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WARNING!!! "Understand Arterial Plaque"

WARNING!!! "Understand Arterial Plaque"

http://www.webmd.com/heart-disease/…arterial-plaque

Clogged Arteries (Arterial Plaque)
Arteries are blood vessels that carry blood rich in oxygen throughout your body. They go to your brain as well as to the tips of your toes. Healthy arteries have smooth inner walls and blood flows through them easily. Some people, however, develop clogged arteries. Clogged arteries result from a build-up of a substance called plaque on the inner walls of the arteries. Arterial plaque can reduce blood flow or, in some instances, block it altogether.

Clogged arteries greatly increase the likelihood of heart attack, stroke, and even death. Because of these dangers, it is important to be aware, no matter how old you are, of the causes of artery plaque and treatment strategies to prevent serious consequences.

What causes arterial plaque?
Plaque that accumulates on the inner walls of your arteries is made from various substances that circulate in your blood. These include calcium, fat, cholesterol, cellular waste, and fibrin, a material involved in blood clotting. In response to plaque build-up, cells in your artery walls multiply and secrete additional substances that can worsen the state of clogged arteries.

As plaque deposits grow, a condition called atherosclerosis results. This condition causes the arteries to narrow and harden.

High “bad” cholesterol and low “good” cholesterol. High levels of “bad” cholesterol, or low-density lipoprotein (LDL), are major contributors to arterial plaque formation. But that doesn’t tell the whole story. Everyone also has “good” cholesterol, or high-density lipoprotein (HDL), circulating in the blood. HDL is believed to remove some of the bad cholesterol from plaque in clogged arteries and transport it back to the liver where it is eliminated.

High blood pressure. Having high blood pressure increases the rate at which arterial plaque builds up. It also hastens the hardening of clogged arteries.

Cigarette smoke. Cigarette smoke seems to increase the rate of atherosclerosis in the arteries of the heart, legs, and the aorta — the largest artery in the body.

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My comments on the subject are pretty straight-forward, fellas. If something is deep-fried, for example, it is most definitely working against you in terms of its effects on your manhood. As arterial plaque builds, your penis becomes weaker and weaker to the extent that you may find it is no longer possible to acheive or maintain erections. This all goes to show that an understanding of acceptable diet is a necessary component to heed when doing PE. If you buy McDonald’s french fries for lunch while you wear an ADS, that’s about as wacky as beating your woman to keep her safe.

Arterial plaque is not your friend, and all it’s going to do is diminish the quality of your erections, as well as causing other nasty health problems. This is my plea to all my brothers on Thunder’s Place to open up your eyes to the reality of the situation here. If you want a big, fat hard cock, give up the fried fast food stuff because it’s working against you.

Thanks for taking a minute to read this!

- MU


Recognize.

I have seen a hand full of studies that state insulin resistance and leptin resistance is the real cause for things going wrong and start to build up things in your arteries and cause heart disease. There is no money in telling people that, so you are brain washed to believe its cholesterol and blood pressure so you can be put on drugs that people are still dying from heart disease while taking everyday. If you notice the studies that prove cholesterol to be the main culprit instead of doing it indirectly are all funded by drug companies.

Stay away from any food that has been tinkered with by man such as refined, modified sugars and man made fats. Our bodies are not stupid but when you put garbage in them that they don’t even know what it is shit goes wrong.


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Check out Michael Pollan’s books - In Defense of Food An Eater’s Manifesto, The Omnivore’s Dilemma, and others. You won’t regret it. He will change the way you eat food. There are some things after knowing about it that you just can’t stomach to eat anymore after you learn what really goes into it. Simply he says to eat food. Real food. Food that actually rots and goes bad. Good that other organisms would actually eat. Ants wouldn’t go near a twinkie if it depended on their lives. Cause we aren’t eating food anymore, are we. We are eating synthetics, and laboratory made Vitamin C as if it’s the same or better then eating an orange, as if it were that simple we could just take pills for sustenance for then rest of our lives. We are eating hormones and preservatives and chemicals and twenty different E numbers and refined and enriched white flour products. Stop drinking milk which I know, seems crazy, but at least the milk produced from the cows in factory farm settings. Their diet and well-being and the pasteurization process and all of it. Raw milk is best. It’s how our grandparents drank it and that’s the key really.

