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Old March 28th, 2010, 11:20 PM posted to sci.med.nutrition,sci.life-extension,alt.support.diabetes,alt.support.diet,alt.support.diet.low-carb
GreenXenon
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Default Healthiest Diet Possible

Hi:

Please join my yahoo health group: http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group...Food_Possible/

I’m currently thinking of a hypothetical diet product that is vegan-
friendly and has all the nutrients of vegetables, fruits, herbs,
algae, seaweed, mushrooms and other non-animal organisms that are
necessary/beneficial for human health. It also contains beneficial and
essential microbes [such as probiotics]. All the aforementioned are in
amounts optimum for human health.

This product is completely organic and free of any pesticides,
synthetic ethylene and other man-made substances that compromise the
health of organisms and their human consumers. In addition, no
organisms used in the product are genetically-engineered. Equally
important is the soil and other conditions used to grow these
organisms is healthy, organic, and free of pollutants.

This product may be extremely healthy to live off of. However, it will
likely taste bad. To make this product consumable, oral equipment is
included. This apparatus includes a mouth piece – made of health-
friendly, eco-friendly material – that will coat the tongue, teeth,
gums, and pretty much the entire mouth of the consumer to protect him/
her from perceiving the noxious flavors. The mouth piece is firm
enough to maintain its shape yet soft enough to be comfortable to the
consumer. The part of the device covering the tongue is thin and
especially soft, so that the consumer can feel the presence of the
drink in his/her mouth and safely swallow the beverage without it
entering the windpipe. This is necessary because the process of
peristalsis and the epiglottal protection of the windpipe start from
the back of the tongue.

Prior to the making of this product, all proteins & fats are pre-
digested completely, and the following substances are completely
removed from the organisms:

1. Any carbohydrate that raises blood sugar. These carbohydrates are
bad for induction. Fermentable fibers [such as inulin] are not removed
at all as they don’t count as net carbs and actually benefit health
during induction and otherwise. Simple sugars and digestible starches
are completely removed. Non-fermentable fibers [such as cellulose] are
also completely removed as they don’t offer much benefit other than to
add bulk to the stools. Non-fermentable carbohydrates not classified
as fibers are also removed completely.
2. Unhealthy amino acids
3. Glycerol [which is unnecessary calories and can be produced by the
body]
4. Saturated fatty acids [which contribute to atherosclerosis]
5. Trans fatty acids [which are far worse for health than saturated
fatty acids]
6. Any other substance that is known not to be beneficial to – or
necessary for – health.

All organisms used in this product – excluding tomatoes – are raw.
Tomatoes are boiled to bring out the lycopenes.

To make the product healthier, bad minerals [such as lead and
thallium] are completely removed [assuming any of them happen to
somehow be in the organisms]. To decrease blood pressure, sodium and
chloride are decreased [but not completely removed]. The sodium is
decreased as much as can be without leading to symptoms of sodium
deficiency. The chloride is decreased as much as possible without
causing any serious symptoms of chloride deficiency – the consumer
should still be able to safely perform tasks taken for granted – such
as driving or operating machinery. The decrease in chloride will help
balance out the acidity caused by ketosis. To help prevent kidney
stones during ketosis, extra potassium ions are added to the product.
The potassium is also alkaline and will further assist the body in
keeping itself non-acidic during ketosis. In addition, the extra
potassium is added because the body responds to chlorine deficiency by
making the kidney excrete potassium. So more potassium must be
consumed to make up for this loss.

The product has drinking water added to it to make it easier to drink.

This product is in small health-friendly, eco-friendly bottles. Five
bottles per day should be consumed. The bottles are in a package and
are of different sizes. The biggest bottle should be consumed in the
morning. The smallest should be consumed in the evening. In between,
are bottles of different sizes. Earlier in the day, the bigger bottles
should be consumed and as the day progresses the smaller bottles
should be consumed. This routine follows the saying “eat breakfast
link a king, lunch like a prince, and dinner like a pauper” – except
the food is divided into 5 smaller meals instead of 3 bigger meals.
This is an extra benefit to diabetes patients who are following this
hypothetical diet.

It is important to understand that this product will initially not
satiate it’s users. However, once ketosis kicks in, appetite will
decrease and consumers will no longer feel the urge to eat.

To summarize, the organisms in the product are chopped to the
molecular level. Second, the proteins/fats are pre-digested all the
way down to their monomers [amino acids in the case of proteins, fatty
acids & glycerol in the case of fats]. Third, the undesirable
substances are removed. Finally, good microbes, potassium ions, and
drinking water are added.

