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RA Defined & Treated by Eliminating GMO, Heat Altered Non-Facory Foods
List of RA-CAUSING – INFLAMMATORY FOODS TO REMOVE FROM MODERN DIET (FACTORY) FOODS-
Heat-Altered Vegetable oils & Pasteurized Modern Dairy (Unpasteurized Dairy OK)!!!
How Tom Brady Has Succeeded at 43 Years-Longevity-Live to 100-Healthy-Not in Nursing Home! Modern Vegetable Oils-Made RANCID by Heat- Memory-Liver Prevention- Reversal!
Live to 100-Healthy-Not in Nursing Home! Memory Strong-Prevention- Reversal-Memory REHAB!
While watching the NFL & I have always wondered about how Tom Brady has succeeded his 43 years-Posted by u/fierceflow-throwaway – My understanding-
- He wins a lot of games & he’s a great leader.
- He is not an offensive genius like Peyton Manning.
- He isn’t physically very strong or a runner like Lamar or Vick.
- He doesn’t make impossible throws with a magic arm like Patrick Mahomes’s.
But he always wins-Even in this season at 43 years old, he’s throwing 5TDs in a game!
Read More on Tom Brady –
TB12 Diet Diary: I tried to eat like Tom Brady for a week — here’s what it’s like
What better way to prepare for the experience of watching Brady in Super Bowl LV? By Pete Blackburn
Making ‘Motor-like’ Vegetable Oils – for MORE PROFIT
Healthy Oils – Cold Press and not Heat-altered-
Oils that stand up to higher temperature frying-
EV Olive Oil – EV Coconut oil-
Pasture-Raised Beef tallow or PR Lard –
The best avocado oil-NOT ALL AVOCADO OIL IS THE SAME!
Considerations when choosing avocado oils-
Expeller-pressed vs. cold-pressed-
Oil is extracted from the avocado fruit in two ways-
Expeller-pressed oil is extracted directly from squeezing the avocado (sans skin and stone) without heat-
Cold-pressed oil is extracted in a temperature-controlled space, so the oil retains more of the fruit’s original taste, flavor, and nutritional value-
Cold pressed – have a higher smoke point (as high as 500°F) and are a versatile cooking oil for stir frying, searing, and other high-heat cooking methods. Unrefined avocado oil is filtered after the extraction process for impurities, but otherwise it’s left alone. Its flavorful taste is great for salad dressing or drizzling over food. Its smoke point is lower at 375°F.
Refined vs. unrefined – Refined avocado oil is either deodorized or bleached – after the extraction process.
What we like: Organic, cold-pressed, and UNREFINED. Rave reviews from -consumers for taste. Non-GMO –
What we dislike: Small 8.5 fl. oz bottle comes with a high price tag.
By ANA SANCHEZ
Avocados are both delicious and nutritious, not to mention Instagram -worthy when spread on toast. It isn’t surprising that avocado oil is as equally yummy and good for you. Similar to olive oil, avocado oil is considered a healthy fat that is also heart healthy. Beauty influencers love slathering it on their skin and hair. But before you pick any ol’ avocado oil off the shelf, you’ll want to know the difference between food- and cosmetic-grade as well as other considerations. To learn more, keep reading our guide. Our top pick is from AVOHASS, which makes an organic extra virgin avocado oil that’s one of the tastiest around.
However, the friction created in this process may cause a little heat, resulting in an oil that tastes milder and retains less of the avocado’s original color.
Sometimes color is added. Refined avocado oils have a lot less odor and flavor, which makes them better-suited for cosmetic purposes.
Food-grade vs. cosmetic-grade
Food-grade avocado oil has been approved by the FDA for ingestion and is usually cold-pressed. Food-grade oils can also be used for external or cosmetic use. Cosmetic-grade avocado oils have not been inspected by the FDA, and therefore they should not be ingested. However, we still suggest you select a cosmetic-grade oil free of impurities and toxins for skin- and hair-care use.
Organic – Organic avocado oils are sourced from avocados free of pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, and other agrochemicals. Generally no chemicals or solvents are used in the processing of these oils. Even if you’re using an avocado oil for your skin, toxins can still penetrate your dermis, so consider an organic product even for cosmetic uses.
Unfiltered – In unfiltered avocado oils, major particles have been removed through a “racking” process in a settlement tank that allows gravity to remove the particles instead of a filter. Still some residual fruit particles may remain, giving the oil a more cloudy appearance. While these oils have a shorter shelf life, some consumers prefer their “raw” taste over filtered products.
Packaging – Because light exposure can degrade the nutritional value of avocado oil, food-grade oils are packaged in tinted or UV-protected bottles or tins. Some avocado oils come in spray canisters, which are highly convenient for cooking.
Price – Depending on quality, the price of avocado oils typically ranges between $5 and $25. However, some high-end organic varieties can cost as much as $40.
Q. How do I store avocado oil?
A. Opened food-grade avocado oil should be stored in the fridge. If you haven’t opened the bottle yet, it’s okay to store it in a dark, cool place, such as the pantry.
