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Officials Declare ‘Eating Healthy’ A Mental Disorder

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posted on Feb, 26 2015 @ 06:03 PM
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originally posted by: daskakik

originally posted by: anonentity
No but I know what is unhealthy and probably causing 75% of misery in the western world.

Meh.


The problem is that everyone in the know knows, but consider the implications if, everyone was healthy. The crash of 29, would be kindergarten compared to what would happen.

Doubt that.


That's the problem, why wouldn't you doubt it.




posted on Feb, 26 2015 @ 08:06 PM
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originally posted by: VigiliaProcuratio
We maybe shouldn't consume at all milk once puberty has commenced; doing so is known as lactose persistence. It's shocking just how much cow milk we consume, I swear that one of these days we will only know one word. Moo.
 


The facts are staring us in the face, but because we've been told that "milk is good for you" Its now 50% of many peoples diet. When a trial of hormone in urine was conducted, with regards to just two eight oz. glasses of milk a day. The prepubescent kids were showing some serious hormone disruption, and it had to be discontinued . The girls started to develop faster due to the oestrogen content, but it actually delayed development in the boys. This was on only two glasses per day. Considering cheese has ten times the goodies, plus ice cream, hamburgers, milk shakes, flavoured milks. You've got to ask what would a society with severe hormone disruption look like. The answer has to be the one we have.
Females with accelerated learning skills at school, feminisation of boys, low sperm counts . Behaviour problems. Early puberty in girls, which elevates the risk of breast and hormone related cancers, later in life. (In boys as well). A society a foot taller than non dairy consuming societies. Inflammatory illnesses with the body trying to cope with foreign proteins etc. I hope this sounds familiar. We haven't even started on the heart obesity and diabetic problems, regarding the animal fats, but of course it cant be Dairy, ?? trouble is theirs nothing else that fits the bill.



posted on Feb, 26 2015 @ 08:22 PM
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originally posted by: anonentity
Inflammatory illnesses with the body trying to cope with foreign proteins

Lactoferrin and casein spring to mind.
 
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posted on Feb, 26 2015 @ 08:35 PM
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originally posted by: VigiliaProcuratio

originally posted by: anonentity
Inflammatory illnesses with the body trying to cope with foreign proteins

Lactoferrin and casein spring to mind.
 


That's right, plus a myriad of viruses , leukaemia springs to mind. It might just be a mild irritant at 5% of the normal diet. But when its hitting 50% were talking big money, a real cash cow, crones disease, bowel cancer. High Blood pressure medication, statins, diabetic medication. (pardon pun). Its simple ,if your sick and having strange problems, stop it for a month or two . What's to loose? www.health101.org... but as far as I am concerned theirs enough evidence to raise an alarm.



posted on Feb, 26 2015 @ 09:06 PM
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originally posted by: anonentity
That's the problem, why wouldn't you doubt it.

That isn't a problem. There is more to the economy than just the medical field.

Besides, there is nothing that is going to make everyone healthy.



posted on Feb, 26 2015 @ 09:06 PM
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There's definitely a problem when the immune system regards something as a pathogen, and then uses what is essentially the same stuff as a defence against it. The result? A tuck fun of inflammation, of course. Innate immunity much? I'm under the impression that this is precisely what happens with Crohn's. It really doesn't help matters when we cannot break down grass. I could swear cows are trying to kill us off.
 
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posted on Feb, 26 2015 @ 09:10 PM
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originally posted by: daskakik

originally posted by: anonentity
That's the problem, why wouldn't you doubt it.

That isn't a problem. There is more to the economy than just the medical field.

Besides, there is nothing that is going to make everyone healthy.


With regards to that, if you stop eating the s^%$# that's giving you an illness, your cured. If you take meds that hide symptoms, your like a sheep , which can be sheared many times but killed only once.



posted on Feb, 26 2015 @ 09:12 PM
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originally posted by: anonentity
if you stop eating the s^%$# that's giving you an illness, your cured.

Can't say that for Crohn's if the immune system has permanently tagged casein as a pathogen.



posted on Feb, 26 2015 @ 09:18 PM
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originally posted by: VigiliaProcuratio

originally posted by: anonentity
if you stop eating the s^%$# that's giving you an illness, your cured.

Can't say that for Crohn's if the immune system has permanently tagged casein as a pathogen.


True but if the casein is removed what's it got to tag.

The moment someone points the finger at Dairy, they bring out their studies that try to contradict it . They have the budgeted resources to prove anything they want.
I still stand by the statement that if all the illness caused by dairy were obliterated. It would cause a widespread economic slump . As pharmaceuticals equal the defence budget. It just stands to reason if you drink fatty liquid meat, with a growth hormone telling cells to divide, and the fat fuelling the division, why wouldn't you have a health crisis.
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posted on Feb, 26 2015 @ 09:23 PM
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originally posted by: anonentity

True but if the casein is removed what's it got to tag.

