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Offline Hadrian

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food altered by high temperatures
« on: 04/03/2006 20:31:03 »
A much published work by a Dr. Paul Kouchakoff found that the blood make up altered significantly by increasing white blood cells when you ate food altered by high temperatures. Do we pay enough attention to this?


 

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Re: food altered by high temperatures
« Reply #1 on: 04/03/2006 21:02:19 »
Could you elaborate a bit? What does "food altered by high temperatures" mean? Does it translate as "cooked"?
 

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Re: food altered by high temperatures
« Reply #2 on: 04/03/2006 21:07:28 »
Food Critical Temperature
 
Drinking water 191 degrees F.
Milk 191 degrees F.
Cereals 192 degrees F.
Tomatoes 192 degrees F.
Cabbage 192 degrees F.
Bananas 192 degrees F.
Butter 196 degrees F.
Apples 197 degrees F.
Oranges 197 degrees F.
Potatoes 200 degrees F.
Carrots 206 degrees F.
Strawberries 206 degrees F.
Figs 206 degrees F.
 

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Re: food altered by high temperatures
« Reply #3 on: 04/03/2006 21:49:12 »
I would want to look closely at any research that said that water that had previously heated had a very different affect on the body to water that hadn't...

have a look at
http://www.beyondveg.com/tu-j-l/raw-cooked/raw-cooked-1i.shtml

It seems to be an interesting discussion of the subject
 

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Re: food altered by high temperatures
« Reply #4 on: 04/03/2006 22:18:03 »
Yes I can see their point view. But has anyone gone out and tried to run a definitive study on the subject. I can see the food industry wanting do it can you?
 

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