HOW CAN I JUSTIFY BEING A MEAT EATER WHEN I KNOW THAT THE ANIMALS I EAT SUFFER PAIN WHILE THEY ARE BEING SLAUGHTERED?
I am a carnivore because the human brain and body much prefers fat based fuel to glucose based fuel and a carnivore diet can cure all chronic illnesses provided those chronic illnesses are not being caused by poison or undue stress. I love animals and I deeply empathise with them. I cry inside when I see a sick or hurting animal. Yet I eat lamb or beef almost every day. I have not reconciled the fact that animals feel pain while they are being slaughtered so that I might eat them so I am going to outline my thoughts on the topic here below:-
I wish to continue to eat animal products as my own food for the rest of my life and I wish to abstain from all plants because by doing so I am ensuring that I enjoy good health. I also believe that the whole human race should only and ever eat animal products if they wish to enjoy excellent health and I also believe that vegetarianism leads to chronic illness and does not sustain life long term. We as a whole human race can easily eat animal products only without hurting our fellow animals and without ever suffering from famine as follows:-
1. Chickens can be kept in suburban back gardens provided that their fence is embedded at least one food deep in the soil so as to hinder foxes and other wild animals from burrowing under the fence to kill them. In this way we would be self-sufficient in eggs.
2. A hydrophonic system of raising fish would easily fit in each suburban back garden. The fish are raised in chambers which also grow plants. The plants are fertilized by the fish droppings and the fish in turn are fed by the plants. This system is self-sustaining.
3. The people of France eat snails as a delicacy. We could possibly investigate the idea of keeping our own snail farms in order to help us become self-sufficient in food, especially now that there is a danger that the under the U.N. Agenda 21 protocol for sustainable development the United Nations wish to centralize and control the food supply of the whole world and they wish to ban meat the eating of because they claim that it is unsustainable.
4. Animals can easily be killed in meat factories by means of frequency weapons without be made to feel any pain what so ever. First of all, the frequencies of their brains are entrained in such a way that they can be made comatose. When they are comatose they can then be killed without ever having to suffer. Why hasnt this system of killing animals been implemented in meat factories throughout the world by now? No animal needs to suffer in behalf of those who eat meat.
We must return to becoming self-sufficient with food because those who own, control and run the United Nations do not have our best interest at heart.
SIMPLE CURE FOR ALZHEIMERS DISEASE, DIABETES, EPILEPSY, PARKINSONS DISEASE AND BI-POLAR DISORDER.
(Switch to eating mostly foods which come from animals rather than foods which come from plants.)
"I was blown away by a study by the Californian neurologist, Professor Dale Bredersen. He took ten patinets with Alzheimers disease and cured nine out of ten of them with a Paleo Ketogenic diet (mostly animal products) plus other simple nutritional interventions. (The one failure was a lady who could not stick to the diet.)
The above is a Quote from the PK COOKBOOK by Dr Sarah Myhill and Craig Robinson.
Amy Berger, MS, CNS, NTP, author of a book called "The Alzheimers Antidote" has written in her book that Alzheimers Disease is largely a problem of brain fuel metabolish. She further wrote that the brain is an energy-hungry organ and that anything that interferes with fuel delivery or processing in the brain will have dramatic effects on memory, emotions, behaviour and cognition. The human brain becomes unable to metabolize glucose efficiently . At its core, Alzheimers disease is the deterioration and death of brain cells via starvation.
Dr Amy Berger went on to say that glucose uptake and utilization are impaired in the Alzheimer's brain and she further said that a Canadian Research Team led by Stephen Cunnane, PhD, has proven that brain ketone (fat) uptake and metabolism are not impaired in Alzheimers Disease. Results show that fats are actually the preferred energy substrate for the brain because they enter the brain in proportion to their plasma concentration irrespective of glucose availability: if the energy needed by the brain are being met by fats, then glucose uptake decreases accordingly.
Fats are sometimes interchangeably called ketones because ketones are produced as a by-product of the breakdown of fats.
When you switch to a low-carbohydrate diet for a prolonged period your body eventually uses up all of its glucose and glycogen stores. Once you run out of glucose, your body starts to use an alternative source of fuel and in the case of the low carbohydrate ketogenic diet — it’s mostly fat.
People following a ketogenic fat based diet specifically reduce their carbohydrate intake (which is plant food) to a very low level in order to force their body to use fat for its primary fuel for energy. The human brain, even an aged Alzheimers ravaged brain can fuel itself with fats efficiently, leading to a full recovery from Alzheimers in nearly all cases.
Both a ketogenic (fat based) diet and a carnivore diet (also fat based) will cure Alzheimers.
HERE BELOW IS A SAMPLE MENU BASED ON FOOD REGULARY EATEN IN IRELAND.
Breakfast - Eggs beaten with a whisk plus sea salt and fried in butter plus sliced bacon.
Lunch - One tin of sardines, or else one tin of tuna or mackerel or whatever tinned fish is available,
Dinner - Either minced lamb, minced beef, fresh fish, bacon, chicken, brisket or liver,
Snack - Container of full fat natural yoghurt. ( make sure the yoghurt is full fat and not low fat.)
Plant food contains oxalates which inflame the intestines causing irritable bowel syndrome and which also inflames the joints causing arthritis. A diet of primarily animal products is a known cure for both epilepsy and bi-polar disorder. According to medical personnel who promote the carnivore way of eating, fat based fuel is the preferred fuel for both the human brain and the human body and in ancient times carbohydrates (plant based foods such as potoatoes, bread, cereal, bananas and apples) were seldom eaten.
It takes the human body approximately three weeks to adjust to using fat for its primary fuel rather than glucose so you will feel tired periodically for the first three weeks of the dietary adjustment.
Eskimoos have lived on fat as their fuel for thousands of years and they do not suffer from chronic illnesses. Babies use fat as their only fuel for the first several months of their lives. It is recommended that they continue being fed fat as their fuel in the form of soft boiled eggs and minced meat rather than ever switching them to using carbohydrates/glusose as their primary fuel.