July 15, 2018
I’ve decided to make a point to talk a lot more about health, because I think it is at the core of everything. If we’re going to have a revolution, we are going to have to have a lot of healthy individuals.
I gave some diet guidelines earlier this week and the first response was “are beans really that bad though?”
Firstly, yes. They are really that bad.
They are a cheap, poisonous food grown to feed peasants and slaves.
But more importantly: we have to stop looking at food in terms of “is it that bad?”
Instead, we need to ask: “is this going to fuel my body, and help make me into the type of person I want to be?”
Food can be pleasurable, and it theoretically should be, but we are surrounded by poisonous foods. Our entire environment is poisonous. We don’t have the luxury to be talking about “is it really that bad though?” – because we are in the midst of a crisis.
We are in the midst of a health crisis, and I believe that if it was not for this, we wouldn’t have nearly the problems we have. So much of what we are experiencing in the West is a result of the loss of masculinity, and so much of the loss of masculinity is a result of biological changes.
There is not a single source for this, but it is singularly environmental. We didn’t spontaneously evolve to be fat, stupid, effeminate man-children.
The biggest factor, in my view, is plastic. We are now surrounded, everywhere we go, by plastics. Everything we eat is in plastic. We drink water from plastic. We absorb chemicals from plastic through our pores.
The water itself is filled with estrogen, because of the birth control pills women are urinating into the water supply (yes, it is obviously processed, you’re not literally drinking urine, but the government water processing plants do not remove estrogen; we even have estrogen in our rain now).
Most soaps are made from petrochemicals, which are effectively the same thing as plastic. So we wash our plates in estrogenic chemicals, we wash our clothes in estrogenic chemicals, we wash our bodies in estrogenic chemicals.
Furthermore, low testosterone and the corresponding high estrogen causes the body to store fat, and the fat itself causes the body to produce more estrogen.
Our physiology has been fundamentally damaged. The way we think, the emotions we feel, our intellectual acuteness, the way we view ourselves, has all changed due to this chemical castration we have undergone.
A lot of this, we have no control over.
The point is to cut out as much of this as you can.
And the number one thing that you can control is what you eat. Unless you are in jail, you have food choices.
This is all less complicated than it seems.
You simply eat good food, that you know is good.
People can debate for days, months, or years, showing different studies, just how unhealthy it is to eat beans, dairy, wheat or any whole grains. But you will not find a single person on earth who stopped eating beans, dairy, wheat or any whole grains and replaced them with less controversial food items who will tell you “I feel worse now that I’ve cut these foods out of my life.”
You simply will not find such an individual.
What I have said is that step one is to get clean: get rid of the stuff that you know is causing problems.
If you don’t have the willpower to do it all at once, then do it progressively.
But these are the worst foods, in order of how bad they are:
- Anything containing processed sugar or HFCS (soda pop, all dessert foods)
- Anything containing transfats (generally labeled “partially-hydrogenated [something] oil”)
- Soy and flax seed (literal estrogen)
- Beer (literal estrogen)
- Wheat, cereal and other whole grains, including pasta and oatmeal (prevent your body from absorbing nutrients)
- Corn-based foods (GMO poison)
- Diary products (excluding raw milk and cheese produced with raw milk)
- Beans and lentils (prevent your body from absorbing nutrients)
- Chicken (riddled with estrogen, unless organic)
Plus pretty much anything that comes in a can, box, or plastic bottle.
These are the best foods, in order of how good they are (natural or organic is always better for any of them):
- Beef liver
- Bone broth
- Green vegetables
- Other vegetables
- Sweet potatoes
- White potatoes
- Non-ultra-sugary fruits (apples, pears, grapes, berries)
- White rice
- Ultra-sugary fruits (pineapple, mango)
Obviously, there are a lot of foods and these are short lists. Just trying to lay down some basics here.
If you are on the standard American diet (SAD), you are eating mostly stuff from the first list. You should try as hard as you can to cut out everything from the first list, and get to the point where you are only eating things from the second list.
From there you refine it.
Carb intake is a big debated question.
There is zero question that you can lose weight very quickly by cutting carbs, and eliminate it quicker the more carbs you cut. However, carbs also provide the body with energy, and if you cut too many, losing the weight will cause you to be very tired.
Furthermore, if you are skinny and trying to gain muscle, you need a lot more carbs than if you are fat and trying to lose weight.
If you are either trying to gain or lose weight, by the time you get on the right path to where you want to be physically, you will be able to understand your body’s own need for various things.
I used to advise people who are eating the SAD to cut carbs, but I don’t anymore. I tell them to get on a routine of eating healthy foods instead of processed, poisonous crap, get completely comfortable with that, then start to think about carb regulation for weight loss (or gain, as it were).
Diet is More Important Than Exercise
The most important part of health is diet, period.
Exercise is a close second, and all physical activity will increase your testosterone. In particular, strength training and high-intensity interval training (HIIT) will increase testosterone.
So obviously, I am a very big advocate of fitness training, along with diet, but I will say that the basics of diet are what you need to focus on primarily to start with if you are a standard out-of-shape young (or older) male.
Just like with the diet, you want to start the exercise routine slowly. You just want to get in the habit of regularly going to the gym. And yes, you should go to a gym – home training and convict workout type stuff is much more difficult, and you are much more likely to lapse if you are not in the habit of going to a specific place to do your exercise.
But do not overdo it, do not burn out.
And please – don’t get into marathon running or jogging.
Physical Health is First
Before anything else in your life, your physical health should be priority. If you are unhealthy, you are more inclined toward depression, lack of motivation, lack of creativity, lack of energy and so on. So physical health is simply the starting point of a healthy life.
And the first thing to do is get the diet right.
Then, get to the gym.
I am now officially announcing Fitness Fridays, to begin this Friday. I will (try my best) to get a post up talking about fitness and responding to people’s inquiries every Friday from here on out.
Because we’re not going to gas any kikes unless we’re supermen.