No. 1: Your breakfast (6-4-2015)

NOTE of 6-2-15: Most countries require clinical proof that GMOs (Genetically Modified Organisms) are not interfering with human health long term. The United States of America and a few other countries require clinical proof that GMOs are not healthy for humans long term.  No clinical proof is available so far and id very expensive. But a (weaker) statistical proof against GMOs is now available, see the link below under NOTE (please ignore my data in the link).

Are you slowly climbing out of bed to the breakfast table? If so, you may not be in proper control of your life. You should spend your time as effectively as possible. People with great ideas and superb imagination should write everything down after getting up, as this moment is the optimal time to do so. Otherwise, you could be disrupting later activities like morning exercises and bathroom routines. For highest effectiveness of your use of time I suggest that you prepare a specific schedule for the next day every evening before.


Most people believe we are born with a perfect body that slowly deteriorates as we age, until it finally falls apart. They see their body as a machine — something that requires continual maintenance from doctors, whose job it is to repair our damaged parts. Most doctors believe this too. Indeed, our entire allopathic medical system is based on this idea. But this mechanical model of the human body is precisely where modern medicine has erred. Your body was built for self-repair, if you let it (and help it in the process, as will be discussed in most issues).


You may then wonder why we begin with foods in the first issue. Well, some foods promote aging and you don't want to establish a situation where rejuvenation efforts compete with food-initiated aging. We need to avoid any interference from improper food consumption.


Most important for the operation of our bodies is energy. Cars and many engines burn hydrocarbons for their high energy needs. But living organisms need slow burners, given by fats which are essentially hydrocarbons adapted for use in organisms. This fat-burning process provides the high-energy pathway which is connected to the use of oxygen.


The hydrocarbon portion of fats can be long or short. Careful studies showed that the shorter this length, the more energy is produced for the living system. The best choice of fat developed to be coconut oil [1] which may be used as soft paste (by adequate cooling). Because of its short hydrocarbon portion coconut oil also moves easily into the brain [2].


To obtain good quality coconut oil at a low price, I suggest a set of four 16-oz jars for two months (I use 2 - 3 tea spoons of the paste per day). You may order this set directly by clicking the link in [A] below. I further recommend that you add some tomato paste (or even Salsa) on top of your coconut butter. But be sure that what you add does not also add sugars (see below) or sodium chloride (discussed in a week). If you don’t care about highest energy conversion efficiency, feel free to use virgin olive oil [3[. You may order this product from by clicking the link in [B] below.


While hydrocarbons contain no oxygen, carbohydrates do and have a 1:1 ratio of oxygen to carbon. They are involved in the second major energy pathway which does not use oxygen directly (and is therefore labeled "anaerobic"). The best known carbohydrate is glucose, a small sugar consisting of six carbon atoms and six water molecules each chemically bound.


Glucose connects directly to the internal control system (including insulin, an energy control hormone) and should be consumed in moderation. Unfortunately, current eating habits promote high consumption of carbohydrates which quickly convert to glucose. This includes white bread which the body easily breaks down to its small sugars, including glucose. White bread should be replaced by whole bread, preferably of the multi-grain variety (best is the "sprouted" version). The body converts starch from these breads (suggested in [C[ and [D]) much more slowly into glucose which the body's system can control better (by conversion to other compounds).


And even then I recommend that you consume at most only one slice of bread per meal. Ignore other carbohydrate foods like cereal, noodles and pasta. If you do not desire to eat your bread as is, use coconut oil as soft paste (see above). High consumption of carbohydrates can easily increase your weight and lead to type 2 diabetes. Contracting diabetes should be a major health concern to all humans. There is a recent book on this subject which should provide you with all the details [4].


To get your protein, eat two eggs for breakfast (cooked to near hard-boiled). But for the health of some organs (like eyes) look for eggs with "nearly red" egg yolk, available in some organic eggs or often in eggs from grass-fed chicken. I suggest that you conclude your breakfast with eating an apple which you thoroughly washed in warm or even hot water.


Sugars have another disturbing effect: They bind to proteins which thereby lose their specific propertiesd. But this binding can be reversed by L-carnosine, a di-peptide (two amino acids connected together). Start with taking 500 mg per day and then double the amount after a month. For a supplier see [E].


Fluid intake: Most commercially available drinking goods have been fortified with sweeteners and are not recommended. You can make your own coffee with no sugar and no cream. Pure water is best. Tap water is often only useful, when you have your own filtering system. Bottled water is fine, if the bottles are made out of glass. Plastic bottles are only useful, if they are of the glass-clear kind made out of polycarbonate. Other polymers often use "softeners" which are not acceptable for consumption. And if you really need sweet drinks and meals, make them yourself with natural Stevia from a prime supplier {F].


Wishing you all the best until a week from now when I plan to tell you about meals for supper.








1. R. L. Veech [2004], Prostaglandins, Leukotrienes and Essential Fatty Acids 70, 309 - 319.


2. Provising more details on coconut oil conversion:


3. Specifics on olive oil:


4. New book on holistic approach to diabetes (241 pages):




A. Set of coconut oil jars


B. Virgin olive oil


C. Box of whole rye bread


D. Box of three-grain bread


E. L-Carnosine


F. For highest quality stevia, see



The above text and everything presented is for information only. If you need professional help please contact the appropriate specialist certified in the state where you live.