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Thank U for your kind reply.
Thanks, In human cells, Glucose which is the fuel for generating energy, should be mixed with oxygen & combusted at Mitochondria like energy production in an engine of a car where petrol( fuel) mixed with oxygen & to be burnt. So it is the glucose in human cells and not the oxygen is the ultimate fuel.
with regards - K.Sakthidasan
I'm happy to submit the following regarding Ur query to me.First of all, according to the evolutionary theory, U know, Human beings are the most advanced animals in the earth.His entire body & all systems had been adopted to the present environment. In ancient times man hunted animals & ate raw foods for his living.As with advancing evolution he practiced cooking habit.What is the purpose of cooking foods?
In herbivorous animals like cattle,their Digestive system is designed in such a way that they can digest & assimilate plants& leaves.Their entire digestive tract is habitated with Bacterias that help in the digestive process.whereas in human the last part of the digestive system - the large intestine is habitat ed with bacteria which help digestion of some food.Therefore it is necessary for the foods to be cooked before it is consumed if U want to get the real benefit out of them.Fruits like Banana ,Papaya are easily digestible & are absorbed in the small intestine where major part of the digestion & absorption take place.Hence If U eat vegetables un cooked most of them will pass into the large bowel undigested & U looses their nutritional values. So U r desire to eat cooked foods seems to be justifiable. Another interesting thing is fasting at least once in a month (Giving rest to U r digestive system) would bring U much health.
with best wishes - K.Sakthidasan
hari om bahiji