There still will be fat in this product, it's just that they will be
broken down to fatty acids [and the glycerol portions removed] prior
to bottling. Many fatty acids are necessary and/or beneficial for
health. They also assist in the absorption of fat-soluble vitamins.

If this product did exist it would greatly benefit obese patients. I
just wish someone would start a company, get the company to make this
theoretical product, and sell it to the general public at a reasonable
price.

What would happen to me if I spent a year on a diet using only this
product and in the manner I described [5 bottles a day, first bottle
biggest, next bottles getting progressively smaller, the last bottle
smallest]? Anything unhealthy? I doubt it.

If only this product existed and was affordable, I’d have no problem
living solely off it.


Regards,

Green Xenon
  #2  
Old March 28th, 2010, 11:45 PM posted to sci.med.nutrition,sci.life-extension,alt.support.diabetes,alt.support.diet,alt.support.diet.low-carb
GreenXenon
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Default Healthiest Diet Possible

On Mar 28, 3:20*pm, GreenXenon wrote:
Hi:

Please join my yahoo health group:http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group...Food_Possible/

I’m currently thinking of a hypothetical diet product that is vegan-
friendly and has all the nutrients of vegetables, fruits, herbs,
algae, seaweed, mushrooms and other non-animal organisms that are
necessary/beneficial for human health. It also contains beneficial and
essential microbes [such as probiotics]. All the aforementioned are in
amounts optimum for human health.

This product is completely organic and free of any pesticides,
synthetic ethylene and other man-made substances that compromise the
health of organisms and their human consumers. In addition, no
organisms used in the product are genetically-engineered. Equally
important is the soil and other conditions used to grow these
organisms is healthy, organic, and free of pollutants.

This product may be extremely healthy to live off of. However, it will
likely taste bad. To make this product consumable, oral equipment is
included. This apparatus includes a mouth piece – made of health-
friendly, eco-friendly material – that will coat the tongue, teeth,
gums, and pretty much the entire mouth of the consumer to protect him/
her from perceiving the noxious flavors. The mouth piece is firm
enough to maintain its shape yet soft enough to be comfortable to the
consumer. The part of the device covering the tongue is thin and
especially soft, so that the consumer can feel the presence of the
drink in his/her mouth and safely swallow the beverage without it
entering the windpipe. This is necessary because the process of
peristalsis and the epiglottal protection of the windpipe start from
the back of the tongue.

Prior to the making of this product, all proteins & fats are pre-
digested completely, and the following substances are completely
removed from the organisms:

1. Any carbohydrate that raises blood sugar. These carbohydrates are
bad for induction. Fermentable fibers [such as inulin] are not removed
at all as they don’t count as net carbs and actually benefit health
during induction and otherwise. Simple sugars and digestible starches
are completely removed. Non-fermentable fibers [such as cellulose] are
also completely removed as they don’t offer much benefit other than to
add bulk to the stools. Non-fermentable carbohydrates not classified
as fibers are also removed completely.
2. Unhealthy amino acids
3. Glycerol [which is unnecessary calories and can be produced by the
body]
4. Saturated fatty acids [which contribute to atherosclerosis]
5. Trans fatty acids [which are far worse for health than saturated
fatty acids]
6. Any other substance that is known not to be beneficial to – or
necessary for – health.

All organisms used in this product – excluding tomatoes – are raw.
Tomatoes are boiled to bring out the lycopenes.

To make the product healthier, bad minerals [such as lead and
thallium] are completely removed [assuming any of them happen to
somehow be in the organisms]. To decrease blood pressure, sodium and
chloride are decreased [but not completely removed]. The sodium is
decreased as much as can be without leading to symptoms of sodium
deficiency. The chloride is decreased as much as possible without
causing any serious symptoms of chloride deficiency – the consumer
should still be able to safely perform tasks taken for granted – such
as driving or operating machinery. The decrease in chloride will help
balance out the acidity caused by ketosis. To help prevent kidney
stones during ketosis, extra potassium ions are added to the product.
The potassium is also alkaline and will further assist the body in
keeping itself non-acidic during ketosis. In addition, the extra
potassium is added because the body responds to chlorine deficiency by
making the kidney excrete potassium. So more potassium must be
consumed to make up for this loss.

The product has drinking water added to it to make it easier to drink.

