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Title: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on July 09, 2009, 08:58:12 pm
I've been on raw paleo for some 1.5+ years gradually going lower carb.

This time I will experiment with a mono diet of raw beef muscle, fat, bone marrow, liver and structured water of reverse osmosis + raw kalamansi.

Why beef? I have a good source of freshly killed daily (I live in the biggest metropolis near enough to the biggest high quality wet market)

Why reverse osmosis?  That's what we got at the water store made fresh daily and my TDS meter says it's fine around 6 TDS.

Why kalamansi?  This is what we got in place of lemons.  Lemons are used in the VCO detox, the zero carb, zero protein concoction against candida, so there should be minimal carbs in kalamansi, just enough to give my reverse osmosis water some structure and some minerals.

This evening on my way home from a social engagement I passed by the wet market to find the highest quality heavenly tasting cut of authentic "Batangas beef" sirloin, got it for 270 pesos per kilo.  I got 4 by 1/2 kilo slices. Some for the kids as well.  Got some fresh raw beef liver 1/2 kilo at 120 pesos per kilo.  To convert to US Dollars, divide by 48.50 = 5.57 USD per kilo = 2.53 USD per pound.  Is that cheap or expensive in your country?

I was hungry when I got home after walking and walking and taking the train during rush hour.

So my all beef diet started this evening.  I have decided this experiment will run from 1 to 2 weeks.

I'm thinking the body can do wonders with a mono diet because it has expectations of what is to come and knows what to do with it.  Let's see.

Thanks to Lex for this inspiration to experiment.

I have to learn what needs to be learned on a pure raw beef diet. 

I read there was a Dr. Salisbury who cured some of his patients with an all meat diet?
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: lex_rooker on July 10, 2009, 12:56:54 am
GS,
I wish you all the best in your experiment.  Just remember, a change of this magnitude may cause some initial problems such as constipation, or loose bowels, and low energy as your body adapts to the new diet.  Most everyone who has made the transition successfully has gone through the same thing, including me.

Your body has to go through significant changes to convert from burning glucose as its primary fuel, to burning fatty acids.  These changes must take place at all levels in the body from changes in enzyme production all the way down to mitochondria at the cellular level.  All this takes time.

Goodspeed,

Lex
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: wodgina on July 10, 2009, 08:29:40 am
Yeah 1 - 2 weeks for such I major shift is probably not long enough. You might get a head ache/feel spacey/ill. I would be interested to see how you though.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Roselene on July 10, 2009, 09:52:21 am
How many months did Dr Salisbury's experiment take to show good results?

I would think any major change in diet should run a couple of years to give it a good shot.  I'm sorry, but I would think so.

How about beef for two weeks, then another meet the next two weeks, and so on, to give near zero carb a go?
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Nicola on July 10, 2009, 07:31:01 pm
GS,

Your body has to go through significant changes to convert from burning glucose as its primary fuel, to burning fatty acids.  These changes must take place at all levels in the body from changes in enzyme production all the way down to mitochondria at the cellular level.  All this takes time.

Goodspeed,

Lex


Lex, I thought that with meat the body would be converting the protein to glucose like you said?

Nicola
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: William on July 10, 2009, 08:16:53 pm
Lex, I thought that with meat the body would be converting the protein to glucose like you said?

Nicola

According to Phinney and Mercola, this is only a problem with excess protein.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Nicola on July 10, 2009, 08:39:22 pm
According to Phinney and Mercola, this is only a problem with excess protein.

May be, but it is not natural to weigh meat and fat and all the rest of the "numbers" zerocarb's do to get "it" right. Some say you need lots of fat and those that do it gain weight, feel sick...or the other story about fat for bowel movements???

Nicola
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Josh on July 10, 2009, 10:50:07 pm
Good luck mate. Will be interesting to see how it works for you, as you're coming from all raw already.

Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: akaikumo on July 11, 2009, 07:13:02 am
Lex, I thought that with meat the body would be converting the protein to glucose like you said?

