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Interest In Vegan Diets On The Rise: Google Trends Notes Public's Increased Curiosity In Veganism

Commented Apr 8, 2013 at 07:27:01 in Healthy Living

“Go back and actually LOOK at the inuit study. It was done on Inuit eating a modern diet. And what is wrong with eating animal blood? It is done all over the world. We call it gravy. Koreans,Okinawans and other asians add blocks of congealed animal blood to their soups. Many cultures make blood sausages. I dont know of any purely vegan cultures”

Belgian Beer on Apr 8, 2013 at 15:09:12

“There are *many* studies of the Inuit. You should read about the frozen Inuit mummies: the 15th century Qilakitsoq mummy and the mummies from nearly a millennium before that. In both cases, they were found to have atherosclerosis. You can't blame Wonderbread for that.”
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Interest In Vegan Diets On The Rise: Google Trends Notes Public's Increased Curiosity In Veganism

Commented Apr 8, 2013 at 00:20:18 in Healthy Living

“Humans have developed very efficient claws and incisors, they are called tools. Humans are very efficient predators. What other animal do you know can take down its prey several body lengths away from it without touching it?”
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Interest In Vegan Diets On The Rise: Google Trends Notes Public's Increased Curiosity In Veganism

Commented Apr 5, 2013 at 13:45:24 in Healthy Living

“Please begin.”

arunsjunk on Apr 5, 2013 at 15:52:38

“Four score and seven years ago there existed a Paleo dieter. He died soon after.”
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Interest In Vegan Diets On The Rise: Google Trends Notes Public's Increased Curiosity In Veganism

Commented Apr 5, 2013 at 13:43:35 in Healthy Living

“Your postion is bankrupt.My question is a simple one and if your tenets were true about the suitability of a vegan diet for humans, it should be very easy to answer. I dont expect to change peoples intellects where such an emotional committment is evident. But fact are facts. Its amazing how you dance around them”
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Interest In Vegan Diets On The Rise: Google Trends Notes Public's Increased Curiosity In Veganism

Commented Apr 5, 2013 at 13:37:08 in Healthy Living

“More fuzzy and hysterical thinking. Animal foods in are not the factor in the modern diet that are responsible for the epidemices of modern diseases. This is another case of vegan/peta misdirection. In the last century, the use of animal foods especially animal fats has declined. The macro nutrients that have increased coincidently with the increase of modern diseases are refined carbohydrates, and vegetable seed oils. Pesticides and GMO appply to plants. If animal foods caused disease, native populations that consume large amts of animal foods should be rife with heart disease and cancer. IN FACT the opposite is true.Doctors, explorers and missionaries encountering these peoples for the first time universally noted a virtual absence of all modern diseases until they started eating modern foods. i.e. white flour, sugar and vegetable oils. Again answer the question ?Why are there no examples in a human vegan diet in the natural world?”

Rob1964 on Apr 5, 2013 at 20:26:27

“100% sugar and refined carbs (pasta bread etc) all lead to inflammation and modern diseases.”

BeerLover on Apr 5, 2013 at 13:49:39

“Hey....what's your "beef?"  Just keep eating it....ok?  Good for you? Oh wait....I know, I know what you're digging for.   "you're right"....and I'm wrong.  Now how bout you go out and git yourself a nice big TEXAS steak...k?”
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Interest In Vegan Diets On The Rise: Google Trends Notes Public's Increased Curiosity In Veganism

Commented Apr 5, 2013 at 13:26:05 in Healthy Living

“If veganism were at all proper or natural for man, if man has naturally evolved to eat a plant based diet, why are there no examples of veganism in human cultures living in their natural states? If veganism were the best most efficient,most natural way for humans to live we would see it in nature. In FACT the opposite is true,. If we observe man in his most natural state, that of the hunter-gatherer, we see examples of diets that have evolved over millenia. HG'S get on average 70% of their calories from animal sources. some like the masai, inuit and plains indians get/got almost %100 of their calories from animal sources. . Doctors, explorers and missionaries encountering these peoples for the first time universally noted a virtual absence of all modern diseases until they started eating modern foods. i.e. white flour, sugar and vegetable oils.”

