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    Post  kvs Fri May 13, 2022 10:15 pm



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    Post  kvs Wed Jul 20, 2022 2:52 pm



    Enjoy your parasites via the politically correct transition to insects for food.

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    Post  kvs Thu Jul 21, 2022 1:46 pm



    Only morons would eat celebrity promoted fake food. Stick to what humans have evolved to eat
    and not SJW excrement.

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    Post  kvs Sat Jul 23, 2022 8:01 pm



    Alzheimer's is not due to Aluminum or other BS spouted off as causes over the years. The beta-amyloid plaques are
    real and are due to glycation by sugar which attacks proteins. Alzheimer's is basically a type of diabetes. It is
    linked to sugar (aka carb) induced insulin resistance and protein damage. Look up so-called AGE's (advanced glycation
    end products). Those floaters in the eyes and osteoarthritis are AGE problems due to diet.
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    Post  kvs Thu Jul 28, 2022 1:23 pm



    Why nobody should take statins and fret about "high" LDL. Worry about oxidized LDL and thus worry about
    blood glucose loading and high insulin levels. Life is about being physically active and modern "medicine"
    undermines our physical activity. Statins and beta blockers are poison. Controlling your blood sugar and
    insulin are vastly more effective at dealing with blood pressure. You can actually save yourself even if
    you have had metabolic syndrome for years.
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    Post  kvs Sun Jul 31, 2022 12:20 am



    What you are told about medical research is filtered fraud.    Policy fed by lobbyists, corrupt medical associations and general
    ignorance of politicians is toxic waste.

    Key paper cited in the above video:

    https://bmjopen.bmj.com/content/6/6/e010401

    Free access and it totally destroys the LDL "hypothesis" in cardiovascular disease.

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    Post  kvs Sun Jul 31, 2022 12:42 pm



    The pattern is clear.   Hide the negatives and push dangerous "cures".   Just as with the covid vax.

    Removing study participants before conducting a study based on reaction to the drug is pure scientific fraud.
    All the claims about low incidence of side effects is an absolute lie.   Again, the same as with the percious
    vaccines where "12 in a million vaccine injuries" claims are routine.   Actual rates are several percent.   In addition,
    you are less likely to get bad side effects from infection with the virus than from the vaccine.

    Key paper cited in above video:

    https://bmjopen.bmj.com/content/5/9/e007118

    Get a few days of life extra in exchange for dementia and degraded health. And this token life extension is most likely
    due to the "healing" effect from chronic trauma caused by statins. The body produces glutathione which is a very powerful
    antioxidant and damps degenerative chemical process in the body. So you would get vastly more benefit from taking NAC
    than any statin. This would also be on account of the suppression of low-grade inflammation by glutathione. This low-grade
    inflammation is central to cardiovascular disease.
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    Post  kvs Sun Jul 31, 2022 3:49 pm



    Totally worth while to listen to this interview.

    If you care about cancer prevention.

    Mitochondrial damage is the key to cancer. Cells flip into a fermentation metabolic state if their
    mitochondria lose functionality. Cells that cannot sustain fermentation metabolism for sufficient
    duration (e.g. heart cells and neurons but not most of the other types of cells in the body) do not
    develop cancer and tumor growth. The somatic theory of cancer dating back to the early 1900s
    is not valid. Cancer is not mutation of the DNA in nucleus. The same cancer tumors exhibit
    substantial differences in the DNA mutations. DNA damage in the nucleus can contribute to cancer
    but is not causal. In fact, the carcinogens that are supposed to damage the DNA damage the
    mitochondria as well.

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    Post  kvs Tue Aug 02, 2022 1:19 pm

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    Oxidized LDL and the immune system are central to plaque formation.   The immune system reacts to oxidized LDL
    inside the arterial wall which is there because LDL is dispatched for cell repair.    The initial cell damage is due to
    systolic pressure related damage and likely convoluted with glycation related damage by reactive oxide species (ROS).
    The macrophages that attempt to clean up oxidized LDL become engorged foam cells and fail in their task.   Instead
    they form the atherosclerotic plaque together with smooth muscle cells that migrate to it.  

    Any clown who ignores oxidation of LDL through glucose attack is a shyster or criminal.

    The following review is technical but still useful:

    https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fcvm.2022.845942/full

    Step back and ask if suppressing LDL is a cure. Obviously it is not. Foam cells can form from the smooth muscle
    cells in the arterial walls. But LDL will never be zero anyway since the liver will make it if it drops too low. The
    only relevant issue is what causes the dysfunction of LDL, macrophages, etc. in the arterial wall. The oxidized LDL
    tells us what we need to know. Statins and other shit peddled by Big Pharma and their "doctor" pushers does not
    in any form target this oxidation.
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    Post  kvs Thu Aug 04, 2022 1:31 am

    https://www.ohio.edu/news/2022/07/jama-study-led-heritage-college-faculty-finds-association-between-high-insulin-dosage

    JAMA study, led by Heritage College faculty, finds association between high insulin dosage and cancer

    r. Yuanjie Mao has led a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) Oncology looking at the correlation between daily insulin dose and cancer incidence (the number of new cases) among patients with type 1 diabetes, finding that higher insulin dose is positively associated with cancer incidence and that the association is stronger among those with insulin resistance.

