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RE: Plant-Based Diets?
< Again more crap.

"You didn't do veganism right. You need to take supplements."

"The science is behind us."

No - the science is not behind you - there are a ton of shitty studies financed by big pharma that allege that cholesterol is bad for you.

Vegans/vegeterians even are at greater risk of heart attack because the diet is shit.

If it was the the most natural and most healthy diet, then people wouldn't drop out like flies!!!! It should be natural.

And furthermore - children should not die on it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Children can survive without mother's breast milk on animal-product based formula. Even the soy-formula has plenty of animal-products in it.

The lower BMI of vegans/vegeterians works because it's compared to the PLANT-BASED STANDARD-AMERICAN DIET. Yes - the Standard American/Western junk diet is 75-85% plant-based for fuck's sake!!!!! And the worst offender is seed oils which are toxic to the x-degree. When you drop them, then your health improves because they are that toxic. Vegeterians who don't drop those oils are fat and I met a few of them.

You don't have the scientific argument, you don't have the anecdotal argument, you don't have the real-life doing it for health argument, you don't even have the ethical argument since veganism and their big aggro mono-cultures kill more smaller animals and insects than carnivores killing cows and pigs. It's not even better for mother earth since ruminant animal efficiency can be improved by 300-1000% according to new methods. And it is all natural and grass-fed. Meanwhile according to estimates the agricultural mono-cultures have 60 harvests left before the land is barren - spraying the land with artificial fertilizers only goes so far.

You have no argument - no ethics, no science, no health - just bullshit and globohomo propaganda - congrats you are on the same side with the insane tri-genders and open-border pushers.
11-20-2019 04:24 AM
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Why is it so hard for people to understand that veganism is completely unnatural? There are no historical vegan cultures. None. If society collapsed and you were forced to live off the land, do you think you could maintain a vegan diet? Absolutely not. None of your ancestors were vegan. They all ate animal products, every last one of them.

The vegan diet is being pushed for political and social reasons (namely to make people dumb, sick and infertile). It is absolutely unhealthy and unsustainable physiologically over the long-term. Anyone following it voluntarily is the victim of propaganda and brainwashing and is actively harming themselves.

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Two points are being missed:

1). All human beings are different.

2). There are no "eating rules" except don't eat poison.

People are not cookie-cutter products. We're variations. What works for me might not work for you. THEREFORE we should each eat what makes our bodies work best and not listen to any of the self-appointed rule makers.

I am not vegan and not vegetarian. However, I find I'm best suited to a diet of mostly vegetables: Broccoli, carrots, yellow peppers, cucumbers, etc. I make big medleys of fresh vegetables and eat them throughout the week.

For you, this be awful. Maybe you need meat and potatoes. I will eat meat on occasion, but if I eat it on a regular basis, I gain weight and my digestive system gets weird. I'm also big on oatmeal, which a lot of people hate.

There is some evidence that the diets that suit us best are the ones that originated naturally in the part of the globe we're from. I'm Italian, so maybe that means some variation on the Mediterranean diet fits by digestive system.

All that said, I don't think any answers will be found among the food extremists that the U.S. seems so good at producing. On the one hand, you have the emaciated vegans. On the other, you have the porky, bloated Wendy's Restaurant crowd that can't fit in the booth. I choose neither.

Moderation is generally best in most areas of life. Despite my dietary proclivities, I'll go to a steak house if I'm in the mood. Rules are for fools.
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(11-20-2019 10:15 AM)Days of Broken Arrows Wrote:  Two points are being missed:

1). All human beings are different.

2). There are no "eating rules" except don't eat poison.

This is a simplification to the x-degree. It does not matter that you like your daily bellpeppers or that you may be even above 50% plant-based. Once you restrict that further in a vegan or vegeterian diet, then you would find out the difference.

The traditional diets developed out of more or less balanced experimentation. But those diets change according to availability and awareness to some degree.

Personally I am coming ever closer to the hypthesis that there is indeed something more akin to a human ideal diet with large variations. We evolved from plant-eaters and were almost exclusively carnivore for the last 2 mio years. We can subsist on other foods even while our digestion and PH-level points out that we can even digest slightly older meat (ph-level of 1-2 vs 2-3 among pure carnivores like cats).

So long as you stick to a more or less traditional diet and cut out the biggest toxins (seed oils, processed crap, aspartame), then you will do fine.

The issue here is that the current standard diet is already 75%-plant-based and toxic.

Many of us who feel passionate about it witnessed the destructive nature of vegan and vegeterian diets on people in our vicinity - some bought into those lies too. Don't discard all of that knowledge as "extremism".

