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by Kevin Muhammad

eBook Nuts Are Not Good For Humans: Biological Consequences Of Consumption epub
  • ISBN: 0965886425
  • Author: Kevin Muhammad
  • Genre: Health
  • Subcategory: Women's Health
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: TechDoc, Inc.; First Edition edition (January 1, 2001)
  • Pages: 160 pages
  • ePUB size: 1900 kb
  • FB2 size 1373 kb
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According to the Honorable Elijah Muhammad, nuts are unfit for humans and consuming them deals a tremendous . According to the dietary law contained in the books, How To Eat To Live, nuts are among the foods that are unfit for human consumption

According to the Honorable Elijah Muhammad, nuts are unfit for humans and consuming them deals a tremendous blow to the human lifespan. He states that every time we eat nuts, five years are shaved from our life spans. Either this is exaggerative or it can be proven. According to the dietary law contained in the books, How To Eat To Live, nuts are among the foods that are unfit for human consumption. They render a tremendous impact to human health. We must note the physiological and anatomical differences between humans and those lower creatures whose primary diet includes consumption of nuts.

The vast consumption of nuts is a leading cause of major chronic diseases, such as cancer, heart disease, stroke, diabetes, arthritis, osteoporosis, thyroid disease, and depression

The vast consumption of nuts is a leading cause of major chronic diseases, such as cancer, heart disease, stroke, diabetes, arthritis, osteoporosis, thyroid disease, and depression. This book describes how eating nuts causes chronic disease, and in doing so, proves that nuts are not good for humans.

Good for Humans : Biological Consequences of Consumption. This means that people simply "assume" that nuts are good to eat.

Nuts Are Not Good for Humans : Biological Consequences of Consumption. by Kevin A. Muhammad.

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Nuts are one of the most nutrient dense of all plant-based foods. This is a reductionist argument focused narrowly on consumption of calcium. I recall many years ago teaching nutrition and pointing out that nuts are an especially good source of the fat soluble antioxidant, vitamin E. I imagined that this made sense because the purpose of nuts (and seeds) is to store the nutrients necessary for startup growth of the new tree offspring. My thought process at that time (probably not original) was that nuts might have to remain viable for long periods of times until conditions become suitable for the nut to sprout new growth.

If humans were immorbid the distances involved would not be insurmountable. None, immortality has thus far never been achieved. Any moral consequence is simply a way to come to grips with our mortality. If we could develop the change of not dieing, could we then change to give hope and opportunity to all who wish it? 672 views · View 4 Upvoters. To be clear, it IS reasonable to justify being mortal but it is NOT reasonable to want to deny immoralit. Instead of immortalllity ask yourself this would a cute for cancer be a good thing? Then ask should we cure Alzheimer's? Then ask is a cure for Parkinson's also a good thing? I’m sure you'll find yourself saying yes to all 3 questions.

Biological Consequences of Consumption. Muhammad Nuts have been a mainstay in the human diet for thousands of years and continue as a part of many diets throughout the world. Published June 1, 2001 by Techdoc Inc. Nuts have been a mainstay in the human diet for thousands of years and continue as a part of many diets throughout the world.

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Consumption can be good, she says

Consumption can be good, she says. I don't want to be callous to the people who really do need more stuff". But consumerism is always bad, adding little to our wellbeing as well as being disastrous for the planet. The real solution is not perfecting your ability to choose the best option, it's getting that product off the shelf," she says. Leonard's film has its critics. Many have argued against the minor details of the book, but few have questioned the fundamental premise that our current use of resources is unsustainable. Even fewer have doubted her optimism.

Although billions of people enjoy eating nuts, biochemical research proves that nuts contain potent "poisons" that injure us. This same research also shows why nuts benefit animals, such as birds and squirrels.The biggest problem, to date, is that most people are unaware of this vital biochemical research; and consequently, continue to eat nuts. This means that people simply "assume" that nuts are good to eat. We cannot afford to make assumptions about issues that affect our health. Each of us must know the "scientifically-proven" facts. The vast consumption of nuts is a leading cause of major chronic diseases, such as cancer, heart disease, stroke, diabetes, arthritis, osteoporosis, thyroid disease, and depression. This book describes how eating nuts causes chronic disease, and in doing so, proves that nuts are not good for humans.
Comments: (5)
Shaktiktilar
Great
Dyni
Wonderful book
Hugifyn
This supposedly scientific book is a book of religious dietary recommendations written in 2001. As such it ranks nuts "second only to swine flesh" as poisons, supposedly by "divine guidance" (!) I was misled by the description to assume it was e real scientific book and that it was of 2014 vintage. Much of it is a rant against scientific studies, with no knowledge in many areas. And yes, some of the hypotheses why nuts are supposed to be healthy are weak. So a recent "scientific" book such as "Nuts and Seeds" edited by Victor Preedy may fill the gap.
Hilarious Kangaroo
Yeah, no.
Nuts will not eat away at your lifespan with acids, evil and poison. I don't know what the motivation is behind this crock, but you can find so-called "poisons" in any human-consumed food. Isolating random chemicals in nuts and describing their toxic effects on the human body in gruesome detail is a transparent tactic whose aim is to make you shiver so much in your boots that you are too distracted to notice logical fallacies. Again, I can't fathom the reason behind this.
Maybe this book is intended to be humorous.
Villo
Mr. Muhammad's book is very informative, well-researched & well thought out. Thanks to Mr. Muhammad, I am discovering a lot of things regarding nut consumption that I was completely unaware of. As much as I love nuts of all kinds, I will be re-evaluating my love for nuts based on the scientific information presented in "Nuts Are Not Good For Humans."
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