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Could it be true? (A conspiracy theory in the making . . .)

13 May

We all know that business is about making money. ALWAYS. Someone somewhere is making money. Small amounts, big amounts, some amounts. They’re in it for the money, no matter what they say.

My theory thus:

Since “banting”/LCHF is helping a lot of people lose weight and return to a healthy state of life (and thus dropping a lot of prescribed medicine), would “industry” be the ones trying to divert people back to their old lifestyles and prescription medicine?

“Industry” being pharmaceutical companies/manufacturers, slimming product companies, dieticians, cardiovascular surgeons and gastroenterologists, pharmacies and slimming clinics, grain farmers and grain product manufacturers, sugar farmers and sugar product manufacturers, etc.

Are they all trying to be Orwell’s Big Brother and keep everyone under control? Hooked to carbs and sugars?

“The Party “seeks power entirely for its own sake. We are not interested in the good of others; we are interested solely in power.”

Quote from 1984 Orwell

 

Is this what Tim Noakes is fighting? Industry scared of losing millions and millions of bucks in consultation fees and products getting old on the shelves? Because people are moving back to natural and healthy and less chemical?

Could all this be true? Could this be a conspiracy? Slamming Tim Noakes to scare people off? The world is much, much bigger than we think and there’s lots going on that we, the small people, do not know about.

Luckily, we think for ourselves. Thank goodness for guys like Gary Watson and all the people administrating the “banting” and LCHF Facebook-groups who strive to educate.

Butternut

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1 Comment

Posted by on May 13, 2015 in Ramblings

 

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One response to “Could it be true? (A conspiracy theory in the making . . .)

  1. kayj317

    April 28, 2016 at 7:23 pm

    Definately! They are running scared as they contemplate lost revenue.

     

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