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RE: Home Edders | Preschool class about Nutrition | Healthy vs Unhealthy

in Home Edders3 months ago

I didn't even realize that this worksheet could have some arguable healthy/unhealthy things on them, depending on personal diet / experience / view on nutrition.

I was looking at the sheets and thinking the same thing. As we learn more about health and our individual bodies we realise the is no cut and dry way to determine healthy for everyone. The cheese is another good example as so many people are intolerant to dairy. I recently watched this video, which talks about someone who cured his ailments with a carnivore diet and notes how the bread based diet of the Egyptians likely made them fat.

Yet, there is also a rare disorder where you can't digest fats and have to eat high carb instead. Imagine the ticks going the opposite way around!

I really like this balanced article.

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As we learn more about health and our individual bodies we realise the is no cut and dry way to determine healthy for everyone.

Exactly, I even think that (seeing the diet changes to see where the problem lies) for some people you may need a healthy combination of a few. When the docs can't find anything, you're on your own finding this problem, which imo is probably better as we now lean towards natural remedies / changes in diet instead of meds.

I recently watched this video, which talks about someone who cured his ailments with a carnivore diet and notes how the bread based diet of the Egyptians likely made them fat.

I watched the video, and also let my boyfriend watch it as I didn't know if he already knew all of this, which was the case. But thank you so much for sharing it, as I haven't seen as much of these videos as he did and now I learned something myself!
Interesting stuff, and I also find it "notable" that it's beyond my belief that some people don't question dietary advise that changes every few years when you see a graphic like in this video marking the period in time where people started to get fatter. Aka cereal advise ;) Of course, I still have a ton to learn, but when I bump onto this kind of info it makes me even more eager to find the best diet for ourselves rather than following "Main stream media" advise.

Especially when you think about the fact that nobody is even mentioning taking your vitamins, eat healthy, exercise, get fresh air anymore, while the world is getting more and more depressed by restrictions. But that's a totally different topic I guess :)

Thanks for your comment and support!

It was a really well balanced post and a great read.

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Thank you!

By the way, so you know you can tag #naturalmedicine on your HomeEdders posts, to earn LOTUS too? This one particularly is appropriate.

Ouch, no, I thought it may be not done, so I didn't.. It crossed my mind, though. Thanks for pointing that out :)

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