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Nfld709 33 points ago +33 / -0

They're also adding soy to all the garbage food and putting it in tins lined with BPA. People need to start thinking twice about what they're putting into their bodies.

ProphetOfKek 22 points ago +22 / -0

Soy is a problem. But we eat way more high fructose corn syrup which is a huge problem.

MoLibertyson 10 points ago +10 / -0

Way too many chemicals in every thing we apply and consume. This article is pretty fascinating reading but depressing as hell. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/05/170517143612.htm

ProphetOfKek 12 points ago +12 / -0

Its a wonder we aren’t all tumor-riddled faggots.

Queef_Anon 4 points ago +4 / -0

The mercy of God, likely.

CoolAsACucumber 6 points ago +6 / -0

Men's testosterone levels declined in last 20 years


Study: You Probably Have Plastic in Your Poop


How Chemicals in Plastic Lower Testosterone


Joe Rogan & Rhonda Patrick - BPA Toxin in plastic bottles is damaging us - Dr Rhonda Patrick explains BPA damage to endocrine system, brain, organs.


Dr. Shanna Swan on How Plastics in Food are Affecting Our Hormone Levels Taken from JRE #1638 w/Dr. Shanna Swan


Joe Rogan - The Amount of Round-Up & Plastic Contamination in Food Taken from JRE #1841 w/Brian Redban:


deleteme1234 1 point ago +1 / -0

"chemicals" is not the word you want to use. Just about absolutely everything, including water and air, is a "chemical".

huhWHAThuh 8 points ago +8 / -0

I have been a label checker at the grocery store for a long time, and I can confirm that very recently become nearly impossible to avoid soy in most processed food. Try finding any bread or crackers that don't contain soy. Most other processed foods have it added. It's even sprayed on fresh vegetables to give it the pleasing shine.

Nearly impossible to avoid it at the grocery. And that is a recent development.

Exploring-the-Unseen 12 points ago +12 / -0

My wife and I noticed this trend years ago and have weaned ourselves off the Tit of Convenience.. Everything we make at home comes from whole ingredients. We're very selective when sourcing and buying ingredients - it can be a hassle at times. The payoff is that we're in total control of our food. On average, 90% of what we eat is bought outside of a grocery store, even more now though since our garden started producing.

huhWHAThuh 1 point ago +1 / -0

Good for you. Looks like I'm going to have to follow your lead on that.

Exploring-the-Unseen 2 points ago +2 / -0

We buy organic whole grains and legumes in bulk, 25-50lb bags. There is quite a high upfront cost this way, but in the long run it's the least expensive way next to growing your own wheat, oats, etc. It takes some sleuthing to find places with free/cheap shipping for high weight orders, but they do exist.

One of our sources is a somewhat local to me nonprofit that delivers for free, in a box truck, with orders over $400.. Consider that for a moment, $400 seems like a lot, I know. But take a 50lb bag of wheat, that I've seen some varieties go for $48.50 (less than a dollar/lb), using a hand-operated mill and creating a dry sourdough starter, you could easily get more than 50 loaves of bread using the classic, and historically accurate, recipe of flour, water, salt. 50 loaves. Go into any store that will sell it and look at the prices for organic bread, sourdough or otherwise, maybe the avg price will be around $8. That's $400 alone for 50 loaves, and I can guarantee that the ingredients listed will be more than flour, water, salt. You can also make cakes, pancakes, biscuits, whatever, anything that requires flour, for much cheaper than you can even buy the pre-mix garbage. The same goes for beans, rice, lentils, oats, rye, etc.

Also, certain varieties of wheat like durum, are multi-purpose.. Durum can make pasta with just flour, water, salt.. While others require eggs instead of water. One benefit being that in the case eggs become unattainable, you can still make noodles.

Keep in mind, that you'll need the incidentals, that will usually be a one-time buy. You'll need some kind of mill, that could be expensive, or maybe you find a used one at some donation place. You will need a method of storage - We use gallon glass jars. Again, one of those things you have to scour the web to find reasonably priced - a lot of gouging bastards out there.. We buy from Fillmore, they seem to have the best price I can find.

We experimented with growing rye in our yard over the winter. It sort of worked, I mean for what I did anyway. I just cut the grass down and sowed winter rye, then didn't have to mow there. It didn't come up as cleanly as we would have liked, but I also didn't put in a lot of effort. This year I'll do it differently.

huhWHAThuh 2 points ago +2 / -0

Thanks for the informed tips.

I haven't gone to those lengths so far, but bread might be the thing that pushes me over the line.

