Ten More Things We Are Not Being Told About Diet (Part Two)

in food •  3 years ago  (edited)

The misinformation being spread in the media about food, diet and health eating is not just inaccurate; it’s the exact opposite of the truth. And there is good reason for this – selling people cheap, toxic food is really profitable, and making them ill and then selling them cheap, toxic drugs is really profitable too.

Here are another ten food tips that are not exactly being broadcast by the media, the medical (sickness) industry, or the food manufacturers.

They are also being covered up by government agencies, which are getting a huge portion of their funding from these three enormous and totally corrupt institutions.

To see the first ten, check out my post from yesterday. These two posts don't cover everything, but hopefully they got most of the big ones. If there are any other topics you would like to see covered, please feel free to mention them in the comments. I will probably do some humour posts or photo posts next, because I’m into those too. It’s just that sometimes I like to jump up and down and make squeaking noises.


Avoid Soy

This shouldn’t be too hard really, it tastes horrible.

It’s also a dangerous toxic substance that does so many undesirable things to people it’s hard to know where to start. Thankfully it’s not as common in New Zealand as it is in America, and it’s mainly vegetarians who seem to consume it.

Avoid it, and if you really feel the need for some toxic stuff at least eat something more enjoyable like sugar or alcohol.

The Whole Soy Story by Kaayla T. Daniel, PhD goes into this subject in depth.


Avoid Aspartame and all artificial sweeteners

Aspartame, Nutra Sweet, Splenda, and Equal, cause headaches, nausea, vertigo, insomnia, numbness, blurred vision, blindness and other eye problems, memory loss, slurred speech, depression, personality changes, hyperactivity, stomach disorders, seizures, skin lesions, rashes, anxiety attacks, muscle cramping and joint pain, loss of energy, symptoms mimicking heart attacks, hearing loss and ear ringing, loss or change of taste, cancer, Parkinson’s disease, brain tumours, tremors…

This stuff is really bad, but for some reason, even today, there are people who don’t know that – like Michael J Fox

This is not one to mess with – really avoid it 100%

Eat Free Range, Grass Fed Meat

While this is normal in New Zealand, the same cannot be said for many other countries. Even in NZ it pays to check, as cheap toxic animal products are being imported from countries like China, while much of our quality meat is being exported for top prices to markets like the UK.

The quality of the meat is determined by what the animals eat and how healthy they are. Growth hormones, chemical fertilizers, antibiotics, and the consumption of food other than clean fresh grass is highly undesirable. (Grain fed animals are very dodgy, let alone ones fed on waste products)

If I lived in America I wouldn’t eat most of the meat sold in supermarkets, that’s for sure!

Avoid toxic and polluted imported foods from unclean sources such as China

China makes cheap TV’s and bicycles, but you don’t eat those. If you choose to buy cheap Chinese food, you are best to just stare at it, or sit on it, but on no account eat it.

It’s almost unbelievable that so much food is now being made from “local and imported ingredients” – if you don’t know where something comes from – do not eat it.

Ignore the rantings of the vegetarian movement

Vegetarians can be pretty militant (almost all the abusive emails received by our food sites such as DietNet are from vegetarians), and many non-vegetarians have been subtly influenced to actually believe that products like soy are in some way healthier than animal based foods.
While a lot of the commercial meat is toxic in some countries, it’s not that eating meat is inherently unhealthy, it’s just important to make sure the meat is sourced from healthy animals.

Quality meats (organic, grass fed, full fat, unprocessed), and animal products (eg. raw milk, free range eggs, raw cheese) are the real super nutrients, not lentils!

Nice work…this book is really on to it…not

Alcohol really is a poison

Yes I am saying avoid all alcohol, it is a poison and it does you a great deal of damage. But you probably already know that and drink it anyway.

Some drinks are less harmful than others – traditionally slow brewed beers are better than fast brewed commercial beers.

