Natural Approach to Weight Loss

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Posted on 28th July 2014 by Administrator in Economy |Politics |Social Issues

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Finally I know how to lose weight. If I just breath slower between bites of my Philly Cheesesteak, the pounds will melt away. Having a global warming and a fatty post on the same day may cause AWD to have a brain aneurism. I can’t wait for the flurry of fatty pictures to follow.

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People can diet, work out, track their calories and do everything right—but still not lose weight. Most people are misled and told how easy it is to lose weight–just take this pill, follow that diet or buy this piece of equipment and the pounds will melt off.

Whenever anyone talks about weight loss, we usually get a fragmented picture of what is necessary to reduce the ever-increasing plague of obesity. Why is it so difficult to lose weight even when eating very little?

“If you haven’t been able to lose weight and you can’t understand why, you need to determine whether there’s a medical condition underlying your weight problem,” says Dr. Peter LePort. Dr. Rebecca Kurth, says, “When you live with anxiety, stress, or grief, your body can produce chemical substances — like the hormone cortisol — that make your body more likely to store fat, especially around the waist. If your thyroid is underactive, your body may not produce enough thyroid hormone to help burn stored fat. As a result, your metabolism is slower and you will store more fat than you burn — especially if you’re not physically active.” Dr. Ken Fujioka, says, “It’s very common for medications to cause weight gain.”

Humans are getting taller, fatter, and even living longer but not as healthy beings—as sick suffering beings. Being overweight is a disease. Obesity is a disease that happens before we get a potentially long list of other diseases starting with metabolic syndrome or dysmetabolic syndrome, formerly known as Syndrome X, and then diabetes, which eventually leads to vascular and heart disease and cancer. Metabolic syndrome is a combination of insulin resistance, leptin resistance, glucose intolerance, hypertension and high triglycerides. Obese people generally have hyperinsulinemia (high levels of insulin in the blood) and insulin is a fatty storage hormone.

Overweight and Obesity-Related Health Problems:

  • Coronary Heart Disease
  • High Blood Pressure
  • Stroke
  • Type 2 Diabetes
  • Abnormal Blood Fats
  • Metabolic Syndrome
  • Cancer
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Sleep Apnea
  • Obesity Hyperventilation Syndrome
  • Reproductive problems
  • Gallstones
  • Health problems in children and teens

If contemporary medicine does not address obesity in a more complete way there will be no way of stopping any of the epidemics in chronic disease. In the UK, the proportion of adults with a normal Body Mass Index (BMI) decreased between 1993 and 2012 from 41.0% to 32.1% among men and from 49.5% to 40.6 % among women.

There was a marked increase in the proportion of adults that were obese between 1993 and 2012 from 13.2 to 24.4 among men and from 16.4% to 25.1% among women. More than one-third of U.S. adults (34.9%) are obese according to information from the CDC.[1]

Since 1980, overweight rates have doubled among children and tripled among adolescents – increasing the number of years they are exposed to the health risks of obesity.

According to the New York City Department of Health, 43% of public elementary school students are overweight and 76% of New York City children are not getting the recommended five daily servings of fruit and vegetables. The CDC states that the primary behaviors causing the obesity epidemic are well known and preventable: physical inactivity and unhealthy diet.

According to a study published in the journal Lancet the number of overweight and obese people globally increased from 857 million in 1980 to 2.1 billion in 2013. This is one-third of the world’s population.[2]

Overweight people can be suffering from gross malnutrition because the nutritional values of the basic foods we eat have been steadily dropping for the last fifty years even as toxic exposures increase. Fiber intake tends to be much lower in obese people meaning they are eating too many processed white foods with not only the fiber removed but also most of the vitamins and minerals.

Magnesium and Weight Loss

White foods are poisonous and can never satisfy because they do not provide the basic nutrition, and especially the magnesium that the body desperately need. Obese people are suffering from malnutrition and specifically from massive magnesium deficiencies. Studies do show that the calorie-adjusted magnesium intake in obese children was lower compared with lean children. Hypomagnesaemia (serum magnesium 0.78 mmol/l) was present in 27% of healthy lean children and 55% of obese children.[3]

Dr. Carolyn Dean says, “Food craving and overeating can be simply a desire to continue eating past fullness because the body is, in fact, craving nutrients that are missing from processed food. You continue to eat empty calories that pack on the pounds but get you no further ahead in your nutrient requirements.”

Dr. Dean also said, “The stress chemical cortisol signals a metabolic shutdown that makes losing weight almost impossible. It’s as if the body feels it is under an attack such that it must hoard all its resources, including fat stores, and won’t let go of them under any inducement. Magnesium can effectively neutralize the effects,”

Another cause of magnesium deficiency is over-medicating with synthetic pharmaceutical drugs approved by the FDA and prescribed by doctors. They prevent the body from absorbing magnesium. It is a cruel reality that diabetics are prescribed medicines that further reduce their magnesium reserves putting them into a fatal tailspin. That is one of the basic reasons I consider the FDA to be one of the most appalling organizations in the world. They prey on sick people and make them sicker.

Vitamin D has co-factors that the body needs in order to utilize vitamin D properly. Magnesium is the most important co-factor for vitamin D. Researchers have shown that there is a connection between vitamin D and weight loss.

Correct Breathing and Higher Oxygen Levels are Crucial

Stress management is one of the most important keys in fighting obesity and slow abdominal breathing is important because it brings the oxygen levels up so more fat can be burned. People often wonder why they cannot lose weight and keep it off and one of the most central reasons is that they do not have enough oxygen. The lack of adequate oxygen and low metabolism will add pounds no matter what or how little we eat. Overweight people, like cancer patients, need to slow their breathing down, which will increase concentrations of carbon dioxide and oxygen in the blood. This can be accomplished with the use of a breathing training device called the Breathslim.

Exercise with Oxygen Therapy

Everyone knows how important exercise is for losing weight but few know that adding intensive oxygen while exercising cubes the results. Higher oxygen levels and higher carbon dioxide levels (created with exercise) lead to high metabolism. My book Anti-Inflammatory Oxygen Therapy explains why extra oxygen can help no matter what health challenge one is facing. Exercisers are less likely to die of their cancers than non-exercisers. The same medical principle is in operation with weight loss especially when you add oxygen to the mix.