Wtf_socialismreally 4 points ago +4 / -0

Doesn't seem that recent. Soy has been in almost every processed or partially processed product I've looked at for the last 10-15 years.

huhWHAThuh 1 point ago +1 / -0

I guess it caught me by surprise. Over the years I have gotten used to the products to avoid, because i have a bit of a soy allergy. It started acting up recently and I had to search for the cause. It turned out to be bread and saltine crackers.

The surprise to me was that it was in almost every brand.

I searched the bread aisle until i almost gave up. Finally got to a bread I had never heard of - Dave's killer 21 grain bread, and that's the only one I could find in the store that didn't list soy. All saltine crackers had soy as an ingredient, with the exception of one selection in Premium saltines, and it was only one style. All the others now list soy.

I suppose if those go away, I'll have to go into home baking.

Rammstein1 5 points ago +5 / -0

Seed oils are bad too.

kaizen777 2 points ago +2 / -0

Probably should define those, pulled from an article: Corn oil, Canola oil, Cottonseed oil, Soy or soybean oil, Sunflower oil, Safflower oil, Grapeseed oil, Ricebran oil.
Any others? Would you say that olive oil, avocado oil, coconut oil are good?

Wtf_socialismreally 1 point ago +1 / -0

I mean, if anyone says avocado oil is bad are just silly. Olive oil as well.

Much of the problems from seed oils end up coming from the process to actually get those oils.

Avocado and olive oil should be cold pressed, and does not require chemical additions. Avocado fats are also incredibly healthy for you. Nonstick properties are shit though, I'll take flax seed for a hard finish on cast iron any day.

Olive oil in particular is prone to have additive oils to bulk it up, however, and often ends up "tainted" by any of those.

Vegetable oil is also heart unhealthy, and offhand I do not recall what tends to be marketed as vegetable oil. But that stuff's really bad for your heart.

ZerroDefex 3 points ago +3 / -0

I already had a beard by 15 but these days we have new hire college graduates that are such baby faces they look like they should be in middle school.

Wtf_socialismreally 2 points ago +2 / -0

Some of that is genetics. I also grew facial hair comparably early, but hell if I had a lot of soy in my diet back then. Still do because sometimes you just can't avoid it in balanced diets.

RealCleanUpPhilly 20 points ago +20 / -0

I never liked giving Risperdal - I've never observed any clinical benefit from it whatsoever. It's what imho is a totally ineffective drug with side effects that are more reliable than any desired clinical outcomes, but psychiatrists were wedded to it at one time. I always tried to discourage the team from the emperor's new clothes syndrome of Risperdal - everyone pretends that the client is doing better from the drug when it is likely they are just clean, sober, eating better food, getting supportive interactions and positive feedback from the adults around them, getting exercise regularly. In other words the milieu is the therapeutic force, not the drug. And the weight gain and gynecomastia are pronounced. It really should be off the market.

FuckCommies 8 points ago +8 / -0

You could say the same for Depakote. As a pharmacist and former patient, that drug is insane. The weight gain and disassociation was incredible.

I am no longer practicing, had to walk away in 2020 after 18 years in the field. I couldn't do it anymore in good conscience. Between years of dealing with mass opiate addiction and then the covid cult sponsored by the machine it was enough.

I'm glad to see people like you still in the trenches. Stay blessed and continue to heal people.

pcpoet 6 points ago +6 / -0

I had a real bad reaction to Depakote while hospitalized for manic depression .... went to sleep and woke up 4 days later. was told I was waking up eating and falling back to sleep but have no memory. when they took me off it I was awake for 5 days on a manic high. in the end was hospitalized for a month while they tried to stabilize me on medications. never stabilized suspect the reason I was released was insurance ran out. never got stability till stopped getting into stressful situations and the meds were out of my system for 3 years.

Queef_Anon 4 points ago +4 / -0

The opioid epidemic, yes. My doctor had me on, get this: 300 Utram, 150 Hydro 10's and 150 Oxy 10's.....a month.

Next thing I know, he stops prescribing opiates completely. Its a wonder I was able to survive not going to the streets and overcame it.

Still in ungodly pain but cannabis works better. I'll die by that.

FuckCommies 5 points ago +5 / -0

I agree with the cannabis. I microdose hash rosin gummies and vape live resin. Completely changed my life.

ProphetOfKek 5 points ago +5 / -0

Unless you are overtly schizophrenic or severely bipolar (the latter of which is way over diagnosed), what you describe is the real treatment for most mental health issues. Well that and working on coping strategies for aberrant thoughts.