Rob1964 on Apr 7, 2013 at 10:55:16

“It is amazing Beer Lover argued that we evolved eating meat, but that now we don't need it - face palm.
It is true that we don't have evidence of all cultures but every culture that we do have evidence for has eaten meat.
It is astounding the desperate measures some veg*ns will go.”

I-US on Apr 6, 2013 at 10:56:23

“What an ABSURD idea that because we have evidence for one thing, the lack of evidence for another thing proves its nonexistence. I have to be honest...anybody who believes that we have a complete historical record of all human communities or that we have even a partial record of what early cultures ate is so far removed from reality that it's sad. And paleontology and archaeology are reliant upon observational studies.

And, yeah, absence of evidence is not evidence of absence is "really true." It's argumentum ad ignorantium and de rigeuer from some of you here.”

Joseph Shmoseph on Apr 5, 2013 at 15:08:52

“If you feel that way, then you must reject all aspects of modern life: vaccines, indoor plumbing, electricity, any flesh, eggs, or milk derived from domesticated animals, any cultivated vegetables -- the works.

On the other hand, you can enjoy the wonderful fact that after thousands of years of various human cultures embracing a vegetarian diet, we have now evolved to the point where one can embrace a vegan diet.”

I-US on Apr 5, 2013 at 13:41:51

“Again, absence of evidence is not evidence of absence. You're clinging to the notion that because we don't have a contemporary example of something--and by the way, we have millions of people in the US alone who are thriving on a vegan diet--doesn't mean it has never existed in the past or cannot exist in the present or future.”
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Interest In Vegan Diets On The Rise: Google Trends Notes Public's Increased Curiosity In Veganism

Commented Apr 5, 2013 at 12:45:07 in Healthy Living

“Answer the question. If veganism is natural and proper for man there should be many examples of native vegans cultures or societies. Please name ONE”

arunsjunk on Apr 6, 2013 at 20:08:36

“@ sumosog

You have yet to address the questions regarding your favorite company Exponent Inc.. Interesting, no?”

seumasog on Apr 6, 2013 at 20:01:10

“@ arunsjunk: "pancyan ... there's a name for your type of fallacial argument."

There's a name for your type of argument: "illiterate".”

seumasog on Apr 6, 2013 at 19:58:15

“@ pancyan: "Your postion is bankrupt.My question is a simple one "

Don't hold your breath waiting for an answer from I-US. She's VERY good at evasion and changing the subject, and "casuistry" is her middle name.”

Tigerboy on Apr 6, 2013 at 00:20:49

“You don't look at the bigger picture. We are primates. Primates eat mostly plants. Just because man probably exploited more omnivorous diets whilst expanding into colder climates, it doesn't mean those diets were ideal for his longevity. You look at a small window of human experience (homo sapiens, whilst surviving ice ages and expanding his habitat out of Africa and into more arctic areas) and decide that's the entire story. We split with chimpanzees 7 million years ago. Chimps are over 95% vegan. Gorillas are 98% vegan! Primates, overwhelmingly, eat plants. Some 300 primate species, and virtually every last one eats the majority of it's calories from plants. We are PRIMATE. Chimps eat meat during times of drought, yet it's a TINY fraction of their diet. No one knows how much meat we were eating 2 million years ago, or 1 million years ago, but there's a good chance that we ate like our closest primate relatives do. Meat as "emergency" survival food. Meat might be required to survive in arctic climes, but it isn't necessarily the healthiest choice for our longevity! Nor is it necessarily the best choice when one lives right down the street from a well-stocked Whole Foods grocery store. Our teeth, jaws and digestive tracts show that we should be plant-eaters.”