Remove casein from the body and it has no immune system.
Well, a bone marrow transplant would be an option I guess.
 
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posted on Feb, 26 2015 @ 09:32 PM
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originally posted by: VigiliaProcuratio

originally posted by: anonentity

True but if the casein is removed what's it got to tag.

Remove casein from the body and it has no immune system.
Well, a bone marrow transplant would be an option I guess.
 


The body is pretty well designed for certain parameters, and has its own homeostasis given half a chance. www.nomilk.com...
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posted on Feb, 26 2015 @ 09:42 PM
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originally posted by: anonentity
With regards to that, if you stop eating the s^%$# that's giving you an illness, your cured. If you take meds that hide symptoms, your like a sheep , which can be sheared many times but killed only once.

Not all illnesses are related to food so the fact remains that there will be people in need of medical attention.

Fearmongering about economic depression isn't going to change that.



posted on Feb, 26 2015 @ 09:45 PM
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originally posted by: anonentity
The body is pretty well designed for certain parameters, and has its own homeostasis given half a chance.

I'm not so sure about that. Crohn's sufferers are heavily immuno-suppressed as if they have AIDS. Bring the immune system back to normal and they might as well have a full-blown cytokine storm.
 
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posted on Feb, 26 2015 @ 10:28 PM
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originally posted by: daskakik

originally posted by: anonentity
With regards to that, if you stop eating the s^%$# that's giving you an illness, your cured. If you take meds that hide symptoms, your like a sheep , which can be sheared many times but killed only once.

Not all illnesses are related to food so the fact remains that there will be people in need of medical attention.

Fearmongering about economic depression isn't going to change that.


True, but you are what you eat. Just one deficiency of the 48 essential elements, and you will have a problem. How many people have a clue, if their normal diet contains the correct amounts . High amounts or depleted amounts,also figure. But if you are sick, its wise always to go for the simplest cause first. When a society has a lot of high blood pressure patients, the simplest cause would be dietary. Its linked to high triglycerides. That would point to high amounts of beef and dairy. Because that's the only place they come from. If they are left uncontrolled in the diet, overworked Hearts then figure. Then comes strokes. But if you have a medical system just treating symptoms , then management become the priority, which is profit driven ,the cure, will remain secondary. That's what we've got at the moment.



posted on Feb, 26 2015 @ 10:54 PM
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originally posted by: anonentity
When a society has a lot of high blood pressure patients, the simplest cause would be dietary. Its linked to high triglycerides. That would point to high amounts of beef and dairy. Because that's the only place they come from. If they are left uncontrolled in the diet, overworked Hearts then figure. Then comes strokes. But if you have a medical system just treating symptoms , then management become the priority, which is profit driven ,the cure, will remain secondary. That's what we've got at the moment.

You are missing the point. Getting rid of high blood pressure patients will not collapse the medical/pharma field.

You seem to be confusing triglycerides with cholesterol:

People often confuse triglycerides with cholesterol, possibly because both are commonly elevated to unhealthy levels by life-long consumption of the American diet.


This was interesting:

One special note for those of you who are trying to lower your triglycerides; fruit raises triglycerides in sensitive people and needs to be severely limited – at least for several weeks – in people trying to lower triglycerides.7 Fruit (natural, dried, and as juice) is made of simple sugars and the primary sugar is fructose.


Taming Elevated Triglycerides, Insulin Resistance, and Syndrome X



posted on Feb, 27 2015 @ 12:16 AM
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originally posted by: daskakik

originally posted by: anonentity
When a society has a lot of high blood pressure patients, the simplest cause would be dietary. Its linked to high triglycerides. That would point to high amounts of beef and dairy. Because that's the only place they come from. If they are left uncontrolled in the diet, overworked Hearts then figure. Then comes strokes. But if you have a medical system just treating symptoms , then management become the priority, which is profit driven ,the cure, will remain secondary. That's what we've got at the moment.

You are missing the point. Getting rid of high blood pressure patients will not collapse the medical/pharma field.

You seem to be confusing triglycerides with cholesterol:

People often confuse triglycerides with cholesterol, possibly because both are commonly elevated to unhealthy levels by life-long consumption of the American diet.


This was interesting:

One special note for those of you who are trying to lower your triglycerides; fruit raises triglycerides in sensitive people and needs to be severely limited – at least for several weeks – in people trying to lower triglycerides.7 Fruit (natural, dried, and as juice) is made of simple sugars and the primary sugar is fructose.


