posted ago by TrueAnon ago by TrueAnon +241 / -0

Excerpt from United States Senate document #264:

"It is bad news to learn from our leading authorities that 99 percent of the American people are deficient in these minerals, and that a marked deficiency in any one or more of the important minerals actually results in disease. Any upset of the balance, any considerable lack of one or another element, however microscopic the body requirement may be, and we sicken, suffer, shorten our lives."


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billbuckner 26 points ago +26 / -0

Exactly..This is why red meat has been vilified. The medical establishment goes as far to say it causes cancer. KNowing what you know now. That is total BS. Its the most nutritious thing you can eat.

ThisIsHowItStarts 15 points ago +15 / -0

Yes a long time ago they tried to say milk was bad for you, and then it was eggs that were bad for you, and then it was butter.

Everything above was trying to be replaced by another form of itself. All bad for you. Also, there’s been a war on raw milk as well. That’s even supposed to be better for you then homogenized. But that’s an obvious issue, because store-bought milk has to be boiled first. Or pasteurized whatever you wanna call it.

Real butter is awesome. Ghee - clarified butter is even better for cooking because it has a higher cook point.

eagledriver 5 points ago +5 / -0


I had 4 strips with 4 eggs...AND NO DAMN BREAD...that is what screws up the lower gut...too many prongs on the wheat molecule. Pioneer wheat DID NOT HAVE ALL THE SHISTA that it has in it today...AND you can thank MONSANTO for that lil' gem...

NOTE: I lost 60lbs on this type of type the early settlers had and I'm still on it for weight reason...IF I want something with wheat...SOURDOUGH BREAD...esp. when toasted with LOTSA BUTTTTTTEERR!!!!! (this gets my mouth to awatering!!!!!!!)

Tiger19 4 points ago +4 / -0

Most modern grains are extremely difficult to digest and create high insulin responses. Wild to think that bacon and eggs are more vilified than bread.