While I haven’t quite turned into a food
NAZI, I’m now much more disciplined
than I used to be when it comes to eating.
I’m not saying that my diet is the perfect
diet but I believe it provides me with
health benefits. And it’s had a tangible
effect in helping me deal with at least one
illness. I’ll tell you about that and the
reasons why I’ve made diet changes later
but first let me disclose to you the
improvements I’ve made to what I eat.

I quit drinking coffee. Consuming java
began to seem like the equivalent of
pouring TAR into my body. The impetus
to stop was when I began having this
inexplicable discomfort in in my
abdomen after my first cup in the
morning. I feared that maybe something
was getting clogged up through a build-up
of residue down there. Accordingly,
keeping my internal pipes clean by
abstaining from coffee made sense. I
mean, just look at all the residue left
behind in a coffee filter after brewing a
pot of Joe -- it’s quite a muddy mess and
all the coffee you drink is probably
leaving a similar mess inside you.

Also, I found that after getting a caffeine
high from a couple of cups of coffee in
the morning, I would suffer an emotional
crash at lunchtime and become drowsy.

So now I’ve quit drinking coffee and my
mood is level. And I’m mellower and less
uptight. I confess that I am a tea drinker
though but, even though tea supposedly
has more caffeine than coffee (at least
the Earl Grey that I drink does), I don’t
crash on it like I did before. And
somehow a cup of tea just seems like it’s
less of a body polluter than a cup of
coffee.

Quitting coffee was interesting because,
as has been documented by others, I had
overt withdrawal symptoms, which isn’t
surprising considering I’ve been a
hardcore coffee drinker since I was ten
years old. I had withdrawal headaches and
then an ear infection which eventually
cleared up after a couple of weeks. No
question, your body DOES get hooked on
coffee.

So now my primary beverage is water and
only water. I am ABSOLUTELY
CONVINCED that, since it’s the only
natural beverage around, water is the sole
liquid our bodies are designed to drink.
Every other beverage just pollutes your
system. In fact, that’s how I start my day -
- with a glass of water! What better way
to flush out the toxins in your body than
with H2O!

My staple dinner food is brown rice. My
supper alternates between chicken and
salmon with a plate of rice and some
broccoli. That’s all I eat for dinner. I also
stopped using my microwave oven a few
years ago too. I got concerned that it
might contaminate my food with
radiation. I used to use it to reheat
leftovers a lot but now what I do is cook
virtually everything in the same pot when
I make my rice. I put the meat right in the
pot when the rice is steaming and cook it
that way. It works great and it’s much
simpler and I usually eat everything right
out of the pot which means less dishes to
wash. I even reheat my leftovers in the
pot when steaming my rice.

I don’t eat many tough, red meats like
beef or pork anymore. While delicious, it
just seems like processing a slab of
leathery steak is asking a hell of a lot of
your digestive system. Ever had shards of
meat stuck between your teeth after a
meal? Do you really need the meat you
eat to be clogging up your intestinal tract
that same way too? No way!

I have the same attitude when it comes to
condiments like mayonnaise and butter
and margarine too. If the food seems
synthetic and phony -- processed would
be the word -- then it probably IS phony
and I try to avoid it. Same with cheeses.
One day it occurred to me that all
cheeses could be completely synthetic,
as fake as plastic toys and containing
merely the flavoring of cheese only --
you just don’t know.

Apparently in the United States they
actually have labels which indicate how
much of a cheese product is pure and
natural and how much of it isn’t but I
haven’t seen that in Canada. Sounds like
the Americans are much more
sophisticated with their food than we are.

After I quit using margarine the main
condiment I used was olive oil. It became
a life saver in the kitchen for me. I’d put
it on everything -- I’d dip bread in it and
pour it on my rice at dinner. But I’ve cut
back on that too because, once again, you
just don’t know what’s in it. All the brands
claim it’s pure but you just don’t know.
And supposedly it’s very high in fat which
according to some web articles I’ve read
is hard on your heart, whatever that
means.

For lunch it’s a tuna or salmon sandwich
with cucumber, lettuce and tomato, no
condiments whatsoever. I do eat hard-
boiled eggs occasionally with my lunch
and, man, I just love the way they taste.
I’ve heard at least one radio nutritionist
swear by them.

I eat healthy snacks. My go-to food for
snacks used to be potato chips and
cheese. Now it’s peanuts and carrots. I eat
lots of those.