Iodine and Metabolism is another Crucial Key

I just have to say it. The Natural Allopathic protocol is perfect for losing weight. Iodine and thyroid function is another important ingredient to a sane weightless program. An estimated 30 million Americans are thought to have difficulty losing weight because of thyroid problems and iodine deficiencies get in the way. If the thyroid, which is the primary regulator of your body’s metabolism does not function properly people will have an extraordinary time losing weight.

Conclusion

The Natural Allopathic Medicine protocol will assist anyone who is trying to lose weight and keep it off. Infrared treatments will also go a long way in helping to increase body temperature and metabolism, shifting the body to literally burn more calories. Moreover, with the BioMat one can do this even while one sleeps making weight loss easier and more comfortable. I would suggest those who are interested in weight loss read my essays on gastric diseases

[1] http://www.cdc.gov/pdf/facts_about_obesity_in_the_united_states.pdf

[2] http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2014-05/ifhm-noo052114.php

 

[3] Magnesium Deficiency Is Associated With Insulin Resistance in Obese Children;

Milagros G. Huerta, MD et al;.Diabetes Care May 2005 vol. 28 no. 5 1175-1181

http://care.diabetesjournals.org/content/28/5/1175.full

61 Comments
  1. harry p. says:

    Seriously it isnt that hard, and i am fucking tired of hearing about obesity being a disease. That mentality externalizes the issue, moves blame & responsibility away from the person and does exponentially more harm than good. Whenever i hear someone say that they are immediately discredited in my mind.

    Here’s the solution:
    Walk places, it relieves stress and is great exercise
    Lift heavy things, stressing your muscles makes them stronger and burns fat
    Eat real food, if you cant pronounce the ingredients it isnt food, its a chemistry experiment
    Dont eat poison, mcshits, soda etc…
    Dont sit on your ass so much.
    That is all.

    28th July 2014 at 12:21 pm

  2. BUCKHED says:

    Harry P…you’re dead on the money .

    Kids today are fat asses because they sit on their couches playing video games and eating Cheetos .

    A lot of men are fat asses because they sit on the couch watching porn and eating Cheetos .

    28th July 2014 at 12:47 pm

  3. AWD says:

    Nobody wants to lose weight. These techniques don’t work. People are stuffing themselves at buffets until they’re so fat they can’t walk anymore. Nobody is responsible for their own health, as somebody else pay for their healthcare and 12 meds and inhalers, since they can no longer breath anymore. The NIH says that 300,000 people die from Obesity every year, and nobody cares. As long as they can shovel food into their pieholes, and drink a 12 pack of coke on SNAP daily, and the boxes of candy gotten free on SNAP. Food stamps turns every single person into a fat fuck as they use their “benefits” all up every month. The government is killing off the FSA with SNAP, and 50 million people are on SNAP. Obama is killing off his majority voting block with food, while Mooch is starving people with her diet bullshit.

    28th July 2014 at 1:13 pm

  4. AWD says:

    And nobody exercises, period. The fat fucks sit on their asses and SNAP themselves to death and an early grave. The average American male exercises 3 hours a YEAR, the average women exercises 1 hour PER YEAR. We’re doomed, fatties, fatties everywhere……

    28th July 2014 at 1:15 pm

  5. AWD says:

    Gluttony is one of the seven deadly sins (ends in death for 300,000 Americans a year), but gluttony is honored and revered in the USSA, especially if you get SNAP benefits.

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    28th July 2014 at 1:18 pm

  6. AWD says:

    Church folks are all fatties, they don’t seem to think gluttony is a deadly sin……

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    28th July 2014 at 1:19 pm

  7. AWD says:

    Gluttony

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    28th July 2014 at 1:25 pm

  8. Eddie says:

    I was up in the mountains yesterday, I took a three and a half mile walk, slowly, from 6700 ft elevation, up to 7700 ft, and back down. If i could do that every day, I’d be as thin as I was when i got married, which was a whopping 155 pounds.

    Medical condition, right.

    Bullshit.

    28th July 2014 at 1:31 pm

  9. AWD says:

    Obesity can land you in disability nirvana, free cash, healthcare, meds, SNAP, free housing, until it goes bankrupt in 2016. I can’t wait to see the disability scammers fat fucks pissing and moaning when their benefits and entitlements run out……

    28th July 2014 at 1:41 pm

  10. Stucky says:

    How to tell if you’re too fat.

    Men. Stand with your feet and back against the wall. Look down. If you can’t see your dick, stop eating until you can.

    Women. Stand with your feet and back against the wall. With either hand touch your vagina. If you can’t do it without touching your stomach, stop eating or only black men will want you.

    28th July 2014 at 1:44 pm

  11. Sensetti says:

    Sensetti is in better shape than most twenty year olds.
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    28th July 2014 at 2:09 pm

  12. Sensetti says:

    The picture is at the same angle as my iphone in my right hand. Took pic in mirror at gym. I workout hard, lift heavy and run for Cardio.

    28th July 2014 at 2:27 pm

  13. Francis Marion says:

    Garbage in – don’t come out.
    Makes you lazy, sad and stout.
    Eat whole foods and walk about
    You won’t be such a fat ass lout!

    28th July 2014 at 2:28 pm

  14. AWD says:

    Studly Sensetti

    28th July 2014 at 2:33 pm

  15. N8 says:

    AWD I love your seething comments. I couldn’t agree more about the church people. It’s like they can’t wait to get out to fill up an entire 5 trays at the golden corral (trough I call it). It’s sick they all easily condemn all other addictions but eating until you’re a blimp seams to be ok in their eyes.

    28th July 2014 at 2:42 pm

  16. bb says:

    AWD ,you said you are 6 foot 1 and 295 pounds . I hope you don’t go bat shit crazy but aren’t you overweight.?

    28th July 2014 at 2:43 pm

  17. Administrator says:

    And a full head of hair. I’m jealous.

    28th July 2014 at 2:47 pm

  18. Iska Waran says:

    KFC had 4 wings + a biscuit today for $1.99. Apparently it’s an every Monday thing here:
    1350 Wayzata Blvd E, Wayzata, MN 55391

    I’ve already put it in Outlook for a reminder every Monday for the rest of the year.

    28th July 2014 at 2:54 pm

  19. AWD says:

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    28th July 2014 at 3:05 pm

  20. AWD says:

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    28th July 2014 at 3:06 pm

  21. DaveL says:

    The only diet that works is the cold beer and ice cream diet. By consuming all that cold stuff you make the body burn tremendous amounts of energy (calories) just to warm the stuff up to body temperature before it can be digsted The more you consume, the more calories you burn..

