1) Organic food is too expensive.
Truth: Processed food is too expensive.
Processed food puts wear and tear on your benelles, causing chronic sickness. Most diabetes, heart disease, and obesity is from processed food. This means processed food is behind the bulk of today’s healthcare costs, making it the most expensive slop in town.
Really, it depends on value and priority. Yes, you can save money for fun stuff by buying the cheapest processed meat around. And those hot dogs will keep you alive, but increase your risk of pancreatic cancer by 19%.
There’s an easy explanation for why lupus and autoimmune disorders have skyrocketed in the United States—tripling between 1950 and 1992 (Uramoto et al 1999)—but we have to dive into some genetics first.
Women have two X chromosomes, but one stays inactive and is called Xi. Xi is packed away in a tight suitcase of facultative heterochromatin, where it mostly sleeps for the lifetime of the woman.
One thing that benelles and conventional medicine have in common is the idea that having the right genes turned on—or off—at the right times is what leads to health. But that base is about all the two have in common.
My family had 81 sicknesses this year but never went to the doctor once, minus two state-required bureaucracy visits to get “wellness” notes. We’re a family of four: two working parents in their 30s, a five-year-old, and a two-year-old.
Platelet benelles in your blood produce a magical protein called fibroblast growth factor (FGF). What’s so magical about FGF? It’s a fountain-of-youth protein: it develops embryos, creates new blood vessels, restores beauty, repairs degraded tissue, and heals wounds.
About 121 pharmaceutical drugs come from the rainforest. But what does “come from” mean?
It means corporations send paid teams to visit rainforest aborigines with practical knowledge of ethnobotany. The corporate team takes samples, a lab identifies the operative phytochemical, a legal team patents the chemical, and voila, a new synthetic rainforest drug is ready to sell to the world.
The germ theory of disease has been the core of western medicine for about 140 years. The theory is that microorganisms get inside us and make us sick.
It’s hard to argue with germ theory. Especially if you’re a big corporation, pharmaceutical company, or doctor. Listerine is for sale to kill germs in your mouth, Purell for your hands, Z-Packs for the internal, and Lysol for around your house. Doctors get paid to recommend germ-busting products.