Contributing Writer: Eric Jonathan Brewer
Everybody does it but nobody likes to talk about it. 3 times a day is normal. 3 times a week is not. To the left is a picture of the “full of shit” intestines of a very dead 500 pound man. To the right is a picture of “meat eating” intestinal worms removed from the intestines of a 25 year old meat eating bodybuilder. The reality is that if the stuff you’re eating isn’t moving out of your intestines it’s staying, decaying and growing stuff as it gets all packed up inside them guts.
Let’s do the math. If 3 times a week is normal, then every year you move your bowels about 1095 times. If you’re only moving them 3 times a week you’re going 156 times a year. That means you’re “missing” 939 dumps a year. That’s just this year. You didn’t just start shitting 3 times a week. You’ve been doing it for years. So over a 10 year period you’ve missed 9039 dumps. Over 20 years … 18,078 missing dumps. Talk about being full of shit. That’s how you get intestines like the one in the picture on the left and worms like those on the right.
I ain’t finished with you yet. Don’t turn your eyes. Your body is 98.6 degrees “warm.” The cows, chickens and pigs you eat have been dead for days by the time you buy parts of their bodies from the grocer. So their body parts have already begun to decompose. You and I both know that’s why grocers list dates on the packages to let you know when to toss them. So now you stick already decomposing meat in your gut and let it sit forever; especially you 3 day a week or less “shitters” who aren’t drinking a half to one gallon of water a day.
Now that your guts are full and the stuff inside is not moving, all types of other stuff grows up in you. Did you think the meat was going to stop decomposing after you ate it? At 98.6 degrees your guts are now operating like an incubator. Thanks to your water-less drinking habits and your excessive consumption of animal body parts, and your failure to eat anything that grows in the ground, you’ve given critters like those intestinal worms a never ending supply of nutrients to make them happy.
You get bigger and bigger, and so do the critters. You also get sicker and sicker. Diabetes, heart disease, diverticulitis, diverticulosis, hypertension, cancer and anything else you can name. Your physicians and the pharmaceutical companies get big paychecks off your simple-assed refusal to use the fingers on your left or right hand to control what goes in your mouth.
When I “volunteered” (that’s because I didn’t make any money) at Jonathan’s Street Food, I sold brown rice, steamed vegetables, sauteed boneless, skinless chicken breast or thigh meat, with six sauces that featured “healing” herbs like curry, turmeric, cumin, ginger and more. Low sodium, high in fiber, no more than 800 calories. I figured since I had the power to create a menu, I wasn’t going to sell people food I didn’t eat. I met cooks from other restaurants whose doctors wouldn’t let them eat what they prepared for their customers. My question was always, “If you can’t eat it then why are you selling it to your customers?” Ever since I owned a restaurant I’ve stopped eating out unless it’s absolutely necessary.
I encouraged my customers to drink anywhere from half a gallon to a gallon of water a day. I do about a gallon. Not pop, not coffee, not juice, not tea, not liquor …. water! Our bodies are about 94 percent fluid. Water keeps everything moving, especially when you eat meals that contain 25 to 45 percent fiber. My three to five day a week customers, those who made my meal their main meal, lost an average of 14 to 20 pounds in two months, most of it from simply eliminating all the non-moving shit from their intestines. They also experienced lower blood pressure, cholesterol and sugar readings.
85 percent of all diabetes and Alzheimer’s patients in the world come from the U.S. and Western Europe. Africans and Asians – two rice and whole grain eating peoples – make up the other 15 percent. They eat 500 pounds of rice a year and we eat 20. I eat brown, red or black rice (get the red and black rice grains from your Asian supermarkets) loaded with mixed vegetables about five days a week. Curry and turmeric, not salt and pepper, are staple spices in their daily diets. I eat small, sauteed, chopped up pieces of chicken only as a garnish, not as a main meal. DO NOT EAT WHITE RICE.
Up until the 1970’s African Americans were smaller than they are today. Heart disease and diabetes wasn’t as prevalent then as it is today in that community. Today, oh well, just remember the guy with the titties in the picture of my NAACP post.
Stay out of the fried chicken shacks that have opened all over Cleveland. Do you think the Palestinian and Lebanese merchants selling it eat that shit? They go home and eat their traditional meals with rice, lentils, onions, grape leaves and other stuff that’s good for the body. Look up a recipe for mujaddara. Encourage them to sell that instead of fried chicken, fried fish, fried mushrooms, fried cheese and all that bullshit.
I won’t leave you hanging. Try these three recipes from Jonathan’s Street Food. Also take a look at recipes from some of the African and Asian nations, especially the soups. Just don’t think about me when you’re taking a shit.
West African Sweet Potato Soup.
Ingredients are as follows …
2 tablespoons of granulated garlic
1 tablespoon of chilli powder – mild
1 tablespoon of curry
1 teaspoon of cumin
1 teaspoon of tumeric
1 teaspoon of ginger
1/4 teaspoon of cayenne
2 tablespoons of lemon juice
3 tablespoons of honey
Chop the following into bite sized chunks. Large sweet potato, onion, celery, bell pepper, tomato (tomatoes come diced in a can from Aldi’s for 50 cents). Place in a soup pot and add two tablespoons of either canola oil or extra virgin olive oil. Add one small can of tomato paste, which Aldi’s has for about 30 cents a can. Two cans of the small tomato paste cans will add to the thickness and a little sweeter flavor, and there’s only 20 milligrams of salt in each can. Add about two quarts of water.
Walmart has a bag of red chilis that I like to buy and chop into small pieces. Get the ones that are more dried looking instead of the smooth chilis because the smooth ones don’t break down well. They come out tasting like cellophone, so make sure if you use the red chilis you get the wrinkled ones. They really add to the flavor. I’d cut up at least three and put them in the pot with the vegetables.
Stir everything together before you put it on the heat and taste it. I like mine a little on the sweeter and hotter side with the honey, tomato paste and cayenne, and I like the stock to be a little thicker, so I add more tomato paste and honey. I don’t want it sweet like sugar, but more of a pleasant undertone to it.
Let everything cook on medium heat for about 45 minutes to an hour or until the sweet potatoes are soft enough to eat without being mushy. This is a really great meal over brown rice.
Try this recipe for brown rice.
Add about a tablespoon of curry, garlic granules, chilli powder and fresh cilantro to a about five cups of brown rice in a sautee pan with a little extra virgin olive or canola oil and let it cook. You can add LOTS of diced onions, green peppers, tomatoes, corn, peas, carrots if you like. But cook this up and pour the sweet potato soup over it and your stomach will be humming. This is a very good meal.
For the Coconut curry sauce
Get a can of coconut milk and pour it into a saucepan with one can of water. Add one can of tomato paste. Stir in one tablespoon of curry, one tablespoon of garlic granules, one tablespoon of chili powder and one teaspoon of cumin. You can make the sauce thicker by adding another can of tomato paste and about a half can of water. Salt too taste, but not too much, and add little cayenne or black pepper if you want. You an actually leave the salt out if you choose. This is great over brown rice or by itself.
Aldi’s has a frozen vegetable medley that includes broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, water chestnuts for about $1.50. I add a little more curry to generate more heat with this meal. The curry is great for you.