Post reply

Warning - while you were reading 5 new replies have been posted. You may wish to review your post.
Name:
Email:
Subject:
Message icon:

Verification:

shortcuts: hit alt+s to submit/post or alt+p to preview


Topic Summary

Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: March 12, 2023, 09:48:07 pm »

Western scientists discover what we have always known:

https://www.yahoo.com/news/eat-reprogram-genes-expert-explains-133754480.html

Quote
What you eat can reprogram your genes Ė an expert explains the emerging science of nutrigenomics
...
People typically think of food as calories, energy and sustenance. However, the latest evidence suggests that food also ďtalksĒ to our genome, which is the genetic blueprint that directs the way the body functions down to the cellular level.
...
In humans and mice, byproducts of the amino acid methionine, which are abundant in meat and fish, are known to influence genetic dials that are important for cell growth and division.
...
Interestingly, the ability of nutrients to alter the flow of genetic information can span across generations. Studies show that in humans and animals, the diet of grandparents influences the activity of genetic switches and the disease risk and mortality of grandchildren.

How do you think the Neolithic Revolution changed us?
Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: March 02, 2023, 02:00:28 am »

"non-Aryan males prefer the hybrid type as opposed to the pure Gentile type? Or is this actually not the case."

Both types of preference certainly exist. I am not sure what the distribution looks like.
Posted by: rp
« on: March 01, 2023, 09:36:07 pm »

"But how does your theory account for men with a robust skull and a gracile body?"
I did not consider that tbh.

"Her husband would thus likely have a more robust body than her. If she had a daughter, the daughter would be expected to have a more robust body than her due to inheriting partially her husband's traits. How then could there be a steady multigenerational drift towards gracility under such conditions?"
I was assuming that the daughter's skeletal structure would be matrilineally inherited, but I admit this was mere speculation on my part.

"Why not use the simpler explanation of the robust skull and gracile body as a product of (disgusting) mixing of non-Aryan with Aryan blood?"
Ok. But why then do non-Aryan males prefer the hybrid type as opposed to the pure Gentile type? Or is this actually not the case.
Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: March 01, 2023, 04:48:32 pm »

But how does your theory account for men with a robust skull and a gracile body?



Even limiting discussion to women only, if as you claim a Gentile woman did not hunt but ate meat, her husband probably hunted in order to supply her with the meat. Her husband would thus likely have a more robust body than her. If she had a daughter, the daughter would be expected to have a more robust body than her due to inheriting partially her husband's traits. How then could there be a steady multigenerational drift towards gracility under such conditions?

Why not use the simpler explanation of the robust skull and gracile body as a product of (disgusting) mixing of non-Aryan with Aryan blood?
Posted by: rp
« on: March 01, 2023, 08:25:28 am »

I have a theory on the evolution of the robust skull and gracile body. In the paleolithic times, women did not hunt as much as men, therefore, they did not evolve to have a robust skeletal structure. However, they still consumed the meat hunted by men! And as we know, eating meat requires a robust jaw, hence, they evolved a robust skull.
Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: September 13, 2022, 05:52:07 pm »

https://www.xcode.life/dna-and-health/know-genes-fads1-vegetarian-gene/

Quote
The Fatty Acid Desaturase (FADS1) gene is associated with the synthesis of FADS1 protein, an enzyme secreted in the liver and shown to be associated with the conversion of shorter chain fatty acids to longer length active forms. The FADS1 protein is found to be associated with the conversion of omega 3 and omega 6 from plant based fats to functional and longer forms like EPA, DHA and arachidonic acid (AA). Animal meat, fish and eggs are already rich in EPA, DHA and arachidonic acid, which reduces the need for the FADS1 protein. People with the C variant of the gene are found to be associated with reduced activity of the protein.

Individuals who do not produce sufficient amount of fatty acids need to consume more animal foods to meet requirements, while individuals who can convert plant-based oils to EPA, DHA and arachidonic acid would benefit from consuming a diet that is rich in vegetable oils and lower in omega-6-rich animal meats.
...
Ancestry:

The FADS1 single nucleotide polymorphism that we include is found to have a significant association with the fatty acid composition in our blood. The ancestral allele C (rs174547) was predominant among the hunter gatherers and, with the start of farming, the allele T became the predominant allele.

