Processed Wonder Foods Will Make Happy Bellies

Thursday, January 27, 2011
Posted in category Food & Nutrition

Still, the world is convinced that you aren’t what you eat, but you are how much of whatever it is that you eat. From an article in the Wall Street Journal:

Nestle, one of the world’s largest food companies, hopes to develop new types of foods that, essentially, seek to trick the gut brain. The foods could make people feel full earlier, or stay full longer, in order to curb the desire to eat more. For example, cooking french fries in oil that gets digested more slowly than regular oil could confer a longer-lasting sense of satiety, researchers speculate.

The gut brain? Only an imbecile would believe there is such a thing. So sauteed raccoon’s asshole on a stick deep fried in toxic, partially-hydrogenated vegetable oil becomes an obesity fighter when it’s deep fried in a man-made, chemical-filled, hunger-fighting toxic, partially-hydrogenated vegetable oil. Even more remarkable is this bit from the article:

Unilever: Slim-Fast’s line of meal products ‘address the issue of hunger control head-on, by utilizing the body’s natural ability to signal satiety and control hunger for up to four hours,’ the company’s website says.

And still, the masses get fatter and sicker and become more drugged each day.

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3 Responses to Processed Wonder Foods Will Make Happy Bellies

  1. Sheryl says:

    January 28th, 2011 at 11:50 am

    An old friend used to nibble on apples, brownies, and sip calorie laden shakes while insisting those little bites don’t count. Well, that was 12 yrs ago, she has basically doubled in size to this day…and she still doesn’t “get it.”

  2. Deb S. says:

    January 30th, 2011 at 1:08 pm

    “gut brain” … obviously the owners of such an item would also be in possession of a butt brain. (recalls several childhood references to brains being used for nothing more than to sit upon)

    I like my butter. I think I’ll keep it.

  3. clark says:

    February 22nd, 2011 at 10:24 am

    Pemmican, I did not know about this, seems primal:

    “Pemmican is a concentrated mixture of fat and protein… invented by the native peoples of North America. It was widely adopted as a high-energy food…

    The meat was cut in thin slices and dried over a slow fire, or in the hot sun until it was hard and brittle. Then it was pounded into very small pieces, almost powder-like in consistency, using stones. The pounded meat was mixed with melted fat with a ratio of approximately 50% pounded meat and 50% melted fat. In some cases, dried fruits such as saskatoon berries, cranberries, blueberries, or choke cherries were pounded into powder and then added to the meat/fat mixture. The resulting mixture was then packed into rawhide pouches for storage.” – Wikipedia

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