5 Worst Foods You Can Eat That People Think
by Frederic Patenaude
Fermented Cheese. Fermented,
or ripened cheese is one of the most
toxic foods known to man. The smallest
quantity has a catastrophic effect on
the system. It disturbs digestion and
makes everything ferment in the digestive
tract, so foods eaten don't benefit
the body. According to Albert Mosséri,
a European natural hygienist and researcher,
fermented cheeses can create or exacerbate
the following conditions: infection,
fever, headaches, nausea, cold sensitivity,
bad stools, bad digestion. Fermented
(or ripened) cheese includes many French
cheeses such as: camembert, roquefort,
parmesan, blue cheese, aged goat cheese,
brie, etc. Fresh or cooked cheese, aren't
as bad, but are not recommended either.
Their consumption leads to other problems.
So in conclusion, no cheese is recommended
for health, but fermented cheese should
be avoided like poison.
Fish and Seafood. Fish is getting
a good reputation these days. We are
told to eat fish due to its richness
in omega 3 oils. That is too bad, because
fish and seafood are some of the worst
foods we can eat.
Fish has a tendency to putrefy much
faster than meat - perhaps because it
contains more protein. If you put a
piece of meat and a piece of fish next
to each other in the open air, you'll
see that fish will go bad much faster.
In our digestive tract, heat and humidity
encourage this putrefaction. The poisons
then created from the putrefaction of
flesh foods, particularly fish, are
dangerous to the system.
top of that, there is absolutely no
safe fish on this planet anymore. They
are all more or less contaminated with
heavy metals such as mercury, whose
effects on the human body are extremely
detrimental and difficult to deal with.
We know that 40 tons of mercury are
released into the US by power plants
using coal combustion. The mercury contained
in coal moves through the air, finds
its way into the water and then accumulates
in the flesh of fish that live in it.
For that reason, there is no safe fish
anymore. Just one serving can contain
enough mercury or other heavy metal
to contaminate a person. For all of
those reasons, I would recommend avoiding
fish like your life depended on it.
Is seafood any better? It's actually
worse. Animals such as lobsters, oysters,
etc., are literally filters of the ocean.
A large quantity of water goes through
them which makes them some of the most
contaminated “foods” on
Spicy Food. Spicy food is any food
where strong (or mild) spices has been
added to it. Spices include: black pepper,
white pepper, cayenne pepper, ginger,
chili peppers, raw garlic, raw onion,
etc, and all the foods that contain
them: kimchee, hot sauces, Tabasco,
etc. The consumption of spices is extremely
detrimental to health. They irritate
the entire digestive tract, create mucus
(that the body produces to protect itself),
and wreck digestion. Spices were first
used as medicines, out of superstition,
and then in food. People became quickly
addicted to the stimulation they provide
and found themselves progressively unable
to enjoy food in its natural state.
The worst food you can eat is spicy
food, such as Indian, Thai, Mexican,
etc. In someone not used to it, it will
cause diarrhea. The person that is used
to it has undergone a process of morbid
adaptation, where the protecting itself
from the harsh spices by hardening its
surfaces. This protects against the
harmful effect of spices to some extent,
but at the same time it greatly diminishes
assimilation, no the food eaten doesn't
benefit the body very much. Children
and anyone with normal instincts refuse
spicy foods. Personally, I refuse to
eat spicy food, whether the spices are
in a raw dish or a cooked one.
Coffee, Black Chocolate and Cacao— First
premise: coffee, chocolate and cacao
(raw or cooked) are stimulants. They
contain certain substances (caffeine
and theobromine) that disturb the nervous
system. If a person is eating a more
natural diet, these poisons have an
even more disturbing effect on the system.
For a raw-foodist, one cup of coffee
has the effect of maybe four cups for
someone eating a standard American diet.
Personally, half a cup of coffee taken
in the morning will disturb my sleep
at night, while my dad can drink a cup
in the evening and still fall asleep.
However, as Shelton wrote: “toleration
to poisons is merely a slow method of
dying. Instead of seeing in the phenomena
of toleration something to be sought
after, it is something to seek to avoid
the necessity for.” A detoxified
person is much like a child: she will
strongly react to the smallest dose
of any intoxicant.
there is no room for compromise with
caffeinated drinks and cacao products,
which include: coffee, hot chocolate,
black chocolate, raw cacao beans, black
tea, green tea, maté tea, etc.
5- Wine, and alcohol — According
to toxicology (the branch of pharmacology
that deals with the nature and effects
and treatments of poisons), alcohol
is classified as a protoplasmic poison,
because it is poisoning to both plants
and animals - from the smallest microbe
to the most complex animal. Alcohol
kills microbes but also kills the cells
of a complex organism, such as the human
being. It is an intoxicant that ruins
millions of lives and kills people by
the thousand each day, directly or indirectly.
it has become a social habit in many
parts of the world to intoxicate oneself
with alcohol. This poison habit is so
prevalent and is such an intricate part
of our lives that is now considered
abnormal to abstain from this popular
intoxicant. Most health professionals
are aware of the ill effects of alcohol,
but few will recommend to give it up
completely. They will talk about “moderation.”
“Drink, they will say, but be
moderate.” How can someone be
moderate with such an unhealthy and
addictive product? To my understanding,
moderation is only valid for the healthy
factors of life, not unhealthy one.
For example, no doctor will tell you,
“be moderate in smoking,”
although that is what they used to say.
Can we be moderate with cocaine too?
my readers should understand that when
someone eats a healthy diet, alcohol
has an even more disastrous effect on
the body. That is because the body has
stopped protecting itself from the various
poisons found in a modern diet, because
it is no longer or less in contact with
them. Just like a child who has never
taken alcohol will strongly react to
it when drinking it for the first time.
So my dear readers, even that little
glass of wine has a catastrophic effect
on the system. And when drunk with a
meal, it makes everything ferment in
the digestive tract. Now if you cannot
resist that glass of wine, only have
a little and on an empty stomach only,
not with a meal.
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