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Americans are Stupid and Emotionally Infantile Because They’re Fat 22 Dec 2018 12:21 #1

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Americans are Stupid and Emotionally Infantile Because They’re Fat

Andrew Anglin
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December 20, 2018

As if we needed it, we have another report on how fat Americans are.

America is struggling with an obesity epidemic, and a new government report says that the population is only getting heavier.

“Mean (or average) weight, waist circumference, and BMI in adults 20 years and older increased between 1999-2000 and 2015-2016,” Cynthia Ogden, one of the report’s authors and an epidemiologist at the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for Health Statistics, wrote in an email.

The report looked at the height, weight, body-mass index and waist circumference of American adults; it updated a 2004 report on these trends between 1960 and 2002.

In that previous study period, “mean (or average) weight increased by more than 24 pounds and mean height increased by [about] 1 inch,” Ogden said.

The new report shows the trend continuing in weight but not in height.

The average weight of American men in 2015-16 was 197.9 pounds; for women, it was 170.6 pounds. This is up from 189.4 pounds and 163.8 pounds, respectively, in 1999-2000.

BMI, a formula involving height and weight, also increased. In 2015-16, the average BMI was 29.1 for men and 29.6 for women. Both numbers have increased since 1999-2000 when they were 27.8 in men and 28.2 in women.

Americans’ average BMI “is now almost 30 which is the cutoff for obesity,” Ogden noted. According to the CDC, a normal or healthy BMI is between 18.5 and 24.9. A BMI of 25 to 29.9 is considered overweight.

Average waist circumference also increased more than 1 inch in men and 2 inches in women, Ogden said: from 99.1 centimeters (39 inches) in men in 1999-2000 to 102.1 centimeters (40.2 inches) in 2015-16. For women, the measurement went from 92.2 centimeters (36.3 inches) to 98 centimeters (38.6 inches).

This fat creates endocrine (hormonal) problems.

This has been known for a very long time.

Here is a Harvard paper from 2011 showing that obesity increases estrogen production:

Obesity lowers testosterone levels. For example, a 2007 study of 1,667 men ages 40 and above found that each one-point increase in BMI was associated with a 2% decrease in testosterone. In addition, a 2008 study of 1,862 men ages 30 and above found that waist circumference was an even stronger predictor of low testosterone levels than BMI. A four-inch increase in waist size increased a man’s odds of having a low testosterone level by 75%; for comparison, 10 years of aging increased the odds by only 36%. All in all, waist circumference was the strongest single predictor of developing symptoms of testosterone deficiency. And if you doubt these two American studies, just consider Australian research that found almost one in every seven obese men could benefit from testosterone replacement, a rate more than four times higher than in nonobese men.

It basically makes men into womanly, pussy faggots.

Which is surely why so many men now get all touchy-feely over pictures of victimized immigrants, and why so many are calling for socialism.

Belief in socialism is also a signifier of low testosterone.

The staff of Buzzfeed, a communist tabloid, tested their testosterone levels, and unsurprisingly, they were extremely low.

This is at the core of the “bugman” phenomenon.

The communist website VICE News actually said that men should not go to the gym, because it makes them less communist.

Besides being pussies, fat people are also stupid.

US News and World Review, May 12, 2016:

The obesity epidemic is not only bad for our waistlines, but it could have a significant effect on our minds, as well. “Obesity not only impacts how you look … or physical health, it also impacts your brain,” says Ranjana Mehta, an assistant professor of environmental and occupational health at the Texas A&M Health Science Center School of Public Health in College Station, Texas. The researcher, who’s received National Institute on Aging funding to study obesity’s effects on brain function in seniors, notes obesity can change the structure of the brain and cause atrophy.

The Jewish ruling elite want the population to be a bunch of pussified bug people with extremely low mental faculties, and this is why horrible diet and fitness programs are promoted by the system.

It is also why we have such things as “body positivity” and people saying that it is okay to be fat, even though everyone knows it is unhealthy (even while everyone does not know that it makes you a pussy faggot and stupid).

If you are fat, your number one life priority needs to be to not be fat. Period. That is more important than making money, it is more important than gathering information, it is more important than enjoying yourself.

There are a lot of ways to get unfat. All it actually takes is will.

I used to think diet was the most important factor, now I’m wondering if it isn’t strength training. But it doesn’t really matter – you can lose weight purely with diet or you can lose weight purely with weights.

If you don’t have time to do weights, then do it with diet.

The best is obviously to do both at once.

I write a lot about this issue, but people often request guides.