    28th July 2014 at 5:50 pm

  22. Gayle says:

    Dave

    The other day I read a blurb about how delicious a beer float can be. I haven’t tried it yet but I will.

    28th July 2014 at 6:06 pm

  23. Gayle says:

    AWD

    Fret not. The time is soon coming when obesity will no longer be possible for at least 95% of our fellow citizens.

    28th July 2014 at 6:10 pm

  24. pietropaulo says:

    Y’all getting a little sanctimonious, I think.

    It appears that your comprehension of the English language is waning.

    Dr. Sircus DID say that his points are directed to those who HAVE tried to lose weight in all the traditional ways. This has been fully documented in many studies with volunteers sequestered and their diet and exercise levels strictly controlled. The studies showed the factors that Dr. Sircus speaks about.

    What he left out is that there are certain body types.

    Look at marathoners. They will never attain Schwarzenegger status no matter HOW long they lift weights. Look at the Schwarzenegger types. You won’t see them doing sprints or even jogging.

    Some people have the genetics of a gazelle some of a mountain gorilla. Body types are mesomorph, ectomorph and endomorph. The latter are the folks who have the hard time, no matter what they do. Add the conditions mentioned and weigh loss becomes impossible. http://www.superskinnyme.com/body-types.html

    Then there’s something called, brown adipose tissue. That’s brown fat. Brown fat burns calories to keep you warm. Ever go out on a day with no sun and 60 degrees and you see that some are happy in a T-shirt and some have a fall jacket on? The T-shirt folks have lots of brown adipose tissue. They burn calories just by standing, let alone walking or jogging.

    And OF COURSE, there are people who are just food junkies. They get high on the pleasure of eating. They don’t care about their appearance or their heath. They play the poor me game. You don’t have to be fat though, to be a hypochondriac or have mental health issues.

    Those are not the folks that Dr. Sircus is speaking about. He is speaking about, and to, those who have honesty tried and he is trying to help them with possible strategies to improve their health.

    Then there’s the food industry. Most folks, when they go to buy peanut butter, they think that it’s a healthy choice. It could be if there were JUST peanuts in the jar. But most PB is hydrogenated. That means that the peanut oil has been altered from an unsaturated fat to a synthetic, SATURATED fat. That’s why the oil never separates and it’s conveniently smooth, no matter if it’s been on the shelf for YEARS. Also, they add salt, SUGAR, palm oil, and other, unpronounceable ingredients.

    The good news is that you CAN buy peanut butter that says on the label, PEANUTS, period. What a concept.

    Why does the food industry do this? Because it “tastes better” and it extends shelf life. This is a simple example but look at your local supermarket. It typically has a small, area set aside for fruits, unprocessed meats and vegetables. Eighty percent of the store is loaded with packaged, processed food.

    When Europeans come to North America, they’re amazed at the vast seas of packaged foods found in our stores.

    The good news is that more supermarkets are catering to those aware of what they put in their mouths and offer organic foods and packaged foods that have just food with low levels of sugar and salt.

    An anecdote. My one weakness is potato chips, I WILL eat that or popcorn while watching my favorite movie on my 59″ plasma TV. But I stopped the chips a long time ago because, to garner more market share, the chip makers kept upping the amount of salt they put in their chips. At one point a small handful and I’d had enough, my mouth burning from the salt. So, one day I called Lays and told them that I knew what game they were playing, that they salt the chips heavily so that people would consume more soft drinks, which they also make. I told them that it’s back firing, many people just STOP eating chips and thus consume very little pop.

    Two months later, to my surprise, Lays came out with a low salt version, only half the salt of their standard fare. So these days, I enjoy a bag of chips and no, I can’t eat just one. Now, most chip makers have followed suit.

    So these days, you do have choices.

    But yes, there are those who don’t give a crap,,, well, they DO give a crap, LOTS of it.

    28th July 2014 at 6:11 pm

  25. pietropaulo says:

    George Carlin said it best.

    You don’t TAKE a shit, you LEAVE a shit.

    But what does it mean if you GIVE a shit? Or don’t?

    Then there’s the pot smokers. Some fine shit you got there.

    Finally, where does holy shit come from?

    Yeah, I AM a big fan of George Carlin.

    RIP, my friend, and you too, Bill Hicks.

    28th July 2014 at 6:21 pm

  26. Stucky says:

    “Body types are mesomorph, ectomorph and endomorph.” ——– pietropaulo

    I’ve been all three.

    When I was 6’6 and weighed 170 pounds (high school) … I was a mesomorph,

    When I was 6’6 and weighed 220 pounds (Air Force) … I was a ectomorph

    When I was 6’6 and weighed 260 pounds (ex-wife’s shitty casseroles) … I was a endomorph

    I am now on my 4th classification … a moobsomorph

    28th July 2014 at 6:30 pm

  27. llpoh says:

    Stuck – your test doesn’t work for me. If I can’t see it I just kick it out a bit further til I can.

    28th July 2014 at 7:04 pm

  28. bb says:

    Lipoh , I admire your heritage , as I am part American Indian myself .You should be ashame of yourself for the way you spoke about me ,a fellow injun. Catawba Indian as a matter of fact and I have never had the benefit of white privilege like all the fake injuns.(AWD )I seek and demand an apology. We real injuns have got to look out for each other.
    I not a fatty or a drunkard like some fake injuns. Now say your sorry or I’ll do something.

    28th July 2014 at 7:32 pm

  29. Anonymous says:

    Eat protein and vegetables (potatoes dont count). Carbs break down into sugar. If you work out or run you burn off those carbs. Fried foods are the worst. It now gives me indigestion and a case of Baconator.

    28th July 2014 at 8:48 pm

  30. B says:

    Just take some pride in your appearance. I have only fluctuated from my high school weight (170) by 15 pounds. Whenever I got up to 185 I drew a line in the sand. I am 65. And weigh 179. I don”t drink pop, eat fast food, sweets, etc. and I work. Out and eat healthy. THis ain’t rocket science, Bubba!

    28th July 2014 at 10:07 pm

  31. pietropaulo says:

    Anon,

    If fried foods give you trouble, it could be your gall bladder which stores bile, made by the liver, that digests fat. If your GB isn’t up to par, that fat don’t digest.