Wtf_socialismreally 3 points ago +3 / -0

Sometimes those diagnoses are bunk for sure. Sometimes the mentally unstable get it into their head and behave in a way that gets them diagnosed as it because they aren't aware that there is a different root problem.

Mental health is a minefield. Mental health problems with over medication makes it a mass shooting.

Medication should definitely be the nuclear option, not the first.

CokeOrPepe 18 points ago +18 / -0

Take no pharmaceuticals.

Blandeaux 4 points ago +4 / -0

It seems antibiotics are about the only thing worth taking. Even then, the argument could be made they have only made bacteria more resistant due to over prescribing. If course they would mess up something so basic.

americruiser1111 8 points ago +8 / -0

Even antibiotics can be incredibly harmful. My friend who almost died,, had a horrible reaction that took her years to get over. They destroy all the good bugs in your gut, which are half of the immune system. It's way better to keep your immune system healthy so that you aren't overrun with bad bugs, not to mention that there are MANY plants that have antibiotic properties that work way better with your body and your good bugs. The Creator of All Things knew what He was doing, why use something that He didn't create?

TitoshandmadePatriot 3 points ago +3 / -0

Supposed to take a probiotic with antibiotics. Hardly anyone talks about that or brings it when prescribing.

I like the liquid ones at the health food store

Wtf_socialismreally 3 points ago +3 / -0

Not all antibiotics are strong enough to wipe out your gut flora. They can weaken it, but you can also consume probiotics to help strengthen them before problems arise.

It's silly to talk about God this and God that when it came to medicine, because even what has been synthetically created (and antibiotics were not developed using a synthetic method) is a product of God at its core, because God gave humanity the knowledge and materials to create.

Not all of those creations are beneficial. Antibiotics are, however.

They are also the only thing holding the Bubonic Plague at bay. Yes, it still exists, and yes you have to get on antibiotics ASAP to survive.

Also, anything with antibiotic properties will kill bacteria indiscriminately.

americruiser1111 3 points ago +3 / -0

Ok you must know more than anyone else. Have a good day.

numina18 15 points ago +15 / -0

There are chemicals called endocrine disruptors, and they are indeed disrupting chemicals in the bodies of children. This will probably prove to be the element that is helping to create all the "transgender" distortions in thinking.

DrFatsides 10 points ago +10 / -0

Why wait for children to present themselves as psychotic / disturbed when pharmaceutical companies can grow their own by intentionally introducing chemical imbalances during key growth periods?

HumblePede 12 points ago +12 / -0

Sorry - tangentially related but a bit off topic rant to follow:

When my son was quite young, around 5 or so, we went in for a dental cleaning for him. He was being rambunctious and energetic, but nothing unacceptable or that could be taken as misbehavior.

The dentist spent a REALLY LONG TIME trying to convince me he had ADHD and that I needed to get him medicated and delay his schooling for a year. I mean he went to the trouble of having us stay after the cleaning so he could spend a good half an hour trying to convince me.

This was maybe 25 years ago, by the way. I wasn't nearly as awake at that point in my life but I had very strong gut instincts about certain things. This was one of them. I politely declined his suggestions and we switched dentists after that.

Now my oldest is a successful adult in a career that is not sedentary. He expressed many times over his years at home that he would hate having to sit behind a desk all day. High energy and a love of being physical are simply a part - a wonderful part - of who he is.

Looking back, I have to wonder what motivated that dentist to so strongly push meds and holding my son back a year. Would he have benefited in some way if my child started on meds? Was he simply brainwashed re big pharma being the answer to everything? I just don't know.

I do know I'm so grateful I didn't listen to him. How many other parents put their trust in medical professionals of all types who will now pay, possibly with their lives or the lives of their loved ones?


Themis595 10 points ago +10 / -0

The thing that motivated him was $$$. Medical professionals get bonuses, kickbacks, vacations, etc. to push medications. This has been going on for decades.

HumblePede 6 points ago +6 / -0

I think you're most likely correct. I've never heard of dentists getting those bribes, but it wouldn't surprise me. Truly shameful.

Taffy333 [S] 6 points ago +6 / -0

A wise woman you are. Kudos!

That dentist overstepped his bounds.

HumblePede 5 points ago +5 / -0

Thank you. We're taught 'the experts' are always right. I'm just so glad, for my son's sake, that I didn't take the dentist's words to heart.

And you're absolutely right when you say he overstepped his bounds. He did.

