COMMENT [646]

Today I will be diving into some reiteration about this “junk food” notion, reminding you that alot of these foods are actually not unhealthy; every and anything just become “unhealthy” when you are eating or doint too much of it, and this is the number one issue with this particular situation — too much consumption leads to weight gain, and if there is a culture which consumes way too many foods to the point of *wasting food, it begins to look as if the food is nonessential since people are eating too much of it and so it’s taken for granted, so anywhere where there is too much food and people are eating too much of it, it will seem as though it’s non-essential because they are eating too much and consuming so much and “wasting” so much.

It’s like they do not even know what to do with it at some point, but alot of these foods are not “junk” and infact under the right circumstances where food is desperately needed, they are actually highly vital; it’s just the way of thinking and the way people manage (or“mismanage”) food and resources that is junk. I mean, you can tell by the way that some of these so-called experts themselves have their own weight issues, that this way of thinking is junk because we are supposed to believe that they are taking their own advice, so if they are taking their own advice and they believe that sugar makes people fat and how you should “eat healthily and cut out sugar” and stuff, and they are in fact doing these things but strangely are still fat, this clearly shows that their logic is a heap of useless “junk” and means nothing in reality, so obviously if you follow their silly advice believing that sugar is the cause of obesity, then you will obviously end-up in the same situation, which is why I believe that the obesity-rate in some of these countries has sky-rocketed, and it’s due in-part to some of these valued health “experts’ spreading alot of foolish information.

Take this other example into thought as to why this perception of “junk food” is actually questionable and perpetually misleading. If you were to show up and give a tribal crew, who are starving, a Big Mac Burger, leave, come back in a months time and offer them another Big Mac, they will survive pretty well because they are generally eating the same things every single week without the Big Mac being included into their diet — they are not nearly getting the same access to food as people do in modern civilization, they are often hunting the same “predictable” kind of foods weekly anyways, so their diets are not all it’s cracked up to be either,
the key is to realize that it’s just about “how” they eat that makes a big difference because they don’t eat nearly as much as people do in civilized cultures, so this parallels the same pattern as if you came by and pay them a visit *every-now-and-then and give them a big mac — they will do just fine or even better than people in modern civilizations do on their own foods because the tribe peoples are more active and they are not in a position to eat excessive amounts of food as a matter of convenience rather than as a matter of survival, and this is the issue in western societies, food is consumes to the point where modern societies are not even seeing the value in food anymore, m odern civilizations overeat food to the point that it’s seen as junk food to these societies — the food is not junk to humans, the “habits” of some humans are junk to their own selves.

That’s all for now for this topic. This is how I do it — I have super-powerful ⚑DEFLECTORβš‘πŸ‘Š, here to detect dipshit-titis and DEFLECT degeneracy, SUPER DISMISSIVELY, if its derivatives don’t reflect the KORREKT βŒπŸ²βœ”

4 thoughts on “COMMENT [646]

  1. This one is also awesome πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»keep sharing πŸ˜ƒBest wishes πŸ˜„

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    1. Thanks, I am glad you liked it haha. It means everything, and I wish you all the best as well πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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        1. Thank you Dulcy; cheers! my friend πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ˜‚

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