Many people are starting to find out that especially big tech like google and others have control over what get spresented to you in search results. The situation has been like this for many years but many didn't realize it. People are even starting to find out that there is such a thing as "fake news," but this too has been this way for decades. The information you find here is likely things you haven't heard before, but we do try to provide links to credible sources, however these sources are often-times linked as "not credible" by the very same fake news sources you have heard about.

Fact #1: Nutrition doesn't mean food & the latest fad never worked!

Nutrition doesn't mean food: it means what is inside of food, how your bodily metabolism functions (or for many doesn't); or rather what should be in there and what amounts you should be getting for your particular genetics. You’ve probably heard this before that “Doctors are not trained in nutrition,” and this is true, but again, that word doesn’t mean food! The sad thing is that is what the overwhelming majority of people think it means! Look at the cover of “health” magazines and you will probably see either a very pretty woman with food around her, or see a very muscular/athletic man in a photo. The ‘conventional’ medical schools graduate doctors who also likely think that nutrition means food, and they were taught that particular nutrients simply aren’t effective. The reality is there are 8 different routes to get substances into your body and that’s another thing we will get into. Again, nutrition is what should be inside of food in appropriate amounts because your body is made out of what your body is exposed to! This includes the technical details such as hormones, proteins, carbohydates, vitamins (not the ‘flintstone’ vitamins you are thinking of!)vitamin c content compared

For example, the typical human needs minimum 1000 mg of Vitamin C per day, but almost everyone you meet who has searched Google tells you that eating an orange is enough.  Is it really? No, it's not whatsoever.  You may see pictures like this saying up to 90 mg of ascorbic acid vitamin C per day is enough.  This is false and so are the other RDAs (recommended daily intakes).

Fact #2 Gender bias in healthcare

woman drinking nutrition shake

Numerous studies show there's a lack of attention on real, root cause medicine in general, however there exists much marketing geared toward women in the wide-ranged 'alternative healthcare' field. Not many people trust any information coming out of any healthcare field these days mostly because of apathy with all the conflicting information out there (ie: one year they say red meat causes cancer, another they say it doesn't). I was one of those people watching mostly women obsessing over healthcare (a evolutionary psychological and biological trait) along with all the conflicting information online (think of wikipedia and other marketing 'gurus' like Medical Medium and others). I knew that nutrition was important, but I thought that it meant mostly only food! I eventually gave up.

 

Fact #3 What's happening to you isn't your fault

There are many factors out there much bigger than you, and that mainly includes government-run policies concerning healthcare, banking, employment, environment, and the other big ones. Many, if not all of these, are rigged not in the "little guy's favor," but in the hands of much bigger people and organizations/corporations/government and world agencies. There are so many factors around you that you do not see, and start blaming yourself, because others are told to do the same to themselves. One poignant example is the relative difficulty of trying to find gainful employment even before the so-called pandemic. Many people simply aren’t aware that there has been a fake labour shortage occuring for more than 40 years, with employers, governments and corporations basically manipulating not only the banking and financial system, but also the labour market. That’s right: information is starting to trickle out courtesy of the internet to show proof of these above actors basically keeping wages/working condition unfavorable to the workers of the world, even in “first world countries” like Canada/USA. This is not the say joining another cartel like a union will help you. We will explain more about this in the coming sections/blog posts along with other factors working against you.

Fact #4 I was a victim of the medical industry

As we get older, we all become prey to ignorance and the blind trust we oten have for people we are told to have trust for. This often includes those like clergy, police, doctors of any kind, professors/teachers, bankers, and others in positions of “authority.” I was a victim of many things in my life, but the most egregious to me were when I was brutalized by the financial, medical, and the way men and women interact in this so-called “modern age.”

Fact #5 Most self-help content online is toxic

I used to occassionally read content from “self help” authors and found most of it to be impractical, and almost cult-like in some of their ideas and concepts. I also did not see how I could convince myself I was no longer suicidally depressed off and on since I was a child. Very similarly to how some self-proclaimed ‘medical experts’ online were telling people to drink celery juice to cure and prevent ailments, so too were the self-help gurus simply telling people to “just think positive” or meditate and pray for change in the world and yourself. I tried all of that, and even had my mother’s new Jehovah’s Witness friends come over to the house to talk to me about my situation. I still talk to those people, but I did not swallow the proverbial kool-aid.

