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Re: Salubrious Living - Do we need it?
« Reply #15 on: 05 September 2017 at 10:01 »
Silicon Valley exec Phil Libin doesn’t eat for eight days at a time and says he’s never felt healthier

A SILICON Valley boss lost 40kg after eight months of intermittent fasting, and says that’s only one benefit he has found using the hot new trend.

Extract: “Getting into fasting is definitely one of the top two or three most important things I’ve done in my life.”

Mr Libin said he had his doubts when he first heard of the concept, but was willing to give it a try and was glad he did.

“The first day I felt so hungry I was going to die. The second day I was starving. But I woke up on the third day feeling better than I had in 20 years,” he said.

Chief executive of biohacking and nootropics company HVMN Geoffrey Woo said participants got the most out of the trend when combining fasting with tracking of vitals like body composition, blood glucose and ketones — a compound produced when the body burns fat for energy or fuel.

“You would think that after seven days of not eating you would be totally distracted and hunting for food, but at around the two- or three-day mark hunger tapers off as ketone levels are elevating. You are feeding your brain and body with an alternative fuel source.”

Mr Woo added ketones are a super-fuel for the brain.

“So a lot of the subjective benefits to fasting, including mental clarity, are down to the rise in ketones in the system,” he said.
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Re: Salubrious Living - Do we need it?
« Reply #16 on: 26 December 2019 at 18:05 »
<a href=";ArnoldDeVries-SalubriousLiving.pdf" target="_blank">;ArnoldDeVries-SalubriousLiving.pdf</a>

As a Creator (a little about me) I always strive to live salubriously. It's definitely hard with a job that has me on the road as much as I am. But I do believe that we should keep ourselves as healthy as possible, especially with the climax of the RaHoWa approaching. That's way I make sure I perform at least 30 minutes 6 to 7 times a week of strenuous exercising. My diet is primarily fruit, nuts and seed; but will eat fish or crustaceans for a little more protein intake. Unfortunately after 35 years plus of appalling eating habits, I have to fight my sweet tooth daily.

I totally understand that Salubrious Living tends to be a sensitive subject for some Creators. Even our great Founder Ben Klassen claimed it was important but it wasn't the most important issue at the present moment. From my understanding of our books, Salubrious Living is more for the future generations and our main concern is to straighten out the White Man's thinking. Because if we can't convert the White Race to the correct mindset, we won't have a future to worry about health of our race.

I'm really not posting to sway any Creator to what they should or shouldn't eat, even though the healthier person is more prepared for what life throws at them. The reason for my post is to warn our Brothers and Sisters who choose to strive for a healthy diet. When choosing food use your good judgment and common sense, just because "they" tell us it's healthy food remember that "they" tend to be our enemies. Here's a perfect example with this article.

DOCTOR: Burger King’s ‘Impossible Burger’ Has 18 Million Times More Estrogen Than Regular Whopper

Burger King's Impossible Burger may cause men to grow breasts.

December 24, 2019

A doctor recently broke down the facts behind Burger King’s vegan Impossible Burger, discovering that it may not be a healthier option when it comes to caloric or protein intake, and that it has a whopping 18 million times more estrogen than a standard Whopper.

Writing for, Dr. James Stangle explains the chemical process used to create Burger King’s Impossible Burger, and alludes to the possibility that the engineered vegetable burger may be less healthy than a regular Whopper.

Stangle starts by noting that the Impossible Burger clocks in at 630 calories “mostly from the added oils,” compared to the original Whopper’s 660.

“So, about 5% less calories, this is not a huge improvement,” wrote Stangle.

Stangle goes on to explain that the Impossible Burger’s protein, though seemingly only three grams lower than the regular Whopper, is not equal to animal protein:

The impossible whopper has 25 grams of protein. The whopper has 28 grams. Seems pretty equal, only 11% less protein in the impossible whopper. However, not all proteins are created equal. There are 20 amino acids. Nine of which are essential, meaning your body cannot make them so they are required in the diet. Each of those essential amino acids must meet a certain level to make a complete protein profile. If any essential amino acid does not hit the required amount, it is said to be rate limiting. As an analogy, picture nine chains connected in a line. All of the chains need to lift 100 pounds to carry the load. If one chain can only support 50 pounds, it doesn’t matter how much the others can support. The 50 pound chain is the rate limiting chain.

The doctor goes on to explain the process used to make the Impossible Burger have the look of meat, writing that the beef-like appearance of the vegetable-based burger is a product of genetic engineering.

According to Stangle, the red appearance of the vegetable patty comes from genetically splicing a soybean and yeast:

The bacterial enzyme that binds the nitrogen is damaged by the presence of oxygen so the bacterium makes the leghemoglobin to bind oxygen to keep it out of the way. To make enough leghemoglobin to add to the impossible whopper, scientists spliced the gene for leghemoglobin into yeast. They can grow the yeast easily and separate the leghemoglobin and add it to the impossible whopper. So the impossible whopper is technically a genetically modified organism (GMO).

Finally, the doctor explains the radically high amount of estrogen featured in each burger.

“The impossible whopper has 44 mg of estrogen and the whopper has 2.5 ng of estrogen,” wrote Stangle. “That means an impossible whopper has 18 million times as much estrogen as a regular whopper.”

He went on to compare the level of estrogen in the Impossible Burger to soy milk, writing that eating four of the vegetable burgers daily would result in a human male growing breasts:

Just six glasses of soy milk per day has enough estrogen to grow boobs on a male. That’s the equivalent of eating four impossible whoppers per day. You would have to eat 880 pounds of beef from an implanted steer to equal the amount of estrogen in one birth control pill.

In short, the Impossible Burger is a genetically modified organism filled with calorie-dense oils that can make a man grow breasts if eaten in sufficient quantity.

The standard Whopper, of course, is “a ¼ lb* of savory flame-grilled beef topped with juicy tomatoes, fresh lettuce, creamy mayonnaise, ketchup, crunchy pickles, and sliced white onions on a soft sesame seed bun,” according to Burger King.

In Australia

 * Burger King is known as Hungry Jack's.
 * The Impossible Whopper is known as the Rebel Whopper.

The vegetarian beef process in Australia was developed by different companies than those operating in the US. However, would you as a man choose to run the risk growing tits?

I urge every White Man, Woman, and Child to do your part and save our beautiful White Race. Stand up and fight in the Racial Holy War, become a Creator today.


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