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Bipolar II and the Psychological trauma of Enzymes.

There are two types of nerves that maintain and also help control the actions of the digestive system. The digestion cavity is made of three parts : stomach; large intestines and the small intestines. The Extrinsic (outside) nerves co-ordinate the digestive organs from the unconscious part of the brain and or from the Spinal cord. The nerve located from the brain to the spinal cord is an area known as the Vagus nerve. These two areas release a chemical called acetylcholine and another called adrenaline. Acetylcholine causes the muscle of the digestive organs to squeeze with more force and increase the "push" of food and juice through the digestive tract. Acetylcholine also causes the stomach and pancreas to produce more digestive juice. Adrenaline relaxes the muscle of the stomach and intestine and decreases the flow of blood to these organs.
Intrinsic digestive enzymes are produced in the stomach from the food and liquids we ingest. The salivary glands and specific cells of the pancreas secrete the enzymes that work to chemically breakdown the proteins, fats and sugars that are present in the body for production of life. Protease – the collective name – are digestive enzymes which digest protein; amylase digests starch molecules; and lipase is for the consumption of fats. Categories involved in food enzyme: 
a. lipase - break down fat and glycerol in our small intestine
b. Protease - collective breakdown of protein
c. Cellulase - breakdown of fiber
d. Amylase - breakdown of starch
e. Lactase - breakdown of dairy foods
f. Sucrase - breakdown of sugars
g. Maltase - breakdown of grains

Since protein conversion is necessary for glucose in the body, problems with protein digestion can cause hypoglycemia. It can also lead to mentality problems concerning irritability, as well as mood swings. Mood swings and irritability are typical in Bi-polar and some Psychotic episodes. Insulin is a hormone produced in the pancreas and this allows a body to use sugar from carbohydrates for energy, but also to store glucose for future use. Insulin helps keeps your blood sugar level from getting too high (hyperglycemia) or too low (hypoglycemia). Theory says that hypoglycemia causes an imbalance in mentality due to the nervous system of the Sympathetic and Parasympathetic nutritional inequalities. This can be extended as a lack of Protein Structures (Sugars) for Protease Enzymes to digest causing un-naturally low states, but also mood swings and irritability in the latter nervous system. This I see as a non-physical illness phenomenon and is covered in: ‘The Casualties of Consciousness’ forthcoming E-book. A 92 page sample of the 275+ pages is available on the webpage in the E-book dropdown menu.
Liquid Chlorophyll is a great tonic for alkalizing the body and it also helps to cleanse and strengthen the blood.  Another useful natural supplement that can help alkalize the body is a Kelp & Hops Combination, Barley Grass and also Magnesium. Malic acid and Magnesium is said to aid and maintain a healthy the mind as a Psychological functional resource. It is said to combat tiredness and fatigue, a common issue that can result in Lethargy that can cause sublime issues in mentality.

Enzymes from animals like trypsin, pepsin and pancreatin work within a limited pH range and only work to a small variance in the stomach and small intestines. They do not do anything for the digestion in the upper part of the stomach. When the pH becomes too high, they become inactive. pH7 is considered neutral or in harmony in chemistry. The chemistry pH scale is 1-14. The optimum pH range is 6.0 - 11.0 for your body’s different Enzymes. Ideally your pH level should be 6.4 - 6.8 in your saliva and 6.0 - 7.5 in urine samples. Another notion states the pH in saliva and urine needs to be slightly alkaline at 7.30 - 7.45. The optimum activity of an enzyme is relative to this pH scale for the individual Neuro-chemical Action Potentials.
These two enzymes are of special importance to the digestion of food in the human body. They are a derivative of meat and are a Protease.

•             Pepsin is a protease that digests proteins and then breaking them down into peptides and amino acids. Pepsinogen is secreted as juices by gastric glands for the stomachs initial breakdown of foods. From there the substances travel to the small intestine and then onto the large intestine before being excreted (yes you have three departments to your digestive system and not just a stomach). In the acidic environment of a human stomach, pepsinogen is converted into pepsin.
•             Trypsin is a protease secreted into the small intestine by the pancreas. As a pepsin, trypsin digests proteins into peptides (a Pepsin) and amino acids and is made and secreted in an inactive form, trypsinogen.

