(26. 7. 2011: Dr.V.M.Palaniappan, Ph.D.)
But, when you have finished reading, you will not curse me for taking too much of your time… certainly, this till will not end up being a waste
I would speak on them first, before going to our regular topic, viz., Sex Promoters and Suppressors.
Malaysian National Heart Institute chief Dietician Mary Easaw-John is said to have attributed widespread obesity in Malaysia to large portions of food served in restaurants, large number of hawker stalls, and 24-hour eating habits of people here.
A half-a-page photograph has also been published along with the news shows.
This photograph may or may not have anything to do with the Dietician’s study.
Yet, I used a hand lens and analysed the photo.
I tried counting the number of people there, all busy either buying or eating food at the road-side stalls.
I could count more than 300 people. Out of this number, only TWO people appeared slightly overweight people. All others looked thin.
The above news was probably a general observation, rather than anything serious.
If Malaysians are obese because of eating all the time, what makes people obese in other countries where there are not too many road-side stalls?
I have been trying to stress repeatedly the following:
Only a VERY SMALL NUMBER of people become obese because of over-eating.
I have often counted only about 30% of the obese people are obese due to over-eating. This group of people have flabby flesh all over their body.
Of the remaining about 70% obese people are obese because of UNDER-URINATING, and not because of over-eating. This people look well-built with tough muscles.
Another noteworthy point worthy of mention here is:
Among the under-urinators, those who under-urinate AFTER drinking plenty of water (e.g., more than one litre, a day, or much more) get DIABETES, and those who under-urinate after drinking VERY LITTLE water, (e.g., only two glasses of water a day) get heart attacks, stone diseases and cancers.
I do not understand why people should be so insisting that should not read anything that is said or written on health by a non-medical, Ph.D. researcher. Is this not hypocritical? Why this inconsistency?
Alright, you don’t have to take my study for granted.
Give me exactly one hour, and a mixed, random crowd of just 100 or 200 people. I will prove my point, scientifically.
No! They are good lot of people, except that they do not know my findings. That is all to it. Once they come to know, then, they will recognise it.
According to Deputy Health Minister’s observation, only 15% of the Malaysians exercise for health, while the remaining do not do exercise at all, or do wrong exercises. This seems to have attributed obesity, especially among children.
They under-urinate because:
• The number of toilets in Malaysian schools (or in nearly all countries, I think) are not adequate to cater for ALL the school children to void urine within the short and only one interval time given to them. Therefore, they do not visit the toilets. This is especially true for girls.
• Children in general, and girls in particular, on reaching home AFTER the school is over, throw away their bags, and RUSH to toilet for urination, rather than to the Dinner Table.
• During school hours they keep controlling their urinal pressure.
• Further, children in general, more so of girls, they AVOID drinking water during their breakfast at home, telling their mother, if they did drink, they will have increased urinal pressure in School and that is not desirable.
• They wish to spend the little interval time available either at the canteen or with friends, rather than waiting for their turn to use the toilet.
This is very true of girls, and not so much for the boys, for they do not mind urinating here and there, including the walls in the toilets.
The girls normally wish to enter into a toilet, close the door, take time to release their pressure in a proper manner, dress up rightly, and get out of the toilet.
When they do this, the bell would ring, directing them to their classrooms.
They will not have a minute to say even hello to other friends there. All the fun will be lost for the day!
Any parent would vouch what I have said above is true!
So, if we want to keep our children slim, we need not prevent them from eating fried foods or force them to under-eat.
It should be mostly enough to build large number of toilets in all our schools (than what we have now), and give them at least TWO interval sessions during the first half of the day.
Every school in this country has real PLENTY of clean toilets, which I think, are much more in number than those in some of the developed countries.
What I am saying is, EVEN THAT NUMBER IS NOT enough for an efficient management of health in children (as well as in adults).
One Dr.Margaret McCartney, a General Practitioner in Glasgow, appears to have told (highly reputable British Medical Journal, whose URL is: that, telling people to drink 6 to 8 glasses of water is non-sense - it is thoroughly debunked nonsense”.
Under normal circumstances, the toxic wastes produced by the body and the unwanted excesses consumed during the processes of eating and drinking get dissolved in the water a person drinks, and then it gets eliminated through urinations.
Reduced water intake would result in much reduced urination.
As a result, most of the poisons would only stay within the body, causing several of the stone diseases.
Since many essential body functions would also get impaired because such toxic accumulations, the sex potentials of a person, whether that be a male or a female, would undoubtedly get suppressed and spoiled.
If a person wishes to retain sex potentials at their best, it becomes imperative for him/her to drink enough water (about 2 L a day) and also to urinate nearly all of it through some 8 to 10 urinations daily.
Liberal urination enhances sex potentials to a great extent.
Excessive urination that follows excessive water consumption would leach out most of the essential and wanted nutrients from the body, and this too would create nutrient deficiency symptoms and weaken the body’s general health status, along with the sex performance potentials.
A small-built person should drink about 1¾ L of water daily, a medium-built person needs about 2 L of water, and a big-sized person should drink about 2½ L of water.
If for any reason a person takes far too much of water regularly, such as 3½ L or more, he/she is bound to develop a problem called Hyperhidrosis, wherein the person would sweat profusely all the time.
Even his/her palms and feet would sweat.
This condition would then give rise to nagging cough, bronchitis, asthma and sinus.
All these happen because of water accumulation in the lungs.
Asthmatic condition would prevent inhalation of the most wanted oxygen, and that would interfere and inhibit proper digestion. The appetite too would get suppressed.
Rule-11: Consume the right quantity of water to get back your optimum sex potentials.