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Codrus 207 points ago +211 / -4

Pure blood wet nurse will be the next big thing

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Sumarongi 63 points ago +65 / -2

Pureblood sperm and breast milk

More valuable than Bitcoin

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climatestatis 12 points ago +15 / -3

Bitcoin's been down the last few days.

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Sumarongi 44 points ago +49 / -5

The price of bitcoin didn’t go down my fren….

…the price of pureblood cum and tit juice went up

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Hanging_Chad 11 points ago +14 / -3

That's because the value of a USD went up 50%, duh

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HKgoneWild 5 points ago +5 / -0

That will be combined with a digital currency. And don't forget they'll take other ideas from China too.

Recession coming and you need people to spend money? Put an expiration date on their earnings.

Annoying truckers making noise over "muh freedoms"? Freeze their assets.

Political rivals getting to much power? Let there be "typos", and goo after anyone who donated to them. On top of the IRS going Obama style.

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Jaunty_Haul 8 points ago +10 / -2

Terra has apparently liquidated all of its 70,000+ BTC (worth over 2 billion USD) in the attempt to prop up its failing stablecoin.

This has contributed to a lot of the selling pressure we've seen recently.

I've been buying. This is the best opportunity to buy BTC since 2010, according to the stock-to-flow model.

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unclebobinator 4 points ago +7 / -3

I've been following Bitcoin since its inception and I've never seen it go anywhere but up. It does drop regularly, which scares many people, but if you just zoom out at the chart you can see how relatively fast it recovers.

One year it crashed hard and people were seething and dooming like hell. Instead, I bought in for just a little bit and sold it when it recovered. Made 3000 on top of my original investment. Now I really wish I didn't sell when I did, because at various peaks the last year or so I could have made 6000 or more on top of my original investment.

Though there's still always a chance that any given drop will be its last and it will fail, I still remain optimistic for its future. I'm down at the moment but still buying more. If it goes poof, oh well. Never buy more than you can afford to lose.

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papa_newguineapig -4 points ago +6 / -10

Btc is a total shit coin with no use case. If you're buying crypto right now, you won't find a better deal, with a higher rate of return than xrp. It will actually drive the world economy.

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Jaunty_Haul 2 points ago +2 / -0

That's hilarious.

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dukeofdoorcounty 1 point ago +2 / -1

Well it did absorb a few trillion of newly created money and probably postponed this inflationary spiral a few years.

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AnonHarambe 1 point ago +2 / -1

Ripple isn't traded publicly I thought?

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papa_newguineapig 0 points ago +2 / -2

They aren't. Buy xrp. That's what's going to make you a millionaire. Not shares in ripple labs.

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MageGills -1 points ago +2 / -3

You're not wrong. BTC is the dinosaur coin. Slow AF and ridiculously expensive to even use. It's only number 1 because it's the OG.

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papa_newguineapig 2 points ago +3 / -1

That's a great way of thinking about it. I know I'm not wrong. Ratio only proves there are a bunch of peeps who don't know what they're talking about. I know crypto. Like the dinosaurs, btc will soon be extinct.

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Ruined 2 points ago +3 / -1

Crypto has been falling off a cliff for 6 months.

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Dlrnemesis 1 point ago +1 / -0

Can I make a deposit manually?

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Just_wanted_darkmode 0 points ago +1 / -1

sign me up

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NavyGuy 0 points ago +1 / -1

https://youtu.be/SQvGVBnThvI

Big things you say?

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BecauseYoudBeInJail 11 points ago +12 / -1

Neckbeard hamlord milking persons have been waiting for this opportunity.

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hiddenpede 4 points ago +4 / -0

If only birthing persons had two huge glands on their torso to nuture their young like some kind of make believe deity might have designed for that specific purpose. /s

On a more serious note I've always wondered why everyone uses formula instead of breast milk. Breast milk contains so many beneficial nutrients for the first year of a baby's life.

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The_ubiquitous 5 points ago +5 / -0

I agree with u/ronnietherocket, but it's even more. 5 time father here, and my wife's been the breastfeeding guru since our first kid. but honestly what we saw happen in the hospital with our first child being born is ridiculous, and should be outlawed. The first hospital when my first child was born PUSHED formula so hard. My wife mentioned wanting to attempt to breastfeed, but they really encouraged her so hard to use formula. encouraged is probably too light a term.

Most (at least my wife tells me) first time mothers don't have just the easiest time nursing right off. The babies have to work at it, and especially if the hospital happens to offer a bottle when they have the child away from your sight, that makes it worse. now the baby knows it is easy from a bottle and doesn't want to work to get it from a mother's breast.

Some hospitals really push formula hard. It's a damn shame. For my 5 kids I spent literally $0 on formula. And talk about more healthy! I'll have to rant on that another time.

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The_kool_mom 2 points ago +2 / -0

So true. My daughter was stuck in the birth canal and it squeezed her head (temporarily) and caused her palette to be misshapen and she couldn't suckle well. Those damn nurses pushed so hard for me to give her a bottle of formula. Thank goodness my good friend was a lactation consultant and came to our aid. My mom didn't breast feed me but she did my little sister. Sister has had amazing health her whole life while I have a lot of ailments and autoimmune issues despite eating totally organic and staying slim. I was going to nurse my kid come hell or high water. I know some women just can't, it doesn't work. I feel for them.

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ronnietherocket 2 points ago +2 / -0

I think the answer is that everyone has been bamboozled by scientists into believing that scientists have come up with something better than what nature provides. This is the reason we had (have?) high usage of vegetable margarine rather than bacon grease or butter.

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MamaLlama4DJT2020 2 points ago +2 / -0

Dammit, I’m too late by a decade! I hope our our pureblood nursing Mamas will get connected, so they can have a breast milk bank. It will have to be under the radar.

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PandoraBoxed 82 points ago +98 / -16

One 13 oz. can of Evaporated milk, add water to make a quart; 1 T. of light Karo syrup. This was baby formula in the 1950s before Johnson & Johnson owned Enfamil and Abbott Laboratories owned Similac. Cod liver oil provided the vitamins A, D, and K. .

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Jaunty_Haul 118 points ago +123 / -5

Don't give your kids corn syrup. Don't give anyone corn syrup, unless you hate them.

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Hobama 54 points ago +62 / -8

Whenever I see a jug of corn syrup in someones house I immediately assume they are retards.

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RetardDestroyer 15 points ago +18 / -3

So only retards like pecan pie?

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Butt_expert 11 points ago +13 / -2

As someone who has never liked pecan pie....

....maybe?

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LoobintheToobin 4 points ago +4 / -0

Pecan pie can be made without corn syrup. Real maple syrup takes longer to cook but tastes infinitely better and is better for you. Though most will be hard pressed to find a recipe lacking the pillaged corn ingredient.

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mcoulton 3 points ago +3 / -0

or peanut brittle

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RedAltoids 2 points ago +2 / -0

Can you even make a Pecan Pie without Karo?

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MamaLlama4DJT2020 1 point ago +1 / -0

I think there’s a molasses version? Shoo fly pie or something like that.

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sully 5 points ago +12 / -7

Light corn syrup is fucking delicious on waffles with peanut butter though.

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I_Used_to_be_me 28 points ago +28 / -0

Maybe it’s because I live in maple country (well, americas version. I don’t want to imply I’m Canadian), but I can’t imagine anything other than real maple syrup on my waffles. And I mean real maple syrup, not aunt jemima (which is basically corn syrup) or something

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sleepingbeautyc 9 points ago +9 / -0

I am proud to be a Canadian (despite the idiot we have in office) and maple syrup is amazing.

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I_Used_to_be_me 7 points ago +7 / -0

You should indeed be proud! All the things that make Canada shit nowadays is not something inherently wrong with the country itself, but the morons running it, and having enough retarded leftists in enough cities to keep them there. Certainly not anything the U.S. isn't immune to, either. But boy do y'all got some work to do considering how far along you are on the socialist trajectory lol. Don't feel bad, we're not far behind! Where I am is very similar to southern/eastern Canada (particularly in its people, landscape/geography, and generally just the things that make it great).

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Klown_Schwab 3 points ago +3 / -0

I'm Canadian my impression is that our problems with leftism is more a problem with complacency and ignorance than grassroots extremism like some American blue areas.

Normies legitimately have no idea about politicians or what's going on in government. They just hear a couple soundbytes during election time and go "uh yeah that sounds ok I guess I'll vote for them". Our MSM carefully curates the soundbytes to make leftist politicians sound more moderate and reasonable than they actually are and not many bother looking into it any further.

