The release of “DOMINION” … here will likely reinforce the ongoing World Vegan momentum. Earth 2018, the World demands in food have long overpassing production capacity, wastable amount of products and qualitative choices in decline, Humanity is in serious needs of a long, long very long term plan solution.
Green maybe the solution, not that the world does not already eat its share of Earth grown green (over a thousand Metric tones in 2017), but more likely due to the ongoing change in consciousness. Yes the animal issue is a part of it but the global interests is in Health, and more specifically in what Health needs at the time of queries, from everyday life energy demands, to recovery or diet enhancement, what We grow deliver for what We need.
And International push for a “greener plate” is helping in highlighting more specifics of the potent resources of Vegan diet. All good reasons and excuses to move on with Human diet. However, shade’s of doubts and questions start to emerge. Not in disfavor of the ‘green evolution’ but in realistic analytic scenario for a world of 8 billion to feed. Chance and choice is now, and there is no coming back. this Summer Original Farmer focus on 2 major must watch, Sun and Water.
Original Farmer Summer 18. –
Shade’s of Green’s over Humanity’s Veganity…
Sun to Bone marrow, food up!
Vegan, Non-dairy products high in calcium include:
- Calcium-enriched fruit juice.
- Roasted almonds.
- Dried peas and beans (cooked thoroughly)
- Tofu (calcium enriched, cooked thoroughly)
- Greens (kale,collard, mustard, turnip*)
- Canned salmon with soft bones.
- Bok Choy.
- Calcium fortified cereal.
More here …
Folic Acid for Red Blood Cell Production
Johns Hopkins Medicine notes that the B vitamin folic acid is also essential for your bone marrow to produce red blood cells. A deficiency of this nutrient can lead to megaloblastic anemia, in which the bone marrow produces large and abnormally developed red blood cells. It also results in fewer red blood cells, depriving your body’s cells of adequate oxygen and nutrients. Adults require 0.2 to 0.4 milligram of folic acid every day from foods such as brown rice, broccoli, brussels sprouts, spinach, chickpeas and fortified cereals.
Vitamin B-6 Helps Form Hemoglobin
Your bone marrow also requires vitamin B-6 — pyridoxine — to form hemoglobin, the substance inside red blood cells that binds to oxygen. Like other B vitamins, it also plays a role in producing energy to sustain every cell in your body, including the bone marrow. You must get 1.2 to 1.4 milligrams of this vitamin from your diet every day. Good sources include poultry, fish, eggs, whole grains, milk, potatoes and fortified cereals… here ..
Ext// Once only a subject for science fiction novels, plans for establishing habitation on space stations, the Moon, and distant planets now appear among the short-term goals of space agencies. This article reviews studies that present biomedical issues that appear to challenge humankind for long-term spaceflights. With particularly focus on cells of bone marrow origin, studies involving changes in bone, immune, and red blood cell populations and their functions due to extended weightlessness were reviewed. Furthermore, effects of mechanical disuse on primitive stem cells that reside in the bone marrow were also included in this review. Novel biomedical solutions using space biotechnology will be required in order to achieve the goal of space exploration without compromising the functions of bone marrow, as spaceflight appears to disrupt homeostasis for all given cell types.// here …
Body Water (Human Body Water) is a naturally interacting Element with Our amino acid. Some amino are repelled some attracted. And most Protein lives their life in body water, and we should add that the interaction is magnetic in nature. DNA to RNA to Protein & versa, let aside all arguments, the agreement is on DNA.
Water is distributed in the body among two main compartments: intracellular and extracellular. The intracellular compartment is the largest, representing about two thirds of body water. The extracellular compartment, representing about one third of body water, comprises plasma fluid and interstitial fluid//fluid and interstitial fluid have a similar electrolyte composition, the most abundant ions being sodium and chloride…
Other compartments also contain water, such as lymph, eyeball fluid and cerebrospinal fluid for example. These compartments make up a relatively small water volume, and are usually considered to be part of the interstitial fluid … all here …
Total body water (TBW)
= 60% of total body weight
Distribution of body water in KB2
Using 70 kg man as example
From 42L (100%) – TBW
- 23L (55%) in intracellular (ICF)
- 19L (45%) in extracellular (ECF)
* 1L (2.5%) in transcellular fluid
* 3L (7.5%) in bone
* 3L (7.5%) in dense connective tissue
* 3L (7.5%) in intravascular (IVF)
* 9L (20%) in interstitial (ISF)
Since water in bone and dense CT moves slowly
- ICF:ECF ~ 2:1
- ISF:IVF ~ 2:1
Distribution of body water in WG21
- Water content of LEAN body tissues is constant
* ~ 71-72mL/100g.
- Fat is relatively free of water
–> TBW:Weight ratio changes with fat %
- Ratio is lower in woman and decrease with age
- Protein = 18%
- Mineral = 7%
- Fat = 15%
- Water = 60%
Total body water (as % of BODY WEIGHT)
- ICF = 40%
- ECF = 20%
* IVF (plasma) = 5%
* ISF = 15%
- Blood volume = 8%
* Presumably RBC volume is 3% of body weight and is not included in ECF
Total body water (as % of total body water)
Can be derived from above, assuming TBW = 60% of body weight
- ICF = 66% of TBW
- ECF = 33% of TBW
* IVF (plasma) = 8% of TBW
* ISF = 25% of TBW
- Blood volume = 12% of TBW
… fluids in epithelial lined spaces
- CSF (150mL)
- Joint fluid
- Aqueous humour
- Bowel content
Sodium and its associated anions contribute
- 86% of ECF osmolality
- 92% of ECF tonicity
* Ineffective osmole not included in tonicity
- 30% of TBW
- Does not include water in bone or dense CT
- More kinetically active
- ICF: functional ECF = 55:30
Neurones can produce extra osmoles when their cell volume decreases due to extracellular hypertonicity
–> Cell volume restored
//Abstract: The effect of dietary sulfur amino acids on bioelectric properties was studied in rats by using bioimpedance spectroscopy. Weanling rats were assigned to one of 12 groups in a factorially arranged experiment with dietary variables of supplemental sulfur amino acid (none, 10 g DL-methionine/kg or 10 g DL-homocystine/kg), pyridoxine hydrochloride (0 or 7.5 mg/kg) and nickel (0 or 1 mg/kg). After 9 wk of feeding, 20-h urine specimens were collected from food-deprived rats for measurements of creatinine, and then bioimpedance was measured with multifrequency (Hydra ECF/ICF 4200) and single-frequency (RJL Systems model 101) analyzers. Urinary creatinine excretion was measured by intracellular water (ICW), total body solid and urinary volume (R2 = 0.675). Extracellular water (ECW) did not add significantly to the model. Rats fed methionine had significantly lower total body water, ICW and ECW than rats fed no supplemental sulfur amino acid. Rats fed homocystine had significantly lower ECW and a significantly higher ratio of ICW to ECW. Rats fed methionine or homocystine had significantly lower capacitance corrected for body length and ICW than those fed no supplemental sulfur amino acids. These results suggest that dietary homocystine changes the distribution of body water and that sulfur amino acids can affect membrane porosity and/or membrane thickness.// here …
Original Farmer will be back mid Summer
For more on Bones and Sun here …
For more on Body Water here …
for a Universal and Ethical Consciousness and a Planetary Civilization//
… Sun’s up shadow down,… SUM18 Original Farmer