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DownUnderLifter

Article about David Carter:

http://www.news.com.au/...8-1227481590059

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sirloin

Good stuff, Ive had a similar experience since going vegan, ie the tendentious and acid reflux ive suffered with for years is gone. As it happens, its appears (at least in my case), the high animal fat diet approach was the cause, moreover the grains and legumes were not the evil I was lead to believe...that being said I avoid soy products.

For me hemp and rice protein, fruits, steamed vegatables, nuts and nut butters (almond and cashew), grains (brown rice, buckwheat and quinoa), legumes (black beans, chickpeas, mung beans, adzuki beans, seeds (flaxseed, sunflower, and pumpkin) and sweet potatoes have me feeling better than ever:)

Note to self, change user name lol.
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coomo

DownUnderLifter wrote:
Article about David Carter:

http://www.news.com.au/...8-1227481590059


His diet is totally unatural and incongruent with evolution.
He couldnt have eaten this way 100 years ago.
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parker1

Most of the National Football League (NFL) here in the US is on some form of performance enhancing drugs...steroids, GH, etc. I'm not accusing Mr. Carter of using, but, I look at these types of articles with a critical eye.

I may be wrong, but, try to find a clean NFL player, based on testimonials in Congress, books like Spiral of Denial, specials on HBO, etc.
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sirloin

coomo wrote:
DownUnderLifter wrote:
Article about David Carter:

http://www.news.com.au/...8-1227481590059


His diet is totally unatural and incongruent with evolution.
He couldnt have eaten this way 100 years ago.


Who gives a fuck, hes in better health for going vegan. Theres a differance between eating for survival and eating for optimal health...a big differance.
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HeavyHitter32

coomo wrote:
DownUnderLifter wrote:
Article about David Carter:

http://www.news.com.au/...8-1227481590059


His diet is totally unatural and incongruent with evolution.
He couldnt have eaten this way 100 years ago.


Then go back living like people did 100 years ago when average life expectancy was 53.

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farhad

Massachusetts, USA

HeavyHitter32 wrote:
coomo wrote:
DownUnderLifter wrote:
Article about David Carter:

http://www.news.com.au/...8-1227481590059


His diet is totally unatural and incongruent with evolution.
He couldnt have eaten this way 100 years ago.


Then go back living like people did 100 years ago when average life expectancy was 53.



Or he can pay a visit to a Carb-Sane Asylum where he can cure himself of his phobia of carbs.

http://carbsanity.blogspot.com...

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coomo

HeavyHitter32 wrote:
coomo wrote:
DownUnderLifter wrote:
Article about David Carter:

http://www.news.com.au/...8-1227481590059


His diet is totally unatural and incongruent with evolution.
He couldnt have eaten this way 100 years ago.


Then go back living like people did 100 years ago when average life expectancy was 53.


Due only to infant mortality Nothing else.

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HeavyHitter32

coomo wrote:
HeavyHitter32 wrote:
coomo wrote:
DownUnderLifter wrote:
Article about David Carter:

http://www.news.com.au/...8-1227481590059


His diet is totally unatural and incongruent with evolution.
He couldnt have eaten this way 100 years ago.


Then go back living like people did 100 years ago when average life expectancy was 53.


Due only to infant mortality Nothing else.



BS.

http://www.cdc.gov/...lead1900_98.pdf
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kurtvf

coomo wrote:
HeavyHitter32 wrote:
coomo wrote:
DownUnderLifter wrote:
Article about David Carter:

http://www.news.com.au/...8-1227481590059


His diet is totally unatural and incongruent with evolution.
He couldnt have eaten this way 100 years ago.


Then go back living like people did 100 years ago when average life expectancy was 53.


Due only to infant mortality Nothing else.



Are you kidding?? So all that research over the past 100 years on heart disease, cancer, infections, and strokes has been a complete waste of time?? You are totally incorrect.

Treatment for heart dz in 1915-bedrest.
Treatment for cancer 1915-cut it out IF diagnosed(no chemo drugs).
Treatment for infections 1915-drain pus(no antibiotics).
Treatment for stroke in 1915-undertaker.