When we look at rates of disease and obesity back then and the diet back (meat and steak and potatoes and butter) something just doesn’t quite add up. (Also look up the French Paradox - having low rates of heart disease despite having a diet high in saturated fats.) And we can say we’ve got more stress today (they went through wars as well), or a more sedentary lifestyle, or blame McDonald’s but, it still just doesn’t quite seem to add up. The high fructose corn syrup and vegetable oils. Unrefined vegetable oil smells rancid, and is nature’s way of telling you DON’T EAT THIS. Butter, in all the campaigns against it, is actually better you and even good. And cold-pressed olive oil. Refined sugar is terrible for you but those sugar substitutes are like poison and much worse for you. Substitute with honey or pure maple syrup (if the bottle just says syrup it’s not pure maple) or if you must, raw sugar. Use sea salt. Try to drink less coffee because of the other substances in it besides caffeine.

I am a carnivorous meat eater. In the past two years my diet was comprised mainly of red meats and chicken. I rarely ate fruits and vegetables. And even for me, it has been easier to eat less meat and more vegetables. After you see what it is they do on these factory farms. Now I’m not talking about PETA or cruelty issues here, I’m talking quality of meat issues which is what I’m worried about. Watch “King Korn” to see the corn fields being used to feed stock all over America. The corn produced is genetically modified and is un-edible unrefined. Hard and disgusting. And this fake food is what they’re feeding cattle, which should be fed on grass. This fake corn is what every ounce of high fructose corn syrup is made from. And you should see the other chemicals they mix into it and how they produce HFCS in the laboratories. And that shit is everywhere. In other countries the Coca-Cola still has sugar instead of HFCS. Why? And does the incredible prevalance of HFCS in our society now after the 1970s have anything to do with the exploding obesity that we now have? Anyway, the cows are literally eating themselves to death because they were not meant to consume that much corn and grain, let alone fake corn, and suffer all sorts of ghastly medical problems from it and this is what we’re eating. Pumped with hormones of God knows what. Exposed to the highest in sheer volume of pesticides much much more so than any fruits or vegetables. Chickens made twice the size and ready in half the time then what it used to take, buckling at the knees at their own weight. The eggs we consume from chickens in cage prisons unable to move an inch.

In our almost obsessive path to wanting to be more healthy, doing all these health things and eating all these health foods, we have actually become less healthy, and I think without question the unhealthiest first world country in the world. Something just doesn’t add up here. There is much much more that could be said about our food. Change your food, change your life. You’ll be so much better and happier for it.

I have been trying to find a source of “raw” milk and apparently the government doesn’t even want us to have it! That is so insane seeing how pasteurization totally destroys it.
Though very nice post JohnnyIce almost thought I was alone in this way of thinking. They really are killing cows with what they feed them they have to time when to slaughter them because they can only live so many months eating the unnatural feed and often they slaughter them as their dying from the stuff.

Tell me Johnny do you have trouble shopping where you live? I try to buy only groceries with no soy, preservatives, and added sugar-corn syrup but the shit is in absolutely everything I even gave up bread since it has soy sugar and corn syrup added into it.

How do you feel about soy? It would really suck if you was allergic to soy because you would not be able to get away from it in America. I talked to my girlfriends family about soy a few weeks back and they actually believed they was not consuming any soy and this conversation was going on as her mother was cooking and just as she was using Vegetable oil putting into a skillet I said heck check that I am sure it has soy in it too. The vegetable oil was actually pure soy oil!! I had no idea I came home and looked at my old bottle of vegetable oil and it was pure soy. Though I haven’t used anything other than olive oil in over a year.


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I hear soy is estrogenic or that it encourages estrogen production.


Recognize.

Check out “Good Calories, Bad Calories” by Gary Taubes— it’s not a diet book but a science journalist’s review of the original source studies and presents a case that the fat/ cholesterol/ CHD connection is false and a result of the agenda of four physicians in the Eisenhower era who thought that fat folks were merely slothful and greedy.

Also :google: Paleodiet— similar ruminations on the impact of modernity upon our alimentary canal.

BR— Raw milk is regulated state by state with some outlawing it altogether— where you at?


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Originally Posted by bluray
I have been trying to find a source of “raw” milk and apparently the government doesn’t even want us to have it! That is so insane seeing how pasteurization totally destroys it.
Though very nice post JohnnyIce almost thought I was alone in this way of thinking. They really are killing cows with what they feed them they have to time when to slaughter them because they can only live so many months eating the unnatural feed and often they slaughter them as their dying from the stuff.

