Starch

If switching to natural greases doesn't satisfy your “fat-tooth”,

maybe its the potato in the French fries that your body craves.

Plain, pure starch. Do you also love bread and pasta (more pure

starch though very inferior to potatoes)? Pure starch is very easy

to digest and has a large adsorptive capability for toxins. In fact,

if any family member should accidentally eat something

poisonous, drinking cornstarch will quickly mop it up and keep it

stuck so it can't enter your tissues. (This doesn't work for all

poisons.) By craving pure starches, your body could be telling

you about a need to improve your digestion (liver disorders) or

to eat and breathe less toxic things.

Maybe a stomach-full of baby Ascaris is telling you to eat

only food that doesn't need a lot of acid: "just potatoes, bread and

pasta, please, and skip the sauce.” Ascaris inhibits acid production

by the stomach. This can result in an aversion to meat.

It doesn't take much acid to digest pure starch and get it on its

way out of the stomach. And out of the stomach means relief:

relief of the pressure on the diaphragm and liver, heartburn, that

too-full feeling, and other digestive disturbances.



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