Fatty Liver, Erectile Dysfunction, And Dementia Are The Next Epidemics. Intermittent Fasting To The Rescue!

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As stated in our last blog, intermittent fasting is already a proven solution to fight not only the food industry profiting from induced gluttony but take back control over our health. In New York City the intermittent fasting buzz has been spreading like wildfire for over a year already. We know 5 people living in the Big Apple and they all contend that so many are practicing the art of "restricted eating". Could this be the mere beginning of a long-term trend? Although we prefer the 4-hour eating window, an 8-hour cycle is a good start.

Society's eating habits have been quite destructive for way too long and it is time to fix this because people's health is deteriorating fast. As you read this and globally close to 60% of people are either overweight or obese. With such a plethora of metabolic diseases generated by the high fat/carb regimen fueling insulin resistance, the prospects of BigPharma seem to be glorious.

INSULIN RESISTANCE behind heart disease, Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes hypertension, weight gain, fatty liver, dementia, low testosterone, menstrual irregularities and infertility, erectile dysfunction, and more.

Yes, you read well, erectile dysfunction also affects more than half of the males over 40. Don't you think that it's time to ring the alarm bell? And this is no longer a theory but a fact since 2007. Unfortunately, the NIH article reassures readers by stating that pharma can circumvent the problem by prescribing certain inhibitors but declares that treating insulin resistance (with other drugs) is also part of the cure. Here at Earth Custodians, are no MDs but the whole situation is a "double win" for pharma because erectile dysfunction is a serious concern among men.

Despite all these grim figures the WHO contends that 50 million suffer from dementia globally, we have all the reasons to question this assessment considering the fast aging population and the number of elderly already in-home care and affected by cognitive decline. Many are falsely diagnosed with Alzheimer's which is deemed incurable. It is all about fear. But here is some additional data we came across: It is estimated that approximately one-third of older Americans have Alzheimer’s or another dementia at death. The report states that dementia's economic cost in the US alone has been estimated at $305 billion in 2020 and is set to soar up to $1.5 trillion by 2050. Indeed, this proves the WHO unable to gather useful information, most likely on purpose.

Too much eating or/and eating too frequently is the main drive of what is called non-alcoholic fatty liver disease but it goes without saying that boozing regularly can seriously compound the problem. Our high-stress lifestyles are also an important factor contributing to alcoholism. The point here is that a fatty liver has dramatic consequences because all organs are of course affected when a liver can't work properly. Fatty liver disease is also associated with poor thyroid functions. This is a vicious circle that can only be stopped with restricted and healthy eating. Belly fat is the tip of the iceberg and often the symptom of a fatty liver condition.

Yes, folks, the time has come to take back our health in a big way because it is simply impossible to address so many other dire issues in the world if sickness threatens our households. Sure, we all have to die one day but the only question is HOW. The quality of life and mental clarity does matter until the end.

The human body needs to be respected and fed with foods that can sustain it in the best conditions. Eating less and growing your own food. No less. We cannot fight a "sick system" but we can create a new framework to replace the old one, and that starts at home and empowering communities. The future of humankind is inherently connected to self-image and self-respect. The lesson is, indeed, painful but also liberating because the real solution is quite simple if we honestly think about it.