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I've been binging on "Dr. Eric Berg DC" lately and it is an amazing source, and especially after repeated severe disappointments with the medical establishment, i.e. local GPs and such, that make me angry about having to pay health insurance for this deeply and widely flawed system.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3w193M5tYPJqF0Hi-7U-2g

Focus of that channel is on how keto / low-carb, sugar avoidance and intermittent or prolonged fasting can cure most of our typical civilizational ailments; is relatively close to the root of all human problems.


Did you know, for example, that heartburn is often an indicator of having weak stomach acid?

 

...I found that channel when recently my long binge-on-sugar and overeating phase came to an end when I lost all appetite and went into 4.5 days of fasting and lost 6 kg (likely all that water bound to glucose - losing tissue fluid alone made me look 10 years younger). That phase made me ponder whether fasting, triggering a kind of no-abundance situation and also being a state of lowered reliance on external material sustenance, might, through that, change our mindset because it brings us closer to a subtle, manageable state of existential challenge, basically whether fasting is inherently spiritual in the sense of entheogenic effects.

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Before keto enlightenment: Chop wood, carry water.

After keto enlightenment: Chop wood, Kerrygold.

 

Dairy from the land of Ire

is all the rage.

Casein point:

grass fat.

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