Intelligent Reasoning

Promoting, advancing and defending Intelligent Design via data, logic and Intelligent Reasoning and exposing the alleged theory of evolution as the nonsense it is. I also educate evotards about ID and the alleged theory of evolution one tard at a time and sometimes in groups

Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Lose Weight, Normalize Cholesterol and Eliminate Acid Indigestion!

Lose weight, normalize cholesterol and eliminate acid indigestion!

(Hat tip to Kevin Trudeau- “More Natural “Cures” Revealed”)

1. Start with a body cleansing. “Dual Action Cleanse” will work for those who do not want to opt for a colonic.

2. If you have taken antibiotics you may want to add a Candida cleanse.

3. Drink Acai juice. I drink Acai-Max from the California Academy of Health. 1-2 oz 15 minutes before breakfast and 1-2 OZ before bed.

4. Take digestive enzymes with your meals.

5. Stop eating at 7PM (or least 3 hours before going to bed).

6. Eat a big breakfast. (to burn fat exercise* before eating your first meal)

7. Add hot peppers or organic salsa to all of your food- spice it up to increase your basal body temperature which increases metabolism. Sweat while you eat!

8. Raw organic honey apple cider vinegar- I use George Gershman’s Drink.- 2 oz three times a day, before a meal. (say bye-bye to acid indigestion)

9. Organic raw virgin coconut oil- 1 teaspoon before each meal. You can even add this to your meals in place of butter or vegetable oil.

10. Drink Yerba Mata tea- 3-4 cups a day

* at least ½ hour of sweat-breaking cardio

I dropped 30 lbs and my cholesterol was lowered to 192 (from 257)- within 2 months.


  • At 11:35 PM, Blogger Rich Hughes said…

    Joe, is there any Woo you wont buy?

  • At 9:02 AM, Blogger Joe G said…


    What Kevin says in his books works.

    Of course the FTC is going to attack him- that is also covered in his books- they have to, just to try to save face.

    Again the bottom line is there is no arguing with the results!

    Did you notice that your linked to site didn't show that the products didn't work?

    "In October 1196 I was diagnosed with prostate cancer. The diagnosis was confirmed by biopsy. In October of that year I started following Robert Barefoot's clacium regime. In July 1997 I had another prostate biopsy in which no evidence of malignancy was found. The regime is outlined in the book The Calcium Factor improved my immune system to where the body could heal itself without intrusive measures like surgery, chemotherapy, or radiation."- S. Ross Johnson, retired President of Prudential Insurance Company of America

    I go with what works. YOU can follow the gov't all you want. I know the gov't is run by big business and pharmaceutical companies are big business institutions.

    I am healthier than I have ever been thanks to following Kevin's advice- but it just isn't from Kevin, he just put everything I have already heard in 2 easily referenced books.

    My wife says I look better now than I did 10 years ago when we first met- and she never compliments me.

    You can keep your head in the sand meanwhile I will stay disease free. And yes I have my 5 year old taking some of the things Kevin talks about- the juices- mainly Acai.

    Only a moron would believe government propaganda. Which means evos live by what the gov't sez...

  • At 11:24 AM, Blogger Rich Hughes said…

    Fair enough. I'm am so pleased you're vocal in the ID movement. Keep up the good work - try and get admin rights if you can on UD because this stuff needs to get out, if its true.

  • At 11:58 AM, Blogger Joe G said…

    Whatever dude.

    Kevin gets the word out just fine. I will post just what I have tried and what I know works- for me.

    My heartburn was gone in a month. I used to spend quite a bit on pepcid ac, tums and the like.

    My blood PH is normal- in cancer victims it is almost a given that their blood is on the acid side of the scale.

    2 months, eating what I always have eaten, without taking any medication, my cholesterol dropped 65 points!

    To me Kevin is as he says- just a reporter letting people know there are alternatives to big medicine. He does not force anyone to do what he says.

    Epigenetics dude- what Kevin says is all about epigenetics. You have the power to control your body.

    Why not do it?

  • At 1:29 PM, Blogger Rich Hughes said…

    I think there's less profitble and more effective ways of reporting than books, Joe.

    that being said, well done on your heaath kick.

  • At 3:10 PM, Blogger Joe G said…

    I think there's less profitble and more effective ways of reporting than books, Joe.

    It's funny that you didn't mention any of them.

    But now I understand your position- You are jealous of Kevin. You must also be jealous of the American way- capitalism.

    Kevin did the research, he lives the lifestyle he writes about- IOW he walks the walk so he can talk the talk.

    What next Rich? Why not attack every other author also? Obviously there must be more effective and less profitable ways to get their posints across too.

    And banks and other financial institutions, including big medicine and insurance companies- there has to be a more effective and less profitable way for them to do business.

    Geez Rich, are you a communist?

  • At 4:49 PM, Blogger Rich Hughes said…

    OMG OMG it's like you're telepathic, Joe. How did you know I was a pinko subversive. I am jealous of your capitilsms and such. I would like the benefits myself, but only to mooch from. I'm obviously not going to work but exploit your system.

    oh hang on, Kevin is an author now. He was a reporter before. I'm confused. Are they the same?

  • At 6:02 PM, Blogger Joe G said…

    Wow. OMG is the right phrase.

    I never said anything about you being a pinko subversive.

    However it is obvious you are jealous of Kevin's ability to generate revenue.


    • noun 1 a writer of a book or article. 2 a person who originates a plan or idea.

    • verb be the author of.


    1. somebody who reports news: somebody whose job is to find out facts and use the print or broadcast media to tell people about them

    2. somebody who reports: somebody who makes a report about something that has happened or the results of research or an investigation

    Imagine that! Kevin is both a reporter and an author!

