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Where are you getting your RDA percentages from, the FDA ?.... Your numbers are Very low. Remember 1000 mcg's = 1mg.
On an average people should be consuming 12.5 - 23 mg of Iodine per day or 12,500 - 23,000 mcg's
Carbohydrates are NOT healthy for humans. Potatoes stimulate Beta Cells to produce Insulin. Regardless of the Iodine content in Potatoes they are inherently UNHEALTHY in the human diet. I do boil about 17 lbs. of potatoes every day and feed them to my ducks. They love boiled potatoes and I reuse the cooking water until it is really thick when cooled. I then evaporate even more water to thicken it to a stiff paste. Then I mix in Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth to dry it even more. Next comes Dried Meal Worms and Kelp. Lastly I mix in dried Comfrey Leaf and a balanced electrolyte multivitamin mix. Moistened and rolled into a 1/8" thick sheet and sun dried. Then crush into crumbles. Voila Duck Layer Food. My eggs are gorgeously huge with thick hard shells. Huge bright orange yolks and thick albumin they are a spectacular example of the perfect food for humans. Free range organic duck eggs. 80+% Fat, 15% Protein, <5% Carbohydrates. Unlike Fats and Proteins Carbohydrates are Not an Essential Nutrient in the Human Diet. There are some organs that require Glucose but only tiny quantities and the Liver manufactures what is needed through Gluconeogenesis. Eating Any Carbohydrates spikes Insulin. Insulin is the Hormone that converts Glucose to Adipose Fat. I like the fact that this video does promote the need for more iodine in the western diet but not obtaining it from potatoes. Cranberries are another problematic source unless the Iodine is extracted for consumption. Perhaps by water extraction. The goal being to remove the carbs. I eat wild caught cod regularly and take Kelp in capsule form. I do not exceed 5% of my daily caloric intake from carbohydrates. My body runs on Ketones and has been for at least 50 years. I learned about using Ketones for fuel from my Dad (physician). He used the Ketogenic Diet to treat his epileptic patients and to help other patients with weight loss. I went on to study human nutrition and physiology including post doctoral research in human nutritional anthropology. We evolved as Fat Eaters not Carbohydrate Eaters. That is evolutionary fact.
The problem in Australia is mineral deficient soils which means much of the food is low on nutrients the government does not want people to know so it feeds them fluoride to make them even less aware and is leading to ever higher levels of depression and legal addiction to drugs prescribed.
There is no such thing as "good carbs." Carbohydrates are not necessary in the human diet in fact they cause an Insulin spike. Insulin is the Fat Storage Hormone. I think the video is pretty good except for the potatoes. Suggesting that carbohydrates are good after a workout is bullshit. The human body is fueled with ketones NOT Carbohydrates. If glucose is needed by the body the Liver can manufacture what is needed. Carbohydrates are not essential in the human diet.
Hello, Mr. Walker:
First, I want to say that I appreciate your videos, particularly the ones about testosterone.
Thank you for all your interesting videos.
But I have a complaint; In the "5 Testosterone-Boosting Foods" video, you made the statement that your videos are "100% researched". That may be true, but there are many untrustworthy sources of info today, & the U.S. government is one of the worst.
You cited the "Recommended Dietary Allowance" numbers, in the video.
Those numbers are worse than worthless. They are misleading, since they are an ESTIMATE, based on a faulty conclusion. Yes, I know your background, & I also know Dr. Michael Colgan's background, too. He is an acknowledged world class expert in nutrition, even if some of his research is 30 to 40 years old now.
I'll give you an example.
The "RDA" for fat is 61 grams, averaged, per day. That would be laughable, except for the fact that it is dangerously low.
Yes, I also know what the "mediquacks" say about fat--here's the clincher. Since 'medicine' started telling us to "eat less fat", has the heart disease/stroke rate gone up or down? I think you know that it has gone UP, not down. So, their 'advice' is NOT working in term of results.
The fact is that in today's world, most so-called 'authorities' have proven themselves to be worse that helpful, by far.
Remember, the JAMA reported on the Sugar Research Foundation's bribing doctors to produce a study that said fad caused heart disease.
So the source of the "information" must be considered. And considering that "big pharma" buys the studies that are used to set the "standard of care" for 'medicine', there's little to be gained by accepting the vast majority of the medical dogma being promoted today.
Dr. William Davis is an example of a maverick that seems to be producing RESULTS.
In my book, the results are what count--lowering cholestrol is worthless, if you still get heart disease.
BTW, Dr. Colgan's book is still available, if you want more accurate information.
Keep up the good, just look for opportunities to improve, too.
I have done numerous Google, etc. searches for iodine in cranberries and have never found any info that supports your claim that they do. Have you actually done your own research, or are you only relying on what others have claimed?
Foods from the sea are the most reliable sources. Foods produced on the land, (such as potatoes and berries) may or may not contain useful levels, depending on how much Iodine they are able to take up from the soil. Soils are very deficient in some parts of the world.
Oysters are an abomination:
Lev 11:10 And all that have not fins and scales in the seas, and in the rivers, of all that move in the waters, and of any living thing which is in the waters, they shall be an abomination unto you:
Jamie Lord really? So you trust a fairytale book to give you advise on what is and what isn't healthy for you? Does it also tell you that sheep eat grass, if so I can send you some, I just mowed my lawn !
In Ireland 50 years ago most people near the coast ate seaweed, namely carrageen, sloke(laver), sea lettuce and dulse, with a few others which are a little harder to gather. Plus all the shellfish. Nowadays, people don't or don't have to gather their food. Athough, the 'new pursuit' of foraging is now in vogue.
Mikael Petersen, thanks for that information . However in UK supermarkets the quality of any fish is poor. Fresh fish does not smell but farmed fish from fish shops stinks. I have learnt recently that they wash the fish in hydrogen peroxide I wonder if this is true?
Sardines, herring, cod, hake, and mackerel are always wild caught. These are very common species and most supermarkets would stock them, but they are not advertised as 'wild caught' because there is no farming going on of these species. These fish are also generally the cheapest, which is a big plus.
Lol,Neither, living in the UK where only farmed fish fed on artificial feeds is available in supermarkets at affordable prices. However, the hostile language of your reaction leaves me wondering that you might be eating fish contaminated with harmful, body & mind altering pollutants which drain from the farms & fields into seas and rivers. Do your research about what is happening to the fish in the rivers and seas and good luck with the Fishing.
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If U like raw potato peels you'll love earthworms, theyre 20 X's more nutritious. But potato peels really should be boiled some minutes then you eat the peels AND water which may be seasoned to taste or added to soup or what not. Nobody's gonna enjoy eating raw peels. Don't make things difficult for people
iodine is very important to decalcify your organs as well in particular your pineal gland in your brain, the most important part of your brain. he forgot to mention seaweed as a good source common in oriental cuisine. sea kelp is also good i take sea kelp tablets.
it's too healthy but, you have to check your free T , the total T might be SHBG which is something you want to lower to free up your T
so on the next lab work , measure your Total T and SHBG and Free T and if you want your DHT too.
Fish and Chips in the days when they were fried in beef fat or lard were a good source of Vit D. Provided they are kept outdoors, the animals can make and store it in their fat. People in countries with little Winter sun must have got their Vit D from meats/seafoods/dairy in the past.
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