Health, foods, and all other related topics


#1

Lately I’ve been studying topics like health, foods and all related subjects. Here I wanted to share what I think is important for everybody to look into. These topics may seem somewhat random, but they’re interesting nonetheless.

- Here’s a report on unhealthy foods that can cause diseases such as cancer:

(Source: https://thetruthaboutcancer.com/)

- David Icke on aspartame and other chemical poisons that affect us:

- This is a presentation on various topics such as biowarfare, GMO foods and Geoengineering:

- The following video is about meditation. I’ve tried this and I gotta say it feels very good to do this once in a while. Meditation is good for your mental health.

I’ll keep adding interesting stuff to this OP.

Please share your knowledge too!


#2

I took a health class in school, but it good to know more about it I love it. :blush:


#3

I kinda support this stuff, because comparing genetical modification of vegetables with classic selection is like comparing a scalpel and a sledgehammer, but that’s my opinion. Anyway, this is a nice topic :smiley:


#4

To my knowledge, GMO food is really bad for your health. Basically any genetically modified thing that you eat is bad.


#5

Well, I respect your opinion
But any food you buy is genetically modified, selection is more slower and unpredictable method


#6

Most, but definitely not all. I don’t know that much about agriculture and harvesting and these things, but I think it would better to support your local greengrocer. Their food is produced more close to nature and therefore the healthiest.


#7

@NickGr, I think you should know that GMOs (most anyway) are banned in the EU, so these legislators give anti-GMO biased rhetorics to justify this ruling.


#8

I know. Still don’t think it’s a better decision, if we’re talking about industry
@rickvanmeijel, supporting local green grocer is always good, not just because of nature, but because they have a very good quality control(here, at least)


#9

Local green grocers aren’t really a thing here, most people go for the pre packed supermarket stuff.


#10

This.

And living in a house where everything has to be fresh and organic and coming from said local green grocers, I can assure you there’s no difference in taste or whatever with common super market stuff. It’s a waste of money.


#11

Maybe no difference in taste, but the local green grocers often sell less processed foods which are healthier than most products from the super market


#12

Local greengrocers produce food that is much tastier than supermarket


#13

I agree…

Is the only thing here…

No one buys it here…