I was watching some YouTube video’s on nutrition, and I came across a guy by the name of Paul Chek. The video series I watched was 2 hours, but worth every minute. If you want to check it out for yourself, here’s the link – YouTube Videos
Here are some interesting tidbits I took from the videos.
“I’m a drug user. I take drugs like carrots, tomatoes and chicken. All are readily available at your local supermarket.”
“There are 4369 books on dieting in the US. I’ve never seen a fat lion and they never read a diet book. You never seen an animal in its natural environment that have all the problems that humans have, and none of them know how to read.”
“Billions of dollars are spent on cancer research. In 1900, your risk of cancer was 1 in 30. In 1980, it was 1 in 5. In 1995, it was 1 in 3. And today, in 2008, where our medical science and technology are at an all time high, your chances of dying from cancer are greater than 1 in 2.”
“Grain that is too high in micro toxins to sell for human consumption is given to animals as feed. Then, we eat the animals.”
“At a school in New Zealand, researchers took a typical tray of food from a cafeteria and took it back to their lab. They studied it for harmful toxins and found 19 pesticides that were greater in quantity than the weekly safe limit. By the way, New Zealand has more strict pesticide and food control than other developed countries.”
“In the United States, $14 million is spent PER MINUTE on health care (#1 in the world). However, they rank between 19th and 37th on almost every category of public health.”
More info to come….