I tell normies some of the things Trudeau is doing and saying for example (like how he wants to grow the population of Canada to 100 million through immigration by 2050, or his obsession with 'hate speech' and expanding internet censorship) and they're usually shocked and appalled. But then promptly go "ah I'm sure there's enough other reasonable politicians they'll reign him in" and go back to watching sportsball or whatever it is normies do.

The majority of people I interact with irl don't like all the political correctness "white privilege this, pronouns that" and joke about it behind closed doors but they're all too polite and don't want to rock the boat so no one pushes back against it. They all just like... try to ignore it and pretend it's not happening as it gets imposed more and more by the self-appointed elites.

We never had roving gangs of AntiFa/BLM communists rioting in the streets or setting up autonomous zones. I don't know it there's enough leftist true believers in Canada to even form such an organization.

I think the difference is historically Canadians were milquetoast Anglicans while Americans were fire-and-brimstone Evangelicals. Now that both countries have been largely secularized these attitudes have transferred to politics.

In some ways I see more hope for America because even though your leftists are louder and more extreme, that fire-and-brimstone attitude also applies to your conservatives and there's more people willing to speak up and push back.

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Pissed_American 5 points ago +6 / -1

I do appreciate and eat real maple syrup. But I love the liquid sugar fake stuff too. It's so sweet

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I_Used_to_be_me 5 points ago +5 / -0

honestly don't even think I've ever had it haha, I'll have to give it a shot sometime just for the hell of it. Plus w/ Biden's economy I can't afford maple syrup now anyway! lol

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AnPrim 2 points ago +2 / -0

Gross

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GEOTUSMAGA 1 point ago +1 / -0

Mmmmm tree blood on my pan fried ground grass. Almost as delicious as bee vomit.

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LoobintheToobin 0 points ago +2 / -2

When I like to poison myself I use GMO pillaged corn forced into slavery to make sugar. The consistency is so smooth and addictive. Just as intended. Mmmmm

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Tbonius45maximus 2 points ago +2 / -0

You need to try venison gravy on waffles

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I_Used_to_be_me 1 point ago +1 / -0

hmm, ok. Is this (at least somewhat) similar to a brown gravy (like you'd find for other meats, whether it be turkey, meat/meatload, etc)? Just trying to figure out what it tastes like. The sweater stuff I like for breakfast waffles, but a brown gravy is really good when doing like, something like chicken and waffles or more dinner-oriented waffles (though maple also works great for chicken and waffles too)

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Tbonius45maximus 1 point ago +1 / -0

My pa used to just can venison with salt and pepper, all he would do is open a can and drop it in a skillet, heat it up maybe add a pinch of flour and pop it on our waffles with a tab of butter

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Justlooking250 2 points ago +2 / -0

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I_Used_to_be_me 2 points ago +2 / -0

haha, I almost put a "REeeEeeEEe" (or similar) following my aunt jemima comment

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JerryJerryJerry 1 point ago +1 / -0

Lucky enough to have sugaring and cidering traditions in the family and rarely went without the former year round and the latter in season. None of that Fancy or Grade A stuff, please. B or C is what's up. The rare occasions I am forced to use a fake HFCS brand, the roof of my mouth actually feels tender for hours after like I was downing fistfulls of Cap'n Crunch dry.

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Isaiah53 4 points ago +4 / -0

All those tumor-inducing BT toxins add extra flavor.

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Millie1234 2 points ago +2 / -0

Plus all the fructosey goodness for NAFLD.

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MamaLlama4DJT2020 1 point ago +1 / -0

I used to do that until I discovered the joy of pure 🍁 maple.

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Fordheartskav 1 point ago +1 / -0

the people downvoting are probably pro drug legalization.

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Hanging_Chad 29 points ago +30 / -1

Don't give your kids American soda

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Jaunty_Haul 11 points ago +13 / -2

Here's a decent alternative to soda that kills you (which is almost all of it).

Edit: Apparently stevia has been found to reduce DHT, which is good if you're trying to not go bald, but bad if you want to keep your testosterone levels up.

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conservativefrank 25 points ago +25 / -0

$25 for a case. Um, no. Drink water.

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Jaunty_Haul 7 points ago +10 / -3

It is expensive. I have a sweet tooth and have recently gone carnivore.

The sweetness helps keep me from hitting the sugar. It works.

But, yeah, they know they have no real competitors, so it's not cheap.

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user365927285937 12 points ago +12 / -0

It’s so much easier once you’re entirely off any sweet food or sweet substitute. You won’t even crave it at all trust me

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Jaunty_Haul 19 points ago +19 / -0

I hope to get there, but I was a Mountain Dew addict for years. Kicking sugar is harder than kicking cocaine. Seriously. I can vouch for that personally.

Also, unlike most carnivores I know, I eat oily canned seafood (mackerel, sardines, herring, mussels) almost daily in addition to the usual beef, eggs, and mucho bacon.

The acidity of soda is great for balancing the oiliness of the fish and mussels.

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sleepingbeautyc 1 point ago +2 / -1

4 years into carnivore. That is a load of BS. Some people get rid of the cravings. I did not.

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FireannDireach 3 points ago +3 / -0

Sun tea with stevia will cure that.

I was a Diet Coke fanatic for years. Took me about a month to break the mental habit, and for the cravings to die off. I just drank water, until the cravings went away. I don't even think about it now. Water, soda water, coffee, tea. That's fine for a carnivore diet.

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Intothewind82 5 points ago +5 / -0

Personally I don't like the aftertaste of Stevia - it reminds me of Aspartame.

However, the Truvia brand had a better overall flavor and minimal aftertaste.

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PoorMansPsychiatrist 1 point ago +1 / -0

I like it. Just tried the black cherry.

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AnPrim -3 points ago +1 / -4

Have fun going carnivore for more than a couple months.

Wife insisted on it for awhile, then her blood tested prediabetic.

Its like people can't read or something.

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Hanging_Chad 7 points ago +7 / -0

I heard half of the flavors suck. Stevia is delicious though

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Jaunty_Haul 5 points ago +5 / -0

We buy the variety packs and go through it like crazy. I like most of the flavors.

All soda tastes differently when you vary up the sweetener. Zevia absolutely tasted weird at first, but my family adapted pretty quickly. We all have our favorites, but none of the flavors ever sit there for long. I've got an empty Zevia Cola in front of me now.

It's strange how taste buds change. Now regular Coke tastes weird and wrong.

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BlackPillBot 3 points ago +3 / -0

Zevia is disgusting, but koolaid made with stevia is amazing. Grape and cherry are my favorites.

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NavyGuy 6 points ago +6 / -0

Just recently learned that even the zero sugar carbonated water damages teeth and is bad for the gut.

Western diet is largely to blame for our poor teeth, obesity, and health problems.

"Nutrition and Physical Degeneration" by Weston A. Price

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free_patriot 3 points ago +3 / -0

A study found that stevia lowers testosterone and shrinks testicles.

https://www.dailymedicaldiscoveries.com/stevia-lowers-testosterone-levels/?msclkid=f49c6772d11c11ec9b0bcda977202e02

Stevia has many unanswered questions. It hasn't been adequately tested for human health even though it meets US government standard.

https://www.thepaleomom.com/trouble-with-stevia/?msclkid=a953de0ed11c11eca31f92f7ffe1f9c7

Avoid Stevia.

Read and Think, only then consume.

For sweeteners, use only pure sugar (from sugar cane or sugar beets), pure 100% honey, or pure 100% maple syrup. Before you buy or consume these products, look at the label. Most available brands are not pure. Example: product sold as "maple syrup" contains no maple syrup.

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mcoulton 2 points ago +2 / -0

maple "flavored" syrup

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Jaunty_Haul 1 point ago +1 / -0

Well, damnit.

Wait, in that first link, I'm supposed to believe the researchers were weighing mice testicles?

Have you read anything damning about erythritol and/or monkfruit?

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hiddenpede 0 points ago +1 / -1

I hate Stevia. I'm among the group that finds it really bitter no matter what I do with it.

Sucralose is my poison of choice.

I think the hate on aspartame is just fear mongering; I really don't think any other substance had ever been researched more, but given the choice I think sucralose tastes better.

Cancer worries about saccharine have been disproven but I'm not a fan of it anyway.

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Throwingway22 2 points ago +2 / -0

Zevia is good to scratch an itch but I'd still warn people off artificial sweeteners if only because it will kill your palate. And who knows what we will discover about over using things like stevia, what it might do to the body.

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Aoikaze2000 11 points ago +13 / -2

What's wrong with corn syrup?

They didn't say high fructose corn syrup, just normal corn syrup.

