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Avoid these 5 white poisons - Zedta - 03-10-2016

Stopping eating these foods definitely aided in reducing my need for insulin. Coupled with the significant weight loss, I now am off insulin. These are poisons indeed and among other things, can really put on the pounds on the bod. They did it to me anyway.

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Stop Using These 5 White Poisons
By Refreshing News - 8 March 2016 No Comments

You probably didn’t know how dangerous and harmful these 5 “poisons” can be, and this is why you consumed them every day. But, now we are going to tell you and you won’t have any excuses. White rice, refined salt, pasteurized cow’s milk, refined sugar and white flour are the five white poisons, because they contain very few nutrients, protein and vitamins. If you consume these 5 products every day, you will increase the risk of hypertension, diabetes and other common diseases. Did you know that people who eat white rice 5 times a week, have up to 17% increased risk of getting diabetes? This is just one example of how dangerous and harmful these products can be. You need to know them better, before you eat them every day.

Avoid these 5 white poisons

Refined Flour
The white flour is almost pure starch and it contains just a small amount of the nutrients of the original grain. Additional chemical treatments result in grain formation of a product called alloxan used in the industry for producing medical research diabetes in healthy mice. The alloxan diabetes cause by turning massive amounts of free radicals in the pancreatic beta cells, destroying them.

Refined Sugar
The white sugar can’t be considered as a food, but as a pure chemical substance, which is extracted from plant sources such as sugar cane or beet. Then, its juice is extracted in this process, which completely removes all fiber-forming proteins and 90% of the healthy nutrients.

To remove the liquid (containing sugar), they add lime, which creates an alkaline reaction that kills almost all vitamins. Then they add carbon dioxide to accelerate the lime process. Then this sugary liquid passes through tubes that remove all the impurities. Then comes another treatment with calcium sulfate and sulfuric acid bleaching, which leaves the “sugar” product almost white.
The refined sugar has no proteins, vitamins, minerals, it has no enzymes, no micro elements, it has no fiber, no fat and not of no benefit in human food. This sugar provides just energy and nothing more.

Pasteurized Cow Milk
Well, the pasteurization process might help give milk a longer shelf-life, but the costs of doing so is high. The stripping process removes valuable enzymes, vitamins A, C, B6, and B12. And at the same time, allowing for the transfer of hormones and antibiotics into the milk.The pasteurization process also kills off beneficial bacteria that can be found in raw milk, like lactobacillus acidophilus. The pasteurization process also destroys 20 percent of the iodine present in raw milk, causes constipation and generally takes from the milk its most vital qualities.

Refined Rice
The white rice can significantly increase the glucose levels in your blood stream, which is a risk for diabetes.

The white rice processing includes a refining process which removes the outer layer and germ. And basically what remains is the endosperm, which consists mainly of starch.

Refined Salt
The salt we all use is basically sodium chloride. This product increases the risk of some cardiovascular problems. Refined salt has its share of harmful side effects to those who consume it regularly too. While table salt has iodine, which is necessary for your good health, the many processed or junk foods that contain salt do not have the added iodine.

Fluoride is another additive included in the salt refining process that can be bad for you when you consume too much. If you consume too much salt, you can end up with high blood pressure problems.



Re: Avoid these 5 white poisons - GRA - 03-10-2016

I'm always skeptical about the, as I like to call it, "attack on whitey." I've noticed this when I first read up on diet.

I'm Asian and my family eats white rice almost everyday, so I never bought into the "cut out white rice" talk. Same with flour (hello, professional bakers). In the bodybuilding world milk is practically a staple in their diet due to the high protein level. White rice can be said to be a staple, too, if they're bulking (gaining mass v cutting).

Unless one is eating each to an excess then, like almost every food, without moderately intense daily exercise it can become detriment to ones health. You also have to take ones age, if they have diabetes (not caused by poor diet and sedentary state), any special eating needs (gluten intolerant) and other health issues (high blood pressure).

Choosing where you get your carbs, protein, fats (macros) and sugars (ex. banana has good carbs + natural sugar) with the total sum of calories seems to be the key to weight loss and a healthy body for most.

If there's a list I can write up on what's "the craze/trend" amongst health junkies, it would be this:

green smoothies
cross-fit
marathons
vegan (poor, poor vegetarians ... )
no white flour, bread, milk
minimalist running

And for whatever they all say they "love traveling" in their bios.




Re: Avoid these 5 white poisons - Zedta - 03-11-2016

(03-10-2016, 12:41 PM)GRA Wrote: I'm always skeptical about the, as I like to call it, "attack on whitey." I've noticed this when I first read up on diet.

I'm Asian and my family eats white rice almost everyday, so I never bought into the "cut out white rice" talk. Same with flour (hello, professional bakers). In the bodybuilding world milk is practically a staple in their diet due to the high protein level. White rice can be said to be a staple, too, if they're bulking (gaining mass v cutting).

Unless one is eating each to an excess then, like almost every food, without moderately intense daily exercise it can become detriment to ones health. You also have to take ones age, if they have diabetes (not caused by poor diet and sedentary state), any special eating needs (gluten intolerant) and other health issues (high blood pressure).

Choosing where you get your carbs, protein, fats (macros) and sugars (ex. banana has good carbs + natural sugar) with the total sum of calories seems to be the key to weight loss and a healthy body for most.

If there's a list I can write up on what's "the craze/trend" amongst health junkies, it would be this:

green smoothies
cross-fit
marathons
vegan (poor, poor vegetarians ... )
no white flour, bread, milk
minimalist running

And for whatever they all say they "love traveling" in their bios.

Its not so much what of these 'poisons' one eats, as what one eats with them. Alone, they are moderately toxic, as sugar has been shown to cause irregular brain activities, but with disproportionate amounts of other foods, like fats, the metabolism appears to be fooled into doing things it shouldn't and causing havoc in the long run. A (one) good, tasty doughnut won't hurt most folks, in strictest moderation, but a steady diet of them with high fructose laden sodas and other empty carbohydrates is indeed, most unhealthful.