Nicola

The liver converts a percentage of protein to glucose, because a few cell types in the body require glucose to function.

Otherwise, once transitioned to zero-carb, the body is running on ketones not glucose.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: TylerDurden on July 11, 2009, 03:55:46 pm
I would suggest a 5-6 week trial. By that stage, you should have a good idea as to  whether it's a success or a failure re health.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on July 11, 2009, 08:19:54 pm
Gosh, if it is 5 to 6 weeks, I think I would need different animals. 
I would alternate land animals with sea food.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: William on July 11, 2009, 11:22:35 pm
I would suggest a 5-6 week trial. By that stage, you should have a good idea as to  whether it's a success or a failure re health.

Note Lex's comments on how long changes take.
3 months might be a fair trial, but if it does not work for you that would be evident sooner.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: lex_rooker on July 12, 2009, 11:44:53 am
Lex, I thought that with meat the body would be converting the protein to glucose like you said?

Yes, my experiments seem to demonstrate that about 58% (who really knows), of all the protein we eat is converted to glucose.  That doesn't stop the body from converting many of its tissues to run more efficiently on fatty acids.  As I understand it, tissues in the eyes and some areas of the brain require glucose to function.  Most other tissue will do fine on ketones or fatty acids once they gear up for it.

Many of the body's tissues can utilize either glucose or fatty acids.  Cells metabolize glucose using a fermentation process.  To utilize fatty acids requires mitochondria as part of the process.  Most cancer cells are short on mitochondria and therefore require glucose to grow and multiply as they can't efficiently metabolize fatty acids.  Normal cells can use either glucose or fatty acids, but seem to require some time to switch enzymes or add additional mitochondria to gain maximum efficiency on one fuel or the other.

Like automobiles that have a dual fuel system (will run on either propane or unleaded gas), each fuel type has its specific requirements and trade-offs and the engine must be specifically adjusted to maximize efficiency for the most used fuel.  The alternate fuel will work but power and milage will suffer unless the engine is re-tuned.  Our bodies are the same.  The only difference is that the body will detect the new fuel and over time will adjust itself.

Lex

Lex
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: lex_rooker on July 12, 2009, 11:49:10 am
Gosh, if it is 5 to 6 weeks, I think I would need different animals. 
I would alternate land animals with sea food.

Why would you think that you would need meat from different animals if your experiment is extended beyond a couple of weeks?  I've eaten beef almost exclusively for several years now and have experienced no problems whatsoever. All other meats (or eggs) make up less than 5% of my total diet.  Beef makes up the other 95%.

Lex
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on July 12, 2009, 12:48:15 pm
My update, the kalamansi in water in the morning didn't work out, it just made my tummy acidic.  And I had no appetite for raw beef at breakfast. 

The next day I tried coconut water with the meat / fat - calmer stomach.

My next days will be coconut water with the meat / fat in the mornings, then raw beef at lunch and dinner.  Still adjusting...
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on July 14, 2009, 09:53:36 am
This pure raw beef diet is a lot harder to execute than I thought.
I'm having mis-starts for various reasons...
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: PaleoPhil on July 14, 2009, 01:19:43 pm
GS,
I wish you all the best in your experiment.  Just remember, a change of this magnitude may cause some initial problems such as constipation, or loose bowels, and low energy as your body adapts to the new diet.  Most everyone who has made the transition successfully has gone through the same thing, including me.

...
Hmmm, maybe the gradual change approach is better, because I gradually adopted a higher-fat, lower-carb, more raw meats diet over time and it had the opposite effect--giving me small improvements in bowels right from the start until after a month and a half to two months they were better than ever before in my life. But maybe that's just me.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: William on July 14, 2009, 07:19:31 pm
Mixing fat meat and anything from plant source did not work for me - they fought in my stomach.

