Is it about to get real?
A history, and a recipe. I disagree with this, though:
His cholesterol was over 300, comfortably in the danger zone for heart attacks. Lack of self-control aside, it was fatty foods that nearly killed him. Thus, when he emerged from the hospital, he did so on a one-man mission to fight Big Fat.
It was not the fat that nearly killed him. We now have abundant evidence that the problem with McDonald’s fries was not the tallow, but the potatoes themselves. I’ve long advocated that, given that the company is the largest cattle rancher in the world, it should go back to tallow, and get rid of the unhealthy seed oils.
What I don’t understand about the recipe is why it uses Crisco, with just a little tallow added, presumably for flavor. It would probably be much better, and certainly healthier, to simply fry them in pure tallow.
A new drug that reverses it.
…created and destroyed from afar.
There is very little actual science behind any of the draconian measures that have been taken.
Can it reverse aging? I’d like to see this replicated. I found this interesting: “The clinical trial was conducted as part of a comprehensive Israeli research program that targets aging as a reversible condition.” [My emphasis]
Too many people in this country still think of aging as an inevitable condition, rather than treating it as a disease to be fought. And Biden’s ghoulish new “health” adviser thinks that we shouldn’t live past 75. Despite the description in the story, I consider him neither a “medical ethicist” or “health-care expert.”
A call to action. General Kwast and Dr. Sercer were my co-panelists in Omaha last month.
I’m concerned about using the Law of the Sea Treaty as a precedent, given that the Moon Agreement was modeled on it.
…we hardly knew ye.
We went up to see it when Patricia was working in San Juan. It was quite impressive, but I wonder if there were maintenance issues? Perhaps they should have replaced the cables before they started to weaken?