veggie vegan omni ital? whats your diet and hows it relate to your dreadiness (if at all)
Dreads and Diets
You folks need to stop quoting my insano-long posts lol. It's becoming annoying to scroll through them.The details of the Okinawan diet are not really important, nor possible to even verify with 100% accuracy. The paper I have read is one specifically researching the lifespan effect and it states a mere 20 grams of fish per day. It doesn't really matter. The monthly festival meat eating took care of their B-12, considering these were probably pastured animals they most likely also got their DHA/EPA from there. Either way this is a very low meat diet even if we consider the monthly festival thing a massive binge. Even if the average Okinawan consumed 1 kg of meat during this time, that's still only 35 grams or so of meat per day.Even when assuming the best possible scenario, the Okinawans most likely got less then the RDA of B-12. Omega-3 is much harder to estimate, because their crops might have contained more ALA then is normal for crops that were researched. Either way, it's very improbable they got more then 2 grams of omega-3 per day, and pretty much all of that was ALA. You should also consider that you need more then the Okinawans, considering your probably a really big westerner, and the Okinawans were atleast a half a foot shorter on average. If you're a cute little 5 foot girl then it's obviously not an issue.And whatever you watched can most likely only be considered a documentary in the broadest sense of the word. Considering you mentioned the crock of shit that is dietary curing of cancer, I'd say you're a pretty impressionable person. Even if someone spontaneously cures from cancer it is not a freaking miracle and diet might not have much to do with it. Caloric restriction is one thing that is literally proven to slow down cancer growth, not some magical holistic pixie dust and fairy farts juicing diet.We can't eat meat that's free of toxins. The argument wheter meat was healthy before the industrial revolution is a useless one. What if we could eat vegetables that contain B-12, EPA and DHA? See? Stupid argument, it doesn't exist so there's no point to go through a whole "what-if" scenario.And government grain pushing and grain subsidizing has nothing to do with insurance. It's because grain can support the largest population, if everyone refused to eat anything but grass-fed beef and healthy crops there would be a massive food crisis. Governments consider the population cattle for tax revenue generation, and as such they want the largest herd of cattle that can be supported and feeding them grain is the best way to do it. You don't need people living till 80, they only work until 65 anyway. You should thank the government, because most of the world is hooked on grains you can get healthy foods far cheaper then they should be, even considering they're 4 times as expensive due to taxation.The inuit die before 50. How many times do I have to say this? People that die early ALWAYS get less cancer, heart disease and whatnot. These are diseases that only become epidemics in countries were people live to see 70. You cannot compare a people that lives until 50 with a population that lives until 70. Most of the diseases happen during the 51-70 years of life, not during the first 50. Some inuit that gets crushed by a walrus at age 35 might have developed heart disease at 46, you simply cannot tell anything about the effect of their diet on heart disease and cancer. And like I said, they don't smoke or live near factories either. Singling out the diet as the only factor to their health even if they were healthy is making very bad assumptions. Please tell me that you understand this now. Tribes in Africa don't get alot of cancer either, why don't we analyze their diet? The average aids-infested slum doesn't have a lot of heart disease, why don't we analyze their diet? It's bad fucking science to do so, that's why.