Monday, April 13, 2009

Let The Easter Ham Rot For The Next Few Weeks...
Then chow down!

Celebrities is the craziest people.

Here's some of the article from The Times; (Emphasis mine)
The Primal diet: the silliest diet ever?
Hollywood's latest food fad is the most extreme yet. Please, do not try eating raw meat at home, warns our writer
Julia Llewellyn Smith

John, a 36-year-old from London, is discussing the foods his diet allows. Carrots perhaps? Or quinoa? “I'm very keen on a raw hare carcass,” he says. “Raw mallard is good too. So's raw tongue and raw organ meat. Ideally, it'll have been sitting around for three or four weeks and be really off. Some people like it when it's liquid mush but I prefer it really off, but still so you can stick a fork in it.”

If the Pineapple, Atkins and Cabbage Soup diets seemed extreme, then consider the fanatics worldwide following the latest allegedly detoxifying trend - the Primal Diet, an eating plan consisting of raw meat, eggs and dairy - preferably past their sell-by dates. The diet, the latest to hit Hollywood, and it can be only a matter of time before it's endorsed by a twig-thin starlet. The theory is that raw fats bind to the toxins in the body, which are then more readily transported out of the system. (That's called diarrhea and vomiting.)

At its most basic level adherents exist on 95 per cent raw meat, including chicken (made more palatable with a marinade of herbs and spices). True aficionados, however, favour “high” meat (so called because of the claim that it inspires a natural high), with a small sideorder of rancid unpasteurised yoghurt and fermented vegetables.

3 Comments:

Blogger Subvet said...

Imagine Cameron Diaz or Fergie picking rotten meat from between their teeth, kinda does something to the libido.

11:36 AM  
Blogger chestertonian said...

To quote Higgins from Magnum P.I., "Oh! My! God!"

Stupid freaking Hollywood leftard scum.

1:02 PM  
Blogger The Rockin' Traddy said...

What are the chances we can get Susan Sarandan and Sean Penn on this diet?

2:03 PM  

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