    But you’re exactly right. We evolved on meat, fat and veggies, and fruit, for a short time IN SEASON. Carbs, especially simple carbs like sugar, fructose, glucose, (which they put in EVERYTHING) are the real culprit for many degenerative diseases, like atherosclerosis, diabetes, dementia and Alzheimers.

    They are now realizing that heart disease is NOT caused by too much animal fats but CARBS, and even refined grains like white flour. Carbs and grains provoke a strong insulin response and that leads to inflammation of the major blood vessels. A lifetime of this inflammation leads to tears and ruptures. Cholesterol comes to the rescue to keep you from bleeding out. Cholesterol is NOT the evil thing it’s been made out to be. Hell, your body uses cholesterol to make vitamin D from sunshine. Your brain is loaded with cholesterol. Your cells require cholesterol for tissue maintenance.

    Cholesterol keeps you alive in the short and medium term but eventually, while it’s frantically trying to do that, a lifetime of too much carbs and sugars and grains, leads to a build up that clogs your arteries.

    High cholesterol simply means that the body is making it in quantity for a functional purpose, like keeping your arteries from leaking. It’s a MARKER for something that’s gone amiss.

    Nathan Pritikin was not a doctor but an engineer who had a heart attack and went about to find out why. He read all the latest research and concluded that cholesterol was LINKED to, (but not the cause) of artery disease.

    His protocol of diet and exercise was extremely beneficial to those who followed it. And naturally, with less demand for cholesterol, the levels dropped. The myopic medical community seized on cholesterol as the cause and the drug companies quickly came out with drugs to lower that very essential compound, ARTIFICIALLY.

    That’s like noticing that skid marks are found at the scene of every accident and then coming to the conclusion that skid marks are the CAUSE of accidents. Stupid.

    Stucky,

    If your ex’s casseroles were so crappy, why’d ya eat them?

    Or was that your excuse for pizza and beer instead? Was mine, only for me, it was, (shudder) meatloaf. Grew a beer gut at 40 and 20 years later, can’t get rid of it. I’m basically a skinny guy but with the gut, I look pregnant, disgusting.

    The good news is, is that INTERVAL training is working when endless hours of jogging didn’t,,, believe me, I tried.

    28th July 2014 at 10:12 pm

  32. Bunky says:

    “When you live with anxiety, stress, or grief, your body can produce chemical substances — like the hormone cortisol — that make your body more likely to store fat, especially around the waist.”

    This must be why I lose more weight when I allow myself a glass of wine or two than when I don’t.

    29th July 2014 at 12:21 am

  33. Iska Waran says:

    So anxiety and stress make you fat, huh? I knew it was my fucking wife’s fault.

    29th July 2014 at 1:46 am

  34. Sensetti says:

    Insulin is the fat storing hormone. Google it. If you want to lose weight cut out carbs and sugar. Eat lean meat, fruits and vegetables. Eating clean is important but what helps the most in winning the battle of the bulge is exercise. People are fat because they don’t move. Hard work pays off when it comes to exercise.

    29th July 2014 at 7:38 am

  35. Maddie's Mom says:

    Imo, people are fat because first and foremost, they are gorging on carbs, and second, they don’t move.

    AWD is exactly right, people don’t want to change.

    I loaned Dr. Dean’s book, The Magnesium Miracle, to a neighbor who always seemed very interested in all things health-related. Her husband is obese and diabetic, along with other problems. I believed that magnesium might be a real help to both of them.

    She kept the book a couple of weeks and then returned it with no comment, then or since. Sigh……

    @Gayle,

    Are you sure that wasn’t a root beer float? ;-)

    29th July 2014 at 9:53 am

  36. Stucky says:

    “If your ex’s casseroles were so crappy, why’d ya eat them?” ———— pietropaulo

    Because I worked 10-12 hours a day … and I was too tired to do the cooking when I got home …. not to mention I enjoyed spending time with my two sons.

    You, and a few others here, are spot on in nailing Carbs as the culprit, … not animal fats.

    Sadly, it’s my great weakness. I LOVE breads …. European style hearty breads … not that white bread shit … but bread, nonetheless.

    I went on that Wheat Belly diet a while back. Kept on it for just about two months …. no wheat of ANY kind, mind you! I lost 25 pounds!!! Seriously. But, I could not stay on it.

    I love you, Mr. Bread!!!!!!!
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    29th July 2014 at 10:02 am

  37. TeresaE says:

    Anyone that tells the truth regarding magnesium, Vitamin D, and Iodine, is someone that I will give a listen too.

    Now add live foods (like real yoghurt, not store bought candy, raw honey, raw vinegars, fermented foods), real animal and plant fats (olive, coconut, palm, lard, tallow, grape, schmaltz, etc) and it would be perfect.

    Oh yeah, movement. We human animals were not designed to sit on our asses and drive through a clown’s mouth to get our “food.” We were meant for movement, and I don’t mean once a week in a gym.

    We were also meant to be in the sun, drink pure unadulterated water, eat foods chock full of nutrients thus enabling our bodies to be in tune and happy and quit craving the very poison that is now killing many of us.

    I believe many are fat because they are literally starving to death as yeast in their digestive tracts block any real nutrients from entering our bloodstreams while demanding our brain crave more sugar, fake fats, fake tastes, fake food.

    Once you stop eating the majority of your diet in processed crap, and start adding things like real fat, real salt, real nutrients, into your body, you will stop craving the Doritos and soda on a physical level. The real feat is forcing your mind to believe your body when it tells that the chemical flavorings in Doritos taste like crap. And they do.

    Obesity and reliance on man made chemicals are two of our problems that are going to sort themselves out.

    If China quits shipping our food back in the form of “convenience” foods and chemical additives, the actual number of calories available in our markets will plunge overnight.

    If they quit shipping our psych drugs, or insulin, or heart meds, we would lose even more as the effects of cold turkey and unhealthy bodies hits.

    I don’t want to be skinny and buffed, for cripes’ sakes, I’m nearly 50. What I want is to be healthy, free from dependence on a medical or food corporation, and strong. I’m so happy I found it hasn’t truly taken much to be that.

    Good luck all. With so much misinformation, myth and bad, for-profit, science, a struggle with weight is baked into the cake, so to speak.

    29th July 2014 at 1:41 pm

  38. Olga says:

    I am also doing the “wheat belly” diet at least 80% of the time and it appears to be working. I did realize that most of the “white stuff” – breads/pasta/potatoes/rice etc. were JUST vehicles for the butter – so now I lay even more butter on and eat less of the “white stuff”.

