I moved from the City 3 years ago to the Off Grid Jungle (life update)

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If someone told me, say, 5 years ago, that in 2019 I would live off-grid in the jungle with a man from Sweden, I would’ve laughed out loud. I wouldn’t have believed it. But you know what? It happened. And 3 and a half years later we are living our dream. I will not sugarcoat this though, the off-grid lifestyle can be tough, and in the past, I’ve been close to quitting. Monsoonal rains, cyclone winds, the isolation, insects, living disagreements, unreliable internet. There are undeniable challenges.

So, you are probably thinking - then why the heck are you living like that?

Well, there are many reasons. I lived in the city for 20 years and I know most of you do too. City-life is pushed as the most desirable lifestyle and as a result more than half the world's population now lives in cities or towns. Sure, it’s fast-paced, exciting, stimulating and convenient for some things, however, it comes at a price.  This high-stress environment is also a place of immense spiritual burnout. The instant gratification lifestyle leaves us highly vulnerable and with an unhealthy dependency on an unstable system.

The expansion of Urbanization is also obliterating important ecosystems. It’s turning densely forested areas rich with wildlife into dry polluted concrete jungles. Not only do I value my health and want to eat the highest quality food but I see a problem spending the rest of my life dependent on others for my food. Over 4 billion people are reliant on an unsustainable environmentally destructive system that is heading for collapse. Cities are bursting at the seams. The food forest we are growing is an investment in our future, not only ours but also the human species, non-human animals and the planet. 

As individuals, we must start planning for the future.

You’ve probably never thought about this, but, what you would do if there was no food on the shelves or water in the taps? How would you flush your toilet? How would you shower? What would you do if your country was suddenly at war? History shows us that cities are the worst place to be if war breaks out. It's important to think about this at least once in your life. I’m not saying it will happen and I hope it doesn’t, however, it is possible. These are some real possibilities as the climate changes as we chop more and more forest down for animal agriculture and urbanization.  

Every year we plant more fruits and vegetables and every year we harvest more fruit and save more money. We become healthier as we live the most ecological animal-friendly lifestyle possible. Eventually, we would have paid back the initial cost of the land through the savings we make from eating from the land. Although most people don’t like to admit it, fruit is, and always will be, the healthiest, most nutritious food on the planet for humans. And, after destroying my health for years, my priority is to be my healthiest. 

Depending on the time of the year we now eat most our calories from our food forest. We are growing huge bunches of bananas, some weighing as much as a child. These organic homegrown bunches are natural; no fertilizers, no chemicals. A bunch like this can last us weeks and save up to $100, that’s including driving to the supermarket to purchase organic.  We have to pick them a little earlier to avoid fruit fly stings. We always leave some fruit on for the insects and animals to encourage a healthy ecosystem.

The human species originated in a warm tropical climate in the equatorial regions of the world. This is the environment where tropical fruits grow all year round. When the fruit isn't dropping we freeze fruits for times of scarcity. You may think, well I don’t live in a tropical place so I couldn’t do this. That isn’t true. As stated, the tropics suits your frugivore genetics best, however, you can still create your own little food forest paradise on as little as 1/2 acre of land in a colder climate. You can then store and preserve fruits for times of lack. Obviously some countries are harder than others but there are regions throughout America where this can be done.

You may think, well lucky you for having this abundance. No. Luck has nothing to do with it. Hard work, consistent focus, and education do. There are many reasons I prioritized living in the tropics. Growing my own food was a major one but also because I educated myself and discovered we are frugivores.

It’s so important humans eat an abundance of fruit every day and I will cover this more on my new channel: the frugivore. 

So, yeh, we are frugivores, which means we are members of a family of animals physiologically designed to get most of our calories from fruit. There are many important vitamins and minerals contained within fruits, many we don’t know about, some we do. One of utmost importance is vitamin C which is crucial for normal physiological function in our human body’s.

Like other frugivorous primates, humans cannot synthesize vitamin C so it is crucial we get plenty of vitamin C from our food. And, unsurprisingly, the best and highest source of vitamin C for humans is fruit. Science now recognises the importance of increasing vitamin C intake. Recent research has shown that based on the literature the RDA for vitamin C should be more than doubled to 200 mg a day. That means a lot of westerners, for instance, are Vitamin C deficient or on the borderline. This deficiency can be lead to serious health problems. 