Distribution:

https://news.cornell.edu/stories/2016/03/eating-green-could-be-your-genes

Quote
Cornell researchers describe a genetic variation that has evolved in populations that have historically favored vegetarian diets, such as in India, Africa and parts of East Asia.
...
The vegetarian allele evolved in populations that have eaten a plant-based diet over hundreds of generations. The adaptation allows these people to efficiently process omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids and convert them into compounds essential for early brain development and controlling inflammation. In populations that live on plant-based diets, this genetic variation provided an advantage and was positively selected in those groups.
...
Analysis using data from the 1,000 Genomes Project similarly found the vegetarian allele in 70 percent of South Asians, 53 percent of Africans, 29 percent of East Asians and 17 percent of Europeans.

ďNorthern Europeans have a long history of drinking milk and they absorbed enough end products from milk for long-chain fatty acid metabolism so they donít have to increase capacity to synthesize those fatty acids from precursors,Ē said Ye.

See also:

https://trueleft.createaforum.com/mythical-world/turanian-diffusion/
Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: September 10, 2022, 08:12:30 pm »

Continuing from:

https://trueleft.createaforum.com/issues/dietary-decolonization/msg15540/#msg15540

Quote
Just another subhuman.

https://www.yahoo.com/news/queen-elizabeth-ii-ate-exercised-122558866.html

Quote
When dining alone, she was "very disciplined" and would often have low-carb meals
...
When not at a function, dinners would often be fillets of beef or venison, pheasant, or salmon from farms in Sandringham and Balmoral, with something fruity for dessert. She also loved traditional British roast dinners on Sundays.

Face:

Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: July 26, 2022, 07:20:21 pm »

https://www.yahoo.com/news/obesity-long-considered-personal-failing-090204825.html

Quote
Barbara Hiebel carries 137 pounds on her 5-foot-11 frame. Most of her life she weighed 200 pounds more.
...
Like many people who struggle with weight, Hiebel has a family tree that includes others with extra pounds. Her mother was heavy, as were other female relatives.
...
The human body evolved over tens of thousands of years to hold on to excess calories through fat.

"The default is to promote eating. It's very simple, very logical. If it were not this way, you would die after you're born," said Tamas Horvath, a neuroscientist at the Yale School of Medicine. "When you live out in the wild, you need to be driven to find food, otherwise you're going to miss out on life."

Note Hiebel's Gentile face shape:



Quote
Some people seem destined from birth to be thin, like everyone else in their family.

Only about a quarter of the population, those with a genetic gift for thinness, seem to escape extra pounds in today's food climate.

Guess who? (Hint: who didn't live out in the wild, but instead stayed in the same place where cereal could be stored in granaries, and where carrying extra pounds just meant energy wasted on moving it around on top of they stuff we had to carry around every day?)

https://www.pnas.org/doi/10.1073/pnas.2115228119

I want to draw attention to this chart (A only; ignore the computer-generated stuff in B):



Firstly (offtopic), of course children are the most trustworthy!

Secondly, in the "skinny/fat" section, note the face shapes of the people stereotyped as skinny vs fat. Just as with:

https://trueleft.createaforum.com/human-evolution/aryan-metabolism/msg7980/#msg7980

https://trueleft.createaforum.com/human-evolution/aryan-metabolism/msg8071/#msg8071

note the consistent pattern of nose length (hence facial height) increasing and overall face shape narrowing with stereotypical skinniness. This is the face that evolutionarily suits a skinny body, which is why I am disgusted whenever I see a skinny body with a short/wide face, as I was talking about here:

https://trueleft.createaforum.com/true-left-vs-false-left/true-left-breakthrough-anti-relativism/msg13931/#msg13931

This is why I cannot stand most fashion models despite how skinny their bodies are:





Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: February 06, 2022, 08:15:27 pm »

Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: August 14, 2021, 01:52:44 am »

Here is one with women's faces:

https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-018-24911-0/figures/1



BFP is a somewhat different metric than BMI/cortisol, but as previously explained, storing body fat not only has no benefit for farmers (who can instead store harvested cereal to ensure regular meals), but is indeed an outright disadvantage as we would have to waste what would be cumulatively vast quantities of energy shifting around that extra body mass every day. On the other hand, it benefits hunters who can expect to sometimes wait longer before their next meal depending on fluctuations in hunting success. (Herders fall in between: their flocks ensure regular meals for them, but require less labour to maintain, hence the disadvantage of stored body fat should be milder for them.)

