Fascinating analysis of the obesity phenomenon

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Dammit I read the series, but they're not done. So I am to wait in suspense until the conclusion??
Excellent series though.
Yeah, I had only read the first part but saw there were like 6 out or something. Definitely going to read through the rest of it.
 

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My hunch is that there’s two causes: first, lower class people that tend to be fatter because of their higher time preference. And secondly, people that get such a dopamine hit with food as the trigger that it’s an addiction of sorts.

The South isn’t the only low elevation area as a contaminate pool; however, the South is far fatter than the other coasts. Appalachia and the Ozarks are mountainous and fat as fuck.
 

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The most profound factor for obesity will always be calories taken in versus calories expended.
Which means being physically inactive while consuming more calories than your physical activity dictates.

Here are the nuances beyond the simplicity of calories in and calories out, which is true particularly for healthy people, but not entirely the truth particularly for the obese or those with metabolic syndrome.


 
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Blue light at night acutely impairs glucose tolerance and increases sugar intake in the diurnal rodent Arvicanthis ansorgei in a sex‐dependent manner
Abstract
In our modern society, the exposure to light at night (LAN) has increased considerably, which may impact human health negatively. Especially exposure to light at night containing short wavelength emissions (~450–500 nm) can disrupt the normal function of the biological clock, altering sleep‐wake cycles and inducing metabolic changes. Recently, we reported that light at night acutely impairs glucose tolerance in nocturnal rats. However, light at night in nocturnal rodents coincides with their activity period, in contrast to artificial light at night exposure in humans. The aim of this study was to evaluate the acute effects of blue (Ξ» = 490 Β± 20 nm) artificial light at night (bALAN) on glucose metabolism and food intake in both male and female diurnal Sudanian grass rats (Arvicanthis ansorgei) fed either regular chow or a free choice high‐fat high sucrose diet (HFHS). In both chow and HFHS fed male Arvicanthis, 1‐hour of bALAN exposure induced a higher glucose response in the oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT) accompanied by a significant decrease in plasma insulin. Furthermore, in HFHS fed animals, bALAN induced an increase in sucrose intake during the dark phase in males but not in females. Additionally, 1‐h of bALAN increased the nonfasted glucose levels together with plasma corticosterone in female grass rats. These results provide new and further evidence for the deleterious effects of exposure to short wavelength emission‐containing artificial light at night on glucose metabolism in a diurnal rodent in a sex‐dependent manner.


AOL did this!

and they made everyone on earth so sick that a "virus" is going to wipe out the entirety of humanity unlesss....fauci and pfizer can save us with pills and jabs!

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1 in 3 have fattly liver disease?

1 in 3 people have Fatty Liver Disease β€” and it can be a precursor to many chronic diseases like:

  • Heart disease
  • Cancer
  • Diabetes
  • Dementia
  • Autoimmune disorders
  • Sleep problems
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Underactive thyroid
  • Skin issues
And this is even more relevant now because a new study from the UK showed that your risk of being hospitalized with COVI D-19 DOUBLES if your liver contains over 10% fat!


How does your liver get fatty?

Calories in calories out?

Hmmm
 

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Circadian rhythm mismatches.

Massive increase in non native EMF.

Air conditioning.

Glysophates.

Ultra processed food.

Childhood vaccines.

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I'm not sure if UCFS is running cover for the ag chemical cartel? or the many many anti-sugar-ites are running cover for chemical cartel, but Robert Lustig sure makes a compelling case against HFCS.
Interesting side note, the sugar industry is dominated by the (((Cuban/Spanish))) Fanjul family. Most of you have never heard of them but they have cornered the sugar industry for the past 60 years. Fanjul Bros. wiki

But back to obesity - the calories-in-versus-calories-out, AKA eat-less-move-more, to lose weight model, has been proven to be false. It does not stand up to scrutiny; it's common knowledge, yes, but it's also wrong. Sure, any caloric restriction diet and more exercise will result in weight loss in the short term. But in the long term (as in years down the road) all these calorie restricted or even macros-oriented diets fail. On average 99% of people who lost the weight will gain it back, and then some.

