What the Health, 2017, a documentary on Netflix; Meat, Not Sugar, Causes Diabetes

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    Aug 09, 2017 1:37 AM GMT
    Why are more young people dying from colon cancer?

    http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/why-are-more-young-people-dying-from-colon-cancer/ar-AApJcNJ?OCID=ansmsnnews11
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    Aug 09, 2017 3:44 PM GMT
    There's a Ninja Warrior in the documentary "What the Health."
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    Aug 09, 2017 7:36 PM GMT
    There is a diabetes problem but I'm not going to get into a discussion about diet.
    Dr. Robert Ratner / American Diabetes Association

    Narrator of Documentary: Kip Andersen, filmmaker

    Processed meat is carcinogenic.
    The World Health Organization lists it as a Group 1 Carcinogen,
    along with Plutonium, Cigarettes, and Asbestos.


    Red meat (non-processed) is a Group 2 Carcinogen.

    Examples of Processed meat:
    Cold Cuts / Deli meats (Bologna, Ham, Turkey)
    Bacon
    Sausage
    Hot Dogs
    Pepperoni
    Salami

    [Bologna, Pepperoni, Salami - Those Italians did this. icon_redface.gif ]

    WHO looked at 800 studies from 10 countries.

    Pick up at 3 minutes 22 seconds.
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    Aug 10, 2017 3:17 PM GMT
    Some doctors are willing to talk about the connection between diet and cancer.

    Choosing to eat processed meat is equivalent to choosing to smoke.

    Diabetes is not caused by eating a high carb diet and it is not caused by eating sugar. Diabetes is a disease that builds up fat in the blood from a meat diet.
    Medical Doctor #1

    Carb consumption is INVERSELY related to diabetes. Meat consumption is directly correlated to diabetes.
    When you eat sugar you are not getting plaque forming in your arteries, you do not get inflammation forming right away.
    Medical Doctor #2

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    Aug 11, 2017 4:05 PM GMT
    A Harvard study showed the same thing, a serving of processed meat resulted in a 51% increased probability for developing diabetes.

    Unprocessed red and processed meats and risk of coronary artery disease and type 2 diabetes--an updated review of the evidence.
    Micha R1, Michas G, Mozaffarian D.
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    Department of Epidemiology, Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, MA 02115, USA.
    Abstract

    Growing evidence suggests that effects of red meat consumption on coronary heart disease (CHD) and type 2 diabetes could vary depending on processing. We reviewed the evidence for effects of unprocessed (fresh/frozen) red and processed (using sodium/other preservatives) meat consumption on CHD and diabetes. In meta-analyses of prospective cohorts, higher risk of CHD is seen with processed meat consumption (RR per 50 g: 1.42, 95 %CI = 1.07-1.89), but a smaller increase or no risk is seen with unprocessed meat consumption. Differences in sodium content (~400 % higher in processed meat) appear to account for about two-thirds of this risk difference. In similar analyses, both unprocessed red and processed meat consumption are associated with incident diabetes, with higher risk per g of processed (RR per 50 g: 1.51, 95 %CI = 1.25-1.83) versus unprocessed (RR per 100 g: 1.19, 95 % CI = 1.04-1.37) meats. Contents of heme iron and dietary cholesterol may partly account for these associations. The overall findings suggest that neither unprocessed red nor processed meat consumption is beneficial for cardiometabolic health, and that clinical and public health guidance should especially prioritize reducing processed meat consumption.

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23001745
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    Aug 11, 2017 4:06 PM GMT
    And the cute little boy singing the Oscar Mayer song was the Pied Piper leading people of the United States into diabetes.

    So much for cute boys.
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    Aug 11, 2017 4:10 PM GMT
    Next mini-bio, an obese woman has a C-Reactive Protein score of 10.82, on a scale from 0-3. She's off the scale.
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    Aug 15, 2017 6:18 PM GMT
    C-Reactive Protein Score of 10.82?
    The doctor told her she would have a heart attack within the next 30 days.

    Heart Disease

    Drinking - not the problem
    Sugar - not the problem
    Cigarettes - a problem but not thee problem
    Animal protein - thee problem (huge and pervasive problem)

    All of this expensive imaging, procedures, bypasses, medication (that flows into medical insurance costs), none has to do with the cause of the illness.

    Dead meat, bacterial toxins produce inflammation in the body within minutes, paralyzing arteries (inability to relax).
    Not only is this bad for the heart, it causes dementia. Human brains have arteries and they get clogged from dead meat as well. Result: nerve cells in the brains get short-changed.