Rob1964 on Apr 5, 2013 at 20:16:37

“Don't expect an answer, just blind adherence to their belief that like the Holy Grail they will be found...LOL”

arunsjunk on Apr 5, 2013 at 14:38:29

“pancyan ... there's a name for your type of fallacial argument. It's variation of an appeal to nature. In other words, X is good because X is natural. Your argument is just the negation of that statement, i.e., Since Y is unnatural, Y is not good.”

I-US on Apr 5, 2013 at 13:52:08

“Actually my position is one of reason. Tell me how you would go about knowing every culture on this planet from 200,000 years ago--the emergence of homo sapiens sapiens--to today. Once you recognize the impossibility of such a feat, you might be able to let go of the absurdity that you can also acquire written records of every thing those cultures ever ate.”

pancyan on Apr 5, 2013 at 13:43:35

“Your postion is bankrupt.My question is a simple one and if your tenets were true about the suitability of a vegan diet for humans, it should be very easy to answer. I dont expect to change peoples intellects where such an emotional committment is evident. But fact are facts. Its amazing how you dance around them”

I-US on Apr 5, 2013 at 13:14:09

“That's not how this works. Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence.”
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Interest In Vegan Diets On The Rise: Google Trends Notes Public's Increased Curiosity In Veganism

Commented Apr 5, 2013 at 11:02:14 in Healthy Living

“Then why are there NO vegan cultures or societies? This is all of human history. The self complacent arrogance is astounding. We humans have been doing it wrong for the last 2.5 milion years. Answer the question. If veganism is most natural for man why are there no vegan cultures, why has one never been observed?”

Belgian Beer on Apr 6, 2013 at 00:24:18

“"If veganism is most natural for man..."

The concept of "most natural for man" is specious, antiquated metaphysics. You sound like a 19th century priest. If you want to live like a cave man, then live a like a cave man. But don't dress up your preference for a stone age lifestyle in the garb of metaphysical pretension.

If you want to discuss *health*, and what's a more *healthy* diet, then you can have a more objective discussion.”

seajewel on Apr 5, 2013 at 23:15:58

“Let's start one and find out what happens. A lot of things are not natural like indoor plumbing and human rights but we have them now and that's a good thing. Soon animals will have their rights and history will have evolved once again.”

I-US on Apr 5, 2013 at 12:19:40

“The idea that we know every culture in every place throughout all of history is actually a form of "self complacent arrogance." It's a claim to historical omniscience that is unwarranted. We humans have achieved successful levels of reproduction.”

BeerLover on Apr 5, 2013 at 11:40:45

“The answer is in my FIRST sentence..... you know.... where man was evolving....hunting....and he had to eat meat to survive long periods of time WITHOUT FOOD!!!!!  Most cultures eat mostly vegetables and complex carbs with their meals...... except the fat ones of course......that would be the United States.  Veganism..... i don't know......but I believe humans were meant to be VEGETARIANS...... but can tolerate meat in case of long periods without food.  Shall I continue to explain?”
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Interest In Vegan Diets On The Rise: Google Trends Notes Public's Increased Curiosity In Veganism

Commented Apr 5, 2013 at 10:57:53 in Healthy Living

“The intestinal length argument is a false one, a vegan myth. Intestinal length is irrelevant, more important is intestinal and digestive function. Multistage fermentation is an herbivores primary digestive function. Thats why a cow has 4 stomachs. An herbivore has to eat constantly as their diet of grasses and plants is not nutrient dense. They spit up their cud and redigest it multiple times. Bacterial action converts a nutrient sparse diet into a high fat (short chain saturated fatty acids) one. Herbivores cannot go for extended periods without eating. Does this sound like the human digestive system?”

I-US on Apr 5, 2013 at 12:17:10

“Not all herbivores are ruminants.”