Why?

The short answer is hormones. The slightly longer answer is insulin and insulin resistance, and that as one loses weight the body compensates by decreasing metabolic output.

Anyways, FASTING is the key. All y'all should make it a point to regularly fast. Make it a point to abstain from all food and drink (except for pure water, or unsweetened tea or coffee) for a couple days at a time, and discipline yourself to do this regularly. Fasting is God and Nature's miracle, a panacea for virtually all that afflicts mankind; think of fasting as the ounce of prevention that is worth more than the pound of cure.

Interested parties should check out the work of Dr. Jason Fung:



This guy has lots of good fasting knowledge too, if you don't mind his delivery style:


Last note, Jesus Christ Himself commanded people to fast; and Christ did not say "if" you fast, but "when" you fast. Matthew 6:17-18 " But thou, when thou fastest anoint thy head, and wash thy face; [18] That thou appear not to men to fast, but to thy Father who is in secret: and thy Father who seeth in secret, will repay thee."
 

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It's a light water and magnatism issue


Does the Spanish family run thr sugarbeet industry in the red river valley?

Introduction
Data from the World Health Organization show that the prevalence of obesity has increased almost three times since 1975. By 2016 more than 1.9 billion adults were overweight, of which 650 million were obese. Nowadays in most countries, obesity accounts for more deaths than underweight (WHO 2017b). It is widely known that obesity is a major risk factor for noncommunicable diseases such as type 2 diabetes. The number of people suffering from type 2 diabetes has risen from 108 million in 1980 to 422 million in 2014 (WHO 2017a). The economic burden for healthcare systems associated with the diagnosis and health care of diabetic patients is increasing profoundly. Type 2 diabetes as much as obesity are multifactorial diseases with complex underlying physio‐pathological mechanisms, nevertheless for both diseases many cases are preventable through lifestyle changes.

Epidemiological and experimental studies in humans have shown that sleep disruption and exposure to artificial light at night (ALAN) are risks factors for the development of obesity (Obayashi et al. 2013; McFadden et al. 2014) and type 2 diabetes (Chaput et al. 2009; St‐Onge et al. 2012; Obayashi et al. 2014). Furthermore, animal studies have shown that exposure to ALAN increases body mass (Fonken et al. 2013a; Borniger et al. 2014; Aubrecht et al. 2015; Cho et al. 2015; CissΓ© et al., 2017), exacerbates inflammatory responses (Fonken et al. 2013, 2013a,b), alters food intake (CissΓ© et al. 2017), disrupts metabolism and circadian rhythms (Borniger et al. 2014; Kayaba et al. 2014), and changes insulin sensitivity (Coomans et al. 2013).

The strong relationship between circadian rhythms and metabolism is now well established, especially regarding the control of glucose homeostasis (La Fleur et al. 2001, Cailotto et al. 2005). Although most endogenous rhythms will continue to oscillate even without the presence of an environmental light/dark cycle; light is the most important environmental signal to entrain the intrinsic ~24 h (i.e., circadian) rhythms to the 24‐h rhythm of the rotation of the Earth. However, light can also be a potent circadian and endocrine disruptor when received at the wrong time of the day, that is, during the dark phase (Russart and Nelson 2018), causing alterations in the secretion of the hormones melatonin (Kalsbeek et al. 1999) and corticosterone (cortisol in humans) (Ishida et al. 2005), and changes in the expression of circadian genes in the hypothalamus (Best et al. 1999), pineal gland (Wu et al. 2008), adrenal (Ishida et al. 2005), and liver (Cailotto et al. 2009), all of them strongly involved in glucose metabolism.

