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[00:00:00] 10,000 plus years ago, there wasno mass produced food. There were only certain plants in nature. We couldn'teat things like canola and other things that have to have heavy machinery andchemicals to be made into food. Therefore, the natural human diet is real foodwith a capital R capital F
[00:00:30] Welcome carnivore omnivorefellow human would be carnivore lack of science related to the carnival diet. Ishould say lack of science related to any and every day, lack of nutritionscience, the inability to actually do science and research for human nutrition.Why we basically can't do it. It's not moral, it's unethical.
[00:00:52] It would never get approved, etcetera. How, if we were going to do it, we would need to do it. And a few ofthe things about science, the way it's done [00:01:00] now and how the capitalS science plus the capital, our research is used for nefarious sentence. Andit's actually something that kills more people every year than just aboutanything.
[00:01:10] The really bad science, thereally bad dogma that people use and the agenda seeking and the manipulate, anarrative that people have as a result of reading a few headlines and callingit capital S science and not actually critically thinking, not actually rereading the research, not looking at the abstract, not actually looking at themethods, used a lot of prompts here.
[00:01:29] Let's keep this video short,let's get right into it. Okay. This whole side is supposed to work. You take anobservational data, maybe you do some polling or you send food surveys or youlook at industry, or I would say government statistics, uh, like, uh, what'sthat big one that could get in the census and things like that.
[00:01:46] Obviously all those sources aregoing to be faulty in the first place, but I kid you not, a lot of research isactually based on pulling data from places like that. Not really payingattention to how the data was collected and whether it's accurate or not. Andthen that's used to do a meta [00:02:00] analysis right.
[00:02:01] Of, of that kind of data fromdifferent sources. And then they pull out connections, correlations to try tosay things like, well, people that eat more meat. Apparently ate more meat. Imean, that's what they said in the survey anyways, have a higher risk of thisor that or whatever. There are so many flaws in this.
[00:02:20] It's not even funny. But this iswhat's become mainstream. This is what the, the government agencies use andthese brainwashed celebrities and politicians and whatever, and food companieshave perpetuated because it benefits them. It benefits someone like Coca-Colato say, well, it's not about what the food is.
[00:02:37] It's about how many calories youeat. And that's why they funded an entire organization called the energybalance foundation, which is supposed to perpetuate the lie of calories incalories out dogma. After you take an observational data, you get some ideasabout. Well, let me test this data. This is how science supposed to work.
[00:02:53] Mind you again, like one takeobservational data form, kind of an idea about it. Then [00:03:00] go to do ainterventional tangible study where you actually test things. Not going to endthe video right there, because almost no new nutrition research does this.There are some rat studies that will test certain things like, like certainminerals and supplements and fish and things like that.
[00:03:18] Like there are studies done, butfor just a broad spectrum, like what does a healthy human diet? It doesn'texist. There's reasons why it doesn't exist because it would be Uber expensiveand it would be unethical. He'd literally have to lock people in a cage andaccount for every variable. You'd have to have exercise.
[00:03:34] You'd have to have whetherthey're smoking or not. You'd have to have what food they're eating versus acontrol group. So if this group is eating lots of red meat and that group iseating plants, for example, and what's funny is none of the food companies wantthis experiment to be done. Because I think secretly they know what it wouldshow.
[00:03:49] It would show that the entirehouse of cards they built on lies based on epidemiology, nonsense would comecrumbling down. And if you're a big food company that makes money off ofprocessed [00:04:00] food, you don't want anybody coming out and saying, eatlots of healthy animal foods. I mean, animal foods pretty much are the lowlowest margin food that there is the small producers, like older spring ranchor crowd cow that support small family farms are in the country.
[00:04:14] Most of these people do thisbecause it's the lifestyle. They're not making money. They're not living inluxury. They do it because they love doing it. They love the animals. They lovethe land. They love feeding people, big process, mass produced food, that'sconsolidated and centralized. That's how you eat out profit from food.
[00:04:33] It's very hard to do it anyother way. We can't do human research basically just for that reason. There's alot of other issues, but whatever. This is why for me, it's always about theancestral mind, the incestual perspective. What do we know for sure. Andactually, I just wrote a book. If you want to support the show, it's threebucks on Kindle right now.
[00:04:53] I'm going to raise it up soon. Iappreciate you doing that. There's a lot of tips in that will help you as 50real food tips. And in the introduction, [00:05:00] just through accident, kindof came out of me. I was writing the introduction and then I kind of stumbledupon what is a natural human diet. And I thought about it logically and I'mlike, Oh my gosh, We literally know what the natural human diet is.
[00:05:11] The real foundational humandiet. Why do we know this for sure, because we can just look at history. Verysimple. It's a very simple math problem. 10,000 plus years ago, there was nomass produced food. There were only certain plants in nature. We couldn't eatthings like canola and other things that have to have heavy machinery andchemicals to be made into food.
