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Foods sold in US destroy healthy individuals

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Postby lavezzi » Thu Dec 22, 2011 2:36 am

Ireland is the only Country in Europe with fluoridated water and we've also had our natural resources robbed in a far, far more despicable way than any other Country in the world, without ANY backlash or even questioning from the public WHATSOEVER. Can anyone spot a possible conspiracy here?

C.J. wrote:Flouride is a chemical used to kill brain cells, making people choose to be more docile being one of the symptoms of fluoride poisoning.


[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XjKBCeGHAlU&feature=related[/youtube]
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Postby lavezzi » Thu Dec 22, 2011 2:51 am

odbo wrote:meat that comes from diseased and tortured animals who were pumped full of synthetic hormones and were fed GMO corn to save money instead of what they were meant to eat (i.e. grass for cows)... and so on.


Do you think there's any relation between this and how freakishly huge Americans appear to be getting? In New York, on multiple occasions I saw 6ft 5 women and 7ft men strolling around like it was nothing out of the ordinary.
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Postby odbo » Thu Dec 22, 2011 3:51 am

lavezzi wrote:
odbo wrote:meat that comes from diseased and tortured animals who were pumped full of synthetic hormones and were fed GMO corn to save money instead of what they were meant to eat (i.e. grass for cows)... and so on.


Do you think there's any relation between this and how freakishly huge Americans appear to be getting? In New York, on multiple occasions I saw 6ft 5 women and 7ft men strolling around like it was nothing out of the ordinary.


There's always going to be some relation. But it seems to me on average Americans are getting shorter but much fatter. Most of my college professors and the well to do engineers, lawyers, etc in their 40s/50s/60s are Germanic, so 6 feet tall, thin and blonde. Well immigration from that part of the world dried up decades ago. And it's been replaced by South Americans and Asians. But even the local "white" Americans are looking different. Maybe it's because the northern Europeans mixed with the Latinos, Greeks, Slavs, etc.. who usually aren't 6 feet tall. On top of that you have the obesity epidemic. Studies show that if kids are fat, it f***s up their growth spurt, so they don't end up as tall in the end.. although exceptions do occur. The diet has also changed, not as much meat. People over 6'5" usually have a disorder. In the NBA the ~6'5" forwards are supreme athletes while the 7' centers are freaks of nature who move around like sloths. I read that Shaq couldn't jump 2 inches before high school :lol:
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Postby djfourmoney » Fri Dec 23, 2011 10:30 am

C.J. wrote:
djfourmoney wrote:Sorry but Fluoridated is a myth. Take a glass of drinking water and have it tested and you won't find any, at least not in LA's water supply. I can't say that for other places.

Flouride is a chemical used to kill brain cells, making people choose to be more docile being one of the symptoms of fluoride poisoning. One clear piece of evidence that this is in the water you drink is yellow or discolored teeth, which are difficult to whiten completely by natural means. One's teeth are naturally pearly white.

djfourmoney wrote:Sorry but I don't have "Fog" of the brain and I don't off the deep end like so many poster here seem to.

If you're worried about what you're putting in your mouth and want to go with the Raw Foods Movement then by all means DO IT and stop complaining here. There plenty of outlets to warn you of such thing, the MSM won't do it because that means not getting money from Coke, Pepsi, General Mills or ConAgra for bad mouthing food. In the movie The Corporation, A local Fox News station was forced to drop its investigation of milk cows being loaded up with all sorts of unproven additives.

This is nothing new, thanks for pushing the Yellow Alert Status light.


djfourmoney, I'd like to know of your diet. If you live in LA, then it must be interesting! That is a very bad place you're in. If you're brain is unaffected by anything, can you do something for me? Can you tell me what the purpose of HD TVs are?

This is not a "The sky is falling!" thread though. It is an informative one, to help people realize what is being thrown in their food and drinks, the process by which many products are created, and encouraging others to share. No one is specifically complaining about anything.