Tell me Johnny do you have trouble shopping where you live? I try to buy only groceries with no soy, preservatives, and added sugar-corn syrup but the shit is in absolutely everything I even gave up bread since it has soy sugar and corn syrup added into it.

How do you feel about soy? It would really suck if you was allergic to soy because you would not be able to get away from it in America. I talked to my girlfriends family about soy a few weeks back and they actually believed they was not consuming any soy and this conversation was going on as her mother was cooking and just as she was using Vegetable oil putting into a skillet I said heck check that I am sure it has soy in it too. The vegetable oil was actually pure soy oil!! I had no idea I came home and looked at my old bottle of vegetable oil and it was pure soy. Though I haven’t used anything other than olive oil in over a year.


I avoid soy but I haven’t done enough research on it, which can be tough waddling through what’s true and not. I commend people for being able to become vegetarian, though I believe that some animal meat in your diet is crucial, I commend them more for their intent to eat healthier and help the planet and in protest of the conditions of factory farms. Real animals, free-range and bred the way they used to, eating grass and salt-blocks and so on, I think should be an important part of one’s diet. The amount of agriculture and water among other things it takes to produce one pound of meat is astounding. Something like 5000 gallons and five times what you would otherwise be able to feed people with what goes into raising cattle. “Diet For A New America” is an interesting book, though it does contradict at points with Pollan and others. Again, it can be tough researching that which certain people believe blasphemously wrong and which certain people don’t want us to know. Namely the food industry which stands to profit from our eating choices, so I can’t guarantee everything I say. Take it with a grain and salt and conduct your own research.

Raw milk is definitely hard to come by. I’d suggest trying to find some local farms and asking around and making some connections. This’ll definitely seem strange but I personally think drinking human milk is better. I know, weird, at any age older than baby but we’re human goddamnit. We were meant to drink human milk right if I’m not mistaken? I haven’t personally since I was a baby. If you think finding raw cow’s milk is hard, try asking a large breasted woman for her milk. The hilarity involved.

I’d love to see a food revolution, where farmers and producers and consumers band together and start producing and eating and supporting local farmers and businesses and restaurants. I think one is starting with a little glimmer, much more so in Britain thanks to famous chefs like Gordon Ramsay. I think they just kick our asses in many ways in terms of food. Eating locally produced food I think is one of the most important things we can do as an organism upon this earth. I feel a little tree-huggerish now but I disagree on a lot of points with a lot of environmentalists. But I can agree on that. I go to a farmer’s market every week. Some of the food might seem of lower quality than you’d get from a massive industrial farm, fruits smaller in size and so on, but in reality they are better and grown with less chemicals in the soil and pesticides. Bigger does not necessarily mean better, in this case. Heh.

I don’t have too much of a problem shopping here in California. We do have some great product and great farmers, though there is always room for improvement of course. Grass-fed beef has a size-able premium, but you can definitely tell a difference in quality. You know, you just try and keep it simple and eat like your grandparents once ate. Drink filtered water by reverse osmosis or distillation. Eat nuts and beans and the seeds people normally would never eat like apricot cores. That’s a crazy one there and again, take what I say with a grain of salt and come up with your own conclusions. I’m still in the process of a few books and I’ll try and come back with anything I find interesting. You know there are of course massive contradictions everywhere. Between the popularly accepted beliefs on food and health today and the naturalists, and infighting and debates between the naturalists themselves. (By the way I’m sure they don’t call themselves naturalists but, I couldn’t think of a better description.) So it’s an ongoing battle, and so far we’re losing. We can’t take the food industry down overnight, but we can control what we choose to put into a bodies to a better extent. Bend yourself, and not the spoon a little bald psychic boy once said.

I’m a huge fan of butter and coconut oil and hemp oil and of course olive. I believe if you’re frying something you should use cold-pressed olive oil or butter or a mixture, and eat extra virgin raw. Overheating extra virgin destroys it I’ve been told. I like frozen vegetables too which seems blasphemous but they’re convenient and better than other things. Though really we should make it a point to try to eat things in season and locally. I’m a fan of fruit snacking. I try to avoid fruits and vegetables that have been found to have alarming levels of chemicals and pesticides but really, your main source of those things would be in meat.