Although pepsin and trypsin are proteases, they exhibit quite different optimal conditions of acidity and alkalinity for their Action Potential.

The third enzyme - catalase - is located in the cells of most of our body tissues (for want of a better word: our meat).

•             Catalase catalyzes the breakdown of hydrogen peroxide, (H2O2) a toxic bi- product of metabolic reactions. It causes a breakdown into the harmless substances of water and oxygen. Chicken or beef liver are a source of catalase.

It is said that Papaya produces enzymes that are more productive within the pH and temperature range of a natural healthy body and can help digest cooked and raw foods in the upper part of the stomach. Papaya’s contribution is to decrease and also conserve digestive enzyme secretions that are already present in the body.
•             Therapeutic enzymes, such as proteolytic enzymes, can be used to reduce pain and inflammation, improve circulation, support the immune system, and restore health in many other ways. (Additional one I found mentioned in holistic beliefs).

What happens when you are protease deficient? 
Protease digests protein. You will have protein deficiency symptoms, depending on how deficient you are in protease. Protease deficiency creates alkaline excess in the blood. Protein is converted into glucose (blood and tissue sugar) upon demand and a lack of protein digestion contributes to hypoglycemia. This results in moodiness, mood swings and irritable states of body and Theory of Mind where: the body notions and motions create; emotions and vocalized emotions.

Protease also has an ability to digest unwanted chemicals in the blood and that includes some bacteria and viruses. So, in a protease deficient body, the immunity system becomes agitated, making you more ‘susceptible to bacterial, viral and yeast infections and a general decrease in immunity’, as well as effects on degeneration of the mind and the brain’s neuropsychology of external pathogens. At this level internal reactions struggle in Psychosocial circumstances via electro-chemical reactions of inner/outer Interpellation (a combining of body and mind). The latter is the length or time of negotiations between Core Identities (Self) in the body’s neuro-chemical releases of the Circadian Cycle of negotiable life.

Pathogens in this page are seen as an inner imbalance function in the brain/body divide of Theory of Mind and Embodiment. It includes how outer forces create the consumption of the neuro-chemicals eaten and stored in the body that the brain instructs the Central Nervous System in the co-ordination of the body/brain barrier. This is via Psychosocial interaction and Interpellation causing the sublime effect of nutritional consumption of the 80-90% of how life revolves as: sublime issues brought to the foreground for discussion and the art of listening. Pathogens (illnesses such as: a virus, fungus or bacteria) are also bi-products of proteins. These Pathogens use a protein shell to protect themselves (as a virus does).

The enzyme protease destroys infectious proteins, and so Pathogens in the blood supply are coated with a protein shell for their own protection and evade detection. So it makes sense that ingesting protease could break down the protein infection. It also theoretically says that this may induce illness because the protection of the protein shell is broken and so releasing the pathogens.

This latter state is created in the Peripherals Nervous System (P.N.S). It is the enactment of catching something out of the corner of your eye that is then interpreted in the brain as, ‘Disassociation’ in the Parasympathetic nerve. It is also a brain development of ‘Fight or Flight’ in the form of: discussion is needed; or at the worst case scenario Agoraphobia or panicking at the sight of someone or something. Even the sight of an old friend or lover can cause the heart to flutter via this method. It is because harmony of the Parasympathetic system gives an instruction not to shout or cause alarm, unless rowdiness is within your Fashion Trends of societal friends. This is the brain/body barrier of the Sympathetic nerve reaction that the bodily motions, notions and emotions then cause and react to and that may lead to conversation and or communication devices in the here and now. It is also a cause of how memory brings up old subjects as well via negotiation as they swing around emotional subjects via conversational Reflex. It is in the (S-R) Stimulus-Response → (Gives) Emotional Recall towards Consolidation in ‘Rest and Digest’ of the Parasympathetic nerve via ‘Disassociation’ towards your Psychosocial reactants of verbal stimulus as a Core Identity. These triggers are all part of the P.N.S:
The Sensory systems of the Peripheral nervous system (P.N.S)
Vision ((direct and indirect) (more on this soon),
Auditory (heard and Buzzed tonal noise adjustments).
It also involves;
Somatic Sensation ((touch),(Core Identity Interpellation (conjoining) towards Psychosocial Performance of Settings),(also instinctual notions of ‘someone is looking at me’)) via,
Gustatory (taste),
Olfaction (smell) but,
Vestibular Motion Disorder (V.M.D) is a Neuro/electro-chemical imbalance that causes a Core Identity non-movement of the head to direct the ears and eyes. This leads to the Parasympathetic sublime imbalance of Elation in the Sympathetic nerve. Explained another way, the Sympathetic nerve (Fight or Flight) allows you to happily run or ride a bike. But, the Parasympathetic nerve causes ‘Rest and Digest of enjoyment as well. This Vestibular motion could be from the inner effects of Psychotic episodes and outer influences of Psychosocial Peripheral perceptions whereby a person reacts to those sensory actions as a mentality Pathogen within part or parts of the (P.N.S).
In addition to Bi-polar Psychotic episodes in this area can be described in the following way. In a Peripheral (sublime) Sympathetic reaction of Elation: inner Psychotic episodes form because the feelings cannot be explained as an external conscious perception giving paranoia or anxiety. But also irritability - in some - as the feeling that someone is staring at you and in the ‘Here and now’ and an overload to mentality causes the Psychotic episode to be misdirected at another in the Psychosocial Performance of the public area (Setting).

