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Offline sarmed

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Hi;

I just started eating grass-fed raw liver, meat, yogurt (that I make in home from ram milk) and eggs, coming from zero car all cooked meat diet, but I started to get diarrhea and farting a lot and it is smelly, this is my 4 day, why is that?

I buy very high quality meat, it is from high quality source, all the products are humanly treated animals, hormones free, pesticides free, grass-fed, free ranging and the whole nine yard, just let me tell you this, I bout the liver and froze it and I just put the liver in the fridge the day before to thaw out and then eat it the next day.

So what is happening? why is that?

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I was just going to post about this. I have been doing it for roughly the same amount of time. I started out with soft stool with some gas, but have now moved on to no gas and chronic diarrhea with some cramping right before I need to go. My diarrhea seems to be getting worse not better. No blood, no nausea, just chronic diarrhea. I here the adaptation phase can take a few weeks, but if I have diarrhea this bad for much longer i'm not going to make it! Was wondering if I need to ease into this by having some cooked broccoli to help bind things up a bit or just ride it out. The diarrhea is so bad I am worried about malnutrition.

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Well, I just took a very warm bath and soaked for a good while. Things I noticed was that the water got a little cloudy and the sweat coming from my upper lip had a bit of a fungal hint to it. In my case it may just be extreme detoxing.

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Well, no idea if my past experience is applicable, but, after c.2 years of going RVAF, I would spend every 2nd alternate week consuming only raw, grassfed ox liver and water. I duly found that I would get liquid diarrhea soon afterwards, of a sort, after some weeks of doing such. I still do if I overdo the raw liver consumption. Same goes if I overeat raw eggs or if I have raw veggie-juice or raw suet(however grassfed). My take on this is not that I had diarrhea per se, but that my body was already so overdosed on the nutrients from specific foods (or that my body refused to  properly absorb the nutrients from a specific food due to not liking it) that the food would swiftly go out the other end, mostly unabsorbed.
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This is worthy of looking into... I have been eating 3 raw eggs in the morning and then a massive meal at night of raw red meat of around 1kg. Mind you I am a 205Lb mostly muscle guy, but maybe the raw meat just doesn't absorb as well? I had no problem with 1kg cooked. I thought it was the other way around?

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You talk about fungus coming from your upper lip, maybe your body is getting rid of candida? I can't imagine 1kg of raw red meat would not cause a big detox for candida sufferers.

For OP, maybe try not eating the yoghurt or dairy products. Some people don't react well to it.

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ok so please let's all research it and ask around, to see what is the cause, I feel very good on all aspects but the diarrhea is the only con in the whole thing.


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The farting and diarrhea stopped...  I think my body had a transitioning period... I don't know but now everything seems fine

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good to hear.