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Hmmm, my most recent post
was moved to Derailing Room, but OK, I'll accept that decision gracefully.
post here is a useful contribution, correcting the video & sharing my high-sat-fats experiment:
1st, important note, about the "vegetable oils" phrase which Patrix and that nice lady repeatedly used:
Everybody (including that nice lady) using the phrase "vegetable oils" is using INCORRECT terminology.
Even she admits that the phrase was created by the people who wanted to sell some unnatural swill.
As the honest lady said @1:44 "vegetable oils" is NOT correct, she is (rightly) against "seed/bean oils".
But "seed/bean oils" is still incorrect, for it gives the wrong "oils in seeds/beans are bad" impression.
What she fails to make clear is that one should (rightly) label the enemy: HYDROGENATION PROCESS.
@5:18 she defines HYDROGENATION: "[extreme] Pressure, heat, hexane(solvent) + a metal catalyst"
"Resulting rancid mixture must be steamed to eliminate bad odors [from the above Hydrogenation],
bleached to remove the gray color, 'winterized' [toxic petrochemicals added] for stability, and then
artificial colors and synthetic vitamins [more petrochemicals]" so ALL THAT PROCESS is the problem.
To call that process
"vegetable oils", "seed oils", "bean oils" is a psyop against vegetable, seeds, beans
So that's her 1st mistake: accidentally giving the impression that oils from vegetables
Unhealthy is: extreme pressure + extreme heat + hexane(!) + metal(!) + bleach(!) + petrochemicals(!)
This honest gal uses the incorrect "vegetable oils" phrase and thus honest folks like Patrix copied that.
Corn HYDROGENATED is bad... Cottonseeds HYDROGENATED is bad... Soybeans HYDROGENATED is bad,
Safflower HYDROGENATED is bad... Peanuts HYDROGENATED is bad... Canola HYDROGENATED is bad...
Duck-Fat HYDROGENATED would be bad, Olives HYDROGENATED would bad, All HYDROGENATED is bad!
The 2nd mistake: "since hydrogenation is bad, and the result has low-sat-fat, then low-sat-fat is bad."
The 3rd mistake: "since low-sat-fat (via D.B.A. with hydrogenation) is bad, then high-sat-fat is good!"
Her intentions were good but her summary contains no "scientific" proof high-sat-fat is good or vital.
In reality, badness is: extreme pressure + extreme heat + hexane + metal + bleach + petrochemicals.
This is the tactic being used by the "meat is healthy" psyop: Carbs are bad (yes) so... meat is healthy!
I'm sorry but where is the supposed "scientific proof" "high-sat-fat" "from animals" is healthy and vital?
And since most folks dislike raw meat, where is the "scientific proof" non-raw cooked meat is healthy?
And as I wondered here
, where is the "scientific proof" that one can pull fat from flesh without heat?
Really: "How does one separate good-animal-fat from bad-protein without processing=pressing=heat?"
OK, now about my experiment:
I just realized I should share this: I DID do the keto high-sat-fat (100% coconut MCT way) for 3 weeks.
I bought 20 expensive "85g=950yen" bottles (1700g=$170) of Medium-Chain-Triglycerides high-sat-fat.
https://shop.nisshin.oilliogroup.com/us ... lp-mct-oil
During those 3 weeks, I went from 67kg to 57kg, and I was lecturing people about how Keto is natural.
"We are supposed to specialize in high fat, but instead we have been specializing in high carbs=sugar."
"By specializing in high carbs=sugar, our body STOPS burning fat and starts STORING fat on our bodies."
"Thus by returning to low or no carbs=sugar, plus high-sat-fats, we return to the body's natural state."
"In the natural state, the body burns all incoming fat and burns all previously stored fat, as it should."
"From a fat unhealthy carb=sugar burning body, we return to a normal slim healthy fat-burning body."
Yes, it made sense, I thought I was gonna' keep pouring MCT on my green-beans and broccoli forever.
But then, I got the Keto-rash. It seems for the body to break down high-sat-fat: it produces ACETONE!
The debate rages about whether the keto rash is due to detox, or "just" producing too much ACETONE.
Yep, turns high-sat-fat causes the body to need to produce high amounts of acetone to break it down.
What? Years ago I learned our bodies produces endogenous DMT(nice). But ACETONE? That's a surprise.
The "detox" explanation is: over years of fat storage (due to not burning fat, due to high carbs=sugar),
the body stores junk it can't get rid of in the fat storage cells, so, when one changes to the keto way,
suddenly the body starts burning all that fat as it should, and thus decades of toxicity leaves the skin.
And while leaving the skin, the skin has trouble with the sudden amount of cleaning it is forced to do,
and that's why many folks (like me) who went 100% keto got keto-rash. That's the "detox" explanation.
So yeah I went extreme with keto and saw extreme results. No carbs, high-sat-fat, 3 weeks, 10kg lost.
For 3 weeks I stopped eating the pasta&cheese&fruit I love, and ate greens with 100% coconut MCT.
But the rash (itching all over my body, itching itching itching) whether detox or acetone: I didn't like it.
The funny thing is, before finding that site, I didn't know why I was itchy. I thought my room had bugs!
I was using natural & unnatural cleaning techniques all over my room trying to kill tiny unseen bugs.
Finally, I found the cause, the keto rash, so I got OUT of the state of ketosis by eating a LOT of carbs.
So I actually scientifically experimented with high-fat-sats: I lost 10kg & reduced
my belly and breasts.
But I'm scared to use those magic green bottles of high-fat-sats again, because I'm scared of the rash.
Perhaps if I were to try it again, without entering such an extreme state of ketosis, I can avoid the rash.
But my concern is: maybe, in addition to detox & acetone, this MCT coconut oil is definitely processed.
Meaning, as we learned today about hydrogenation, this MCT coconut oil is probably heated & pressed.
And wow, perhaps this company even uses hexane and all those other petrochemicals
Which means, if (big if) if I want to do high-fat-sats again, I should really open and eat raw coconuts.