Even traditional diets can be improved upon but good luck on having a traditional diet when every cooking is now highly processed and cooking in tallow or lard was replaced by toxic seed oils. So going "natural and ancestral" will be tough to do.

And since you cannot rely on the current mainstream academia or government, not even on mainstream medicine, then you are out there trying to decipher it all among all the knowledge out there - that which sounds as the most likely.

The scam of veganism however - those are people and useful idiots like Matt Monarch who made a ton of cash as raw vegan gurus and then a few years later almost die:

[Image: ac7c621d9dec2732f3bcec64e58411a6.jpg]
So vibrant and cool.

Almost dead and eating meat again:




And another point - you may not care about "those extremists", but they care about you. There is a strong vegan globohomo movement that wants to ban all meat or make it extremely expensive. And this happens while the NPC normies guffaw at all those carnivore MDs who warn them about it. The loud vegan activists with real political power are even mentioning it casually. This complacency among the NPC-crowd is what makes the job easy for them.
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RE: Plant-Based Diets?
^ So how do we stop them raising the price of meat? Exposing this fraud and all the people returning from dietary near-death-experiences are ample proof that there is a sinister agenda afoot here, but I have noticed the price of meat steadily rising which makes me think that somehow that shit show gathered enough steam to start making it difficult for the meat market.

You can't cheat nature.
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< It will keep rising, but the more resistance there is in the form of doctors and nutritionists speaking out the better.

But most importantly - the less people believe in the vegan agenda or that vegetables are the most healthy thing ever (something which has been ingrained in all boomer-brains relentlessly) - then the better. When no one buys the vegan crap products, when parents raise a fuss over vegan friday at school (which will be extended to wednesday, monday, tuesday etc). Ultimately consumers can stop a good portion of the madness.

I realized that clearly when looking at the food in supermarkets compared between France and Britain. The French have begun to look infinitely more healthy, the organic sections of their supermarkets are full, even the most toxic ingredients of processed foods don't get bought and the companies had to give the French far better food. Meanwhile the British get the most toxic crap out there - most often without even a healthy option left. For example - certain soft drinks in Britain are no longer produced with sugar, but only aspartame and sucralose. They attempted that too in other countries, but had to stop even offering those products because people were not buying it.

Broad awareness can stop the strongest excesses of this madness or keep it at least at bay for a while. The globalists are doing their best to stop it without becoming too obvious in various articles and demonetization on Youtube of EVERY SINGLE MEAT-AND-ANIMAL-PRODUCTS PROMOTING CHANNEL! It's a battle of good vs evil with the difference that this fight can be actually won if enough people are convinced of the reality of the evil agenda.
11-21-2019 04:19 AM
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(11-21-2019 04:19 AM)Simeon_Strangelight Wrote:  vegetables are the most healthy thing ever

Vegetables are, indeed, the most healthy thing ever. Grains are not vegetables. Grains are the seeds of grasses. You continue to confuse these two foods and to lump them together.

People should eat grains very sparingly, especially processed foods made with grains -- which are utter garbage. On the other hand, vegetables are the absolute staple to any healthy diet.
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(11-21-2019 11:52 AM)Tail Gunner Wrote:  
(11-21-2019 04:19 AM)Simeon_Strangelight Wrote:  vegetables are the most healthy thing ever

Vegetables are, indeed, the most healthy thing ever. Grains are not vegetables. Grains are the seeds of grasses. You continue to confuse these two foods and to lump them together.

People should eat grains very sparingly, especially processed foods made with grains -- which are utter garbage. On the other hand, vegetables are the absolute staple to any healthy diet.

Vegetables or plants can help heal your body, but if they cannot nourish you, then by default they are not the most healthy thing ever.

People forget that products like grass-fed beef, beef liver, Omega 3-rich fish as well as clams - those are the real superfoods. This is what I meant by the perversion of the message.

The so-called superfood is called chlorella whose origins are laden with toxins and whose bio-availability is highly liimited. Foods like kale are even toxic and even cows and sheep don't eat it. The spinach iron content was wrong for decades before someone corrected it. And even despite finding out that the content is 90% less, the bio-availability of it is so limited that you might as well toss it all out. The anti-nutrient and oxalate content in spinach however is so high that you could consider it toxic to humans.

That is what I meant by the boomerism of "vegetables being healthy". And sure - grains aside from rice or potatoes in limited version are better. Most vegetables are rather toxic.
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(11-21-2019 12:23 PM)Simeon_Strangelight Wrote:  Most vegetables are rather toxic.

