πŸ”’ Premium – BNC#5: “By evolution or creation, humans were designed to eat fat and protein” – Prof. Tim Noakes

Professor Tim Noakes’ presentation at the BizNews Conference in March detailed the failures of medical science and the imitation scientists who fervently serve at the behest of “The Science”. Noakes’ grasp of the complexities of the ongoing yet unseen pandemics of diabetes and obesity, as well as the evolutionary explanation of humans being designed to eat fat and protein, exemplified a perfect marriage between incontrovertible comprehension and the kind of simplicity only critical thought and accuracy could inform. The combination of higher-order thinking questions posed by delegates and Noakes’ discerning and informative responses prompted a profoundly valuable discussion. Albert Einstein would have applauded and thanked Noakes for demonstrating the degree of understanding referred to in one of his prolific quotes: If you can’t explain it to a six-year-old, you don’t understand it yourself.” – Nadya Swart

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See timestamped topics below:

  • 00:00 Tim Noakes on purported incidences of people dying after cutting out carbohydrates and how he deals with this kind of criticism
  • 01:48 On the number of books he reads and owns
  • 02:10 On human beings having evolved to eat fat and protein
  • 04:33 On the reason the low-carb diet took off the way it has
  • 04:59 The history behind the term ‘banting’
  • 08:27 On disproving the “immortal marathon runners’ hypothesis
  • 08:55 On academic funding switching from government to industry in the 1980s and how this has compromised scientific integrity
  • 11:28 On the link between insulin resistance and mental disorders
  • 13:54 On the misconceptions around and demonisation of cholesterol
  • 15:37 On food addiction and its role as a primary obstacle to the prevention of diabetes reversal
  • 17:27 The backstory behind insulin injections being used to treat diabetes
  • 19:42 On the significance of the microbiome and gut bacteria, particularly their effect on overall health, being overlookedΒ 

Excerpts from the BNC#5 Q&A with Professor Tim Noakes

Tim Noakes on human beings’ evolutionary design

You either believe that God created humans in this format and animals in a different form, or you believe that we evolved. It doesn’t make any difference what you believe. But what we know is our body is designed to eat fat and protein. That’s what it’s evolved to do. If you want the evolutionary explanation, you go back two million years, three million years, when humans were killing elephants, rhinoceroses, and hippopotami. That’s what they were eating. And we’ve got the evidence, and I could have shown it to you. 

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What they look for is cut marks on bone. So they find these fossilised bones where they know humans or pre-humans have existed. And the most recent paper was again, two weeks ago, where they found that hippopotami were killed by Paranthropus, which, if you believe the evolutionary story, Paranthropus existed on the planet 3 million years ago, and Paranthropus was not massive. Probably about five feet, maybe a bit more. They were killing hippopotamus. And the evidence is absolutely clear. 

And what happened? Humans ate these very fat animals, and I’ll explain why, perhaps, until we got rid of all of them. So that is the reason you don’t see big fat animals anymore or big fat antelope because they were wiped out by humans, and then we had to find a substitute, and carbohydrates were the substitute. But our body wasn’t designed to cope with carbohydrates – with this glucose load.

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We’re designed to metabolise the protein and the fat gently and absorb it without getting these spikes, which cause insulin, which causes obesity and diabetes. So that’s how we evolved, or that’s how we were created. And so you got to understand. And if you’re not prepared to read back on the history of how humans were created or evolved, you’re going to miss the story completely. And that’s what happens. That’s why imitation scientists don’t bother because they’re being paid to give a different story. 

On academic funding switching from government to industry in the 1980s and how this has compromised scientific integrity

In the 1980s, the funding of universities changed from being provided by government to being provided by industry. And if you get them – because I was deeply involved in this, raising money for doing carbohydrate research, and 20% of the money we raised went to the university and to the faculty. And the faculty used that to keep the faculty going. And that’s great because they do provide services, and they should take the 20%.

But the problem is they become very dependent on that 20% to keep their standards up. Now, if that 20% comes from industry that wants to influence the professors to say certain things, [the situation] becomes very difficult. In my case, when I said that diabetes is a pandemic and we need to stop it and then got attacked by the professors who are deeply involved in the pharmaceutical industry, you have to ask, “Were they being told to attack me, or did they do it because they thought I was a threat to South Africa’s health? 

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