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Amazing Photos Show What the World Really Eats - Habitual_Ritual - 04-30-2012

"What do you and your family eat each week? You may be shocked to see the significant variation even between relatively ‘similar’ nations when it comes to diet. While many families within the United States and Mexico include fast food and soda into the core of their nutritional program, families from nations like Bhutan survive off of traditional base food items like vegetables and grains. It is easy to see why disease rates are skyrocketing in many developed countries, where nutrition is not held to a very high regard."

Photos in link:

http://www.prisonplanet.com/amazing-photos-show-what-the-world-really-eats.html


Re: Amazing Photos Show What the World Really Eats - TraditionalistThomas - 05-07-2012

That section on China is rubbish. China is communist, as a result they have terrible food quality and variation. Unless it was referring to Hong Kong of course, which accounts for probably 0.5% of the Chinese people.


Re: Amazing Photos Show What the World Really Eats - Tim - 05-07-2012

It's all psy-ops.

tim


Re: Amazing Photos Show What the World Really Eats - Nicolaus - 05-09-2012

Grains are not that good for you. The healthiest diet is a diet full of animal proteins, animal fats, and of course fruits and veggies. This was the more traditional diet. Of course everything was all natural and fresh locally grown.


Re: Amazing Photos Show What the World Really Eats - The Curt Jester - 05-09-2012

Ideal diet:

Breakfast:  Bowl of Lucky Charms.

Lunch:  Oscar Mayer sandwich, bag of potato chips, soda.

Dinner:  Frozen TV dinner, soda

Snack:  Twinky, Apple Fritter, and a beer.


Re: Amazing Photos Show What the World Really Eats - Hawaii Five-0 - 05-09-2012

Why is it that every time I see a picture of these poor people in Africa they have absolutely beautiful teeth?  If they were on the western flouride and twinkie diet that would fix em up.


Re: Amazing Photos Show What the World Really Eats - Nicolaus - 05-09-2012

(05-09-2012, 03:36 AM)Hawaii Five-0 Wrote: Why is it that every time I see a picture of these poor people in Africa they have absolutely beautiful teeth?  If they were on the western flouride and twinkie diet that would fix em up.
Here may be your answer, and it's not just a lack of flouride in the diet. Although that is sure to help the teeth, a lot of the problem is the nutrient lacking food we eat.




Re: Amazing Photos Show What the World Really Eats - Habitual_Ritual - 05-09-2012

Check out the Weston A Price Foundation


Re: Amazing Photos Show What the World Really Eats - Tim - 05-09-2012

It's not just the dental problems. Doctors have linked heart disease to infectious diseases from the mouth that live in our blood system, and it being the cause of heart attack and strokes. There is a Doctor at the University of Chicago that has found this extends to COPD, and he is running human trials where through daily antibiotics reduces the heart size back to normal, so it allows the lungs to work, but has not restored the strength to the heart as it was before the disease on set.  I have this one, and man I keep an eye alerted for any progress.  The first Doctor not the one in trials, discovered if patients with chronic obstructive heart disease were medicated with antibiotics daily instead of the treatment now prescribed the mortality drops off immeasurably. What this means is we have been barking up the wrong tree for a century.

tim


Re: Amazing Photos Show What the World Really Eats - Nicolaus - 05-09-2012

(05-09-2012, 07:57 AM)Habitual_Ritual Wrote: Check out the Weston A Price Foundation
That's who produced the video I posted.