DrFatsides 12 points ago +12 / -0

Schools were encouraged to turn over any misbehaving boys to the psychiatrists and I wouldn't doubt the psychiatrists were getting some benefit from the pharmaceutical companies. Not one person in that decision chain thought "hey kid isn't crazy, maybe the kid just needs discipline or a good home or therapy". Leapfrogged right over any consideration for therapy (because it takes a long time) and right to the immediate results of a drug that had never been tested on kids. How many kids in that generation may have KILLED THEMSELVES because of lazy teachers who wanted compliant, drugged children, shitty parents who were too proud to admit they suck as parents and doctors who were ready to experiment on a vulnerable population for profit? It's some seriously sick shit.

Taffy333 [S] 8 points ago +8 / -0

I did medical transcription for 18 years and 'typed' GPs doing the same thing. If there was ever any discussion about better parenting or therapy, it wasn't included in the doctors' dictation, which -- since the reports are supposed to be thorough and accurate -- indicates to me there was none.

Peekay8 5 points ago +5 / -0

Well stated. This whole scenario is mind boggling.

Wtf_socialismreally 4 points ago +4 / -0

The best thing to do with a misbehaving kid is absolutely to figure out why they're misbehaving and either assist to rectify if possible or focus the energy into something productive.

E.g. maybe the kid is enthusiastic about computers and technology; integrate them into a program that focuses their energy there.

Maybe a kid is a little hyperactive and it causes them to have trouble focusing in class or behaving, but that kid exhibits an interest in building things -- integrate him into some form of shop class.

Maybe a kid is bouncing off the walls -- perhaps get him focused on some form of track to get him running.

Too many schools, parents, teachers, doctors fail to focus a child's high energy drive somewhere productive, when it is an extremely good opportunity to get them interested in a hobby that will give them the passion to learn more and practice that hobby and accompanying subjects, to turn it into a career or at least a major job option in the future.

DrFatsides 3 points ago +3 / -0

Exactly. Boys get over diagnosed for issues because their energy level is not compatible with modern education rules. Funny how many of these conditions never existed when children were taught in different formats (apprenticeship, outdoor learning, Socratic learning) vs sitting still for 8 hours watching PowerPoint slides non stop.

Wtf_socialismreally 3 points ago +3 / -0

Man, even 30-50 years ago was so neat. Hearing stories about high school students being involved in programs to work with other schools and build houses and neighborhoods under professional craftsmen and such.

The value of that kind of experience, from carpentry, to education on electrical wiring, to exterior and interior designs, plumbing, the list goes on..those are invaluable, and getting kids involved with that so young creates a spark in so many possibilities and sets them up on a good path.

pente1776 10 points ago +10 / -0

Many body washes cause breast growth in young boys. They knew before they hit the market. Clearly one of their goals. They could have made a soap that cleaned the body and didn't grow tits. But they went with the tit formula anyway. A plan.

We must fight fight fight. They are trying to destroy and subjugate us.

TitoshandmadePatriot 2 points ago +2 / -0

Was talking about body wash and shampoo the other day.

It came up because I was reading the ingredients of dog shampoo. There's like 10 ingredients in there,. I know what they all are and do. Picked up a bottle around the house and no clue what the 50+ ingredients in there are.

I've been using the dogs shampoo for a couple weeks now just to get rid of it as I don't have a,dog.

To say the least I'm smelling pretty good

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ghost_of_aswartz 8 points ago +8 / -0

Keeping mind that Risperdal is off label prescribed for bipolar--it is an antipsychotic that has the terrible adverse-effect of CAUSING PSYCHOSIS if you cease the medication too quickly...

I was put on risperdal off-label for above, it stopped my autonomic breathing (I felt I had to breath on my own)....and when I went off it quickly, I had an acute psychotic episode lasting 2 weeks that caused me to write a wild and hateful email about my stepfather to my sister, that my sister used against me by doxxing it to my stepfather, and he did not talk to me for 5 yrs. So essentially my sister is an evil person who hates my stepfather for something SHE did 35 yrs ago, but she used my email to hurt him, but ended up hurting me, him, my mom, and her, because the backlash from it was so severe she ended up uprooting and moving entirely to mexico, and then spain.

Risperdal ruined my family--I wouldn't have written such an email were I not ever on that drug.

