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Chasing Antelopes

Publish date:
October 25, 2017
Chasing Antelopes

At a critical point in his long and distinguished medical career, Dr Willcourt became alarmed at the increasing resistance of the medical profession to new ideas, as the institutionalization of medical dogma - proclaimed by paid experts - took hold. As a result, medicine today barely escapes the definition of being a racket.

For many readers, Chasing Antelopes is going to be disarming to say the least. While the author does not try to be controversial for the sake of argument, he does want the reader to see how we are being manipulated by the governments and industry giants of the world, to swallow the 'opium pill' of distorted science, and sink into a state of blunted, unquestioning consciousness about so many facets of our lives, from our health to our environment, a pill which is in fact, malignant propaganda.

For example, current medical practice says that if you don't sleep well, if you have a low sex drive, or if you are feeling a little off color, then you must be depressed and so you need to take anti-depressants, at the very least. What rubbish!

The writing of Chasing Antelopes was driven by the author's frustration at seeing the once vibrant curiosity and willingness, in the medical profession, to try out new ideas for disorders that didn't fit stock standard criteria, become senile and fossilized and therefore ignored - or worse, actively stamped out.

Let's begin this journey now together to search for ways to change those things that we can control, and to develop effective strategies for protecting ourselves from the ones we cannot.

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Human Predatory Pattern
Killing animals larger in weight than humans - a rare occurrence for carnivores. Generally means hunting mammoths and other large fat megafauna.
Facultative Carnivore
Facultative Carnivore describes the concept of animals that are technically omnivores but who thrive off of all meat diets. Humans may just be facultative carnivores - who need no plant products for long-term nutrition.
Hunter-gatherer societies refer to a way of life that prevailed for most of human history, where people relied on hunting wild animals, fishing, and gathering edible plants, fruits, and nuts for their subsistence. This lifestyle was common before the development of agriculture around 10,000 years ago.
Carnivore Diet
The carnivore diet involves eating only animal products such as meat, fish, dairy, eggs, marrow, meat broths, organs. There are little to no plants in the diet.
Ketogenic Diet
The ketogenic diet involves eating high fat, low carbs, and moderate protein. To be in ketosis, one must eat less than 20 grams of carbohydrates per day.
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