Monthly Archives: September 2010

Standard American Diet (SAD)

Love Me! Don’t Drug Me!

A child is born, at the time of birth the fetus becomes an independent unit. A certain something takes possession of that body at birth. What is that something! In the Universe we call that something Universal Intelligence and in the unit we call that something, Innate Intelligence.

This child is named Jonathan and he was born in AverageTown, USA. His parents love him as if he was the only child in the world. They want him to grow up to be an upstanding citizen who is moral, ethical and willing to change things to his and others advantage. They don’t expect that he will be hyperactive, or have ADHD as he seems quite normal at birth.

Where did Jonathan go wrong? Was he not born with the right stuff? Did he have a chemical imbalance at birth? Was he destined to be crazy or was he driven crazy?

Let’s look at Jonathan’s life to see if he was born defective or whether he was systematically changed into the monster he became.

By the time Jonathan was 9 years old his parents had given up trying to reason with him. He was taught all the proper ways of dealing with other children and he knew his manners. What he was taught and what he acted out were two different things. When other children came to play he always started out right, was polite and then he would turn into a demon and not only ruin the games being played but would destroy the other children until they were in tears and demanded to go home.

How did Jonathan turn into this sort of person that all other children despised and hated? When we look at his diet we find out that he craved sweets of all kind, sugar on his cereal, candy bars, coke, chocolate, ice cream, cake and candy. Today this is a normal diet for a young child. Although it is a form of addiction that turns a child insane as if he were on some sort of medical prescription. But in actual fact this is a diet that causes hypertension, anxiety, fits, and dramatizations, all of which make him appear abnormal.

So his parents in desperation take him to a professional who confirms by diagnosis that he is bi-polar or some such nonsense. So, poor Jonathan is drugged. They can still see the rage in his eyes but he doesn’t act out and appears to behave himself. What a tortured life he will now lead.

His parents could spend some time in the health food store finding substitutes for his addictive foods, like carob instead of chocolate, sugarless candies, perhaps even good tasting chewable multivitamins or natural drinks like almond milk. His parents would have to keep and eye on him but after awhile without sugar and caffeine he would turn into a normal boy, with normal dreams and goals.


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“How Sugar and Sweeteners Can Ruin Your Health”

I was prompted to write this article after seeing a commercial on TV promoting an “All Natural” chocolate pudding. The camera gave a close up of the ingredients and the first one was “milk” which we all know is not natural, and the second one was “sugar.” Now, how the heck is sugar natural? Of course they had athletic people jumping up and down doing the splits and showing how much “energy” they were getting from the milk laden sugar chemical concoction. Here’s all the information you need to know about sugar from a reputable source.

“Lick the Sugar Habit” by Nancy Appleton, PhD warns of the negative often dangerous effects of sugar on the body. In addition to throwing off the body’s homeostasis [balance], excess sugar may result in a number of other significant consequences. Using documentation from a variety of medical journals and other scientific publications, I have summed up the consequences of a body out of homeostasis due to eating excess sugar. You might make a copy of this list and put it on your refrigerator or tape it to the pantry door you keep your sugar bowl.”

Sugar can suppress the immune system.

Sugar can upset the body’s mineral balance.

Sugar can cause hyperactivity, anxiety, concentration difficulties, and crankiness in children.

Sugar can cause drowsiness and decrease activity in children.

Sugar can adversely affect children’s school grade.

Sugar can produce a significant rise in triglycerides.

Sugar contributes to a weakened defense against bacterial infection.

Sugar can cause kidney damage.

Sugar can reduce helpful high density lipoproteins (HDLs)

Sugar can promote an elevation of harmful low density lipoproteins (LDLs)

Sugar may lead to chromium deficiency.

Sugar can cause copper deficiency.

Sugar interferes with the absorption of calcium and magnesium.

Sugar may lead to breast, ovaries, prostrate, and rectum cancer.

Sugar can cause colon cancer, with an increased risk in women.

Sugar can be a risk factor in gall bladder cancer.

Sugar can increase fasting levels of glucose.

Sugar can weaken eyesight.

Sugar raises the level of a neurotransmitter called serotonin, which can narrow blood vessels.

Sugar can cause hypoglycemia.

Sugar can produce an acidic stomach.

Sugar can raise adrenaline levels in children.

Sugar malabsorption is common in those with functional bowel disease.

Sugar can speed the aging process causing wrinkles and gray hair.

Sugar can lead to alcoholism.

Sugar can promote tooth decay.

Sugar can contribute to weight gain and obesity.

High intake of sugar increases the risk of Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis.

Sugar can cause a raw inflamed intestinal tract in persons with gastric or duodenal ulcers.

Sugar can cause arthritis.

Sugar can cause asthma.

Sugar can candidiasis (yeast infection).

Sugar can lead to the formation of gallstones.

Sugar can lead to the formation of kidney stones.

Sugar can cause appendicitis.

Sugar can exacerbate the Symptoms of multiple sclerosis.

Sugar can cause blood platelet adhesiveness, which cause

Sugar can indirectly cause hemorrhoids.

Sugar can cause varicose veins.

Sugar can elevate glucose and insulin responses in oral contraception users.

Sugar can lead to periodontal disease.

Sugar can contribute to osteoporosis.

Sugar contributes to salvia activity.

Sugar can cause decrease in insulin sensitivity.

Sugar leads to decreased glucose tolerance.

Sugar can decrease growth hormone.

Sugar can increase cholesterol.

Sugar can increase systolic blood pressure.

Sugar can change the structure of protein, cause interference with protein absorption.

Sugar cause food allergies.

Sugar can contribute to diabetes.

Sugar can cause toxemia during pregnancy.

Sugar can contribute to eczema in children.

Sugar can cause cardiovascular disease.

Sugar can impair the structure of DNA.

Sugar can cause cataracts.

Sugar can cause emphysema.

Sugar can cause atherosclerosis.

Sugar can cause free radical formation in the bloodstream.

Sugar lowers the enzymes’ ability to function.

Sugar can cause loss of tissue elasticity and function.

Sugar can cause liver cells to divide, increase the size of the liver.

Sugar can increase the amount of fat in the liver.

Sugar can increase kidney size and produce pathological changes in the kidney.

Sugar can overstress the pancreas, cause damage.

Sugar can cause constipation.

Sugar can cause myopia (nearsightedness).

Sugar can compromise the lining of the capillaries.

Sugar can cause tendons to become brittle.

Sugar can cause headaches, including migraines.

Sugar can cause an increase in delta, alpha, and theta brain waves, which can alter the ability to think clearly.

Sugar can cause depression.

Sugar can increase insulin responses in those consuming high-sugar diets compared to low-sugar diets.

Sugar increases bacterial fermentation in the colon.

Sugar can cause hormonal imbalance.


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