Diets are TREATMENTS being touted as CURES: This is why they ALWAYS fail
Speaking as a former type 2 diabetic, who has lost 60 pounds, I disagree. The real problem is the unhealthy government food pyramid and processed foods. Switching to keto/intermittent fasting (lunch and dinner only, no snacks) not only allows me to control my blood sugar levels without medication, but has made it easy to keep the weight off.
I also make a point of going for a walk every day and getting enough sleep.
"Leap No. 6 seeks to reverse autoimmune diseases and chronic inflammation. "
Amazing to me that once again there is no search for cause & not a single study of Bayer's own genetically engineered crops with novel proteins that express pesticides in every cell of the plant.
What happens to human gut bacteria on a diet of corn engineered to eat through the soft tissue of insects? Human health and safety tests have never been done.
Rockefeller - Gates Monsanto cabal made us a population wide feeding study decades ago. Folks not alarmed over our diets of herbicides and novel proteins, ask what the lab animals are eating.
Nice folks at Bayer who care about cures!
The Guardian, Friday 23 May 2003
A division of the German pharmaceutical company Bayer knowingly sold blood-clotting agents infected with HIV to Asia and Latin America months after withdrawing them from Europe and the US, an American newspaper claimed yesterday.
Cutter Biological continued to dump stocks of the factor VIII blood-clotting agent for haemophiliacs on poor countries for nearly a year after introducing a safer alternative, the report in the New York Times said. https://web.archive.org/web/20130827033404/https://www.theguardian.com/world/2003/may/23/aids.suzannegoldenberg
Big Food and Big Pharma sponsored by governments throughout the world have contributed to the obesity crisis. Take a look a beach scene in the 1960’s and spot the overweight people! The government advice on diet is catastrophically wrong. Type 2 diabetes has become a pandemic due to the over consumption of carbohydrates and sugar as per the food pyramid. The keto programme or at least a controlled carb intake with protein and healthy fats isn’t a diet but a healthy lifestyle that works. Mass obesity is a relatively new condition.
🤯 + 😱, Walter. Speaking from experience and seeing others of my ailment/s change and struggle over time, I think it might be significant to look at long-term corticosteroid use as one potential trigger? Metabolically one’s body is never the same (I endured very high doses for seven or more years). Thank you for your brilliant persistence. 🙏You were great on gigaohm with JJC last night!! Absolutely love to see y’all riff off each other.
you are in the wrong business my man ... you look out for human beings, so no cigar for you in this world ... am sure you will be first in line in the next one :-)
I agree with your hypothesis. I started dieting (to be quite underweight) at age 16 and have had to eat reduced calories for 30 years-like 1000-1200 a day. I can not eat what normal people eat, or I will gain 50 pounds. I also had a strong reaction to my husband getting the covid vaccine (legs feet went numb).
I would love to know how it can be managed?
Give me any obese person and with a combination keto and carb cycling diet, light exercise, sleep hygiene, nutraceuticals and regaining gut homeostasis along w/ (re)introduction of beneficial microbes like Pendulum Akkermansia I can cure anyone's obesity.
It is not diet as much as lifestyle and mindset recalibration. I have personally cured obese people, so long as they were were willing to change.
Certainly NOT an incurable disease. Far from it.
Walter, you cannot jump to that conclusion based on one paper by a surgeon! You are correct in saying this: "it is the induction of DYSREGULATION." Yes, submolecular dysregulation. Autoimmune processes, depending on the tissue being targeted and the amount of irreversible destruction of the tissue before it is diagnosed, can be reversed. Obesity can be reversed. Knowing that diet is only a part of the answer. I do not have time to go into this but you just ignored quantum physics, deutenomics and so much other great wisdom. It comes down to mitochondrial dysfunction as a result of submolecular dysregulation!
This is a graduate course at the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam.
Just watched the JJC Gigaholm stream on twitch from last night. Excellent on both sides from you and Johnathan. The dots are all connecting and the whole picture is forming. As he surmised at the end your research on Obesity will tie in more dots for the background leading to 2020 I am sure. Far too long with specialty medicine the body functions and related disease have been compartmentalized causing a cascade of disease missed or treated incorrectly by not seeing the whole body connection.
Read Jason Fung MD. IF and reversing insulin resistance is the ONLY thing that works. That’s it.
Diet definitely plays a major role. I've been slim my whole life [with effort and not 'easily' after puberty hit] except for when I was pregnant with my daughter and during the months I was breast feeding. Obesity is definitely genetically dominant on my mother's side of the family which keeps me in check with my eating habits. My daughter's paternal AND maternal side is majority obese but her father and herself stayed slim under my strict dietary roof until she married a hefty guy with poor diet habits and within three years of consuming his diet she became obese. :( She now struggles just to maintain being chubby and I'm very concerned about her long-term health and longevity.
One thing with my body type I've learned over the years [I'm 56 right now], is that I can eat all of the fish, veggies, fruits, proteins, fats I want and maintain a very slender, fit body, but if I introduce bread/grains/processed sugars into my diet for any regular length of time the pounds they start a comin' and I instantly back off but I definitely have my weaknesses which I can allow myself once in a while as long as it never becomes a regular thing.
I make my own milk kefir every other week and put that in my veggie dressing and I highly recommend it [if you like buttermilk or plain yogurt you'll love milk kefir].
Walter, I get what you are trying to say, but not sure I agree with you. People can change their metabolism to be healthier. Their metabolism does not have a memory like the immune system does. But their diet/lifestyle can put these people in an unhealthy or healthy metabolism and this can change and be fixed once they understand what they need to do for their individual circumstances.
The battle is not Obesity. Obesity is a word used to describe a constellation of symptoms.
The battle you are probably referring to is the mind or mindset needed to get and remain in a healthy metabolism. That is a chronic issue.
If it was easy in today's society then everyone would be in perfect shape.
But as others have already mentioned, the powers that be who control most of the communication on these issues has been wrong more than right. Sounds eerily similar to other health issues.....
I’m a health coach and I’ve had incredible success (nearly 100%)with keto diets for anyone having a metabolic condition. Obesity is due in part to the absurdity of dieting, when it’s a lifestyle issue. You have to tackle the stress issue first and heal the body. Yes, you can heal if you understand how excessive stress causes hormone imbalances and poor decision making. I don’t agree that it can’t be reversed, since it’s mainly a behavior issue.
It’s so true! I saw your conversation with J yesterday, and it immediately made sense. I noticed that on myself, and how the fact that I grew up on a Mediterranean diet (in Israel) makes me physically incapable of eating certain things in large quantities, even if I’ve learned to enjoy them… my body rejects them. And if I listen to my body, I often hear “salad,” or “fish.” It’s so logical, it makes it almost surprising no one has put it together…
Seems like obesity is a lot like being a drug addict, and how it’s a lifelong battle
Watch you tube videos from Dr Rob Cywes on carbohydrate addiction and insulin. I started the Carnivore diet one month ago today and it’s going great. No cravings and legit weight loss. It’s the easiest thing I have ever done with food thus far. It was recommended to me by a top sleep apnea doctor who did a lot of research on it.
dadamo.com already published this in 2009 (gatherer & warrior genotype)