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Jaunty_Haul 11 points ago +15 / -4

It tastes fucking awful and it kills you, so there's that.

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Geralt_of_Rivia1 6 points ago +8 / -2

Drinking sugar period does that

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TheTPL 8 points ago +9 / -1

Sugar is better than that fake garbage, especially aspartame. It is not bad in moderation, and you also get sugars in fruit.

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Geralt_of_Rivia1 5 points ago +7 / -2

Fructose in fruit is no diferent than having fructose in soda with other forms of more mass (a burger for instance)

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NavyGuy -1 points ago +4 / -5

Wrong. Diet anything contains fake sugars. Molecularly they are a mirror image chemical chain of real sugar. Body can't use it but the body recognizes it as sugar and releases insulin.

The constant roller coaster of insulin pushes that aren't needed eventually breaks down the body's ability to maintain homeostasis of blood sugar levels.

NEVER EAT FAKE SUGAR!

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Jaunty_Haul 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yep.

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thisguy883 5 points ago +5 / -0

I buy my store brand soda because they use pure cane sugar instead of corn syrup.

I hardly drink soda. Maybe 1 every other day. Most of my drink diet is just water and coffee.

My daughter drinks whole milk with Ovaltine. That or just regular chocolate milk from a restaurant. She loves sweet tea, like me, so she usually just orders that.

Rarely does she drink any soda, but if she does, it's almost always sprite. I keep her away from caffeine products.

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thisguy883 1 point ago +1 / -0

Not sure what you mean.

Last time I had a soda was maybe last Friday?

You assuming I drink soda daily?

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Geralt_of_Rivia1 2 points ago +5 / -3

Drinking sucrose is not healthier than fructose or glucose

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LoobintheToobin 1 point ago +1 / -0

Even cane sugar sodas have become too sweet for me sometimes. I bought one the other day as a treat forgetting to check the nutrition info. 4g of sugar is = to a teaspoon. The soda has 40g of sugar (10 teaspoons) in a 16 glass jar.

I use 2 or 3 teaspoons of cane sugar in tea and feel lushly sweet. The soda proportionality had 5 teaspoons per 8 oz. 24g for my tea, 40g for a soda. Tea is often very flavorful and delicious with a buffet of choose the outcome feelings and wellness. Just found some tea that helps one think, not very tasty but effective. Brahmi

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Yeeessss 0 points ago +5 / -5

Regular corn syrup has like 45% fructose whereas high fructose corn syrup has like 55%.

Both are harmless in small amounts everyone is just being holier than thou.

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Jaunty_Haul 4 points ago +12 / -8

I don't think advocating avoiding diabetes is being holier than thou, but you do you.

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Yeeessss 2 points ago +8 / -6

Nobody has ever gotten diabetes from the occasional tablespoon of corn syrup.

Explain to me in your own words why avoiding corn syrup completely is necessary or get off your bro science high horse. You watched a YT video or whatever but you’re obviously not an expert on this subject you’re just demonizing ingredients like everyone else does (red meat, alcohol, caffeine, white bread, carbs in general, vegetables, fruit, etc). It may not be intentional but that’s what you’re doing.

That being said, is corn syrup good for you? Of course not. It’s fucking syrup. There are literally no healthy syrups that I am aware of.

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Jaunty_Haul 5 points ago +7 / -2

Your last statement is my main point.

So, why isn't it good for you? Because it's bad for you. It's not inert air or water.

Why is it bad for you? Research insulin resistance and you'll see.

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NavyGuy 5 points ago +5 / -0

You are correct fren.

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gplumbcrazy 1 point ago +1 / -0

as far as your body is concerned all carbs you can digest are sugar.

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Yeeessss 1 point ago +1 / -0

That kind of linear thinking is just plain wrong. You can take the same logic and apply it to air, water and sunlight.

Because air, water and sunlight are not good for you IN ANY AMOUNT OR IN EXCESS. Same thing as corn syrup. Eat a tablespoon or two a day even and you’re probably fine. Eat a gallon a day and it’s a different story.

Foods are either nutritious or not. Corn syrup is not. Does that make it bad in any amount? No, that’s nonsense. It’s not that black and white. Water isn’t “nutritious” either unless you’re talking directly from a spring with sulphuric and minerals. Otherwise zero nutritional value to water. Even then, go drink 8 gallons of spring water and see how healthy that is.

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Yeeessss 1 point ago +1 / -0

Maple syrup is the closest thing to a healthy syrup but it’s nutritional profile is dwarfed by blackstrap molasses, another food I certainly wouldn’t call “healthy.”

Health benefits =/= healthy, at least in my opinion. Plenty of examples. Did you know Italian men who eat pizza more than once a week have significantly reduced rates of stomach cancer? Does that mean “pizza is healthy?” I think not.

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trollef 1 point ago +4 / -3

Pro-tip, nutrition is not a science.

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Jaunty_Haul 4 points ago +7 / -3

Amateur-tip, it should be.

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trollef 5 points ago +6 / -1

Look, take any science. Physics, chemistry, what have you. In how many of them do you see such clear, consistent patterns of findings being published, then a paper with a diametrically opposite result being published afterwards? What's worse for you, butter or margarine? The world may never know. And no, science doesn't "change its mind". Science adjusts its internal model in response to new observations. If your facts keep flip flopping, you're dealing with severe dysfunction, not science updating itself.

The fact is, the methodology used by the vast majority of nutrition studies is outright invalid. You're not going to get anything useful out of taking people from the general population and finding out what they eat, because what they eat is correlated with a number of other things, and any of those can be the actual cause for whatever difference is seen -- if a difference is seen at all, because nutritionists, along with psychologists, sociologists, and other purveyors of fashionable pseudoscience, are absolute ass at statistics.

When nutritionists start doing experiments at least as reliable as double-blind controlled trials, that actually stand up to statistical scrutiny you can call me up. Not before.

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Aoikaze2000 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yeah, there's much of the pop-science around food.

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Yeeessss 1 point ago +1 / -0

If you’ve been around long enough and studied this stuff with any depth you start to realize almost all diet advice is either bullshit or at best a well informed shot in the dark. Then you get into the efficacy and ethics of most food studies and you realize “oh wait, it’s actually all bullshit.

Demonizing ingredients always leads to counterintuitive decisions. My two favorite food related facts are: 1) unfrosted pop tarts have more calories than frosted pop tarts and 2) So-called nitrate free or uncured bacon often has more nitrates than the regular stuff (because they use celery powder, which is like pure nitrates).

People know what’s basically healthy and what’s garbage and all you gotta do is accentuate the positive, eliminate the negative as much as is reasonably possible and don’t fuss over the less nutritious stuff too much. This includes white bread, pasta, sugars in general and of course fats. Even then lifestyle and genetics play a much greater role in overall health than being a stickler diet wise.

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Aoikaze2000 2 points ago +2 / -0

That's kinda why I asked about corn-syrup. But that's also why I generally try to do something that's a sorta-paleo diet with the "eat whatever" as generally speaking, avoiding soy and trying to stick with all the natural works best for me.

Amusingly, food dye heavy and overly processed food (like certain breakfast cereals like Crunch Berries) are a cheap way to give me an effect like being high because I'm not used to processing the chemicals in them XD

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Yeeessss 1 point ago +1 / -0

People react differently to dyes but yeah they’re clearly not good for you so that would’ve in the “limit” category.

The real problem is the rigidly linear thinking that foods are inherently good or bad for you with no in between or contextual nuance.

Eat only when you’re actually hungry, don’t eat too much too often and try to keep it as minimally processed as is reasonable for your lifestyle and you’ll be fine. Humans need enough quality protein and enough calories to maintain a healthy body weight. That’s my thesis on nutrition it’s as simple as that. Everything else is a personal preference or propaganda.

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Yeeessss 1 point ago +1 / -0

When you hear stories that demonize soy, corn, wheat, etc you have to take it with a grain of salt because of the massive financial interests tied up in what kind of food choices we all make.

Not saying you should try to eat more wheat, corn, soy and sugar- those things aren’t that nutritious when overly processed- just that people fear monger this stuff to the point where people are afraid to put a little soy sauce in a marinade or they end up dumping 300 calories worth of cream or butter in their morning coffee every day because “carbs will kill you.” Or they’ll pay $4 for a glorified candy bar w/ 100+ more calories in the form of a protein bar just to get an extra 8g. A snickers and 4oz of milk would get you to the same place for half the cost.

