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factdigger [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0


Most up-to-date bioavailable nutrition density score calculation of typical human food groups based on the most critically required human nutrients.

Please note that the top of the list items are also the most nutrient dense in terms of high DIAAs essential amino acids, essential fatty acids, other vitamins and trace minerals.

70-80% of the calories a typical American consumes comes from :

  1. added sugar (HFCS, etc)
  2. industrial processed seed oils
  3. industrial GMO grain flour

aka prepackaged industrial "food like" convenience items, providing with lots of calories, but very little of required essential nutrition, keeping one in a perpetual state of hunger (body wants more nutrition) and calorie overconsumption (too much sugar is coming in for the body to process properly).

This is also a great tool for:

  • addicting people to food and eating, keeping them psychologically in an infantile like of state of need and hunger
  • making people lifetime users of pharmaceutical interventions to fix their diet/lifestyle stupidity
  • enabling total wage slavery
  • making people intellectually and in terms of attention span akin to fruit flies
  • making them infertile and die sooner

= useful , expendable slaves.

Your first priority, your highest wealth should be your health. If you don't have that, then your mind, your body, your goals, your destiny and your life is much more easily controlled by those with a clear mind and a healthy body (and a crooked heart).

KiloRomeo 2 points ago +2 / -0

Why is chicken considered low nutrient density? I've always considered it a powerhouse for protein

BlackDay2020 2 points ago +2 / -0

It probably lacks in one or more of the nutrients they measured: vitamin A, folate, vitamin b12 etc. (see caption). This can be fixed with organ meats even on a meat based diet. There's no other way (for a meat based diet), since nutrients aren't distributed evenly in all tissues, yet all nutrients are needed. Some tissues will have more vitamin A, eyes have more carotenoids, skin has more glycine etc.

The other option is supplements (but supplements won't fix the other issues u/factdigger mentioned like "dysbiosis, bloat, leaky gut, lipopolysaccharide poisoning, immune aggrevation and general health issues" that certain foods can cause in some people).

The third option is to eat plant sources of the required nutrients..