PatrickDuffyLeg 3 points ago +3 / -0

Hope you’re doing better now, fren. Pharmaceuticals and those who shill them are such bullshit.

ghost_of_aswartz 3 points ago +3 / -0

In addition, a number of research papers including a case study published in the Pharmacological Bulletin in 2019 reported the onset of akathisia and rebound psychosis after abrupt Risperdal cessation


ghost_of_aswartz 7 points ago +7 / -0

BTW I declare that all mental health diagnoses I was given are and were false because after the risperdone thing, I said "no more pharma drugs, though the heavens may fall* it's been 6 or 7 yrs now, and I am actually fine. Once I got off their drugs and stopped going to see them, I became normal again. My life is good and haven't had 'bipolar' events. Still depressed but it turns out life sucks (covid19)

That is why I think now that the entire psychiatry industry may be a scam, making people sick with fake diagnoses and then fucking them up with drugs. This is at least the case with some people like myself.

I hope my story is helpful to some of you. I personally recommend you get off the pharma stuff totally and if your problem is you suck, then stop sucking. Figure out how. Lose weight, exercise. Find something interesting to do and do it obsessively. Compare yourself only to your yesterdays and todays self

pente1776 7 points ago +7 / -0

If you notice what is happening to our kids. Our boys are being turned into effeminate creatures and our girls are hitting puberty much earlier. This is also a plan.

(edit for typo)

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AspenHome 4 points ago +4 / -0

".....they make you go to Xray MRi and by the time you're done you will feel sicker than before. Then they tell you you gotta come back every 6 months for a check up because like subscription it's guaranteed constant flow of income."

This is the truth.

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Riggs99 6 points ago +6 / -0

Atrazine in the water from pesticides is an endocrine disruptor. I.e alters hormones from birth.

Willing to bet the vast majority of 'naturally gay' numbers is wildly out of whack from artifical drugs.

DarQ2light 6 points ago +6 / -0

Mangina Manufacturing. I believe Alex Jones has been talking about this kind of stuff for a while.

NewAllOverAgain 6 points ago +6 / -0

I'm 100% convinced that exposures to man-made products of all types, are responsible for insidious changes. It is all victimization and for the defenseless, all the more evil. Self-medicating parents justify their own weaknesses by foisting the same tendencies on their kids. Two young people I personally knew of, are dead by suicide because of prescribed drugs.

justicein2020 5 points ago +5 / -0

plastic. bpa. soy. birth control female hormone drugs survive water treatment plants.

if you've not actively avoiding it. you're flooded with them.

madmax2 4 points ago +4 / -0

I also heard that fetal cell tissue is in vaccines and they don't differentiate between male and female when they shoot kids up.

Oasis5150 4 points ago +4 / -0

I think the entire gluten and food allergies are mass psychosis

justicein2020 7 points ago +7 / -0

nah they poisoned all the food. roundup! its in all the wheat. soy. corn.
roundup ready crops! so profitable! and we feed that to most of the animals too. directly and as waste.

and now everyones guts are messed up... mass glyphosate poisoning.

PatrickDuffyLeg 4 points ago +4 / -0

We have a family member who is agoraphobic, afraid of Covid (claiming to be immunocompromised, but seems otherwise healthy), and claims to have “sensitivity to gluten”.

Each time the family gets together my mother-in-law has to prepare a special menu just for him. We are relatively certain this person is a hypochondriac. (They claimed to also have gout.) It’s almost like telling folks that you have some mental illness or medical condition is the new vogue.

Also, while I’m still on my rant, it drives me crazy to hear parents just about brag to others that their child has texture issues. I get it - some kids are on the spectrum and truly do. But... I don’t know. Growing up in the 80s, I never heard of such a thing. It wasn’t until the last 5-7 years that I recall people boasting about this.

Merkava_4 4 points ago +4 / -0

They used to put Michael Jackson on drugs when he was a kid to keep his voice high. Look how he turned out.

coolhandcuke 4 points ago +4 / -0

I took an antipsychotic med for anxiety once. It made me lactate (I'm a woman). Pretty freaky and I'm not even a boy. It stopped as soon as I stopped the drug.

mabritt999 4 points ago +4 / -0

What the [email protected] are we doing to our kids?😢

Ogcarvattack 3 points ago +3 / -0

Bpa too.

TrumpSuperStar 3 points ago +3 / -0

Lawsuits should be delt out

Paul_Revere 3 points ago +3 / -0

It's not just young boys. If you're taking Spironolactone for high blood pressure, watch out for similar side effects.

PierceCountyDS 0 points ago +1 / -1

The lost me at 46 double d size bra. Come on. That would mean their chest is 46 inches around at the narrow point, not around the breast

Taffy333 [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

Risperdal also causes weight gain.