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It’s estimated that 200,000 years ago we got 600mg of vitamin C a day. That’s the amount of vitamin C found in 10 oranges. Every day we appear to have consumed the amount of vitamin E found in 2 cups of nuts, the amount of fiber found in 12 bowls of oatmeal, and the amount of calcium found in 5 cups of collard greens. They weren’t milking mammoths–that came in part from all the wild greens they foraged. [link to nutritionfacts.org]

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VIDEO John Robbins Gets Death Threats from AR Group?! Watch Now!

And don't forget to stay tuned for the Q&A at the end of the talk -- did you know that when Diet For A New America was published, John Robbins received threats -- from an animal rights organization? Did you know that individuals from this AR group followed John's then 11-year-old son, Ocean, in order to discover what bus Ocean rode to get to school -- so that they could make frightening and convincing threats of harm against Ocean, unless John complied with their demands? Unbelievable story!
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Oh this is an easy one, everything that tastes like timothy hay, cardboard and ass.

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As I note in my 2-min. video Paleolithic Lessons, we were exposed to such a quantity of whole healthy plant foods that we, as a species, lost our ability to make vitamin C. We still actually have the vitamin C gene in our DNA, but our bodies presumably just junked it because we were getting such massive daily doses that it wasn’t worth maintaining it. The problems occur when you take our evolutionary heritage, fine-tuned over the millennia, and plop it down into meat and potato chip country.
[link to nutritionfacts.org]

I think we were redesigned to die sooner and that is why our vitamin c gene is turned off.
What ever the reason is. Here we are and we need to deal with it

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Advocates of the so-called Paleo diet are certainly right in railing against refined and processed junk, but may just use it as an excuse to eat loads of meat that bears little resemblance to flesh of prehistoric wild animals. The contaminant issue alone is compelling reason to eat as low as possible on the food chain. As I show in the video, the journal of the American Meat Science Association recently published a review cataloging the laundry list: arsenic, mercury, lead, cadmium, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, preservatives, and veterinary drugs such as antibiotic residues. Given what’s now in fish, for example, “it would be impossible to follow the Paleolithic diet while avoiding the risks associated with consuming mercury in amounts in excess of the suggested EPA threshold.”
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I just talked to a woman last evening that had her test results, she has low iron and arsenic poisoning...

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“There’s something about an orange that’s better than taking a vitamin C capsule, and that’s really what we’re trying to figure out," said Tory Parker, BYU assistant professor of nutrition, dietetics and food science. “We think it’s the particular mixture of antioxidants in an orange that makes it so good for you."

Parker said every time we eat carbohydrates and fat, we increase the amount of free radicals in our blood. Over time, that increases our chance for hardened arteries and heart disease; however, eating fruit protects us from that effect for a few hours after every meal.
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How to detox the brain????????????

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It’s estimated that 200,000 years ago we got 600mg of vitamin C a day. That’s the amount of vitamin C found in 10 oranges. Every day we appear to have consumed the amount of vitamin E found in 2 cups of nuts, the amount of fiber found in 12 bowls of oatmeal, and the amount of calcium found in 5 cups of collard greens. They weren’t milking mammoths–that came in part from all the wild greens they foraged. [link to nutritionfacts.org]
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how do you know you need vitamins? who programmed you to believe you need vitamins?

do vitamins even exist? lol

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