There's nothing wrong with knowing what's going on around you, and if it's being repeated(and you're complaining about it being repeated), then obviously it's something one needs to know. And while many people will tell you stuff like fluoride being bad, few if any sites will tell you things like WHY it's bad, or how it really affects your body(or even the chemicals which counteract the poisons). Or how the satanists are really poisoning the citizens of a nation through negative homeopathy. Info like that's hard to find.


I know what's around me and I choose to eat sort-of like crap because that's my choice. I am not a big veggie either, I don't like too much chicken (couple of times a week is fine) and I'm not a big fish eater either (do fish stick count?). Los Angeles does not suck, it has healthy food movement I would say more so than many other part of the country and is home to a fairly good-sized Raw Food Movement.

The purpose of HDTV is for a crystal clear picture. Watching the NFL in 1080p is fantastic! I can also see way more detail than in SD with all sorts of nature related programing. I can see the pours in people's skin... Its great stuff. You should try it, only cost me $154 for 24"

Did I say Fluoride isn't bad? I said its a John Birch Society related crank-fest nonsense. Its something they were saying before you were born. Satanist are doing what???

I don't watch much regular TV, mostly NEWS, some Animation, some movies, How-To Shows and that's basically it, oh and p0rn. When Mad Men comes back on in March of 2012, is when I will watch serialized TV again, oh and Top Gear but I haven't caught up to the summer shows yet, I'm still on last spring's shows.

Most of this stuff belongs on the Alex Jones power hour. While I agree with Alex on my points, the problem is not pointing out what's wrong but going to the source and fixing the problem and stop blaming straw men.
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Postby Taco » Sun Dec 25, 2011 2:17 am

I found this video today of a doctor that had MS and recovered by just eating vegetables, fruit and organ meat(hunter/gatherer diet), I found it really helpful and encouraging. However, it didn't help make sexy thats for sure.

Dr. Terry Wahls - Minding Your Mitochondria
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KLjgBLwH3Wc
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Postby djfourmoney » Sun Dec 25, 2011 4:26 am

Taco wrote:I found this video today of a doctor that had MS and recovered by just eating vegetables, fruit and organ meat(hunter/gatherer diet), I found it really helpful and encouraging. However, it didn't help make sexy thats for sure.

Dr. Terry Wahls - Minding Your Mitochondria
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KLjgBLwH3Wc


There are too many questions around MS to say this or that is the cure. Hunter/Gather??? You mean everything that's not in your supermarket... Somebody mentioned Croc Meat when they were on vacation in the Deep South. WTF? Okay look, you can eat meat other than beef if you believe or think regular beef is mistreated and the related stress on the animal reduce the quality of the meat, this is proven.

We need to do more human raising of animal instead of this factory farming sort of thing that lead to the Pig Flu and I'm sure will lead to some other Pandemic capable illnesses.
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Postby Taco » Tue Dec 27, 2011 12:49 am

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Postby odbo » Tue Dec 27, 2011 2:21 am

Taco wrote:I thought this was interesting.

NWO Supermarket 1
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f-NPXHSD ... ideo_title

Truther girls? No thank you.

This one is much better
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RA7vUJL_NgE[/youtube]
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Postby Free » Tue Dec 27, 2011 4:53 am

For a long time now I've been trying to find on the net a series of supermarket product photos and their awful ingredient lists. You would think someone would have taken up this task by now. Unless it's out there and I just missed it.
You know an image of Cheerios and its ingredient list, Devil Dogs, Doritos, tv dinners, peanut butter, cheese in an aerosol can, mayonaisse, etc.
It would entail most likely take a photo of every product at the supermarket which they don't allow, or actually buying all the products. Either way quite a task.

By the way while in other countries I would usually buy my own food at the grocery and the negative stuff from the U.S. has already made its way abroad. You can tell it's been modeled from the U.S. because the ingredient list is setup exactly the same and to include some of the unique items that originated in the U.S. such as partially hydrogenated soybean oil. Many of the store products are modeled off the U.S. model. Even down to that metal serrated strip on the side of plastic wrap for food. So many things.
If there were outdoor food markets available with local more fresh foods, that would be first choice over stuff in the grocery store.

Sad indeed seeing the replacement of good eating and the negative U.S. tentacles spread all over the globe.

