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#1 Deepwater6



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Posted 05 October 2018 - 09:30 AM



Although this would require much more study, I was surprised by the results of the ones they did. It almost seems counterintuitive to a healthy diet. Does anyone have experience with any form of it?


Also do we know how and why it came to be practiced by some religions?

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Posted 05 October 2018 - 06:26 PM

Maybe it's part physical and part psychological and the cause is societal?


i.e. the act of self control/moderation before you eat could be more beneficial to you than the actual/moderated amount that you eat when you do finally eat.


Over the past 6 months I have been unfortunate enough to be in the position to observe an un medicated clinically diagnosed bipolar type 1, the most selfish and dishonest/deceptive person I have ever encountered in my entire life. Given 1 months supply of food and supplies it would all be gone/discarded/wasted in the first 3 days and they'd be stealing from others who have less than them. 


I have genuine concerns for people who are victims of circumstances beyond their control but I am not stupid and will not put up with people who only tell the truth 1/3 of the time at best and who are their own worst enemies. 

Edited by LaurieAG, 05 October 2018 - 06:30 PM.