This is health and fitness after all, so how many of you read the book Nutrition and Physical Degeneration by Weston A. Price? The book is about healthy indigenous tribes being introduced to modern foods and quickly degenerating, getting modern diseases.
Oh shit. Sorry. I posted in the wrong board using Clover. My bad.
>>645545Sorry for what?
>>645546S-Sorry for killing a thread, mister.
>>645551You probably killed a thread of shitposting against Blender by frothing retards who paid $1500 for a subpar proprietary software coded by pajeets.No harm done.
>>645552You're part of the problem.
>>645552Well thank god.
>>645552...as opposed to paying with your dignity for an amateur software coded by SJWs?
>>645544best thread on the catalog right now
>>645576Then maybe you lads could use some info on nutrition?
>>645580Go ahead. The stuff you're posting's pretty interesting already.
All you Blender h8rs need more fiber in your diet. Seriously, you're so fucking constipated. Take a healthy rage dump.
>unironically the best thread right now
>>645606Reality and facts don't "h8" you, they just dawn on you.
>>645604>>645638Well, indigenous tribes used to mostly eat high vitamin animal products, like organ meats, loads of fat, fish, dairy, eggs, some wild plants. The introduction of grains and sugar to their diet made them deformed, sickly. Nutrition is not just important for good health, eating the wrong things literally makes you not develop properly. Genetics are blamed for this nowadays, when the answer is so obvious: not enough nutrients.This is also proven in Pottenger's cat study, where cats fed cooked food instead of raw quickly degenerate and their future generations are affected: https://youtu.be/OvQ5F6GCfgI
>>645656These are foods to avoid. It's kinda limiting, but that's what it takes to not be poisoning yourself.
>>645657That's pretty interesting. I'd like to see elaborations on avoiding MSG and microwave usage though. As far as I know, those are completely harmless. I wonder if it's just because they're "artificial" in nature.If you wanna 'oops wrong board' again, give /ck/ a try. I can bet this list will stir up some crazy shit. That board's really sensitive when it comes to what to and not to eat.
>>645659Thanks anon, but I genuinely posted here by mistake.
>>645660Yeah, I know. Just a suggestion.
>>645604>The stuff you're posting's pretty interesting already.It's fake though, just dumb wishful thinking ("if only I eat the RIGHT thing I'll be healthy!") by the medically ignorant and, in the case of the author, someone wanting to push some sort of racial politics. People have been getting cavities since before written language, let alone before "processed food".
>>645544How do I make teeth porn in Zbrush
>>645671Racial politics? What are you on about? You're reading too deep into this. Indigenous groups don't have cavities.
>>645712Come on, there is obviously a racialist agenda behind those illustrations. I don't know in which sense, but there is one.
>>645712Also, pic related.
>>645715There really isn't. The author is just showing how a more natural diet is superior. If you can't see that the unmodernized indigenous people are healthier, look again. It's true, I mean, look around you, everyone needs to go to the dentist nowadays. There is also a part in the book where Price visits Indigenous Swiss villagers, who are white and shows how they're much healthier than the ones living in cities.>>645716Modernized inuits obviously have these health problems, they're eating grains. The book is all about how eating grains destroyed people.Look at pic related in >>645558
>>645657This is virtually impossible
unironically the only good thread on /3/ in months
>>645657Besides b12 what's impossible to get on a plant-based diet?
>>645544Can confirm that after getting rid of sugar my tooth decay basically stopped completely. Stop eating that shit.
I eat sugary foods without worrying and I don't have cavities. I'm in my early thirties. It's just genetics.
>>645736A, B6 (Pyridoxal, pyridoxamine) D3, F, K2, creatine, carnosine, carnitine, taurine, cholesterol, heme-iron and more.Studies that prove this: https://pastebin.com/ZSKczhCxVegans: The Epitome of Malnourishment 3: https://youtu.be/PJnPZgLHHWQ
>>645733Nah, you just buy whole foods and cook them, it's not very hard. I manage it.
>>645740When I tried keto for the first time I immediately noticed I didn't have bad breath in the mornings anymore and didn't have to brush my teeth.
>>645741Perhaps it's some sort of adaptation. I've always gotten cavities easily. I wish I knew it was the grains, not just sugar.
>>645544The only thing that's kinda true is that sugar is shit for you, also some bread is made with sugar or lard which makes it unhealthysecond thing is that i read some time ago that water is really influential on your teeth health, a reason why drinking soda is awful