    I take it simple folk like you can't wrap your bitty minds around a concept like that.

    I am still waiting for those "less profitble and more effective ways of reporting than books".

    Oh that's right. You were never going to substantiate what you said. You think it's good enough just to say it.

    Pathetic little imp. What's wrong blipey stopped stroking you so you decided to shit on my blog?

  • At 9:13 PM, Blogger Rich Hughes said…

    less profitble and more effective ways of reporting than books".

    can I has a guess?

    Media cost = low
    Reach = wide.
    Pricepoint to consumer = near zero.

    Supermation infohighways are better than books for news.

  • At 10:19 PM, Blogger Joe G said…

    Why are you guessing?

    I take it that means you don't have any data to support you point of view.

    Internet access is not free unless you go to a library or steal someone's wifi.

    Dialup is cheap but you get a connection which makes research very frustrating.

    Computers are not free, unless you use one at a library.

    At a library you are given very limited time- 1/2 to 1 hour at a pop. And you have to get to one that has internet access.

    Books cost less than a computer. Even less than some ISPs.

    So if one used your method the cost to the consumer is pretty high, unless one wants to frequent a library or become a thief.

    Also he does have a website. Go figure.

    So it all boils down to the fact that you are just jealous of Kevin. For what only you know. I know he is helping people- IOW he is providing a service.

    Providing a service to others is very honorable. Which means you are nothing but a lowlife for attacking him.

    No one has to buy his books. Anyone can put in the time and effort he did and come up with pretty much the same solutions he has published.

    So let's see- Kevin puts in a lot of time and effort to help people. He gets shit on by the government for his efforts. And you want him to do all of that without making a profit.

    Yup you are a lowlife loser, who is as clueless as any pinhead will ever be.

    So you came here just to prove what I already knew? What's the point in that?

    BTW you can also get his books at a library- free of charge to you.

    But say you forked over $60 for 2 books- "Natural Cures" and "More Natural Cures Revealed" (they cost less). If you followed his advice you would end up saving much more than that just within a few years.

    I take it you are also unable to think things through. Knee-jerk reactions will get you nowhere. But I am sure Kevin has a cure for that...

  • At 10:32 PM, Blogger Rich Hughes said…

    You're right Joe. I am jealous of Kevin, because you like him and you don't like me. Thanks for showing me how cost effective books are for spreading information.

    I knew that interwebs was a fad. I suspect a resurgence in print media anytime soon. Plus they're always so current, and piped right to my door for convenience. Go books. Yay!

  • At 9:57 AM, Blogger Joe G said…

    1- I don't know if I like Kevin- I never met him. I do respect the fact that he is providing a service.

    2- I don't know you so I don't know if I like you or not.

    3- I posted some stuff that will help anyone lose weight, control their cholesteral (normalize it) and eliminate acid indigestion- the stuff posted worked for me.

    4- You show up and make a post trying to disparage Kevein- a post that had NOTHING to do with the opening post.

    5- Both computers and ISPs cost money. Put togther they cost more money than the 2 books from Kevin that will help people maintain a healthy lifestyle.

    6. Kevin has a website- meaning he is already on the internet super information highway.

    7. Not everyone has access or wants access to the internet.

    8. Not everyone has a computer in their house.

    IOW Rich you are just talking out of your ass because you thought you had something clever to say but instead got shot down with every one of your posts.

  • At 11:32 AM, Blogger Rich Hughes said…

    have you stopped publishing my comments Joe? That's a shame. Not very intellectually honest.

  • At 1:22 PM, Blogger Joe G said…

    No Rich, I have not stopped publishing your comments.

    Why would I? You don't have much to say and what you do say is easily shot down.

    Perhaps you are the problem. This blog does not accept anonymous comments and you probably just forgot to log in.

    As for intellectual honesty- LoL!!!

    Your first post in this thread proves you don't have any as it had NOTHING to do with my opening post.

    Did I say anything about coral calcium in my OP? No.

    Did I say anything about the other product? No.

    So by all means post away and I will publish those posts when I get to it- usually within day depending on my schedule.

  • At 2:42 PM, Blogger Rich Hughes said…

    Okay Joe - I posted one and it didn't go through before, but perhaps that was a glitch. I'm just used to heavy censorship on creationist websites. Apologies for taring you with that brush.

    I'm excited about books being better media for news than the Internet. I thought that the interwebs were taking readership away from newspapers which would seem also be a better vehicle for reporting than books. Tv and radio also seem better, now I think of it.

    Is a library like a big newspaper. Should I go in once a day to stay current?

  • At 4:12 PM, Blogger Joe G said…


    What is wrong with you? You have serious issues and should seek help.

    Try to focus on the OP and the OP only.

    You do provide evidence as to why Creation and ID sites have a heavy hand when it comes to banning or allowing people to post.

    Kevin has a website. Kevin is also on TV.

    A newspaper could not hold the data he has released.

    Now unless you have some data that would demonstrate what I posted in the OP is false, you really don't have anything to say and all you are is an asshole looking for a pickle to sit on.

    One more thing- I have yet to hear from a person who tried what Kevin suggests and not have it work. However I am sure that at least one must exist because some people may be too far gone for anything to work.

  • At 12:32 PM, Blogger Unknown said…

    george gershman's drink works..i doubt about its benefits!


  • At 1:03 PM, Blogger Joe G said…

    Before he died George used to sell his stuff at a local flea market- local to where I grew up in Massachusetts.

    I stopped drinking it to see if my heart-burn would stay away but it came back. I am convinced that the drink cures it.

    Thanks for stopping by...


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