tanya marquette

New Paltz, NY, United States

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tanya marquette
Posted about 1 year ago
Should the USDA admit that its dietary guidelines are flawed.
When the human species evolved it was a slow process with many genetic changes along the way. There was no science recipe book on how to build a person. Our evolution as a species resulted in beings that are biologically and energetically extremely complex with all parts working synergistically. We have great adaptability which is why we can survive all kinds of environmental, social and biological stresses. However, that is not health; it is just basic survival. Western science has refused to see the whole picture. Caught up in its materialistic/mechanistic view of the world with a compulsion for control and conquer, western culture has set up the institution of science to work on this level. What I simply mean is that what goes for science is designed to cherry pick our body and its symptoms in order to find drugs to control those symptoms. There is little concern for how these drugs affect the human body. More so, there is high level of hubris with an attitude that man can overpower nature. Further, more symptoms means selling more drugs means greater fortunes. Thus, we arrive in our current economic and political state where we have no social value other than the profit of corporations. Sounds pretty harsh and not the way people like to think of themselves. But get used to this idea if you really want to free yourself from the propagandistic control of the chemical and big ag industries. As someone wrote in another article the other day, whenever the FDA/USDA/CDC say anything, know it is a lie and think the opposite. Type II diabetes is caused by nutritional aberrations. This relates to stress directly as stress uses up many nutrients such as the B vitamins and Vit C. Cortisol levels rise with stress and impact the way the body works, including the utilization of nutrients and how our hormones work regarding blood sugar. Many holistic practitioners, some of them even MDs work with nutrition to cure diabetes. This is not new.
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tanya marquette
Posted about 1 year ago
Should the USDA admit that its dietary guidelines are flawed.
Follow the money is one of the best guides for living under a corporate state. Aside from the issue of American mono-culture; ie, massive plantings of a single crop like corn, wheat, soy, canola, cotton, there was the issue of how to get the public to fear coconut oil. So when they realized the dangers of transfats, they decided, arbitrarily, to include saturated fats. So butter also took a big hit as it was replaced with margerine or other fake butters, all equally disastrous for our health. Thus, the fear of coconut oil and saturated fats. Of course, there was no meaningful science behind this. And as you noted, there are many other saturated fats as in meat. The marketing spin has been subtle enough to create a mental divide in people betw things like coconut oil and meat. What needs to understood is that the oil in coconuts is a medium chain oil and that provides great health benefits. Read Mercola.com for some good articles on coconut oil. Much other stuff online. Best book out that i know of is The Coconut Oil Miracle by Bruce Fife and Jon Kabara. FYI, I have not financial interest in selling this book. It has many references and is easy to read. Other interesting thing to note is how coconut is extensively used in cakes and candies as if there was no oil in it. Of course if it is over processed than all you have left is the dry fiber which is pretty tasteless.
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tanya marquette
Posted about 1 year ago
Should the USDA admit that its dietary guidelines are flawed.
Anyone who follows issues on nutrition and health knows that the FDA food pyramid is controlled by big ag and the industrial food industry. When there was an effort to redo the food pyramid a few years ago the sugar industry railed at the removal of sugary foods from the list. The meat and dairy industry have temper tantrums at the idea that their products should be given lesser importance. So of course the pyramid needs to be rejected. There is enough science and clinical experience that shows the paramount importance of plant based diets. We need adequate amount of vegetables and fruit grown in soils that are replenished thru organic/sustainable methods in order to ensure the plants have the maximum amount of mineral content for good health. Fats are another area of concern. We need fats that are healthy and corn, soy and canola are not, particularly since the huge % of these are GMO --at least in the US and perhaps Canada. Coconut oil was given a bad name when the US went to a mono-culture agricultural model. The US does not produce coconuts in large amounts for commercial value. Coconut oil is one of the healthiest oils for us to use. Hemp was also made illegal to grow in the US and that oil is also super healthy. The USDA and the FDA are known prostitutes for the chemical and big ag industries. Nothing that comes from them can be trusted, ever.
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tanya marquette
Posted about 4 years ago
Seth Berkley: HIV and flu -- the vaccine strategy
Vaccines are not what they pretend to be and the flu vaccine is no different. In 1918 the people who went under did so AFTER allopathic treatment with aspirin which resulted in the deep lung pathology. Without such medical abuse, people had relatively mild cases. What is very interesting and pertinent, is that those who used homeopathy healed quickly. Homeopaths had a 1% loss compared to allopathy which had better than 30% loss of life. And that 1% was in people who sought homeopathy after allopathic treatment and the vital force was so low that nothing could be done. All CDC and Public Health records show that vaccines for specific diseases came into being after the disease was pretty much done for in the community. And that includes the polio vaccine. After the polio vaccine was put on the market the numbers did not change. There is much mythology about vaccines and this 'talk' is just part of the effort to wow and woo the public erroneously.
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tanya marquette
Posted about 4 years ago
Seth Berkley: HIV and flu -- the vaccine strategy
Hi Janet Vaccines are just plain dangerous. Despite the pleasant, self-assured presentation here, the information does not match reality. First, there has never been a vaccine that has been proven effective, safe, and long lasting. Immunity is a life long event when it occurs naturally; vaccines do not do this. Every vaccine that has been put on the market for the standard diseases has always been introduced after the disease was on the wane. Public Health and CDC records tell us this over and over again. And that includes the holy polio vaccine. Actually the vaccine is responsible for all case since the inception of the vaccine. As for the flu, again the numbers are fantasy. Last year the flu did not kill 36,000 people. That number gets thrown around as if it is fact--it is not. In fact the CDC last June/July told health facilities to stop testing for H1N1 and to label all upper respiratory conditions as the flu. This folks is called cooking the books!