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One MILLION cattle die in Peru - 1,000,000 is a lot!

Their immune systems have been seriously compromised?
by some unknown pathogen?
or a serious lack of essential nutrients?
Plus the cold?

Iodine Why You Need It

Today I have come to the conclusion that me and my family seem to be iodine deficient.  That we seem to need supplementation and need to make food changes.

Maybe I will find time to write an assembled summary of my thoughts how I came to this conclusion, but for now I am soliciting your experiences, especially successful experiences on Iodine.

What form of Iodine did you use? Share your success stories... point to other success stories... especially paleo dieters even if cooked... my family is mostly on cooked paleo. 

What foods high in Iodine gave you immense benefits?

Share and share please.

Hot Topics / MOVED: young dude
« on: August 11, 2015, 03:30:03 PM »

Why does human hair seem to grow forever? Head, beard.
What is the evolutionary advantage of this trait?
Are there other animals like us humans whose hair seems to grow forever in length?

Info / News Items / Announcements / 150 yr old lifespan now realistic
« on: August 02, 2015, 09:38:27 PM »
The First Humans to Live to the Age of 150 Are Already Alive
by Jordan E. Rosenfeld

Comment.  My teacher Barefoot Herbalist says in his research that many decades ago when the British took over India, there were reports of 150 plus year old people then.

So this is not new... past evidence were just refused to be believed by 20th century scientists.

Hopefully in this thread we can contribute various aspects of human SEX life for better health.

The trend we are seeing in our forum is closer to the way nature intended us to consume food or live our lives, it seems we feel better, are happier, live longer.

So maybe we can turn our collective minds towards sex and everything that contributes to it or sabotages it.

As usual, with the intent to make our personal lives, our loved ones, and our children's lives better.

We know, at the tip of our tongues that some 21st century norms are not good for us, or have sabotaged us, our friends, our family.  So share share share.

Health / Help with lactating dog - 8 pups!
« on: July 22, 2015, 11:27:50 AM »
Our mongrel female dog Pixie ( a year old )...

...gave birth to 8 puppies!

They are 1 month old now...

And last week I saw our dog Pixie seemed run down...

So I gave her a raw beef steak meal with some blood...
And I've so far given her some 4 meals of raw beef / raw lamb steaks.

The maid usually just gives her our left overs so that would be rice, some cooked meat and fish and some cooked veggies.

Any tips to help out our lactating dog?

Off Topic / Black Parents have white skinned red haired child!
« on: July 18, 2015, 03:45:55 PM »
Black Parents have white skinned red haired child!

And this was dna verified.  Amazing!

A specialty steak restaurant opened a few months ago in Makati City and of course I had to try their steaks from around the world.

I ordered a sampler platter of raw steaks.  From Japan, France, USA and Australia.

The French raw steak was hands down the best.  No wonder, it was the grass fed one.

I should have included the Irish steak that was also grass fed.  I did not know from the menu that I could choose.  Maybe next time I will choose an all grass fed option.

The head chef went to my table and asked if I really wanted everything absolutely raw... just to confirm... I told him yes!

Also on this picture top right is raw bone marrow.  And raw goose liver.

Best Evidence Yet!: Ejaculation Reduces Prostate Cancer Risk

Nick Mulcahy
May 17, 2015

NEW ORLEANS — Good news, men: you may be able to decrease your risk for prostate cancer by ejaculating — frequently, according to research presented here at American Urological Association 2015 Annual Meeting.

The frothy advice is not new but is now backed up by the "strongest evidence to date" on the subject, according to lead author Jennifer Rider, ScD, MPH, an epidemiologist at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in Boston.

"There is no modifiable risk factor for developing prostate cancer," Dr Rider told Medscape Medical News. "It would be exciting to tell men that there was a way to modify their risk."

However, she noted that these are observational data and urged caution when "interpreting them."

The results are "fascinating," said Jesse Sammon, MD, a urologist at the Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, who attended Dr Rider's presentation. "It was the highlight of the session on cancer epidemiology; the moderator called it the 'study most likely to be tweeted'."

These are "incredibly high-quality data," said Dr Sammon, who was not involved with the study.

The data come from nearly 32,000 men in the prospective Health Professionals Follow-up Study, who now have been followed for 18 years.

During the study period, 3839 men have been diagnosed with incident prostate cancer, 384 cases of which were lethal.

At recruitment in 1992, all participating men were asked to report their average monthly frequency of ejaculation from the ages of 20 to 29 years and 40 to 49 years, and during the previous year. A lifetime average was then computed from these reports.

After potential confounders were controlled for, the risk for prostate cancer was 20% lower in men who ejaculated at least 21 times a month than in men who ejaculated 4 to 7 times a month. The 20% risk reduction was seen at ages 20 to 29 and 40 to 49, and for the lifetime average (P trend < .0001 for all).

At ages 40 to 49, men most (38.0%) reported 8 to 12 ejaculations per month; only 8.8% reported at least 21 ejaculations per month.

"We shouldn't dwell on the exact numbers of ejaculation, but instead should focus on the dose–response relation," Dr Rider advised.

She summarized: "Safe sexual activity could be good for prostate health."

Notably, there was no association between ejaculation frequency and the risk for high-grade, advanced, or lethal disease, she reported. The reason for this exception is not known.

These results are an update of the last major report from the Health Professionals Follow-up Study, which was published about 10 years ago (JAMA. 2004;291:1578-1586). At that time, investigators concluded that "high ejaculation frequency may possibly be associated with a lower risk of total and organ-confined prostate cancer," as reported by Medscape Medical News.

