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These eco terrorists need to be extinct. I love my fresh, far away fruit.
“We cannot go on having a food chain that is 6,000 or 7,000 miles long,” he said. “We’re a northern country, why the hell are we able to buy fresh tomatoes and lettuce and fresh fruit 12 months a year? We’ve got to start living in a way that reflects the place that we live.”
The problem with seed oils is that they’re industrially processed, proinflammatory and drive oxidation in your body. Health officials like to state that seed oils are great for you because they lower cholesterol, but as Knobbe says, so does arsenic. The two toxins actually have quite a bit in common:8 “We may think this is a joke, but actually, incredibly, there’s many parallels between [arsenic] and seed oils, not the least of which is the fact that arsenic is fantastically oxidative, pro-oxidative. And t
But most of us have forgotten that, all throughout human history, deficiency of the essential trace mineral, iodine, was a huge and widely prevalent public health crisis–not a pandemic lasting a year or two, but millions of years of crippling health problems for millions of people around the world.
The evidence continues to accumulate that avoiding toxic industrially processed seed oils, often referred to as “vegetable oils,” is essential to protecting your health, and recent research adds dietary iron to the increased health risks as well, particularly for those with Type 2 diabetes.1
One of the most damaging components in our modern diet is processed vegetable oils, as they contain excessive amounts of oxidized omega-6 linoleic acid, a polyunsaturated fat (PUFA). The biological damage they cause is even worse than that caused by refined sugar and high fructose corn syrup
The bread used to make Subway sandwiches isn’t legally bread.
The smell of it baking is also nauseating.
How did one man who got rich selling drywall joiners make McDonald’s change the oil in all their french fry machines? It’s the power of propaganda.
I don’t normally shill for charities, but I did buy a piece of a cow. I like the idea of giving a hand up, and not a hand out.
Apparently when a family is given a cow, they are obliged to give the first born calf to another family for free.
Heifer International works with communities to increase income, improve child nutrition, care for the Earth, and ultimately end world hunger and poverty.