    Is chicken better?
    The MD answers: the question of whether you want to be shot or hung.
    Eliminate turkey and chicken.

    Heterocyclo-amines ??? Google that shit.
    Google Result:
    When meat is cooked, carcinogenic substances are created within the flesh called heterocyclic amines. Heterocyclic amines may also make breast cancer more aggressive. When meat is grilled, the fat dripping onto the grill and the resulting smoke that rises upward toward the meat create carcinogenic polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons on the meat’s surface. If you cook your meat, there is no getting around heterocyclic amines. The longer and hotter the meat gets, the more these substances form. Chicken is the largest source of heterocyclic amines in the American diet. If you don’t cook your meat, then you have to worry about fecal bacterial, viral, and prion contamination.
    https://traceyeakin.wordpress.com/tag/dr-neal-barnard/
    The Cancer Survivor’s Guide: Foods That Help You Fight Back, by Neal Barnard, MD and Jennifer K. Reilly, RD

    Chicken contains carcinogens--the heterocyclic amines.

    Neal Barnard is the President of the Physicians Committe for Responsible Medicine (PCRM)

    EFF fast food chicken.

    They are selling you carcinogens ! and there is no warning, no Surgeon General Warning, either.
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    Aug 15, 2017 6:20 PM GMT
    Beef, chicken, and eggs have too much cholesterol.

    Eating 1 egg is equivalent to smoking four cigarettes. [The movie said a study said five cigarettes.]

    The egg with its fat and cholesterol is made to run a baby chicken for 21 days - not made for humans [Hey, can I have two scrambled eggs with cheese on a roll? - Man, after man, after woman in New York City at breakfast, on the run.]

    Do not eat the yolk of the egg.
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    Aug 15, 2017 6:27 PM GMT
    Eating eggs coats our red blood cells and makes the blood thicker.
    What do you think happens when your blood gets thicker?
    Your blood pressure goes up.

    It changes your hormone levels.

    There is nothing healthy about eating the yolk of the egg.
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    Aug 15, 2017 6:37 PM GMT
    This is where I fell apart.

    No chicken salad or egg salad on a fajita for breakfast anymore?
    No two legs and two thighs from KFC for dinner? No chicken quesadilla without cheese from Taco Bell for dinner anymore?
    Thank GAWD I'm juicing Turnip Greens, Romaine Lettuce, Cilantro, Ginger, Tumeric, Beets, Lemon, Grapefruit, Blueberry, Cranberry, Pineapple,
    Swiss Chard and consuming that. I take Branch Chain Amino Acid powder. I take Omega 3 pills and Vit D pills and supplements for my D'Adamo GenoType.

    So, I sometimes eat cereal with Almond milk.

    I had successfully reduced my wheat bread consumption. Now, I should go back to that and get some almond butter? since I can't eat peanut butter.

    Maybe I can use my rice cooker more for dinner. I'm almost out of white rice leaving me with the brown, black, and pink rice I have in the cabinet.
    I have some healthy walnut oil I can pore on the rice. Black-eyed peas from a can could be added to the rice. Don't use chicken broth anymore so the rice won't be too dry.

    The only thing you can get Fast Food: Black Bean Burrito, no cheese from Taco Bell and Green Beans from KFC. Maybe Panda Express (Fast Food Chinese) has something I can eat. I can drive to KFC and get a family sized Green Beans and then go to Panda Express and get Brown Rice.


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    Aug 15, 2017 6:39 PM GMT
    pick up at 17: 35
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    Aug 15, 2017 6:50 PM GMT
    But chicken salad or whole egg, egg salad on a fajita is less risky on stomach discomfort than soggy cereal.
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    Aug 15, 2017 6:51 PM GMT
    No but's.
    Yes, do what's healthy.
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    Aug 15, 2017 6:53 PM GMT
    We're only 17 minutes into an hour and 32 minute documentary?
    Jeezus Christ.
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    Aug 16, 2017 1:06 AM GMT
    McDonald's sells egg whites.
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    Aug 16, 2017 6:07 PM GMT
    But Mass Media came out and said saturated fat is not a problem.

    Mass Media also told you Building 7 was pulled on 9/11.

    Big business aimed to neutralize the negative image of milkifat.
    Big business was working against regulators and medical professionals.