BeerLover on Apr 5, 2013 at 11:43:32

“Not sure if you're right...... but there is NO nutrition in today's meat that benefits man; it only hurts him with chronic diseases and cancer.   Why do humans NEED to go expended periods of time without food?  That is no longer necessary to survive.  You just go on eating your beef and pork.... Bayer and DuPont..... and of course, Monsanto thank you too (they provide the delicious GMO and pesticide soaked feed)”
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Interest In Vegan Diets On The Rise: Google Trends Notes Public's Increased Curiosity In Veganism

Commented Apr 5, 2013 at 06:47:23 in Healthy Living

“There are a lot more ex vegans than there are vegans. It is just a stylish fad. We hear about some celebrity like Natalie Portman,Angelina Jolie, Gwyenneth Paltrow, adopting a vegan diet but we dont hear about when they start listening to the 911 calls their bodies are sending them and they drop the noble experiment. I always say this one of the most damning pieces of evidence against a vegan diet is the fact that it simply does not exist in nature.If we observe man in his most natural state, that of the hunter-gatherer, we see examples of diets that have evolved over millenia allowing man to most efficiently adapt to his environment. HG'S on average get 70% of their calories from animal sources. some like the masai, inuit and plains indians get/got almost %100 of their calories from animal sources. Doctors, explorers and missionaries encountering these peoples for the first time universally noted a virtual absence of all modern diseases until they started eating modern foods. i.e. white flour, sugar and vegetable oils.All of the biological,historical, nutritional, social and economic arguments for a vegan diet are false. The proponents of veganism wrongly point to animal products as the cause of the modern degenerative disease epidemic. The use of various animal products including fats has remained the same or actually declined during the last century. The use of sugars, white flour, added chemicals and vegetable oils has increased dramatically.”

Jeanne Duvall on Jan 22, 2014 at 15:07:41

“Angelina Jolie is obviously not vegan. Seeing photos walking with her kids clutching a bag of Cheetos indicates she is not a vegan or even a health minded mother.”

jlizkenn on Apr 6, 2013 at 16:43:17

“It sounds like you're assuming most ex-vegans stepped off because their bodies start falling apart. The ex-vegan population includes everyone who tried it for a week as as a weight-loss kick and gave up when gardenburgers, beer, and waffle fries didn't melt away the pounds. It also includes every guy whose vegan girlfriend broke up with him and who is once again in charge of his own meals. It also includes people who threw in the towel because of how discouraging it was to have to bring all their own food with them to every family holiday gathering. It also includes people who got tired of having to pay restaurants 18 dollars for "veganized" risotto that was little more than a bowl of flavored rice. It also includes people who went back to vegetarian because they missed diner pancakes and half-n-half in their coffee, but will try it again in another year or so.”

Aelfgifu1 on Apr 6, 2013 at 14:16:26

“This is a major critique of people who look to our ancestors to plan their present day diets. Paleolithic people, for example, didn't know anything about fats, proteins, carbs, vitamins, minerals. They knew that if they didn't eat something they starved to death. Throughout the middle ages in Europe, most people were malnourished due to their diets of "eat whatever we can get our hands on" because whatever they could get their hands on wasn't very much and it wasn't a balanced diet.

Today we may not know everything about nutrition, but we certainly know more than our ancestors. And in the US, at least, we are better positioned to make choices about our food that ensures we get all the nutrients we need without the negative effects associated with eating foods that are bad for us, others, or the planet. If your protein option is tofu vs. beef, the healthier option is tofu. If your protein options are beef or starve to death, the healthier option is beef. After all, evolution only dictates that a person live long enough to reproduce and continue the species. They can be malnourished up until that point and the human race will still survive.”

Aelfgifu1 on Apr 6, 2013 at 14:15:59

“Post 1: Your premise is faulty. "Why are there no vegan societies?" is not a valid question. What you are doing is known as an anachronism. In order to make this premise, you need to assume that every single society that has ever existed on Earth knows everything that there is to be known about human diet and nutrition.

