Paleo food: Staying Healthy in a GMO world

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Remember how we were told to eat all our veggies when we were younger because they were good for us? Is that really true? This week we’re going to take a look at the myth of the ‘balanced diet’ as promoted by the USDA and other state agencies. Mass cultivation of grains and vegetables has had devastating consequences for the planet’s biosphere, not least the one billion-plus people who go hungry daily, a top soil exhausted of the basic nutrients for growing crops, and a mechanized global food industry that poisons the environment at every stage of production.

GMOs are promoted by Big Agribusiness as the answer to global food shortages, but independent studies indicate that genetically modified food is not fit for human or animal consumption. GMOs are already prevalent in the food supply so is it too late to stop Monsanto’s world takeover? And is there really a food shortage to begin with? If Goldman Sachs and other market predators can pocket $400 million in 2012 alone from betting against the price of food, then commodity prices are clearly distorted. So what is the real outlook for  food supply and demand?

People who seek healthy options appear to be hemmed in on all sides, but perhaps if we look to the past, we can find a way out? Our ancestors survived Ice Ages on paleo diets that were high in meat and saturated fats, and distinctly low on carbs. Tens of thousands of people experimenting with ‘going paleo’ have reported excellent health results – results that the Big Agribusiness and Big Pharma-sponsored scientific establishment said should not have happened.

But they did, and now, on the eve of global civilization’s collapse – due in large part to its addiction to increasingly refined carbs – word is getting around that saturated fat is where it’s at.

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