During a 24 hours cycle, energy flows in different organs demonstrated by the following chart.
|Drinking water triggers bowel evacuation making room for the new day’s nutritional intake. Removes toxins from the night’s cleansing
|Stomach energies are the highest so eat the most important meal of the day here to optimize digestion/assimilation.
|The stomach passes its contents on. Enzymes from the pancreas continue the digestive process. Carbohydrate energy made available.
|11 a.m.-1 p.m.
|Food materials enter the blood stream. The heart pumps nutrients throughout the system and takes its lipid requirements.
|Foods requiring longer digestion times (proteins) complete their digestion/assimilation.
|Metabolic wastes from morning’s nutrition intake clear, making room for the kidney’s filtration to come
|Filters blood (decides what to keep, what to throw away), maintains proper chemical balance of blood based on nutritional intake of day. Blood to deliver useable nutrients to all tissues.
|Nutrients are carried to groups of cells (capillaries) and to each individual cell (lymphatic).
|The endocrine system adjusts the homeostasis of the body based on electrolyte and enzyme replenishment.
|11 p.m.- 1 a.m.
|Initial cleansing of all tissues, processes cholesterol, enhances brain function.
|Cleansing of blood. Processing of wastes.
|Respiration. Oxygenation. Expulsion of waste gases.