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Several questions on diet, evolution and nutrition

Discussion in 'Ask Jack' started by Arborescence, Apr 22, 2015.

  1. 1/ So my first question is about comparative anatomy:
    After reading articles from this website I am not vegan anymore (I told you in my presentation, I am not a dogmatic guy) and I plan to eat some animal products soon. But a lot of vegan sites display this image saying that we are frugivores, what can you say about it? http://api.ning.com/files/P2Q6K2rcr...4GMXPjoWRx/Carnvorosvsfrugvoros.jpg?width=750
    I found another image that says different things but I am a bit lost http://vitalitepaleo.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/Proportion-des-intestins-hominid├ęs.png
    You always say that our intestines are shorter than those of apes but doesn't seem so according to this image.
    These vegan people say that meat will putrefy in the intestins because we don't have enough stomach acid and too long intestines.
    They say too that meat contains purines that are really bad for ROS, joints and other things, and that the uric acid cycle is really agressive too (they say that humans lost the ability to detox uric acid millions of years ago).
    They say too that you have a lot of parasites in animal products and that cooking doesn't destroy it but just alters it:
    Finally, they say that there is only 5% of proteins in human milk and that high proteins diet will give cancer and shot the kidneys (like Atkins diet), the period where we have the more tissue growth in our life and that we really need only a few proteins. These are good points I believe that would need to be adressed?

    Here are some short videos (the first ones are really interesting and would need to be adressed):
    http://nutritionfacts.org/video/miocene-meteorites-and-uric-acid/
    http://nutritionfacts.org/video/the-leaky-gut-theory-of-why-animal-products-cause-inflammation/
    http://nutritionfacts.org/video/industrial-carcinogens-in-animal-fat-2/
    http://nutritionfacts.org/video/low-carb-diets-and-coronary-blood-flow/
    http://nutritionfacts.org/video/dead-meat-bacteria-endotoxemia/
    http://nutritionfacts.org/video/fish-consumption-associated-with-brain-shrinkage/
    http://nutritionfacts.org/video/paleolithic-lessons/
    http://nutritionfacts.org/video/alkaline-diets-animal-protein-and-calcium-loss/
    http://nutritionfacts.org/2014/07/03/how-animal-proteins-may-trigger-autoimmune-disease/
    http://nutritionfacts.org/video/is-distilled-fish-oil-toxin-free/
    http://nutritionfacts.org/video/muscle-tremors-diet/
    http://nutritionfacts.org/video/low-meat-or-no-meat/

    2/ I have not even read 10% of your gigantic blog but you never put emphasis on raw food, but what about the AGEs that cooking creates and neoformed compounds that are a big factor of ROS?
    The raw food guys say that there is a leucocytosis in the G.I tract when you eat cooked food?
    Is it wise to eat our animals products raw?

    3/ You say in some article that babies are in a ketosis state while fed on milk, but milk composition appears to be 50% fat and 45% sugar?

    4/ Regarding evolution: If retrotransposons (junk DNA) and epigenetics make us evolve very quickly, why don't we see some knew species creation nowadays?
    Is illness really an evolution or a degenerescence? How could down syndrom be an evolution for example when our system can not even sustain itself anymore? This is a funny vision of evolution but I believe there are some flaws to it...

    5/ Are seeds and nuts bad as grains for human consumption, especially for people with leaky gut syndrome?

    6/ You are advising some supplements for people transtionning to the epi-paleo diet but from what I know and have studied, supplementing can be quite bad for several reasons.
    For instance most of the supplements we take are inorganic minerals and the body cannot really use them.
    It seems that our nutrients are absorbed in some kind of electromagnetic way by the gut and in antagonism (for example, there is a mineral interaction http://www.eidon.com/images/mineral_wheel.gif).
    By the way, have you heard about Kervran's biological transmutations? http://www.infinite-energy.com/iemagazine/issue34/bookreview_biotrans.html

    Thank you! :)
     
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  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    1. Gut shortened to raise ubiquitin rates to generate DC electric current to form brain fast. This is why it shrunk from other primates. BG 2-5 go through the transmission.
    2. Raw seafood is the key. I could care less about other raw foods because the effect is small when you live in a world that has ubiquitin levels through the roof.
    3. Not human milk. Read Remko Kuipers work. You have bad data
    4. Because we have adapted to our hominid ubiquitination rates.......and now that the environmental ubiquitination rates are way faster than our own, and this factor is directs how energy flows in a quantum ecosystem, and as a result we are seeing cognitive de-evolution. We are now becoming worse then the neanderthals. They extincted themselves because they like modern humans moved away from seafood.
    5. Read Brain gut 6.
     
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  3. Thanks for your fast reply Jack!

    3- This is coming from the Weston Price fundation so I thought it was serious data
     
  4. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    They are as wrong as paleo........and actually more wrong than medicine is now........ironic no?
     
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  5. Interesting, thank you very much for your fast replies Jack.

    May I ask you one last question on the subject: About the RDAs, it seems impossible to complete them without supplementation, for example we don't have much calcium in the epi-paleo diet? Is that important? Do we need to take a multi-vitamin even while on the diet?
     
  6. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Answer: what do you think the result is using a supplement when ubiquitin is uncoupled from the cell cycle or metabolism? More or less chaos? Understand why I wrote what I did in CPC#9
     
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  7. Josh

    Josh Gold

    Note how careful Weston Price was to emphasize the recognition of seafood as essential by many indigenous cultures versus what the "Foundation" pushes today.
     
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  8. That's interesting, I didn't knew that Price didn't recognize seafood as essential...

    Speaking of seafood, I was wondering why apes that are close to us like chimps or gorillas and that are some of the most intelligent mammals on earth with good brains seems to be almost 100% vegetarian and not eat seafood @Jack Kruse?

    And during the Middle Ages, it seems that people where really sick too with a lot of diseases and degenerations even if they did not have non-native EMF nor blue light, but you say that food is just the visible part of the iceberg for health issues and that paleo guys don't have it right?
     
  9. Another question: I am drinking at least 4 liters of water/day or even 5L = 1 to 1.3 gallons/day but I still feel a bit dehydrated (after coming from a raw food diet where you eat a lot of fruits and vegetables, that's really easy to be hydrated).

    How much water do you drink and advise to drink/day guys? Any interesting information?
     

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