Science, it’s not always a good thing these days.

Science, it’s not always a good thing these days.

Science is not what it used to be even though it seems really smart. Here is some undisputed science before I dispute it. It is a summary of what I read on a CNN news report along with a few tidbits of my own. I found it incredibly interesting until the very last sentence, ( in all caps below) which is when I realized the harm they had intended to cause with it. It’s a tough world when the purpose of the news is to confuse you about how to be healthy.

A recent polled revealed that while everyone is trying to lose weight, they don’t know where that weight that they lose actually goes. This even included experts such as doctors, dietitians, and trainers. Everyone thinks that fat is converted to energy, but that would violate the law of conservation of matter. Fat does not turn into muscle. It does not escape out your butt. It turns out that 98% of the health professionals in our survey could not explain how weight loss is accomplished.

Fat is converted to carbon dioxide and water. You exhale the carbon dioxide and the water is lost as urine or sweat. Keep in mind that fat can’t be broken down without lots of water.
Losing 10 pounds of fat, means that 8.4 pounds came out through your lungs and the other 1.6 pounds turned into water. Since most of the weight came out through your breath I imagine that doing something aerobic would be beneficial.

Almost everything we eat comes back out via the lungs. All the carbs including alcohol you digest and practically all the fats are converted to carbon dioxide and water.
Pretty much for protein, except for a small part that turns into urea and other solids, which you excrete as urine. What is coming out my bottom you ask? The only thing in food that makes it to your colon that is not digested is dietary fiber and you already know this if you bothered to look down into the bowl after eating corn. The rest of what you swallow is absorbed into your bloodstream and tissues. Once you own it you can only get rid of it by vaporizing it out your mouth.

Is energy in equal to energy out? According to government stats, Americans consume 125 ounces of food and beverages per day. That is broken down into 15 ounces of solid food, 0.6 ounces of fiber and 110 ounces of water. We also inhale 23 ounces of oxygen, and affects our once youthful figure. 125 ounces in of food and water and 23 ounces of oxygen means 148 ounces of something needs to come out of you or you are not going to be losing any weight.

An average 165 pound person’s resting metabolic rate produces about 21 ounces of carbon dioxide per day. So far, nothing that they are selling is going to change this.
You exhale 7 ounces of carbon dioxide while you’re fast asleep every night. That means by doing nothing at all although sleeping is not easy for so many, you’ve breathed out a quarter of your daily target. Breathing more is not really going to help you lose weight. Hyperventilating while moving some muscles is not going to make you lose weight although it will get you a little fuzzy in the head. The only way you can increase the amount of your carbon dioxide is by moving your all your muscles, not just your diaphragm. It is not as hard as you think. Just standing up and getting dressed doubles your metabolic rate. So you could hit your target of losing 42 ounces of Carbon Dioxide by just moving around for 24 hours. Not easy to do when we sit in front of a computer for 8-18 hours a day.

Going for a walk triples your metabolic rate, and so will normal activities of daily living. Metabolizing 100 ounces of fat consumes 290 ounces of oxygen and produces 280 ounces of carbon dioxide plus 110 ounces of water. The food you eat is not going to change the laws of physics and chemistry. If you want to lose 100 ounces of fat, you will need to exhale 280 ounces of carbon dioxide on top of what you’ll produce by vaporizing all your food, NO MATTER WHAT YOU EAT. (That was the end of their article)

This is science and it is quite dangerous because they are not factoring in the quality of what you are putting in your mouth. Sugar is sugar to them, but High Fructose Corn Syrup is what is mostly responsible for the obesity epidemic. They will say it is not so and they have a lot more money riding on it than anyone has to fight them. While dietitians and the people that work for the diabetes industry want you to think that the calories from Twinkies are the same as a piece of fruit and can spend hundreds of millions of dollars to convince you, let me tell you about a not so scientific test I performed in my late teens.

I went for the 5 hour glucose tolerance test. They have you drink a +syrup that seems to be a hundred cokes or more. My sugar over the next 5 hours behaved like a person with a severe pathology developing. It rhymes with diabetes. The doctors even way back then wanted to put me on something. I said, I don’t drink soda, especially not first thing in the morning. So I asked for them to run the test again, but only I ate for breakfast what I always eat. A piece of fruit. My sugar was normal and I am still not a diabetic 45 years later.

Very powerful, very corrupt, very evil people are in charge of what you are eating and they spend a lot of money to convince you that you can continue to eat it no matter how sick it is making you. They are hoping that their cohorts will then convince you to ask your doctor for a pill to solve what they created, which is a host of bizarre symptoms that no one understands, but they understand that you need to buy some medications that will make you worse.

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