Overeating on a consistent basis is the worst thing you can do (if already overweight), followed by being extremely inactive, followed by binge eating semi regularly, followed by eating too much sugar. After that it’s pretty much about getting a reasonable amount of quality protein for your lifestyle (50-150g for most people is adequate). Obviously more natural foods are going to be more nutritious but people take this overboard. Plenty of processed foods that are perfectly healthy and often times they are more nutritious than their unprocessed counterparts (yogurt and protein powder vs. milk for example).

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Yeeessss 2 points ago +2 / -0

One tablespoon bro and that’s for a couple feedings I’d assume.

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Yeeessss 8 points ago +8 / -0

There’s a lot of sugar in actual breast milk. Way more than cows milk. Whatever you feed them as formula also has to be something they will want a lot of.

So knowing all of that it seems really weird to me to nitpick over using 1 tablespoon of corn syrup for 2-3 servings vs. using say 1 tablespoon of table sugar. Keep in mind that children that young cannot eat honey.

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boystupid 13 points ago +13 / -0

And corn syrup has the right kind of sugar, much more similar to the sugars in breast milk than table sugar.

Look I'm no fan of corn syrup either but in this case it is actually probably an okay product to use.

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Yeeessss 1 point ago +1 / -0

You nailed it. Way too many ppl worried about their kids having the occasional soda or tablespoon of corn syrup while they let them watch whatever garbage is on Netflix and Disney+ and surf the internet unsupervised.

I grew up with hippy parents so I guess I’m biased against food related pseudoscience. Then I got into personal training and bodybuilding so I’ve pretty much heard bullshit from every angle.

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ApexVeritas -5 points ago +2 / -7

Wrong. Almost all corn grown today is a GMO (genetically modifies crop). Why were GMOs created? To make them more resistant to the nasty chemicals we can spray on them to kill off pests and weeds (pesticides and herbicides). Those chemical sprays stay on the plant and end up in whatever product they end up in, even in highly processed products like corn syrup, high fructose corn syrup, oils, lecithins, etc. As an example, glyphosate is sprayed on a shit ton of crops, including corn, wheat, and hops. Almost all flour and flour derived products are contaminated with glyphosate. It's also used as a desiccant by lazy farmers so they can harvest their entire crop at the same time. Hops have to be tested before making beer, because some batches are so heavily contaminated they kill off the yeast, preventing fermentation.

Corn, corn syrup, and high fructose corn syrup all contain glyphosate, which has a myriad of negative health effects, including cancer, anxiety, depression, killing off gut biome (which itself has a myriad of negative health effects), fatigue, allergies, and so on. The mainstream sources say the average contamination is low and "fine", but these are corrupt globalist/government funded studies. More accurate studies are showing glyphosate and other chemical sprays, even in extremely low doses, exposure is resulting in these negative health effects. Research this yourself, please.

On top of this, most processed sugar should be highly avoided. If someone tells you all sugars and carbs are the same, ignore them. They're an idiot spouting the same bullshit pushed by corrupted science that has enabled most of our modern ills. Grow as much of your own food as you can. What you buy from the store, get organic and naturally raised products (no hormones, antibiotics, vaccines, GMOs, or sprays). Even then, soak all store bought veggies in baking soda and water for at least 15 minutes (this helps remove most of the spray residue. Even organic produce is allowed to be sprayed with certain chemicals. Lastly, this isn't a cure all. There are tons of things that are sprayed which can't be washed, like corn, nuts, flour, beer, etc. As such, avoid processed foods as much as possible, especially if they contain contaminated ingredients. Research how many things are sprayed with chemicals. You should be rightfully disgusted, because it's hurting millions of people.

[edit] Wow. You try to help people and 5 downvote you.

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Ricky_CIA -2 points ago +2 / -4

Stop swallowing the tree hugger retard screeching.

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Destineed369 4 points ago +5 / -1

Nah. He’s right. Glysophate Or how ever it’s spelled is a horrible chemical and it’s used in everything.

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Jaunty_Haul 2 points ago +4 / -2

Yeah, but it's an innocent baby. There are alternatives.

If all you can afford is corn syrup, that's one thing.

Just remember it's basically just sugar water.

No one really wants Type 1 diabetes.

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ThirteenPercenter 4 points ago +8 / -4

Breast milk has sugar you retard

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Jaunty_Haul 3 points ago +5 / -2

Yummy, but no one has corn syrup in their tits.

Breast milk is kinda magical, according to baby magicians.

Also, I am retarded, on more days than none.

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ApexVeritas 2 points ago +4 / -2

Anyone arguing that all sugars and carbs are the same is using the exact same "science" that's been corrupted by government and globalist funded "studies" for decades, which has pushed innumerable ills upon people, hurting and killing millions. Who do you think funded the studies showing fat was causing things like heart disease, instead of sugar? The sugar industry. This shouldn't be a big leap. These bastards lie about everything else. Why wouldn't they lie about our own food and water. They're intentionally poisoning us to keep us sick and weak, so we're controllable and don't fight back. They can even make a shit load of money off of us too while doing this, keeping us perpetually hospitalized and on medications to control the symptoms, but not cure us, so the medical and pharmaceutocal industries (which they've also corrupted) can get their cut too. Shit, why do you think no cancer cure has been found yet, or people haven't been properly informed what's causing all of these modern cancers? Because they make so much money on chemo drugs.

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Isolated_Patriot 3 points ago +3 / -0

Exactly, it's damn hard to find a study on "sugar" that wasn't actually just a study on corn syrup. All the negatives they claim are "sugar" are processed syrups, the few studies which specify cane sugar, and not a hyper processed version, show no cancer or diabetes risks.

Jamaica consumes 7X the sugar per capita as America and they have nothing like our diabetes, overweight, or heart issues associated with "sugar" in the "lets pretend we aren't talking about corn syrup" studies. But Jamaicans aren't eating processed sugars, they are eating high mineral content sugar cane.

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ApexVeritas 0 points ago +2 / -2

I didn't know that. Thanks for the info.

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ThirteenPercenter -1 points ago +1 / -2

Chemo drugs are relatively cheap. Also LOL at assuming the people who sell sugar also profit from medical services.

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ApexVeritas -1 points ago +1 / -2

Cheap? With insurance maybe. There are other cancer treatment drugs even more expensive than chemo drugs, too. If you think getting cancer is cheap, keep drinking the soda, eating the potato chips, and consuming the poisons in our food and water. You'll find out how "cheap" they are.

Also LOL at assuming the people who sell sugar also profit from medical services.

Have you not read up on conspiracy theories at all? This is common knowledge. The same people who fund the "studies" proclaiming the poisons they're pushing on us are fine, are the same people running the government programs who oversee our health, like the EPA, the CDC, and the FDA. They're the same liars who run the news, Hollywood, and social media. They're all in on it. I can't believe this has to actually be explained here, of all places. Everyone here should know how corrupt our modern world is.

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MAGAnic316 2 points ago +2 / -0

In that case I’ve got a metric ton of corn syrup for Jen Psaki

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Isaiah53 13 points ago +13 / -0

Here are formula recipes created by a PhD nutritionist. There is a dairy-intollerant version in here, too:

https://www.thehealthyhomeeconomist.com/video-homemade-milk-based-baby-formula/

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Geralt_of_Rivia1 -1 points ago +2 / -3

Ah yes, give them cow milk with corn syrup, no additional vitamins or minerals.

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NavyGuy 5 points ago +6 / -1

Clearly this isn't meant for long term or because somebody is to cheap to buy it. Its an alternative to your baby starving if it can't be had anywhere.

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Destineed369 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yea I get why people don’t understand it. This isn’t for your baby to eat on for a couple months. It’s just if say you’re snowed in and can’t go to the store for formula and don’t produce breast milk.

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NavyGuy 1 point ago +1 / -0

This pede gets it 👆

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DZP1 29 points ago +29 / -0

Absolutely. This administration, no, regime, is intentionally doing things to weaken the economy and population. They do not care what the public thinks, because they know they will control the elections. So destructive policy set by Obama the puppetmaster is what drives actions. I predict we will see shortages in specific targeted sectors of food, and will not be surprised if it benefits land holder Gates. Also, in Commiefornia, the WEF governor has announced a multiyear plan to hamper meat production, and the water restrictions are going to cut crop production.

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Schroeder09 9 points ago +9 / -0

I wish more people noted that Obama was behind all this. I think it needs hammered home every day on every outlet. He he's tried convicted of high treason.

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talltellmanson 7 points ago +7 / -0

He was a puppet just like biden.

WEF and IMF are doing this

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BarneyFranksNipples 3 points ago +3 / -0

Or because… you know… he already served two terms.

They can forge a birth certificate, but they can’t gaslight the fact he already served his maximum terms.

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Gizmo17 4 points ago +4 / -0

They’re doing it right in front of our faces and crotch chopping saying “deal with it, what are you going to do about it?”