In my opinion having gone from eating crap to eating somewhat better, the ones that continue to eat low quality foods and think it's fine, they just don't know what they're missing, how they could be better off. Sharper thinking, little to no sickness, more sustained energy throughout the day, etc. The ones that argue don't really want to give up the pleasure hook from eating these addictive foods & drinks. In their eyes, it takes too much work to make the change.
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Postby djfourmoney » Tue Dec 27, 2011 9:59 pm

Free wrote:For a long time now I've been trying to find on the net a series of supermarket product photos and their awful ingredient lists. You would think someone would have taken up this task by now. Unless it's out there and I just missed it.
You know an image of Cheerios and its ingredient list, Devil Dogs, Doritos, tv dinners, peanut butter, cheese in an aerosol can, mayonaisse, etc.
It would entail most likely take a photo of every product at the supermarket which they don't allow, or actually buying all the products. Either way quite a task.

By the way while in other countries I would usually buy my own food at the grocery and the negative stuff from the U.S. has already made its way abroad. You can tell it's been modeled from the U.S. because the ingredient list is setup exactly the same and to include some of the unique items that originated in the U.S. such as partially hydrogenated soybean oil. Many of the store products are modeled off the U.S. model. Even down to that metal serrated strip on the side of plastic wrap for food. So many things.
If there were outdoor food markets available with local more fresh foods, that would be first choice over stuff in the grocery store.

Sad indeed seeing the replacement of good eating and the negative U.S. tentacles spread all over the globe.

In my opinion having gone from eating crap to eating somewhat better, the ones that continue to eat low quality foods and think it's fine, they just don't know what they're missing, how they could be better off. Sharper thinking, little to no sickness, more sustained energy throughout the day, etc. The ones that argue don't really want to give up the pleasure hook from eating these addictive foods & drinks. In their eyes, it takes too much work to make the change.


Oh yee of thinking choice is the problem.

For many and I would argue a majority of the 46 Million on EBT (including myself) if not more can not afford to eat "healthy, missing something" as you put it. For non-believers. I hardly look for videos by middle class White People, especially White Women talking about stuff in food, they have a choice, they can afford to eat healthy.

http://www.kcet.org/shows/socal_connect ... mmentaries

Most African-Americans and Latinos don't have much of a choice.

Don't believe me?

Try it yourself - http://playspent.org/

I eat my veggies most of the time, not all the time. I don't eat much fast food, mostly because I don't have a car, I'm not working at the moment and I'm trying to save money. The lunch meat is made mostly of chicken and turkey meat, including hot dogs. We eat chicken about 3 times a week. We have been increasing the amount of fish via frozen breaded fish or salmon. I may start taking some vitamins soon, I also need to drink more fluids, that's why my donations take about 20 mins longer because of the IV saline bring put back into my body after they strip the plasma from my blood.

I am roughly 15-20lbs overweight. I am looking at different things that will knock off about half of that, tighten my diet a bit more and do some light work.

Is there stuff/junk in most processed foods? Yes, but don't be pompous and believe its a choice people are making. Many factors force people into eating things and not just about logical food choices. It goes back to parents and schools not taking nutrition serious, as recently seen the Congress calling Pizza healthy...

I do have some Chicken In A Basket chips in the pantry ;)
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Postby aaliasmith » Mon Mar 10, 2014 10:35 am

I have just read a health news that excess of Animal Protein and Cheese are as Bad as Smoking. According to the research, it is found that relying on non veg increases the rate of ageing of body cells.

Visit: http://ifreepress.com/health/
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Postby Moretorque » Mon Mar 10, 2014 4:59 pm

aaliasmith wrote:I have just read a health news that excess of Animal Protein and Cheese are as Bad as Smoking. According to the research, it is found that relying on non veg increases the rate of ageing of body cells.

Visit: http://ifreepress.com/health/


There is just one problem with this article, do you know what that is? it was done in London. Anything having to do with England or the Citi must be thoroughly researched because these two entities are by far a couple of the biggest liars to ever grace the face of this earth.

England is attempting to build a one world socialist state exclusively based on lies!
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