Ronsaysso is a site dedicated to providing information about how your diet affects your physical and mental health. It draws on the latest real science and tries to present it in a way that is accessible to most people.
Getting to the bottom of why we, as a generation, are so obese and so unwell has all the hallmarks of a conspiracy theory. In order to understand the problem and what you can do to help yourself, you must be able to put aside almost everything that you have heard and then open your mind to allow new information to enter – to be digested – to be mulled over – and be considered.
Look around you. The majority of people are now chronically ill and grossly overweight. Do you think that is normal? Modern dogma will tell you that we are all slothful beings without will-power – but we are the same as generations before us that didn’t have all these chronic diseases and weren’t grossly overweight. Something has changed. If we understand what has changed then just maybe we can do something about it.
This website is aimed at giving you that understanding of what has changed. It comprises the following main sections that are all accessible through the menu system (above):
- A How To section that provides summary pages of the how, what and why of nutrition that will quickly get you onto the right path for a healthy and long life.
- A Resources section that provides links to videos, websites and pages that you can use to start your own exploration of the issues.
- A Blog section that we use to highlight an issue, present interesting news or just express an opinion.
The website is not here to convince you of anything. Rather, it is about providing resources so that you can convince yourself.
A good place to start a journey of understanding would be with the resources our Videos page. It would be useful to watch the videos of Gary Taubes and Nina Teicholz to give you an understanding of how we got where we are now. You can then appreciate that maybe not everything that you have been told about nutrition is accurate; and that may prime you to accept alternative views.
A good next step would be to start at the top of the Videos and watch the first four videos at your own pace.
Why so much information about Type-2 Diabetes?
Many of the resources that we link to seem to have a strong focus on Type-2 diabetes (T2D). Why should you care about T2D, especially if you don’t have it? Well, it will all become clear in time… however, it is important to realise that T2D is really just one of the ways that the underlying metabolic condition of chronically elevated Insulin levels manifests itself. Addressing the high Insulin levels that underpin T2D also fixes many other manifestations of the same problem.
Why should I believe what you say?
The whole purpose of this website is to provide information. What you choose to do with this information is up to you. You can believe or not believe – that is your choice. In fact, we prefer that you remain sceptical and spend time to verify the information that we present here.
This website is entirely self-funded and was primarily set up to assist our family and friends with getting access to the information. It has helped many of them to radically change their lives for the better. We have nothing to lose or gain whether you believe us or not.
Ultimately, as adults, we make choices that change the course of our lives. The information presented here gives you the ability to make an informed choice using information that has not been tainted by commercial or other pressures. You can choose to live a healthy long life, just as you can choose to live a shorter life that is full of suffering. The choices you make now will greatly affect the quality of your life in latter years.
We hope that you find something here that helps you make a choice that you are happy to live with.
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