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Health Brief #2: [Diet]

Started by Fren_, May 18, 2023, 11:57 PM

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Health Brief #2: [Diet]

Whenever I go to the supermarket I can't help but look at other people and what they bring to the checkout. It's very common to see (obese) people with their carts LOADED with all sorts of processed shit, those particularly guilty of this crime are singles mothers who have no real understanding of what constitutes a diet appropriate for the healthy development of their children and well-being of themselves and their families, and if they do then it certainly does not show with the "food" they buy.

It used to frustrate me when I would see such things, because I would think things like "do you not care about your health or that of your family?" and "are you THAT f@#king lazy as to buy this shit so you don't need to cook?!" and my mind would then wander to considering the deleterious consequences these dietary choices have on these individuals and society as a whole.

No wonder why our American frens are reluctant to embrace the idea of universal healthcare, why should THEIR taxes go towards subsidizing the poor lifestyle choices of other people who seem not to give a f@#k? But when I took a step back and tried to look at the situation objectively what I realized is that it's a bit more complicated, and that a large part of the problem wasn't that these people were intentionally making the wrong choices - but rather they were ignorant of the implicit consequences that their choices entailed!

In essence, most people who fill their trolleys up with shit don't have an understanding of basic nutrition or what constitutes an adequate diet, and it would only be fair to judge them for making the "wrong decisions" regarding what they eat if they did have that understanding to begin with and knowingly made those choices.

I know, I know, you may right now be inclined to bring up the extreme (but common) examples of land-whales roaming the market aisles with their trolleys loaded with confectionery, potato crisps, their x10 bottles of 2lt soda, their frozen processed pizza's & potato chips, and remind me that these people MUST know that what they are buying is not healthy. You're right, they know it's bad but they don't know how bad it is or why eating a diet of processed franken-food / goyslop is going to undermine their health and f@#king ruin them.

How did we get here?

In short? (((money))) took priority over health and so science-based nutritional guidelines were pozzed from their inception, these changes were first implemented in the USA where the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) concocted a set of nutritional guidelines in the shape of the Food Pyramid, it is known that this model of nutrition was taught throughout not just USA, but in other countries in the West, what isn't known however is that the influence of the lobbyists from big agribusiness had more to do with how the pyramid took shape than advice from health advisory bodies and dieticians. This had poor outcomes for children who would grow up believing that a diet which adhered to the food pyramid model was conducive to being healthy - as this was not the case.

Pictured Above: Food Pyramid promoted by USDA

Cholesterol: Ancel Keys "Scientific" Bogeyman

This wasn't the first time dietary misconceptions were propagated to advance private business interests, when Dwight D Eisenhower had a heart attack in 1955 the subject of coronary health came to the attention of the general public which prompted the necessity to find a scientific solution for a healthy heart. Queue Ancel Keys, an atheist researcher from the University of Minnesota who directed the Seven Countries Study, in this study Keys collected data on deaths from coronary heart disease and fat consumption from 22 countries. Despite the fact that 22 countries provided statistics, Keys cherry-picked the data from the 7 countries which supported his theory that animal fat was the main cause of coronary heart disease in order to publicize his opinions. The results of what later became known as the "Seven Countries Study" appeared to show that serum cholesterol was strongly related to coronary heart disease mortality both at the population and at the individual level. This is how Cholesterol became the bogey-man of nutrition, it was largely thanks to Ancel Keys.(1) Subsequent to this in 1973 the American Heart Association set the limit on saturated fat at 10%, and in 1977, and even though this number was arbitrarily conceived the US government followed suit.

'MyPlate' is USDA's 'Food Pyramid' 2.0

Pictured Above: MyPlate - the USDA's Food Pyramid 2.0

In 2011 after 19 years of USDA food pyramid diagrams propagating throughout America and with the health of Americans getting worse every year in spite of USDA dietary guidelines, it was time for a change, the food pyramid was quietly retired in favor of "new" dietary guidelines called 'MyPlate' published by the USDA's Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion. MyPlate was designed to be an improved version of the Food Pyramid, however in reality it was worse, unlike the Food Pyramid which was divided into six sections, MyPlate only have five:

Food Pyramid
1) Fats, Oils, and Sweets
2) Low-fat Dairy
3) Protein
4) Fruits
5) Vegetables
6) Carbohydrates

1) Fruits
2) Vegetables
3) Grains
4) Protein
5) Dairy

With MyPlate - the latest nutritional guidelines advocated by the USDA, Fats and Oils is nowhere to be seen! This war on (saturated) fat didn't come about due to health concerns, but instead as a convenient scapegoat for the REAL cause of most dietary induced diseases - INFLAMMATION.

Dietary Inflammation
and why it's killing you / subverting your health:

So what causes dietary inflammation? The main contributors in dietary inflammation are sugars and excess carbohydrates - especially refined carbs that have a high GI (Glycemic Index)(2), Trans fats(3), and sneed oils (omega-6 fatty acids, in corn oil, sunflower oil, and vegetable oils)(4), alcohol, as well as artificial preservatives and flavor enhancers e.g. MSG.