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parker1

The vegan diet is irrelevant to an NFL career, however, a proper vegan diet has proven -- via peer reviewed studies, etc. -- to reverse heart disease, halt Rheumatoid Arthritis, halt/reverse Type 2 diabetes, reduce issues with Type 1 diabetes and benefit or halt many forms of cancer.

Is it part of our evolution? Probably not. Neither was milk or domesticated cattle or chickens.

But, if a vegan diet can halt or reverse a disease, just like a hard core keto diet benefits certain illnesses, then, great.
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coomo

HeavyHitter32 wrote:
coomo wrote:
HeavyHitter32 wrote:
coomo wrote:
DownUnderLifter wrote:
Article about David Carter:

http://www.news.com.au/...8-1227481590059


His diet is totally unatural and incongruent with evolution.
He couldnt have eaten this way 100 years ago.


Then go back living like people did 100 years ago when average life expectancy was 53.


Due only to infant mortality Nothing else.



BS.

http://www.cdc.gov/..._98.pdf

You might want to do some basic maths, mate.1998 wasnt 100 years ago.

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coomo

kurtvf wrote:
coomo wrote:
HeavyHitter32 wrote:
coomo wrote:
DownUnderLifter wrote:
Article about David Carter:

http://www.news.com.au/...8-1227481590059


His diet is totally unatural and incongruent with evolution.
He couldnt have eaten this way 100 years ago.


Then go back living like people did 100 years ago when average life expectancy was 53.


Due only to infant mortality Nothing else.



Are you kidding?? So all that research over the past 100 years on heart disease, cancer, infections, and strokes has been a complete waste of time?? You are totally incorrect.

Treatment for heart dz in 1915-bedrest.
Treatment for cancer 1915-cut it out IF diagnosed(no chemo drugs).
Treatment for infections 1915-drain pus(no antibiotics).
Treatment for stroke in 1915-undertaker.


You are quoting improvments in treatment.Why dont you actually read what is written, before you post a totally irelavent reply?

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coomo

parker1 wrote:
The vegan diet is irrelevant to an NFL career, however, a proper vegan diet has proven -- via peer reviewed studies, etc. -- to reverse heart disease, halt Rheumatoid Arthritis, halt/reverse Type 2 diabetes, reduce issues with Type 1 diabetes and benefit or halt many forms of cancer.

Is it part of our evolution? Probably not. Neither was milk or domesticated cattle or chickens.

But, if a vegan diet can halt or reverse a disease, just like a hard core keto diet benefits certain illnesses, then, great.

Where? Show me double blind studies that being vegan halts(ie cures) cancer.
Stop chucking this shit out, if you cant back it up.

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coomo

HeavyHitter32 wrote:
coomo wrote:
HeavyHitter32 wrote:
coomo wrote:
DownUnderLifter wrote:
Article about David Carter:

http://www.news.com.au/...8-1227481590059


His diet is totally unatural and incongruent with evolution.
He couldnt have eaten this way 100 years ago.


Then go back living like people did 100 years ago when average life expectancy was 53.


Due only to infant mortality Nothing else.



BS.

http://www.cdc.gov/..._98.pdf


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coomo

HeavyHitter32 wrote:
coomo wrote:
HeavyHitter32 wrote:
coomo wrote:
DownUnderLifter wrote:
Article about David Carter:

http://www.news.com.au/...8-1227481590059


His diet is totally unatural and incongruent with evolution.
He couldnt have eaten this way 100 years ago.


Then go back living like people did 100 years ago when average life expectancy was 53.


Due only to infant mortality Nothing else.



BS.

http://www.cdc.gov/..._98.pdf




By decreasing the infant mortality rate from 8.59% (1937) to 0.799% (1994), life expectancy increased from 70.20 to 76.10 years or 5.90 years
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sirloin

coomo wrote:
parker1 wrote:
The vegan diet is irrelevant to an NFL career, however, a proper vegan diet has proven -- via peer reviewed studies, etc. -- to reverse heart disease, halt Rheumatoid Arthritis, halt/reverse Type 2 diabetes, reduce issues with Type 1 diabetes and benefit or halt many forms of cancer.

Is it part of our evolution? Probably not. Neither was milk or domesticated cattle or chickens.

