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While the Shayaateen – SANHA, MJC, NIHT, etc. – halaalize carrion and the deluge of poisonous, processed junk foods, and whilst the maajin muftis go to Mars to extract extremely far-fetched interpretations to halaalize the flood of poisons camouflages with often unpronounceable chemical names and E-numbers, intelligent kuffaar doctors having some understanding of the concept of altruism, vigorously condemn these haraam, poisonous junk foods which Muslims halaalize for the sake of ONLY the boodle. Read what one senior expert medical practitioner has to say. 


PARENTS should refrain from giving their babies sugar right from the start of their lives, Professor Tim Noakes said yesterday during an address at the Future of Health Summit held in the Feather Market Centre in Port Elizabeth.

“To summarise, parents should eliminate all sugar from day one, drastically reduce refined carbohydrates and eat real food,” he said.

Noakes said it was important for people to make the mindshift from counting calories to counting carbohydrates.

“What we do know is that traditional diets offering only a moderate restriction of carbohydrates do not work. You must cut your carbohydrate consumption to 50 grams a day.”

Noakes said he believed insulin resistance was the most important and undiagnosed condition in the world today.

He said for true change, doctors and nutritionists who offered traditional diet advice for decades should apologise.

“We need every doctor and nutritionist to say, ‘I was wrong. I was completely wrong’.”

He said the Banting diet could be summarised in three simple steps: “Stop eating processed food. Limit carbohydrates. Learn to cook.

“The body does not need carbohydrates.”

Noakes said he could also say with confidence that exercise could not fix a bad diet.

“You can’t outrun a bad diet. Physical activity has no impact on losing weight. It has been proven that if you introduce carbs, sugar and vegetable oil to a diet, diabetes appears 20 years later,” he said.

“The key driver to weight loss is diet, not willpower. We [the doctors] blamed the patient in our ignorance.”

Noakes gave the following advice on raising children on a low-carbohydrate, high-fat diet:

  • Breastfeed for as long as possible;
  • Remember that carbohydrates are not essential to your child’s health, but fat is as it aids brain development;
  • When babies are weaned, they should be given real food and not a diet high in carbohydrates and processed foods;
  • The first 24 months of nutrition is crucial;
  • It cannot be proven that the consumption of a lot of fruit and grains are beneficial. The gluten in grains can cause health problems.

“The more carbohydrates you feed your children, the quicker they will become insulin resistant,” Noakes said.

Other speakers included the author of the book, A New Atkins for a New You, Dr Eric Westman; and GP Dr Margot de Koker, who said the medical fraternity “got the balance of nutrients the body needs completely wrong – now we can no longer say that we didn’t know”.

(End of Report, The Herald 23 Oct 2015 )

 Note that even the non-Muslim expert  dos not regard processed food to be REAL food. How  could processed  junk ‘food’ laced with  so many harmful poisons ever be called ‘real’ food? What  innumerable  non-Muslim doctors and medical researchers have established  and proven to be extremely harmful and causing grave diseases such as diabetes, heart problems, cancer, liver diseases, etc., the SHAYAATEEN CARRION HALAALIZERS operating as ‘Muslims’ are insanely promoting. The love of haraam boodle is  one of the worst diseases.

12 Muharram 1437 – 26 October 2015


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