Vitamin C deficiency is connected with anaemia, infections, bleeding gums, scurvy, poor wound healing, capillary haemorrhage, atherosclerotic plaques and neurotic disturbances. If you have a concern about collagen production and slowing down ageing then optimal vitamin C is crucial. Some of you might be like: "well, I have a healthy high carb whole food cooked vegan diet: with rice, pasta, oats, almond milk, tahini, seitan, tofu and cooked veggies. I have my one banana a day and a small salad." Well, the grains don’t contain any Vitamin C, nor do tofu, seitan, tahini and depending on how you cook your veggies you could lose up to 100% of Vitamin C. Why? Because Vitamin C is a heat-sensitive vitamin, meaning it is often destroyed during cooking. So again this points towards the importance of eating raw fruits and vegetables for optimal vitamin C intake. Most westerners get very little raw foods and particularly fruits in their diets. We often see reduced bioavailability of in stress, alcohol intake, smoking, fever, viral illnesses, usage of antibiotics, painkillers, exposure to petroleum products or carbon monoxide, heavy metals toxicity and so on. 

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Alyse Parker did not do a 30 day Carnivore challenge - Freelee exposes the truth

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Alyse Parker just uploaded a video “I tried the Carnivore Diet for 30 days (ex-vegan)”. So, today we are going to talk about this dangerous and unlawful video posted by Alyse parker.  For those of you who don’t know this plant-based poser's history, and association with veganism, then check out my two previous videos on Alyse. In them I expose her tendency to lie compulsively. Here is Part 1 and Part 2. Here is the video I am referring to in this blog post. 

https://youtu.be/BFtFo1iPGMY

Okay, let's get into this carnviore video. The video is not only deficient in science (and fibre), but also actual content. It starts with this repetitive mainstream commercial beat that is designed to stick in your head, to help information retention. Within the first 5 seconds I could tell it was filmed by a professional camera crew. Alyse slaps down this huge slab of factory farmed animal flesh, and because she is a frugivore, not a carvnivore, she starts off by salting the meat intensely to disguise the taste of decomposing flesh. She then whacks it on the bbq as every natural carnivore does. We then see the beginning of her fraudulent behaviour as she starts to eat a different cut of meat from what was cooked on the BBQ. She puts one piece of flesh in her mouth, and that is it. This is the LAST time we see her cook or even begin to eat any meat. That’s because she didn’t do the challenge and I'll get to that later.

Firstly though, I want to point out the fact that Alyse is just a paid actress in a commercial brought to you by this unethical company: Butcherbox. A company whose CEO has made 30 million dollars in just two years furthering animal exploitation in the world. A company that has an abysmal reputation and alarming reviews on yelp which we will get to later. In one year they also paid out over 1 million dollars in commissions to affiliates like Alyse. 

But what is of must relevance here is that the company and Alyse are breaking FTC influencer advertising laws and potentially consumer rights laws within this video. And if she doesn’t take it down then her and butcherbox risk being sued by not only the Federal Trading Commission but also individuals or groups who have taken on the challenge. That’s right. The FTC is going after US influencers in a big way. These laws are in place to protect consumers from people like Alyse and companies like Butcherbox who use deceptive misleading marketing techniques to promote dangerous products and services to the public for money. Butcherbox already pulled up for deceptive advertising and a dishonest subscription service (class action details) and now, it seems, they are at it again. 

Recently the FTC released updated guidelines outlining rules around paid sponsorships and as we know Alyse doesn’t research anything therefore she is not complying with those rules. The FTC is very clear about what is required of influencers and the importance of not misleading or withholding information from viewers. It is not enough to state that you are being sponsored for the video by just slipping it into the description box, you need to state within the first 30 seconds that the video is sponsored by the company and ideally state that you are receiving money from the company. The goal here is that the viewer must be fully aware they are viewing an AD. 

About half-way through the video Alyse finally begins to advertise the company but in a deceptive way. She doesn’t disclose being paid by them but rather says, “so I teamed up with butcherbox” as if disclosing the fact that she was paid for this video. No. “Teaming up” is not disclosing to your audience that you are being paid to make this video and promote this product to them and it is breaking the FTC rules. So, if she doesn’t remove the video then she is going to have big problems which brings us to the next point which ties in with the potential litigation issues she faces.

Alyse makes a number of unverified claims throughout the video like “It (the carnivore diet) has been shown to help relieve the symptoms of from many illnesses such as auto immunity, fatigue, obesity, inflammatory diseases, and more”. This is a bald-faced lie, and she cites no reputable sources to support the claim. She shows infographics without citing any scientific references. There's no scientific research to support that an all-meat diet would benefit your health in any way at all but there is a plethora of research confirming a high intake of meat increases one’s risk for a range of diseases and premature death. So, under the payment of ButcherBox. Alyse is promoting a challenge that is dangerous and can potentially kill a consumer.