Enough tallow turned out to be essential, because I could not do the raw beef fat.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: van on July 15, 2009, 09:15:54 am
Goodsamaritan,   what works well for me....  when I was eating wai etc,  there was a lot of thinking about when, what, how much etc.... or else I would lose weight and energy....  So first thing, eat ONLY when hungry, charles says only eat when you think you could eat a whole steak.  This will help with thinking about eating at certain times and certain foods.    You might want to forgo the coconut water for a while. Or at least forgo the idea that it is still necessary for your hydration or health or whatever....  I have lived near the equator and have also used it alot.  But I never thought it sat well with longer digesting foods like fat and meat.  It can ferment very quickly.   Plus there's always the tendency to follow the minds thoughts, like,  'It's morning time,  I need to hydrate"..... if you are thirsty, drink water.  It won't trigger an insulin response and cause false hunger.  If you can, exercise before eating your fist meal.   Then, when hungry, you might like to take the Bear's advice and to start with fat, and when it no longer seems tasty, then start with the leaner portions of meat.  Look for the stop.  That stop will teach you each time you eat, how much fat, and how much meat or protein your body needs at that time.  Acute listening for me has given me a lot more energy.  Presumably from not having to digest and eliminate excess fat or protein.  I eat twice per day.  But once again only eat when truly hungry.  Snacking will alter your perception of true hunger and make it more difficult for your body to become a fat burner for energy.  Especially if every time you think you need a pick me up from a bite of fruit, that you give in.  You might want to look into that phenomena.  Having come from a BIG fruit background, that was a most difficult habit to change.  I totally agree with Lex, in that it can really take months to take full stock of the change.  But one think you can pay attention to right away is the effects of keeping blood sugar stable throughout the day.  It can become your Bible for longevity.    Hope this helps.  I have been following your entries for some time and appreciate your willingness to look for what is true for you.    Van
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: PaleoPhil on July 15, 2009, 09:50:09 am
Mixing fat meat and anything from plant source did not work for me - they fought in my stomach.

Enough tallow turned out to be essential, because I could not do the raw beef fat.
Yeah, tallow is easier for me too. It's not truly raw, but I can digest it and enjoy better as I transition to raw.

Pemmican was too time consuming for me and I would quickly run out, because I don't yet have a meat factory like Lex. ;D So I came up with a couple of shortcuts that are working well for me. I dip the beef jerky strips into the tallow like a chip dip--this and pemmican are now yummy to me even though I started out disliking pemmican--or add cold or melted tallow to raw or lightly cooked meats.

I love having my clean mouth back now that I finished up my remaining fruits and am back to meats and fats. At the work cafeteria I had burger meat, a couple hard boiled eggs and just some greens with broccoli and olive oil on top of it all--because everything there is way too lean and olive oil is the only fat there I can eat.

Hooray! It's great waking up with a clean and refreshed mouth in the morning. The carbs from fruits were probably feeding a lot of bad bacteria in my mouth who were stinking up the place. Good riddance to the SuperInfinity diet, hello meat & fat diet! Yay! I feel the positive vibes starting to flow back into my body after every meal already.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: TylerDurden on July 15, 2009, 04:31:53 pm
This pure raw beef diet is a lot harder to execute than I thought.
I'm having mis-starts for various reasons...

Well I suppose you could try other meats like goat or water buffalo. Perhaps with 7 or 8 different raw meats you could handle it over time. That said, not finding the meats tasty/having no appetite for meats (even just 1 meal a day)is usually a sign that one needs carbs. (Though I myself didn't get that feeling until at least 2 weeks into the diet or more).

Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: lex_rooker on July 15, 2009, 11:46:57 pm
GS,
I also went through a period where meat and fat just didn't sound appetizing at all.  Of course carbs sounded wonderful.  I just had to push through this phase and it took several weeks.  My method was just not to eat until I was hungry for meat and fat.  I'd try to eat a little every day, but if I could only eat a few oz then so be it.  I did loose some weight during this time, but over a few week's time, I found my hunger gradually increasing and I was eating more and more meat and fat and craving carbs less and less.