My modus operandi is to get a select
group of nutritious foods into my body
on a daily basis. I try to eat one apple
every day. Apples and brown rice I’ve
found are the absolute best for
maintaining daily regularity of bowel
movements. I eat carrots every day which
I believe are super-nutritious. And I eat an
orange every day too. Oranges are the
ultimate immune system booster around.
When I get sick I eat lots of oranges till I
get better.

When I buy apples and oranges at the
grocery store I don’t think of it as buying
food but rather as buying MEDICINE! I
really do!

I gave up drinking soda pop long ago, not
to mention all sugar products like
desserts too. Seemed logical to me. Yes,
sweets taste great but are they doing
anything constructive to your body or
health? Of course not. And they create
residue build-up on your teeth too.

One thing I’ve observed too is that, when
you give up sugar and sweets, foods that
contain sugar naturally like oranges and
apples and carrots and bananas taste like
the most succulent candy ever.

As you might’ve surmised, I don’t eat
much fast food. Let me talk a little bit
about junk food.

One thing that skews us away from
healthy eating is the sense that food has
to be “Wow!” It’s a similar thing to sex
really. Our food has to be exciting,
sensuous and gratifying. In fact, that’s the
concept of fast food in a nutshell.

But is food really supposed to be THAT
fantastic for humans? I don’t think so. I
think the sensuality aspect is something
that’s been created over time by
civilization. To be mature about food you
have to have the willpower to separate
yourself from the ecstasy you get from it.
Ecstasy is what fast food and junk food
are all about -- instant sensual
gratification! But the human body wasn’t
designed for an intake of junk food on a
daily basis. In fact, we probably weren’t
designed to eat much more than apples
like Adam and Eve ate as described in the
bible.

One way I reason with myself when I’m
jonesing for, say, a Quarter Pounder or a
Teen Burger, is to tell myself to eat
healthy today and put off that
cheeseburger for twenty-four hours. Then
if I really MUST have it it’ll be there for
me tomorrow. Junk food sure isn’t going
to disappear soon. If I still want it the
next day I’ll have it then, and in most
cases my need for it subsides. I find that
kind of thinking helps me get through
cravings until they pass.

The wonderful thing about living in this
day and age is that all of the great SUPER
FOODS that keep us healthy are readily
and abundantly available for us. We have
the food industry and the grocers to thank
for that. I know I’ve denounced fast food
and junk food as bad in this article but the
truth is I am EXTREMELY GRATEFUL
that all food is available to us, even the
foods that are perceived as less than
healthy. God bless the food providers for
the sustenance they give us!
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March 30, 2018
I’ve become a HEALTH HARDLINER!
Put another way, my eating habits have
become much stricter lately. While I
haven’t quite turned into a food NAZI, I’m
now much more disciplined than I used to
be when it comes to eating. I’m not saying
that my diet is the perfect diet but I believe
it provides me with health benefits. And it’s had a tangible effect in helping me deal
with at least one illness. I’ll tell you about that and the reasons why I’ve made diet
changes later but first let me disclose to you the improvements I’ve made to what I
eat.

I quit drinking coffee. Consuming java began to seem like the equivalent of pouring
TAR into my body. The impetus to stop was when I began having this inexplicable
discomfort in my abdomen after my first cup in the morning. I feared that maybe
something was getting clogged up through a build-up of residue down there.
Accordingly, keeping my internal pipes clean by abstaining from coffee made sense. I
mean, just look at all the residue left behind in a coffee filter after brewing a pot of Joe
-- it’s quite a muddy mess and all the coffee you drink is probably leaving a similar
mess inside you.

Also, I found that after getting a caffeine high from a couple of cups of coffee in the
morning, I would suffer an emotional crash at lunchtime and become drowsy.

So now I’ve quit drinking coffee and my mood is level. And I’m mellower and less
uptight. I confess that I am a tea drinker though but, even though tea supposedly has
more caffeine than coffee (at least the Earl Grey that I drink does), I don’t crash on it
like I did before. And somehow a cup of tea just seems like it’s less of a body
polluter than a cup of coffee.

Quitting coffee was interesting because, as has been documented by others, I had
overt withdrawal symptoms, which isn’t surprising considering I’ve been a hardcore
coffee drinker since I was ten years old. I had withdrawal headaches and then an ear
infection which eventually cleared up after a couple of weeks. No question, your
body DOES get hooked on coffee.

So now my primary beverage is water and only water. I am ABSOLUTELY
CONVINCED that, since it’s the only natural beverage around, water is the sole
liquid our bodies are designed to drink. Every other beverage just pollutes your
system. In fact, that’s how I start my day -- with a glass of water! What better way to
flush out the toxins in your body than with H2O!