For example, lets take consumer, Jane for instance. Jane has a pre-existing heart condition, she watches Alyse’s video and decides to take on this ‘carnivore’ challenge. Jane buys and eats the amount of meat necessary to sustain herself on this challenge (from butcherbox) say at least 2100 calories a day for a woman for 30 days which would make it around 60.000 calories or more from meat. Alyse said she consumed 80% from butcherbox during the time so say that would be around 50.000 calories from animal flesh from the company. Which is an extremely dangerous amount of saturated animal fat and protein for a start. Half-way through the challenge Jane has a heart attack and dies (which is highly possible) then Jane’s family can quite reasonably sue Alyse, and the company, for omitting important warnings about the dangers of an all meat diet and making false claims. These fallacious unverified statements may increase potential sales of the product. Not only the family, but the FTC, or the attorney general.

Alyse awkwardly compares this challenge to not washing her hair for a month or going off social media for 30 days. No Alyse it is not the same. You are quite literally endangering peoples lives and furthering animal exploitation and encouraging the rapid depletion of the planets resources with your recommendations. This is NOT the same as going poo-free.

Some risks Alyse omitted in her video for example, from the cancer council: Science has confirmed the consumption of 700 grams or more (raw weight) of red meat a week increases your risk of bowel cancer. That the risk of developing bowel cancer goes up 1.18 times for every 50 grams of processed meat eaten per day. Alyse is promoting bacon and other cured meat in the video, a class one carcinogen.

The World Health Organization has classified processed meats including ham, bacon, salami and frankfurts as a Group 1 carcinogen (known to cause cancer). Eating processed meat increases your risk of bowel and stomach cancer. Red meat, such as beef, lamb and pork, has been classified as a Group 2A carcinogen which means it probably causes cancer.

The legal issue here is that these unverified statements are not only false, and potentially damaging to the public, but they increase potential sales of the product in a deceptive way. This in turn increases profits for the company.

Here is a break down of Alyse’s unlawful behaviour:

  • She didn’t disclose that she was being paid for the video within the actual video (first 30 seconds) which by law she has to.
  • She didn’t tick the ‘paid promotion’ box on youtube.
  • She acted in a deceptive way by claiming to be giving viewers a special ‘gift’ from her to entice them to buy the product when it was just a discount from the company which she actually receives as a kick back from every purchase of these torture box. Here is her affiliate marketing page.
  • Butcherbox states in their affiliate marketing TOS, “Disclosures should be made in the same medium as the claim (e.g., video, text)”. Alyse did not disclose in the video that she was being paid. Only in the description.
  • She omitted important information in the video warning the viewer or consumer of the potential dangers of undertaking a diet like this.
  • She misled viewers by claiming false benefits of a health product/ service that is not backed by scientific evidence
  • As for the Youtube TOS goes she is also promoting a phoney cure.

SO, Alyse films a ‘day 1’ where she supposably gives away all her high fibre foods. She even looks sad as she gives away fruit. She then says she is setting clear guidelines and proceeds to buy meats cured in plants. The beef and bison cured meats have dried cherries, cranberries, plants, plants, carbs. The wild smoked salmon from ducktrap is prepared with cane sugar, more plants, more carbs. So, yeh, she claimed the challenge she was doing had zero carbs but again she is lying. 

Alyse then explains why she will be including some ‘comforts’ into this challenge. Hang on, this is meant to be a carnivore challenge she said at the start.  There you have it. Before the challenge even starts Alyse fails and has plant stimulants (macha and coffee) and we know why right? Because no carbs = no energy = addicted to caffeine. 

She then suddenly jumps from day 1 to day 10 where she starts talking to the camera with a heavy filter on. Day 10, Hang on, not one bit of footage from the whole ten days? We didn’t see this carnivore eat one piece of meat. Therefore, the first supposed 5 days she was also eating dairy, and if Alyse cared to research she would have discovered that dairy contains lactose which is a sugar, which is a carbohydrate. So she was eating carbs all along if she actually even did 5 days.

Alyse then leads into her introduction of butcherbox by pretending to care about animals and the environment by speaking about the horrors of factory farming. This ironically is coming from a girl supposedly eating animals for 30 days straight.  ALYSE, please stop pretending to give a fuck about animals, your covers been blown, we know you don't. 