    “In patients with type 1 diabetes, our results show that traditional metabolic factors such as obesity (represented by body mass index), sugar control (represented by Hemoglobin A1c), and blood pressure control do not associate with cancer incidence,” Mao said. “However, cancer incidence was higher for those who took larger dose of insulin. Our results implied that clinicians might need to balance the potential cancer risk when treating patients with type 1 diabetes on a high daily insulin dose or that improving insulin sensitivity may be preferred than simply increasing the insulin dose.”

    A good reason to control sugar and thus insulin loading in the system.

    I suspect that high insulin is linked to cancer because it is like force-feeding cells sugar. Cells are not clockwork devices with totally constrained behaviour.
    They retain primitive traits including the ability to transition to a fermentation metabolism which results in cancer. So it is plausible that a cell that is forced
    to consumer sugar at some high rate can flip into a fermentation regime because of a primitive response. Microbes will process food that is available with
    the metabolic abilities that they have. They are not going to starve because of some diet regulation. So human cells likely retain this selection feature.
    The cancer outcome implies that our cells can flip to a fermentation regime without losing their mitochondrial function.

    This may be a case of epigenetics giving the same outcome as mutation induced by carcinogens. If the force feeding of sugar persists for a long time, the
    cell may express genes that eventually trigger the switch-over to a fermentation metabolism. It is possible that this "feature" in our cells is a type of
    genetic defect to start with since it was not fully excluded and it is likely that similar high levels of insulin only drive cancer in a fraction of the population.
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    Post  kvs Sat Aug 06, 2022 10:52 pm

    https://academic.oup.com/ajcn/article/115/6/1445/6572830

    Obesity—an unexplained epidemic

    ABSTRACT
    Since 1980, obesity prevalence among US adults has soared from
    14% to 42%. The commonly accepted explanation is pervasive
    overeating: ever-increasing energy intake as the population gains
    weight, year after year. However, evidence does not support this
    hypothesis. National data on energy intake and energy availability
    show increases between 1961 and 2000, during modern industrialization
    of food; but a plateau or declines thereafter—even as
    obesity continued rising—and while physical activity modestly
    increased. Thus, Americans appear to be eating relatively less
    since 2000, for ever-increasing body sizes, as time has progressed.
    Although both energy intake and energy availability are measured
    with error, such errors would have to be new since 2000 and
    systematically increasing over time for these 2 separate, independent
    measures. Given the tremendous societal consequences of obesity,
    and failure to date of energy balance–focused interventions to stem
    the tide, it is critical for the scientific community to consider
    and test alternative hypotheses. Growing evidence suggests complex,
    interrelated biological interactions between food processing
    (including acellular nutrients, depleted prebiotics, additives), gut
    microbial composition and function, host metabolic expenditure,
    and intergenerational transmission of risk (including epigenetics,
    noncoding RNAs, microbial species). In this paradigm, whereas
    increasing energy intake may have contributed to rising obesity
    in earlier years, today pervasive adiposity and its physiologic
    adaptations have created a biological milieu which interacts with
    industrialized foods to promote escalating obesity, even with stable
    energy intake—a self-sustaining, difficult-to-reverse cycle. These
    scientific hypotheses must be rigorously evaluated, because even
    partial confirmation would dramatically shift and expand current
    prevention and treatment strategies. Urgent new investment in
    research is required. Simultaneously, uncertain evidence on the
    obesity epidemic’s primary drivers does not mean there is no
    evidence on actions that can help, and existing science must be more
    rapidly translated and refined into clinical, public health, and policy
    interventions.

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    Post  kvs Sat Aug 06, 2022 11:01 pm

    The obesity epidemic is a sugar and insulin epidemic. The idea that obesity is all about calories in and calories out is
    simplistic BS.

    1) Humans are open thermodynamic systems and not bomb calorimeters. Human metabolic chemistry is not simple
    combustion and humans do not function as heat engines.

    2) Hormones are critical for cell level functionality. No stored fat is burned if insulin levels are elevated.
    Sure, absurd levels of exercise can burn fat, but that is because they reduce blood insulin levels by depleting
    blood glucose. It is stupid to guzzle carbs (aka sugar) and exercise at the same time. It is literally a hamster
    wheel activity. High carb diets are for the vast majority of people a means to accumulate fat. Only contestants
    on "The Biggest Loser" do full time jobs of losing weight by exercise. If you sit in front of a computer all day
    long, then you are getting fat (it could be visceral fat that is hidden).