So, the low-BFP morph producing a more Aryan face shape is yet again what would be predicted by our model.

See also:

https://trueleft.createaforum.com/human-evolution/aryan-bones/

https://trueleft.createaforum.com/mythical-world/aryan-labour/

Purely for entertainment:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fat_men%27s_club
Posted by: rp
« on: August 10, 2021, 06:45:37 am »

Health ≠ reproductive fitness
Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: August 09, 2021, 09:48:00 pm »

Remember again that we, without doing a single empirical study (as Western science would deem necessary), had the Aryan face shape figured out long before the following research was done:

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/315686328_Patterns_of_correlation_of_facial_shape_with_physiological_measurements_are_more_integrated_than_patterns_of_correlation_with_ratings

Quote
Computed morphs of the averaged unwarped image (GM morphs) depicting the same shape regressions and configurations as the thin-plate splines (Fig. 2): the sample average as well as the facial shapes corresponding to low (minus three standard deviations) and high (plus three standard deviations) of BMI, cortisol, and health rating.



About cortisol:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cortisol#Biosynthesis

Quote
Cortisol is synthesized from cholesterol.

And of course:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cholesterol#Dietary_sources

Quote
all animal-based foods contain cholesterol in varying amounts.[53] Major dietary sources of cholesterol include red meat, egg yolks and whole eggs, liver, kidney, giblets, fish oil, and butter.[54]

So it is not surprising that we have lower cortisol. Notice, however, that the low-BMI morph produces a more Aryan face shape than the low-cortisol morph. This could indicate the presence in the latter of non-Aryans who happen to have a low-cholesterol diet. In contrast, BMI 3 standard deviations below the mean is extremely hard to attain for non-ectomorphs unless they are literally starving, hence the morph is likely to be a composite of almost exclusively ectomorphs.

Finally, the "perceived health" section is nothing but a reflection of majority foolishness. I intuitively suspect that what is really going on is that most participants in the study were subconsciously looking for cues for fertility but calling it "health" because (being non-Gnostics) they equate the concepts instead of setting them in opposition.
Posted by: guest5
« on: March 13, 2021, 12:27:26 pm »

Hereís Even More Evidence That Plant Protein Is Better for You Than Animal Protein
Quote
Sorry, steak fans.
Entire article: https://getpocket.com/explore/item/here-s-even-more-evidence-that-plant-protein-is-better-for-you-than-animal-protein?utm_source=pocket-newtab
Quote
Itíd be great if a burger-a-day diet was healthy. Donít get me wrongóitís not the worst. Youíve got protein in there and hopefully some veggies on top (and on the side) , and even some fiber from the roll (you used whole grain, right?).

Unfortunately, study after study shows that meat as a protein source just isn't that healthy. It's far better to get that necessary protein from plants. Generally speaking, diets heavy on plant matter tend to be healthier. One study found that those eating the most fruit-and-veg-dense diets had a 31 percent lower risk of dying from cardiovascular disease and a roughly 20 percent lower risk of overall mortality than those eating animal-focused diets. That study didn't look specifically at protein, but participants consumed the other main animal-sourced food group, dairy, at about equal rates no matter what, so ultimately this comes down to replacing meat with alternative protein sources.

And yes, these associations are correlations, not causations. But there are some legitimate reasons that plant-based protein sources like beans are a healthier alternative to bacon. The researchers arenít saying you canít or shouldnít indulge in a thick Delmonico or a flame-grilled cheeseburger. Rather that you should enjoy them in moderation. Generally, research shows that less animal meatómost especially red meatóis better than more, in terms of long term health. You donít have to love tofu, either (itís not the best plant-based protein anyway), as long as you strive to eat more of your protein from the ground and less from animals.

Hereís a deeper dive into why:
Plant Protein Has More Nutrients and Fiber (Though Not All of the Amino Acids)
Quote
Animal meat is known for its many nutrients. If you eat a variety of animal meats (light and dark, not just beef, as well as various organs), you can take in all the amino acids you need to manufacture your own bodily proteins plus vitamins like B12, niacin, thiamine, B5, B6, B7, and vitamins A and K.