There are some spirits that possibly have health benefits such as traditionally distilled Greek Ouzo (helps digestion) served with mineral water, and small amounts of good quality organic wine are a little better than supermarket swill.

Most wine is toxic as it contains preservatives such as 220 (sulphur dioxide) and 200 (sorbic acid), so only drink organic preservative free wine.

Quality not quantity is the key here.

And after drinking, there are some things that can help speed recovery and minimise the damage, such as Chlorella.

Avoid using Microwaves

Microwaves damage your food, and there is no point obtaining quality food then nuking it.


Avoid all Genetically Modified food like the plague

Monsanto UK actually ban GM food from their own staff cafeterias – and they would know!

I won’t get into this in depth here because it’s a huge subject, but at some point when I next feel squeaking urges coming on, I’ll do a post on this.


Watch out for other food related dangers

Amalgam fillings release mercury into your system and are very toxic – they are banned in many European countries for good reason. Chewing clean food with toxic teeth is self defeating.

And although they are not directly food related I’ll also mention again to avoid vaccines, prescription drugs, most hair dyes, most cosmetics, most deodorants, along with x-rays and cell phones – all of which contribute to rising cancer rates.

Pesticides are highly toxic so always choose organic food where possible (do some background checking on your organic foods because there is a lot of mislabeling going on. It varies by country, and in America most pesticide contaminated foods include: Apples, Bell Peppers, Celery, Peaches, Strawberries, Nectarines, Grapes, Spinach, Lettuce, Cucumbers, Blueberries, and Potatoes.

Meanwhile in New Zealand the worst foods for pesticides are Celery, Peaches, Apricots, Butter/cream/cheese, Wheat/bread, Apples, Plums, Mandarins, Raspberries, Oranges, Strawberries, and Grapes/raisins/sultanas.

Plastic storage containers can contaminate your food with pseudo estrogens – which along with foods like soy, contribute further to “man breasts” and many other side effects

Avoid takeaways from the waste dumps known as “Fast Food Restaurants”

This is like a summary of most of the things I’ve just mentioned.

In one fast, corporate, toxic, ethical void you can pay money to eat:

Trans fats, sugar, chemicals, flavourings, colourings, artificial sweeteners, gluten, unclean and poor quality meats, pesticide residues, aspartame, GM food, suspect imported ingredients, and minced up toxic four week old chickens, all happily served to you by teenagers who are paid less than street cleaners.

BEFORE (Michael Moore who doesn't seem to eat well at all)

AFTER (Marc Sisson who eats very well)

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bravo! magnificent. if people would start here, very soon we would not have a global health crisis. one thing, i would actually encourage militant vegans ans vegetarians to eat more soy. that way, we will have examples to point to when educating people who actually want to be healthy. squeak, squeak. great post, this should get way more attention than it probably will, unfortunately. don't let that stop you. btw, some of those photos are painful.

  ·  3 years ago (edited)

Thanks - sometimes we find the most militant vegans do a full turn around and join the Weston A Price Foundation, or start buying gelatin from us, so we do our best to keep on good terms with them!

I hope a didn't overdo the fat pics, and have now added a photo of Marc Sisson. But because I find it morbidly fascinating, here is that spectacular pic I just replaced above :)

i'm more sarcastically annoyed at the viciousness and frequency of attacks that i get from vegans. i have actually, seriously begun to think that it may originate in a nutrient deficiency from not eating properly. i have noticed in myself and others more agitation in people engaging in excess intermittent fasting as well.

Sisson is going to be the first person to win mr universe on the day of his funeral. it's just so not fair, the older he gets the more shredded he becomes. it's astonishing. we all need to have something to aspire to, i guess.

  ·  3 years ago (edited)

Yes, after reading books like The Vegetarian Myth by Lierre Keith we came to the conclusion that most of their outrage is a result of nutrient deficiencies, so we do our best to keep that in mind when responding to them!

some of the most knowledgeable and eloquent are the ones who have been through it.