My last article has given you some ideas about how to live longer. Today I would like to present to you the ways used by Michail Tombak. He claims that we can live for 150 years. Why are we not living so long then?
Who Is Michail Tombak
Michail Tombak ( Michaił Borisowicz Tombak ) was born on the 4th of Sept 1953 in Kargand. He is the Russian teacher of chemistry and biology and the author of guides in Russian.
Apart from graduating from the State Pedagogic Institute in Kaluga in 1976, he is also the habilitated doctor and professor of the private Interacademic Atetacic Committee. At present he is living in Lodz in Poland, organising holiday stays, promoting the ideas from his books.
Since 2000 Michail has written four books in Polish ( already translated into English and 11 other languages) about healthy lifestyle, healthy eating and longevity:
Michail has got a blog in Polish and a fan club on Facebook. I have to point out here that the amount of knowledge to share is enormous and will not be comprised in one article. I am not going to duplicate his books, however. My mission is to spread the wisdom of the people who should be known more worldwide.
DISCLAIMER: THIS ARTICLE HAS ONLY INFORMATIVE PURPOSE AND DOES NOT SUBSTITUTE MEDICAL CONSULTATION IN THE CASE OF HEALTH PROBLEMS. THE AUTHOR DOES NOT TAKE ANY LIABILITY FOR APPLICATION OF THE TREATMENTS DESCRIBED HERE.
Can We Live 150 Years By Michail Tombak
In the case of the physical dimension, there are five factors which determine if you are healthy and how long you will live:
- the spine
- internal hygiene
- stress management
The Five Factors According To Michail Tombak
Each of them is equally important and they are also interdependent. So, for example, there is no health and longevity if your diet is improper, even if you cleanse your body regularly and avoid stress.
Your spine is the column that supports everything your body consists of. Various movements can often cause minute dislocations of vertebrae. The muscles around a dislocated vertebrae stiffen up and prevent it from moving back to its proper position. This results in progressive nerve and muscle inflammation, causing pain and limiting your range of motion.
A dislocated vertebra creates pressure on nerves and blood vessels that are connected with specific muscles and organs. If a nerve remains under pressure for a long time, the organ depending on the nerve develops pathologies that are hard to cure. For example, problems with the cervical spine lead to allergies, loss of hearing or throat problems.
When you come to this world, the first thing you do is to take a deep breath. The last thing you do while leaving the world is to stop breathing. Children use diaphragm while breathing which means that their abdomen is also used in this process and all the lungs are working.
Unfortunately, adults use rib cage instead which shortens the lifespan by 30 to 40 years. Only the upper, smallest part of the lungs is involved in this kind of breathing. It usually does not provide enough air, especially in the case of obese people. Only small amounts of inhaled oxygen get into our lungs which work intensively, but ineffectively.
As we grow older, the larger sections of our lungs are no longer involved in the breathing process. Our body is constantly oxygen-starved, which leads not only to respiratory diseases but also to the circulatory system, pancreas or kidneys problems.
There is also another rule described by Michail here: the fewer times you breathe per minute, the longer your life is. (Michail Tombak, “Can We Live 150 Years”.)
The fewer times you breathe the longer your life.”
Currently, being busy and stressed, our food is high in calories, fast and easy for preparation and easily absorbed. However, this means we do not chew properly, drink liquids with the meal and combine foods requiring various digestive enzymes (i.e. carbohydrates and proteins.)
Moreover, pre-processed foods are rich in sugar, wheat, milk whey and other allergens. In addition, they are packed with preservatives mostly starting with “E” which are often harmful or at least disturb many processes in our body.
We do not consume sugar only with coffee or tea. Now it is added to everything, maybe apart raw vegetables. You can meet it even in hot dogs and deli chicken (also as glucose-fructose syrup.) High sugar consumption increased the number of cases of diabetes, anaemia and blood cancers. It does not happen in the parts of the world where sugar is not used.
Cow milk is a common substitute for human milk. However, human milk is richer in lactose which favourably helps with the development of friendly bacteria in the baby’s colon. No mammals in the world (except humans) consume milk when they are grown up.
Cow milk is rich in indigestible casein. This protein builds up as lumps and mucous substances in your tissues and tendons. Cow milk is also rich in calcium. However, it is much less absorbable than the calcium from cabbage, carrots or beets. Milk also contains saturated fat which can lead to circulatory vessels problems. However, skimming milk only worsens calcium absorbed by your body.
Dr Michail Tombak points out the danger of eating refined flour from today’s wheat, together with yeast used during baking. However, a cardiologist Dr William Davis noted in his book, Wheat Belly: Lose the Wheat, Lose the Weight and Find Your Path Back to Health, today’s hybridized wheat contains sodium azide, a known toxin.
It is also commonly known that wheat is also sprayed with glyphosate, which is a big toxin to your intestinal flora, for killing weeds and shortly before harvest, to speed up grain drying.
Gluten and Gliadin
The gluten of contemporary wheat is very hard to digest. Moreover, the gliadin and glutenin are acting as immunogenic anti-nutrients. Unlike fruits, which are meant to be eaten, grains have a way of fighting back. Davis also believes that gliadin degrades to a morphine-like compound after eating, what creates an appetite for more wheat; his claim, therefore, is that wheat actually has an addictive quality to it.
Wheat also contains amylopectin A, which is more efficiently converted to blood sugar than just about any other carbohydrate, including table sugar. Consequently, two slices of whole wheat bread increase blood sugar levels higher than a single candy bar. (source: Gizmodo.)
Michail Tombak does not recommend meat for everyday consumption because we often eat an insufficient amount of raw vegetables, without which digestion of meat is incomplete. Also, we often swallow too big nibbles of meat because of incorrect chewing, which leads to food decay in intestines later.
However, Michail Tombak also states that not everybody has to be a vegetarian. You can have feasts in your life, being allowed to eat all kinds of food, but on ordinary days stick to what is healthy to your body. And do not forget: use moderation in eating because it is one of the basic conditions of your survival.
I will describe the last two factors in my next post, so stay tuned to my website.
In a Nutshell
Today I have described you three out of five factors which determined the length of your life. We live shorter because of incorrect diet, neglecting our spine and breathing improperly.