Does Your Lifestyle Create Health Or Disease?
The diets for Nature’s planetary organisms have a genetic, evolutionary and environmental past. Since the biological beginnings of natural life, plant and animal cells need to assimilate energy and nutrients. A planetary “food chain continuum” evolved; this allows the environmental organisms of Earth to live and multiply. All “DNA” forms of life express their inheritance, using their “mother tongue” in a DNA system of communication. DNA is a physical language, amplifying the vowel and consonant sounds of global life. The plants and animals are “biomaterial manifestations,” every cell in life learns, being taught and programmed for its terrestrial lifestyle. DNA is at the center of life and in biochemistry terms, “deoxyribonucleic acid” is a “nucleic acid.” Nucleic acids are one of the “four” major types of “macromolecules” in biology. The other three types are the complex carbohydrates (polysaccharides), fats (lipids) and proteins (amino acids). These categories of macromolecules occupy a “status position” in the science of life, being the four corners of Nature’s biophysical world. This foundation, these macromolecular nutrients and their byproducts, supports the growth, development, maintenance and reproduction of every planetary organism. DNA is an “organic language,” directing every function in the bodies of plants and animals and it’s not a protein. All needed nutrients are important to life; the ones we know of, and the unknown ones too, yet to be researched or discover. Nucleic acids, polysaccharides, lipids and amino acids are the nutrients of life; all their functions are equally important. Each macromolecule works out of its own cornerstone; one could not live without the presence of the other three. The process of life is a perpetual movement of the Earth’s food chain. These cellular nutrients travel from one organism to another, sharing life among the plant and animal beings of Nature. Evolutionary thought documents the gross changes in plant and animal species over time to this present day. For plant and animal “cell” nutrition, understand the planetary food chain. These macromolecules in our environmental foods are still being used after hundreds of millions of years. The human digestive tract took millions of years to evolve; cell nutrition for a dinosaur or for a human being today is still all about these same macromolecular nutrients. Mother Nature’s food chain is the foundation for natural life; the energy and nutrients, supplied by these macromolecules, powers the consumption and elimination processes of every living cell.
Did you get your rations of complex carbohydrates (polysaccharides), fats (lipids) and proteins (amino acids) in your diet today? How about the necessary nucleic acids, did you get them in your food today? The better question is, have you ever heard of “nucleic acids” in foods before? The science of nutrition is less than one hundred years old and there is so much this modern university discipline cannot explain. In 1912 the science of nutrition published a series of works on diets and animal feeding experiments by Dr. Frederic Hopkins. This University of Cambridge biochemistry professor (Nobel Prize, Physiology 1929) demonstrated a diet, consisting of pure carbohydrates, fats, proteins, minerals and water, failed to support the nutritional requirements for animal physiology. This suggested the existence of tiny quantities of “unidentifiable” substances in the “normal” diets of animals, essential to their growth and survival. These “unsuspected dietetic food factors” were hypothetical substances at the time; later the first ones discovered were named vitamins. Vitamins are essential to the growth, development and maintenance of natural organisms. Nutritional scientists continue to isolate and determine the function of macromolecules and their biochemical breakdown components. Today, scientific research investigates an endless list of nutri-chemicals in our plant and animal foods, trying to understand their interdependent relational purposes. This is a “complex path” in an unending understanding of health and nutrition. A more “simple journey” for us to travel is the same path all life travels, eating the planet’s “rainbow dye-it” nutrients from Mother Nature’s food chain. Consume a “rainbow dye-it” of planetary foods, we may not know the biochemical terms or physiological functions for any of the reactants or products in this nutrition equation; the important thing is eating the evolutionary foods, which supply the nucleic acids, polysaccharides, lipids and proteins for life. This way is Nature’s way and the best way to get these nutrients. Eating whole foods in abundant colors assures us one thing; we are getting all the nutrients we evolved over time to eat. The wild herbivores and carnivores live this lifestyle everyday for a healthy life. In the early 1900’s, the nutritional sciences did not now about vitamins. Today, nucleic acids and many other phytonutrients are not on our food labels; no dietary recommendations are established for them either. We need to understand, when we eat planetary foods, we are eating the full spectrum of nutrients, like life has for all of evolutionary time. The whole nutrients are there in a variety of colors and in every season. When we eat and digest the cells of plants and animals; we are living the way any wild creature does as far as their nutrition goes. All the natural nutrients of life are available to us, so rest in this spherical earthly tradition. For 3.5 billion years, life is satisfied with the energy and nutrients, coming in the four macromolecular forms. From our planet’s food chain, we digest and assimilate foodstuffs; then we eliminate a waste when the energetic materials are exhausted.