That statement is literally insane (versus the far more accurate statement that some vegetables can be somewhat toxic if not properly prepared). Sure, some people have problems digesting nightshade vegetables (tomato, eggplant, peppers, etc.), which were unknown in Europe until 1492. I eat them only occasionally myself.

With kale, all you need to do is cook it, which eliminates any issues. Cruciferous vegetables are best eaten cooked. Beans should be cooked. Just as you can eat some meat raw while you should cook most other meats, all you need to do is know how to prepare certain vegetables.
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(11-21-2019 12:38 PM)Tail Gunner Wrote:  
(11-21-2019 12:23 PM)Simeon_Strangelight Wrote:  Most vegetables are rather toxic.

That statement is literally insane (versus the far more accurate statement that some vegetables can be somewhat toxic if not properly prepared). Sure, some people have problems digesting nightshade vegetables (tomato, eggplant, peppers, etc.), which were unknown in Europe until 1492. I eat them only occasionally myself.

With kale, all you need to do is cook it, which eliminates any issues. Just as you can eat some meat raw, and should cook other meats, all you need to do is know how to prepare certain vegetables.

Slight toxicity isn't a big deal. There are no humans allergic to beef however.

Tomatoes need to be cooked for hours in reality and many traditional recipes where they were used for long periods do exactly that - aka Italy.

Others like onions and garlic are more therapeutic plants and were used as natural antibiotics.

https://www.nationalgeographic.com/cultu...ul-onions/

In fact up until those plants were used in wound treatment and saved countless lives. Eating them daily however is not a good idea:





This is something that barely entered the mainstream. Most traditional centuries or millennia-old preperations rather fermented many plants making them more bio-available and also eliminating the anti-nutrients and toxins. Many were used for seasoning and quite a few for healing as natural antibiotic, but this infatuation with daily use and the promotion of them being super-healthy is wrong.

In addition - many dishes were created out of lack of food - tomato-sauce replacing lack of meat in the diet of poor people just as pasta and pizza were cheap foods that the masses had to invent - because they could not afford enough daily meat back in the day.

Even the bio-absorbable nutrient-density of such foods like lentils, legumes in general or many nuts, seeds and vegetables is insane. If you eat for example legumes together with fish or meat, then it blocks many of the nutrients that are available in the animal products. That is why for example ancient bean soup had just a few of those buggers in for taste as society found out over centuries about the shortcomings. Asia eats soy mostly in sauce form as taste and they apply tofu sparingly - also mostly fermented. No one there eats it as much as Western vegetarians for a good reason - unless someone is super-poor.
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Soy is a good source of ptotein.
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Soyboy is a meme for a reason.

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Soy is great. Simon should try it.
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Jake Shields is a life long vegetarian who eats mostly vegan and has never eaten meat in his life. He has stayed competitive in one of the most grueling sports on the planet for over twenty years, defeating some of the best in the UFC middleweight and welterweight divisions (Tyron Woodley, Robbie Lawler, Dan Henderson, Demain Maia etc).

It is quite clear that a diet polarized towards plant based is at the very least not deleterious to health and performance if done well. There are many other high level athletes having success mostly or entirely plant based.
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Numerous studies have been done of the seven Blue Zones on Planet Earth, where the locals live at least a decade longer than everyone else on Earth -- and many people live past age 100. The diets vary widely, but they are all heavily plant-based. At least one Blue Zone, Loma Linda, is vegetarian.

In fact, a Venn diagram establishes that a plant-based diet is a common denominator. Recently, I watched a video stating that intestinal gut health is also a common trait of people living in Blue Zones, which makes sense (as science is now realizing that the human gut is our second brain).

   

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_Zone#Characteristics
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Our ancestors didn't know anything about amino acid profiles or the bio-availability of micronutrients. They also didn't have access to year-round fruit and vegetable harvests enabled by global trade. Nor were they able to supplement their diets with laboratory made vitamins and plant protein powders. They ate the best quality food they had access to, and in almost every case that was animal products. Meat, eggs and raw dairy are simply much more nutrient-dense than plants. This is a fact. Anyone telling you otherwise is full of shit and pushing an agenda.

