By E. Lipski
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Preservation and packaging of food has killed much of the bacteria that cause food to spoil, helping to lengthen shelf life. But at the same time, we have also destroyed the beneficial bacteria and enzymes that help maintain our health. The American Way of Life Is Hazardous to Our Health 7 Our soils are being depleted. Most food in America is grown on corporate agrifarms that grow monocrops. Chemical fertilizers add only the nutrients necessary for healthy plants, not nutrientrich foods. Between 1993 and 1997, 19 to 24 percent of foods tested positive for pesticide residues.
This syndrome contributes to skin problems, food sensitivities, osteoarthritis, migraine headaches, and chronic fatigue syndrome. The small intestine has three parts: the duodenum, the jejunum, and the ileum. The duodenum is the first twelve inches of the small intestine, the jejunum is the next 40 percent, and the ileum is the last segment. Each nutrient is absorbed at specific parts of the small intestine. For instance, the duodenum has an acidic environment that facilitates absorption of some nutrients, including calcium, copper, iron, folic acid, thiamine, manganese, vitamins A and B2, and zinc.
Digestive juices, saliva, enzymes, and digestive hormones begin to flow in anticiDigestive Process Where in the Body Function Eating/food choices Mouth/mind Portal for all nutrients/ materials to enter the body Digestion Stomach/small intestine; to a lesser degree, saliva in the mouth Breaks down food into basic components for use by the cells Absorption Small intestine/large intestine, bloodstream, and liver Food comes through the intestinal wall into the bloodstream. Assimilation Cellular Nutrients enter cells and are used for energy, storage, and structure.