I will put together guides.

But look: this isn’t complicated.

It is a matter of self-control.

This first thing to do is stop drinking beer, as that is just pure estrogen.

Then all you really need to do is control your carbohydrate intake. My advice is, if you are fat, cut the carbs to zero other than vegetables six days a week. On the seventh day, eat potatoes and/or rice. But no sugar.

Cut sugar out completely.

Six days a week, eat nothing but meat and vegetables, period.

You will lose weight steadily just by doing that. You do not have to count carbs. You can eat as much meat and as many vegetables as you want.

As far as the gym – start with a 3 day a week 5×5 strength program. These are very simple. You can get the book Starting Strength, or use this Strong Lifts 5×5 guide.

Starting Strength is probably better, but honestly, it doesn’t really matter. The point is to just get you going.

Once you are not fat, you will be more clear headed. You will do better in school or work. You will figure out ways to make money. You will be more motivated.

We need men who are strong and healthy. That is the number one thing we need. As you get stronger and healthier, any of your previous confusions will begin to melt away. You will understand women better, you will understand business better, you will be a better person. You will do better in your relationships, you will handle stress better.

Just do it.
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Americans are Stupid and Emotionally Infantile Because They’re Fat 22 Dec 2018 20:39 #2

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As me and my wife quit smoking a year ago, we gained some weight.

Personally I have got 7 kgs added which makes me slightly overweight.

Now we both go to the gym 3 x a week.

Yet, I'm only growing muscle and not losing weight / fat, just slightly lowering fat percentage.

Thus we decided to buy some Paleo diet books, as per Anglin's advice and start with it after NYE.

I'll keep you updated on the results.
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Americans are Stupid and Emotionally Infantile Because They’re Fat 11 Jan 2019 17:35 #3

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Flare wrote:

Yet, I'm only growing muscle and not losing weight / fat, just slightly lowering fat percentage.


Do the ketogenic/carnivore diet along with fasting. It worked for me.
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Americans are Stupid and Emotionally Infantile Because They’re Fat 13 Jan 2019 23:22 #4

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The ketogenic way of eating is getting popular, and it may be cutting into the profits of those who have made millions promoting calorie restriction and exercise. Eating lots of healthy fat, moderate protein and very low carbs has helped many people reverse obesity and chronic disease they thought was permanent.

Jillian Michaels is a very famous and successful fitness trainer. She is a great proponent of exercise as a method of weight loss. She was a celebrity trainer on the TV program Biggest Loser for a few years. Wonder why they have never had a Biggest Loser reunion show? Can you guess why?

Calorie restriction is the wrong paradigm for weight loss. The calorie restriction hypothesis of weight loss has been around for 100 years, and yet we somehow still have epidemics of obesity, fatty liver, type 2 diabetes and other chronic diseases of diet. Either you are a worthless glutton and sloth, or calorie restriction is a worthless paradigm for meaningful, long-term weight loss.

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Americans are Stupid and Emotionally Infantile Because They’re Fat 17 Jan 2019 21:06 #5

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Doctor Explains Why She Never Recommends The ‘Ketogenic Diet’

January 17, 2019 renegade

By Arjun Walia

The ketogenic diet has gained a tremendous amount of popularity over the past few years, and it’s become a trend that many people are adopting without doing their own research first. We’ve written multiple articles on the ketogenic diet, a diet that promotes a high fat/low carb intake in order to prolong the production of ketone bodies in one’s blood. The release of these ketone bodies happens when we fast and deplete our glucose reserves, which develop from eating carbohydrates that turn into sugar. One can prolong the production of these ketones by sticking to a low carbohydrate/high fat diet, and essentially run off of fat instead of their glucose reserves.

The ketogenic diet is being used as an intervention for cancer, and there are multiple studies showing how ketones can actually kill cancer. It’s becoming well known that cancer cells cannot efficiently process ketone bodies for energy. Essentially, the cell starves itself, and ketones help slow the proliferation of tumor cells. Dietary ketones have been shown to completely halt metastasis. For example, a study titled “The Ketogenic Diet & Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Prolong Survival in Mice with Systemic Metastatic Cancer” explains how it’s already known that the ketogenic diet elevates blood ketones and has been shown to slow cancer progression in both animals and humans. The study also revealed that the ketogenic diet “significantly decreased blood glucose, slowed tumor growth, and increased mean survival time by 56.8 percent in mice with systemic metastatic cancer.”

