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Conclusioni


Questa tesi è nata con il presupposto di scandagliare in maniera generale e semplice, una situazione complessa, come quella del nostro benessere psico-fisico.

Nata con il pensiero che ciò che attualmente è estremamente diviso possa essere ricongiunto, quanto meno come scopo personale nella nostra esistenza. Punto di partenza per un eventuale, anche se molto difficoltoso, cambiamento nel modo di pensare e di agire comune.

È una tesi che si concentra sull’alimentazione, ma che potrebbe essere tranquillamente una metafora della vita.

Nata per trovare qualcosa che necessariamente accompagna “l’ignoto”, ossia la morte, a manifestarsi più o meno precocemente. E la concausa è nell’alimentazione, la malattia segue le più semplici reazioni biologiche, chimiche ed emotive per arrivare ad una manifestazione di quest’ultima.

Si sono trattati diversi argomenti in cui l’antropologia si è fusa con l’ematologia (scienza che studia il sangue), che si fonde con la medicina e la naturopatia che si fondono con la filosofia, per avere un piccolo quadro generale e capire che anche se sono immense tutte queste categorie, impossibili da trattare approfonditamente in questa tesi, l’obbiettivo è quello di capire quanto tutto sia estremamente collegato, e quanto non bisogna aver timore di cercare informazioni che riguardano il nostro stesso benessere, perché se in primis non ce ne occupiamo in prima persona, nessuno altro lo farà per noi. Un altro fine ancor più rilevante, è evidenziare che a differenza di come si è abituati a pensare, non esistono “verità assolute”, ma “verità parziali”, che possono condurre ognuno di noi ad avere delle proprie verità.

Da un punto di vista scientifico per il tumore al seno si stanno portando avanti delle ricerche molto importanti riguardo ad un vaccino non invasivo, le cui informazioni sono reperibili su Internet e a pagina 302 del libro di Peter D’Adamo, libro che è stato fonte di grande ispirazione per questo elaborato. Si conclude esortando ogni persona a non avere paura, ad informarsi su ciò che gli compete, ad affidarsi criticamente e lasciando che il cibo sia la propria medicina, e la propria medicina sia il cibo.

Questo lo disse Ippocrate, e tutt’ora i nostri medici firmano sul suo giuramento.

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Introduction


We are used to keeping things separate, to compartmentalize, since thought, autonomous, and a precise and real critical spirit, once walls of the compartment have been touched, feels stagnate; searching to go beyond, searching to connect all the categories, as one did in the times in which philosophy was also mathematics, but even medicine. It’s true that we have many, many more notions and history in respect to 2000 years ago, but this does not justify the negligence, the lack of curiosity and desire to examine in depth something outside of a given category, and overall to have the dogmas to find comfort in the certainties that don’t exist, not taking for granted the consideration of “becoming” or, using the words of Heraclitus
i.e. “everything flows” and therefore not taking for granted if the only probable thing is that continuous change is at the base of everything.

The continuing natural evolvement of man is at the base of everything; one should always start from this premise. It can be simpler choosing a topic that more [people] have the desire to analyze and try to look at from all points of view, to then extract the right conclusions, or at least reflections, which from no one, if not from ourselves, can take place. This work was formulated to reflect on the subject of diet and its relation to disease; a topic, which nowadays is confused and infused with “truth is not the truth.” This work will concentrate mainly on giving some incitement to that which is reflected. The various considerations that one can give throughout the years and the motivations for which one does this are extremely subjective; but, if you focus on something, you will find the starting point and the central theme in the most logical way possible, which may not necessarily appertain to an ending with certain conclusions. This thesis illustrates this thought, focusing mainly on those which are the true starting points of analysis, since today perhaps we concentrate too much on the end goal rather than on the starting point and the journey in and of itself. It’s as if perhaps the focus was for too long in examining a single food and lost sight of man; this paper seeks to discuss the various pieces that lead us to reflect on what is right to eat for our bodies specifically, not considering any particular foods, as is usually done, but by determining whether or not it is beneficial in and of itself. It will only hint at arguments such as DNA, reflections that could be easily examined in depth if wanted. Certain elements that are more relevant to this area will be considered in more detail, such as for example, “blood”, the “lectins” contained in food, how they aggregate to our SPECIFIC “antigens”, how this creates the phenomenon of “agglutination” often harmful to our bodies, and how with the passing of time this process can lead to the development of grave diseases; above all examining “fate”, diseases from which this century is most affected by, “the evil of the century” that is in fact, cancer. In fact, it will principally discuss the connection between food, the digestive system, and afterwards the immune system in a very simplified manner, so that this essay has a more academic purpose rather than just a scientific one; it will then enter more specifically into eliciting a personal curiosity of oneself, developing in consequence a critical spirit of proper health, and arriving at the attempt to reflect on proper medicine, not committing oneself to the latter in every decision of one’s life. All of this is an attempt to deepen the paper’s discussion and to incite the desire to be able to reflect on one’s own. This paper will begin with the great insights of James D’Adamo, father of Peter J. D’Adamo, who published a book called “Eat Right For/4 Your Type: The Individualized Diet Solution to Staying Healthy, Living Longer & Achieving Your Ideal Weight”, published June 1, 1997, in which he explains in a profound manner the history of human kind and its evolution, from the point of view of blood types, establishing for the latter an “ad hoc” diet, developed by dividing food into categories (the charts are indicated in the book), and explaining in a profound manner why certain foods are beneficial, neutral, or should be avoided for a given blood type. Peter D’Adamo has some brilliant insights, and if you were to read his book you would surely discover what he confirms about your blood type. This book will be the starting point to lead to the main subjectivity, trying to figure out and understand ourselves, without arriving to absolute truths, but partial truths; and with his help, mainly learning to listen to ourselves, trying to be aware of ourselves in the long and short terms of life, and in our immense value, but also in our impetuous and never ending growth and change.
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