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Originally Posted by Luke Cummo
I'm not really sure what that means, but here is another article on it.
Luke Cummo wants you to come over to his apartment and flush out your ass
No, I am not joking:Just what is Lifefood Nutritional Fasting? It’s another crackpot concept by Luke Cummo’s retard nutritionist Dr Jubb. Who the fuck is Dr Jubb? Here’s a few choice quotes about him:
"I’m also taking applications for people who want to stay in my apartment building for 5-14 days to do personal training and Lifefood Nutritional Fasting."
David Jubb, PhD, is a well known Raw Foodist from New York City. He is originally from Australia, and he claimed at the time to be a “Breatharian.” At the time of this interview in November of 2002 he was telling people that he had not eaten anything for like 6 years or something like that. Personally, I doubted his story completely, and from what I heard from other people, it just was not so.
And here’s another story about Jubb:-
The baby son of a urine-drinking East Village health guru to the stars has been taken from his father’s care because the dad failed to bring the boy to a doctor for a fractured ankle. Instead, David Jubb treated the 20-month-old’s fractures by crafting a brace out of chopsticks.
“He did not follow [Administration for Children’s Services] instructions to bring the child to the doctor,” said a Family Court source.
I’m all down with Luke Cummo … he’s one of my favorite fighters in the UFC because he’s such a creepy motherfucker. But his nutritional choices are a bit scary, and I do worry that he’s using Dr Jubb’s Lifefood plan to feed his newborn, which is terrifying to say the least. Hey, people are allowed to raise their children however they want. I’m just saying don’t be surprised when this kid grows up to be a barely five feet tall grey skinned mutant.
An article about Dr. Jubb, by the New York Post. It details his son being taken away from him by the state, basically on charges of neflect:
February 5, 2007 -- The baby son of a urine-drinking East Village health guru to the stars has been taken from his father's care because the dad failed to bring the boy to a doctor for a fractured ankle.
Instead, David Jubb treated the 20-month-old's fractures by crafting a brace out of chopsticks.
"He did not follow [Administration for Children's Services] instructions to bring the child to the doctor," said a Family Court source.
Jubb, who said his devotees include Liv Tyler, Carol Alt and Donna Karan, insists he's being railroaded by the ACS because of his unorthodox views on nutrition.
And his "diet" is indeed different.
Besides drinking his own urine, the Australian native claims he gave up food for years and existed on mostly air and light while practicing "breatharianism," a kooky movement that's considered a hoax by the scientific community.
Jubb is the first to admit, "I'm not your average ham sandwich."
It all began when Jubb, who had full custody, took his son, Dakota, for a supervised visit with his mother, Jennifer Jarosik, at the ACS.
They met there because Jubb has a restraining order against her.
During the Jan. 8 visit, authorities noticed Dakota's swollen ankle. They removed him into foster care two days later, when Jubb still had not brought him in for treatment.
A week after that, the boy was handed over to his mother temporarily, the source said.
"His mother is very unbalanced," Jubb said. She could not be reached for comment.
Jubb, who has a doctorate degree in nutrition, said he didn't take the baby to the doctor because he planned on observing him.
Mary Ann LoFrumento, a pediatrician contacted by The Post, said those type of fractures can look harmless to the naked eye because there might not be much swelling.
"He could've been fooled into thinking it wasn't that serious," she said. Jubb said things also got testy when ACS officials began questioning him about the tot's diet.
"They were saying, 'You're not feeding him,' " Jubb recalled.
He is raising the boy as a "lifefoodarian," which means he doesn't feed him meat, dairy, wheat, certain starches, cooked foods and many conventional proteins.
Some photos of Dr. Jubb:
More of this hilarity can be found here:
Seriously, your kid has a fractured ankle and you craft a brace out of chopsticks?
Not your average ham sandwich indeed. It's good to see that Cummo is keeping good company.