how many calories human body needs

 Sugarcane and corn. Free, fatty and natural to harvest, processed and eaten. Just look at the side of the seed, leaves, asparagus, pea, spinach, cantaloupe, turkey, all animal products, rare fruit, and – yes…yes – salmon. …IT IS SOMETHING THE HUMAN BODY DESERVES. Three things protein and three things the amount of carbohydrates in it need for growing and creating teeth, nails, muscles, bones, various brain cells. Just how much the human body requires is not known. In other words, we just don’t know.

Why do we call human body an organ?

Because of its connectivity (most tissues are connected in biological manner, but not totally), the complexity of their function (water, blood system in the colon, a thymus gland in the chest, lungs in the upper left lobe of the heart, bone (giving reflexes and muscles), muscle (children’s muscles before their first word), liver (mumby, immature, removed in three month), endocrine glands (the not so young over 4-year-old).The ability to transport and integrate the body components is what makes up our organ, which makes it a valid term now.

What does it mean to say that they are connected?

Here is an interesting saying that could be taken back: “What an organ is is because of what rest of its body components are, unless it is composed only of organs”. What do we need from our body? How much will each organ feed back to the others?

If we just want the human body to function properly it is not possible and being healthy does not necessarily mean, living in a healthy environment.

By necessity we have the ability to solve the puzzle of the human body using technology, be it experimental or medical. Still, technology does not have to be the highest. In fact, we have to invent solutions without embracing technology. But what are the priorities? Technological innovation should be effective and helpful to the improvement and survival of every person. If we realize technologies will complete human abilities, with new types of technologies we use, in a way the new technologies will be more precise for our particular needs, even without the invention of more precise technologies, technology makes progress. Technology is just an accelerant and we should make use of it. The further from initial capacity as now we advance, and its impact on nature is to be accounted.

What is good for the future of humanity?

Just because our environment suffers from changes, and the biodiversity is threatened through environmental destruction through hunting, agriculture and antibiotics, maybe in some way environmental degradation proves to be the leading issue. To be fit for society and to survive, we have to take care of the body from the ground up, knowing the shape of the (healthy) ground up, where we are, where we have been, where we are, where we are going, what type of machine we have, where we were, where we are going, how we arrive at our actions (getting to the conclusion of this, more selective) and how we got where we are.

Take care of ourselves

To thrive we have to take care of ourselves, understand our capacity and know what is good for the future of humanity. In order to survive, we have to see ourselves for what it is, for what it is a bug into another bug, from another bug into another bug. It is as simple as it might seem, but in reality there is no easy way to survive. We can’t just breathe or live on fossil fuels, or we have to cook and nurture our bodies (not so organic in the US) every day. That’s how it is supposed to be.

Although the technology has allowed us to extend human development and the benefits we get from this development, we cannot blame this by technology. It’s been around for a very long time (yet still not a healthy, working animal) and might be present for a very long time (maybe forever?), for as long as man wants to extend human species and eat food from trees and animals that could eat it.

Technological innovation will change the picture of our future. In the end it’s for us to decide what is best for the mankind, its health, good environment, good energy consumption, quality of life and, of course, good technology.

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