The Food & The Humans

The Food & The Humans

September 18, 2019 by Prasad Amore0

Of course, the amount of food consumed has an effect on the brain’s mental state. Excessive consumption of sugar can lead to muscle wasting and depression. But carbohydrate-rich foods such as fruits and whole grains will combat depression… writes Prasad Amor

For nearly two million years, humans lived on burning insects and animals, picking tubers and fruits. The men hunted and brought the meat. Women and women collected fruits and fruits. It has been almost seven thousand years since humans began to love cereals.

The human body uses more energy than the brain and anatomy. The total size of the human brain is 2 .5% of the total body but the brain consumes 20% of its energy. Increased energy consumption has necessitated the need for meat. Consuming carbohydrates with proteins contributed to the development of the brain. Cooking and eating was an evolutionary stage of human life. Cooking has been shown to break down complex fats and meats, ease digestion and reduce disease risk.

Food is myth and reality

Consuming almonds every day does not lead to autism. There is widespread propaganda that apple paprika does not cause heart disease. The propaganda that some cuisine can have a miraculous effect is just an excessive claim.No one has eaten such foods and lived for more than two hundred years. But eating a regular diet is a wise decision. Despite a balanced diet, a person can only care for the physical qualities available at birth. Genes are determined by lifespan and metabolism. It is the organism from which the person is born that determines one’s growth and development. While the conditions favourable to the biological nature will influence its development, each organism retains the common characteristics and characteristics of its own species. They are all biologically modified. Millions of years of experimentation and observation have made it possible for humans to understand the variety of foods. Although we have tens of thousands of species around us, we eat only a small percentage of them. In fact, the delicacies we enjoy today are the result of tens of thousands of years of human experience.

Does food affect mood?

The features available through the brain of another species make the human a better organism. The brain is the most complex organ. The genetic structure of the diverse neural network and the formation of new neural networks differentiate the human brain from that of animals.

The nervous system produces innumerable nerve fibres. Isn’t the diet involved in the formation of complex brain cells important? Is there a dietary regimen that helps alleviate the accumulation of neurons and slow down the available intellectual capacity?

Of course, the amount of food you eat influences the brain’s mental function. Excessive diets deplete the production of neurotransmitters in the brain. Excessive consumption of sugar can cause muscle wasting and depression. But carbohydrate-rich foods and proteins, such as fruits and whole grains, contain amino acids that help in the production of a chemical called serotonin, which can combat depression. Foods that contain a lot of choline require the combination of a neurotransmitter called acetylcholine. It also helps to break down the substance called homocysteine, which accumulates in the brain due to metabolic activity. Almonds, nuts, leafy vegetables, spices, and spices are rich in choline.B vitamins improve the function of the brain. Folic acid and B12 increase blood production, while B 6 and niacin are essential for nerve cell development. The amino acids of tryptophan and tyrosine are essential for the efficient functioning of the brain. Vitamin C is required for conversion of the amino acids into L-tyrosine and L-phenyl alanine to nor-adrenaline and to convert tryptophan to serotonin. Vitamin C is rich in fruit gooseberry and gram lemon.

healthy food

The fats present in legumes and herbs support brain function. Protein and the amino acid micro-nutrients and glucose are all the building blocks of the brain. Each of these influences the activity of the brain. The fatty acids Omega-3 and Oberga-6 are effective in preventing brain damage. Fish like sardines and mackerel are rich in fatty acids such as nuts and fatty fish seeds. They help in the regeneration of cells.

Trans fats and stratified fats should be avoided. Food items such as bakery and junk foods may be radiant and refreshing. This is because excessively fatty foods slow down the production of neurotransmitters.

It is not always possible to eat according to the quantity and proportion of nutrients present in the food. It may be harmful to eat only one food, for good. For example, consuming a good amount of meat may accelerate the production of neurotransmitters such as dopamine and norepinephrine, which in turn may lead to increased stress. Food has to be balanced. Each nutrient plays different functions in the body.No one nutrient can fully fulfil the functions of another, so it is important to make sure that each nutrient is contained in the right amount of food.

Eating healthy foods such as starch, meat and fats, minerals and vitamins daily is healthy. Leafy vegetables, eggplants, egg and fish are all present in the liver. Twenty amino acids need to be consumed on a regular basis in order for the body to make protein. These include meat and eggs. Those who are vegetarian can get a balanced vegetarian diet. Rice and alfalfa can be eaten either as pulse or seaweed.

When food becomes a complex problem

Man eats food not just for the sake of glue but for enjoyment. Food that is high in energy for humans is tempting. The new senses are all stimulated by the sense of smell and taste. A wide variety of dishes exploit human taste and make them taste fresh. All of the food additives that make up addiction make modern civilians sick of eating too much. In urban fireplaces, the quality and quality of food has changed.

In the pre-forest era, the cuisine was not easy to find. He used to occasionally eat fast food and occasionally suffer from fasting. The human body has evolved into such an order of magnitude. As food began to be cooked, farming started, and the possibilities of a wide variety of food emerged, people were getting more and needier. Starch is the main food that breaks down glucose, allowing cells to absorb energy and to use excessive amounts of glucose as glycogen in the liver and muscle to be used when necessary. The loss of the frequent nob eliminated the possibility of the glycogen being re-used as glucose. It caused the human body to rub.

Technological advances in the food processing industry, changes in the agricultural system and the composition of the food have created new flavours in the food. With the stoppage of the production of food, human behaviour changed. The farmland is being lost. Due to global warming, grain production is declining. The old tribal tradition of using very few grains will help mankind. Humans can live on starchy fruits such as tapioca, potato, and yam, as well as jackfruit, mustard and nutmeg.

Prasad Amore

Prasad Amore is a Licensed Rehab. Psychologist by RCI, Govt. of India. The 2nd Indian who has achieved the Hypnotherapy Practitioner Diploma through National Qualification Framework of British Government. He is a psychological consultant and trainer helping individuals suffering with mental health issues and other psychological problems. He is a freelance writer and authored 5 books in Psychology and Social Science.

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