This is, I feel, the attitude that other homeopaths should emulate by sharing their knowledge based on their own discoveries with the use of standard Homeopathic remedies in curing diseases which were not listed in the Repertories. I reported about 2 years ago that I had discovered that Arnica reduced Blood Sugar levels in both Type I and II Diabetics and as usual my report was held up in scorn immediately. It was only when other homeopaths discovered that Arnica does in fact reduce BS levels and as you also rightly included BP levels in patients, that those who scorned me sat up and took notice that there was indeed method in my madness. You may have read the many attacks that classical homeopaths heaped upon me in the past few years on the homeopathic forums I visit daily, merely because they considered me a maverick who rocked their precious Classical Homeopathic boat too much.
Occasional Insanity Outperforms Daily Misery: Why Are We Hungry? I believe the conclusions justify the length: I have no diet books for sale and no research thesis to defend, and I began this series long before the AHS.
My concern is as always to organize and present the facts as I understand them to you, my readers, so you can draw useful conclusions about your own diet and life.
Hunger is not a singular motivation: In a properly functioning human animal, likes and wants coincide; satiation is an accurate predictor of satiety; and the combination of hunger signals likes and wants and satisfaction signals satiation and satiety results in energy and nutrient balance at a healthy weight and body composition.
Restrained eating requires the exercise of willpower to override likes, wants, and the lack of satiation or satiety; the exercise of willpower uses energy and causes stress; and stress makes you eat more.
Therefore, a successful diet must minimize the role of willpower. Now we can examine some of the ways that our hunger signals fail us.
It is important to remember that, by definition, all our hunger drives are in balance with our willpower at any moment in time! Otherwise we would be eating more or less than we are. The issue is that for many of us, this balance is only reached at an unhealthy weight or body composition—or it involves an excessively stressful amount of willpower.
Part III explores this subject in detail. Why Are We Ever Sated? The desired result of eating is satiety: We all know what happens if we eat a big meal just before intense exercise: This is because digestion requires a meaningful amount of energy. Clearly it would be counterproductive to go hunting when our mental and physical performance is greatly impaired.
The fact that ghrelin is neurotrophic makes this clear: This suggests an obvious consequence: Not so well suited to the African savanna. A secondary motivation is that stored fat both traps heat and slows us down. Since humans evolved as diurnal daytime-active hunters and foragers on the African savanna, heat dissipation was often our limiting factor in procuring food.
This is most likely why we are hairless and have sweat glands, as opposed to the inches-thick layer of fat surrounding, say, a polar bear. And, of course, fat adds weight: Put on some two-pound wrist and ankle weights, a vest with twelve pounds of sand in the pockets, and see how fast you run the meter.
So while some fat accumulation would have been beneficial as a buffer against bad times, there was clearly a point beyond which fat accumulation would have impaired our ability to hunt and forage.
Therefore, it should be obvious that nothing can make up for a lack of satiety: A properly functioning animal is hungry for different foods, depending on its nutritional status: The best-known is called Kitum Cave.
The soil in the park is of recent volcanic origin, and the high rainfall washes away many of its minerals, leaving animals throughout the reserve deficient in many things—most critically, sodium. Kitum Cave reaches over feet into the side of Mount Elgon, and the cave complex of which it is a part contains the only known salt deposits in the region.
Consequently, nearly every herbivore in the park must make periodic pilgrimages to the cave—up the side of the mountain, and over a long, narrow, dangerous path with no escape—in order to lick sodium sulfate from the rocks of Kitum Cave. In fact, it is plausibly argued that Kitum Cave was primarily created by the mining actions of elephants scraping salt from its walls and floor!
Joyce Lundberg and Donald A. The crystals are gouged out by elephant trunks and bushbuck teeth and licked off wall by buffalo.
Note that Kitum Cave is not the only example of a salt ingestion cave, just the largest known: International Journal of Speleology, vol 35, issue 1, pp. We should not expect any worse from the hunger drives of a properly functioning human animal. How Satiety Fails Now we are ready to dig into the meat of this essay.
Satiety can fail in three ways: Protein targeting is another very important issue previously discussed here. Our bodies have an absolute requirement for complete protein—but unlike carbohydrate or fat, we have no storage depots for it."BonyPink said Thank you very much for removing the photo, I have been trying for YEARS to get them all off the net.
There was a point in time, some years back, where you couldn't find a single stupid pro-ana site that didn't have at least one or two of those horrible photos on it.
The walk to do after enjoying all those dumplings in Monterey Park. Folks may think more about great Chinese food than great walking when they head for Monterey Park. If you are a teacher searching for educational material, please visit PBS LearningMedia for a wide range of free digital resources spanning preschool through 12th grade.
Loss of conscious control over eating leads to overweight and to other psychological problems, which can be perceived as the way out from some situations.
It should be noted that psychological help in cases of the binge eating is indispensable and extremely important. In the grand design of things you secure an A just for effort. Where you lost everybody ended up being on the details.
You know, it is said, the devil is in the details. Yahoo Lifestyle is your source for style, beauty, and wellness, including health, inspiring stories, and the latest fashion trends.