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Data 2 points ago +2 / -0

They're taunting us. They want us dead and they know we know it. If we continue doing nothing, throwing our hands up, exasperated, and complaining on social media it's basically suicide. We're in the slow boil but the heat is already on MAX. Time is running out.

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lurker4 34 points ago +34 / -0

They want those who have been vaxxed to be forced to breastfeed.

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ENormaStitz 20 points ago +20 / -0

Zero population growth

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Thelongrun 3 points ago +4 / -1

💯

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TrumpAndGodWin 8 points ago +9 / -1

And they'll reformulate the formula until they get the tards from the Brave New World book (based on real plans).

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libman 30 points ago +30 / -0

FDA has killed more Americans than all wars combined.

It should have no power to ban, only put information and warning labels.

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Juice 20 points ago +21 / -1

Every vitamin and supplement: "These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA"

Well maybe you should fucking evaluate them. Take a break from deepthroating the Zoloft salesman and fucking figure out the effect of my dandelion root tea.

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libman 8 points ago +8 / -0

We don't need to empower government monopolies - they will always be inefficient and corrupt.

We need a free market of open source science NGOs.

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NikolaiVsevolodovich 5 points ago +5 / -0

Salesmen? Hah no, the FDA has pharma board members running it.

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IRScansuckmyanus 1 point ago +1 / -0

Fuck that. I'd rather independent scientists evaluate vitamins. Fuck the corrupt fda. I don't need my favorite herbs being banned because of the faggot fda.

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Shadilady 1 point ago +1 / -0

hahaha!!

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ENormaStitz 6 points ago +6 / -0

Thalidomide anybody?

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zooty 2 points ago +2 / -0

Actually was not approved in the US, I believe. So they weren't always completely useless.

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Thaddaios 27 points ago +30 / -3

"Why can't modern women produce enough milk to provide for their newborns?"

Now that would be a question worth asking.

"Does it make sense to anyone now why ancient people made mother figure religious idols?"

Would be another great thread.

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Minimama 20 points ago +24 / -4

I think a lot of modern women aren't willing to put in the work. Breastfeeding and pumping milk can be hard work. There are some with other limitations but I think much of formula feeding is because it's "easy."

Breastfeeding starts painful. Usually your nipples... toughen up once you get going and once you and your baby work out the kinks. You would think it comes natural but nope. There is a learning curve many times. I thank God I had amazing nurses with my first in 2017. One in particular took great care and time to help. The care I got in early 2021 was subpar at best. (I was a covid positive hospital number 🙄) Lactation consultant only called instead of coming in and along with other complications I don't think I would've been successful breastfeeding had it been my first.

And pumping. That's a lot of work. Care for the machine and cleaning all the small parts every session every few hours and storing, freezing, then warming it back up and bottling it then washing the bottle and the small parts for the bottle while caring for a newborn. Not to mention a lot of time the amount you get is a couple of ounces. I'll pass. If you have a job you pretty much HAVE to pump then baby could get nipple confusion going back to the breast. It's a whole mess.

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TrappedRed_in_blue 11 points ago +12 / -1

Pumping never gave me ounces, I would have killed for ounces. I would make an ounce every 2 days pumping around the clock. 😭😭😭

It was a major reason why I switched to formula because pumping never worked and having to go back to work meant no time for breastfeeding, so all I had was 6 weeks to nurse and it dried up well before that.

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TrappedRed_in_blue 1 point ago +1 / -0

I know, but it is greatly demoralizing when you barely cover the bottom of a colostrum collection bottle after several hours of pumping. So trying to save any amount and still have to feed and care for a baby and a toddler was impossible sanity wise.

I do not work now, so I am determined to make breastfeeding work this time and exclusively. I do not know if I have or will have supply issues, I don't think I did as my second child was pretty easy, if I didn't have to work I bet I could have EBF my second.

That is wonderful that you fed 8 babies, such a blessing. I hope the cancer is in remission still and you have good health.

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Minimama 1 point ago +1 / -0

Kellymom.com and la leche league for online support (gotta filter some woke stuff in LLL but they have lots of good resources) and of course an IBCLC

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bh506407 10 points ago +10 / -0

Yup, it was exactly the same for my wife. She pumped religiously and we could never get more than 30mLs almost every time.

It’s basically a full time job itself for some women. And she’s dead on with the machine and sterilizing everything all the time. I can’t imagine if she had tried going to work right after our kids were born and trying to keep that regimen up.

It’s looked exhausting, and I wasn’t the one who had to have those things pumping from my body on top of caring for our kids.

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NotALabRat 1 point ago +1 / -0

You have to let the babies suck constantly. My nipples bled. It was awful, but finally I have enough milk to feed.

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Minimama 4 points ago +4 / -0

I'm sorry. That must've been so disappointing. Did you seek out lactation support? Not saying that would've changed anything, I just wonder how many people even know that help exists (and is even sometimes covered through insurance) I think a lot of moms are so overwhelmed with caring for a whole helpless little person they sent you home with that it may not even cross your mind you can still get help after you've gone home.

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TrappedRed_in_blue 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yes, 4 separate LCs for the first time that never diagnosed a thrush infection and for the second I tried 2 times and called it done when each one gave me a different reason for why my latch was wrong even though that time I had no pain.

I was in a baby friendly hospital which was super ra ra on breastfeeding, same with my OB. So I was fully aware and even went to some La Leche meetings but was put off by some of the more militant milkers there. And yes, even though it was covered by the insurance, a charge of $100 per visit (down from $300!!) was just not financially feasible after a few visits. I was more overwhelmed by the intense pain from the thrush and being unable to even hold my baby between feedings than the actual care, I also had my mom and inlaws come help, so potentially every possible reason to succeed except for that damn thrush that no one knew about, just because it did not present as typical, it was internal and no external signs.

I will never forget that first time and how terrible it was and how useless all the so called 'help' was. I solved the problem through intensive research but of course with pumping being so difficult as well, my milk dried up in a week once I stopped pumping. For my second, things were better but due to work constraints, I could only go for 6 weeks before stopping. In that time, I felt things were improved and if I didn't have to go back, I am sure I could have been successful.

I really wish my first time wasn't so difficult, but that difficulty has toughened me up some so hopefully the next one will go well. And if it doesn't, I know I have done my best and kept my child fed however possible. We can bond in other ways and the rest of their nutrition has been top quality since then. 🙂

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Minimama 1 point ago +1 / -0

Well disregard my last comment up there from a few minutes ago. I stand by Kellymom though. So much info to reference when needed. Lol

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NotALabRat 1 point ago +1 / -0

Did a lactation expert come in and talk to you in the hospital? They did me and it saved me.

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TrappedRed_in_blue 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yes, I had 2 LCs come in while I was in the hospital and then several nurse midwives. After leaving the hospital I sought out 2 more useless IBCLC certified 'experts'. I was given nipple shields and told to pump. My baby would suck on the shield and remove it constantly and pumping never netted me more than a few drops at a time over an hour of pumping.

The midwives were great during labor, but not a single one anywhere could help me deal with the thrush. Which I only found out it was that after extensive reading because it did not present the same. It was an internal infection in the milk ducts and was incredibly painful and only occurred during nursing, not while pumping.

With what I know now, I might be a better LC than any of the ones I had!

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NotALabRat 1 point ago +1 / -0

I had thrush in my breasts too and yes it is painful, and I had cracked and bleeding nipples. You aren’t supposed to pump that long. Only if milk is coming out. Once it stops you stop, but the baby suckling is the best thing. They can get milk the pump can’t. Sometimes I get no milk when I pump, but that’s because the baby ate so big. Look I am not trying to put you down, breast feeding is really harder. Harder for some than others, and the thrush thing is terrible. I told everyone I had thrush and no one listened, so I went to my doctor and demanded help. I took a yeast pill and it cleared it up. I could tell because I was in a lot of pain while nursing and the baby was getting rashes easy. My husband was also extremely supportive with this baby where as with my first child my ex husband was not. I only made 4 months breast feeding with my first because lack of support and knowledge. I hope everything works out for you.

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TrappedRed_in_blue 1 point ago +1 / -0

I was told no longer than an hour and that to active pump 10 minutes then take a break for 5 then again until I reached 1 hour.

I had no issue getting my babies to latch and I suspect I wouldn't have had supply issues if not for the thrush. Since it was my first time, I did not know to ask because all I knew of thrush was that there would be external signs. No one knew it could be internal and not something like mastitis.

The irony for me was that even though I thought I had prepared well, and even had help, none of that worked. I have more confidence that the next one will work out better though, thank you.

