UFC legend Alistair Overeem believes a diet change can cure his kid being LGBTQ

Alistair Overeem has been having an interesting time in the spotlight ever since his rumored retirement.

Previously Overeem explained his sudden weight loss was a result of a lifestyle change.


According to Overeem, his nutritionist, Julian, provided an explanation for this shift in taste preferences. Overeem shared, “When I spoke to Julian, I asked him, ‘Um, what’s happening? My, my, my—I don’t want to eat my steak anymore, and I want to eat my steak because I want to build muscles.’ And then he said, ‘Listen, you had parasites in your body. We gave you the supplements. You started detoxing your body, creating an alkaline environment.”

“These supplements are just simple seaweed that everybody could actually take, and they create an alkaline environment which these parasites do not like. Actually, they get hurt, and they will die off. And once you get rid of them, your tastes change because it’s not me who needs to eat meat; it’s the parasites that influence me. They work through me.'”

But recently another interesting interview featuring Overeem surfaced. In it, Overeem reveals one of his children is having trouble coping with her gender – and apparently Overeem has an elaborate ‘strategy’ to deal with that.

” I want my daughter to be happy like that. But I do have a strategy for that. For me it’s very important to investigate whether it comes from her own or whether we are involved in external factors. And I think I’ve already identified the external factors. So I’ve also approached this as a competition. And looking at different requests. I’ve literally contacted people from all over the world. And I have a plan. I think it’s a bit too much to tell you now, because it’s a long plan.”

” I’m just going to see if I can do something with that gender. Look, gender problems are a thing of the past and a lot of young people are suffering from it. So we can all give everyone surgery, but that’s not the solution.”

“Because you change a kind of gender, hormones, you have to keep doing that. So I started looking at other causes. Maybe it’s something, maybe it’s this, maybe it’s food.”