[00:05:29] Therefore, the natural humandiet is real food with a capital R capital F. This is not disputable. This isfact. This is what humans have lived on for the bulk of their existence, ourexistence, and only tiny sliver of time in the past. I would even say thispoint, the past couple of hundred years have we had mass produce highlypalatable, highly refined, shipped all over the world, assembled in a factoryand in vats and whatever food system, only in the past 50 to 70 years.
[00:05:56] And as those things have takenoff, what has also taken off [00:06:00] obesity, heart disease, cancer, andAlzheimer's every modern lifestyle related disease. Yet people still buzzblindly listened to the government that says food pyramid and watch yourcalories and move more again, back to research. You're supposed toobservational data form a hypothesis, or maybe don't even go into it thehypothesis and just say, let's figure this out.
[00:06:19] Here's some data points to maybetest and then perform an actual experiment yet somehow research today, the waypeople cite it and reference it the way people promote. Plant-based augment allthis nonsense. Is based on observational only, they're doing literally the,like the intro step to science and that's it.
[00:06:40] And then they call it science.They call it research every time I think about it every time I'm talking aboutit, it drives me nuts. The call to action here for you is, I don't know. Imean, I guess I do know it's ignore all of it. You can pretty much ignoreevery. Shred of nutrition, science, or research.
[00:06:58] There is, I [00:07:00] don'tbelieve that the average person needs to pay attention at all. Now you do havepeople like Paul Saladino, who likes to go real deep in the research. And hetries to like pick out things that he thinks are useful. Yeah, that's fine. Butagain, for you, like you can perform an experiment yourself.
[00:07:12] Do you want to really see ifplants or animals are better for you? Well, eat a plant-based diet for 30 days,then eat a animal-based diet, maybe an omnivore, maybe sarcoma, whatever. Likeliterally you'll never have a question again about what's better for yourbiology. It is so simple. Everybody can do it.
[00:07:29] Everybody should do it. And it'sreally fundamentally why this carnival movement, you know, this animal basedancestry, private way of eating is changing people's lives because they're justlike enough of the no noise. Let me just test it for myself and keep doing whatis working like so simple. So I kind of go more into this and like whatnutrition science has become.
[00:07:50] Let me just give you a quickrundown of this fraud. You go. So nutrition science has become. One fun tostudy often big food or pharma does this too. These studies take other[00:08:00] studies, usually survey based or observational data, or even cherrypick data sets that are there that are studies themselves that have a bias andthey put those all in a bucket and then they try to pick out a bunch of differentthings and basically cherry pick data for themselves.
[00:08:13] And guess what? They almostalways find the conclusion they're trying to find does science evolve and, andit's just science itself in the business of trying to prove. What you want to believe.We would still be building fires in the forest and we wouldn't have any of thistechnology around or anything.
[00:08:27] If that's what the goal ofscience was, Nicole is data research and they, they, they, then they publish itin a paper and then they want pure view. And then basically other scientists gofind these peer reviewed papers, published in some prestigious journal and theyread the title. Maybe they read the abstract.
[00:08:47] They almost never read themethods use and a lot of science, a lot of experiments, and meta-analysisthings like this. A lot of times they don't even reveal their methods use,which is very strange to me. You would think that that is like a prerequisitefor science. It's actually [00:09:00] uncommon to give all the data, but howyou came to a conclusion you came to.
[00:09:04] And that's where there's so muchfraud. Sometimes it's an accident. Sometimes it's, Playtone, there's retractionwatch.com, which just shows like the top papers that have been retracted, thatpeople still literally cite and link to the most retracted scientists or theirbasically fraudsters. And all this stuff is just mostly not understood by thepublic journalists.
[00:09:24] They don't care because they'rein the business of just getting clicks and views. They don't really care aboutanything. I mean at this point, journalists are like the scum of the earth.That's what I believe now. Not all of them, some are trying to do their ownthing, but they're getting censored by big tech and whatever.
[00:09:36] Like it's insane. People don'tunderstand how research is supposed to work. They don't understand how currentresearch is done. And, and if they did, they would easily ignore everythingthat comes out of some talking head punched in or expert or whatever on TV inevery government, government official ever would just be easily ignored.
[00:09:58] As I do. And there's a lot of[00:10:00] you do as well, because you would be disgusted if you understand howthese things work. So for me, it's people search, you know, Carver dietscience, or they won't understand what the science man, the Carver diet is,what we needed to really be focusing on is there should basically be nonutrition science at this point.
[00:10:19] That's what Sean Baker talksabout her podcast. He's like, he's basically like, it's so bad that itshouldn't even be a thing. We should just throw it all away. Think about howour ancestors lived use that as your observational data, like your understooddata to form a hypothesis? Well, if our ancestors ate a lot of meat and theyglued big, they grew big brains.
[00:10:37] They had a lot of access toomega-3 seafood, whatever. Then. Pick those foods out, eat them on a daily,weekly, whatever basis, like throttle some in and out, and you are performingscience, you are experimenting and you will come to very, very strong databecause you've experimented on yourself and your body has told you and shownyou what works and what doesn't that's [00:11:00] what carnival diet.
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