Unfortunately for your argument, this is simply not true. In our culture, we know that people need to eat a balanced diet of certain nutrients in order to be 100% healthy. Take macronutrients for example - we need a balanced diet of protein, healthy fats, and carbohydrates. When we plan our meals, we have the means to know enough to take those amounts into account. We also have an abundance of food which allows us to decide which foods we want to eat to fulfill our daily nutritional requirements.

Not only did historical peoples and societies NOT know this about nutrition, the vast majority of them right up until the mid-twentieth century lived on subsistence diets. Many cultures still live on subsistence diets today. They did not have the opportunity, the means, or the knowledge to plan their diets based on what we know about diet and nutrition today. It was simply impossible. Furthermore, if it comes down to eating something or not, chances are the human is going to eat something - especially if missing a meal puts you one more step closer to starvation.”

BryantKidd on Apr 6, 2013 at 06:14:34

“lol.. your such a tool”

Belgian Beer on Apr 6, 2013 at 00:11:19

“"HG'S on average get 70% of their calories from animal sources. some like the masai, inuit and plains indians get/got almost %100 of their calories from animal sources."

Yes, the Inuit, who suffer from atherosclerosis, osteoporosis, and short lifespans. Who wouldn't want to be like them? And the Masai, another beloved favorite of the Paleo/WAPF crowd. Wow, we've ever heard of that example before. Let's all drink cows blood. I mean, it's natural, after all.”

Margaretrc on Apr 5, 2013 at 19:28:49

“Spot on. Fanned and faved. :)”

pancyan on Apr 5, 2013 at 13:45:24

“Please begin.”

Joseph Shmoseph on Apr 5, 2013 at 13:39:13

“"There are a lot more ex vegans than there are vegans."

Citation, please.”

theonlylivingmoderate on Apr 5, 2013 at 13:15:51

“You're so misinformed I don't even know where to begin...”

Ursula2007 on Apr 5, 2013 at 10:23:37

“"There are a lot more ex-vegans than there are vegans." What??? On what are you basing that ridiculous statement? I don't count as "vegans" celebrities or other dilettantes who try out a mode of eating for a week or month.”

BeerLover on Apr 5, 2013 at 09:31:35

“The reason there were hunters in the past...... is because without meat, they would starve, so they had to eat it to sustain themselves.

We are no longer in that situation.

Also, animals who eat meat.... have shorter intestines in general......ours are SUPER long for a meat diet.”

Ryan Lewis on Apr 5, 2013 at 08:54:40

“I am a vegan bodybuilder, and since adopting a vegan diet five years ago I am now as healthy as I have ever been. I can vouch that your point is complete bs.”
<em>U.S. News</em> Ranks Best And Worst Diets For Heart Health

U.S. News Ranks Best And Worst Diets For Heart Health

Commented Jan 14, 2013 at 13:16:25 in Healthy Living

“No, actually many of Campbells critics are, lioke myself, former vegans whose heath was undermined by their erroneous beliefs. None of them remotely support the "livestock industry" which is recognized as a source of poor quality, even toxic food.
But please answer this question; If veganism were at all proper for humans, why dont we see examples of it in human cultures? Why are there no vegan hunter-gathers?Why have none ever been recorded? The red meat of ruminants gave us the evolutionary energy to become human. No anthropologist will dispute this. You might want to look dispassionately at these 40 (!) plus reviews of "The China Study". http://freetheanimal.com/2010/07/the-china-study-smackdown-roundup.html

SheikArbusto on Jan 18, 2013 at 18:03:42

“ahhh, so your opinion is based on an axe to grind rather than the actual data, right?”
<em>U.S. News</em> Ranks Best And Worst Diets For Heart Health

U.S. News Ranks Best And Worst Diets For Heart Health

Commented Jan 13, 2013 at 19:00:28 in Healthy Living

“The China Study by Campbell is basically an elaborate fraud. He is a vegan with a vegan agenda. ALL of the critics of the study come to the same conclusion, that campbells conclusions do not match the original data. If we observe man in his most natural state, that of the hunter-gatherer, we see examples of diets that have evolved over millenia. HG'S get 70% of their calories from animal sources. some like the masai, inuit and plains indians get/got almost %100 of their calories from animal sources. These populations according to Campbell criteria should be rife with cancer, heart disease and diabetes, yet the opposite is true. Doctors, explorers and missionaries encountering these peoples for the first time universally noted a virtual absence of all modern diseases until they started eating modern foods. i.e. white flour, sugar and vegetable oils.”

