We are not ruminants, so stop eating all grains.
What do measles, tuberculosis, and grains have in common? For that matter, what do anthrax, influenza, and brucellosis also share in common with grains?
Another foodie movie that I really enjoyed. It was allegedly filmed by an amateur. Its thesis is that fast food is not addictive and can’t make you fat. Animal fat, it states, doesn’t make one fat, nor does it increase your bad cholesterol ratio, which is itself a non health concern. It states that sugar is the enemy, which is all foods with a high glycemic value (the speed in which the body converts the carb into glucose). It states that the lipid hypothesis is junk science, where the data was made to fit the theory. In short, it is there to support the Big Agra business, which in turn creates a huge load of problems and supports Big Pharma, which in turn grows big government. A self promoting circle to spread fear and money, lots of it. This is more of a scam than a psyOp, but the result is the same. You’re sicker and poorer.
So how does my food computer compile this latest information?
Well, I’m going to stick with eating as much local raw as possible. I will continue to supplement that with one green drink 600ml a day (homemade with my juicer-http://amzn.to/RsoDkX). I will still eat limited dairy, and use raw milk. I’ll eat meat as a treat, not as a staple (its price has gone up at least 10% in the last year anyway). I’ll eat ancient grains, sweet potatoes, and lentils. I’ll keep watching the rocking hot raw chicks for ideas, Freelea and Kristina.
I’ll continue to stay away from all wheat as much as possible. I’ll continue to hydrate with apple cider vinegar water.
Even with all the advice from these foodie movies, it’s difficult to sort the wheat from the chaff, but I’m trying.
Latest raw food movie that has me thinking.
What started with an illness in our own family resulted in a life long mission of discovery and dedication to helping share what transformed my father’s health with the world. We believe that your body is worthy of good care and that nobody is more suitably qualified to care for it than yourself.
I have always eaten meat.
In my ongoing discovery of what’s true and what’s not, I am slowly discovering that the closer we eat to our original, intended diets the better our health will be.
Like 9/11 truth, all of my conclusions feel logical and simple, and that’s why I am ultimately convinced that my position is sound and probably correct.
I am slowly moving the staples of my diet from animals to raw fruit and vegetables. Just looking at many of the people on youtube promoting these diets is shaping my opinion. The pretty freelea the banana girl and her sturdy boyfriend Durian Rider indicate that their diets seem sound.
It’s with this prelude that I snapped and had to comment on the above trailer billboard. If these farmers presumably eat what they’re promoting, then I am more likely to avoid their product based on their appearance. I don’t want to look like them, so I will avoid what they’re eating.
Sadly, they look like a growing majority of the population. Something is wrong with what that majority is eating.
I don’t necessarily believe the source of the story, but I do believe its essence. I believe it’s the lack of nutrition in our foods and our poor choices that leads to the toxic nature of our body’s chemistry. This toxic stew then lends itself to a cancerous environment.
AFTER YEARS OF TELLING PEOPLE CHEMOTHERAPY IS THE ONLY WAY TO TRY AND ELIMINATE CANCER, JOHNS HOPKINS IS FINALLY STARTING TO TELL YOU THERE IS AN ALTERNATIVE WAY …
1. Every person has cancer cells in the body. These cancer cells do not show up in the standard tests until they have multiplied to a few billion. When doctors tell cancer patients that there are no more cancer cells in their bodies after treatment, it just means the tests are unable to detect the cancer cells because they have not reached the detectable size.
This story is fascinating, and a cautionary tale for the continent’s favorite poison.
Farmers in the Durg, Rajnandgaon and Dhamtari districts of Chhattisgarh say they have successfully used Pepsi and Coke to protect their rice plantations against pests.It is a trend that has been seen in other parts of India, with farmers also using Indian brands of colas.The practice of using soft drinks in lieu of pesticides, which are 10 times more expensive, gained so much popularity that sales of the drinks increased drastically in remote villages.