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Offline norawnofun

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Re: aged cheese much better than raw beef
« Reply #50 on: May 30, 2018, 04:45:09 am »
Raw meat is easier to digest than cooked, but this rule doesn´t apply if you have low gastric acid / HCI.

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Re: aged cheese much better than raw beef
« Reply #51 on: May 30, 2018, 09:25:46 am »
If this is true it goes against all raw meat thing..


I thought it was supposed to be "the easiest thing for us humans to digest"
It is for me. I can't tolerate plant foods in general. I don't really digest cooked lean meat well, and cooked/rendered fat gives me diarrhea. Raw meat I digest perfectly fine, and don't have any issues or constipation. Organ meats and the softer cuts of muscle are the easiest to digest, while some tougher cuts can be more difficult to digest, especially for certain people. Red meat (beef, veal, mutton, lamb, wild game etc...) is generally harder to digest than fish/poultry. I generally digest everything fine, except some tougher cuts of muscle which give me a more heavy feeling in my stomach, but that's all.

Generally, nothing applies to everyone. Perhaps the people that can't digest it as well, as norawnofun has already said, have low gastric acid. Perhaps they overeating, everyone has their own limit. Could depend on the specific animal or quality as well.

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Re: aged cheese much better than raw beef
« Reply #52 on: June 20, 2018, 12:52:27 am »
Here is one very interesting study for lifesaving parmiggiano reggiano - it is even digested by infants. I found it why i lay at home recovering from my stupid attempt to eat raw red meat again:

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Acta Biomed. 2008 Aug;79(2):144-50.
Intestinal inflammation in nursing infants: different causes and a single treatment ... but of protected origin.
Pancaldi M1, Mariotti I, Balli F.
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Three case histories of nursing infants suffering from different forms of intestinal problems, who underwent special dietary therapy in order to solve situations that would be difficult to deal with using the special artificial milk varieties on the market, are presented. These children were administered a homemade food consisting ofParmigiano Reggiano cheese seasoned for at least 36 months, rice or maize custard and tapioca, sugar, maize oil. In the first case the diagnosis of "widespread nonspecific acute colitis" was made compatible with "antibiotic-associated colitis" and Clostridium difficile was isolated from the feces. The second case, under the suspicion of cow's milk allergy, was fed by soya and hydrolyzed milk with persitent disturbed alvus with greenish feces and mucus. The third case was represented by a nursing child with persistent diarrhoic alvus after an acute episode with subsequent intolerance to rice milk. After the introduction of the food based on Parmigiano Reggiano cheese, all cases showed a rapid and progressive improvement of symptoms and alvus characteristics and were discharged with increased weight. The Parmigiano Reggiano cheese shows a high concentration of easily absorbed amino acids and oligopeptides like a hydrolyzed proteic preparation. As regards the lipoid component the medium and short chain fatty acids are directly absorbed in the bowel and immediately usable as a significant source of energy. Finally, another relevant characteristic of Parmigiano Reggiano cheese is the complete absence of lactose. The use of Parmigiano Reggiano cheese as a dietary therapy is appropriate not only for its high nutritional value, but also for its characteristics as a functional food that produces beneficial effects on health with regards to the gastrointestinal tract and the inflammatory problems resulting from alimentary intolerance, post-therapeutic antibiotic dismicrobism, or post-infective conditions. Moreover, its efficay on these pathologic conditions is further improved by the prebiotic and probiotic effects resulting from the oligosaccharides and the bacterial flora of this natural food product, only derived from the nature and the work of skilled artisans closely tied to tradition.

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Re: aged cheese much better than raw beef
« Reply #53 on: June 20, 2018, 01:03:30 am »
I read somewhere that amino acids or peptides from parmiggiano and other aged cheese can restore digestive enzymes.
But in all studies like above they talk about cheese aged 36 months - this is not easy to find adn buy but i think the mark is 12 months - everything aged below 12 moths is not good. I read on this forum people try roquefort and feell bad - roquefort is more like fresh cheese aged 2 months only. Or gryere cheese - it seems hard but it is not aged - only 6 months. But grana padano and pecorino romano are longer aged - 12 or more months

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Re: aged cheese much better than raw beef
« Reply #54 on: June 20, 2018, 01:35:00 am »

Thanks. But it doesn´t prove anything that A2 Milk is a scam.

A2 milk is not a scam but some people can not digest even raw A2 milk - and this guy here www.biohawk.com.au claims that ginger enzymes can digest both A1 and A2 milk

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Re: aged cheese much better than raw beef
« Reply #55 on: June 28, 2018, 05:59:22 pm »
A2 milk is not a scam but some people can not digest even raw A2 milk - and this guy here www.biohawk.com.au claims that ginger enzymes can digest both A1 and A2 milk

But who cares if you add this of that, the point is, why can't all these people digest it? Just listen to the signs the body is trying to give, and avoid it, simple

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Re: aged cheese much better than raw beef
« Reply #56 on: June 29, 2018, 01:20:17 pm »
How is ur gastric/stomach acid improving ivanrk? I have found out that I have a huge amount of parasites in my body since a long time, which I assume are the main culprit for the low gastric acid production. That including overgrowth of candida from eating too many fruits including dried. You can check yourself easily if u got an overgrowth of parasites when you look into your iris. If you see Radii Solaris or “Spokes” in you iris then this can be one method. I also think that many red lines (Somatids) in your sklera would indicate that as well. I have both in big amounts. Stool tests for several days in a row is another method to test. As I suspected that I have parasites some few weeks ago I started taking natural remedies first.

