Black Pill Lemon Water Diet for Lighter Eyes Seems legit (With explanation on why)

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So I originally this posted it on this thread but I wanted more people to see it so I'm making this thread:


Here's my understanding from all this.

You have Lemon, which is of course Acidic (has citric acid).

Now all Food Entering the body are acidified by HCl acid in our stomach (stomach acid).
Now all these Acidified food are acted upon, by an enzyme called Pepsin.

Pepsin mainly breaks down proteins into Amino Acids, which are smaller in size to help with digestion.
Now, when you eat More Meat (More Protein), you essentially produce more Pepsin to break them down into smaller amino acids.

But from the likes of the diet mentioned here (less meat and no dairy), it feels like the main point is to decrease the amount of Pepsin Produced.
You should Also Note that Lack of Pepsin has a chance of increasing The Acidity in your stomach. (High Levels of Acidity is an inhibitor of Pepsin).

From this we know that the primary purpose of the diet is to reduce pepsin and keep the food As acidic as possible.

Why is that so?
Liver.

All Acidic Food is acted upon by Bile Juice (produced by Liver).

Now this diet makes sense.

One of the primary symptoms of Jaundice (health issue related to liver), is yellow eyes. You get shit eyes when your liver is functioning like shit.

So in essence, when you take more acidic food and inhibit the pepsin production, the body pushes the Liver to do all the work and produce as much as bile it can, essentially pushing the liver to its limit.

Now That shows that, Liver has a huge factor in Good Eyes (lighter hazel eyes -- hiting your potential).
Also explains why Drunk People have ugly red level eyes.

Diet could be legit as fuck given it fits in with the science already out there, or it just be a genetic thing.
Your body could also have an insane amount of pepsin production that's too hard to stop so you might also have to do it longer to make the food really fucking acidic.

tl;dr: Diet seems legit.
 

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so inhibited pepsin = overworked liver and yellow eyes?

if eating a uncooked vegan diet is known to lighten eyes and sclera aren't they eating what won't trigger the production of pepsin though? and less pepsin = more acidic food and harder working liver
 

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so inhibited pepsin = overworked liver and yellow eyes?
inhibited pepsin => more acidic food => harder working liver => clear, more white eyes**
 

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harder working liver = more bile = buildup of bile in skin and eyes (jaundice)
its not a lack of bile. its the obstruction of bile so the liver works harder to push through but can't.

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its not a lack of bile. its the obstruction of bile so the liver works harder to push through but can't.

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if your liver is working harder it produces more bile

if you eat a diet that is taxing of the livers you'll have higher levels of bile, which contains that yellowing pigment

a diet which clears the body of the excess pigments of the skin and eyes would probably be one that requires no use of the liver, fatty foods are hardest to digest, it's probably why vegan diets are known to whiten the sclera because that is easy stuff to digest

bile is apparently primarily secreted to digest fats
 

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if your liver is working harder it produces more bile

if you eat a diet that is taxing of the livers you'll have higher levels of bile, which contains that yellowing pigment

a diet which clears the body of the excess pigments of the skin and eyes would probably be one that requires no use of the liver, fatty foods are hardest to digest, it's probably why vegan diets are known to whiten the sclera because that is easy stuff to digest

bile is apparently primarily secreted to digest fats
So why does the diet work? Because of no meat?
 

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So why does the diet work? Because of no meat?
i was just speculating i wasn't sure, the liver produces bile with the bilrubin which is filtered from the blood (a byproduct of red blood cell breakdown), and bilirubin causes the yellowing

bile is used to digest certain foods in the liver

if you inhibit the liver's excretion of bile or you overtax the liver in a way that makes it so bilirubin builds up, you have jaundice

assuming you eating simple to eat foods it seems as if an unstressed liver would readily filter out excess bilirubin which would otherwise color the skin and eyes, and perhaps if diet is related to the excretion of bile that may be a factor as well
 

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that linked thread makes no sense, lemon water / alkaline diet, how could both an acidic and alkaline (opposite of acidic) do anything as a diet when they both nullify each other?
 

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i was just speculating i wasn't sure, the liver produces bile with the bilrubin which is filtered from the blood (a byproduct of red blood cell breakdown), and bilirubin causes the yellowing

bile is used to digest certain foods in the liver

if you inhibit the liver's excretion of bile or you overtax the liver in a way that makes it so bilirubin builds up, you have jaundice

assuming you eating simple to eat foods it seems as if an unstressed liver would readily filter out excess bile, and perhaps if diet is related to the excretion of bile that may be a factor as well
Either way the diet works.
 

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that linked thread makes no sense, lemon water / alkaline diet, how could both an acidic and alkaline (opposite of acidic) do anything as a diet when they both nullify each other?
That's what I thought and that made think about this thread
 

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That's what I thought and that made think about this thread
he says that lemon juice is somehow very alkaline and this would lighten the skin and eyes

i don't think that'd do anything though, the lightening effect from eating like vegan diets is probably from consuming less natural pigments and putting far less strain on the liver due to easy to digest foods so that none of these pigments are not filtered out
 

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he says that lemon juice is somehow very alkaline and this would lighten the skin and eyes

i don't think that'd do anything though, the lightening effect from eating like vegan diets is probably from consuming less natural pigments and putting far less strain on the liver due to easy to digest foods so that none of these pigments are not filtered out
Vegan diets are cope as fuck.

The reason their skin is better is because of lack of lactose (dairy).

But the lemon water diet does mention no dairy or meat but it doesn't mention you can't consume fish and seafood.
 

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alcoholics strain their livers very much so that they won't filter out bilirubin which is created in the blood


"Brown and Sacco took a set of facial photographs that had been manipulated to enhance one very specific part of the eye: the limbal ring. This is the dark circle toward the edge of the colored part of your eye, known as the iris. Our limbal rings are darker when we’re young, fading and blurring as we age. Limbal rings may also be an indicator of the health of a person’s heart and circulatory system, because they are darker in those who have low levels of phospholipid accumulation — a risk factor for cardiovascular disease."

phospolipid accumulation also affects the appearance of the eyes, lower = better, better circulatory system = lower phospholipids

fatty process diet = impaired circulatory system
 
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