KC Craichy’s SuperHealth Podcast: What’s On Your Never Eat List?

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Posted on 21st October 2013 by admin in Super Health |SuperHealth Podcasts

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We’ve been blessed with a variety of foods for three key purposes: for fuel, for building blocks, and also, for enjoyment! Your journey to Super Health is quickened up by regularly consuming foods that meet all three criteria, while avoiding dietary pitfalls that we’ll discuss in today’s episode of LivingFuelTV with KC Craichy. You’ll learn foods that are dietary staples and readily available in modern society that should be on your and your family’s “Never Eat” list. Knowledge is power! Before you click on the graphic below to watch, consider the words of the ancient prophet Isaiah:

Why spend your money on food that does not give you strength?
Why pay for food that does you no good?
Listen to me, and you will eat what is good.
You will enjoy the finest food.

Isaiah 55:2 NLT

[Audio Transcription]

Welcome to Living Fuel TV, this is KC Craichy.

Baseball, hotdogs, and apple pie. We know the American pastime of watching baseball, but hot dogs and apple pie? Well, people think about hot dogs and apple pie, which one is more healthy? Well, to be truthful, apple pie is more healthy. Why do I say that? Because you don’t eat apple pie all the time. You have it as a treat now and then or at Thanksgiving or at Easter or Christmas. Apple pie is a dessert and hot dog is a staple in this nation. So, we’re going to talk about hot dogs and sausages and the like.

Now, I know it’s probably in your family because it is in most families but you’re a Ridicule TV watcher so maybe you’ve already gotten it out of your life. But hot dogs and even the deli meats you buy that are prepackaged if you make sandwiches out of them for your kids and send them to school. These things have so many toxins in them that it would absolutely scare you.

Now, most of these things have parts of the animals that you do not want to be eating, that you would not choose to be eating. In fact, the old adage “you wouldn’t eat the sausage if you saw how they make it.” Well, maybe we should take a little look at how they make it. Do you know there’s a certain amount of rodent hair that’s allowed into hot dogs, sausages, and that sort of thing by law because you can’t get it all out of there? Hot dogs and these sort of things, sausages, have been shown these processed meats have been shown to increase cancer rates dramatically.

Folks, why are we eating this stuff? Is it so good that you’re willing to give your life for it? I don’t think so! You look at things that are just like baffle me, like the feds raiding raw milk farms and shutting them down and pouring out thousands of dollars worth of milk on the ground when people are allowed to eat these meats and these processed meats which clearly cause disease. There’s not a label on them saying “eating this is going to cause sickness” like it is on alcohol or cigarettes. There should be a label on these products. They are detrimental to your health.

Folks, you have to have a never eat list. What is on your never eat list? And some people say, “Well I just got to have my hot dogs or I just got to have my sausage.” Folks, some things are worth dying for and you have to choose which one these are. So, the USDA has admitted that no one has died from drinking raw milk in the last decade. Zero. So now we pasteurize, homogenize all of our milk supply and then we raid the farmers and call them criminals who are making raw milk and selling it to people that want to have it.

Don’t we think that we ought to have maybe a labeling system? This kind of food could potentially cause disease or have bacteria in it? If we’re going to do that, we need to go back to the grocery aisles and walk in the grocery store and start pointing our fingers. Recently, I went in the grocery store and I just marvel. I go in a lot, but I don’t generally stop and look at things, I walk right past. You know, you got to shop around the outside, the peripheral of the store to get healthy foods. In the middle is that boxed and high fructose corn syrup and hydrogenated oils. It’s scary how you can go down an entire row and then another row in the grocery store and not find a single thing that is good for you or even OK.

So, the point today is really think about what you’re putting into your mouth. If it will kill you, you probably ought not eat it.

God bless you and have a great day.

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