I started researching papaya seeds and came to this study https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17472487 After doing that including other things like eating garlic, papaya itself and certain herbs I think I activated the die off. Unfortunately I ate a lot of cooked eggs and I think the parasites feeds on that denatured satured fat. I started feeling really bad. Then recently I noticed that eggs and too much cooked meat were the main culprits so I cut out eggs. Then I bought a chemical dewormer (vermox) for 3 days and took that including papaya, raw crushed garlic, made separate teas out of clove, liquorice root, olive leaf, cooked with ginger and chewed fresh one among other things. I also drank a shitload of water. These were the hardest 3 days of my life I think. The detox was very intense. I saw different types of worms in my stool, in my vomit, i even burped them up! So I have an overload of them.

And as I noticed that eating eggs and cooked meats made things worse, I now eat mostly plant foods and I started a new cleansing program with wormwood, black walnut, echinecia, and lots of other things. I have a proper program now to get rid of them ALL. Whilst I believe that there are some beneficial parasites, too many bad ones or an overgrowth of candida can mess up everything in your body, including your gastric acid. I also started to take bee pollen after reading the immense benefits including instructions how to take and increase it SLOWLY

https://www.bee-pollen-buzz.com/how-to-take-bee-pollen.html
http://www.alternativescentral.com/beepollen.htm
https://www.mercola.com/article/diet/bee_pollen.htm

If your body is missing certain vitamins and minerals, like that you will not miss much if you can´t digest certain things. It´s the most complete food on the planet followed by organ meats. Important to put it under the tongue and let it dissolve there! Bee pollen helps against parasites too.

I already noticed the Spokes are gone in some spots, so I will continue the parasite cleanse till they are all gone. I did another body scan and I have some in the intestines and stomach as well, so if they are there and eat your nutrients you a) won´t gain much weight and b) your organs will never heal, you won´t become hungry enough so that proper saliva is produced which is needed for proper HCI. Anyhow, after my cleanse is complete or things are improving dramatically, I can write the full instruction including remedies that i took. But before you go further into your research why you might have low gastric acid, I strongly suggest you to look at your parasites first!


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Re: aged cheese much better than raw beef
« Reply #57 on: June 29, 2018, 02:25:16 pm »
 caution, the fear of parasites can go on for some time, thinking that there are still more to get rid of.  You might alternatively choose to simply get tested.  Aggressive parasite worms like round worms can perforate tissues to evade caustic herbs etc.    Drugs for these in particular simply anesthetize them so they can't wiggle back up into you, thus they get pooped out.      People make tons of money and garner lots of readership when they sell and promote parasite cleansing.  NOt to say you don't have them, but just it's easy to get caught on that wheel.    I doubt your eye markings would clear that quickly.   
 

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Re: aged cheese much better than raw beef
« Reply #58 on: June 29, 2018, 05:39:34 pm »
I am cautious and I know that some are beneficial. They don´t do the proper test here and I know I have them because I saw them in my stool, spit and vomit, I see them in my iris and I feel them. I can feel when they are present these shitters, especially in the evening they come out and in the morning. Also during the day. I get a bad feeling in the stomach and if its bad it reaches the area behind the neck impairing my thinking. Or I get the need to grind on my jaw. That can be an indication for their presence. Then when I take either coconut oil, papaya, raw garlic, raw honey (stopped for now), ginger, certain red wine varieties, bee pollen or certain herbal teas they get pushed down or die. All these are antiparasitic so it makes sense that they work instantly. Especially eating raw garlic. They take all my energy and they need to go. I will try every method to get them out. I don´t buy those cleanses anyway. I know it´s a lot about money making and these are full with additives and crap. I research and take what´s proven and what I know works from experience. Furthermore certain spokes either faded or shrinked, I don´t just imagine. It took a couple of weeks though. I know because I check my eyes nearly on a daily basis. When I finally get an iridology cam I want to document it.

One thing that I want to know is if at this stage it´s wise to eat raw meat and raw fats. Even raw milk. Since my stomach acid situation improved due to cutting out acids like ACV and lemon I want to eat it but I don´t want to make it worse. Apparently they love satured fats, when having cooked eggs it was horrible. Maybe raw would be better? Atm I feel best on a cooked and raw vegan diet, sadly. Then I had a white cooked fish yesterday and digestion was a desaster. I had to lie down for some time and the whole day was fkd.

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Re: aged cheese much better than raw beef
« Reply #59 on: June 30, 2018, 03:26:28 am »
Ok, if you've actually seen them, go for it.  But give yourself a time limit for how long you will take on the task yourself to expel them.   Then if you still have them,  collect some and have them analyzed and take the prescription drug to let you live your life fully without another thought of parasites distracting you.

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Re: aged cheese much better than raw beef
« Reply #60 on: June 30, 2018, 05:55:16 am »
sound advice thx,but what do you think of eating raw meats during a parasite cleanse? somehow i have the urge to eat raw red beef, but i don´t want to aggravate the parasites. I´d also like to eat some raw fats with the raw meat. Do you know if they either speed up the cleansing of parasites or can impair it? I´m still undecided about that. There is no doubt about raw meats being superior, however I am not sure when it comes to a parasite cleanse.

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Re: aged cheese much better than raw beef
« Reply #61 on: June 30, 2018, 09:59:11 am »
I don't know.s  Wild cats in the jungle get parasites...  I think whatever you eat will feed them.  I would concentrate on eating as healthy as you can to build your own immune system.