High Consciousness! Cosmic Man and Cosmic Organs

Eda Alemdar
2020 Biomedical Journal of Scientific & Technical Research  
The ability to establish a balance between obtaining and expending energy is crucial for life. Obtaining energy is related to nutrition. Networks controlling hunger and satiety in the human body satisfy the metabolic requirements of an individual at multiple temporal scales. Considering the strong correlation required between external indicators of energy availability, representative signals in the circulation, and subsequent expression of the hypothalamic "hunger genes", physiological
more » ... siological indicators of energy status show a correlation with hypothalamic gene expression [1] . Alimentiveness is shaped by the communication between the brain and the gut. Food addiction also occurs as a result of the signalization between the brain and the gut. Food addiction refers to maladaptive digestive behaviors that result mainly from a transition from homeostatic to hedonic regulatory mechanisms of food intake. This shift reflects changes at all levels of the braingut-microbiome (BGM) axis [2] . There are a number of factors that require eating. According to a study conducted by Nolan and Geliebter, there is a positive relationship between emotional and external eating and Night Eating Syndrome (NES) symptoms. However, NES is an eating disorder having certain characteristics beyond eating in the wee hours of the night. This disorder suggests that emotional and external eating may be associated with higher eating frequency, since boredom, which is one of the factors that drives eating, may deepen in the evening and emotional eating may be related with eating in the wee hours of the night [3]. There are hunger and satiety genes in the human body. Current literature on satiety indicates that 'food texture' acts an important factor in controlling satiety, fullness and daily calorie intake. The strategy of using food textural manipulations has largely evolved towards the utilization of satiety over the years. In addition, various gut peptides such as ghrelin, also known as the "hunger hormone", as well as cholecystokinin (CCK), glucagon-like peptide (GLP-1), peptide YY (PYY) are effective in appetite regulation and gives a signal of satiety. While ghrelin is known to increase during a hunger state and decrease after food intake, 12 GLP-1, CCK and PYY decrease during hunger periods and are released into the circulation after meals. CCK plays a role in satiety by reducing food intake [4]. Feelings of hunger and satiety dominate the lives of all animals and are basic reflex motivations for behaviors related to ARTICLE INFO Abstract Human beings have a multifaceted quantum structure. The factors that constitute and develop human beings leads to a multi-dimensional outcome. Accordingly, each and every action of a person results in a positive and negative impact. For example, nutrition contributes to human beings, but it can also cause negative formations in humans. There is a direct relationship between nutrition and consciousness. Eating more than required impacts on the functionality of consciousness. Likewise, excessive nutrition leads to the formation of toxic gases in the human body. Such gases prevent consciousness from transforming into higher consciousness. Consciousness is the light. Such gases restrain the light. Considering that human cells produce light, the human body both produces and benefits from such light. Beings in the universe have a consciousness that is light. Beings in the universe interact with each other by means of such light, which is consciousness. This is actualized in virtue of such light, which is referred to as consciousness. Such light, consciousness, reaches the fetus through the placenta. As a matter of fact, there are similarities between the formation of the universe and the formation of the fetus.
doi:10.26717/bjstr.2020.32.005259 fatcat:2deneskwvbawdo4m2c6fbxkidy