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Re: Engineering 'disease'

Peter wrote:I eat tinned sardines at least, which is the whole fish (minus the tail which I separate). And it's raw.

From wicked-pedia:
Sardines are canned in many different ways. At the cannery, the fish are washed, their heads are removed, and the fish are cooked, either by deep-frying or by steam-cooking, after which they are dried. They are then packed in either olive, sunflower, or soybean oil, water, or in a tomato, chili, or mustard sauce.
by HonestlyNow
December 13th, 2017, 5:33 pm
 
Forum: General World Affairs
Topic: Engineering 'disease'
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Re: Engineering 'disease'

I’m not saying an extremely low carbohydrate intake is necessary to stay healthy but I do argue that excessive carbohydrate intake and more importantly a much too low intake of natural animal fats is the main reason for the pandemic of western diseases that we are experiencing right now. All carbohydrates are not the same; they cannot be conflated into one category with the same effects on our biology, number one. Number two, you and I are not apparently living in the same world. Most people around me eat plenty of dead animal products. And, as well, that is not the whole of the problem. People are also eating dead (as in cooked) foods, and foods adulterated with chemicals, and foods that are processed into near non-recognition as foods. It's "all together now" on the same plate of the standard diet of your average culturally-conditioned human. The most important aspect to look at is the COOKING, or putting fire to, the food that people eat. Stop glossing over this point, an...
by HonestlyNow
December 11th, 2017, 6:37 pm
 
Forum: General World Affairs
Topic: Engineering 'disease'
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Re: Engineering 'disease'

patrix » December 7th, 2017, 8:26 am wrote:Well then grab some eggs and butter and get your brain and serotonin levels up to a working condition again.

You're making the assumption there's a problem with my brain and serotonin levels. I've made no such claim here, and it's also not the case that I'm having that problem. Thank you, anyway.

patrix wrote:We’ve all been fooled in some way. The important thing is to be honest enough with yourself to see that.

Again, agreed. You and I differ on how we are being fooled.

patrix wrote:Disney . . .

As I've mentioned during our last exchange months ago, I've no interest in Disney, and he/it is not in any way the guiding force upon the knowledge I have gained on this subject.
by HonestlyNow
December 7th, 2017, 3:14 pm
 
Forum: General World Affairs
Topic: Engineering 'disease'
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Views: 114686

Re: Engineering 'disease'

patrix » December 7th, 2017, 7:59 am wrote:You feel you are morally in the right to promote avoidance of animal products against better knowledge and actively tries to question and discredit anyone that says otherwise.

What I have seen to be the truth of the matter in regards to the health of the homo sapien, is that we are a frugivore species, and that the cooking of our food has proven to be the downfall of mankind.

patrix wrote: “There is no sin except stupidity”

Agreed.
by HonestlyNow
December 7th, 2017, 2:07 pm
 
Forum: General World Affairs
Topic: Engineering 'disease'
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Views: 114686

Re: Engineering 'disease'

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At this moment, I take the time to answer this post by patrix:
patrix » December 6th, 2017, 2:05 pm wrote:Let's not have a "flame war" again.

Define flame war:
flame war
noun

a lengthy exchange of angry or abusive messages between users of an online forum or other discussion area.

I conducted a search on this site for my posts in Engineering Disease. My search indicates that I made 23 posts in this thread. Not even one of those posts is either abusive nor of an attacking or angry nature. Search Link. The flame war, my dear patrix, is in your imagination.
by HonestlyNow
December 7th, 2017, 1:06 pm
 
Forum: General World Affairs
Topic: Engineering 'disease'
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Views: 114686

Re: Engineering 'disease'

Would these be RAW foods or COOKED foods? How long would you say someone needs to be on what they determine to be the healthy way to live before they may take a turn for the worse, i.e., how long of a proof of health do you need to see that what this person is doing may be something at which we should all take a look? Let's not have a "flame war" again. You know my views and I know yours. And I've noticed many people have strong feelings attached to diets. I guess it's no coincidence most religions contain dietary restrictions. But to answer your questions raw or cooked doesn't matter if you have a reasonably varied diet. Disease because of malnutrition typically takes a few years. The canary is usually bad dental health. Sorry to inform you, but that question is of the utmost importance, hence my reason for asking. There's a world of difference between raw and cooked. I do have to address this at another time though due to my current time constraint. I asked a specific ques...
by HonestlyNow
December 6th, 2017, 8:20 pm
 
Forum: General World Affairs
Topic: Engineering 'disease'
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Re: Engineering 'disease'

patrix » December 6th, 2017, 9:34 am wrote:In short:
Eat whole foods as fresh and organic as possible
. . .

Would these be RAW foods or COOKED foods?

patrix » December 5th, 2017, 6:20 am wrote:. . . and initially we may feel better. And it may be things that are healthy to do during limited periods, but not for a prolonged time. And if we’ve had an initial positive experience we then tend do more of the very thing that makes us sick.