This product is in small health-friendly, eco-friendly bottles. Five
bottles per day should be consumed. The bottles are in a package and
are of different sizes. The biggest bottle should be consumed in the
morning. The smallest should be consumed in the evening. In between,
are bottles of different sizes. Earlier in the day, the bigger bottles
should be consumed and as the day progresses the smaller bottles
should be consumed. This routine follows the saying “eat breakfast
link a king, lunch like a prince, and dinner like a pauper” – except
the food is divided into 5 smaller meals instead of 3 bigger meals.
This is an extra benefit to diabetes patients who are following this
hypothetical diet.

It is important to understand that this product will initially not
satiate it’s users. However, once ketosis kicks in, appetite will
decrease and consumers will no longer feel the urge to eat.

To summarize, the organisms in the product are chopped to the
molecular level. Second, the proteins/fats are pre-digested all the
way down to their monomers [amino acids in the case of proteins, fatty
acids & glycerol in the case of fats]. Third, the undesirable
substances are removed. Finally, good microbes, potassium ions, and
drinking water are added.

There still will be fat in this product, it's just that they will be
broken down to fatty acids [and the glycerol portions removed] prior
to bottling. Many fatty acids are necessary and/or beneficial for
health. They also assist in the absorption of fat-soluble vitamins.

If this product did exist it would greatly benefit obese patients. I
just wish someone would start a company, get the company to make this
theoretical product, and sell it to the general public at a reasonable
price.

What would happen to me if I spent a year on a diet using only this
product and in the manner I described [5 bottles a day, first bottle
biggest, next bottles getting progressively smaller, the last bottle
smallest]? Anything unhealthy? I doubt it.

If only this product existed and was affordable, I’d have no problem
living solely off it.

Regards,

Green Xenon



Alternatively join http://groups.google.com/group/healt...743b7520?hl=en
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Old March 29th, 2010, 07:08 AM posted to sci.med.nutrition,sci.life-extension,alt.support.diabetes,alt.support.diet,alt.support.diet.low-carb
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Default Healthiest Diet Possible

On Mar 28, 3:20*pm, GreenXenon wrote:
Hi:

Please join my yahoo health group:http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group...Food_Possible/

I’m currently thinking of a hypothetical diet product that is vegan-
friendly and has all the nutrients of vegetables, fruits, herbs,
algae, seaweed, mushrooms and other non-animal organisms that are
necessary/beneficial for human health. It also contains beneficial and
essential microbes [such as probiotics]. All the aforementioned are in
amounts optimum for human health.

This product is completely organic and free of any pesticides,
synthetic ethylene and other man-made substances that compromise the
health of organisms and their human consumers. In addition, no
organisms used in the product are genetically-engineered. Equally
important is the soil and other conditions used to grow these
organisms is healthy, organic, and free of pollutants.

This product may be extremely healthy to live off of. However, it will
likely taste bad. To make this product consumable, oral equipment is
included. This apparatus includes a mouth piece – made of health-
friendly, eco-friendly material – that will coat the tongue, teeth,
gums, and pretty much the entire mouth of the consumer to protect him/
her from perceiving the noxious flavors. The mouth piece is firm
enough to maintain its shape yet soft enough to be comfortable to the
consumer. The part of the device covering the tongue is thin and
especially soft, so that the consumer can feel the presence of the
drink in his/her mouth and safely swallow the beverage without it
entering the windpipe. This is necessary because the process of
peristalsis and the epiglottal protection of the windpipe start from
the back of the tongue.

Prior to the making of this product, all proteins & fats are pre-
digested completely, and the following substances are completely
removed from the organisms:

1. Any carbohydrate that raises blood sugar. These carbohydrates are
bad for induction. Fermentable fibers [such as inulin] are not removed
at all as they don’t count as net carbs and actually benefit health
during induction and otherwise. Simple sugars and digestible starches
are completely removed. Non-fermentable fibers [such as cellulose] are
also completely removed as they don’t offer much benefit other than to
add bulk to the stools. Non-fermentable carbohydrates not classified
as fibers are also removed completely.
2. Unhealthy amino acids
3. Glycerol [which is unnecessary calories and can be produced by the
body]
4. Saturated fatty acids [which contribute to atherosclerosis]
5. Trans fatty acids [which are far worse for health than saturated
fatty acids]
6. Any other substance that is known not to be beneficial to – or
necessary for – health.