Q. What are the benefits of putting avocado oil on my skin or hair?
A. Because of the fats and vitamins A, D, and E in avocados, its oil is highly nourishing and hydrating to both skin and hair. Avocado oil on the skin can shrink pores, moisturize dry skin, and even reverse the signs of aging.
Avocado oil s we recommend
Best of the best: AVOHASS Organic Extra Virgin Avocado Oil
Our take: One of the best-tasting highest-quality avocado oils on the market –
What we like: Organic, cold-pressed, and unrefined. Rave reviews from consumers for taste. Non-GMO – What we dislike: Small 8.5 fl. oz bottle comes with a high price tag.
Best bang for your buck: La Tourangelle Avocado Oil
Our take: An affordable avocado oil with an authentic taste and color.
What we like: Artisanal oil at a good price point. Deep green color. Packaged in a tin bottle to protect the oil from light exposure. Can be used for cooking or beautifying.
What we dislike: Not organic.
READ MORE-By Pete Blackburn
For those unaware, TB12 is Brady’s lifestyle brand built around his method of living that has allowed him to find an unparalleled level of sustained success at the NFL level. Exercise, NUTRITION, expensive pajamas … it’s all part of the Brady method. For this experiment, we’re going to focus on the diet and pliability aspects of the TB12 method, and I’ll be documenting my experiences along the way.
And for the record: I used to live a somewhat respectable lifestyle of my own before the world shut down last March. I used to work out frequently, attempt to eat well and at least make a casual effort to pretend that I take care of myself. However, over the last year or so, my brand has essentially become cigarettes, cheap beer, frozen pizza, marathon video game sessions and deteriorating hygiene. This project from my bosses may very well have be an intervention masked as a “work assignment.” –
Read more on GAPS, The Cowan Autoimmune Diet & Sally Fallon ‘Nourishing Traditions’ (see below) – (like Tom Brady)
Read More on Liver Regeneration – without Modern Factory Processes
Ways to a Healthy Liver – inspired by Liver Council
Tried and true ways to achieve liver wellness! For Prevention & Reversal of Liver Disease – The best way to fight liver disease is to avoid it, if at all possible.
- Maintain a healthy weight. If you’re obese or even somewhat overweight, you’re in danger of having a fatty liver that can lead to non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), one of the fastest growing forms of liver disease. Weight loss can play an important part in helping to reduce liver fat.
- This Liver regenerates itself if – a balanced diet is eaten – Not GMO, Heat extracted (Factory) oils-but Pasture raised or cold-pressed plant or tropical coconut oils. Avoid high calorie-meals, Factory fat, refined carbohydrates (such as white bread, white rice and regular pasta) and sugars. Soak raw nuts & grains to remove toxic seed locks & lectins in the peels- (Nature’s adaptions to preserve the seed for germination at the proper time) – For a well-adjusted diet, eat fiber, which you can obtain from fresh fruits, vegetables (peeled & seeded), whole nonGMO whole unrefined grain breads, rice and whole (soaked) cereals. Also eat Pasture raised meat (deck of card sized), Raw (unpasteurized) dairy (avoid all Factory dairy & cheese from Raw from Europe (until GMO is banned in US) and the ‘GOOD’ fats- Pasture-raised or cold-pressed Plant oils – Not heat extracted (motor-like) monounsaturated and polyunsaturated such as unrefined cold pressed – vegetable oils, raw soaked nuts, seeds – non-farmed fish) FERMENTED FOODS – See Sally Fallon ‘Nourishing Traditions’
- Hydration is essential, so drink a lot of fluid in there form of dechlorinated tap water – (ELIMINATE SODA)-limited fermented wine or beer-
- Exercise & Deep Breathe regularly When you exercise consistently, it helps to burn triglycerides for fuel and can also reduce liver fat.
- Avoid toxins. Toxins can injure liver cells. Limit direct contact with toxins from cleaning and aerosol products, ‘Over-the-counter’ meds & all Pharma – Tylenol, insecticides, chemicals. d additives. When you do use aerosols, make sure the room is ventilated-wear a mask. Don’t smoke – The liver has the greatest regenerative capacity of any organ in the body. Liver regeneration has been recognized for many years, dating all the way back to Prometheus in ancient Greek mythology. When the liver is injured beyond its ability to regenerate itself, a liver transplant is the treatment of choice – The liver is constantly in a state of regeneration. The moment it stops processing toxins, pharma, over-the-counter meds – it begins the process of healing itself. This process could take as few as four weeks-
- Follow directions on all medications. When medicines are taken incorrectly by taking too much, the wrong type or by mixing medicines, your liver can be harmed. Never mix alcohol with other drugs and medications even if they’re not taken at the same time. Be aware that any over-the-counter medicines, supplements, natural or herbal remedies that you use.- avoid REGULAR & EXCESS
- Use alcohol responsibly. Alcoholic beverages can create many health problems. They can damage or destroy liver cells and scar your liver. Talk to your doctor about what amount of alcohol is right for you. You may be advised to drink alcohol only in moderation or to quit completely.
- Avoid the use of illicit drugs. In 2012, nearly 24 million Americans aged 12 or older were current illicit drug users.