Disassociation is the harmony between these two nerves that gives the Inner Peace Experience, whereas, the Inner Experience is a perception of thoughts and reading these words. This paragraph can be seen as ‘They are nice, but those are scary’ or ‘Disassociation’ in thought that only needs verbally discussing with the nice things or a scary meeting with a possible lover or new friend/s. Disassociation also pursues the Peripheral system whereby scary people are to be avoided, so don’t get yourself confused or paranoid, stressed or anxious about who the scary thing’s really are.

Protease is an enzyme that digests proteins, but also Pathogens. Protease has a very different and powerful function when on an empty stomach. Protease gives a natural blood enhancement that is able to breakdown some protein shelled (skin) Pathogens (illnesses) in the blood supply, so as your immune system can destroy them. As they say: healthy gut (stomach), healthy body and mind.

If insulin levels are low, then your body cannot use glucose in the blood. The body then starts burning excessive amounts of fat which causes the blood to become acidic from excess ketone. Although the blood pH acidity only drops from a normal level of 7.4 down to 7.1 or 7.0, this small drop is enough to inactivate enzymes that depend on a precise acid-base balance to operate.
Ketone from the liver derives primarily from the fatty acids in your diet or stored body fat. The ketones: hydroxybutyrate (BHB), acetoacetate and acetone are released into the blood. They are then transported to the brain and other organs, ‘shuttled into the energy factory’ mitochondria and become substances used as Action Potentials and body tissue production. Excess BHB and acetoacetate are excreted via urine. Acetone, is volatile by nature and breathed out (hence the characteristically sweet “keto breath”). So blood glucose remains normal because it is converted from certain amino acids and the breakdown of fatty acids. There are also many other vegetarian foods that contain ketone such as raspberries.

Neurons on Ketones.
Excitory neurons transmit signals and process information, but if excitory neurons become over-stimulated they tend to die.

The brain excitation and inhibition initializes through two main neurotransmitters, the excitatory Glutamate and the inhibitory GABA. Glutamate in larger quantities causes neurodegeneration, as well as excitotoxicity. Put another way hyper-activity is toxic. The acidity of ketones may decrease the pH of certain brain microdomains, which might be the mechanism of keto’s positive effect on Type II Bipolar disorder.

Abstract from the above website.

Neurocase: The Neural Basis of Cognition
Volume 19, Issue 5, 2013

Successful mood-stabilizing treatments reduce intracellular sodium in an activity-dependent manner. This can also be achieved with acidification of the blood, as is the case with the ketogenic diet. Two women with type II bipolar disorder were able to maintain ketosis for prolonged periods of time (2 and 3 years, respectively). Both experienced mood stabilization that exceeded that achieved with medication; experienced a significant subjective improvement that was distinctly related to ketosis; and tolerated the diet well. There were no significant adverse effects in either case. These cases demonstrate that the ketogenic diet is a potentially sustainable option for mood stabilization in type II bipolar illness. They also support the hypothesis that acidic plasma may stabilize mood, perhaps by reducing intracellular sodium and calcium.