Nutrition Myths and a Healing Diet

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If you’re open to the idea that the conventional wisdom of eye problems is wrong – that nearsightedness and other conditions can be reversed – then maybe most of the “experts” in other health-related fields are wrong too? You can blame it on corruption, inertia, brainwashing… It doesn’t matter.

For the last twenty years we were brainwashed with the food pyramid. A few years ago the US Dept of Agriculture lowered their recommendations for grains a little with their latest guide, resulting in nearly equal portions of fruit, vegetables, grains and protein. They are still wrong. 

Now you’ve probably heard of the alternative diets that have gone around lately. Paleo, Atkins, Mediterranean, Alkaline, South Beach… not to mention the classic ones like vegan and raw foods. There are some good things about these alternatives. They recognize problems with the “Standard American Diet” and try to fix them. And I’ve tried some of them.

So the reason I’m writing today is I started an interesting diet three weeks ago, and the results are so good that I felt like I should share it with you, even this early. During that time I’ve eaten tons of the approved food – over-ate many times – and have missed a lot of workout days. And still I lost an inch off my waist. I also have more energy than I’ve ever had as an adult, a clearer head, and stable blood sugar levels no matter whether I pig out on large meals or don’t eat for most of the day. And it works for me because I don’t have to go hungry or eat only “light”, unsatisfying foods.

Guess what I’m eating? High fat. Some other stuff too, but mainly huge amounts of saturated fat. I’m talking butter, coconut oil, eggs, meat, more butter… and sure, a few vegetables. And more butter.

My source for this diet is www.healingnaturallybybee.com. Bee Wilder has been running it for 8 years, offering many articles, links to other resources, consultations, and she answers questions daily on her Yahoo groups (which is more than I can say for myself on the iblindness forum). Basically, I’m impressed, and what she says makes sense.

Her recommendations are based partly on the work of Weston A. Price, a dentist who it just so happens was doing his work at the same time as Dr. Bates. Like Bates studied people with the best vision, Price studied the diets of cultures with the best dental health and other signs of superior health. Bee’s work also includes a perspective on candida overgrowth, other diets, and other diseases. Her perspective is that the body is capable of avoiding or reversing all kinds of diseases if given the right conditions, much like I see the visual system as operating correctly and easily if you treat it right.

Here’s some teasers.

  • The cholesterol theory is a myth.
  • The germ theory of disease is also wrong.
  • The “alkaline diet” meant to change your gut’s pH from too acidic to alkaline won’t work.
  • The fungus candida is not an invader that takes over. It is cultivated by the body because of another problem.
  • Carbohydrates are not needed for energy. Fat is more effective.
  • Eating fat does not make you fat. Eating LOTS of fat does not make you fat.

Read through Bee’s site. If you try her diet out, I’d love to hear from you after a few weeks. I’ll make another post at some time in the future with an update.


My next post will be myths on exercise. Continuing with the theme, almost everything you will hear or read about a good workout plan is wrong. I’ve picked up a few things from having worked in the fitness industry for the past several years and experimenting with different types of workouts.

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I founded iblindness.org in 2002 as I began reading books on the Bates Method and became interested in vision improvement. I believe that everyone who is motivated can identify the roots of their vision problems and apply behavioral changes to solve them. I am into spirituality, lucid dreaming, archery, hang gliding, health and fitness. I own a gym equipment store and gym equipment blog.

Author: David

I founded iblindness.org in 2002 as I began reading books on the Bates Method and became interested in vision improvement. I believe that everyone who is motivated can identify the roots of their vision problems and apply behavioral changes to solve them. I am into spirituality, lucid dreaming, archery, hang gliding, health and fitness. I own a gym equipment store and gym equipment blog.

9 thoughts on “Nutrition Myths and a Healing Diet”

    1. I stopped losing weight, even after exercising a lot. I had added raw milk to my diet, so I think I’ll cut that out. It’s got sugar. I started juicing above-ground vegetables, and that’s helped my energy level. And I thought about it all more, and I realized I’ve had digestive problems forever and just ignored it, so I’m still figuring that out. My results are inconsistent and confusing from day to day. So I’m not sure about some of the diet, but I have established than I need to avoid starch, processed sugar and vegetable oils. I get hammered with symptoms every time I have a dose of one of those, even “healthier” foods like brown rice.

    2. Just some food for thought but I have a radio show I listen too medicienterprises.com

      you have access to the entire pre-recorded radio library that you can download for 25 bucks. Very smart man with lots of study into health, healing, eyes teeth, you name it. Might be helpful since you are on this path. I had allergies, poor sleep nearsightedness and just general not great health. Dr. Medici shows you how to understand your body and how to heal it. its amazing. I hope this doesn’t come across as an advertisement, that is not my intention but I was where you were at once so I thought I would share my experience!

    3. What oils d’you eat then? I think olive oil, grapeseed, flaxseed, and coconut are great, though I think this diet avoids coconut oil.

  1. Why do they propagate these myths about diet? Why do they keep saying that fat and meat is bad? By the way, How is the diet? Are there any good results?

    1. It’s working ok for me. We’ll see. I modified it as per my comments below and a couple more things. It’s funny, there’s vegetable oil in almost everything at restaurants and delis. Really hard to avoid unless you pay attention.

      Fat and meat are discouraged because so much in our society is backwards. Government agencies are captured by corporations, politicians are bought off, and the mainstream media sells the corporate agenda. They want to sell sugar, wheat, corn and soy. Animal products arguably are unsustainable if everyone were to eat like I do, but the reason given is studies that I suspect are flawed in that they look at people who consume pasteurized milk and fast food burgers instead of raw Jersey cow milk and high quality meat. Kudos to vegetarians if they can find a way to make a vegetarian diet really work well.

  2. Any healing reactions from the diet yet? By the way, which diet did you choose to follow? Bee has a program for candida/yeast, the healthy people program, and i think she may have one for losing weight. But anyway, what’s wrong with these corporate fatcats? What caused them to lose basic humanitarian empathy? Money is good but it’s not important as health or a fellow human’s life and well-being.

    1. I went with the candida program, whether I need to or not. But I’m not following it exactly, with raw milk and pears.

      I don’t know what the deal is with the controllers, but I try to just bypass their propaganda. We won’t win a fight against them. But we can find ways to avoid the fight and eventually make them irrelevant.

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