Taming Elevated Triglycerides, Insulin Resistance, and Syndrome X


If 75% of disease in the Western world, is caused by an abnormal toxic diet, that nature did not design for humans, in the amounts that it is now consumed, and if this was removed from the diet. Then 75% of the medical profession would become redundant.75% of all medications would no longer be prescribed . The share value of major Pharmaceuticals would plummet, dragging the rest of the share market with it. It would have too.

We are run by people who will do anything they can, to maintain their advantage . That's why they got to the top of the heap in the first place . So in a free country, no one is telling people to eat crap . They have the full knowledge of the internet to find out what is good and what is bad to eat. The good science has been done
But most people will eat crap, and vast amounts of it , until they know without a shadow of any doubt, that its going to kill their kids. So as soon as a definitive study gets done that that says this the case, the PR. machine gets going to muddy the waters . Because no one wants to know that they are killing and maiming their kids . Even if the facts clearly point to that fact. People are getting instinctively uneasy, with the diet as it is, but accepting the fact that, a commonly accepted food is actually killing a lot of people, is to hard for many to accept.



posted on Feb, 27 2015 @ 12:27 AM
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originally posted by: anonentity
If 75% of disease in the Western world, is caused by an abnormal toxic diet, that nature did not design for humans, in the amounts that it is now consumed, and if this was removed from the diet. Then 75% of the medical profession would become redundant.75% of all medications would no longer be prescribed . The share value of major Pharmaceuticals would plummet, dragging the rest of the share market with it. It would have too.

You start out with "If" and end up with a baseless assumption.

Careful or you might get tagged with the subject of this thread.


But most people will eat crap, and vast amounts of it , until they know without a shadow of any doubt, that its going to kill their kids.

No, they will continue to eat it, even if they know without a shadow of any doubt.



posted on Feb, 27 2015 @ 08:29 AM
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brownie smothered in ice cream and warmed to the absolute perfect melding temp (c'mon you know what I mean) or a healthy peeled(or not) carrot, washed with that expensive, healthy produce wash mist...

Either way, I cannot win!



posted on Feb, 27 2015 @ 03:04 PM
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originally posted by: Ultralight
brownie smothered in ice cream and warmed to the absolute perfect melding temp (c'mon you know what I mean) or a healthy peeled(or not) carrot, washed with that expensive, healthy produce wash mist...

Either way, I cannot win!


Your probably right , but anything that messes with hormones on a basic levels is asking for trouble. The earlier the messing, the earlier the trouble. Its all individual choice. But don't for a minute think that food consumption, isn't psychologically manipulated to exploit peoples inherent weakness . Purely for profit, that's human nature. At least if your personally aware you have an informed choice.



posted on Mar, 3 2015 @ 09:53 AM
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I wanted to mention this before I forget, and it's about how a fundamental aspect of anxiety supposedly fits into what's being called "orthorexia nervosa." The concept of most of the "illness" that involves anxiety focuses on the anxiety being unwarranted or irrational. In these cases a person's fear has no real cause for it other than something like a faulty belief, like in the case of "anorexia nervosa." An example of a faulty belief would be someone who looks in the mirror and sees a sag in skin or untoned muscle and thinks it's the result of eating too much. However, in the case of not wanting to eat food that is viable but not certified organic, processed, or non-GMO, you would be very hard pressed to "prove" that the person who does not want to eat this food has "unrealistic" anxiety under all but the most dire of circumstances. It might be "unrealistic" for a person to act like this when faced with starvation because no other food is available, but this is not quite what's being discussed on the National Eating Disorder Association (NEDA) website. More importantly, it is REALISTIC anxiety when someone is unsure of the quality and safety of the food that's being offered for consumers to feed on and is reluctant to purchase it. It's only big agri-corporations and their affiliates who want you to pay close attention to labels that say things like "no significant difference has been shown in milk from rBST treated cows and non-rBST treated cows," or something like"the FDA has not determined there is a significant risk when consuming milk from cows treated with rBGH." If validity is given to a diagnosis like orthorexia nervosa, given a person feels anxiety over being asked to consume a dairy product that could contain growth hormones or antibiotics and refuses to consume it, it can be construed as a symptom of orthorexia nervosa. The anxiety someone may have in this case cannot be proven to be unwarranted or irrational. Apart from any systematic research over the issue to shed light on what anyone should or should not be concerned about regarding the use of growth hormones and antibiotics found in dairy or other animal products, there should be no interference on the part of a psychiatric association to muddle someone's food choices on the grounds of something like "quality." When it comes to something like binge eating ("Binge Eating Disorder") or not consuming enough calories in general (anorexia), that's another matter, and those diagnoses already exist in the DSM.

[Still no word from the American Psychological Association about whether or not using a label like "orthorexia nervosa" on a website designed to give information to the public is a legal violation of some kind.]


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