Grilled food develops benzopyrenes in it that are very toxic.
In an age of lowered immunity, it makes little sense to deliberately
poison the food with benzopyrenes. Especially for
children, who will be faced with new viruses and parasites in
their lifetimes. Will they be able to overcome them or succumb at
middle age? Only the strength of their immune system decides
Benzopyrenes must be detoxified using the liver's valuable
benzene-detoxification system. With so many benzene-polluted
items, there is hardly enough detoxification capability to get it all
taken care of. NAD enzymes (the N stands for niacin) come into
play too. These are essential for alcohol detoxification. If you
have consumed alcohol, like a can of beer, NAD enzymes must
be shared between the alcohol in the beer and the benzene in the
beer. It takes longer to detoxify both the benzene and alcohol.
The time delay is a time of lowered immunity and facilitates a
growth spurt for parasites and pathogens.
Foods that are raised to very high temperatures, made possible
with a microwave oven, produce benzopyrenes. Ordinary
bread-toasters can do this too! Old fashioned toasters had a layer
of metal separating the bread from the wires. Toasting bread in a
frying pan or a stove top surface protects it too. But your stove
grill, whether electric or flame, will produce benzopyrenes in
your food unless there is a separating wall between them.
It does not matter what kind of fuel is used, the benzopyrenes
develop due to lack of shielding between the food and heat
source. A metal wall between them absorbs some of the heat.
Do not burn your food in a microwave oven. Since the temperature
may go higher than your regular oven, you can produce
benzopyrenes. Your regular oven is thermostated so that it cannot
go higher than it states. Baking and browning is never done
above 425įF. This is your safety feature. If anything in your
microwave has turned dark brown or black or has melted plastic,
throw it out!
Supplements that help your body to detoxify the benzopyrenes
1. Niacin or niacinamide. These are NAD-builders. Take 50
mg with each meal.
2. Vitamin B2 (riboflavin). Take 50 mg with each meal.
For unpolluted vitamins see Sources.
It would be wise to teach children the habits that maximize
their immune strength. Avoiding food toxins that are specifically
immune-lowering is most important. Besides the benzopyrenes,
certain mold toxins and solvents do this and are found in foods.