Fish is a big thing, and I try to eat fresh-water fish and be responsible and avoid certain kinds that are endangered and being over-fished or have higher levels of mercury and definitely try to avoid farmed fish. If you’re alarmed by what they feed cows and pigs and chickens, you wouldn’t believe the shit they feed these fish. Cramped and disease-infested. This is a personal postulation of mine, but I don’t understand how so many fish can have dangerous levels of mercury. When you think about the size of the ocean, how the hell does mercury contamination happen at the level they say it is? The Japanese for God’s sake, consume ungodly amounts of fish and they are incredibly healthy with one of the world’s highest life expectancies. Their babies for the most part are born in great health what with their tuna and swordfish eating mothers. So common-sense wise it doesn’t add up for me personally but maybe I’m just stupid.

There’s a whole other sub-genre if you will that I won’t get into, of natural remedies and ‘cures’ and so on. But many of the same common sense type of approaches to food can be applied to medicine and pharmaceuticals as well. Tough to make money selling a cure that grows wildly in your backyard and so on. All I’ll say on the matter is if I ever came down with cancer personally, I’d avoid chemo like the plague and take my own routes. You’d find better odds of recovery in a Los Angeles rehab facility. But for the love of God I am not a doctor, most likely just a dumbass, and nothing is meant as advice or recommendation in any way. Shall we get into Marijuana? Oh man, that’s a whole other thing all it’s own.

So I’d end by saying.. Y’know, eat food. Real food. Not too much. And mostly plants, which is a big umbrella. Start a local movement where it is that you are. Start a meet-up group. Talk to your farmers. Big thing you can do is start your own backyard garden and control directly what it is that you’re eating. Can be a very fun, rewarding experience. With our farmers - if enough of us ask for it, they will produce it. Even the big man with thousands of acres with a million dollar corn and cattle business in “King Korn” said that hey, if people want free-range grass-fed beef, they’ll produce it. We just need the demand. And that’s where it starts, with us. God bless you guys, keep on the good fight, and eat well.

Fats that heal, fats that kill. Book, read it. Everything you’ve ever wanted to know about bad fats and good fats (EFA’s - essential fatty acids)

I’ve been on this stuff close to a few weeks. It will damn near run you bankrupt, but it’s your body. I take about 6 tbsp a day 1tbsp per 50lbs body weight.

The problem is all the rubbish they put in foods and the fact that when you cook foods in oils such as olive oil and such, the oil turns toxic.
Plus the way the oils are refined, renders all the good stuff within them useless for the body.

So it’s this till I’m dead and I’m now boiling and doing the crock pot, rather than frying stuff and saute. I’m pretty much converted over to 80% raw since new years and starting to feel a tad better.

High Fructose Corn Syrup and Hydrogenated oils is the reason this country is so out of whack in regards to health. Milk is absolute rubbish as well. Cow’s milk is for cows. Humans milk is for humans. You don’t drink cats milk now do you? I was plagued with sinus problems for 30 years till I gave up milk. The stuff is garbage. Especially with all the junk they put in it. I tried organic milk, which is better but still had sinus issues. Till I gave it up completely.

Try this stuff out if you can afford to. The best omega type oil on the planet.

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Jack LaLanne - 96 years old I think.

There’s no way you can separate the Jack LaLanne diet from the Jack LaLanne lifestyle. And anyone who knows anything about this undisputed Godfather of fitness knows that his lifestyle is definitely not for the faint hearted.

Fortunately, there is a way to benefit from his example without being a superman… or woman. I’ll let you in on this simple secret shortly, but first a bit about this super-fit senior’s daily routine…

He may be over 90, but Jack LaLanne still works out for two hours every morning - an hour every morning lifting weights, followed by an hour’s exercise in the pool.

A long-time vitamin enthusiast, LaLanne’s daily diet includes large doses of vitamins from A-Z, as well as minerals and enzymes.

And that’s before we start talking food!
Could You Give Up Dessert for 76 Years?

Jack LaLanne begins each and every day with 50 grams of soy protein. The Jack LaLanne diet is not completely vegetarian, but he doesn’t eat chicken, red meat or white sugar. He gets most of his protein from egg whites, soy protein and occasionally fish.

The Jack LaLanne diet is not a low-carb diet, but he does stick strictly to natural grains such as brown rice and whole wheat.

LaLanne also eats at least ten fresh, raw vegetables a day. He hasn’t had dessert since 1929 and never eats between meals or after 9 p.m.


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Live to be 90= No Banana Splits since the Stock Market Crash.

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For those who find soy a problem, You might remember that ‘vegetable oil’ for cooking and as an ingredient in food is usually soya bean oil.


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