But here's the thing: If you swap all that animal protein for an equally diverse diet of plant-based proteins like nuts, seeds, and beans, you are no worse off. That's because these foods are also packed full of a similar spectrum of nutrients. The biggest difference is vitamin B12, which most plants cannot produce on their own. You can get B12 from edible seaweed and in fortified cereals, though the easiest way is through supplementation or by eating animal products.

Given their equal vitamin profile, Andrea Giancoli, a registered dietitian in California says plant-based proteins are far healthier than their meat counterparts. Thatís because, pound-for-pound, they pack more nutrients into fewer calories. They also have one thing that animal proteins completely lack: fiber. (Except for things like tofu, which is processed, Giancoli notes.) Letís not forget the fiber. Fiber aids in digestion, promotes a healthy gut microbiome, and is strongly associated with lower cardiovascular disease risk.
People Who Eat Plant Proteins in Part Have Healthier Habits

Meta-analyses that compared people who eat animal versus plant proteins consistently find that, even after adjusting for other influential factors like socioeconomic class, weight, and exercise habits, those who eat plants tend to live longer, healthier lives. They tend to have less cardiovascular disease and fewer cancer cases, though especially the cancer association tends to drop away once other factors have been controlled for. Despite all that controlling, though, there's still an association with living a longer life with fewer heart problems. There are almost certainly some small factors contributing to the association. People who eat plant proteins may see their doctor more regularly and thus get better preventive care. Maybe they tend to live in quieter, less polluted places.

Since correlations still exist between eating plant proteins and overall health, even after controlling for other factors, meta-analyses have generally concluded that lifestyle factors alone can't account for the correlation. One such analysis in the Journal of the American Medical Association noted that "Substitution of plant protein for animal protein, especially from processed red meat, may confer a substantial health benefit" and advised that policies promote plant proteins.

I suspect people who have had issues with their vegan diets did not track their diets closely enough to make sure they were getting all the necessary amino acids and vitamins then?
Quote
People Who Eat Plant Proteins in Part Have Healthier Habits

Meta-analyses that compared people who eat animal versus plant proteins consistently find that, even after adjusting for other influential factors like socioeconomic class, weight, and exercise habits, those who eat plants tend to live longer, healthier lives. They tend to have less cardiovascular disease and fewer cancer cases, though especially the cancer association tends to drop away once other factors have been controlled for. Despite all that controlling, though, there's still an association with living a longer life with fewer heart problems. There are almost certainly some small factors contributing to the association. People who eat plant proteins may see their doctor more regularly and thus get better preventive care. Maybe they tend to live in quieter, less polluted places.

Since correlations still exist between eating plant proteins and overall health, even after controlling for other factors, meta-analyses have generally concluded that lifestyle factors alone can't account for the correlation. One such analysis in the Journal of the American Medical Association noted that "Substitution of plant protein for animal protein, especially from processed red meat, may confer a substantial health benefit" and advised that policies promote plant proteins.

Posted by: guest5
« on: February 21, 2021, 11:59:13 am »

How is Trump not dead from heart disease a long time ago? Yahweh had special plans for that **** hey....
Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: February 20, 2021, 11:42:15 pm »

"subhumans"

https://www.yahoo.com/news/trump-complained-served-smaller-steak-165923161.html

Quote
President Donald Trump once complained that a steak he was served at his Washington, DC, hotel restaurant was smaller than the one given to his table companion, the steak house's former executive chef told The Washingtonian.

Bill Williamson, then the chef of BLT Prime at the Trump International Hotel, said the two steaks were virtually identical.

"It was the same steak. Both well done. Maybe it was a half ounce bigger or something, I don't know," Williamson said to The Washingtonian.

But after Trump's complaint, Williamson switched from serving the president a filet mignon or bone-in rib eye to a 40-ounce tomahawk, which is larger than all the other steaks offered on the restaurant's menu. The restaurant also ordered special extra-large shrimp for Trump's appetizer dish, The Washingtonian reported.
...
Corey Lewandowski wrote that Trump would regularly eat a 2,400-calorie McDonald's meal consisting of two Big Mac burgers, two Filet-O-Fish sandwiches, and a chocolate milkshake on the campaign trail. In the White House, Trump would often be served two scoops of ice cream with his dessert, while his guests received one scoop, Time reported.