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  O organismo humano depende da produção de energia de qualidade para se manter saudável.

  São as  mitocôndrias que  são capazes de formar 36 moléculas de ATP, de forma eficiente quando não houver acidez provocada pela alimentação.E esta particularidade concede a mitocôndria uma função essencial para a manutenção da vida.

   Uma alteração no DNA mitocondrial pode alterar uma série de enzimas utilizadas pelas mitocôndrias e assim destruir a célula e consequentemente o organismo em função principalmente da produção de radicais livres.

   Em 1938 o pesquisador Paul Gerhardt Seeger, M.D. do Robert Koch Institute de Berlim, revelou que a degeneração celular era resultado da destruição de enzimas contidas nas mitocôndrias. Estas pesquisas foram confirmadas por outro pesquisador o Dr. Hans Nieper,presidente do German Oncological Society de Hanover e pelo vencedor do prêmio Noble professor Von Euler.

  Os resultados destas pesquisas mantêm-se aceitos até os dias atuais quando a nova medicina assume o papel de protagonista na resolução das doenças.

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The feeding


All food are dangerous to health depending on the circumstances in which it is eaten. Even the healthiest of foods can be the cause of some health problem. However, the possibility of a cure becomes difficult if the question of food is not considered.

In an in-depth way, ancient Ayurvedic medicine classifies foods into three major divisions, namely: sativic foods, rajasic foods and tamasic foods.

sativ foods are those that will improve health in the sense of bringing tranquility and bliss, and longevity; Rajasic foods in turn are those that will put the individual towards action in the day-to-day activity and Tamasic foods are those that will degenerate the organism.

Food in general causes three reactions in the body according to Ayurvedic medicine. Food has an immediate flavor called rasa that causes the first reaction and that is felt as soon as the food is taken to the mouth where digestion begins. The second action of the food occurs as it passes through the digestive tract and is called virya and an effect after the food has been digested called vipak.

Sweet foods have the effect of refreshing the body both when they are placed in the mouth (shallow), and when they are being digested (virya) and after being digested (vipack). Acidic, salty, spicy, bitter and astringent foods in some way heat the body and can be beneficial at certain times and harmful in other circumstances. In this way sweet-tasting foods become the safest for those who want to improve their health and get rid of any disease.

Dry, cold and light foods cause the body to dry out in its entirety and it is perceived by the body as dry skin, dry hair, crackles in the joints, fatigue, colds and headaches and stress. Foods that create heat in the body, such as hot, spicy salty foods and acids like lemon cause skin problems such as sores, itching, red spots on the skin and others. Astringent foods like milk and yogurt can cause sinusitis, pneumonia, diabetes and many other diseases.

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Food is Medicine


According to dedicated to bringing Japan the best natural solutions to health problems, food is medicine. Eat well, live well. This philosophy unites health and diet. For centuries, this notion has been inserted into everyday life in Japan, China and other countries in the East. In Japanese, the concept is now called "Ishoku-Dogen". Ishoku-Dogen is a tangible concept, that the diet directly influences health and well-being. Not only do the foods we put into our bodies affect our overall health, but the drugs, vitamins and supplements also affect our general state of well-being. This notion of interconnectivity reaches everything in Japan, not just the food consumed, but how and when it is consumed. For a long time, food was seen as functional. The term "Ishoku-Dogen" was coined in Japan, but has evolved from texts and knowledge from other countries, mainly from China. Chinese knowledge of herbs, spices and foods, as well as the effect on the body, was central to the way people lived. Evidence from texts dating from millennia shows how herbs were connected to the health of the body. In AD 5, Shennong Bencao Jing 神農 本草 経, a classic collection of Chinese herbal medicine, declared: "Herbs have five tastes: sour, salty, sweet, bitter and spicy". This simple classification system also showed how to use tastes in the case of food. For example, the text states: One should eat foods with a sweet taste for the liver. You should eat foods that taste acid for your heart. Food with a bitter taste to the lungs should be eaten. Salty foods for the pancreas should be consumed. Food with a spicy taste for the kidneys should be consumed. The spicy flavor disperses, the sour taste contracts, the sweet taste relaxes, the bitter taste hardens and the salty taste softens.

In Brazil there is a company that produces based on the "Ishoku Dogen" philosophy and which is called Ecobras. Ecobras is a company that for over 30 years has been dedicated to the production of high quality organic food, respecting all stages in the preparation of food, without using industrial devices to accelerate production processes.