SheikArbusto on Jan 14, 2013 at 11:23:34

“You quoting all the critics who funded their research with the help of the livestock industry?”
<em>U.S. News</em> Ranks Best And Worst Diets For Heart Health

U.S. News Ranks Best And Worst Diets For Heart Health

Commented Jan 13, 2013 at 18:47:37 in Healthy Living

“The Ketogenic type of diets(Atkins, Paleo etc) always come out in actual clinical trials the best for balanced weight loss and reduction of CVD risk. They lower triglycerides, raise HDL, and improve the LDL particle size to a large fluffy consistency. This article is PC NONSENSE, not science or researched based”

Rob1964 on Jan 16, 2013 at 01:10:03

“Not to mention they make the best diabetic diets too.”
The Butter Infographic: Telling Us What We Want To Hear

The Butter Infographic: Telling Us What We Want To Hear

Commented Dec 2, 2012 at 18:14:41 in Taste

“What claims? be specific!! and how has he changed his tune?”

I-US on Dec 2, 2012 at 18:38:42

“He's now acknowledging that calories matter and that maybe he's not quite so right about insulin as he thought.”
The Butter Infographic: Telling Us What We Want To Hear

The Butter Infographic: Telling Us What We Want To Hear

Commented Dec 2, 2012 at 10:12:02 in Taste

“WhaT the hell are you taking about? Please be specific”

I-US on Dec 2, 2012 at 11:53:39

“His claims are not accurate.”
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Daniel Amen, MD, Offers Advice On Brain Health In New Book

Commented Feb 20, 2012 at 05:24:30 in Fifty

“I was a macrobiotic vegan for several years. I am well aware of fiber, but clinical trials show that it is only good for one thing, preventing constipation. Since I have increased my fat intake and restricted ALL concentrated carbohydrates, My HDL has gone up my LDL ,triglycerides and blood sugar have gone down. I have lost 25 lbs in ten weeks without hunger or increasing my exercise. The persistent GERD that I was afflicted with dissappeared in 2 days. The painful arthritis that I develpoed in my neck and shoulders dissappeared in 10 days. It comes back when I eat "Hearthealthywholegrains" in any quantity, especially wheat. Saturated fat is not a factor in heart disease. http://www.ajcn.org/content/early/2010/01/13/ajcn.2009.27725.abstract
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Daniel Amen, MD, Offers Advice On Brain Health In New Book

Commented Feb 19, 2012 at 18:38:16 in Fifty

“Protien is NOT the main part of my breakfast, FAT is, mostly animal fat like my primal ancestors. There are really NO SUCH THING as "complex carbs" They are all un acceptably glycemic and will result in an insulin spike and resultant cravings later on during the day. The heavy carb load might make you feel more full initially, but they will result in cravings as the insulin removes sugar from the blood and makes for more hunger and cravings. This has beeen my experience over the years. Dr OZ should be indited for all of the MISINFORMATION he disemminates. "Low Fat HI carb" is a recipe for obesity . Grains are a relatively new addition to the hunam diet , 10k years only 300 generations. As we age we lose the little tolerance for the products of agriculture, and the chronic diseases of "civilization" result.”