Fact #6 There is a direct correlation between blood nutrient levels and health, cravings, mood, thinking

When I was not well with so-called “mental illness” I was also getting almost yearly common colds. I also had depression, white spots on my nails, greying hair, rough skin in some places, bumps on my scalp, and other things not tested or noticed by the doctors I had at the time. I also discovered barely 2 years ago with a newer medical doctor, that I had a hernia, and likely had it since I was born! That was causing my lack of appetite, along with smoking and other factors. You have to remember we are not products we buy at walmart, but indeed ever-changing organisms depending no various factors. According to many sources, "reductionist medicine is a direct product of Cartesian ideas about the body, specifically, he long-held view that the mind is separate from the body. The philosopher René Descartes (1596–1650) argued that the mind and body are made of totally different substances: mind is spiritual matter and body is material matter (think of so-called 'mental illness' and no cures for them?). Here you will find more information about this type of thing.

Fact #7 Single men & women at all-time high

I’ve always thought there was something strange happening with relationships between men and women. I grew up during the 80s and 90s, and saw all sorts of propaganda on television, but back then we didn’t have internet until around 1996, but there wasn’t much information on there except more technical things and was more of a geek’s paradise (I admit I am one). Back then things were much different in that – we could say – gender roles were probably more defined. That’s not to say there wasn’t any real greivances people didn’t have – because they did. This type of strife was only beginning to come into the general public consciousness. “Women’s rights” were made popular since probably the 1960s (think the hippy revolution and so on) but there wasn’t much talk about “men’s rights.” In contrast, the idea that we have “rights” is something of a myth as you an see now with the unscientific lockdowns. Indeed, in reality what we really have are privileges granted bt the ruling economic/political class, and can be taken away easily – and they have been. What I saw in the general public consiousness and media was that men were/are the oppressors and women are the victims. What we are increasingly witnessing now is more people staying single, with greater alienation from others. Simply pick up the newspaper, watch television, or surf the web, and you will surely see more stories of “abuse by men against women” and more people divorcing without any real solutions. Here you will find explanations and solutions as to why people act the way they do, and what can be done about it.

Fact #8 Drugs used far too often, too much

Don’t get me wrong here: I’m not discounting the use of pharmaceutical drugs, and that field has a very range of functions, however, doctors today are trained mainly only on those, and haven’t trained on nutrient therapy. They scoff at the idea that nutrients could be more powerful, more cost effective, have no side effects, and think they have not been proven using double-blind studies. Indeed, they have and research since the 1950s by government-funded doctors in places such as Saskatchewan, Canada, have proven that relatively high-dose (such as intravenous/intramuscular plus oral route) act as therapeutic drugs more powerful than those found in the pharmacy. In fact, most of the pharmaceutical drugs you see in nature have been reverse-engineered from nature, made synthetic, and patented and sold to you with a script from your doctor under a brand name. One of the big reasons we can’t get enough of the nutrients we need is multi-faceted, but has a lot to do with toxins in the environment blocking cellular update of these substances (think receptors in your cells). Another is genetic variations causing massive losses of these essential substances that you doctor likely doesn’t even test for unless you are already sick (because he didn’t prevent it). We will get more into this in the following pages and sections because it can be overwhelming to digest (pun intended) this information.

Below is a quote from a very popular, effective, rare medical doctor previously covered by OHIP, which was a rarity for someone with his qualifications in root cause medicine. The medical establishment has had a "witch hunt" out on these types of doctors and they finally took away his license close to his retirement. It was covered widely in the media, but as always, they trash the good people and make the bad ones look like saints.

"DR. TOM BARNARD. MD MSc
I was the sixth of seven children in a family where many of my family members had illnesses. I wanted to be a physician since I was five years old , and that is what I did. Now in my early seventies I retired my medical license and have moved entirely to holistic and natural medicines because I have found them to be more effective and safer. There is basically no reason to rely so much on drugs when much of what we need to achieve in our lives can happen with high quality more natural tools which do not have the side effects of depleting the body of vital nutrients or blocking the benefits of our natural intake of vitamins and minerals.
I am an expert in the natural tools that achieve the highest quality of life, mental clarity, vitality and essentially allow us to live better, longer. I am blessed to have a range of knowledge, experience and skills to launch a new career fully utilizing these time tested tools. I have spent years developing connections to the best quality and most reliable natural substances so that I can help us all achieve a safe and effective high quality life full of joy, vitality, sharp and effective thinking, a healthy and active sex life, all without relying on possibly harmful synthetic chemicals and pharmaceutical drugs most of which have originally come from these natural plant medicines. Come and consult with me and experience the power of these beautiful gifts of nature.
My expertise lies in Metabolism, Nutrition and the management and treatment of Diabetes along with many other common health concerns including: Immune disorders, allergies, weight gain chronic fatigue, sexual dysfunction and more."

