En esta etapa de la vida “pueden aparecer problemas en la masticación y deglución. En las dietas de fácil masticación y en las trituradas se suele aumentar el aporte de hidratos de carbono (patata, pasta, arroz…) y reducir el consumo de proteínas (la carne, por su dificultad en el masticado; y el pescado, por el riesgo de atragantamiento con las espinas). Por eso, hay que realizar adaptaciones dietéticas que aseguren un aporte proteico correcto”, especifica De Luna. A partir de los 60 años la ingesta de proteínas ya debería estar en 2 gramos por kg de peso corporal, añade Isidro.
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The dietas originated as a plant-based practice for developing attunement to the currents of spirit that underlie the material world. Traditionally, this has been applied to such skills as hunting, divination, ancestral consultations, healing, leadership, and so on. The dietas are part of broader systems of human-plant relationships (food taboos, garden magic, and so on) that characterize many of the indigenous people of Amazonia. As the Amazon basin is populated by a high concentration of plants whose chemical behaviors are complex and ‘active’ enough to be used medicinally, and humans have been interacting with them for 1000’s of years, the dieta tradition is well developed.
A fundamental aspect of our teaching is sharing our natural and traditional way of living in total harmony with Mother Nature. We want to inspire others to benefit from the practice of medicinal and master plants that nature generously offers us. For the Shipibo people, the plants of the forest are alive; they feel, communicate, and have the power to teach us. We believe that each plant has it’s “genius,” or spirit. These are the spirits that we see and work with during ayahuasca ceremonies.
Jason came to the Temple in 2012. After having worked with ayahuasca quite extensively, he began the process of dieting plants. He has dieted in the Shipibo tradition and began working with Maestro Ernesto in 2013, delving deep into the world of dieting. Through a prolonged apprenticeship and training, he was eventually given authorization to begin working with plants. After working as a tabaquero, he was also given the blessing to administer diets, and to share in the tradition from which he has learned and which has taught him so much. He has been living, learning, and working in the jungle for the last six years.
It is said that the dietas are prescribed by the plants themselves, each a little different, depending on the character (species) of the plant. To understand plants as capable of communicating the conditions by which we can best relate to them is a . . . leap . . for many of us. However, in order to grasp the rationales of the dietas and the entire therapeutic process in which they are involved, it is important to cultivate a view of the natural world as highly aware, intelligent, infinitely helpful (if approached with respect) and ultimately ~~ Enchanted.
NOTE: Recently, since foreigners have begun drinking ayahuasca and a tourist industry has formed around ayahuasca ceremonies and treatments with curanderos, a new diet has emerged that most people refer to as the ayahuasca diet.  This diet was designed to keep people safe during the ceremonies.  Ayahuasca can have dangerous effects when mixed with certain substances, namely pharmaceutical medication and most specifically anti-depressant medication or SSRIs.  Other negative effects are possible when mixing ayahuasca with some foods as well, like dairy products, but this diet is different from the dieta described above.  While the ayahuasca diet can be used to demonstrate one’s determination and is a good idea, it should not be confused with the traditional dieta that forms such an integral part of the science of plant medicine in the Amazon Rainforest.
La sibutramina actúa disminuyendo el hambre y haciendo con que la sensación de saciedad llegue más rápido al cerebro, ayudando a controlar la cantidad de comida ingerida. De esta forma, este medicamento puede ser usado como primer tratamiento en personas con obesidad. Cabe acotar que en algunos países de América Latina su uso ha sido restringido, debido a sus efectos secundarios. 
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