunger and to the storing of body fat. A steady fat-buring condition is best supported when vital nutrients needed for metabolism are continually replenished. This is best accomplished by consuming foods that provide the full spectrum of nutrients needed for metabolism. Herbs, fruits, and pulses keep vital nutrient stores fully replenished more efficiently than all other foods. As you fill up on these foods from morning until your evening meal, you will not only facilitate the six preceding conditions, but will replenish the full spectrum of vital nutrients that are required by metabolism.
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