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" Did you know most of us have hidden food allergies and intolerances? Saviez-vous que la plupart d'entre nous avons des allergies et des intolérances alimentaires cachées ? "

Words have certain meanings to different people, and even some words evoke an emotional image in the minds of people hearing them.  Do you ever wonder why people get such emotional thoughts? It largely has to do with not only the way people are trained to understand certain words, or the environment/culture they grew up and live in, but also the significant factor is the structure of their gut/brain axis.  This axis has been proven to have significant impacts on the health and look of the individual, but also how their brain processes information from all sources.  For instance, when someone hears the word "business," what do you think comes to mind?  To me, the first thing that comes to mind is that the person is probably ambitious, but also money-oriented.  Do we think the same thing about someone who works for an employer as an employee? Probably not so much.  I have been training myself to use words differently, and using different words to say the same thing.  For instance, as described above, I say the word "operation" instead of "owning a business" because I have run into many people who may think that people who have a business may be financially rich or some other superficial characteristic.  The same goes with over-used words in the lexicon of the culture you live in.

 What If I told you I could help you to "even out" not only your mind, but also your body? Who would have thought they are both the same? Your head is attached to your body after all, isn't it?  The Cartesian view (from 16th century philosopher Descartes) is that the mind is separate from the body, however this is from a time which had very limited scientific evidence for  these claims, and science itself was not far off from the junk science of today: based mostly on belief without many substantive theories, but more ruled by political dogma to appeal to the masses.  These masses are also majorly ruled by their emotions, and their emotions are mostly a product of their gut and brain health, because these two form what is called the "gut-brain axis."  

 

It has long been suspected that the relative abundance of specific nutrients can affect cognitive processes and emotions. Newly described influences of dietary factors on neuronal function and synaptic plasticity have revealed some of the vital mechanisms that are responsible for the action of diet on brain health and mental function. Several gut hormones that can enter the brain, or that are produced in the brain itself, influence cognitive ability. In addition, well-established regulators of synaptic plasticity, such as brain-derived neurotrophic factor, can function as metabolic modulators, responding to peripheral signals such as food intake. Understanding the molecular basis of the effects of food on cognition will help us to determine how best to manipulate diet in order to increase the resistance of neurons to insults and promote mental fitness.

 

Although food has classically been perceived as a means to provide energy and building material to the body, its ability to prevent and protect against diseases is starting to be recognized. In particular, research over the past 5 years has provided exciting evidence for the influence of dietary factors on specific molecular systems and mechanisms that maintain mental function. For instance, a diet that is rich in omega-3 fatty acids is garnering appreciation for supporting cognitive processes in humans1 and upregulating genes that are important for maintaining synaptic function and plasticity in rodents2. In turn, diets that are high in saturated fat are becoming notorious for reducing molecular substrates that support cognitive processing and increasing the risk of neurological dysfunction in both humans3 and animals4. Although these studies emphasize an important effect of food on the brain, further work is necessary to determine the mechanisms of action and the conditions for therapeutic applications in humans.

Over thousands of years, diet, in conjunction with other aspects of daily living, such as exercise, has had a crucial role in shaping cognitive capacity and brain evolution (BOX 1). Advances in molecular biology have revealed the ability of food-derived signals to influence energy metabolism and synaptic plasticity and, thus, mediate the effects of food on cognitive function, which is likely to have been crucial for the evolution of the modern brain. Feeding habits have been intrinsically associated with the development of human civilization, as people’s choice of what to eat is influenced by culture, religion and society. The newly discovered effects of food on cognition are intriguing for the general public, as they might challenge preconceptions, and they attract substantial interest from the media. The fact that feeding is an intrinsic human routine emphasizes the power of dietary factors to modulate mental health not only at the individual level, but also at the collective, population-wide level. Here I discuss the effects of both internal signals that are associated with feeding and dietary factors on cell metabolism, synaptic plasticity and mental function (FIG. 1). Throughout I use the term cognition from a neurobiological perspective, to refer to the mental processes that are involved in acquiring knowledge and to the integration of these processes into the conscious aspect of emotions, which influences mood and has psychiatric manifestations5.

 

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2805706/

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