So, this Butcherbox company is highly suspect. They claim to source ‘grass-fed grass-finished’ beef and make ambiguous claims like 'high quality, humanely raised, no antibiotics or hormones ever' but when you look on their website they provide no evidence of this. Their beef does not have any certification from anyone, not even certified organic, nothing. And what raises my suspicions even more about their grass-finished claims is that they declare the beef they source is from Australia. Where I live. For one, this is a way to avoid any scrutiny by the USDA about their grass fed claims. Although the USDA largely doesn’t even verify grass fed claims and instead lets farms “self-certify” their own beef. Which of course is ridiculous as it is unregulated. And the government no longer has an official definition of the term 'grass-fed,' or ‘grass finished’ which means it’s a free for all and anyone can call their cattle grass fed and grass finished and don’t have to provide any evidence of this at all. 

And If it is true that the Butcherbox meat is from Australia then the air miles are another contradiction to their ‘sustainable’ local claims. Butchberbox continues to make vague claims on the site like “Besides being delicious, the health benefits of eating grass-fed, grass-finished meat are abundant.” And then of course they list no health benefits anywhere. Because there aren't any.

So im calling bullshit on the grass-finished claims. I believe it’s factory farmed just like over 99% of food animals in the USA... But, even if it was true, these poor exploited animals still end up in the house of slaughter at a fraction of their life span so uneducated puppets like Alyse can line their pockets with blood-money.

We then suddenly jump to day 23! This girl appears to have no conscience, she doesn’t give two shits about lying to her long term viewers if it means she makes the cash. She boasts about having abs due to starving herself through intermittent fasting. Not impressive Alyse. It's just water loss which you will gain back. I have abs and have done for over a decade. I’m averaging 2500 calories a day from a high carb vegan diet, no starvation, no coffee comforts, no animal exploitation.

Then, from day 23 we are swiftly on day 30. Look, this is a scam. She didn’t show one piece of meat the entire time and now the challenge is supposedly over.  Alyse says she lost around 2lbs in the 30 days. Actually the scales say 1.5 lbs. I'm immediately drawn to her toe nails right now as her nail polish looks very similar to day 1, same colour, scuffed, just looks a little too similar to me.

Alyse then shows this strange before and after comparison where she looks exactly the same, but she stood further away in the after, what to appear smaller? This is one of the strangest before and afters I’ve seen. My bet is she didn’t want to display side by side because it will show that she looks exactly the same because this wasn’t filmed over 30 days it was filmed more like over 2 days and possibly 5 at the most. Think about it, do you think Alyse is going to look EXACTLY the same after 30 days eating ONLY steaks, bacon, eggs, salmon and cured meats? Of course not. 

She then goes onto lie about the benefits and claims to having better focus without supposedly any carbs when the brain requires 25% of the body’s glucose for fuel. More fuel than the rest of the body. She then talks to this Mikhaila Peterson of The Lion Diet who pushes this rebranded version of the carnivore diet. She forgets to mention that Mikhaila's mum is apparently dying of kidney disease connected with this dreadful carnivore diet.

 Alyse then says this at the end “as always I will keep you updated on my diet after this challenge is over”… hang on a second but the challenge is already over, isn’t it Alyse?? If we back up a few moments she said the challenge was already over. Busted Alyse. 

So, it’s pretty obvious she just filmed this on the same day with the camera crew.  She didn’t do this challenge; no footage of her cooking, eating or anything, virtually no weight change, looks exactly the same, suspicious nail polish, kitchen looks the same. Nope. BUSTED.

Watch my video here for the full run down.

If you want to make a complaint about deceptive advertising then I recommend doing it here: https://www.truthinadvertising.org/alert-us/

Since I released my video it has been featured in interviews with mainstream online media outlets. You can read some here from news.com.au and the NZ Herald and Yahoo News.

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Freelee responds to Dietitian Abbey Sharp's review of Ellen Fisher's baby's diet

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In today's video Freelee critiques one of Meat and Dairy-sponsored Dietitian Abbey Sharp’s reviews; Dietitian reviews Ellen Fisher – her baby’s Vegan diet.

Freelee compares micronutrient, vitamin and mineral status of Abbey Sharp’s meat-heavy baby's diet to Ellen Fisher’s “unnatural vegan” fruit-based baby diet. Here is Ellen Fisher’s “What I feed my vegan baby in Hawaii” video featuring her son Sandy.