Kev Bat on Feb 19, 2012 at 19:32:11

“Seems like I replied to a similar post about ten years ago . You are not the same being that ate fat millions of years ago . Your teeth evolved and so has your digestion . Eating fat will add heart disease ,colon problems , liver problems and numerous other problems to your life . I have eaten low fat and BALANCED carbs with lean proteins for years and I have weighed the same weight . The very fact that you don't know the difference between complex carbs and simple carbs and never mention FIBER shows that you are misinformed .”
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Daniel Amen, MD, Offers Advice On Brain Health In New Book

Commented Feb 19, 2012 at 13:28:19 in Fifty

“Fruits were seasonal and not always available. Modern fruits have been bred to contain much more sugar that their ancestors. I belive that the body can handle about 25 gms of fructose daily without harm. Americans eat on the avg 150-175 lbs of sugar per year in various forms. This is a disaster on our health.”
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Daniel Amen, MD, Offers Advice On Brain Health In New Book

Commented Feb 19, 2012 at 13:23:55 in Fifty

“Low fat and low salt are not good. Our brains are 70% fat, most of it saturated. If some one eats a lot of grains even whole grains they are eating a lot of sugar. Same w/fruits. High insulin levels are implicated in the formation of the plaques that cause Alzheimers. Gary Taubes "Good Calories Bad Calories" is a good starting point”
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Daniel Amen, MD, Offers Advice On Brain Health In New Book

Commented Feb 19, 2012 at 13:19:27 in Fifty

“Pineapple has a LOT of sugar and I think that was the point. I was refering to the fact that the author did not stress"hearthealthywholegrains" and did not say too much negative about animal fat and saturated fat..He does not recommend vegetable oils It is different from the highly orthodox , misinformed and scientifically innaccurate nutritional information that is usually given in these types of articles”
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Daniel Amen, MD, Offers Advice On Brain Health In New Book

Commented Feb 19, 2012 at 11:21:30 in Fifty

“Finally!! some accurate and real nutritional advise!! I never thought I would see the day”

undrgrndgirl on Feb 19, 2012 at 12:05:48

“how do you know it's accurate?
pineapple is loaded with fibre AND when it is fresh (not canned) contains enzymes that break down proteins...”

Kev Bat on Feb 19, 2012 at 11:32:54

“You are still blind . Making protein the main part of breakfast is hard on your kidneys and your colon .domplex carbs should be your main food for breakfast as they fed the brain and make you feel more full . Both watermelon and pineapple contain natural brain chemicals and both help to keep your digestion in good shape . This doctor doesn't know enough to say that the cinnamon has to be a specific type .watch Dr Oz as his advice is more truthful .”
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High Arsenic Levels In Apple Juice, Grape Juice Samples, Consumer Reports Finds

Commented Dec 2, 2011 at 08:15:10 in Parents

“Lighten up!! If I offended your delicate sensibilities, I apologise. Are you giving your children fruit juice?”
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High Arsenic Levels In Apple Juice, Grape Juice Samples, Consumer Reports Finds

Commented Dec 2, 2011 at 07:06:20 in Parents

“Im not saying that arsenic isnt dangerous, just not in the amounts measured in fruit juice, compared to the amount of sugar exposure.”
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High Arsenic Levels In Apple Juice, Grape Juice Samples, Consumer Reports Finds

Commented Dec 2, 2011 at 07:02:56 in Parents

“I know, I know, but i get more replies this way, it stirs the pot!!”

pancyan on Dec 2, 2011 at 08:15:10

“Lighten up!! If I offended your delicate sensibilities, I apologise. Are you giving your children fruit juice?”

country girl15 on Dec 2, 2011 at 07:24:51

“Hmmm,
And i thought your whole point of posting was to share what you knew on this subjet since it does involve children and their health? But it seems you just want more replies and to Stir The Pot?(Your Words) Incredible”
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High Arsenic Levels In Apple Juice, Grape Juice Samples, Consumer Reports Finds

Commented Dec 2, 2011 at 07:00:56 in Parents

“To ISG
This is a common misconception. Life expectancy is skewed downward by childhood, infant mortality and women dying young in childbirth. Many people lived to ripe old ages. We also see almost a total lack of degenerative diseases in "primitive" peoples around the world before they are exposed to the western imported diet of refined carbs and sugar.”
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