In mammals, light is perceived by rod and cone photoreceptors in the retina eliciting both visual and non‐image forming visual responses. Previous studies have revealed the existence of intrinsically photosensitive retinal ganglion cells (ipRGCs) that express the photopigment melanopsin (with a peak spectrum of absorption at Ξ» = 480 nm, i.e., blue light), in addition to rods and cones. The anatomical projections of the ipRGCs directly reach the hypothalamic suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN), the site of the main circadian clock, and other parts of the brain involved in energy metabolism, glucose homeostasis, reward and food intake (Provencio et al. 2000; Hattar et al. 2006; LeGates et al. 2014). Combined with the evidence that ALAN is a risk factor for metabolic diseases, this leads to the hypothesis that ALAN can alter food intake and glucose metabolism.

In a previous study from our group, we showed that exposure to ALAN in male rats acutely induced glucose intolerance, most likely by reducing beta cell sensitivity and glucose uptake (Opperhuizen et al. 2017). However, the nocturnal nature of rats and the metabolic differences between sexes (Goel et al. 2014) is an important and complicating factor to consider when translating these findings to the human situation. Therefore, in this study, we used a diurnal rodent to study the acute effects of ALAN on food intake and glucose metabolism in both males and females. In addition, we used a palatable diet and blue ALAN (bALAN), which both are widely present in human daily modern life.




Four days of simulated shift work reduces insulin sensitivity in humans

Conclusion: Only 4 days of simulated night shift work in healthy adults is sufficient to reduce insulin sensitivity which would be expected to increase the risk of T2D.


if you listen to any Jack Kruse lectures he will explain how light effects how and when your body will metabolize certain nutriens and the timing of the use... too much blue light at wrong times you might shut of fat usage and set up fat storage and increase carbohydrate consumption...

being a sloth isn't what it used to be...the amount of non native EMF is staggering and its creating mass delusions and massive amounts of diss ease

The Body Electric: Electromagnetism And The Foundation Of Life
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Going Somewhere: Truth About a Life in Science by Andrew Marino (Author) Going Somewhere is a dynamic autobiographical narrative about biophysicist Andrew Marino’s career in science since the 1960s. The book exploresβ€”with a depth and drama that arise from personal involvementβ€”an exceptionally wide range of science-related matters: the function of electricity in living things; the influence of corporate and military power on science; the operation of the NIH, FDA, and other state and federal agencies dealing with human health; the problem of scientific β€œexperts” in legal settings; the distorting influence of the physics model of science on biology; the role of chaos theory in experimental biology; and crucial public misconceptions about how science functions. These matters arise in the long course of Marino’s scientific and legal activities in the complex 35-year debate over the health risks of EMFs. EMFs and Health In the early 1970s Dr. Robert O. Becker, as a result of his research on the biological role of internal electricity, warned in Technology Review that electromagnetic pollution was real and widespread. Soon he and his colleague Andrew Marino were invited to testify in a New York State hearing on the safety of high-voltage overhead power lines. The evidence they presented there opened a debate about electromagnetic fields (EMFs) and health that has raged ever since, concerning chronic human exposure to a variety of technologies including TV and radio towers, microwave transmitters, power lines, and most recently cell phones. In his autobiography Going Somewhere Marino recounts this contentious 40-year history from the intimate perspective of a key participant, concluding that EMFs, which invariably cause changes in brain waves, can ultimately affect the immune system and lead to a wide variety of disease states. The evidence that Marino reviews in this lively, no-holds-barred book, including Becker’s basic research and his own closely focused experiments on animals, provoked the power industry and the US Department of Energy to fund fraudulent EMF research and the US military to conceal research results that confirmed Becker and Marino’s conclusions. Ever since the hearing in New York State, the dangers of EMFs have consistently been denied by corporations and government institutions using or regulating electromagnetic energy. One of the major themes of Going Somewhere is the clash between science and politics, especially the detrimental effect of research where experimental design and dissemination of results are controlled by corporate and government interests.


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Nutrition science is bullshit, because it's all self reported, which makes the data worthless.
That's why you get articles about food-cholesterol causing high blood pressure, and at the same time you hear how everyone needs 10lbs of lettuce.
Which is why I prefer to get my nutrition facts from racists on the internet
 

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Ever heard of TOFI?
Thin on outside Fat on inside.

Prolly just as many thin diabetics as fat.