    And I have switched to “butter coffee” !

    http://www.bulletproofexec.com/how-to-make-your-coffee-bulletproof-and-your-morning-too/

    29th July 2014 at 2:03 pm

  39. T4C says:

    TeresaE

    I don’t know if you know who Clif High is but he has taken a focused interest in “Structured water” and is having interesting results.

    Here’s two different links to his site. The first is a small essay, and the second is to the main page of his site. Scroll down to the Structured Water section which has 3 interesting videos.

    http://www.halfpasthuman.com/essays/waterattack.html

    http://www.halfpasthuman.com

    He also just posted what he calls a ‘wujo’, basically a little talk, in which he talks about the results he’s getting using structured water. You’ll also find that on the main page.

    E78 – audio only. Meditation, water, sprouts and stuff *(july 27, 2014)

    *******
    Here’s also a good link to Dr. Gerald Pollack’s research.

    http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2011/01/29/dr-pollack-on-structured-water.aspx

    29th July 2014 at 2:08 pm

  40. TeresaE says:

    Olga, swap some of the butter for coconut oil and your body will really thank you!

    I will admit I eat coconut by the spoonful, my body craves it. My dog gets it too.

    Reducing breads and grains has been key to my slow and steady shrinking. The less I eat of them, the smaller I am.

    I still eat them if I want them, I just make sure I am eating more protein/real fat than the carbs, balancing protein/fat with carbs and high nutrient foods works best for me.

    29th July 2014 at 2:09 pm

  41. TeresaE says:

    T4C, thanks for the info. I had heard of it, but had not been interested enough to look into it. From what little I just saw, I will put this on my mental radar.

    I believe in the flow of energy and the fact that modern life, food and medicine, has removed man from these basic needs.

    Maybe this is another thing I can do to get my self back in tune.

    Thanks again for the info.

    29th July 2014 at 2:18 pm

  42. Olga says:

    So far I’ve been using both!

    And for someone who drank her coffee black that first cup was difficult – but only for a very short time.

    29th July 2014 at 2:32 pm

  43. Gayle says:

    Olga

    As soon as I finish this post I will make a cup of buttery coffee for my afternoon pick-me-up.

    Tomorrow I’ll try it with coconut oil.

    On another note….

    This summer I began to have a noticeable problem with irregular heartbeat. I’ve experienced it in the past and was checked out by a cardiologist who was not concerned, and it went away for about 5 years, only to suddenly reappear. Concurrently, I began to have problems getting to sleep and staying asleep, always waking up at 3:00 a.m. One day I read about people who drink too much coconut water and it upsets their electrolyte balance. A few days later I read about some issues with magnesium deficit, and two of the symptoms listed were irregular heartbeat and sleep disturbances. Then I happened to try some coconut water from Trader. Joe’s because it was more reasonable than others, just because it was hot and it sounded refreshing. The next day I realized my heart was just beating like it should. As I kept drinking a couple of glasses of c water a day, I began to sleep like a log. So – I’m telling this tale for any of you that might be experiencing either of these problems, you might want to get some magnesium and/or potassium supplements or just drink some coconut water, which has plenty of both.

    As for carbs: I regret all those years I felt guilty putting butter and sour cream on my baked potatoes, when the potato was the problem. I too love all white foods the best and I miss them but it’s worth it.
    Also I cheat now and then.

    29th July 2014 at 4:39 pm

  44. SSS says:

    For all you commenters on carbs, Admin highly recommends this delicious Philadelphia street treat. Buy ‘em when they’re fresh and hot. Mmmmm, tasty.

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    29th July 2014 at 4:50 pm

  45. Administrator says:

    SSS

    That’s dessert after a Philly Cheesesteak and fries smothered in cheese whiz.

    29th July 2014 at 5:00 pm

  46. Stucky says:

    Gayle

    You might know this, a heart healthy super-food is watermelon. Just do a search on “watermelon and the heart”. You’ll be amazed.

    This is a very nice article — http://www.whfoods.com/genpage.php?tname=foodspice&dbid=31

    And I made this recipe for the 10th time this summer. It simple and fast …. and you can easily add whatever floats your boat to it.

    Watermelon Gazpacho

    Tomatoes
    Watermelon
    Mint leaves
    Cucumber
    Olive oil
    Lemon juice
    Feta

    Combine 1/2 pound chopped tomatoes with 1 1/2 pounds seeded and cubed watermelon, 1 peeled and diced cucumber, a handful of mint leaves and 1/4 cup olive oil in a food processor or blender; process until chunky-smooth. Add 2 tablespoons lemon juice. Garnish: Crumbled feta and chopped mint.

    WUNDERBAR!!!
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    29th July 2014 at 6:02 pm

  47. Gayle says:

    Stucky

    I always feel Ike I’m chewing water when I eat watermelon, but I didn’t realize what healthy water it is until I read the article. I will definitely give the gazpacho a try. (Wouldn’t it be delicious with about three pieces of crusty Italian bread slathered with a thick layer of butter?)I like to make cold soup in the summer so thanks.

    29th July 2014 at 6:39 pm

  48. Stucky says:

    Gayle

    Last comment …

    Ms Freud also is not a watermelon lover …. but she LOVES this, which is why I’ve made it 10+ times already this summer (I make about a gallon at a time).

    Here’s what I do to “hide” the watermelon. I blend (liquify) the watermelon FIRST so that there are no chunks … set it aside, do the rest, and then add the (now) watermelon juice back in. Works like a charm.

    Also, it should go without saying, if you use supermarket tomatoes (or, God forbid, canned tomatoes) this recipe will taste like shit. Right now I buy from the farmers market what is called “Ugly Tomato”, I think aka as heirloom. Simply the best.

    29th July 2014 at 7:58 pm

  49. Stucky says:

    For you non-chefs out there ….

    This is what’s called in these parts “Ugly Tomato”. Ugly as shit and deformed looking (like bb).

    I have yet to taste a better tomato. If you see one, snap it up and try it. You won’t regret it.

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    29th July 2014 at 8:09 pm

  50. TeresaE says:

    Gayle and Olga, magnesium deficiency resulting in heart problems is a silent, and ignored, issue in this country.

    There are many reasons but one of the largest is that Monsanto/GMO farming actively works to eliminate many vitamins and minerals from our soils. Monsanto replaces a plants need for magnesium – which is the building block of a plant’s cells – with the want of a chemical to force growth. At least this is my rudimentary understanding of the various studies I read.

