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Fact check please! This 60 minutes report is a complete PR campaign with deep conflicts of interest.
In FACT... the funding and research history, as well as forensic science of SARS-CoV2 says it was most likely Peter Dascak and related Gain of Function research that led to the CREATION of SARS-CoV2 virus ? rather than the PREVENTION of it!
Take your crew to the lab in Wuhan .... find your answer
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Is fruit actually good
Is fruit actually good for you? For years the dietary guidelines have encouraged us to eat more fruit, but fruit contains a molecule called fructose. Fructose causes all sorts of problems with diabetes, heart disease, and weight gain, so therefore should we actually avoid fruit?
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Shame about spuds, but it is true as it is for sucking down ethanol.
@Dr Brad Stanfield the Glycemic Index is not a good proxy for measuring the harm. GI does not measure insulin production due to rises in blood sugar. As a result, two foods could have the same glycemic index, but produce different amounts of insulin. Likewise, two foods could have the same glycemic load, but cause different insulin responses
synergistic, that's why suppliments are also pointless. Cause nature created the food source in its totality for a reason.