starvation diet

  1. "Mostly vegan" researcher backs study attacking meat

    Sham vegan study is full of beans

    Maybe it's because I'm not a billy goat -- but there's a real limit to how much garbage I can swallow.

    And whenever I hear these preachy vegetarians in their organic hemp togas arguing that their movement is about "love," I can taste the vomit in my throat.

    Oh, they love the cows... and pigs... and even Mother Earth. But you'd better believe they don't give a hoot about you. Because a new study proves what I've been telling you for years -- these nutjobs would rather see you STARVE than fill your belly with a delicious steak.

    Meat-hating hippies were practically throwing a parade in Times Square when a new study claimed that folks who eat too much animal protein could be shortening their lives. CBS picked up the story... so did the Today show and UPI... the coverage reached all the way to Australia!

    And every one of these incompetent pseudo-journalists owes you an apology, because they were taken for the ride of their lives.

    The one thing NONE of these news agencies reported... and that he apparently wasn't in any great hurry to reveal himself... is that the study's lead author, Dr. Valter Longo, is a card-carrying member of the Cauliflower Crew.

    Our Big Brother media ran hog wild with a story fed to them by a "mostly vegan" researcher telling you not to eat meat.

    I got my AARP card so long ago it was printed on parchment by Benedictine monks, but it took me three minutes online to discover that Dr. Longo practices a mostly vegan diet. And you can be darned sure that every reporter out there discovered the same information I did -- they just chose to hide it from you.

    And there was plenty of other evidence that Dr. Longo's nutrition advice is a one-way ticket to an early grave. He actually recommends starvation diets to cancer patients, and then has the nerve to turn around and claim a pork chop is going to kill you. When you recommend starving over protein, it's not science -- it's politically motivated quackery.

    If you fellas out there want to grow a firm set of bosoms, I can't recommend Dr. Longo's vegan soy diet strongly enough. The foods are so loaded with estrogen, you'll be joining a sewing circle and sipping Starbucks in your yoga pants in no time.

    But the truth is, from the moment you turn 50, you're losing about 2% of your muscle mass a year, and a diet rich in animal fat is the best weapon you have. You won't just look better in the mirror -- you can protect yourself from dangerous falls.

    It's time you tune out those veggie-obsessed fools forever. Their movement's not about love and it's sure not about your health. It's about politics, plain and simple.

  2. Diabetes 'cure' is worse than the disease

    Good news, diabetics: You can be "cured" of your disease -- and all you have to do is starve yourself for four months.

    Sound like fun? Of course it doesn't -- but researchers claim they'll leave you disease-free if you're willing to take leave of your senses and commit to a diet of just 500 calories a day, and not a drop more.

    You'll lose weight, too, but that's a given on just 500 calories a day.

    You might even shrivel up and blow away. Heck, I'm surprised none of the 15 diabetics in the new study dropped dead. But if more people try this one out, it's bound to happen.

    But since 11 of the dieters no longer needed insulin after four months of this starvation diet, the Dutch researchers behind this crazy study have already declared victory over the disease.

    "It is striking to see how a relatively simple intervention of a very low-calorie diet effectively cures Type 2 diabetes," bragged lead researcher Sebastian Hammer.

    Simple??? Is he for real?

    There's nothing simple -- or easy, or even safe -- about a diet that would make Gandhi look like a binge eater. At that level, you don't just lose weight. Your body begins to cannibalize itself to create energy for you to burn.

    Sure, you'll lose weight and maybe even "cure" your diabetes -- but at what cost?

    Luckily, you don't need to starve yourself thin to beat diabetes. In fact, you can live high on the hog and eat all the fresh animal fats you want -- including steak, pork chops and farm-fresh eggs -- if you're willing to give up sugar and get your carb intake as close to zero as possible.

    Stick with it, and eventually you'll be able to ditch your insulin injections just like the dieters in the study -- but without counting a single calorie.

    And that's how you REALLY cure diabetes.

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