Man Drinks A Gallon Of Vegetable Oil

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  1. 2thecloudsabove

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    Looks he doesn't give a sh*t about Peats teachings and drinks a gallon of cheap generic vegetable oil straightaway. His body doesn't seem to like the stuff much and forces it to be expulsed, but then the guy strikes back and pushes by drinking more... definitely his body is more intelligent than him.



    Darwin, wake the f*ck up!!!
     
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    Peat needs to see this, and I need to see his reaction.
     
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    The internet was a mistake.

    Nice hairline though. Does he have a health blog?
     
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    Instant diabetes.
     
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    There's 2,095 grams of PUFA in one gallon of soybean oil.
     
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    Remember PUFA is only dangerous if stored. The guy will be probably use it all for energy, just looking in his eyes it is obvious just his brain alone needs at least 2 gallons worth if calories per day.
     
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    Mmmm the good stuff
     
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    All he needs is to add some cottage cheese and that's the Budwig mix, lol.
     
  10. schultz

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    wow that's like over 3 years of PUFA for me...

    This is quite off topic, but this is one of the reasons I find socialized health care irritating. People are so idiotic and consciously destroy their own health (excessive drinking, drugs, fast food, etc.) and I'm supposed to help pay for their medical bills when they get sick? (I'm okay with emergency stuff, like if someone gets in a car accident, or even kids in general who are sick)
     
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    That dude must enjoy purging. I'm questioning humanity now. We got kids eating tide pods and grown ass adults downing vegetable oil.
     
  13. Kunder

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    The guy is from Bronx, so what socialized health care are you talking about?

    And so this dumb moron is the reason why all people who get cancer should refinance their homes to pay for treatment or die without it like dirty stray dogs?

    Doesn’t socialized military bother you? You’re paying billions for warships and warplanes whose sole purpose is to protect South Koreans and Kuwaities? That doesn’t bother you?

    What about socialized police? They serve and protect even people who pay no taxes. And probably serve disproportionately the rich, who ironically often pay less taxes than Joe Sixpack.

    How about socialized primary education? I mean those kids learn for free!

    You pay without consent for zillions of things you don’t get to use or have any benefit from. Why is it such a blasphemy in the US to even suggest one would have to chip in for someone else’s health treatment. It is just utterly mind boggling and outright ludicrous.
     
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  15. Kunder

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    That is great but I only trust statistics that I falsify myself.

    But seriously now, that chart is a joke. It only shows how ridiculously expensive and costly health care is in the US. Splitting it by capita is just an insulting joke because a huge part of the populus has no or limited access to it. Which makes it that much more ridiculous, as the actual amount per person who uses it is even more astronomical. I’m anything but socialist, but that is a very sick system.
     
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    Are you deliberately trying to raise my cortisol with that footage?
     
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    If he wants to balance out those PUFAs, he's going to need a lot of bottles of Tocovit.
     
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    He will absorb only a tiny fraction of it. The bile to oil ratio is just too small.
    It's basically just acting as an unpleasant laxative.

    Eating every day at kfc for a week is probably worse.
     
  19. schultz

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    I'm Canadian

    In a perfect world, a lot of those things could probably be cut substantially. The government sucks at everything, as Ben Shapiro always says. They waste a lot of money, that's for sure. They could definitely lean out the system, and a lot of people would be happy with lower taxes.

    It's not unreasonable to discuss. I didn't say I wanted to entirely get rid of the system in my country, I just thought either some cuts could be made as to coverage and/or a 2 tier system should be more encouraged as it would reduce the strain on the system (not sure what the rules are on that currently). I am thankful for the system though, it's just a bit irritating to see people treating their bodies like trash and then expecting to be taken care of later in life like they are owed it. How about we all try to be healthy and put less strain on the system? And maybe don't visit your GP every other week for something like a cough?

    I lived in the States for a few years and while I was there my wife miscarried. We went to the hospital, and were only there for 2 hours tops with a single 10 min follow-up appointment. The bill was insane, like $3000-$4000. I can definitely sympathize with Americans who have no insurance and need emergency treatment. It would be nice if your country at least covered pregnancy. Midwives are covered by our system and I am very thankful for that!

    Good point. That bathroom trip would be quite the adventure.
     
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    Very good points. In the U.S. at least, it would have many on SSRIs (why not if it feels good?)

    In the 1930s, Revolutionary Catalonia eliminated a monetary system, paid with labor hours and distributed all commodities equally, and everyone wanted to smoke cigarettes, but they didn't have enough.

    It's probably related to suicide. Those who take unreasonable risks often have a borderline personality disorder (BPD) or some similar neurosis.
     
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