Its mitochondrial disfunction due to toxic Inputs.

Not all diabetics are obese etc...its really a large feild to plow.
Interesting point. There are so many contaminants in the air, food and water, put there intentionally, accidentally or indifferently. Even if the medical system weren't satanic, it would be really hard to figure out which ones were the cause.
 

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Type of food intake does not cause obesity.
wat?

Is it gonna be some sort of argument where it's not the type but the amount? I mean, that's kind of true, I guess, but in reality it doesn't work. If you eat a bag of chips it's going to be like 1200 calories and you'll still be hungry (and feel disgusting) in 30 minutes, so you're just going to eat more throughout the day. If you have 2 eggs with a sausage and some ham and a coffee, it'll be like 400-600 calories but you'll be full for hours (unless you already blew up your stomach with years of over-eating, but you're just going to have to deal with the hunger until your stomach is used to eating normal amounts again at that point). Then you can have some sort of 500 calorie lunch and steak and some veggies on the side for diner and that'll put you at somewhere around 1700 calories in a day which unless you're a turbo manlet is fine. A big problem is the portion size people make for themselves (and get from restaurants), you can cook every meal yourself but if your average breakfast (and you have 3 meals a day) is like, 4 eggs, 3 toasts, 2 sausages, bacon, potatoes and a banana, you're gonna get fat even if it's all home-cooked.
 

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My boomer father told me about his childhood recently. He grew up in rural south. He would go to his grandfathers house each week and chop him a weeks worth of wood for heat and cooking. His grandpa rewarded him by setting up a tab for him at the local general store. Each weekend he would chop the wood, then head to the store for a Pepsi and Moonpie. That was all he wanted, nothing more.

My point is, he got this once a week instead of 20-30 times a week like the fat little shits you see shuffling around (had to edit out "running around") these days. That and his Pepsi probably did not contain hfcs.
 

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Oh no. Stone age Venuses were fat as pigs as were models for Rubens.
The models of Rubens contemporaries weren’t fat. He was just a famous chubby chasing pervert.
 

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Rubens women look rather normal for todays standards, neither chubby or slim. Stone age venuses resemble fertile women. They stayed back in the camp to not risk their life, always kept pregnant and full by the chads and feeding the toddlers with their huge milkers, how it should be.
 

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PEOPLE ARE OBESE BECAUSE THEY CANT STOP FUCKING EATING!!! THEY EAT AND EAT AND EAT AND EAT.
I never ate so much in my life than when I was in boot camp, and never been as sharp as i was then.

People are becoming obese because they have far more sedentary lifestyle than the older generations had. I don't say that the sugarization of the food or other factors have no role but put the average Murican' diet with the physical activity of, let's say, his arriere-grand-pa and you'll see a notable difference.

people who could used to eat more fat than you currently do, until the Nouvelle Cuisine ravaged the long tradition of sauces just after WWII, because people were already becoming more and more bureaucrats. In the early XXth century, a postman in France had a daily journey of around 40 km.

anyway sugar has a far more important role than fat, since it's create addiction. fat doesn't produce this addiction effect.
 

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Amount of food intake is only weakly associated with obesity.
I have absolutely 0 prejudice for alternative science, but if you make a statement like this you have to provide a confutation of the principle of conservation of Energy.

Maybe it's wrong, i would be perfectly fine with that, it is possible that there are perpetual motion machine in nature like free energy kooks claim, and nutrition is totally unrelated to energy but if you want to make such a claim you need at least to address that conservation of Energy Is wrong.

If it is not the whole theory of the article is total bullshit, no matter how many words you add.
 

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Your splitting hairs here you can't compare anything outside of boot camp as "sedentary" lifestyle. Drill Sergeants loved to troll us by the end of the day of early morning PT, hundreds of push ups and a 10 mile march with a fifty pound backpack with "What job allows you to workout all day and pay you at the same time you guys are babies this is the best job!" I mean come on of course we were chowing down all the time but the DS were right no other job pays you to run around for 12 hours non stop either. This is all about eating for the civilians.
 
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