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At some point (1.5 billion years ago) out of necessity for survival, smaller bacteria penetrated the interior of larger ones and started to produce energy for them until today, and these smaller bacteria are today the mitochondria of animal cells.
Mitochondria are very small organelles that can be found by the thousands in cells. The number of mitochondria in each cell depends on the role that each cell has to play in the body. If the cell's purpose is to transmit a nerve impulse then that cell will have fewer mitochondria than a muscle cell that needs a lot more energy to perform its function. If a cell cannot get enough energy to survive, more mitochondria can be created. Eventually mitochondria can grow, move, divide and combine with other mitochondria. However, this fact of the mitochondria activity that seems beneficial includes a great paradox, that the greater the number of mitochondria inside the cells, the lower the life expectancy of the animal species in question, perhaps due to the fact that the mitochondria is also the largest generator of free radicals in the body.
This paradox of mitochondria being the generators of energy for the organism and at the same time being the largest generators of free radicals will be the main subject addressed in this book so that it is possible to understand how the organism makes errors of metabolism that can persist throughout the chronological existence of living beings and extend to future generations. Mitochondria transform resources from food and respiration into energy and a failure in this mechanism causes a deficient production of energy. Mitochondria capture oxygen that travels a path from the environment through the bloodstream, through the lungs and into the cells where it is used for energy production. And the mitochondria that starts cellular activity providing it with energy. Mitochondria is the only part of the body considered by most scientists to be not of the human species because the DNA found inside is similar to the DNA of a bacterium and does not to human DNA. Studies on the genetic sequencing of mitochondrial DNA prove the theory of the bacterial origin of mitochondria. They are responsible for transferring information to the rest of the cell and thus organizing its function. Human cells contain thousands of mitochondria and thousands of copies of the mitochondrial genome. mitochondrial originates exclusively from maternal inheritance. Sperm cells do not contribute their mitochondrial genome to the formation of the cell that will give rise to the embryo. Then, during the fertilization of the egg by the sperm, the sperm when entering the egg does not include its own mitochondria in this process and the newly formed embryo will have only mitochondria of maternal origin. The mitochondria divides independently of the rest of the cell, reinforcing the thesis of its ancestral origin as a bacterium, currently proven by the genetic sequencing of mitochondrial DNA. Who supplies the raw material for the mitochondria to generate this energy is the environment, or better said, the nutrients in the food, the oxygen in the atmospheric air and even some share of the energy provided by solar radiation.
So that we can understand well the function of mitochondria in the balance of energy in the body, it is interesting that we understand the particularities such as the work of the body in an attempt to maintain a neutral pH in the bloodstream.
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The Sirtuinas


Sirtuins are proteins related to mechanisms of epigenetic regulation that mean they regulate genetic characteristics acquired after birth and related to DNA repair.

In humans there are 7 types of sirtuins, however for our study the sirtuins that will be important are the mitochondrial sirtuins which are SIRT 3,4 and 5 (sirtuins 3,4 and 5).

The mechanisms by which sirtuins influence longevity appear to be related to their effects on altering mitochondrial function.

SIRT 3 is located in the mitochondria and regulates ATP production and decreases free radicals.

SIRT 4 is also located in the mitochondria and how SIRT 3 acts by regulating the production of ATP. And SIRT 5 like SIRT 3 acts in decreasing free radicals in the mitochondria and the rest of the cell.

Sirtuins demonstrate the effectiveness of their anti-aging action when an organism is subjected to caloric restriction through intermittent fasting, conscious exposure to cold, calorie-restricted eating and light exercise.

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The knowledge of how the energy production process by the human organism opens up several possibilities for healing strategies.




Energy production has evolved over millions of years, from the reception of ancestral bacteria by primordial precursor cells of the human organism.

In evolutionary terms, we can recover all the protective mechanisms related to the life of newborns even in old age.

80% of cases that can be corrected with the use of appropriate medications are still considered amenable to surgery in almost all cases by several medical services without a convincing explanation of the need to put the patient at risk and the financial cost of an intervention

Surgery or Not


Those who completed a medical course some time ago, can see in comparison to today that many diseases that were considered surgical are not currently. However, some pathologies subject to clinical treatment with the use of drugs are still considered surgical to the detriment of large amount of scientific publications in favor of non-surgical treatment

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