    We cannot trust Associated Press, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, CBS, PBS, etc. They will hand over the wheel to interests that not only work against regulators and medical professionals.

    = = =

    When it comes to the pleasure mechanism in humans, big business does not have to persuade people conclusively, all they have to do is raise doubt that something pleasurable is harmful. Then a person will say, Oh, there is some doubt/evidence is inconclusive that ...
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    Aug 16, 2017 6:08 PM GMT
    No, it's not the genes that give you cancer or diabetes, it is what you eat. It is how you turn up the cancer genes and that turns on the diabetes.

    "But the doctors give you the questionnaire asking does this or that run in your family?"

    Stephenoabc/ChartAndMapAstrologer
    But that is an incomplete presentation of a case, insufficient for drawing a conclusion.
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    Aug 16, 2017 6:25 PM GMT
    Yea, timeout. Yea so and so doctor is one handsome man--sexy, hot. But, back to the documentary.

    Medical Doctor in the Documentary--Not Doctor Hot
    Even if you have a genetic predisposition, it is the epigenetic factors that you can control that are the determinants.
    Dr. Alan Goldhamer
    Author, founder, TrueNorth Health Center

    = = =

    You can change the expression of genes.

    = = =

    Interview with a leading Cardiologist

    Cardiologist: Hypertension, Diabetes, Mortality in Men get reduced as you go higher and higher as you restrict animal fats.

    Interviewer: What about fish?

    Cardiologist: You have four worries: 1) PCBs, 2) Mercury, 3) saturated fat, and 4) cholesterol

    You can have tuna with less cholesterol than a glass of milk to salmon and talapia that has more cholesterol than a pork chop.

    = = =

    The pesticides and herbicides IN FISH are shocking. And they have estrogenic- and cancer-promoting properties.

    Sardines are less toxic but something that is less toxic does not mean healthy, it means less toxic, still toxic.

    Pick up at 23 minutes
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    Aug 16, 2017 6:26 PM GMT
    Shit, I don't know how I'm going to get the amount of DHA I need.
    One of my sources said, Flax Oil does not compare in efficacy to the amount of fish oil/Omega 3 I need.
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    Aug 21, 2017 2:07 AM GMT
    Men have no way to get rid of dioxins in their bodies but women have two ways (related to pregnancy) 1) placenta and 2) breast milk.
    Dioxins leave her body, destination the baby? ? ? ! ! ! ! That's not a solution.
    Meat and dairy eating mother, then the baby will get the environmental toxins.

    Strontium 90, dioxins, mercury fall out over land and water regardless of organic or non-organic farms.

    There is pus in dairy.

    Milk does not build strong bones.
    Milk does not build strong bones.
    Dairy consumption is linked to cancer and osteoporosis: the more dairy, the more cancer and osteoporosis.
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    Aug 21, 2017 2:19 AM GMT
    Dairy consumption increases prostate cancer risk 34%, breast cancer death risk 49%, and all causes of mortality 64%.

    Casein protein creates Casomorphins which go to the brain and attached to the same receptor that heroin does. That's partly why people get hooked on dairy.

    Human Milk: 2.7g Casein.
    Cow Milk: 26g Casein
    Roughly 10X more.

    450 different drugs are fed to livestock (cows, hogs/pigs. and chickens)
    80% of antibiotics are sold for livestock use. You think we're not eating these when we eat animal food products?
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  • Aug 22, 2017 3:48 AM GMT
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    ChartsAndMapAstrologer said

    Processed meat is carcinogenic.
    The World Health Organization lists it as a Group 1 Carcinogen,
    along with Plutonium, Cigarettes, and Asbestos.




    MAN !

    I've GOTTA stop smoking ASBESTOS !



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    Aug 22, 2017 2:24 PM GMT
    Earlier in the Thread:
    The pesticides and herbicides IN FISH are shocking. And they have estrogenic- and cancer-promoting properties.

    The Week Magazine, 8/11/2017, p. 19

    Men's declining fertility

    Sperm counts in Western men have more than halved over a period of almost 40 years.
    An international team of researchers analyzed 185 studies conducted between 1973 and 2011 involving 42,000 men from North America, Europe, New Zealand and Australia. They found the concentration of sperm in ejaculate dropped 52 % and overall sperm count down 59%.

    The downward spiral over the decades showed no signs of leveling off.
    For couples who are trying to conceive, this is a very severe problem.

    Factors could include stress, poor diet, smoking, and exposure to hormone-disrupting chemicals [in our environment].