- Wash hands. Use soap and warm water immediately after using the bathroom before preparing or eating food.
- Don’t share personal hygiene items. For example, razors, toothbrushes and nail clippers can carry microscopic levels of blood or other body fluids that may be contaminated.
Full GAPS Diet-
Food to AVOID – MADE TOXIC by Modern Processes (Over-heating & Over-milling) – Change the Chemistry (for SHELF LIFE) – Omega 3 (essential for CNS-Brain, Immune System) CHANGES into EXCESS INFLAMMATORY OMEGA 6-‘DISEASE-CAUSING’-
- Eliminate White processed Flour, White processed Sugar, Heat-altered natural VEGETABLE OILS, PASTEURIZED Pasture-railed dairy, Unsoaked raw nuts-seeds (to make CLEAN) & Heat-extracted Vegetable Oils
- ELIMINATE GMO grains (Soy, Corn, Alfalfa – also GMO Grains fed to the Animals we eat -They are ruminants-grass fed) !,
- Peel & seed vegetables (raw or minimally cooked)
- Limit Night shade vegetables especially.-
Find sources for – Bolyard’s Meat & Provisions – Maplewood, MO or local farmer-
- PASTURE-RAISED meat, – hormone-free and grass-fed – Brain & CNS HEALTHY BRAIN FATS – such as LARD, BEEF tallow, lamb fat, duck fat, raw butter & ghee.-(Fat Soluble Vitamins A -Vision, D-bones, A-Skin, K-Blood clotting – Require Animal Fats from nonGMO Pasture-raised Sources above-
- Fish – not Farmed & Fed GMO &Shellfish
- Fermented foods, such as kefir, homemade yogurt & sauerkraut.to
- Fermented foods – FEED GUT MICROBIOME- It is alive – not unlike a pet – ‘Daily maintenance’ required for health! Easy to make at home!
- Vegetables-(peeled & seeded) to remove Mother Nature’s Lectins & Glutens – protection from predators & weather – Seed survival!
- Pasture-Raised organic eggs (hens not fed GMO)
READ MORE –
The Tom Brady guidelines-By Pete Blackburn
There’s a good chance you’ve already heard about Tom Brady’s absurd diet. The checklist of things he can’t/won’t eat is seemingly longer than the things he can/will. Here’s a glimpse at the insanity from Brady’s personal chef:
“No white sugar. No white flour. No MSG. I’ll use raw olive oil, but I never cook with olive oil. I only cook with coconut oil. Fats like canola oil turn into trans fats. … I use Himalayan pink salt as the sodium. I never use iodized salt.
[Tom] doesn’t eat nightshades, because they’re not anti-inflammatory. So no tomatoes, peppers, mushrooms, or eggplants. Tomatoes trickle in every now and then, but just maybe once a month. I’m very cautious about tomatoes. They cause inflammation –
Tomatoes best eaten peeled or seeded-
What else? No coffee. No caffeine. No fungus. No dairy.
The kids eat fruit. Tom, not so much. He will eat bananas in a smoothie. But otherwise, he prefers not to eat fruits.”
Yeah, so it’s safe to say I didn’t follow Brady’s diet exactly as the quarterback does — I’d rather have declined the assignment and be unemployed. However, I did follow the loose outline provided by the TB12 website. Here’s a basic outline of the rules:
- 80% fruits, vegetables, whole Non-GMO grains, nuts, seeds & legumes-‘CLEANED’ by Ancient practice of Soaking-
- 20% protein (chicken, red meat, seafood)
- Eat until you’re 75% full
- No MODERN dairy (PASTURE-RAISED BENEFICIAL BACTERIA & LIVE ENZYMES FOR DIGESTION!
- Halve your body weight in pounds and drink that many ounces of FLUID (70 ounces for me daily)
- Max 2 cups of coffee / No caffeine after noon
- No food within 3 hours of going to bed
Final entry: Day 7
My goodness, we made it. The diet journey has officially reached its end and I lived to tell the tale (if you need help envisioning me in this moment, I am Andy Dufresne standing in the rain after crawling through a sewer pipe in “The Shawshank Redemption.”) I’m not going to say it was fun or enjoyable, but I will admit it wasn’t quite as difficult or insufferable as I thought it might be. You can still eat pretty well in this lifestyle.
Admittedly, I didn’t really get too creative with the meals, as you may have noticed by now. That’s partially because I am an idiot who is lucky to not burn down my house every time I try to make a meal, but also partially because I knew I was never going to be long for this way of life.
I did finally take a break from chicken on Sunday, deciding instead to bring steak tips into the mix. I seasoned with some rosemary and pink Himalayan salt and then paired with green beans and carrots. Not super flashy, but a consistent, reliable player.
I wish I could provide you with some grand takeaway after all of this, but really all I’ve got is:
- I got really gassy
- I almost drowned from drinking so much water
Again, I only did it for a week, and a lot of these diets need a bit more time/commitment than that. That being said, I certainly don’t feel like I could go out there and win six Super Bowls under center, but maybe if I kept going a little longer?