Fasting (when you fast you produce ketones) is also being used for cancer intervention, seizure prevention (epilepsy), and as a potential therapy for alzheimer’s disease, parkinson’s disease, and other neurodegenerative disorders.

A TEDx talk given by Mark Mattson, the current Chief of the Laboratory of Neuroscience, at the National Institute on Aging goes into detail about fasting, ketones, and how beneficial it is for the brain. He is also a professor of Neuroscience at Johns Hopkins University and one of the foremost researchers of the cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying multiple neurodegenerative disorders.

In 1923, scientist Otto Warburg hypothesized that cancer was caused by a metabolic process whereby cancer cells fuel their growth “by swallowing up enormous amounts of glucose [blood sugar] and breaking it down without oxygen.” Coined the Warburg Effect, the theory was considered controversial at the time, but the past few decades have sparked new interest in it and oncologists now use the dependence on glucose that cancer cells have to locate tumours within a patient’s body.

Warburg made his discovery around the same time the ketogenic diet was found to be beneficial for epilepsy. Studies have shown that when the body produces ketones, they form a protective barrier around the brain, which is why more and more paediatricians are recommending the diet for children with epilepsy. It has a huge success rate, but since fasting is neither marketable nor profitable, it receives little mainstream attention.

All of these are specific interventions for certain diseases, and they can be healthy. On a personal level, I believe fasting a few times a month is extremely healthy and can be very beneficial for the body. All of the studies in human and animal models show nothing but benefits. Keep in mind that while you fast, you also get the benefits of ketones.

This is far different from continuing on with a no carb, high fat diet where you are constantly producing ketones and burning fat. It doesn’t seem normal unless you have to do it for a specific intervention, like cancer. Despite the potential health benefits, the ‘ketogenic diet’ has become a fad with potential dangers that people should also be aware of.

The Five Reasons

Below is a list of points regarding the ketogenic diet from Michelle McMacken, an internal medicine physician, Assistant Professor of Medicine at the NYU School of Medicine, and Director of Bellevue Hospital Weight Management Clinic.

I came across these via her Instagram, which make it clear she does not support the diet:

1. That we know of, no population in history has ever thrived on a very-low-carb/high-fat diet. There is exactly zero scientific evidence that a keto diet is conducive to longevity & longstanding vitality – unlike a plant-centric diet, the foundation of the longest-lived people on earth.

2. A keto diet may cause short-term weight loss, but possibly at a serious price. A 2010 review found that low-carb, animal-based diets increased cardiovascular death by 14%, cancer death by 28%, & all-cause mortality by 23%- trends confirmed in other large studies.

3. A keto diet hasn’t been shown to prevent, control, or reverse type 2 diabetes in the long run. Avoiding carbs will temporarily lower your blood sugar if you have diabetes. But this simply masks the underlying problem, which is insulin resistance – ie. glucose in our blood can’t enter our cells & the liver overproduces sugar. This is NOT the fault of carbs from healthy foods – whole grains, legumes, fruit, or even starchy vegetables. In fact, a high-carb, high-fiber, plant-based diet is exceptionally protective against diabetes & can actually REVERSE insulin resistance & lower diabetes complications. In contrast, low-carb diets can promote diabetes over time, as they foster inflammation & fat buildup in our cells, causing insulin resistance.

4. Keto diet research is in its infancy, focusing on short-term blood results & body weight – not actual rates of disease or death. And some findings are concerning. LDL cholesterol levels tend to rise (or at best, stay the same) on keto diets. An overwhelming wealth of research shows that the higher the LDL, the higher the risk of cardiovascular disease.

5. A keto diet is low in refined grains & added sugar, which is great. But it also can be low in phytonutrients, antioxidants, & fiber, all of which have profound benefits, and it forbids some of the most powerfully health-promoting foods on earth – whole grains, legumes, & many fruits. To me, that’s just not good medicine.

Her references:

The Takeaway

It’s great to see the world becoming more health conscious, it’s one of multiple contributing factors in raising our vibrational frequency, and feeling more ‘alive.’ That being said, a lot of ‘fads’ seem to pop up in this field, which are coupled with a great misunderstanding of how these specific diets, like the ketogenic diet, is supposed to be used. At the end of the day, balance is key, and it’s best to incorporate more organic fruits and vegetables in your diet, and completely cut out all processed foods, and substances like high fructose corn syrup etc. Being healthy is not hard, and it’s not complicated. If you’re going to incorporate a specific diet into your lifestyle, just make sure it’s not one that’s specifically designed to combat certain diseases, like the ketogenic diet.

This article originally appeared on The Free Thought Project.
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