posted on Aug, 31 2012 @ 01:49 PM
reply to post by luciddream
I don't think anyone is totally aware what is going on with the changes in the food chemistry that we are creating. They are breaking diet into
pieces and comparing the similarities of the pieces. They consider known toxins as dangerous, toxins that the majority are not allergic to are
considered safe. Everyone has foods they have not yet developed to eat. We usually don't like those foods because they cause problems in our bodies
and thinking. We learn that from eating them, and sense something isn't right. Everyone has some food allergies, not one person in this world is
exempt. Some have more than others. My allergies are different than yours, so on so forth.
Now you have highly educated people saying broccoli is good for you. There is way more bad than good in broccoli for most people. Want kidney stones
or agglutinated blood or plain old problems absorbing and using iodine? Want thyroid disease or strokes or bloodclots? If eaten occasionally and
boiled to well done these problems disappear. Other times it is beneficial to utilize some of these properties. If you crave broccoli, than eat it.
Don't eat it just because someone says it's good for you. Taste it and see if you like it, without ever trying it you will not know to eat it when
you crave it. If you sit there staring at the broccoli in the store, it probably means you may need something it has. This is one example of how
educating people about eating has gone astray. Not enough is known by people of both sides of foods, they usually choose looking at the good it
possesses and ignore the bad. or vise versa. The exact state of your body at the time of eating something determines the outcome.
A researcher would rarely see the whole picture of what is going on. They are trained to look with blinders on to see what they are told to research.
Looking at the whole picture would jeopardise your job, you are paid to study what the company wants. I know this is the case, I did not want my
workers working on what I was getting money to do. If anyone was to be doing that it would be myself or I would want to be informed of the
sidetracking. The problem lies in the fact that nobody is assembling the knowledge of all the sciences and cross checking things. Research is being
duplicated all over. Not many are comparing this research and bringing up other questions before it is released. Everyone wants recognition of their
work and funded is needed so many times things get esxcluded from testing because of expensive costs. This causes errors in perception which is then
repeated. Like I said, most times the release of flawed information is not intentional. Medical science often does know these things but remains
mute because it is good for profits.
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