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Pissed_American 4 points ago +4 / -0

Literally a full time job!!

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Allister 7 points ago +10 / -3

A vast majority of modern women can easily produce enough milk and even excess, but it requires they actually devote the time, energy and eat a proper diet to do so as well as constant stimulation to keep the milk flowing, be it feeding regularly off the nipple vs pre-pumped milk or pumping regularly to keep the glands active, it's a 24/7 job and that is simply too much of a hassle for many women... Most that claim they can't produce enough milk are simply too lazy to try or refuse to do what is necessary to do it (like eating well) and just claim they can't produce enough as an easy cop out excuse... That isn't to say there are no legit ones that can't produce enough even fully trying, but they are really few and far between, and would only need a small amount of formula as a stop-gap...

Formula sitting on the shelf at every store and handed out for free by the government simply made it that much easier to claim they couldn't do it or for them to not even try...

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desertflower 7 points ago +8 / -1

Also, most western moms seem concerned about their baby sleeping through the night at an early age, esp if the mom works full time. Formula stays in the gut longer and doesn’t digest as fast. Breastfed babies will wake up more often bec they get hungrier, which helps keep up mom’s supply.

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Allister 2 points ago +4 / -2

Yeah formula in a bottle is easier, my wife breast fed our three kids, so I know the trouble and hassle she went through... That is why so many turn to formula out of laziness, a baby will suck down a bottle of formula in minutes and as you said it keeps them full longer... Breast feeding generally takes a lot longer and many times the baby simply falls asleep before getting full, so they wake up hungry in short... I know so many parent that refused to even try breast feeding, they didn't want to even try as formula was so simple and even free for some, sort of like pacakged foods, so many are losing their ability to even provide the basics for themselves and are becoming totally dependent upon corporations for even the most basic things...

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Zoggurat 6 points ago +9 / -3

They believe if they dont give milk, they will stop producing milk faster and theu wont get Saggers

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thisguy883 6 points ago +9 / -3

Yup. I know a few women who did this. They pumped for a little bit, or not at all and went straight for the formula.

My friends kids were straight formula from birth because his wife refused to breast feed. He isn't a very political guy, not does he pay attention to stuff that is going on and is one of those types that just lives to provide for his family. That's fine and all, but both his kids have learning disabilities. They both fall on the spectrum from what I can remember.

I'm not saying straight formula from birth was the cause, but when compared to my daughter who drank breast milk for the first half of her life, I mean... It feels like that was the cause to be honest.

Sure a number of other factors come into play, but more often than not, I've met kids who were a little off and the one common thing is that they were on formula from birth because the mother didn't want saggy tits.

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bh506407 12 points ago +14 / -2

I was on formula from birth and never had a problem learning ever, I graduated at the top of my class.

And on the other hand, some mothers just have trouble producing a lot of breast milk. We breast fed both of my children, but my wife couldn’t produce in large enough quantities to keep it going past 6 months. She tried and tried and pumped and pumped, but could never produce more than 30-40mLs.

Even tried eating the lactation cookies and several other things. Not every woman can pump a whole bottles worth in one sitting.

Sure breast milk is great, it also helps baby’s immune system after birth. But lacking it isn’t going to give your kid a learning disability. That’s preposterous. And it isn’t going to put your kid on the autism spectrum either.

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Katedenson 5 points ago +5 / -0

Not only that what's wrong with being autistic? I'm on the spectrum and I'm a decently adjusted person

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ApexVeritas 4 points ago +6 / -2

Because its not the natural norm, healthy, or preferred. Just as someone born with no arms would prefer to be born with arms, would you too not prefer to be born without your mental disability? The poisons of our modern world are what's causing most of our modern ills. That needs to stop, because the people deserve better. Most of these poisons are also most likely being pushed by globalists, to keep us weak, sick, and controlled.

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Katedenson -2 points ago +2 / -4

Nope

I love the way I am. Being normal is for losers

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ApexVeritas 1 point ago +2 / -1

Loving the way you are is good, as it prevents you from feeling and treating yourself like a victim, but it should also come with acceptance and understanding, which is especially necessary if you can change and improve yourself. You can't change the way you were born (that we know of), but that doesn't mean the way you were born is good and healthy. What if everyone was born with a mental illness, or a severe one, or without arms or legs? Would that not make the species weaker and more prone to dying out?

Being normal is for losers

Don't placate yourself too heavily on this. It will poison your mind just as surely as drinking bleach will poison your body. No one is the same, and no one is meant to be, but that doesn't mean there aren't averages and norms, or that some things are preferred over others, and it also doesn't mean everything is equal. The ability to discriminate, to see two things and know they're different, know they're unequal, and why, is a foundational requirement for wisdom. This results in people figuring out what works, what's efficient, what's healthy, what's stable, what's successful, what's better, and what isn't. This is why the left/globalists are so intent upon attacking it. If they can convince everyone that discrimination is wrong, they can brainwash people to think that things that aren't equal, that aren't the same, are. It's just another form of lie, and another form of manipulating and controlling people. Just because other people don't have your disability, just because they're "normal" doesn't make them losers and you superior.

Everyone is given different burdens. You've just been given a heavier one. You should hate the people that have done this to you, because there are modern poisons that are actually causing these mental health problems, pushed by the same liars that have poisoned our minds, religion, culture, and government for decades. You shouldn't hate the people that are "normal".

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cream_y 4 points ago +7 / -3

What’s funny is everyone here is convinced things like formula and vaccines give kids autism. The community that is all about personal responsibility doesn’t stop to think that maybe, just maybe, a good chunk of these autistic kids being born has something to do with the terrible lifestyle habits of the parents. Poor diets, drug use both recreational and big pharma, environmental influences, etc.

Nope. Gotta be formula and the fuckin’ chickenpox shot.

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Zoggurat 8 points ago +11 / -3

Vaccines + formula = retarded.

I think 1 in 12 has at least mild autism now....

I think chicks should be forced to wear 30 pound weights on each tit if they dont breastfeed their kids so they gonna get saggers fo sho.

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Magaman4200 2 points ago +2 / -0

Lmao

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BailoutsAreSocialism 1 point ago +3 / -2

I don't know man ... but the kids just inherited the parents ... that is why they are retarded .

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DontArkancideMeBro 4 points ago +4 / -0

The PILL gives women saggers while they are in their teens. My wife exclusively breastfed our kids and never got saggers.

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Zoggurat 0 points ago +2 / -2

There must be $aggerz disinfo out there.

If only those with $aggers knew how to change the polarity of their flapjacks.

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EagleI 5 points ago +5 / -0

Well, practically speaking, a lot of women return to work at 10 - 12 weeks. Most switch to formula at that point since they aren't there to physically breastfeed their child.

And why do they return to work? (Sure, some want to.) But most return because inflation and shennanigans have made everything cost more- from housing to cars to food and without an equally significant hike in wages.

Fuck Biden and his handlers.

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Aquamine-Amarine 2 points ago +2 / -0

That first question has already been answered many times, but the ignorant men on this forum refuse to listen. Some women just can't produce milk or the baby has a bad reaction to it and refuses to drink. Either because of a bad diet or some other medical issue.

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based_steakums 17 points ago +17 / -0

Our government is at war with the citizenry. It's as plain and simple as that.

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PhilosoGuido 1 point ago +1 / -0

"If we can't kill babies in the womb, we'll just starve them to death."

  • Democrats
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ironhansed 33 points ago +36 / -3

how many people have died from the shot? and how many babies died as a result of their mothers getting the shot? then you say only TWO babies died.. and SOME are in a hospital???? i bet they are in dem controlled cities the ones that got sick.... it was probably the water..... and how is that justification to shut down the LARGEST plant in the us? NO this is sabotage....

"If you are offended, good, you fucking truth-hating libtard."----- lmao projection.

you sound mad bro. have you donated to ukraine?

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Apersonofinterest 21 points ago +21 / -0

If it was just the baby formula, that would be one thing but it’s everything and it’s coordinated. It’s too many to be coincidence. Farmers paid not to grow. Fertilizer price hikes and shortages. Bill Gates owning all of the farmland. Food processing plant fires. Chicken Flu. Diesel fuel rising and low supply. Fuel reserves depleted. We are rapidly approaching FUCKED.

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Thaddaios 3 points ago +4 / -1

it was probably the water

It's the chemtrails actually

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Phillyberto 1 point ago +2 / -1

Shhhh that's the shit no one will talk about.

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Olds777 15 points ago +15 / -0

The FDA largely exonerated the company, but the FDA is still keeping the plant closed.

