--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, Share Long <sharelong60@...> wrote: > > dear De Facto Ever Watchful, Doc's Inn across from the public library offers > organic buffalo burgers.Â We could order them extra rare and that would take > care of the blood requirement per the Maasai.Â What support of Nature!Â > > > Dear Carde, what's big in some Fairfield circles these days is fermented > foods like sauerkraut and kefir.
Do fermented grapes, potatoes and barley count too? Â A local woman has created a whole cottage industry supplying such for the community. She's called a 'moonshiner'. Â And then there are the raw foodies.Â > > > ________________________________ > From: Buck <dhamiltony2k5@...> > To: FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com > Sent: Monday, December 17, 2012 10:12 AM > Subject: [FairfieldLife] Re: Cream, whole milk and eggs, and stuff?? > > > Â > Dear Card, this is really terribly interesting science and is proly > completely relevant to the Invincible America Assembly right now. > Sort of like the results in the public 'school lunch program' it would > probably improve spiritual experiences in the Dome quite a lot in the > meditation if more people in there were better nourished and particularly if > the the course administration would serve some scrambled eggs or real protein > along with coffee and cream during the mid-morning break. Evidently it would > be very good to enforce a better diet to have a much healthier group of > meditators, "..Clean your plate or no stipend today!". The Science says so. > > Ever watchful to improve the spiritual experience of everyone in the large > group program, > -Buck, First De Facto Public Health Officer of the Age of Enlightenment up to > now and Heaven on Earth after 12.21.2012 > > --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "card" <cardemaister@> wrote: > > > > > > http://blueheronhealthnews.com/site/?p=6665 > > > > Micheal Cook Â· Top Commenter > > Throughout our history a healthy diet was one which was based mainly on > > foods of animal origin and high in fats. Where the major health problems > > occured in Britain, it was not among people who ate a lot of fat, but in > > those who did not get enough.The comparatively wealthy, who ate meat and > > dairy produce regularly, had average lifespans which were comparable with > > or better than those of today. It was the poor who could not afford such > > foods who suffered high levels of infant mortality, poor growth and > > shorter, less healthy lives. > > > > In the 1920's, Sir John Boyd Orr conducted a number of studies which > > compared growth rates of children in public schools with those in state run > > schools. He found that those from wealthier backgrounds were significantly > > taller than their poorer peers. After examining their relative diets and > > changing > > the constituents, Boyd Orr proved conclusively that children of the > > socially deprived, who lived on a largely carbohydrate diet of bread and > > potatoes, benefitted from a diet supplemented with full-cream milk. > > > > Boyd Orr's studies found confirmation in observations among the people's of > > India made by Sir Robert McCarrison, a colonial medical officer. He > > compared the southern Indians, who ate very little in the way of dairy > > produce and who were of stunted growth and prone to disease, with their > > neighbours to the north, the Sikhs, who drank a great deal of milk and were > > fit and healthy. Maasai, who lived almost exclusively on blood and milk, > > with their unhealthy vegetarian neighbours, the Kikuyu. That added to the > > weight of evidence. > > > > Boyd Orr concluded that the food intake of half the British population was > > seriously deficient in a number of what he called 'protective > > constitiuents' which were necessary for good health. In the late 1930's he > > proposed that the British people should drink more milk, and eat more dairy > > produce and meat. The British government of the time recommended that milk > > consumption should be doubled and introduced free school milk. The British > > Medical Association, giving specific amounts, advised that the population > > should consume 80% more milk, 55% more eggs, 40% more butter and 30% more > > meat. Later, with the advent of television advertising, the government > > sponsored its own 'go to work on an egg' campaign. > > > > Except for the period of food rationing during the 1940s and early 1950s, > > Boyd Orr's recommended diet was the standard British fare. We ate breakfast > > of eggs and fatty bacon fried in lard: dripping, the fat from the sunday > > roast, was saved to have on bread and toast: we drank full cream milk and > > ate butter. Only the poor ate margarine: and only the poor had high levels > > of disease. The recommendations to eat a relatively high-fat, high-animal > > protein diet led to a spectacular decrease in diseases: rickets, called the > > 'English Disease' because it was so widespread together with other > > defeciency diseases, largely disappeared from our lives: child deaths from > > diptheria, measles, scarlet fever and whooping cough also fell dramatically > > well before the introduction of anti-biotics and widespread immunisation. > > Although other factors helped, most important was the higher resistance of > > children to disease that followed from better nutrition. That dietary > > advice, > given to the people of Britain in 1938 remained the basis of our diet for > nearly 50years, during which time our mean life expectancy increased from 60 > years in 1930 to 70years by 1960 and by 1990 it had reached 75years. ( >From > the book 'Natural health and weight loss' by a Barry Groves.) > > > > Since the 1980s there has been a reversal of all that went before in the > > previous 50 years. No fat, low fat, meat consumption has been drastically > > cut from our diet, as has eggs, full cream milk, all on the advice of the > > modern day 'health gurus' 'nutirionists' and tv health pundits who are > > indoctrinating people into eating the most toxic and poisonous foods ever > > contrived. As one man said, the masses prefer to eat preserved, polished, > > purified, canned foods, that one way or another are dessicated by > > chemicals, by heating, by freezing and thawing, by oxidization and > > decomposition, by milling and polishing, man applies the principles of > > his"civilization," which is the elimination of the old primitive > > civilizations natural way of eating and the substitution of it with the > > artificial. By so doing he turns a once natural and wholesome food into a > > "dead" mass of nutritional sewage. the consequence of which is the sickest > > society that the world has ever seen > and getting sicker. > > Reply Â· 1 Â· > > Â· about an hour ago > > >