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Did you know that the majority of the population is deficient in Potassium? Nobody I know eats 7-10 cups of veggies to get their 4700mg of Potassium a day.
The Frantz children always felt fortunate that their father brought his work home, his beliefs about the dangers of saturated fat shaping what the family ate. “Other kids would have ice cream; we had ice milk,” recalled Ivan Frantz. Bob said they were “reared on margarine,” foreswearing butter’s saturated fat.
It’s possible, Bob Frantz said, that his father’s team was discouraged by the failure to find a heart benefit from replacing saturated fats with vegetable oils. “My feeling is, when the overall objective of decreasing deaths by decreasing cholesterol wasn’t met, everything else became less compelling,” he said. “I suspect there was a lot of consternation about why” they couldn’t find a benefit.
originally posted by: bigfatfurrytexan
a reply to: purplemer
For one body type.
I eat a ketogenic diet, almost all animal based, and have reversed my heart problems too.
Humans arent stamped out of a press. We are all unique and sophisticated. There is no one size fits all
originally posted by: Chadwickus
a reply to: bigfatfurrytexan
Trump would be proud of you.
IN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH, it’s been understood for some time that many of our most important foods have been getting less nutritious. Measurements of fruits and vegetables show that their minerals, vitamin and protein content has measurably dropped over the past 50 to 70 years. Researchers have generally assumed the reason is fairly straightforward: We’ve been breeding and choosing crops for higher yields, rather than nutrition, and higher-yielding crops—whether broccoli, tomatoes, or wheat—tend to be less nutrient-packed.
In 2004, a landmark study of fruits and vegetables found that everything from protein to calcium, iron and vitamin C had declined significantly across most garden crops since 1950. The researchers concluded this could mostly be explained by the varieties we were choosing to grow.
Loladze and a handful of other scientists have come to suspect that’s not the whole story and that the atmosphere itself may be changing the food we eat. Plants need carbon dioxide to live like humans need oxygen. And in the increasingly polarized debate about climate science, one thing that isn’t up for debate is that the level of CO2 in the atmosphere is rising. Before the industrial revolution, the earth’s atmosphere had about 280 parts per million of carbon dioxide. Last year, the planet crossed over the 400 parts per million threshold; scientists predict we will likely reach 550 parts per million within the next half-century—essentially twice the amount that was in the air when Americans started farming with tractors.
originally posted by: bearclan
a reply to: Sapphire
So what is Trump's answer? Junkfood for everyone. LMAO.. That sure helped his overweight orange ass..LOL
I eat a ketogenic diet, almost all animal based, and have reversed my heart problems too. Humans arent stamped out of a press. We are all unique and sophisticated. There is no one size fits all