    Another issue is that our water sources, and our chosen “vices” (like soda pop) actively suck the magnesium from our very cells and force the body to flush this vital nutrient away. These are also the reasons why we are deficient in iodine (though most of us get the bare minimum from artificially supplement food products, it is enough to stop goiters from forming, yet not enough for optimum health). My main symptom of iodine deficiency is the inability to handle the cold. Since I started supplementing my life has literally changed in the 6 months a year this state is cold.

    This means that nearly EVERYONE, even those that think they eat “healthy” are vitally magnesium deficient. From dry skin, constipation (and sometimes even diarrhea), sugar cravings, irregular heartbeats, muscle cramps, menstration problems, energy levels, etc., etc.

    Magnesium is one of the few minerals/vitamins that your body has the ability to tell you if you are taking too much. There was a reason our grandmom’s use to use Milk of Magnesia for constipation.

    Personally I take between 400 and 800 mg orally a day, depending on my cycle and feeling. I also use magnesium chloride oil all over my body, daily or more often, as needed for aches, pains, muscles strains and soft, not dry, non itchy skin.

    I am literally hoarding the stuff as I fear after the crash our food will have little nutrients in it and I cannot go back to the days before I added it to my life. It has completely changed my health. I bow to the greatness of the god that created this world and I curse the for-profit men that altered his creations to make more money, gather more wealth.

    Good health to you all

    29th July 2014 at 8:39 pm

  51. Gayle says:

    Teresa

    Thanks for that info. I remember a few months ago Stucky started quite a thread about his adventures with magnesium but I kind of skimmed through it since I wasn’t aware I had any issues. Seems like I better add another pill to the collection of supplements I down every day.

    Our food is scary. My daughter says at least 75% of her peers with babies and small children are plagued with all kinds of food sensitivities and allergies (the kids, not the moms). A conspiracy theorist might suggest we are being poisoned by design. Between the rising rates of autism and ADHD in the young and Alzheimer’s in the old, it may be true. Keep taking your vitamins and buy organic.

    30th July 2014 at 12:12 am

  52. Olga says:

    I read about the Mag Oil here – did some research of my own and went out and bought my first 10$ bottle.

    The patches of psoriasis on my arms and legs are gone – the ones on my scalp are 5% of what they once were – it is amazing stuff.

    I am appalled at the amount of time and money I spent with the dermatologist over these last ten years and that alone has made me realize that food [and supplements] are the new medicine – that BIG corporate Pharma has every profitable reason to keep us poisoned and addicted.

    Another huge “wake-up” call and all thanks to the miscreants of TBP!

    30th July 2014 at 8:58 am

  53. Stucky says:

    “Seems like I better add another pill to the collection of supplements I down every day.” — Gayle

    I don’t believe you need an actual pill — although there is no harm in it.

    The question is one of efficacy. It seems that the benefits of magnesium is strongest when applied to the skin, as the body absorbs and distributes it easily and quickly.

    30th July 2014 at 9:13 am

  54. hardscrabble farmer says:

    I had a small pot of fresh ground coffee when I woke up, went out and did chores and came in for breakfast- a grilled 3 pound sirloin tip and a pound of fresh picked green beans split with my son.

    Now we go back out and work until dark. We take fruit off the trees or the bushes when we get hungry during the day.

    Whole roasted chicken, fresh dug potatoes, huge salad and cherries and blueberries for desert will be on the menu tonight. We usually fall asleep before we get the urge for a late night snack, so there’s that too.

    30th July 2014 at 9:40 am

  55. pietropaulo says:

    Magnesium YES.

    Here’s my story. Some 14 years ago, my new doc had the habit of checking you BP every time you went in. Mine was a modest 140/90. Still, he gave me Metoprolol, a beta-blocker, it slows the heart rate and thus lowers BP. Trouble is, it didn’t work for me but he said keep taking it, it’ll kick in. It didn’t but what DID kick in was atrial fibrillation. REAL BAD. I ended up in hospital multiple times.

    I suspected the beta-blocker but my Doc brushed me off. Told me not to stop taking it, otherwise my BP will skyrocket.

    So for years, this thing messed up my life and I couldn’t take the rat poison (blood thinner) because I was over-reacting to it.

    I weaned myself off of the Metoprolol slowly and within 3 weeks I went from 2 to 3 attacks a week to none for a whole month. My Doc was horrified,, go back on the beta-blocker. So, one pill later and I have a major attack within 5 minutes. From there, the AF came back with a vengeance and stayed, despite not taking any more of the Metoprolol. Thanks Doc.

    Much research later and a Mayo Clinic study revealed that magnesium helped with heart arrhythmias. So I began taking it up to my tolerance level. This stuff makes you real regular but I didn’t care because almost immediately, I felt different. A month of that and from 2 to 3 attacks a week, I had none for a whole month. I went back to my Doc and finally, he went to his big book and there it was, WAY down on the bottom of rare but possible side effect to beta-blocker,,,, arrhythmias. His reaction was to smile, close the book and walk out the door. Thanks Doc.

    There are triggers for AF attacks, binge drinking, eating large meals, coughing, laughing, sneezing, any alcohol at all, even small meals, the valsalva maneuver,,,,, all related to the gut, your stomach.

    There are three mechanisms that control your heart rate. If you cut out a bit of heart tissue from a living, beating heart, that little piece will continue to pulse until it dies. Every cell of your heart has this characteristic. That’s what keeps you alive when you’re in a coma.

    The second mechanism is the fight or flight response, adrenalin which is also produced when you exercise. This raises the heart rate to deliver the extra oxygen and nutrients to your muscles. This is what beta-blockers interfere with.

    Once you no longer need a fast heart rate, post exercise or when your nasty boss leaves you alone, the vagus nerve takes over to lower your heart rate to a resting level.

    All of this works in a delicate balance with feedback mechanisms in place to make it all work properly. When you subvert one of these mechanisms, like the adrenal response with a beta-blocker, this can lead to trouble for some people.

    Magnesium is involved in hundreds of biochemical processes in the body including muscle function and heart rate. It also has a strong buffering action in the stomach , Milk of Magnesia for heartburn etc.