Sugars & Carbohydrates:

Carbohydrates are organic compounds that serve as a major source of energy for living organisms, they are broadly classified into three main types:

  • Monosaccharides: These are the simplest form of carbohydrates and cannot be broken down into smaller units. Examples include glucose, fructose, and galactose. Monosaccharides are the basic building blocks for larger carbohydrates.
  • Disaccharides: Disaccharides consist of two monosaccharide units linked together. Common examples include sucrose (glucose + fructose), lactose (glucose + galactose), and maltose (glucose + glucose). They are often found in foods like table sugar, milk, and malt beverages.
  • Polysaccharides: Polysaccharides are complex carbohydrates composed of multiple monosaccharide units linked together in long chains. They serve as storage and structural molecules. Examples include starch, glycogen, and cellulose. Starch is the main energy storage molecule in plants, while glycogen is the primary storage form in animals. Cellulose is a structural component of plant cell walls and is not digestible by humans.

The following videos give a brief explanation on how sugar is metabolized by the body, as well as how it causes inflammation:

Above: A 5 minute video explaining how sugar (glucose) is metabolized by your body
Above: A 6 minute video detailing how dietary inflammation from sugar causes damage to your arteries and cardiovascular system.

So when we consume carbohydrates they are broken down into glucose, which enters the bloodstream. The rise in blood glucose levels then triggers the release of insulin from the pancreas, insulin is the hormone that helps regulate blood sugar levels by facilitating the uptake of glucose into cells for energy and storage.

Now, the difference in the body's insulin response between simple carbohydrates and complex carbohydrates lies in their structure (as mentioned above), simple carbohydrates such as sugar (sucrose) or high-fructose corn syrup consists of the smaller molecules that are quickly broken down and digested faster (as mentioned previously, these are: Monosaccharides and Disaccharides). As a result of being rapidly broken down by the body into glucose, this leads to a rapid increase in blood sugar levels, in response to this rapid rise in blood glucose, the pancreas releases a LARGE amount of insulin to facilitate it's uptake into cells - it is THIS process which causes the spike in insulin levels which results in inflammation, followed by a subsequent drop in blood sugar which leads to craving more simple carbs and feelings of low energy (sugar crash).

Complex Carbohydrates, on the other hand, like those found in whole grains, legumes and fibrous vegetables (the fiber helps regulate and slow down the body's digestion of the sugars, that is why eating fruit is healthier than drinking fruit juice - because the fiber acts as a buffer), have a more complex structure. They contain longer chains of sugar molecules that take longer to break down during digestion, As a result, the release of glucose into the bloodstream is slower and more gradual, so the slower digestion and absorption process leads to a more moderate and steady increase in blood sugar levels. Consequently, the pancreas releases insulin in a more controlled manner, which avoids the large spike in blood insulin levels.

Sugars, starches and some types of dietary fibre are carbohydrates. Sugars include:
  • Glucose — in fruit, honey and some vegetables
  • Fructose — in fruit and honey
  • Sucrose — from sugar cane
  • Lactose — in all types of milk including breast milk
  • Maltose — in malted grains

Starches are also known as complex carbohydrates. Starches can be found in:
  • legumes
  • nuts
  • potatoes
  • rice
  • wheat
  • grains

Glycogen is also stored in muscles for muscle activity. Carbohydrates not used for energy or glycogen storage are converted to fat.(5) Understanding this difference in how the body responds to simple carbohydrates and complex carbohydrates, and choosing whole, unprocessed foods that provide a gradual release of glucose into the bloodstream - which have a lower Glycaemic index (GI), as opposed to spiking your insulin levels (which triggers an inflammatory response within the body) is key to having not only better health, but supporting and sustaining good levels of energy throughout the day.

Glycemic Index (GI) & Glycemic Load (GL):

The Glycemic Index was devised as a metric for determining how quickly and significantly a carbohydrate-containing food affects blood sugar levels. Foods with simple carbohydrates tend to have a higher glycemic index, causing a rapid spike in blood sugar, while foods with complex carbohydrates tend to have a lower glycemic index, leading to more gradual and sustained release of glucose into the bloodstream. The glycemic load (GL), on the other hand, takes into account both the quality (GI) and quantity of carbohydrates in a serving of food. Here's a concise explanation of the difference.
  • Glycemic Index (GI): The GI ranks carbohydrates on a scale from 0 to 100 based on how quickly they raise blood sugar levels compared to a reference food. High-GI foods (70 or above) cause a rapid spike in blood sugar, while low-GI foods (55 or below) have a more gradual impact. Examples of high-GI foods include white bread and sugary drinks, while low-GI foods include most fruits, vegetables, and whole grains.
  • Glycemic Load (GL): The GL takes into account both the GI of a food and the amount of carbohydrates it contains. It provides a more accurate measure of the actual impact of a food on blood sugar levels. GL is calculated by multiplying the GI of a food by the amount of carbohydrates in a serving and dividing it by 100. It provides a numerical value that indicates the overall glycemic impact of a serving of food. A GL of 10 or below is considered low, while a GL of 20 or above is considered high.

