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You know all those beer commercials that convince young people that drinking beer makes you a macho man? So untrue. According to raw food expert Daniel Vitalis, beer used to be a health drink. People made beer out of different fermenting plants. It was only recently there was a “beer purity act” which some Protestant christians pushed to mandate the adding of HOPS to instead make beer a population depressing product… to make the beer drinkers docile. Hops has lots of estrogen in it… bad stuff.
Check out this quotation from http://www.solport.com/roundtable/archives/001150.php all in the spirit of fun:
Scientists have recently found evidence that estrogen is present in some of the foods we consume. …red clover, yucca, hops and motherwort demonstrated significantly higher growth than control, indicating possible estrogenic effects.
Hop is one of the four key ingredients in beer. Thus, if estrogen is present in hops, it will be present in beer unless the distilling process manages to eliminate it. If estrogen is present in beer, males who imbibe beer may start displaying feminine characteristics.
To test this theory, 100 men were provided with nine 12 ounce cans of beer within one hour. It was then observed that 100% of the subjects:
talked excessively without making sense
became overly emotional
could not drive very well
failed to think rationally
argued over nothing
had to sit down to urinate
No further testing was considered necessary. Male beer drinkers should take a concerned look at their beer consumption.
Good thing I was never a beer drinker. My theory is that people who are challenged in the looks department need beer to make things happen. Or is it that beer and other vices today sabotage people’s beauty? I have observed that the raw foodist communities are filled with beautiful men and women. Does raw foodism attract beautiful people or do people become beautiful when they follow nature’s food specifications?