My staple dinner food is brown rice. My supper alternates between chicken and
salmon with a plate of rice and some broccoli. That’s all I eat for dinner. I also
stopped using my microwave oven a few years ago too. I got concerned that it might
contaminate my food with radiation. I used to use it to reheat leftovers a lot but now
what I do is cook virtually everything in the same pot when I make my rice. I put the
meat right in the pot when the rice is steaming and cook it that way. It works great
and it’s much simpler and I usually eat everything right out of the pot which means
less dishes to wash. I even reheat my leftovers in the pot when steaming my rice.

I don’t eat many tough, red meats like beef or pork anymore. While delicious, it just
seems like processing a slab of leathery steak is asking a hell of a lot of your digestive
system. Ever had shards of meat stuck between your teeth after a meal? Do you really
need the meat you eat to be clogging up your intestinal tract that same way too? No
way!

I have the same attitude when it comes to condiments like mayonnaise and butter and
margarine too. If the food seems synthetic and phony -- processed would be the
word -- then it probably IS phony and I try to avoid it. Same with cheeses. One day it
occurred to me that all cheeses could be completely synthetic, as fake as plastic toys
and containing merely the flavoring of cheese only -- you just don’t know.

Apparently in the United States they actually have labels which indicate how much of
a cheese product is pure and natural and how much of it isn’t but I haven’t seen that
in Canada. Sounds like the Americans are much more sophisticated with their food
than we are.

After I quit using margarine the main condiment I used was olive oil. It became a life
saver in the kitchen for me. I’d put it on everything -- I’d dip bread in it and pour it
on my rice at dinner. But I’ve cut back on that too because, once again, you just
don’t know what’s in it. All the brands claim it’s pure but you just don’t know. And
supposedly it’s very high in fat which according to some web articles I’ve read is
hard on your heart, whatever that means.

For lunch it’s a tuna or salmon sandwich with cucumber, lettuce and tomato, no
condiments whatsoever. I do eat hard-boiled eggs occasionally with my lunch and,
man, I just love the way they taste. I’ve heard at least one radio nutritionist swear by
them.

I eat healthy snacks. My go-to food for snacks used to be potato chips and cheese.
Now it’s peanuts and carrots. I eat lots of those.

My modus operandi is to get a select group of nutritious foods into my body on a
daily basis. I try to eat one apple every day. Apples and brown rice I’ve found are the
absolute best for maintaining daily regularity of bowel movements. I eat carrots every
day which I believe are super-nutritious. And I eat an orange every day too. Oranges
are the ultimate immune system booster around. When I get sick I eat lots of oranges
till I get better.

When I buy apples and oranges at the grocery store I don’t think of it as buying food
but rather as buying MEDICINE! I really do!

I gave up drinking soda pop long ago, not to mention all sugar products like desserts
too. Seemed logical to me. Yes, sweets taste great but are they doing anything
constructive to your body or health? Of course not. And they create residue build-up
on your teeth too.

One thing I’ve observed too is that, when you give up sugar and sweets, foods that
contain sugar naturally like oranges and apples and carrots and bananas taste like the
most succulent candy ever.

As you might’ve surmised, I don’t eat much fast food. Let me talk a little bit about
junk food.

One thing that skews us away from healthy eating is the sense that food has to be
“Wow!” It’s a similar thing to sex really. Our food has to be exciting, sensuous and
gratifying. In fact, that’s the concept of fast food in a nutshell.

But is food really supposed to be THAT fantastic for humans? I don’t think so. I
think the sensuality aspect is something that’s been created over time by civilization.
To be mature about food you have to have the willpower to separate yourself from
the ecstasy you get from it. Ecstasy is what fast food and junk food are all about --
instant sensual gratification! But the human body wasn’t designed for an intake of
junk food on a daily basis. In fact, we probably weren’t designed to eat much more
than apples like Adam and Eve ate as described in the bible.

One way I reason with myself when I’m jonesing for, say, a Quarter Pounder or a
Teen Burger, is to tell myself to eat healthy today and put off that cheeseburger for
twenty-four hours. Then if I really MUST have it it’ll be there for me tomorrow. Junk
food sure isn’t going to disappear soon. If I still want it the next day I’ll have it then,
and in most cases my need for it subsides. I find that kind of thinking helps me get
through cravings until they pass.

