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Mediterranean diet- “Wonder” of olive oil

Mediterranean diet- “Wonder” of olive oil

Marketed as a wonder of olive oil that had nothing to do with oil of any sort whatsoever except in the measure that it can replace even worse choices like a regular saturated fat like butter and lard. When we talk about the Mediterranean diet in the scientific field, what is implied is the diet on the island of Crete in the post World War 2 era. Also, what comes next is a big question: Why was heart disease rare in the Mediterranean? Meaning on the island of Crete after WW2.

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Optimal human diet- Chronic diseases, diet wars, and the vegan argument

Optimal human diet- Chronic diseases, diet wars, and the vegan argument

Our natural diet is a diet that our hominin ancestors were eating, not anatomically modern humans in the Stone age. As a consequence of the diet shift that is driven by the use of technology from starch-based to a mostly animal product-dominated Western type of diet, we will have to deal with an increase in disease risk due to maladaptation. It is not a bad genetic that gives us disease and that is a big open secret. Refined calories and animal products are not congruent with our biology.

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Raw food diet- The evolutionary perspective

Raw food diet- The evolutionary perspective

Heat destroys a large number of nutrients such as phytochemicals, vitamins, enzymes, and antioxidants. On another hand, some of the food items like raw beans or mushrooms can be lethal but are very health-promoting when coed. The base belief in the raw food community is that humans should live in a balance with nature. They believe that eating raw food diet is the most natural and health-promoting way to live. What does evolutionary biology tell us?

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Vegan Neanderthals? The truth about the real Neanderthal diet

Vegan Neanderthals? The truth about the real Neanderthal diet

Stereotypical representation of Neanderthals pictures them as killing the woolly mammoth.
However, Neanderthal teeth tell a different story.
The significant discovery came when scientists analyzed the remains of Neanderthals from El Sidrón, Spain. The Neanderthals from El Sidrón showed zero signs of meat consumption. Not some small amount but complete round zero.

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Inflammation and diet- Vegan argument

Inflammation and diet- Vegan argument

The higher the overall inflammation the greater the damage done to the DNA. The greater the damage to DNA the shorter the life and the greater the chance of disease. Almost all of the chronic diseases are associated with chronic inflammation from cancer, to autoimmune diseases, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, basically most of the diseases ever tested.
Our body has evolved to receive a burst of protective antioxidants anytime we eat but there are not present in animal foods.

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Paleo diet- No meat in sight

Paleo diet- No meat in sight

Our physiology evolved from small plant-eating mammals for a time span of 60 million years, and we had been using a hunting strategy for 200,000 years. There is a belief that besides foraging, hunting is also a natural human activity and that our natural diet is congruent with both hunting and foraging. We must understand the difference between these two. These are two completely different diets.

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The tale of Big Pharma- Fritz ter Meer, UN, and Codex Alimentarius

The tale of Big Pharma- Fritz ter Meer, UN, and Codex Alimentarius

The connections between the pharmaceutical industry, medical establishments, and their agenda pushed under the umbrella of the UN for the destruction of the natural healthcare industry, and natural supplement access is finishing blow in a war on plants that last for than 100 years by now.
The worst-case scenario for Codex Alimentarius, if it were to be implemented, is complete suppression of vitamin, mineral, and other supplements.

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Patented Medicine, Herbal Remedies, and FDA approval

Patented Medicine, Herbal Remedies, and FDA approval

War on plants had been waged by industry monopolists for entire last century, and the final chapter is already written in the UN. They did this already to the empirics and natural healers at the beginning of the 20th century but did not target individual people. Now they are going to and have already started to (by The FDA Food Safety Modernization Act of 2007) target everyone, including regular people as well.

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Allopathic Medicine- The Rise of an Industry

Allopathic Medicine- The Rise of an Industry

The balance and coexistence of both medical branches remained equal to about the turn of the century when the new medical treatments emerged that were potentially very profitable. The American Medical Association was joined and influenced by strong financial and controlling forces and transformed medicine into the industry. They sold their interest to the growing industry called medicine dominated by newly founded pharmaceutical companies. Physicians from that time onward in history would be taught pharmaceutical drugs and allopathic forms of interventional medicine for the benefit of the private financial interest of the international banking cartel.

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Cosmetics toxicity exposure- Health risks assessment

Cosmetics toxicity exposure- Health risks assessment

Currently, there are than 84,000 ingredients used in cosmetics. More than 12,000 of them are industrial chemicals used as cosmetic ingredients. Some of them are reproductive toxins, known carcinogens, and endocrine disruptors. Cosmetic companies do not have a legal requirement to list all of the ingredients on the label. Since 1938 FDA banned 8 out of those 12000.

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Arsenic exposure and meat consumption- The “Poison-Free” Poultry Act

Arsenic exposure and meat consumption- The “Poison-Free” Poultry Act

If we analyze arsenic pollution geographically, the U.S. is the number one most polluted place in the entire world. This is because arsenic-containing pesticides have been used in the farming industry for decades. Rice is not the main exposure source in the US. In the US around three-quarters of arsenic exposure comes from animal products directly and mostly from the chicken that is considered to be a “healthier” meat source. In second place is beef, then pork, hot dogs, eggs, milk.

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Fish toxicity- The most toxic meat

Fish toxicity- The most toxic meat

Most of the pollution is washed away from the land and will end up in the ocean eventually. If the pollutant is persistent it will remain in the ocean. The concentration in the ocean water will be low but the plankton and algae will filter the water and then the bioaccumulation in the food chain will begin.

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