    3) High carb diets and diets were fat and proteins are mixed together with carbs triggering the Randle cycle
    are not what humans evolved to handle. That these diets don't kill you on the spot does not mean that
    they are healthy and natural.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Randle_cycle



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    Post  kvs Tue Aug 09, 2022 3:04 am

    https://journals.lww.com/co-endocrinology/fulltext/9900/statin_therapy_is_not_warranted_for_a_person_with.22.aspx

    Statin therapy is not warranted for a person with high LDL-cholesterol on a low-carbohydrate diet

    Abstract

    Purpose of review

    Although there is an extensive literature on the efficacy of the low carbohydrate diet (LCD) for weight loss and
    in the management of type 2 diabetes, concerns have been raised that the LCD may increase cardiovascular
    disease (CVD) risk by increasing the level of low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL-C). We have assessed the
    value of LDL-C as a CVD risk factor, as well as effects of the LCD on other CVD risk factors. We have also reviewed
    findings that provide guidance as to whether statin therapy would be beneficial for individuals with high LDL-C on an LCD.

    Recent findings

    Multiple longitudinal trials have demonstrated the safety and effectiveness of the LCD, while also providing evidence
    of improvements in the most reliable CVD risk factors. Recent findings have also confirmed how ineffective LDL-C is
    in predicting CVD risk.

    Summary

    Extensive research has demonstrated the efficacy of the LCD to improve the most robust CVD risk factors, such
    as hyperglycemia, hypertension, and atherogenic dyslipidemia. Our review of the literature indicates that statin
    therapy for both primary and secondary prevention of CVD is not warranted for individuals on an LCD with elevated
    LDL-C who have achieved a low triglyceride/HDL ratio.

    When your doctor or cardiologist pimps statins and low fat diets to you, tell them to sod off.

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    Very worth the time listening to.

    The claim that cancer is due to increased longevity is BS. The longevity did not change much between the early 1800s
    and the early 1900s but cancer exploded.

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    Post  kvs Sun Aug 21, 2022 3:34 am



    When you are prescribed a statin, be assured that the full power of the western fake stream media is behind this
    poison. Bend over and take it like a good little serf. Now run along and get your 20th covid vax booster.

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    Post  kvs Sat Sep 24, 2022 12:04 pm



    Food is the prime chemistry driver in any animal and bacterial life. The notion that only pharmaceuticals are able to help with
    disorders is total intellectual excrement.

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    Post  kvs Sun Sep 25, 2022 11:55 am



    There is a very dark and evil process involved here. The current generation of woke retards in the west is in my opinion
    substantially the result of the brain damage (nutrient malnutrition) from the omega-6 vs omega-3 imbalance and the
    gross over-consumption of sugar (carbohydrates are glucose chains). It is known that a low meat and low fat diet
    makes people more docile. But the inadequate supply of EPA and DHA for the brain is serious all by itself. Then we
    have the cherry on top of this turd cake and that is the pushing of statins which are mitochondrial poisons, block
    coQ10 and depress cholesterol levels. So the older generation is also being brain damaged since the brain vitally
    needs cholesterol. Note that LDL and HDL are not cholesterol, they are carrier proteins designed to transport the
    cholesterol fatty acid which is not soluble in water and blood.

    I suppose that some will automatically dismiss the above by claiming that the effect is too small. These people are
    full of shit. Brain development is sensitive to the nutrition it gets. So the IQ is reduced and that is what the scum
    that push for this transparently malicious "health" advice and "food" production want.

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    Post  kvs Mon Sep 26, 2022 11:32 am



    Start your day off right with some "food" concocted by a eugenicist.

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    Post  kvs Sun Oct 02, 2022 1:27 pm



    Corrupted foundational studies that create a rotten foundation for fake healthcare. Naturally, cui bono needs to be asked
    and the usual suspects have their fingerprints all over the fake science.

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    Post  LMFS Mon Oct 03, 2022 11:09 am

    Thank you for this information man, really appreciated
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    Post  kvs Tue Oct 04, 2022 12:34 pm



    Be assured that your Big Pharma shill doctor really cares about your health....

    Note the pattern: they meddle with your body's biochemical systems while doing nothing about the actual causes of any disease.
    So with atherosclerosis they suppress LDL as if that is the origin of the problem. No, the origin is sugar overdosing and exposure to
    pollution, in particular aerosol pollution from transport and industrial pollution. The nanoparticle scale aerosols consisting of oxidized
    soot, metals and hydrocarbons penetrates through the lungs with very little resistance directly into the blood stream. These ultra
    fine particulates are extremely caustic and damage (oxidize) LDL and other proteins. This sets up the chain of foam cell formation
    and subsequent growth of necrotizing plaques.

    BTW, studies with rats clearly demonstrate that aerosol pollution makes atherosclerosis much worse than just a poor diet. So sugar
    is not the whole story.

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