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ENormaStitz 9 points ago +9 / -0

Abbott Labs in Michigan make most of the baby formula in the whole country IIRC and they havent restarted production yet for some reason

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OneArmedViolinist 13 points ago +13 / -0

Mammary glands. If you are about to have your baby and you weren't planning on breastfeeding, please reconsider.

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DZP1 5 points ago +5 / -0

It may come to illegals who need money becoming wet nurses for citizens babies.

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Wien1938 13 points ago +14 / -1

Breastfeeding. Feed your child for free with the best nutrients known to science (they can't be replicated).

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Geralt_of_Rivia1 6 points ago +10 / -4

Formula is better than malnutrition

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BlackPillBot -6 points ago +1 / -7

It’s the same thing!!!

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schism 10 points ago +10 / -0

Can anyone speak in honest, plain English anymore?

We continue to make progress on corrective actions and will be implementing additional actions as we work toward addressing items related to the recent recall.

Often when I hear this verbose non-speak it ends up being a cover up for actual conspiracies.

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Zoggurat 9 points ago +16 / -7

That moment when you find out Freemasons run the entire show.

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conservativefrank 6 points ago +6 / -0

Who makes food so thinly spread? Who makes shots that leave you dead? We do! We dooooooooooooooooooo!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dSpOjj4YD8c

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Zoggurat 0 points ago +3 / -3

Who made you think your on a ball?

Who spies on kids, and tracks em' all?

Weeeee doooooooo.

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conservativefrank 1 point ago +1 / -0

Who makes us think the Earth is flat?

Who closes countries for a bat?'

We do! We doooooooooooooooooooooo!

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Zoggurat -2 points ago +1 / -3

Who said the moon was far away?

Who taught you to be ultra gay?

Weeee dooooo

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Building7 4 points ago +4 / -0

Around 50% of the Freemason lodges in America are at risk of shutting down in the next decade. They simply do not have the members that they used to and they are accepting everybody, and I mean literally everybody.

Even you, the person reading this post right now. If you want to join the club go petition. I don’t know who you are but i do know they will accept you, they are desperate.

Some states are doing master Mason in a day, where anyone who wants to join and pay for lodge dues can be a full fledged member in a day. Not the three year minimum from george washingtons time.

Want to test this? Search the grand lodge of your state, look at the people who run freemasonry there, then look them up on linkedin, you will be shocked how average they are. Go look at the parking lot of the local meeting, see how many rusted cars are parked in the “officers” reserved spaces.

And dont get me started on the 33 degree mason nonsense. Heres the secret, you can do “master mason in a day” one month, 32 degree mason means you watch a few plays over the weekend at the scottish rite, and 33 degree means you helped them run the plays for a few years.

Freemasonry is dead, its a joke, all this is verifiable by anyone reading this.

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Zoggurat 0 points ago +2 / -2

I know guys from the Philippines who said they got rejected there recently (3-5 years ago) so they can't be that desperate.

If you are talking the lowest levels of people, of course they have rusty cars lol.

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Building7 1 point ago +1 / -0

I can't speak for outside of America, but I do know the numbers here. The acceptance rate for petitions is over 93% with the only rejections coming from criminal records, incomplete petitions, or missing the interview.

I have seen initiations where there is an old obese man using a walker who is basically on deaths door and they forced him through just to get the numbers up. When I say they are desperate I mean it with a capital D. New masons seem to think there is a "secret level" of masonry or something if they stick with it but nope, if you stick with Masonry all you're getting is pasta dinners with fat old men who have no influence.

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Zoggurat -1 points ago +1 / -2

Were you once in there?

I know shriners are probably what most of these guys could hope at best to be after their scientology scam, but I can't write off the higher level guys who are " astronauts" and presidents. Even the father of current PM of canada is skull and bones, and his son wears skull n bones attire.

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Building7 1 point ago +1 / -0

Skull and Bones has nothing to do with Masonry. Shriners are a typical 60's fraternity whose endowments in the stock market went in the right direction. They have hospitals but they are not funded by members, the dues are 90/yr depending on the area. Most of their income is from grants and renting out their buildings.

As far as successful people who are masons, it seems silly to me. Certainly some ambitious people join masons because they think there are some connections to be had. But I have never seen an instance where a person could climb the ladder based on those connections. Those ambitious people would be successful on their own. A lot of them will pay their yearly dues but haven't been to meetings in decades. They also tend to be members of a lot of other more influential organizations, so to say they have success because of masonry (which is a joke organization) it not accurate.

I had access to the membership roles of a few lodges and there were people who you would consider successful, but it was nothing you couldn't find in something like a Harley Owners group. I really don't care if people like or dislike the masons, I'm only going over this because I don't want people chasing wild gooses thinking that freemasons are pulling strings when they haven't pulled any strings in at least 2 centuries.

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Zoggurat -1 points ago +1 / -2

I gotta be honest, I stopped taking you sincerely after the first sentence but I still read the rest. If you think all the knights of templar, skull n bones etc. Have nothing to do with the masons... You just are confused because they aren't all operating out of the same building.

Think of it like this. Sheriff has to work with FBI on some cases... They are obviously connected in some way.. Separate buildings, separate organisations....working together.

If you don't think an organization full of masons (nasa) that gets 55 million dollars a day aren't powerful or relevant, after faking space to 8 billion of us.....

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Building7 1 point ago +1 / -0

Then go verify things, go to the actual lodges and see for yourself. Put a petition in. Look them up on linkedin like i said.

There is nothing connecting skull and bones to masonic bodies. There is no NASA connection. The freemason stuff is misdirection. Or maybe the grand master has secret connections i dont know about, maybe after a few decades of his teaching in public schools he is controlling nasa from his 1700sf rancher in the suburbs. Seriously, connecting that guy with anything beyond pancake breakfasts would be comical.

Knights templar? Do you know how retarded that organization is? They are the fattest and most autistic of the masons. The head in our area is a gardener who just lost his business because he spends all his time dressing up.

Its a dead organization that is inhabited by mediocre larpers. I know these people. I know all the buildings and sub organizations. Look the leadership up in your area and get back to me.

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SouthernParadise 8 points ago +8 / -0

They needed a patsy for vaccine injuries to babies. Anybody investigate whether these babies who got sick were vaxed? Or exposed to people who were vaxed?

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CanadianMeathead 7 points ago +7 / -0

They shut down baby formula because 2 kids died.

Now do the vaccine.

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Verrerogo 7 points ago +7 / -0

https://www.motherlove.com/blogs/all/does-size-matter-how-breast-storage-capacity-can-affect-breastfeeding

Tandem Nursing - a nursing woman can nurse her friend's baby too, at the same time as her own baby. If the friend can't nurse or can't find formula, or is trying to relactate and hasn't managed to, yet.

https://www.verywellfamily.com/how-to-breastfeed-twins-together-4114638

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Wrexxis780 14 points ago +14 / -0

Anybody who does this should make sure their friend is very open about her medical history. Wouldn't want them to have any diseases that could be spread to a baby through breastmilk, such as the vax.

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LongDongDonald420x69 -6 points ago +1 / -7

...hopefully she's got enough room for me too

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DonttrustChina 7 points ago +7 / -0

They are engineering a food shortage. Next will come rationing, then linking the rationing to social credit. Expect it to be called something like "individual ESG score".

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AZHeath408 7 points ago +7 / -0

Well......if you look, throughout history and in every country, food shortages typically will force people to accept total government control. Does that explain it? Don't worry, Vilsack sentenced to hang. You don't have to read Real Raw News to understand that the vaccines, hyperinflation and food shortages are all ways to make the locals bend to your will and accept an all powerful overreaching totalitarian government. No surprise here. It's just a rehash of the Russian revolution, probably dreamed up by our favorite and newly departed commie pussy hat wearing liar Psaki. She had more control over Biden than people realize, especially as everybody around her went bye bye. now she go bye bye too. Good riddance. Dems are so unoriginal they just use the same playbook over and over. Oh I get it, that's why all our kids learn genders and f**king now instead of world history and civics. The current year is unbelievable.

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FFL07SOT02 6 points ago +6 / -0

Nothing to worry about. All is fine.

— Department of truth.

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Hardworkingdude 6 points ago +6 / -0

Less dependency on government, more dependency on Jesus. Problem solved. Jesus and us together, Won’t be stopped ever.

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NonyaDB 6 points ago +6 / -0

To be honest, it has to remain shut down until they've literally gone over every inch of the place to find where the source of the contamination is. Then they have to resolve it by getting rid of the contamination source and pretty much cleaning the entire place. Then they can start back up and even then the first thousand or so items off the line will be quarantined and randomly tested and then completely disposed of while the line is shut down before they can start up the lines and begin shipping again.
That shit takes time even before you throw in the government rules, regs, and bureaucracy into the mix.
Doesn't matter what the plant manager says, it's what the FDA wants that matters now and they probably want all that done first even IF the plant manager says they're not the source.