All organisms used in this product – excluding tomatoes – are raw.
Tomatoes are boiled to bring out the lycopenes.

To make the product healthier, bad minerals [such as lead and
thallium] are completely removed [assuming any of them happen to
somehow be in the organisms]. To decrease blood pressure, sodium and
chloride are decreased [but not completely removed]. The sodium is
decreased as much as can be without leading to symptoms of sodium
deficiency. The chloride is decreased as much as possible without
causing any serious symptoms of chloride deficiency – the consumer
should still be able to safely perform tasks taken for granted – such
as driving or operating machinery. The decrease in chloride will help
balance out the acidity caused by ketosis. To help prevent kidney
stones during ketosis, extra potassium ions are added to the product.
The potassium is also alkaline and will further assist the body in
keeping itself non-acidic during ketosis. In addition, the extra
potassium is added because the body responds to chlorine deficiency by
making the kidney excrete potassium. So more potassium must be
consumed to make up for this loss.

The product has drinking water added to it to make it easier to drink.

This product is in small health-friendly, eco-friendly bottles. Five
bottles per day should be consumed. The bottles are in a package and
are of different sizes. The biggest bottle should be consumed in the
morning. The smallest should be consumed in the evening. In between,
are bottles of different sizes. Earlier in the day, the bigger bottles
should be consumed and as the day progresses the smaller bottles
should be consumed. This routine follows the saying “eat breakfast
link a king, lunch like a prince, and dinner like a pauper” – except
the food is divided into 5 smaller meals instead of 3 bigger meals.
This is an extra benefit to diabetes patients who are following this
hypothetical diet.

It is important to understand that this product will initially not
satiate it’s users. However, once ketosis kicks in, appetite will
decrease and consumers will no longer feel the urge to eat.

To summarize, the organisms in the product are chopped to the
molecular level. Second, the proteins/fats are pre-digested all the
way down to their monomers [amino acids in the case of proteins, fatty
acids & glycerol in the case of fats]. Third, the undesirable
substances are removed. Finally, good microbes, potassium ions, and
drinking water are added.

There still will be fat in this product, it's just that they will be
broken down to fatty acids [and the glycerol portions removed] prior
to bottling. Many fatty acids are necessary and/or beneficial for
health. They also assist in the absorption of fat-soluble vitamins.

If this product did exist it would greatly benefit obese patients. I
just wish someone would start a company, get the company to make this
theoretical product, and sell it to the general public at a reasonable
price.

What would happen to me if I spent a year on a diet using only this
product and in the manner I described [5 bottles a day, first bottle
biggest, next bottles getting progressively smaller, the last bottle
smallest]? Anything unhealthy? I doubt it.

If only this product existed and was affordable, I’d have no problem
living solely off it.

Regards,

Green Xenon


The only way this would be a healthy diet would be if
one can eat vegans. Goats, sheep, and cattle are
pretty good vegans if they are permitted to by humans.

Is the bottle glass or plastic? If it is plastic we have
another issue.

Moreover turning your diet into liquid may not be
such a good thing as this would raise the glycemic
index and spike the levels of other nutrients as well
in the bloodstream.

Radon is invisible.................................Trig
  #4  
Old March 30th, 2010, 04:59 AM posted to sci.med.nutrition,sci.life-extension,alt.support.diabetes,alt.support.diet,alt.support.diet.low-carb
Ron Peterson
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Default Healthiest Diet Possible

On Mar 28, 5:20*pm, GreenXenon wrote:

2. Unhealthy amino acids


What are the unhealthy amino acids?

--
Ron
  #5  
Old March 31st, 2010, 01:06 AM posted to sci.med.nutrition,sci.life-extension,alt.support.diabetes,alt.support.diet,alt.support.diet.low-carb
GreenXenon
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Default Healthiest Diet Possible

On Mar 28, 11:08*pm, |"
wrote:


Is the bottle glass or plastic? If it is plastic we have
another issue.



Probably glass or [preferably] some lightweight, eco-friendly
material.


*Moreover turning your diet into liquid may not be
such a good thing as this would raise the glycemic
index and spike the levels of other nutrients as well
in the bloodstream.