DNA performs so many functions in our body, participating in the most important details of organic life. From its own duplication in cell division, to giving instructions in the construction of proteins, DNA is in a constant mode of creation, needing a steady supply of nutrients in the form of nucleic acids. Nucleic acids are made from “monomers,” known as nucleotides. A nucleotide is three chemically bonded components, a 5-carbon sugar, a phosphate group, and a nitrogenous base. These repeated monomers, hydrogen bonded side by side in a spiral “stepladder like” chain configuration, become a “double helix polymer” of nucleotides. The best-known “double helix polymers” are today’s directing architectures; the DNA of life produces the billions of different plant and animal species on planet Earth. Abundant in all living things, these double-helix polymers function to encode, transmit and express Nature’s genetic information. Long chains of nucleotides, strung together in specific sequences are the chromosomes of plants and animals and the mechanisms for storing and transmitting hereditary information. The physiological functions of DNA, directing protein synthesis, are the discerning productions of natural life. Nucleic acids (parts of cell genes), polysaccharides (parts of cell sugars), lipids (parts of cell fats) and amino acids (parts of cell proteins) and their metabolisms require energy and nutrients to function properly. This energy and nutrient supply, for billions of years, is the planet’s food chain. The evolutionary plants and animals are instructed by their DNA language; seek, find and be satisfied by Nature’s colorful milks of watery foods. In 1956 the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) produced a food guide, specifying a foundation diet, known as the “Basic Four.” This nutritional guide recommended four food groups: milk, meat, fruits and vegetables, and grain products. Focusing on getting enough nutrients, the guide was popular for decades. In 1992, the USDA released its first “Food Pyramid,” using separated zones to show percentages, suggesting the daily intake of various food groups. Food Pyramids come and go and in 2011, new “Dietary Guidelines” were released, recommending, balancing the intake of calories with physical activity. Consuming more fruits, vegetables, low-fat dairy products and seafood were also emphasized, along with watching excessive intake of sodium. Think of all the plants and animal on Earth and none of them need a food pyramid to now how to eat and be healthy.
The planetary environmental foods with all their colors are genetically programmed for our consumption, no genetic modifications are needed
Surmise for yourself, the four categories of macromolecules, the nucleic acids (the instructions), the polysaccharides (the fuel), the lipids (the oil) and the proteins (the transmission fluids), all are important in Mother Nature’s nutrition. They animate these biotic “automobiles,” the “machine beings” of Nature, living and surviving in life. Understand our biological sciences are toddlers in understanding Mother Nature’s planetary food chain, with its billions of years in experience. When a scientific expert claims processed fast foods are “good” with numerous university studies, I will not guess at, who is paying these “de-greed” experts for their opinions. We are faced with so many mind and body challenges in this 21st century of modern time. Our problems arise, being the effects of an unhealthy venture into materialism and its artificial lifestyle. Don’t be fooled, Nature’s macromolecules are the foods our minds and bodies were designed to eat. The Earth’s wildlife across the globe doesn’t suffer from these inflammatory degenerative diseases; modern humanity is committing an unnatural genocide by consuming synthetic fake food-like products. The truth is, these macromolecules of Nature will energize and nourish a body to heal. Trust these macromolecules of evolutionary dietetics; the planetary environmental foods with all their colors are genetically programmed for our consumption, no genetic modifications are needed. A few hundred years of eating processed foods, suffering from artificial diseases, will not change the healthy course and direction of Nature. When we eat something picked from a plant or tree, all these sensual pleasures are added. It is staggering to think of the numbers of phytonutrients, contained in these sweet sun impregnated waters. Does it matter, not knowing the functions of all these nutri-chemicals? What’s more important is the realization of the planet’s food chain. Nature’s plants and animals are the nutrition for life; from these planetary foods, the health of every creature is authenticated. It is a rainbow adventure, starting with the white light from our sun. The Earth’s prism displays the sunlight’s many electromagnetic colors, transforming them into the diversity of life on Earth. A healthy life is about an interdependent relationship, using the energy and nutrients from a living spectrum of the ultraviolet to the infrared radiated colors; this is the planet’s food chain.
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