Veganism is simply one plank of the NWO/globalist religion. It is unnatural and unhealthy. Your ancestors would slap you in the face if you tried to tell them to eat nothing but plants, because that's literally a slave diet. They weren't so easily fooled by slick documentaries and fraudulent science as we are. They believed what they saw with their own eyes and from their own experience: that animal-based foods made them healthier and more robust, and that eating nothing but plants made them weak and sickly over time. The growing popularity of veganism is just another example of people losing touch with reality and being unable to differentiate truth from falsehood. We live in an age of lies, and this is just another example of that sad fact: people are being lied to and told that the most nutritious foods, foods that are crucial for the development and healthy maintenance of the brain, hormonal system and musculature are actually detrimental to them. This lie is being pushed intentionally to HARM YOU. I really hope any vegans reading this will snap out of it. Eat high-quality red meat (especially organ meats), fish, eggs and raw dairy in abundance, along with a smattering of fruits, vegetables, nuts and some easily digested carbohydrates in moderation. You will be much stronger and healthier than if you were eating a vegan diet.

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(11-21-2019 08:10 PM)scorpion Wrote:  Veganism is simply one plank of the NWO/globalist religion. It is unnatural and unhealthy. Your ancestors would slap you in the face if you tried to tell them to eat nothing but plants, because that's literally a slave diet.

I think very few people in this thread, if any, are arguing that a vegan or a vegetarian diet is an optimum diet. I know that I am not. Having said that, veganism or vegetarianism, although not optimum, is vastly superior to the Standard American Diet, which consists heavily of processed foods and processed meats.

You are wrong about ancestral diets. I am 100% Northern European. My father was born in Northern Europe. Every holiday, we ate both traditional American food and traditional ancestral foods from the old country. So, I have first-hand knowledge of the subject.

American holiday foods: giant turkey or giant ham with sides. The ancestral holiday foods were meals made mostly of potato, cabbage, or other root vegetables with very little meat, usually pork or bacon, and also fermented foods (e.g., sauerkraut). People were poor, so they knew how to eat nutritiously for cheap. They ate healthy nutritious peasant food that consisted mostly of vegetables, with fermented and canned vegetables that lasted through the long winters. Potatoes also lasted through most of the winter. Smoked fish and pork was also popular, but very expensive.

When I switched from the SAD (mostly meat and processed foods) to a mostly vegetable diet, my own health improved immensely. I realized that my body was meant to be fed a Northern European diet like my ancestors ate, which I described above, consisting of mostly vegetables.

I agree that a vegan or a vegetarian diet is not the optimum diet, but I also strongly believe that a mostly vegetable (not grain) diet is best for most people.
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(11-21-2019 11:27 PM)Tail Gunner Wrote:  I agree that a vegan or a vegetarian diet is not the optimum diet, but I also strongly believe that a mostly vegetable (not grain) diet is best for most people.

No - it's not - not by a long shot.





In fact the standard American obese person is in fact plant-based since 75-85% of his calories come from plants - lots or processed crap and what is making that person fat is not animal fats and cholesterol, but it's plant oils, grains and sugar.






And if I hear another time from the fucking Blue Zones when the studies there are bloody manipulated or done in post WWII austerity periods, then I am going over and throttling the next bugger who makes those claims.

Go over to Sardinia or Okinawa - they eat lots of animal products - in fact total caloric input is probably much higher than the animal-caloric-input of 15-25% of the Standard American diet. They usually had at least 40% and not 2% like in post WWII Okinawa.

And give me a break with any "almost vegans" out there.
Big Mac Menu is 85% vegan or plant-based.

As far as vegeterian diet is concerned - while it is a slave diet, some can pull it off. Though I found that most cannot, but the negatives show up later. Most later supplement with fish or other sea food. The ones who are in fact super-healthy as I mentioned before consume and also digest raw milk very well. The ones who are doing great eat a shit-ton of raw milk, raw cream and eggs every day. Hardly any vegeterian does that and if you are lactose intolerant like 50% of the world population, then you are in a crapper, because you will never be healthy on that diet. I personally like to drink raw milk with raw egg - everyone should try it, because it's better than coffee and I could imagine that people might be able to live off it for nutrients - though you would need to digest milk well for it.

Every creature including plants wants to live and survive. No creature wants to be eaten. Animals can run, fight or they have hard shells for protection like oysters. Plants have built in toxins that will kill you or at least damage you, so you stop eating them.

You should at least take a look at the vids posted in the thread, because you know the one side that tells you that all veggies are great, but you don't know the other side.
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Soy protein. It is great.
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And another point - you may not care about "those extremists", but they care about you. There is a strong vegan globohomo movement that wants to ban all meat or make it extremely expensive. And this happens while the NPC normies guffaw at all those carnivore MDs who warn them about it. The loud vegan activists with real political power are even mentioning it casually. This complacency among the NPC-crowd is what makes the job easy for them.

I've noticed there's a strong ideological component to veganism. Most of the vegetarians I know are ultra-left. It makes sense that an ideology that is destroying beauty and most of the good things in our culture also wants to destroy our diets and dictate what we eat.