But, if a vegan diet can halt or reverse a disease, just like a hard core keto diet benefits certain illnesses, then, great.
Where? Show me double blind studies that being vegan halts(ie cures) cancer.
Stop chucking this shit out, if you cant back it up.

Dont know about haulting it, but a vegan diet has been shown to greatly reduce the risk of getting cancer.



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kurtvf

coomo wrote:
kurtvf wrote:
coomo wrote:
HeavyHitter32 wrote:
coomo wrote:
DownUnderLifter wrote:
Article about David Carter:

http://www.news.com.au/...8-1227481590059


His diet is totally unatural and incongruent with evolution.
He couldnt have eaten this way 100 years ago.


Then go back living like people did 100 years ago when average life expectancy was 53.


Due only to infant mortality Nothing else.



Are you kidding?? So all that research over the past 100 years on heart disease, cancer, infections, and strokes has been a complete waste of time?? You are totally incorrect.

Treatment for heart dz in 1915-bedrest.
Treatment for cancer 1915-cut it out IF diagnosed(no chemo drugs).
Treatment for infections 1915-drain pus(no antibiotics).
Treatment for stroke in 1915-undertaker.


You are quoting improvments in treatment.Why dont you actually read what is written, before you post a totally irelavent reply?



I did read your post. It is incorrect.(still)
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kurtvf

coomo wrote:
HeavyHitter32 wrote:
coomo wrote:
HeavyHitter32 wrote:
coomo wrote:
DownUnderLifter wrote:
Article about David Carter:

http://www.news.com.au/...8-1227481590059


His diet is totally unatural and incongruent with evolution.
He couldnt have eaten this way 100 years ago.


Then go back living like people did 100 years ago when average life expectancy was 53.


Due only to infant mortality Nothing else.



BS.

http://www.cdc.gov/...lead1900_98.pdf



By decreasing the infant mortality rate from 8.59% (1937) to 0.799% (1994), life expectancy increased from 70.20 to 76.10 years or 5.90 years


So what do you credit for the extra 17 years of life expectancy to??

76-6 =70 which is 17 years more than 53.
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HeavyHitter32

coomo wrote:
HeavyHitter32 wrote:
coomo wrote:
HeavyHitter32 wrote:
coomo wrote:
DownUnderLifter wrote:
Article about David Carter:

http://www.news.com.au/...8-1227481590059


His diet is totally unatural and incongruent with evolution.
He couldnt have eaten this way 100 years ago.


Then go back living like people did 100 years ago when average life expectancy was 53.


Due only to infant mortality Nothing else.



BS.

http://www.cdc.gov/...lead1900_98.pdf
You might want to do some basic maths, mate.1998 wasnt 100 years ago.



If you scroll down on the document, it lists deaths in 1915.
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coomo

kurtvf wrote:
coomo wrote:
HeavyHitter32 wrote:
coomo wrote:
HeavyHitter32 wrote:
coomo wrote:
DownUnderLifter wrote:
Article about David Carter:

http://www.news.com.au/...8-1227481590059


His diet is totally unatural and incongruent with evolution.
He couldnt have eaten this way 100 years ago.


Then go back living like people did 100 years ago when average life expectancy was 53.


Due only to infant mortality Nothing else.



BS.

http://www.cdc.gov/...lead1900_98.pdf



By decreasing the infant mortality rate from 8.59% (1937) to 0.799% (1994), life expectancy increased from 70.20 to 76.10 years or 5.90 years

So what do you credit for the extra 17 years of life expectancy to??

76-6 =70 which is 17 years more than 53.

Your insinuation is that increase in life expentancy, is due entirelly to medical advancement.
Not true.Basic hygene maybe.However, industrial death, pollution has also im
proved markedly.
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coomo

sirloin wrote:
coomo wrote:
parker1 wrote:
The vegan diet is irrelevant to an NFL career, however, a proper vegan diet has proven -- via peer reviewed studies, etc. -- to reverse heart disease, halt Rheumatoid Arthritis, halt/reverse Type 2 diabetes, reduce issues with Type 1 diabetes and benefit or halt many forms of cancer.