Many other studies have likewise reported that ejaculation frequency might be tied to prostate cancer risk, with more orgasms being protective.

But these new data have three outstanding strengths, Dr Rider said.

First, the study is prospective, whereas most other studies have been retrospective, and the data are long term. Second, the study involves the largest cohort to date. And third, the study has specific information on ejaculation, she explained.

Whereas previous studies have tended to rely on "proxies" for ejaculation, such as age at marriage, number of children, and number of sex partners, the Health Professionals Follow-up Study investigators were bold; they explicitly asked about ejaculations from sexual intercourse, masturbation, and nocturnal emissions.

The average age of the men in the study was about 59 years, and they had undergone an average of five PSA tests by 2008. Most of the men were married, but the men who reported at least 21 ejaculations per month at ages 40 to 49 were more likely to be divorced than less robust ejaculators (11.8% vs 4% - 7%).

American Urological Association (AUA) 2015 Annual Meeting: Abstract PD6-07. Presented May 15, 2015.


Let's break down this report guys and gals.

Off Topic / Donald Trump for President of the USA
« on: July 12, 2015, 10:53:24 PM »
Donald Trump is running for President of the USA. A real independent thinking person. Not controlled by the powers that be. And like Ron Paul, they will try to cheat him out of the nomination. I'm looking forward to watching the cheating tactics again. Hopefully Trump has done his homework.

July 11, 2015 speech.

#1 in the polls.


White Liver Transplant Patient Claims His Skin's Turned Black After Operation
Semen Gendler, from Krasnodar, south-west Russia, urgently needed the transplant after being diagnosed with hepatitis C and cancer

Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Dawn Meats of Ireland
« on: July 11, 2015, 07:53:44 PM »
Saw some beef legs in the supermarket.

Dawn Meats of Ireland.

Is their beef grass fed?

Info / News Items / Announcements / Happy Father's Day 2015!
« on: June 22, 2015, 08:32:36 PM »
Happy Father's Day 2015!

Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Your tips on eating raw hazelnuts?
« on: June 21, 2015, 10:43:03 PM »
My sister in law just came home with a basket of raw hazelnuts from New Zealand

Please give your tips on how to eat hazelnuts, how much, how often, any warnings?

This study supports the theory of Instincto

Smell is a primitive sense that our early ancestors used for foraging, hunting and mating, among other skills necessary for survival. Early sailors and aviators gave anecdotal reports of using odors to navigate, but there have been no experiential scientific studies on this until now.

The process of smelling, or olfaction, is triggered by odor molecules traveling up the nasal passage, where they are identified by receptors that send signals to the olfactory bulb –  which sits between the nasal cavity and the brain’s frontal lobe – and processes the information. A key to the connection between smell, memory and navigation is that olfactory bulbs have a strong neural link to the brain’s hippocampus, which creates spatial maps of our environment.

Telegony is a theory in heredity, holding that offspring can inherit the characteristics of a previous mate of the female parent; thus the child of a widowed or remarried woman might partake of traits of a previous husband

Be Careful Who You Sleep With Ladies, Offspring Can Develop Features From Previous Sex Partners

According to an article by CBS News, it reports that researchers in Australia found an effect in which seminal fluid molecules of a female’s previous mates to be absorbed into her immature egg. This will influence the growth of the female’s future offspring even if a different male is the father. Angela Crean, study author of the University of New South Wales in Australia, made a statement on this monumental find.

    “Our discovery complicates our entire view of how variation is transmitted across generations, but also opens up exciting new possibilities and avenues of research. Just as we think we have things figured out, nature throws us a curve ball and shows us how much we still have to learn.”


Also why VIRGINITY MATTERS... now has scientific backing.

Holy Crap!

Fish struggle to fertilize eggs three generations after exposure to contraceptive hormone, raising questions about the effects on humans.

How about the children who were conceived while the mother was on birth control chemicals? Or the children conceived after years of birth control and the mother later on decided to stop just to make children again... So this is another very important information to ask a prospect girl or boy for marriage... did your mother take birth control chemicals before you were conceived?

Seems to me now that mothers who took these birth control pills, patches, injectables BEFORE having children... may have poisoned their post birth control children to eventual extinction!


More info here (although they are selling something in lieu of some hard headed ones who still want to use the poison).

I just bought some New Zealand Lamb Meat... the ribs... a whole row... and I opened the plastic and let it thaw in my refrigerator.

The curious thing about it is it is the BEST SMELLING raw meat I have ever smelled.

I am wondering why?

Do they spray anything on it?

Or is it just the way raw lamb meat is supposed so smell?

I assume coming from New Zealand it is grass fed.

What's your experience?

Everything you think you know about diets is WRONG: Counting calories is a total waste of time, it’s bacteria in your gut that make you fat and finally, cheese, alcohol and chocolate can all help

Professor Tim Spector, a leading genetics expert, finds compelling evidence as to why calorie-controlled diets don’t work
He believes with the right regimen of diet and exercise, we can be happy, healthy - and lean - and keep the pounds off for life
Author of new book The Diet Myth: The Real Science Behind What We Eat
PUBLISHED: 23:46 GMT, 11 May 2015 | UPDATED: 07:44 GMT, 12 May 2015

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Google says it will prioritize responsive themed websites in searches.

So the SMF programmers made this plugin.

Try rpd forum on your smart phone to see it.

Will adjust colors tomorrow.

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