In summary, the GI measures how quickly a carbohydrate-containing food raises blood sugar, while the GL takes into account both the quality and quantity of carbohydrates in a serving. While the GI focuses solely on the speed of blood sugar response, the GL provides a more comprehensive view by considering both the quality and quantity of carbohydrates consumed. It is for this reason that the Glycemic Load is a better reference for determining the body's glucose response, since it is more comprehensive - if you are interested in learning more then please check out this article: [Here].

Trans fats & Sneed Oils:

Trans fats are found predominately in goyslop, i.e. fast food, fried foods, cookies, and donuts - they are a type of unhealthy fat that causes inflammation in the body, this is because trans fats found in goyslop are artificially created through a process called hydrogenation, which converts liquid oils into solid fats (so they have a longer shelf life). The resulting trans fats have a different structure than naturally occurring fats, and when consumed these trans fats trigger an inflammatory response in the body.

Specifically, trans fats have a detrimental of effect on cellular health, they have been shown to disrupt the normal functioning of cells and increase the production of pro-inflammatory chemicals and free radicals, in addition to this they also impair the function of endothelial cells that line blood vessels, leading to inflammation and reduced blood flow. A study published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology demonstrated a link between trans fat consumption and increased levels of interleukin-6 (IL-6), a pro-inflammatory marker.(6) Not only do these pro-inflammatory chemicals and free radicals damage the cardiovascular system, but they significantly increase the risk of getting various types of cancers.

Numerous studies have shown the negative effects of trans fats on inflammation, a study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that higher intake of trans fats was associated with increased levels of inflammatory markers such as C-reactive protein (CRP).(7) These many studies, coupled with the basic observation of the obese people who live off their trans fat-imbued goyslop is ample evidence that the shit is bad for you, if you're guilty of eating goyslop regularly, cut it down. I'm not saying to remove it completely from your life, but consider such things as a treat - it's best to only eat goyslop sparingly if you want to improve or optimize your health.

Unlike trans fats which are artificially created fats (via hydrogenation), sneed oils (vegetable oils, such as canola oil, soybean oil, and sunflower oil) are derived from plants and are typically liquid at room temperature. The modern diet in the (((West))) is pozzed by the amount of foods (and processed shit that pass for food - goyslop, goy-snacks, etc.) that are loaded with sneed oils (like the ones aforementioned), these sneed oils have been associated with negative health implications. This excess consumption of sneed (vegetable) oils harms peoples health due to their high content of omega-6 fatty acids and their potential for oxidation during cooking. The high intake of vegetable oils has been associated with increased inflammation, oxidative stress, and an imbalance between omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids, which contributes to various chronic diseases and cancers.(8 )

Above: A 11 minute video explaining just why Sneed Oil is pozzed

TL;DR: Summary - (The Zun Report)

  • A diet is something you have, not something you go on;
  • Health concepts like the 'Food Pyramid' (that you were likely taught in school) are pozzed and were designed to make money for big agriculture (which are owned by the rootless class) at the expense of your health;
  • Sugars are simple carbohydrates, simple carbohydrates spike your insulin levels because the body breaks them down faster - this causes inflammation, natural sources of sugar (fruits) have fiber which ac as a buffer. The best sources of carbohydrates are COMPLEX CARBOHYDRATES - but you should adjust you diet so you aren't eating too many carbohydrates - think about the food you eat in terms of macronutrients (i.e. protein, carbohydrates, and fats);
  • Sugar causes inflammation, it corrupts your gut microbiome (the bacteria in your gut) which makes you crave it more and alters your tastebuds so that REAL food that isn't goyslop doesn't taste good;
  • Sneed oils are in 90%+ of goyslop, fast-food and processed food = goyslop;
  • Saturated fat is actually good for you (within reason), foods that are marketed as fat-free are instead (generally) loaded with sugar, this excesses sugar causes inflammation, makes you insulin resistant, and the sugar gets CONVERTED into fat; and
  • Sneed oils are vegetable oils that are marketed as a healthy alternative to saturated fat - this isn't the case as they cause inflammation as well.

Above: Bonus video - How the Government Made You Fat (5 mins)

That concludes Health Brief #2: [Diet]. I hope by reading this post you've gained some useful information that will benefit of your health. If your diet is bad and you constantly crave goyslop, you need to change your gut microbiome (the bacteria in your gut that has a symbiotic relationship with you and affects your health, and even impacts your mental health) to stop the unhealthy cravings - you don't need to go all out, just start with the basics, first start removing the shit from your diet, don't go grocery shopping when you're hungry, if you don't buy shit food then you won't have it in your pantry / fridge / freezer  so then you can't be tempted because the option of eating the slop won't be there (the temptation won't exist). Take it step-by-step, day-by-day, that's perhaps the best practical advice I can give to supplement this information.

All the best Frens, look after your health - because you're worth caring about and the government / serpent priests sure as f!@k aren't going to be of much assistance in this regard. Thank you for your attention, frens.<3

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- Fren_

>No wonder why our American frens are reluctant to embrace the idea of universal healthcare

>4) Fruits
>5) Vegetables


dont eat that