Freelee’s first video on Abbey Sharp’s baby's diet is on her new frugivore channel called “Abbey Sharp shows you how to endanger your baby”:

Freelee's Initial video on Abbey Sharp "The Wolfe in Sheep's Clothing": Freelee banana girl VS Abbey Sharp

Freelee has now made two videos in response to Abbey's videos and both times Abbey has removed two of the videos in question. This is a great result and Abbey is obviously 'feeling the heat' up in Abbey's Kitchen. The following are screenshots of the now removed videos. 

Abbey Sharp meat and dairy sponsored dietitian

Abbey Sharp removed this video

Okay, onto the video. As usual Abbey starts the video by paying useless lip service to veganism. This is one of her tactics to disarm her vegan and plant-based audience and make them more receptive to her message. Abbey firstly comments on Ellen’s son Sandy having only juice for his first meal. She says "I don't like the lack of fibre". Freelee agrees with Abbey and her statement “fibre is important our diets." Correct. Fibre is important for many reasons, however, Abbey critiquing Ellen Fisher on her son's fibre intake is very hypocritical.

Due to it being a trending term, Abbey Sharp posts a lot about #babyledweaning and shares her son's plates on her Instagram page. If we take a look at her baby led weaning plates we see many examples like the meaty plate Freelee shows in the video loaded with fibre-less constipating animal products. Baby E is clearly much better off drinking some fibre-less juice rather than a plate full of high fat fibre-less lamb, chicken and cheese.

Abbey Sharp's baby diet

After 'assessing' his food intake for the day, Abbey works out Sandy's nutritional status and confirms he is meeting all his nutritional needs. Yet, Abbey then goes onto directly contradict herself and say “but his diet is far from balanced”. This is coming from the woman who restricts her baby's fruit intake (refer to first video here.) Even though his nutrition is adequate Abbey recommends Sandy eats a bunch of hard-to-digest foods throughout the video. She fails to mention Sandy is still getting most of his calories and subsequent nutrition from breast milk. In the video he acquires most of his solid calories from Avocado which is said to be the ideal complimentary transitional food for babies: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/arti...

Below is evidence of Abbey limiting her baby's fruit intake. 

Abbey Sharp restricting son's fruit intake

In Abbey Sharp's own #BLW (baby led weaning) she restricts her sons fruit even though he displays a clear preference for fruit. As Freelee explains, this is not okay. Abbey is restricting a clear health food while other mothers are trying to encourage more fruit in their child's diet. Abbey Sharp is behaving like her son is going to develop some wild sugar addiction if she allows him to eat all the fruit he cares for. Ludicrous. Not that we need science to confirm to us that fruit is an important food for babies... but here it is - science shows that insufficient consumption of fruits and vegetables in childhood increases the risk of future chronic diseases, including cardiovascular disease.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6491117/

Abbey Sharp Baby E baby led weaning

Abbey Sharp claims it's important to encourage healthy eating habits in the prevention of eating disorders yet she restricts clear health foods in her own son's diet.

Abbey is drastically increasing her son's risk of developing an unhealthy relationship with food. Science shows healthy eating habits are formed during infancy. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2678872/

Abbey brings up b12 and the possibility of Ellen Fisher's son Sandy being  deficient. She broaches the topic as if b12 deficiency is just a “vegan thing" when it is not. b12 deficiency is a widespread problem due to modern animal agriculture destroying the top soil. The Framingham study for instance demonstrated that nearly 40% of the US population had a low level of b12 regardless of diet. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1...

Freelee speaks in more detail about b12 in her video. The lack of absorption of this vitamin is a huge problem. And the picture looks even worse when we take into account Japan and parts of Europe that have safe minimums double that of the USA and Canada. So that could mean a heck of a lot more people walking around deficient in b12 and yes the majority are meat eaters, not vegans.  

Although Abbey already stated that Ellen Fisher’s son Sandy was meeting his needs she goes onto show concern about him getting enough iron. In her own baby led weaning Abbey often feeds her son cheese and continues to feed him dairy abundantly to this day, even 4 times in one day. Research shows that infants eating products made from cows milk that contain casein have a 30% increase in intestinal bleeds and therefore significant iron loss in stools. https://www.fasebj.org/doi/abs/10.109...

Below is Baby E's food intake for one day. 

