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From: Libre (
Subject:         Re: How long does it take for food to leave the stomach
Date: October 10, 2012 at 2:25 pm PST

In Reply to: Re: How long does it take for food to leave the stomach posted by Mark on October 10, 2012 at 11:24 am:

As far as I can tell, the easiest way to figure it out, is, when mixing,
take the longest lasting thing in your system and figure everything
else will take that long to process and exit.

One final thing is actually that oils take 24 or more hours to

Oils = 24+ hours

So it really messes up everything you eat with it. So if fruits -
including tomatoes, are part of the pizza you eat, since there is so
much oil, and milk and possibly meat, everything that takes a short
time to transit through your system, gets stuck waiting for the
things that take a long time. Meanwhile those things putrify and rot
as the longer processing things break down.

So any 15-30 minute processing foods will actually rot for 4 hours
to 24 hours as the onslaught of Fats, Milks (and milk fats), and
meats try to process. It makes a nasty sludge in the gut.

So basically, if you ate an apple, and some Olive oil, you would
basically be slowing down the process for both, to the speed of the
slowest denominator (the oil at up to 24 hours processing time), so
the fruit, which should take 15-30 minutes to clear, is now rotting
and not completely processing for up to 24 hours.

Hope that helps.

With Pizza you have grains (bread), massive fats as oils, milks,
meats, and then a bit of veggies. The veggies which should clear
fast, stay while the rest of the slow movers are trying to be
processed by your guts, leading to the fasted things going rancid
as the slow movers try to process.

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