A scientific explanation for being ugly

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During the 1930s and 1940s there was far more vitamin d and vitamin k2 in the food.

All hormones are created from fat cells.

People historically only ate beef fat and butter - both saturated.
In warmer climates they used coconut oil - 90% saturated.

Oils like sunflower/canola/vegetalbe oil/peanut/corn oil
actually deplete the body of vitamin d/E/k2/A -which are fat soluble.

Simple changes like eating coconut oil and butter instead of sunflower/canola/vegetable oil/peanut/corn oil can help restore normal hormonal levels.
You can buy crisps cooked in coconut oil in some stores.


Protein - the hardest proteins and meats are highest in tryptophan.
The softest would be gelatin and foods like oxtail, chicken skin, bone broth etc.
Just choosing to eat collagen based meats like oxtail/shank etc will give you a better protein entering the blood than eating just steak for example.

These are the changes that have caused so many problems for people in society. It has very little to do with sugar - which has a minimal effect on the long term effect of the body.
“The half-life of fats in human adipose tissue is about 600 days, meaning that significant amounts of previously consumed oils will still be present up to four years after they have been removed from the diet.”
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(Original post by Nalk1573)
During the 1930s and 1940s there was far more vitamin d and vitamin k2 in the food.

All hormones are created from fat cells.

People historically only ate beef fat and butter - both saturated.
In warmer climates they used coconut oil - 90% saturated.

Oils like sunflower/canola/vegetalbe oil/peanut/corn oil
actually deplete the body of vitamin d/E/k2/A -which are fat soluble.

Simple changes like eating coconut oil and butter instead of sunflower/canola/vegetable oil/peanut/corn oil can help restore normal hormonal levels.
You can buy crisps cooked in coconut oil in some stores.


Protein - the hardest proteins and meats are highest in tryptophan.
The softest would be gelatin and foods like oxtail, chicken skin, bone broth etc.
Just choosing to eat collagen based meats like oxtail/shank etc will give you a better protein entering the blood than eating just steak for example.

These are the changes that have caused so many problems for people in society. It has very little to do with sugar - which has a minimal effect on the long term effect of the body.
“The half-life of fats in human adipose tissue is about 600 days, meaning that significant amounts of previously consumed oils will still be present up to four years after they have been removed from the diet.”
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(Original post by Nalk1573)
During the 1930s and 1940s there was far more vitamin d and vitamin k2 in the food.

All hormones are created from fat cells.

People historically only ate beef fat and butter - both saturated.
In warmer climates they used coconut oil - 90% saturated.

Oils like sunflower/canola/vegetalbe oil/peanut/corn oil
actually deplete the body of vitamin d/E/k2/A -which are fat soluble.

Simple changes like eating coconut oil and butter instead of sunflower/canola/vegetable oil/peanut/corn oil can help restore normal hormonal levels.
You can buy crisps cooked in coconut oil in some stores.


Protein - the hardest proteins and meats are highest in tryptophan.
The softest would be gelatin and foods like oxtail, chicken skin, bone broth etc.
Just choosing to eat collagen based meats like oxtail/shank etc will give you a better protein entering the blood than eating just steak for example.

These are the changes that have caused so many problems for people in society. It has very little to do with sugar - which has a minimal effect on the long term effect of the body.
“The half-life of fats in human adipose tissue is about 600 days, meaning that significant amounts of previously consumed oils will still be present up to four years after they have been removed from the diet.”
that is very interesting. something you never hear about from the so-called "experts" on TV etc.
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Define "ugly" in empirical terms before attempting to use science for selling snake-oil.
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Define "ugly" in empirical terms before attempting to use science for selling snake-oil.
My definition of ugly would be a modern person compared to photographs from the 1930s and 1940s. People were far healthier looking then.

I clearly wasn't selling anything. Maybe you never read the entire post.
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