The Heart Foundation Tick of Death


Of course make up your own minds, but here is a compelling article with several good references and some interesting ensuing comments.

Much to think about and a good starting point for research into the probable fallacies of “official” theories about fats and health.

Get a Fresh Start

If it has the Heart Foundation tick of approval, don’t buy it. More often than not that shit aint food. It is merely a mashup of mostly non food, toxic ingredients that will do absolutely NOTHING for your health and simply assist you in getting fatter, sicker, more nutritionally depleted and a more likely candidate for a heart attack and a multitude of other chronic, degenerative and other rather unpleasant issues.

Today I took a trip to my local Coles and took photos of a bunch of products with the Tick of Approval. I had my three year old with me and he never goes to these big supermarkets (we shop at farmers markets and various small, locally owned businesses, so he is not used to being in these places). It was quite distracting for him as I was picking things up all over the place and putting them back…

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About Ken McMurtrie

Retired Electronics Engineer, most recently installing and maintaining medical X-Ray equipment. A mature age "student" of Life and Nature, an advocate of Truth, Justice and Humanity, promoting awareness of the injustices in the world.
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One Response to The Heart Foundation Tick of Death

  1. hirundine608 says:

    Most people look for an easier alternative, when it comes to health. Doctors talk about reducing intake of saturated fats. Which then becomes a sort of bizarre contest. Since most people think they need animal protein, for protein intake. Proteins like meat, (Dead bodies). With the attendant saturated fat intake. Then they rush to purchase stuff like this. Regardless of “fat reduction”. I would be alarmed about the canola oil (rapeseed) that is now almost globally GMO oil. Used in mayonnaise.

    I make my own. Lemon juice, egg, mustard powder, or some diijon and olive oil. With some unrefined sea-salt and garlic for zing! Takes barely 5 minutes to whip up a cup. The stuff from stores is expensive!
    http://homecooking.about.com/od/saladrecipes/r/blcon64.htm

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