Learn how to Lose Weight and Stay Healthy - Underground Wellness - Part 2.
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Male Speaker 1: You just see is the turned biochemical individuality. How much was biochemical individuality emphasized in your nutrition courses in the standard college curriculum that you ran for. Male Speaker 2: It wasn't at all, so its cookie color. Everybody is the same regardless of where are you from in the world. You suppose to eat these foods which are processed and lower in fats. That are lower in nutrients, this is what you are suppose to eat. It's nonsense when you really think about it. I wish I can turn back time with a knowledge that I have to go back to some of those classes and now may get into like scientific debates with them. Would just talk about common sense like or does make sense to me. I said on one of my videos “Is God stupid, is mother nature stupid”. Then she put or did he put the cholesterol and they want to kill us. I don't agree with that, did they put their, he or she put the yolk in the eggs to kill us and it's not like this. But it is good way to have egg whites or to have low fat milk is it why to make more money. Male Speaker 1: So you talked about the attacking the biochemical individuality, but what did your professor have to say about the relationship between how fruit is formed and how healthy that food is for you because we are hearing a lot of other organic, more and more-- I supported-- what was your experience with the concept of organic in college? Male Speaker 2: I didn't have experience of organic in college. Male Speaker 1: So this is basically like a non, there was not even mention. Male Speaker 2: When I graduated in 2001, organic has become more of a buzz word these days. We saw college students is going to be more inclined to mention it and so it may be covered but at that time he has just recent it was that means 8-9 years ago that wasn't the buzz word. So we really didn't learned about this, so you will be surprised how few of your nutrition teachers actually understand just the basics of soil science. Everything comes from the soil. Male Speaker 1: Because of the different degree right. That's a different 4 year program or 10 year program. Male Speaker 2: Yeah. But you have to get back to the basic that say hey everything comes from the soil. If you don't have healthy soil then you don't have healthy plants and healthy crops. You don't have healthy animals who eat those crops and then you don't have healthy people who eat the animals who eat the crops or healthy people who eats the crops themselves and so this is really basic. It's really simple, simpler then most people think it is however we are inundated with such a machine or placed information. We are inundate of all these tasty truths and not. That is hard for us to apply this. But when you do apply these you feel much better, you actually get the results. Male Speaker: How is your professor going to tell you about organic and biochemical individuality know when they are taken when the cafeteria in the campus is selling you non-organic, highly processed, I mean, it's almost like this, it seems like there has to e built in self centership going on in a way like they just I don't knot, just seems like they can't tell you the truth. They are bound to not tell you the truth. Is that seems like an possibility? Male Speaker 2: They are bounded, you got a nutrition class and they told you the real truth then you are going to be less inclined to buy the food that's on campus. Where I found it would my whole freshening year probably without eaten or a single vegetable except for French fries and ketchup. And I hardly drink any water just drink soda in snapple but that's what was available to me. Are you on meal plan you can either have breakfast or lunch and dinner. So what are those things I am going to miss or I am going to have to buy a cereal bar. Some body told that a cereal bar's like a number one consent food for college students and is this at a place where we are suppose to be learning and use your brains. Are
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