Is it part of our evolution? Probably not. Neither was milk or domesticated cattle or chickens.

But, if a vegan diet can halt or reverse a disease, just like a hard core keto diet benefits certain illnesses, then, great.
Where? Show me double blind studies that being vegan halts(ie cures) cancer.
Stop chucking this shit out, if you cant back it up.

Dont know about haulting it, but a vegan diet has been shown to greatly reduce the risk of getting cancer.




Again,where are the double blind studies? You wont find any.All you will find is opinions.
Plus do you jab your b12,and cq10?

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coomo

kurtvf wrote:
coomo wrote:
HeavyHitter32 wrote:
coomo wrote:
HeavyHitter32 wrote:
coomo wrote:
DownUnderLifter wrote:
Article about David Carter:

http://www.news.com.au/...8-1227481590059


His diet is totally unatural and incongruent with evolution.
He couldnt have eaten this way 100 years ago.


Then go back living like people did 100 years ago when average life expectancy was 53.


Due only to infant mortality Nothing else.



BS.

http://www.cdc.gov/...lead1900_98.pdf



By decreasing the infant mortality rate from 8.59% (1937) to 0.799% (1994), life expectancy increased from 70.20 to 76.10 years or 5.90 years

So what do you credit for the extra 17 years of life expectancy to??

76-6 =70 which is 17 years more than 53.

I never mentioned 53.Whats your point?

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sirloin

coomo wrote:
sirloin wrote:
coomo wrote:
parker1 wrote:
The vegan diet is irrelevant to an NFL career, however, a proper vegan diet has proven -- via peer reviewed studies, etc. -- to reverse heart disease, halt Rheumatoid Arthritis, halt/reverse Type 2 diabetes, reduce issues with Type 1 diabetes and benefit or halt many forms of cancer.

Is it part of our evolution? Probably not. Neither was milk or domesticated cattle or chickens.

But, if a vegan diet can halt or reverse a disease, 9just like a hard core keto diet benefits certain illnesses, then, great.
Where? Show me double blind studies that being vegan halts(ie cures) cancer.
Stop chucking this shit out, if you cant back it up.

Dont know about haulting it, but a vegan diet has been shown to greatly reduce the risk of getting cancer.




Again,where are the double blind studies? You wont find any.All you will find is opinions.
Plus do you jab your b12,and cq10?



Nope, I dont need to supplement my diet. Double blind studies? Couldnt tell ya, what I do know is theres an a massive amount of research that shows a vegan diet lowers the risks of cancer, heart disease, diabetes and strokes. The real issue here, is that you are one of the low carb paleo crowd and god forbid someone has something good to say about about a plant based diet.
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coomo

sirloin wrote:
coomo wrote:
sirloin wrote:
coomo wrote:
parker1 wrote:
The vegan diet is irrelevant to an NFL career, however, a proper vegan diet has proven -- via peer reviewed studies, etc. -- to reverse heart disease, halt Rheumatoid Arthritis, halt/reverse Type 2 diabetes, reduce issues with Type 1 diabetes and benefit or halt many forms of cancer.

Is it part of our evolution? Probably not. Neither was milk or domesticated cattle or chickens.

But, if a vegan diet can halt or reverse a disease, 9just like a hard core keto diet benefits certain illnesses, then, great.
Where? Show me double blind studies that being vegan halts(ie cures) cancer.
Stop chucking this shit out, if you cant back it up.

Dont know about haulting it, but a vegan diet has been shown to greatly reduce the risk of getting cancer.




Again,where are the double blind studies? You wont find any.All you will find is opinions.
Plus do you jab your b12,and cq10?



Nope, I dont need to supplement my diet. Double blind studies? Couldnt tell ya, what I do know is theres an a massive amount of research that shows a vegan diet lowers the risks of cancer, heart disease, diabetes and strokes. The real issue here, is that you are one of the low carb paleo crowd and god forbid someone has something good to say about about a plant based diet.

You keep saying there is research WHERE? there are no double blind studies.Only opnions.Mostly from those with vested interests.
If your not eating meat, Id suggest you supplement B12 and CQ10 without it your likely to end end up with a heart arrhythmia , at some point.

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