Assimilation (assimilate)

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Assimilation: the process by which something is absorbed.

Overview

Assimilation infers to incorporate and make part of the body. For example; dietary fats are of crucial importance to health and longevity, but if you do not or cannot assimilate fats, they are of no benefit and you suffer accordingly.

Eating good food, as opposed to eating junk, is NOT sufficient to maintain good health and avoid premature aging. You MUST be able to digest and assimilate your food.

In order to insure assimilation of fats, you need ‘bile’, which is the product of the liver that is stored in the gallbladder.  When bile production (by the liver) is insufficient, the use of bio-active bile is recommended.

Emulsification is a closely related term that also applies to assimilation of fats. Emulsification refers to the mixing of two different liquids that would otherwise not mix. Oil and water, for instance. Or, fats and digestive juices.

Proteins are another food ‘assimilation’ issue. Leakage of undigested proteins through a leaky gut wall triggers the Autoimmune Attack Cycle setting off autoimmune responses throughout the body. Proteins should never gain access to the blood stream.

Protein assimilation requires that the peptide bonds between amino acids be broken and this ONLY occurs in a highly stomach environment.

Suggestions

  1. Change your lifestyle and your diet.
  2. Embrace Young Again Club Protocols.
  3. Ask for help and be open to new ideas.

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