The wonderful thing about living in this day and age is that all of the great SUPER
FOODS that keep us healthy are readily and abundantly available for us. We have the
food industry and the grocers to thank for that. I know I’ve denounced fast food and
junk food as bad in this article but the truth is I am EXTREMELY GRATEFUL that
all food is available to us, even the foods that are perceived as less than healthy. God
bless the food providers for the sustenance they give us!

Now let me get to the reasons why I’ve made these changes to my diet. Part of the
reason is because I’ve gotten older -- I’ve pasted the age fifty milestone -- and I’ve
become aware of this thing that strikes us all called death. I’m scared shitless about
the medical system and the changes to my diet are a way of trying to stave off illness
through improved health.

I had a minor mortality shock last January, just a psychological one. It was like a mid-
life crisis although I think I’m too old for one of those now. At the very least it was a
temporary emotional freak out. It wasn’t borne of a physical problem or anything, it
was just a realization that most of my life is over and I’m in another stage of my
existence now.

Another impulse for going healthier has been instances of getting ill at which time I’ve
gotten frightened and looked at my diet and decided to make an immediate change.
You kind of get scared straight and find religion in these situations. This was the
reason I stopped drinking alcohol and, as I mentioned, coffee too.

Alcohol I believe is a poison, especially hard liquor. I’m not saying don’t drink it, I
drank a lot of it myself, but don’t think it’s good for you, it isn’t. I feel so much
better since I stopped drinking alcohol but that’s another issue really. I don’t smoke
anything either. But just you watch -- eventually the ganja government is going to
allow producers to include MARIJUANA or its extracts as an ingredient in foods
whether we want it or not!

Another thing that’s happened is that an ailment I had improved BIG TIME when I
changed my diet. I linked this painful and alarming illness directly to my binge eating
of heavy, unhealthy foods and drinking alcohol too. But I’ve found that if I stick to
my diet as described above, flare-ups of the affliction go away completely. This goes
to show that diet and what you eat DOES have a bearing on your well-being. Also,
I’ve noticed that I’ve lost a lot of weight eating this way too.


Coming up in the next Unchained Opinion I’m going to take a look at a shocking new
book about climate engineering and chemtrails.

Plus, I will display PHOTOGRAPHIC EVIDENCE of one of the most famous and
elusive creatures around -- BIGFOOT! That’s right, a local sighting of the
SASQUATCH captured on camera for you to see! Until then, thank you for reading
and God bless you!
* * *
Now let me get to the reasons why I’ve
made these changes to my diet. Part of
the reason is because I’ve gotten older --
I’ve pasted the age fifty milestone -- and
I’ve become aware of this thing that
strikes us all called death. I’m scared
shitless about the medical system and the
changes to my diet are a way of trying to
stave off illness through improved health.

I had a minor mortality shock last
January, just a psychological one. It was
like a mid-life crisis although I think I’m
too old for one of those now. At the very
least it was a temporary emotional freak
out. It wasn’t borne of a physical problem
or anything, it was just a realization that
most of my life is over and I’m in another
stage of my existence now.

Another impulse for going healthier has
been instances of getting ill at which time
I’ve gotten frightened and looked at my
diet and decided to make an immediate
change. You kind of get scared straight
and find religion in these situations. This
was the reason I stopped drinking alcohol
and, as I mentioned, coffee too.

Alcohol I believe is a poison, especially
hard liquor. I’m not saying don’t drink it, I
drank a lot of it myself, but don’t think
it’s good for you, it isn’t. I feel so much
better since I stopped drinking alcohol
but that’s another issue really. I don’t
smoke anything either. But just you watch
-- eventually the ganja government is
going to allow producers to include
MARIJUANA or its extracts as an
ingredient in foods whether we want it or
not!

Another thing that’s happened is that an
ailment I had improved BIG TIME when I
changed my diet. I linked this painful and
alarming illness directly to my binge
eating of heavy, unhealthy foods and
drinking alcohol too. But I’ve found that
if I stick to my diet as described above,
flare-ups of the affliction go away
completely. This goes to show that diet
and what you eat DOES have a bearing on
your well-being. Also, I’ve noticed that
I’ve lost a lot of weight eating this way
too.


Coming up in the next Unchained Opinion
I’m going to take a look at a shocking new
book about climate engineering and
chemtrails.

Plus, I will display PHOTOGRAPHIC
EVIDENCE of one of the most famous
and elusive creatures around --
BIGFOOT! That’s right, a local sighting
of the SASQUATCH captured on camera
for you to see! Until then, thank you for
reading and God bless you!
* * *
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