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n3IVI0 5 points ago +5 / -0

This is why, if it is at all possible, women need to breastfeed their babies. Your body can and will make enough food to feed that baby.

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MawaDeBlanco1 5 points ago +5 / -0

you do know this is patently false, right? the formula was recalled, as I posted several months ago (Im in the industry and warned people to stock up then). 3 babies died from tainted formula (bacterial infection). the plant is shut down for cleaning and disinfecting. this is normal. if you've ever worked in a GMP compliant medical facility, this is what happens, and happens routinely...fuck Biden, but he has nothing to do with this. Don't be gullible,

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StarveTheRINOs 4 points ago +4 / -0

C'mon all you baby-momma's... fight for your children, protest loudly outside of FDA administrators homes.

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justinkayz 4 points ago +4 / -0

"If we can't abort them, we'll just starve them" - jen nutsacki (probably)

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Triclopse 4 points ago +4 / -0

Breastfeed.

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IllKissYourBoobies 1 point ago +1 / -0

Okay. Thank you.

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LogicalPatriot 4 points ago +4 / -0

Reading the local news reporting for Abbott, which owns the affected plant in Sturgis Michigan, they're still shut down because they have not finished applying tbe full list of corrective actions.

The reasoning for why it's taking so long to apply the CAs is never provided, but Abbott itself as of 3 days ago said they're still shut down in Sturgis and are still attempting to correct the problems per guidance.

Anyone who states that Abbott is saying they're good to go but it's the FDA of holding them back is a simply a liar. Abbott is stating that they themselves are not ready to resume production.

Read local news outlets or geese, I dunno, call Abbott yourselves or some shit. I did this during the 'pandemic'. I called hospitals asking for bed count and ER wait times. It's how I knew it was all bullshit.

You should do the same.

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ApexVeritas -1 points ago +1 / -2

What? Have you never seen companies and individuals go along with corruption before? As an example, farmers do it all the time by spraying all of our produce with chemical sprays which end up in all of the products we consume, because they make more money by selling more crop, and because many sprays (like glyphosate) act as a dessicant, so they can harvest their entire crop at the same time. Out of pure convenience and greed, farmers are literally poisoning everyone. They hand wave away their responsibility, of course, by quoting from government and globalists funded "studies" which say everything's fine and dandy. Another example is open borders and mass immigration. Lots of people on the right say they're against it, but in reality they get kick backs from big companies who benefit from it, from an increased pool of cheap labor. The world is filled with these examples.

There's no way in hell that all of these shortages are a coincidence. Many other people are involved than just the globalists. Never believe the official story. Gain a basic understanding of human behavior and motovation, and a healthy knowledge of confirmed conspiracy theories, and the world begins to make a lot more sense beyond the lies that are reported in the news.

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80960KA 4 points ago +7 / -3

Do women not have tits any more

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ENormaStitz 3 points ago +5 / -2

No. They chopped them all off and got bolt-ons to please all you guys who like big fake tits

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80960KA 5 points ago +5 / -0

Where did you get the impression I like big fake tits. If I'm buying a Honda Civic I want one with a nice factory trim package, not one that's been modified by a ricer kid and looks retarded.

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Flipakademsarepedos 4 points ago +4 / -0

Unfuckingbelievable!!!!! The planned depopulation is in full effect!!!!!!!

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AnPrim 4 points ago +4 / -0

There is only one way out of this.

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DRKMSTR 3 points ago +3 / -0

Or maybe the government is entirely dysfunctional when there are no leaders.

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knnbccb 3 points ago +3 / -0

"Your babies will drink nothing and be happy."

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Yet-I-Rise-Covfefe 3 points ago +3 / -0

Which billionaire homopedo owns the Abott plant?

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Geralt_of_Rivia1 0 points ago +1 / -1

It is a publicly traded company without any individual large shareholders. The largest individual investor is Miles White who owns 3.1 million of the 1.7 billion outstanding shares.

https://www.campaignmoney.com/political/contributions/miles-white.asp?cycle=16

Supported Jeb Bush in the primaries. Straight R campaign contributions.

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malthael 3 points ago +3 / -0

Rise up and fight back or sit back and fall, your choice Americans

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LetsgoBrandon24 3 points ago +3 / -0

And, they will "expedite the production process." So, no checks/balances for quality control? Use unapproved sources for ingredients? Skip the currently required auditing sessions?

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Oldworldpatriot 3 points ago +3 / -0

Just breastfeed. Problem solved. Skip the artificial garbage.

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Cantshadowbanthemall 3 points ago +3 / -0

Question for any other scientists (active or former): why do they advertise generally harmful Oleic acid levels in formula?

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ghettometal 3 points ago +3 / -0

Remember? The same shit happened already in China during their three week-lockdown

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rufrignkidnme 3 points ago +4 / -1

what happened to all them titties?.. OH, so the left is trying to get the rna changes into children by getting rid of formula and forcing women to feed their kids the old fashion way to pass it to them.

God damn these motherfuckers are evil. Evil should be killed.

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Joe_Snow 0 points ago +1 / -1

😳🤯

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ShitOnMyChest 2 points ago +2 / -0

Y'all never heard of breast milk?

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BumpForTrump 2 points ago +2 / -0

Meanwhile, vaccines are killing people left & right, don't shut those down.

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glow-operator-2-0 2 points ago +2 / -0

So, still like paying taxes?

Just stop filing with the IRS.

Do it every year until it's abolished.

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viking65 2 points ago +2 / -0

Conspiracy, the vaccine goes through breakfeeding into the baby like the pfizer documents claim might happen.
Baby formula reduces the amount of breastfeeding.

Lol, I hate baby formula but I like this conspiracy. (Don't think its true)

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unred 2 points ago +4 / -2

Without formula the babies will starve!

But wait, how did babies manage before there was formula?

Mash up some potatoes, give the kid a peeled banana. Give them some whole milk. They'll be fine. If anything they'll be healthier for it.

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ironhansed 8 points ago +8 / -0

...... their bodies cant process those foods when they are just born..... they can only absorb nutrients not digest food..

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Verrerogo 8 points ago +8 / -0

At nine months, sure.

Before that, no.

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Dallasguy 2 points ago +2 / -0

Dumbest fucking shit ever. Humans too fucking stupid to feed their babies because of some retarded wives tale deserves to lose their children.

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Fignugent -9 points ago +4 / -13

sorry ladies, there's a formula shortage going on, so ima need all C cups and under to take a hike

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Verrerogo 11 points ago +11 / -0

It's not size, it's what's inside the breast:

https://www.motherlove.com/blogs/all/does-size-matter-how-breast-storage-capacity-can-affect-breastfeeding

A big fat breast does not necessarily have a lot of milk gland inside. A smaller breast can produce a lot, if it is emptied very frequently.

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Fignugent -9 points ago +4 / -13

hey i don't come around ruining YOUR dreams, do i?

doctor buttinski

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Thaddaios 4 points ago +4 / -0

this was a funny interaction. XD

Honestly made me tear up laughing.

Reminds me of old school chinz days haha thanks for the laugh you 2.

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Verrerogo 3 points ago +3 / -0

You are probably generally right.

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The_Yakuza 4 points ago +4 / -0

Same way people managed before modern medicine and procedures. They died, had lasting debilities or lived a short life for the most part lmao. My parents where to broke back in the day to formula feed me when my mother couldn’t produce milk. They gave me a mixture of fruit and vegetable juices. Now as an adult my digestive system is pretty jacked up lol. Oh well

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Geralt_of_Rivia1 3 points ago +4 / -1

But wait, how did babies manage before there was formula?

Babies starved.

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sully 2 points ago +2 / -0

No explanation?

I was under the impression the plant had a contamination and had to shut down. The problem is no other plant had been asked to pick up the slack. We were able to convert automotive factories to manufacture ventilators for a fake pandemic but we can't ask Kraft to make some fucking formula? Like...???

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Perhelion 2 points ago +2 / -0

Abbott Labs? The same one that worked with Trump to create the 15 minute at home rapid covid test? This could be a political retribution thing here too. Only Pfizer, J&J, and Moderna may have been approved for the government grift.

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JKramer 2 points ago +2 / -0

If only mothers were equipped with something specifically designed to feed their babies.

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memepoon 1 point ago +1 / -0

Some women don’t produce enough or baby has a special dietary need :(