I was in dunkin donuts today and saw a new vegan sandwich called 'beyond sausage' or some shit. Expect more of this stuff in the next few years as real meat is replaced by this synthetic garbage. First it will be a few plant based "meat" items. Then entire menus will change and major food manufacturers and restaurants will start banning meat out of political correctness or "concern for the environment"

Like everything the left touches, this will steamroll into something insane in a few years where you'll eventually have to buy meat from underground illegal meat dealers on the black market.

I bet you never thought the next moral panic and prohibition would involve meat.
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It will be a long transition to get rid of meat, but what I do foresee quickly becoming common is meat taxes "for the environment".

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(11-21-2019 11:27 PM)Tail Gunner Wrote:  The ancestral holiday foods were meals made mostly of potato, cabbage, or other root vegetables with very little meat, usually pork or bacon, and also fermented foods (e.g., sauerkraut). People were poor, so they knew how to eat nutritiously for cheap. They ate healthy nutritious peasant food that consisted mostly of vegetables, with fermented and canned vegetables that lasted through the long winters. Potatoes also lasted through most of the winter. Smoked fish and pork was also popular, but very expensive.

I realized that my body was meant to be fed a Northern European diet like my ancestors ate, which I described above, consisting of mostly vegetables.

You are wrong in saying that "ancestral" European diets consisted of potatoes, sauerkraut and "expensive" smoked fish.

Potatoes came from the New World and Europeans were never adapted to eat them. "Expensive" implies a cash economy and situations of scarcity. In other words, you are talking about early modern conditions for poor folk in Europe (c.1600-1900). This is not what is meant by ancestral diet.

In the early middle ages and before, game was plentiful in Europe. Later, the population increased, nobles enclosed the free lands, forbade game hunting and instead of fish, fowl, pork and beef, peasants subsisted on barley, cabbage, and so on. Their stature shrank several inches and their dentition became far worse.

To the Vikings drying plentiful fish in the Scandinavia of the year 800, salmon was not "expensive". To the conquered and corralled peasants of 1600-1900, it was.

Ancestral is what was eaten, say 10,000BC to 1000AD. A few generations of scrawny beets and oat eaters since then hasn't changed the genes very much.

Personally, I have found I thrive on meat, fish and dairy with about 10% vegetable matter, reflecting my northern European background.

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RE: Plant-Based Diets?
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RE: Plant-Based Diets?
< Though the joke is on them since both are 80% plant-based.

This popular fast-food dish is 85% plant-based as calculated by the source of calories:

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The problem is that we shifted from a predominantly animal-based caloric intake to an unhealthy plant-based one:





Healthy animal fats and daily raw milk consumption was replaced with unhealthy plant oils, grains, sugar and processed crap. Even the healthy plant-based diet isn't that healthy as the vegans find out and drop away from the cult en masse.

Veganism is more a negative religion/cult - very quickly mental issues are manifested, but it also harbors a deep resentment against any meat eaters, many become haters of everything human. Vegans also are proponents of sterilization - many become infertile anyway. It's not a good diet when scores and scores of vegan 20yo girls report having no period after a mere 1-2 years on the diet. It lacks many essential nutrients and the cronometer is a joke as they are not absorbed.

And the next stage of veganism deals with wanting to ban and restrict meat for everyone else. Carnivores don't care if you eat only soy and shit and they don't want to tax it for you. At best people care when vegans kill their kids on their deficient diet or damage them for life.

The vegan side however wants meat taxed and banned, they deny reality and there are vegan quack doctors who spout constant garbage. Also there are plenty of junk science studies out there financed by zealots and done by vegan pushers.

Though the big Boys know that the easiest way for people to be cured of veganism is if an entire country adopts it and it quickly becomes clear how sick people become suddenly from it. So they won't adopt that choosing to restrict meat and other animal products for various cons while pushing cockroach milk and those lab-grown meat products. Lab-grown meat by the way is insane since you have to torture cows for the production and the slab is fed lots of processed plant products that have to be grown in the fields. The ratio to protein production is insanely bad, but I guess since it can be done in the lab and by giant machines in the field, then it's viable for the globohomos - much better than raising cows by loving farmers.
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RE: Plant-Based Diets?
I saw a large family at the city park today and all of them were wearing faggy sea shepherd shirts and eating from a big salad bowl.

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Simeon will be unsurprised to hear that the three boys aged roughly 8 to 12 had something close to zero percent body fat and looked like they were a month into a stay at a forced labour camp. They were playing soccer and had all the explosivity of a prozac addict.

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