The product has all glycemic carbs removed, so consumption will not
raise blood sugar at all to any extent.
  #6  
Old March 31st, 2010, 02:01 PM posted to sci.med.nutrition,sci.life-extension,alt.support.diabetes,alt.support.diet,alt.support.diet.low-carb
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Default Healthiest Diet Possible

On Mar 28, 6:20*pm, GreenXenon wrote:
Hi:

Please join my yahoo health group:http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group...Food_Possible/

I’m currently thinking of a hypothetical diet product that is vegan-
friendly and has all the nutrients of vegetables, fruits, herbs,
algae, seaweed, mushrooms and other non-animal organisms that are
necessary/beneficial for human health. It also contains beneficial and
essential microbes [such as probiotics]. All the aforementioned are in
amounts optimum for human health.

This product is completely organic and free of any pesticides,
synthetic ethylene and other man-made substances that compromise the
health of organisms and their human consumers. In addition, no
organisms used in the product are genetically-engineered. Equally
important is the soil and other conditions used to grow these
organisms is healthy, organic, and free of pollutants.

This product may be extremely healthy to live off of. However, it will
likely taste bad. To make this product consumable, oral equipment is
included. This apparatus includes a mouth piece – made of health-
friendly, eco-friendly material – that will coat the tongue, teeth,
gums, and pretty much the entire mouth of the consumer to protect him/
her from perceiving the noxious flavors. The mouth piece is firm
enough to maintain its shape yet soft enough to be comfortable to the
consumer. The part of the device covering the tongue is thin and
especially soft, so that the consumer can feel the presence of the
drink in his/her mouth and safely swallow the beverage without it
entering the windpipe. This is necessary because the process of
peristalsis and the epiglottal protection of the windpipe start from
the back of the tongue.

Prior to the making of this product, all proteins & fats are pre-
digested completely, and the following substances are completely
removed from the organisms:

1. Any carbohydrate that raises blood sugar. These carbohydrates are
bad for induction. Fermentable fibers [such as inulin] are not removed
at all as they don’t count as net carbs and actually benefit health
during induction and otherwise. Simple sugars and digestible starches
are completely removed. Non-fermentable fibers [such as cellulose] are
also completely removed as they don’t offer much benefit other than to
add bulk to the stools. Non-fermentable carbohydrates not classified
as fibers are also removed completely.
2. Unhealthy amino acids
3. Glycerol [which is unnecessary calories and can be produced by the
body]
4. Saturated fatty acids [which contribute to atherosclerosis]
5. Trans fatty acids [which are far worse for health than saturated
fatty acids]
6. Any other substance that is known not to be beneficial to – or
necessary for – health.

All organisms used in this product – excluding tomatoes – are raw.
Tomatoes are boiled to bring out the lycopenes.

To make the product healthier, bad minerals [such as lead and
thallium] are completely removed [assuming any of them happen to
somehow be in the organisms]. To decrease blood pressure, sodium and
chloride are decreased [but not completely removed]. The sodium is
decreased as much as can be without leading to symptoms of sodium
deficiency. The chloride is decreased as much as possible without
causing any serious symptoms of chloride deficiency – the consumer
should still be able to safely perform tasks taken for granted – such
as driving or operating machinery. The decrease in chloride will help
balance out the acidity caused by ketosis. To help prevent kidney
stones during ketosis, extra potassium ions are added to the product.
The potassium is also alkaline and will further assist the body in
keeping itself non-acidic during ketosis. In addition, the extra
potassium is added because the body responds to chlorine deficiency by
making the kidney excrete potassium. So more potassium must be
consumed to make up for this loss.

The product has drinking water added to it to make it easier to drink.

This product is in small health-friendly, eco-friendly bottles. Five
bottles per day should be consumed. The bottles are in a package and
are of different sizes. The biggest bottle should be consumed in the
morning. The smallest should be consumed in the evening. In between,
are bottles of different sizes. Earlier in the day, the bigger bottles
should be consumed and as the day progresses the smaller bottles
should be consumed. This routine follows the saying “eat breakfast
link a king, lunch like a prince, and dinner like a pauper” – except
the food is divided into 5 smaller meals instead of 3 bigger meals.
This is an extra benefit to diabetes patients who are following this
hypothetical diet.

It is important to understand that this product will initially not
satiate it’s users. However, once ketosis kicks in, appetite will
decrease and consumers will no longer feel the urge to eat.

To summarize, the organisms in the product are chopped to the
molecular level. Second, the proteins/fats are pre-digested all the
way down to their monomers [amino acids in the case of proteins, fatty
acids & glycerol in the case of fats]. Third, the undesirable
substances are removed. Finally, good microbes, potassium ions, and
drinking water are added.

