What is meant by 'normally overweight'?
31 We Plejaren consider a healthy adult of 170 cm height with a weight of 65-75 kilograms to be of normal weight and 'normally overweight' if he has about 10 to 15 kilograms above the normal weight mentioned.
This low overweight even protects against stress-related diseases, such as arteriosclerosis, depression, muscle atrophy and osteoporosis, etc., as well as the life expectancy of overweight people is often higher than that of people of normal weight.
33.to this extent, the weight is in no way considered to be harmful to health or obesity.
34.in this respect, physical activity in work and leisure, as well as physical constitution, immune constitution and genome sequences also play an important role with regard to genetic predisposition, etc.
35. Obesity is a condition in which the body weight exceeds this level compared with normal body weight.
Only when the 'normal obesity' is strongly or very strongly exceeded, health problems of various kinds arise, which does not necessarily have to be the case for everyone.
37.where obesity is characterised by the appearance of diseases and ailments, such diseases and ailments shall normally be those arising directly or indirectly from obesity, and such suffering and ailments may be severe consequences arising directly or indirectly from obesity.
(38) Nevertheless, obese people survive all kinds of ailments and diseases more often and better than people of normal weight and fitness because they have more energy reserves in many ways.
You also said that high-fat foods are important to humans, including cheese, red meat, especially butter, as well as sausages and bacon. Moderate and targeted consumption does not form fat. But margarine is very unhealthy. Even your father, Sfath, said that if you don't eat too much, all high-fat foods can be eaten without hesitation. However, especially today, people eat too much fast food. Will lead to obesity.
39 This is indeed the case, but fat is extremely important and indispensable for the whole human organism, because it has an organically constructive effect.
40. Therefore, as a food, it is crucial because the adult body needs 50 to 100 grams of healthy fat per day, and the amount of demand depends on body weight, physical strength, exercise, and the like.
41 And what you say about butter is undeniably organic fat and is a natural product such as cheese, red meat and sausages, bacon, etc.
(42) Margarine, on the other hand, is indeed unhealthy, even if it consists of vegetable fats, because the vegetable oils are artificially hardened by industrial production, resulting in unnatural trans-fats which are harmful to health.
43 These trans fats interfere with the metabolism because they penetrate the cell membranes and promote arteriosclerosis, diabetes, etc.
Ok, thank you, but what I read and heard over and over on TV was to eat as much fruit and vegetables as possible, and said on TV that it was healthy, but you said it - like your father The same as Sfath - this is unreasonable and not true, because too much fruit and vegetables can upset the intestines, leading to diarrhea, headache, nausea and so on. I can also explain this. The vegetables or fruits I eat are usually not too much, sometimes even less than twenty minutes... you understand.
45.vegetables and fruit - cooked or raw - contain a substance which, depending on the quantity, has a harmful effect on the intestine and digestive tract and is responsible for causing discomfort and diarrhoea in the human intestine and organism.
46 This results from a certain incompatibility of the substance, which is called sorbitol by earthly scientists.