More Appetite Suppressant Nonsense: Oatzempic Challenge

The growing stupidity of the human race never disappoints. Recently, the government- and Big Pharma shills at Healthline published an article reviewing the “Oatzempic Challenge,” something that allegedly went viral among retarded users of CIA’s “Chinese” spy platform known as TikTok, mostly used by gullible teenagers and young adults still wearing diapers.

Here’s the summary by Healthline to get us going:

  • TikTok users are claiming that they are losing weight by drinking Oatzempic.
  • They say the drink can help people lose up to 40 pounds in two months.
  • Experts say the blend of oats, water, and lime juice is safe and can help you feel fuller.
  • However, people with diabetes should exercise caution.
  • The effects provided by Oatzempic are not on par with Ozempic.

In other words, we had a little Freemasonic CIA plant pretending to be a TikTok user posting a video riding on the reckless trend of the extremely dangerous Ozempic drug to get gullible idiots, who do not want to use Ozempic, to instead try something almost as idiotic and thus hurt themselves. And by calling it a “challenge” they trigger the useful idiots to be part of it and try it.

This goes hand-in-hand with yesterday’s article about “natural” solutions to curb your appetite during a diet – the usual backwards thinking of dumbed down people. As explained, hunger and cravings are signals from the body that you are deficient in nutrients, that you are malnourished, that your current diet is lacking in one or several essential nutrients.

If you are nourished, you should be able to go several days without food, and even water, without feeling hungry, getting cravings, or even feeling empty. That is true health, that is a true sign of being fully nourished and having a fully functional fat metabolism. If not, humans would have died out long ago, as nature does not have shelves with food in each and every corner.

So, the only way to stop getting hungry or experiencing cravings is by consuming food that are bioavailable, food that have nutrients that we as humans actually can absorb and use. And since humans are obligate hyper carnivores, we can only get those nutrients from animal foods, as in meat, organ meats, animal fat, and the produce of animals, such as eggs and dairy. Also note that any kind of plant-based food contains antinutrients that rob you of minerals, they contain fiber that also block minerals and protein from being absorbed while damaging your intestines, and a lot of highly toxic and damaging defense chemicals that causes acute poisoning when ingested.
So, the less animal-based food you consume, and the more plant-based crap you put in your pie hole, the greater the likelihood that you are severely malnourished and also very toxic, as in very poor health.

Healthline, being the shills that they are, does not really condemn this foolish idea of blending the very toxic slave garbage known as ‘oats’ with very toxic lime juice, instead they try to appeal to both sides, those wanting a simple unexpensive way to curb appetite while stroking the hairs of those advocating maiming drugs and slow-paced starvation diets to achieve the same result.

And of course, people will fall for this as they do not understand that hunger and cravings are a symptom of a serious problem – that of nutrient deficiencies. You do not fix a problem by blunting the symptom, as in ignoring it by removing the sensation. You fix the problem by identifying the cause and then do something about it, as in this case, nourish yourself with proper species-appropriate food.

Now, for new readers and those not familiar with the toxicity and dangers of plant-based foods, lets look at “oatzempic,” which is simply oats with lime juice.

Oatzempic – Oats and Lime Juice

The idea is to dump 1/2 cup oats, 1 cup water, and the juice of 1/2 lime into a blender, and then gulp down that vile tasting crap. The retarded theory is that the fiber in the oats and the citric acid in the lime juice will work as subtle appetite suppressants, which then will keep you from eating excess “calories” throughout the day.
Yep, backwards thinking. And for fun, let’s examine these ‘ingredients’ and what they actually will do to your body.

Oats, a grain, as popularized in the ultimate slave food ‘oatmeal,’ is generally though to be a sustainable food used by many gullible idiots all over the world. Personally, like many others, I instinctively hated it, and with good reason.
Oats are full of fiber, phytic acid, oxalates, tannins, lectins, and avenin.

Fiber is something that is very damaging to humans, as we are not meant to consume any plant-matter at all. It will interfere and bind with all macronutrients, making a part of them undigestible, all while damaging the gut lining.

Phytic acid is an antinutrient that work as a chelator and prevents the absorption of many minerals including zinc, magnesium, iron, and calcium. While ruminant animals have special bacteria in their gut that can break down some antinutrients like phytic acid, humans do not.

Oxalates, as in oxalic acid, is an antinutrient chemical that is actually lethal in high doses (sheep has died from consuming kale, and people has died from kale, spinach, and broccoli smoothies.) Oxalates bind with calcium and form sharp crystals that can accumulate in different parts of the body, especially in joints and in the kidney, forming kidney stones, and also in the eyes, causing cataract and blurred vision. Oxalates also binds to potassium, sodium, and magnesium – rendering them useless to our body.

Tannins, like phytic acid and phytates, binds to some minerals, to protein and enzymes used to digest proteins, rendering some of the protein useless in the meal while also interfering with your ability to digest and absorb the protein.

Lectins are carbohydrate-binding proteins found in plants that are used as a protective mechanism, especially against fungi and insects. Lectins break down certain parts of the digestive tract and put holes in the gut lining which creates leaky gut.

And finally, Avenin is a plant-protein similar to gluten that will damage our intestinal lining.

In other words, oats will block most minerals, lower your ability to absorb protein, and damage your gut lining. Not really something I would want to put into my body. And on top of that, it contains a ton of extremely toxic carbohydrates, something that increases blood glucose in a most unnatural way and has to be dealt with immediately, or we would die.

As for lime juice, it’s simply sugar with “antioxidants,” as in defence chemicals, that will really hurt your body and damage your cells. As it is extremely toxic, it will increase the secretion of digestive juices, bile, and acids as our body will try to eliminate the threat. Combining that with oats, which need a higher pH to be digested is very retarded. But sure, it will blunt hunger for a while as gastric emptying will be very slow, and your body will be in a state of emergency from poisoning for a long time.

Again, backwards thinking, going about the “problem” of hunger by attacking the symptoms instead of fixing the cause, that of nutrient deficiencies.

Now, if you need, or want to lose fat weight, the only safe way, and also the simplest and most effective way, is to transition to our natural species-appropriate way of eating, as in being fully carnivore.
Relying on our natural species-appropriate foods will guarantee that you are fully nourished. It will upregulate your metabolism and hormones, and you will lose a lot of fat without even having to think about doing a “diet.”
If that is not enough, you can simply fast for two or three days a week, while eating as much animal fat and animal protein as you want on the other days of the week. That will cause a fat loss greater than any other kind of diet, all while keeping you nourished. I have covered this and more in my fat loss articles.

And if you still need help or want some guidance with health issues, fat loss, and/or transitioning from your current way of eating to our natural species-appropriate, species-specific way of eating, I’m available for both coaching and consultation.

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