    We have a local gastro-enterologist who’s a great guy and will give you time to talk if you want. As it seemed that the stomach is much involved with AF, I gave him my hypothesis as to how magnesium worked for me. Feedback from the stomach through the vagus nerve to the heart. Almost immediately, he declared that I was on to something. So I suggested that he, a gut guy, a cardiologist and a neurologist get in a room with me with my medical record and my story and with the 3 disciplines involved with this condition, they could come up with a much better understanding of AF and advance the science beyond giving people blood thinners to prevent clotting and a possible stroke.

    His response floored me. He said that 30 years ago, we could do that but today, “they” won’t let us. Before I could ask who this they was, his secretary walked in with an urgent matter and that was that.

    So, thanks to modern medicine, I acquired a life threatening condition for which they have no answers short of open heart surgery. That’s the maize procedure where they open you up, put criss cross cuts on your heart and the resulting scar tissue prevents the errant signals from doing their damage.

    So, no thanks to modern medicine, I found a cure, 10 dollars worth of magnesium a month versus a 100,000 dollar operation with none of the risks associated with the latter.

    So,,, I still have hypertensions and it’s been as high as 200/120. I’ve tried all of the classes of drugs and they all give me serious debilitating side effects, extreme nausea and fatigue.

    Worried? damn right I am and I’ve done the diet and exercise thing to no good effect. Then I came across this. http://www.liveinthenow.com/article/the-salad-combination-that-lowers-blood-pressure

    Related to the heart healthy Mediterranean diet, a combination of high nitrate foods, like leafy greens, celery carrots and unsaturated fats in olive oil, nuts and avocado, when eaten together, produces nitro fatty acids that suppresses an enzyme responsible for raising blood pressure.

    I eat healthy salads but only add a little vinegar and salt, avoiding the oil to reduce fat intake. Well, lo and behold, adding generous amounts of olive oil did the trick. My BP dropped from the typical, 170/100, down to 150/75,,, amazing. No drug EVER worked that well for me. But it only lasts for an hour or so.

    Then I hit on the idea of making green smoothies with the respective ingredients. That worked much better as you can drink this at breakfast to start your day. But that only lasts for 2 to 4 hours. Still, it gives your battered system a break from the damaging effects of hypertension.

    Recently It was found that I had low potassium levels, another trigger for hypertension. This lead me to find sources of same and the best and easiest to use, (not bananas) is a salt substitute, potassium chloride. A teaspoon full gives you your MDR of 3 to 5 grams a day. I began taking a spoonful a day in a glass of water to up my levels. Yuk. The really interesting thing here, is that liberally sprinkling potassium on my peanut butter sandwich ALSO dropped my BP 30 points on both numbers where just the potassium didn’t. This also only lasts 3 hours or so but still, what’s going on THERE?

    I came across all of this just a few weeks ago and I’m still experimenting. Like my cure for AF, I may find something easy to do that keeps my BP in check. It’s not perfect but far better than it was.

    Hope this helps some of you out there.

    PS,

    More is better, right? No. I ended up adding TOO MUCH olive oil to the smoothies and this gave me nausea and fatigue. ???? The same reaction as the hypertension drugs. ???? Now I use just one tablespoon of oil per 10 ounce smoothie and have no side effects.

    30th July 2014 at 11:15 am

  56. pietropaulo says:

    Oh yes, more on heart health.

    http://www.myhealthwire.com/news/diet-nutrition/699

    30th July 2014 at 11:21 am

  57. Maddie's Mom says:

    Pico-Ionic Magnesium

    Directly to the cells.

    http://drcarolyndean.com/2012/09/pico-ionic-magnesium/

    30th July 2014 at 12:59 pm

  58. TeresaE says:

    pietro, thank you for sharing. It was the doc’s meds that nearly killed me with no help from them, and, in fact, they had me double down on the drug that was filling my lungs with fluid and slowly starving my body of oxygen.

    Please, please, please, try other natural oils. Coconut has short chain fatty acids that are desperately needed by our bodies along with dozens of other good health issues.

    Did you know, pietro, that having too little salt and too little natural fat in your diet directly leads to stiffening of your arteries and veins and higher blood pressure?

    I’ve added many natural oils to my diet, along with full fat milk, cheese, eggs, red meat and done nothing else and lost 10 solid pounds of belly fat. Which is considerable for my size (I’m a short little thing, 5’1″ and about 128 today). I lost weight by adding fat and less than 5 minutes a day of extra movement. Literally.

    I try and use a good selection – based on the oil’s properties – to my diet. In order by frequency of use; Coconut, butter, peanut, grapeseed, avocado, red palm (replacement for baking/butter), red meats more frequently.

    Everytime you consume carbs your body screws with your insulin resistence. The American diet of high carbs – even recommended by the government – and low real fats is what is killing most of us.

    Congrats on finding your magnesium problem. I would find a good supplement for your potassium, I take about 3 capsules a week (every other day). The only daily supplements I take are magnesium, 25 mg of zinc (for sweating and body odor, works better than Secret), selenium (heart), and now B vitamins because thanks to stress I fear my adrenals are exhausted. Then a few times a week, as my diet directs me, I take potassium (potatoes are a great source btw), chromium (helps to break down bad fats), iodine (always needed, I paint on a Lugol’s solution), vitamin C or D (totally contingent on my citrus/tomato/sun intake). Oh yeah, my apple cider vinegar/raw local honey/cinnamon tonic too. But that is enjoyable, delicious and 100% needed for my allergies and other chemical sensitivities.

    If my diet were as pure as HSF’s, I think I would have little need for my supplements. But, sadly, I live in the world where that is just not possible. At least not possible in my home.

    30th July 2014 at 2:11 pm

  59. Maddie's Mom says:

    Teresa,

    When I say to someone: Eat fat to lose fat..they look at me like I have three heads.

    The damage done via misinformation and disinformation will take decades to correct.

    30th July 2014 at 4:00 pm

  60. serem says:

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    1st August 2014 at 8:20 am

  61. pietropaulo says:

    Thank you all for the generous and helpful hints. Yes to coconut oil. In fact the medium chain triglycerides in coconut oil can be used by the brain for energy. And some that suffer from dementia have found that this helps a great deal. The hypothesis is that the brain is no longer getting glucose or is unable to utilize it effectively and brain function falls.

    Here’s the kicker. It’s been recently been found that the BRAIN produces INSULIN. It appears that the level of sugar that the blood has must be kept in an extremely narrow range for the brain to function at its optimum. Diabetics have a far higher rate of dementia and Alzheimer’s than the general population, ALONG WITH heart disease.

