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Saturday, January 30, 2010


On my second post with my first blog I am starting to go into the nitty-gritty of what I really want to talk about. Ugh, "A little nervous, I am" - Yoda (not really)

Mushrooms are very popular in our society and many people enjoy their taste. According to Paul Staments in "TED Ideas worth spreading", he claims that not only are they a great base for anti-biotic medicine, but they also will save the world. As I do agree that mushrooms could save our earth by devouring waste and fuel and turning it into mushrooms instead of unusable poisoned dirt, I would have to side with Doug Kaufmann in saying that fungus (which is what mushrooms are) is poisonous to the body.

Stamets says that fungi behaves as we do, it inhales oxygen, as we do, and exhales carbon dioxide, as we do. It is self sufficient, proven to not even need sunlight to grow (and in fact grows better in dark places) and just recently discovered was the fact that it can get it's energy from radiation. Wow! That is pretty powerful.

So, I must ask you readers one question. How would you feel if I told you that powerful fungus that grows quickly in dark damp places is growing in your body?

I thought I would create a new paragraph to give a moment of thought, but really, I think it's grose. Think about it.

If fungus breathes in oxygen, and it's living in a body, how will it get oxygen besides taking it from the body? I won't, it has to take oxygen from the blood of the body in order to grow, therefore preventing the body from ever recouperating if there is a need for recouperation.

Then the upswing, after the fungus takes a body's oxygen and converts it (as we do) into CO2 then it has to get rid of that CO2 somewhere. That place would be... the body, again! So not only is fungus taking oxygen from the body directly, but it's also breathing out the exact thing that is poisonous to the body. It's a two for one deal. A buy one get one free. Payless... bring it on, because mushrooms are clearly a better bogo!

Life lesson? Don't eat mushrooms, they can destroy you.

I think I will end this with a quote from Kaufmann's book "The Fungus Link Volume 3." "Antibiotics, themselves fungal products, were found to be grosely over prescribed and fungus was found in human sinuses and male prostates. Finally, breast cancer incidence was found to jump dramatically when women took repeat rounds of anitbiotics."

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

This is my first blogging experience and I've debated and discussed (mostly with myself) about the many interesting topics I could blog about. Finally I realized, by my professor, that I needed to be able to argue my point.

So, my goal for this blog is to shake things up a little and talk about nutrition. There are many ideas Americans have formed over the years, due to governmental advertising, that are absolutely false.

"What? How could this be?" you ask. My humble opinion... we live in a consumer driven world financed by rich white old men who love making money from the poor.

But my opinion isn't what matters here. Although I'd like to think that researchers who give the general population nutrition information have no idea what they are researching.

Basically, every week I will post about a food group or food product. I will explain what the government/advertising agencies/the FDA say about these foods and then I will tell you the truth. This truth will be backed up by many different sources of research by Doug A. Kaufmann and Michael Murray N.D., just to name a few.

I am proposing, not that the government/advertising agencies/the FDA are wrong, but that there are much healthier ways of getting healthy and consuming nutrition then... drinking milk, or eating peanuts. The idea of corn and pop corn and corn starch are all things that I plan to talk about.

So... if you like reading about things that you wish were said, or if you think that glass of milk you drink every morning gives you all the vitamins you need for the day, then keep reading. Oh yes, and please post what you think, I really want to know... I will do my best to respond as p.c. as possible. (politically correct)