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Tue Feb 12, 2019 7:45 am   



On Tuesday, February 12, 2019 at 12:19:39 AM UTC-5, jurb...@gmail.com wrote:
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"Might as well be enraged that grass grows and the sun rises, lol "

The sun doesn't rise. Our planet turns to see it. Also the sky is not blue. the blue you see is scattered light and the shorter wavelengths got scattered a little better. The sky is actually black. And inverted is not the same as 180º off phase and there is nothing supernatural.

Nothing, if it exists it is natural. And eating fat does not make you fat..


Sure it does. Eating too much fat will make you fat just like eating too much of any other food component will make you fat. Fat is the main food component that we eat far more than we need because it tastes so good.

Rick C.


Guest

Tue Feb 12, 2019 12:45 pm   



>"like eating too much of any other food component "

Sure. But they got the idiots believing that fat of any kind is bad and it goes straight to your waistline or inside your aorta, or whatever bullshit.


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Tue Feb 12, 2019 4:45 pm   



On Tuesday, February 12, 2019 at 6:36:47 AM UTC-5, jurb...@gmail.com wrote:
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"like eating too much of any other food component "

Sure. But they got the idiots believing that fat of any kind is bad and it goes straight to your waistline or inside your aorta, or whatever bullshit.


I know. No one ever points out that fats are essential nutrients, both saturated and unsaturated. It's just that you can't justify eating a pint of Häagen-Dazs by saying it contains "essential" nutrients. lol

Rick C.

bitrex
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Tue Feb 12, 2019 5:45 pm   



On 02/12/2019 10:11 AM, gnuarm.deletethisbit_at_gmail.com wrote:
Quote:
On Tuesday, February 12, 2019 at 6:36:47 AM UTC-5, jurb...@gmail.com wrote:
"like eating too much of any other food component"

Sure. But they got the idiots believing that fat of any kind is bad and it goes straight to your waistline or inside your aorta, or whatever bullshit.

I know. No one ever points out that fats are essential nutrients, both saturated and unsaturated. It's just that you can't justify eating a pint of Häagen-Dazs by saying it contains "essential" nutrients. lol

Rick C.


Instructions for making "health food" - if your product is "low fat"
jack up the sodium. If your product is "low sodium" jack up the fat

bitrex
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Tue Feb 12, 2019 5:45 pm   



On 02/12/2019 06:36 AM, jurb6006_at_gmail.com wrote:
Quote:
"like eating too much of any other food component"

Sure. But they got the idiots believing that fat of any kind is bad and it goes straight to your waistline or inside your aorta, or whatever bullshit.


The dangers of any particular food choices are likely far outweighed by
the dangers of a sedentary lifestyle/not enough exercise.

That is to say you can "get away" with a lot of perhaps questionable
food choices by keeping active and keeping one's weight down.

Salt is probably a larger danger for older people than fat. Most
American processed or restaurant/take out food is too salty.


Guest

Wed Feb 13, 2019 3:45 am   



On Tue, 12 Feb 2019 11:14:03 -0500, bitrex <user_at_example.net> wrote:

Quote:
On 02/12/2019 06:36 AM, jurb6006_at_gmail.com wrote:
"like eating too much of any other food component"

Sure. But they got the idiots believing that fat of any kind is bad and it goes straight to your waistline or inside your aorta, or whatever bullshit.


The dangers of any particular food choices are likely far outweighed by
the dangers of a sedentary lifestyle/not enough exercise.

That is to say you can "get away" with a lot of perhaps questionable
food choices by keeping active and keeping one's weight down.


It's a way to get rid of "empty calories" while getting the needed
nutrients.

Quote:
Salt is probably a larger danger for older people than fat. Most
American processed or restaurant/take out food is too salty.


Salt is only a danger to people with compromised heart or kidney
function (the two quite often go together). Everyone else just pisses
any excess out.


Guest

Wed Feb 13, 2019 8:45 pm   



Quote:
"Salt is only a danger to people with compromised heart or kidney
function (the two quite often go together). Everyone else just pisses any excess out. "


Actually the table salt they sell the stores has an anti-clumping agent in it that LOGICALLY is no good for you. The reason for this is that this agent they add so it stays free flowing accomplishes that by inhibiting its ability to combine with water. We;; it is a water soluble essential mineral. Yes, you CAN get sick from a sodium deficiency and in fact I knew someone who did. Her Husband had heart problems and they put him on a practically no sodium diet, and she ate with him. One day she passes out and the doctors can't figure out what happened. they did, but I guess it was like an episode of "House".

We are mostly water, though certain essential minerals are better found in fats, at least in more metabolisable form, most of them are water soluble.

Now this anti-clumping agent, it prevents the sodium chloride from combining with water, which is a necessary process for the body to use it properly. This agent in your body could possibly inhibit the proper metabolisation of other essential minerals.

Seems quite logical eh ?

Note that chefs use sea salt, not unrefined but at least with no frikken aluminum silicate in it. I use the unrefined shit which has all the minerals the body needs, if it is harvested from the right place. I am running out of it and don't know if I can get any more. I mean they sell it, supposedly but they can call ANY salt sea salt because it all came form the sea at some point. And if it doesn't specifically say unrefined it is not much better than table salt, except for the absence of that agent.

You don't necessarily need a kidney or heart problem to be salt sensitive. People vary in their body chemistry. Some people,not diabetics are somewhat sensitive to too much sugar. Others can drink sugar by the five pound bag and be just fine. My Mother is like that - but she can't eat pork. Go figure.

I am actually on diuretics because of impaired kidney/liver function. I can probably do without them but it seems if I want to drink beer I need them or I start retaining water. I have healed up significantly since the fall. Back then I was on the maximum dosage of diuretics that was safe and still they had to do a paracentesis on me almost once a week and drained 14 liters of fluid out of me. Now, the dosage is half and I haven't needed to be drained in over a year.

But they told me to lay off the salt. Well let me put it this way, if I was given a choice to give up beer or salt, the beer would be out. I almost can't eat without it. But my BP is low, and though I drink grease my cholesterol is low, 138/1.89. I don't REALLY drink grease but you know, I don't avoid it.

But all this what they tell you not to do, I do what I want. the day I can't do what I want I want a gun, or better yet a bottle of booze and a jar of sleeping pills. Don't want to add to the statistics y'know. They warned that I would be in terrible shape in a year if I didn't do what they say. Well it is a year later and I am in better shape than I was before the fall.

I watch the carbs, avoid sugar and anything hydrogenated, eat a salad almost every day, and MEAT. I am a stickler on having meat every day. I also refuse to eat the same thing two days in a row.

Everything I have read tells me one thing - diversity on what you at is the best thing. There is no one food that cures all, it takes a thousand of them.

How did we get here ? This is Usenet at its best. "Brave Cops Prevent Ano...." and we are talking salt and grease.

What other forum could we do this shit ?

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