On Mar 28, 3:26*pm, GreenXenon <glucege...@gmail.com> wrote:
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> I’m currently thinking of a hypothetical diet product that is vegan-
> friendly and has all the nutrients of vegetables, fruits, herbs,
> algae, seaweed, mushrooms and other non-animal organisms that are
> necessary/beneficial for human health. It also contains beneficial and
> essential microbes [such as probiotics]. All the aforementioned are in
> amounts optimum for human health.
> This product is completely organic and free of any pesticides,
> synthetic ethylene and other man-made substances that compromise the
> health of organisms and their human consumers. In addition, no
> organisms used in the product are genetically-engineered. Equally
> important is the soil and other conditions used to grow these
> organisms is healthy, organic, and free of pollutants.
> This product may be extremely healthy to live off of. However, it will
> likely taste bad. To make this product consumable, oral equipment is
> included. This apparatus includes a mouth piece – made of health-
> friendly, eco-friendly material – that will coat the tongue, teeth,
> gums, and pretty much the entire mouth of the consumer to protect him/
> her from perceiving the noxious flavors. The mouth piece is firm
> enough to maintain its shape yet soft enough to be comfortable to the
> consumer. The part of the device covering the tongue is thin and
> especially soft, so that the consumer can feel the presence of the
> drink in his/her mouth and safely swallow the beverage without it
> entering the windpipe. This is necessary because the process of
> peristalsis and the epiglottal protection of the windpipe start from
> the back of the tongue.
> Prior to the making of this product, all proteins & fats are pre-
> digested completely, and the following substances are completely
> removed from the organisms:
> 1. Any carbohydrate that raises blood sugar. These carbohydrates are
> bad for induction. Fermentable fibers [such as inulin] are not removed
> at all as they don’t count as net carbs and actually benefit health
> during induction and otherwise. Simple sugars and digestible starches
> are completely removed. Non-fermentable fibers [such as cellulose] are
> also completely removed as they don’t offer much benefit other than to
> add bulk to the stools. Non-fermentable carbohydrates not classified
> as fibers are also removed completely.
> 2. Unhealthy amino acids
> 3. Glycerol [which is unnecessary calories and can be produced by the
> 4. Saturated fatty acids [which contribute to atherosclerosis]
> 5. Trans fatty acids [which are far worse for health than saturated
> fatty acids]
> 6. Any other substance that is known not to be beneficial to – or
> necessary for – health.
> All organisms used in this product – excluding tomatoes – are raw.
> Tomatoes are boiled to bring out the lycopenes.
> To make the product healthier, bad minerals [such as lead and
> thallium] are completely removed [assuming any of them happen to
> somehow be in the organisms]. To decrease blood pressure, sodium and
> chloride are decreased [but not completely removed]. The sodium is
> decreased as much as can be without leading to symptoms of sodium
> deficiency. The chloride is decreased as much as possible without
> causing any serious symptoms of chloride deficiency – the consumer
> should still be able to safely perform tasks taken for granted – such
> as driving or operating machinery. The decrease in chloride will help
> balance out the acidity caused by ketosis. To help prevent kidney
> stones during ketosis, extra potassium ions are added to the product.
> The potassium is also alkaline and will further assist the body in
> keeping itself non-acidic during ketosis. In addition, the extra
> potassium is added because the body responds to chlorine deficiency by
> making the kidney excrete potassium. So more potassium must be
> consumed to make up for this loss.
> The product has drinking water added to it to make it easier to drink.
> This product is in small health-friendly, eco-friendly bottles. Five
> bottles per day should be consumed. The bottles are in a package and
> are of different sizes. The biggest bottle should be consumed in the
> morning. The smallest should be consumed in the evening. In between,
> are bottles of different sizes. Earlier in the day, the bigger bottles
> should be consumed and as the day progresses the smaller bottles
> should be consumed. This routine follows the saying “eat breakfast
> link a king, lunch like a prince, and dinner like a pauper” – except
> the food is divided into 5 smaller meals instead of 3 bigger meals.
> This is an extra benefit to diabetes patients who are following this
> hypothetical diet.
> It is important to understand that this product will initially not
> satiate it’s users. However, once ketosis kicks in, appetite will
> decrease and consumers will no longer feel the urge to eat.
> To summarize, the organisms in the product are chopped to the
> molecular level. Second, the proteins/fats are pre-digested all the
> way down to their monomers [amino acids in the case of proteins, fatty
> acids & glycerol in the case of fats]. Third, the undesirable
> substances are removed. Finally, good microbes, potassium ions, and
> drinking water are added.
> There still will be fat in this product, it's just that they will be
> broken down to fatty acids [and the glycerol portions removed] prior
> to bottling. Many fatty acids are necessary and/or beneficial for
> health. They also assist in the absorption of fat-soluble vitamins.
> If this product did exist it would greatly benefit obese patients. I
> just wish someone would start a company, get the company to make this
> theoretical product, and sell it to the general public at a reasonable
> What would happen to me if I spent a year on a diet using only this
> product and in the manner I described [5 bottles a day, first bottle
> biggest, next bottles getting progressively smaller, the last bottle
> smallest]? Anything unhealthy? I doubt it.
> If only this product existed and was affordable, I’d have no problem
> living solely off it.
> Green Xenon
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