How long would you say someone needs to be on what they determine to be the healthy way to live before they may take a turn for the worse, i.e., how long of a proof of health do you need to see that what this person is doing may be something at which we should all take a look?
by HonestlyNow
December 6th, 2017, 7:39 pm
 
Forum: General World Affairs
Topic: Engineering 'disease'
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Views: 114686

Re: Engineering 'disease'

Peter, Kham is on the right track. Robert Morse is no clown; he is a genuine soul out to help poeple on their healing journey. He doesn't "peddle" herbs, as if that is all he does. Herbs support certain systems, treating the body as a whole system , not as parts, as the medical doctors are taught to do. The body is made of 100,000,000,000,000 cells (or who can really count) and two major fluids. The blood is one major fluid, which acts as the "kitchen" to our cells by feeding them. Then there is the lymph fluid, which is three times as large (approximately) as the amount of blood in our bodies. The lymph acts as the "bathroom" to clean up the cellular wastes from throughout our bodies. Nature must have had a reason to make so much lymph in our bodies, like, maybe, it's very important to keep the body clean. . . .Or else . . . we would suffer from uncomfortable bodily states that the medicals like to label disease, and then say that there's nothing that can...
by HonestlyNow
December 4th, 2017, 2:03 pm
 
Forum: General World Affairs
Topic: Engineering 'disease'
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Views: 114686

Re: Engineering 'disease'

Peter » May 22nd, 2017, 5:32 am wrote:
HonestlyNow » April 26th, 2017, 5:14 pm wrote:Have you ever looked into the world of raw food eating, especially high-raw fruit? Cooking foods does nothing to enhance its nutrition, but instead brings down the electro-magnetics of the food, and coagulates the fats/oils, and makes the food harder to digest. Living foods (I don't mean animals), is the place to go for regenerative healing.

Everything we eat is dead, whether it's a piece of meat, apple or carrot.

Do you know what it means to cook something?
by HonestlyNow
May 22nd, 2017, 12:04 pm
 
Forum: General World Affairs
Topic: Engineering 'disease'
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Views: 114686

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patrix » May 18th, 2017, 6:58 am wrote:I'd settle for a cancer theory that is correct. I'm not sure about these, but I'm pretty sure the conventional theory is wrong.

What people call cancer is the result of a backed-up lymph system. The key to opening up the lymph system is to get your kidneys filtering. Would you like more information? Or is the light too bright in this direction and you'll just stay in the shadows . . .
by HonestlyNow
May 18th, 2017, 1:15 pm
 
Forum: General World Affairs
Topic: Engineering 'disease'
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patrix » May 17th, 2017, 9:59 am wrote:I think the fungus theory around cancer has merit, but I've not been able to find much about it.

Study the lymphatic system, my dear one. That's where you'll find your answers. The backed up and stagnant lymph fluids are bathing cells in acid wastes. Cancer, anyone?
by HonestlyNow
May 17th, 2017, 5:45 pm
 
Forum: General World Affairs
Topic: Engineering 'disease'
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Views: 114686

Re: Engineering 'disease'

In my opinion, the concept of 'living foods' is strange, as nobody knows exactly what life is (think of vitalism, vis medicatrix naturae, etc). Raw foods can be thought of as living foods, but the fact is that humanity has been thriving with cooked foods for centuries. Regarding the debate raw food-cooked food, I'm more on your side, but is dangerous to give advice on these matters to people in general. First, people have habits, and won't change them easily. Second, civilized people are so full of toxins that a raw food diet (juices, fruits or nothing at all, i.e. fasting) will certainly cause them many troubles. Many uncomfortable symptoms will arise that will be seen as diseases, instead of the cleaning process. In some cases, the detoxification process could produce even death. There are diets adapted to a more progressive detoxification, like Arnold Ehret's mucusless diet. Even if the body is completely clean, a raw food diet against a cooked food diet is not a guarantee of livin...
by HonestlyNow
May 17th, 2017, 1:50 am
 
Forum: General World Affairs
Topic: Engineering 'disease'
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Views: 114686

Re: Engineering 'disease'

patrix » May 16th, 2017, 7:45 am wrote:I'm not recommending a diet with mostly animal products but a low carb high fat diet which means protein stays the same, no processed vegetable oils, less grain, lots of vegetables but low starch types. Little fruit because sugar. And lots of butter, cream, lard, fat fish etc and maybe coconut oil for those who like that.

I wonder how you can continue to recommend any particular diet when you have admitted that you haven't looked into what wondrous blessings that a diet high in fresh, RAW fruits can do for a person. What have you learned about the lymphatic system since I last brought that to your attention?
by HonestlyNow
May 17th, 2017, 12:36 am
 
Forum: General World Affairs
Topic: Engineering 'disease'
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Re: Devolving Darwin (Evolution and other flawed origin stor

patrix wrote:It's interesting to note how a controversial subject diet really is. I don't want to step on any toes, and I am speculating. I think that is pretty necessary to try and get to the bottom of these kind of subjects. And yes, I happen to suspect veganism is a psyop, and seeing these kind of in my opinion emotional out-lashes strengthens that suspicion.

See reply in this Chatbox post.
by HonestlyNow
May 10th, 2017, 3:21 am
 
Forum: General World Affairs
Topic: Devolving Darwin (Evolution and other flawed origin stories)
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Re: Devolving Darwin (Evolution and other flawed origin stor

Much of our science today is psyence - pseudoscience with the objective to control our behavior. I know from personal experience how harmful a diet low in animal fat can be. When I passed 40 I started to get numerous health problems. Depression, brain fog and chronic fatigue being the most serious. Removing vegetable oils and replacing most of the sugar and starch in my diet with butter and cream has completely turned this around. And there is a rising awareness that a diet low in animal fat promotes diabetes, cancer and dementia to mention a few problems. Connecting our past with the so called humanoid apes can have the objective to make us believe that a vegetarian diet is suitable for humans. Grain based diets is a common denominator in highly hierarchical human societies (Egypt, Inca, Rome) and this may also be a reason this is promoted. I suspect many official diet recommendations, general health advice and medicine has the underlying objective to gradually impair our health and ...
by HonestlyNow
May 9th, 2017, 1:06 pm
 
Forum: General World Affairs
Topic: Devolving Darwin (Evolution and other flawed origin stories)
Replies: 86
Views: 19278
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