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Old 07-28-2011, 09:28 AM   #11
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I think if we wanted to we could find a "___ is bad" article or video on just about everything healthy we eat.
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Old 07-28-2011, 09:38 AM   #12
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Milk Causes Cancer


Research finds excess of animal proteins found in cow’s milk can cause a wide range of cancers.

By Anna Peraino

Casein, an animal protein found in cow’s milk and used in products from cheese and protein supplements to paint and glue, has been found to cause cancer. Extensive research proves that casein, when found in excess of humans’ need for protein, causes a wide range of cancers. Casein makes up about 87 percent of cow’s milk and has also been linked to autism in some studies. T. Colin Campbell, PhD, world-renowned Cornell University Nutritionist and co-author of the groundbreaking book The China Study, states, “Casein is the most relevant carcinogen that humans ingest. It is more potent than DDT or dioxin.” The typical American diet includes one to two times the recommended daily amount of protein.
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Old 07-28-2011, 09:40 AM   #14
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My wife ws taking a "fitness" survey online. One question was "you're running late and don't have time to eat. Should you;

A. Skip breakfast and eat something nutritious later on.
b. grab a donut.
c. grab a bran muffin.

They said to GRAB A DAMN DONUT. Are you KIDDING ME?!

Somewhere along the line the people making the big decisions went completely retarded.
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My wife ws taking a "fitness" survey online. One question was "you're running late and don't have time to eat. Should you;

A. Skip breakfast and eat something nutritious later on.
b. grab a donut.
c. grab a bran muffin.

They said to GRAB A DAMN DONUT. Are you KIDDING ME?!

Somewhere along the line the people making the big decisions went completely retarded.
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I wanna know more about this ice cream and dorito diet. I think it would be hard but I could comply with it.
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I wanna know more about this ice cream and dorito diet. I think it would be hard but I could comply with it.
Keep your calories in check and it appears it's no worse than milk and olive oil.
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Old 07-28-2011, 09:46 AM   #18
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Chicken the Unhealthy Option:

Chicken - the UNHEALTHY option

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The trouble is, of course, that the food industry propoganda got there way before I did with their 'But chicken's healthier, it's low in fat, low in cholesterol, it's healthier than beef' they say. Is this True? Not by a long chalk.

Ian Coghill, Vice Chairman of the Environmental Health Office's Food Safety Committee says that chicken should carry a government health warning on the packet, like cigarettes.

Consider this: Chickens may be fed the flesh and by-products of any other animals including sheep (which may be infected with scrapie) and cattle (which may be infected with BSE), dead (through disease) chickens and chicken excrement.
FDA finally admits chicken meat contains cancer-causing arsenic

FDA finally admits chicken meat contains cancer-causing arsenic (but keep eating it, yo!)

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After years of sweeping the issue under the rug and hoping no one would notice, the FDA has now finally admitted that chicken meat sold in the USA contains arsenic, a cancer-causing toxic chemical that's fatal in high doses. But the real story is where this arsenic comes from: It's added to the chicken feed on purpose!

Learn more: FDA finally admits chicken meat contains cancer-causing arsenic (but keep eating it, yo!)
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Cant eat veggies either

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A diet high in vegetables has always been considered as a key component to good health and staying slim. However, nutritionists are becoming increasingly aware that the quantity consumed and the preparation technique can negate or even reverse any positive effects of eating vegetables. An international team of researchers led by Zumin Shi at Jiangsu Provincial Center for Disease Control and Prevention in Nanjing, China, and the University of Newcastle in Australia1 has found that although Chinese people eat a lot of vegetables, the amount of oil used in cooking vegetables is increasing the risk of becoming obese.

In 2002, the researchers randomly selected 2,849 men and women aged 20 years and over in Jiangsu province — an economically booming area in China — to undertake a questionnaire about their food patterns, sociodemographic factors, medical history and lifestyle. The participants' height, weight and waist circumference were also measured.

Of all those surveyed, 8.0% of men and 12.7% of women were generally obese (had a very high body mass index), and 19.5% of men and 38.2% of women were centrally obese (had a large waist size). Through statistical analysis of the participants' food patterns, the researchers found that a higher vegetable intake was strongly associated with a higher vegetable oil and energy intake. After adjusting for sociodemographic factors, a vegetable-rich diet was independently linked to a higher risk of obesity

Nutrition:How eating vegetables can be bad for you : Article : Nature China
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EVERYTHING is bad for you. EVERYTHING is out to kill you. I say "F"-it and just enjoy life.
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