    The good news is that there are food companies that are responding to the kinds of things we’re talking about. As more demand grows with greater awareness, the industry responds to get our food dollar. Free Enterprise, YES.

    A good example is that now you can buy soda water. JUST water and carbon dioxide. Now, you can also get a low sodium version. What’s in that? Normally they put in just a bit of salt to mimic the taste you might get from the minerals in spring water. But if you’re salt sensitive related to hypertension, they don’t want to lose that customer so in the low sodium version, there is in fact, NO sodium chloride but what they use is POTASSIUM chloride. Sodium chloride is not bad for you, in fact, it’s ESSENTIAL but too much is the problem particularly in regards to your potassium to sodium ratio.

    We also have available, fruit juice that has but ONE ingredient, the juice of the fruit and NOTHING ELSE. Locally I can even get WILD blueberry juice and it’s great. JUST sweet enough, but what I do is add 25% of natural juice to 75% of the carbonated water. It tastes just like sodie pop (like Yosemite Sam would say) without the high fructose corn (GMO) syrup along with NO brominated vegetable oil.

    I’m hoping that the following is OK by Dr Sircus because I want t point out that HE IS ONE OF US. Subscribe to his newsletter and get stuff like the following.

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    Projecting Evil Onto Russia

    Projection is a defense mechanism that involves taking our own unacceptable qualities or feelings and ascribing them to other people. People defend themselves against unpleasant impulses by denying their existence in themselves, while attributing them to others. A spouse may be angry at their significant other for not listening, when in fact it is the angry spouse who does not listen. When we project our own ego patterns, feelings or motives onto others, we are accusing them of something or seeing something in them that is really truer of ourselves.

    Projection is usually the result of a lack of insight and acknowledgment of one’s own motivations and feelings. American leaders have no self-insight and do not acknowledge their own evil motivations, not in public at least, so they love to project whatever they want and we see this in full display in their recent attacks against Russia. The projection of one’s negative qualities onto others is a common process in everyday life and lately the American government and media are taking this process to a height perhaps never seen before.

    Projection is the mis-attribution of a person’s undesired thoughts, feelings or impulses onto another person who does not have those thoughts, feelings or impulses. Sometimes, in what can be considered a semi-projection we see in others something that is true in them and in us at the same time. Now though there is much to love about Russia no one is saying their government is saintly but they have stopped their massive assault on the world of others while America is pushing as hard as it can to obtain full dominance over everyone in the world they possibly can.

    Psychological projection is a defense mechanism people subconsciously employ in order to cope with difficult feelings or emotions. In the case of American and English officials and the media conglomerates that back them, it is not just difficult feelings and emotions it is outright outrageous insanity. Paul Craig Roberts, an official from the Regan administration says it this way, “The kind of reckless lies and transparent propaganda that comprises The Economist’s story has no other purpose than to drive the world to war. The Western elites and governments are not merely totally corrupt, they are insane. As I have previously written, don’t expect to live much longer.”

    Those very crazy people in Washington are risking life on planet earth with nuclear war and they are so crazy and sick that they do not care. I remember when I was younger looking at the ugly unhappy faces of communist leaders. Now I see those former monsters reincarnated on American leader’s faces but they are much better at smiling thus hiding their evil. Murderous monsters they are so much so they must hate their own children because they risk having nuclear warheads drop on their heads. Sick stupid bastards is a description that only warms us up to what they really are.

    Psychological projection involves projecting undesirable feelings or emotions onto someone else, rather than admitting to or dealing with the unwanted feelings. Those who hold the reins of power in the west would rather die than admit or even perceive their feelings of aggression and tendency to murder others as something that is unwanted. Just the opposite. They want to kill. They want to destroy.

    Roberts writes, “The extraordinary propaganda being conducted against Russia by the US and UK governments and Ministries of Propaganda, a.k.a., the “Western media,” have the purpose of driving the world to war that no one can win.” This is the same as saying that their purpose is to risk hundreds of millions if not billions of lives. Obviously there are people who want to do this even if their own children die in the process.

    This transformation of America into a place where evil rules the roost in Washington and on Wall Street has taken over a century and has been implemented in such an incremental manner as to be mostly imperceptible to the public at large. It began with the creation of the Federal Reserve which is a privately owned central bank owned by multi-century banking families. Evil is not new in the world but today it is taking outrageous proportions killing people right and left with modern sophisticated weapons.

    Chris Martenson writes, “For reasons that have no rational explanations at this time, the US and Europe have embarked on a concerted program to demonize Putin, ostracize Russia, and bring the world as close to a major conflict as it’s been since the Cold War, a time hardly memorable to many in the current crop of our elected officials. Within hours of the MH-17 plane crash, the United States pinned the blame on Russia generally, and Putin particularly. The anti-Putin propaganda (and if there were a stronger term I’d use it) has been relentless and almost comically over-the-top. Nearly two weeks later, neither the US nor Europe has provided substantial evidence of any sort to support their assertions that Ukrainian separatists and/or Russia are to blame for the MH-17 catastrophe. There’s literally been nothing.”

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    Few people in the west understand the danger. Rob Kerby says, “The chaos is planned because the architects of the chaos are the globalists. The globalists have a little saying: ‘out of chaos will come order.’ So, what they do is whip up animosity and fear and play groups off of one another. The goal of the globalist, ultimately, is to have one world government, one world currency and one world religion. The whole idea of globalism is to first round countries into regional blocks and then merge the blocks into one super country. These people have contempt for humanity, and they have stated their contempt for humanity. They want to reduce the world population by something of a factor of 80-90%. These globalists have taken control of the U.S., Canada, most of Western Europe and the United Kingdom. These people are dangerous, and these people are seemingly taking the work to the brink.”

    These people are serious and have built an expensive monument toward their goals. They are seriously evil and extremely rich and can hardly be called human.

    On one of the highest hilltops in Elbert County, Georgia stands a huge granite monument. Engraved in eight different languages on the four giant stones that support the common capstone are 10 Guides, or commandments. That monument is alternately referred to as The Georgia Guidestones, or the American Stonehenge. Though relatively unknown to most people, it is an important link to the Occult Hierarchy that dominates the world in which we live.

    THE MESSAGE OF THE GEORGIA GUIDESTONES

    Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature and obviously, their chosen method is to kill off the rest. Not exactly nice people. It would, of course, be a good idea for humanity to learn how to limit population growth and learn to live within the means of the resources we have on our planet.

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