There still will be fat in this product, it's just that they will be
broken down to fatty acids [and the glycerol portions removed] prior
to bottling. Many fatty acids are necessary and/or beneficial for
health. They also assist in the absorption of fat-soluble vitamins.

If this product did exist it would greatly benefit obese patients.



No it wouldn't because no one would buy it, especially obese people.



I
just wish someone would start a company, get the company to make this
theoretical product, and sell it to the general public at a reasonable
price.


Since you think it's such a good idea, no one is stopping you from
starting the company.





What would happen to me if I spent a year on a diet using only this
product and in the manner I described [5 bottles a day, first bottle
biggest, next bottles getting progressively smaller, the last bottle
smallest]? Anything unhealthy? I doubt it.

If only this product existed and was affordable, I’d have no problem
living solely off it.

Regards,

Green Xenon


  #7  
Old March 31st, 2010, 06:48 PM posted to sci.med.nutrition,sci.life-extension,alt.support.diabetes,alt.support.diet,alt.support.diet.low-carb
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Default Healthiest Diet Possible

On Mar 31, 6:01*am, "
wrote:


Since you think it's such a good idea, no one is stopping you from
starting the company.



Only a multi-millionaire can start such a company. I don't fit the
category.
  #8  
Old March 31st, 2010, 07:35 PM posted to sci.med.nutrition,sci.life-extension,alt.support.diabetes,alt.support.diet,alt.support.diet.low-carb
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Default Healthiest Diet Possible

On 3/31/2010 12:48 PM, GreenXenon wrote:
On Mar 31, 6:01 am,
wrote:


Since you think it's such a good idea, no one is stopping you from
starting the company.



Only a multi-millionaire can start such a company. I don't fit the
category.


Bill Gates started with nothing but cleverness and a good idea. Apple
computers started with nothing but cleverness and a good idea. Janet
Long started with nothing but cleverness and a good idea. If you have
a good idea and cleverness you to can create a similar success, if
you have faith in your idea. Any idea, no matter how good it is, without
cleverness, is doomed to failure.

I am, frankly, weary with people who claim to have a great idea and
then expect others to bring their idea to fruition. Usually their
idea sucks. Can you prove that yours doesn't?
  #9  
Old April 1st, 2010, 12:38 AM posted to sci.med.nutrition,sci.life-extension,alt.support.diabetes,alt.support.diet,alt.support.diet.low-carb
GreenXenon
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Default Healthiest Diet Possible

On Mar 31, 11:35*am, sometimers
wrote:

Bill Gates started with nothing but cleverness and a good idea. Apple
computers started with nothing but cleverness and a good idea. Janet
Long started with nothing but cleverness and a good idea. If you have
a good idea and cleverness you to can create a similar success, if
you have faith in your idea. Any idea, no matter how good it is, without
cleverness, is doomed to failure.



How do I add cleverness to my idea?



I am, frankly, weary with people who claim to have a great idea and
then expect others to bring their idea to fruition. Usually their
idea sucks. Can you prove that yours doesn't?



What about my idea sucks? It would provide all nutrients necessary to
live the longest and most healthy life possible.
  #10  
Old April 1st, 2010, 02:27 AM posted to sci.med.nutrition,sci.life-extension,alt.support.diabetes,alt.support.diet,alt.support.diet.low-carb
sometimers
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On 3/31/2010 6:38 PM, GreenXenon wrote:
On Mar 31, 11:35 am,
wrote:

Bill Gates started with nothing but cleverness and a good idea. Apple
computers started with nothing but cleverness and a good idea. Janet
Long started with nothing but cleverness and a good idea. If you have
a good idea and cleverness you to can create a similar success, if
you have faith in your idea. Any idea, no matter how good it is, without
cleverness, is doomed to failure.



How do I add cleverness to my idea?



If you have to ask......




I am, frankly, weary with people who claim to have a great idea and
then expect others to bring their idea to fruition. Usually their
idea sucks. Can you prove that yours doesn't?



What about my idea sucks? It would provide all nutrients necessary to
live the longest and most healthy life possible.


I didn't say you idea was good or bad. If you have a good idea you
should be able to sell it yourself or find someone who will believe
in it as much as you do.

Example is in the TV commercial about a fellow who wants to import
ice from foreign countries. Investor has a pin that pricks that
balloon when he says, "Why can't people simply freeze their
imported water?"

Where it comes to such severely processed food stuff you might want
to watch a movie called "Soylent Green" before you trek down that
particular path.
 




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