Dietitian Abbey Sharp's son's day is filled with dangerous dairy

And on a side note it is estimated that about 70% of iron in breast milk is absorbed- compared to cow-derived infant formula where absorption is typically less than 12%

Excess iron is a problem:

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29070544

Sandy doesn't exhibit any Iron deficiency symptoms:

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2528681/

Next up is Vitamin D. So it’s quite strange Abbey brought up Vitamin D and didn’t even mention the sun or the fact that the whole family is tanned as fuck and living in Hawaii. Maybe Vitamin D would be a valid concern for baby E and Abbey living in Canada but not Sandy living in Hawaii. Vitamin D is called the “Sunshine vitamin” for a reason, because that’s where it comes from. A vitamin D supplement is not a replacement for the suns rays and some studies show you may be risking your health more by taking them.

A study on infants showed a minimum of 30 minutes weekly afternoon sunlight exposure, between 10 am and 3 pm, over 40% body area for at least 16 weeks, was estimated requirement to achieve sufficient vitamin D levels (>20 ng/mL) by 6 months of age. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28031546

And yes Vitamin D toxicity in infants is a thing: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/arti...

Abbey moves on to express an unjustified concern about Ellen Fisher's son's protein levels. As Freelee states in her other video, Abbey’s protein obsession is not justified by science or by nature. Too much protein however, is a problem. Freelee calculated how much protein Abbey’s 11 month old baby was getting with just one of his single flesh-filled dinners and it amassed to a whopping 54 grams of protein. Even the US nutrition guidelines for infants state that a 7-12 month old infant needs just 11 grams of protein a day so Baby E in just one meal is getting around 5 times that amount and from disease-promoting animal protein. Sandy on the other hand is getting it all from healthy plant sources and still about double what is recommended. The extremely high intake of protein that Abbey is feeding her baby is risking his long term health. And as a Dietitian pushing others to "eat more protein" when it is clearly unnecessary is just plain irresponsible. And potentially dangerous. This protein fear-mongering has to stop. 

Here is a simple break down from the video Freelee made:

Abbey Sharp vs Ellen Fisher

So as you can see Sandy (as a plant based vegan baby) is actually in a far better position health-wise than Dietitian Abbey’s meat, dairy, and egg-eating baby. It’s just a myth that vegan babies have to be more concerned than non-vegans, in most cases the opposite is actually true because we are simply not physiologically designed to thrive on animals and their by products. If infants get enough calories from breast milk and whole plant foods then they naturally thrive. Eat as abundantly from animal products and we see serious illness initiate in omnivorous babies.

So, no Abbey, a plant based vegan diet is NOT restrictive. What is restrictive though is limiting yours infants fruit intake and force-feeding them a disease-promoting diet heavy in animal products. That’s restrictive, and even worse, very dangerous. Please start educating yourself on optimal human nutrition and stop fear-mongering and misleading the public about a plant based vegan diet.

For the rest of the break down you can watch Freelee the Banana girl's video here.

A suitable hashtag: #savebabye

Abbey Sharp feeding baby

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Although it's seldom, i still feel the pressure to conform in society, to shave my legs and underarms, to paint my face and look a certain way to others. This western self-obsession is a powerful dis-ease to shake. Some days i strut confidently, other days i pick at my insecurities, but everyday i move forward with strong purpose. I sometimes see that look of disgust from certain others at my hairy armpits and legs but i always remind myself - that person is NOT part of my tribe. Would i really want to spend my valuable time with someone who feels that way? About body hair? A person who thinks i'm disgusting as my natural self? Heck no! They can go fuck themselves. Free women remember, your body hair is a gift, it's protective and part of your being, but maybe best of all it's also a powerful natural fuckboi repellent.

Learn to love your bodyhair, yes including your leg hair in my new ebook My Naked Lunchbox. Take a read and change your life forever. 

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Freelee Banana Girl responds to Dietitian Abbey Sharp; the Meat and Dairy sponsored "Health Professional"

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Abbey Sharp is a Canadian Dietitian who reviews 'What I eat in a day' videos on YouTube, especially of vegans and of Freelee The Banana Girl's 'Raw Till 4 Diet'. As Freelee notes in today's video: Abbey Sharp has strategically positioned herself as an authority in the vegan movement; in order to sell her Mindful Glow CookBook and gain YouTube subscribers. Abbey Sharp the “health professional” is regularly sponsored by the meat and dairy industry, in particular by Maple Lodge farms (one of canada’s biggest chickens producers), Ontario pork and Dairy farmers of Canada. We can only imagine how much they are paying Abbey?
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