What is the best way to eat cooked or raw food?

This question is on the minds of many, what is better cooked or raw food? Apparently the latter could be the best option, therefore, and in order to clarify the answer to this question we will go hand in hand with what was said by the Dr. María Alejandra Rodríguez Zia about how well the consumption of food raw, don’t miss it!

In AmericanPost.News We remind you that the expert is a Clinical Endocrinologist from the University of Buenos Aires (UBA) and is specialized in Orthomolecular Medicine.

We previously told you about what SAG is in food, but now we will tell you why eating more food without cooking could be a great idea.

What happens if we eat cooked food?

Cooked meat. Photo: supercash.es Dra. María Alejandra. Photo: Dra. María Alejandra Rodríguez Zia Woman eating salad. Photo: elconfidencial.com

According to Dr. María Alejandra, the German physician Rudolf Virchow realized in 1897 that when cooked food is eaten, the body produces an increase in the amount of leukocytes, which serves as a natural defense mechanism that activates to protect itself from foreign agents and is known as leukocytosis, but why does it occur?

It was Dr. Paul Kouchakoff, who during a microbiology congress held in Paris in 1930 revealed that leukocytes are proteins that change their structure according to heat, that is, when a food has a longer cooking time and reaches greater Temperature can lead to a larger leukocytosis, hence overcooked food may not be the best option to maintain a healthy diet.

It should be noted that when food is cooked, its digestive enzymes are destroyed, therefore, the body identifies them as “foreign agents”, which it seeks to combat by firing the number of leukocytes, but then, should we eat more food? raw ?, we’ll tell you later!

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For this, we should eat more raw food.

Dra. María Alejandra. Photo: Dra. María Alejandra Rodríguez Zia Woman eating salad. Photo: elconfidencial.com

The Endocrinologist Clinical Physician revealed that Otto Heinrich Warbur was a German physiologist who in 1931 discovered that when a cell does not breathe oxygen it can become carcinogenic, hence it can be understood that the carcinogenic environment cannot survive with oxygen, in addition to the fact that it usually Maintaining an acidic pH, which is why the salvation could be the consumption of raw foods, as these alkalize the body, something different from what happens with cooked foods, which acidify it.

With the above, there is already a very important reason to consume raw food, which joins the suggestion made by the World Health Organization (WHO), which indicates that, per day, a person should eat food that is in 50 percent raw.

On the other hand, the WHO also reported, as indicated by the specialist, that eating too much red and canned meat is linked to an increased risk of contracting colorectal cancer, but what else could help take care of our health? In summary, Dr. María Alejandra Rodríguez Zia suggests following these points:

  1. Decrease excess caloric intake to avoid obesity
  2. Reduce the consumption of meats
  3. Increase your intake of raw vegetables

In addition, he took the opportunity to explain what the hygienist diet is, which encourages the consumption of raw food, have you already heard of this? It is a diet that leaves aside white flour, avoids the consumption of salt, white rice and food that does not have its original nutrients, here we tell you that it can be eaten if you agree to follow this eating mode!

What to eat on the hygienist diet?

Woman eating salad. Photo: elconfidencial.com

Dr. Rodríguez Zia briefly explained which are the ones that this regimen requests to consume, then we list them for you:

  • Seeds, juices, legumes and fish
  • Eggs, onions, garlic, seasonings and spices
  • Does not include fried, battered, reheated or pre-cooked food
  • Contains no candy or synthetic drinks
  • Avoid canned goods, preserves, meats, and deli meats
  • Restrict tea and coffee
  • Does not admit preservatives, colorants or chemical additives
  • Include as much raw food as possible

If you want to know more about health issues you have to read World Food Safety Day 2021.

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With information from Dra. María Alejandra Rodríguez Zia – MN 70,787, Clinical Endocrinologist UBA.