This is also the time when my energy flagged (for obvious reasons), but again, I just made my commitment and stuck it out.  Most people don't find it worth the effort.  In my case, I had so many health problems that I felt I had no choice.  It was make this work or take all the medications for the diabetes, high blood pressure, cholesterol & etc.  If you go back in the archives, I think you'll find that Craig Bates had the same experience and he and I discussed this issue a bit at that time as well.

Lex
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Nicola on July 23, 2009, 04:26:01 am
Have you already given up? On your blog you mention

Sigh, it’s one of those days.  I stumbled onto crummy fruits and we had a terrible breakfast.  The avocado was icky, the papaya was pale and not tasty, the watermelon was pale.  Arggghhhh….

and a nother question: you talk about a "coffee enema"; how the hell do you get coffee into the bowel and right up to the liver - no word of that in your "recipe"...

Your children...my father grew up at the end of world war II and never ever thought of doing or needing all the things you mention on your blog; perhaps that made him healthy?

Nicola
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on July 23, 2009, 08:24:19 am
Have you already given up? On your blog you mention

Sigh, it’s one of those days.  I stumbled onto crummy fruits and we had a terrible breakfast.  The avocado was icky, the papaya was pale and not tasty, the watermelon was pale.  Arggghhhh….

The mono beef diet or zero carb experiment will have to wait.  I did not realize it involved so much adjustment from my raw omnivore diet.

I have to concentrate on growing my business and earning a living now that I'm really really healthy.  I currently do not have any complaints with raw omnivore fruit and meat.

I will find the time to experiment some time.

and a nother question: you talk about a "coffee enema"; how the hell do you get coffee into the bowel and right up to the liver - no word of that in your "recipe"...

Coffee Enema is putting fluid through the anus.  If you lay on your right side it will reach your liver somehow.  It relieves cancer patients of pain because their liver reflex is to dump toxins when in contact with coffee.

Your children...my father grew up at the end of world war II and never ever thought of doing or needing all the things you mention on your blog; perhaps that made him healthy?

Nicola


Health is a multi-generational thing.  Each generation becomes either healthier or worse.  I only learned about truth in health principles beginning 2006.  Maybe I can reverse our multi-generational health so the next generations will be healthier.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Nicola on July 23, 2009, 08:47:39 pm
Coffee Enema is putting fluid through the anus.  If you lay on your right side it will reach your liver somehow...

My question was how do you put fluid through the anus or in other words with what?

I used to do a flush with this

http://www.intima2000.ch/start.html

- put after just eating meat and fat I have not wanted to try again (perhaps it's also this ionized water that I drink)...it may not be good to flush water threw your bowels (Charles also had something about this on his zerocarb blog).
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on July 23, 2009, 09:03:41 pm
My question was how do you put fluid through the anus or in other words with what?

I used to do a flush with this

http://www.intima2000.ch/start.html

- put after just eating meat and fat I have not wanted to try again (perhaps it's also this ionized water that I drink)...it may not be good to flush water threw your bowels (Charles also had something about this on his zerocarb blog).

You use an enema kit.  Nothing special.  The same enema kit you get at a pharmacy / drug store.

I only recommend coffee enemas to really sick people where liver flushing is not fast enough, like this guy I helped who had liver cirrhosis / liver cancer.  It brought him pain relief when all his painkiller drugs failed.

Healthy people like us do not need these coffee enemas.

The article you read where I was telling people to give Cory Aquino a coffee enema is for our former Philippine president who is dying in pain in a hospital and all her drugs had already failed her.  She will die a painful death. 
http://www.myhealthblog.org/2009/07/20/cory-aquino-dying-and-in-pain-can-you-please-give-her-a-coffee-enema/
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: William on July 24, 2009, 03:40:16 am
Could explain the recent scientific finding that those who drink >5 cups of coffee/day live longer.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on July 24, 2009, 06:48:44 am
Could explain the recent scientific finding that those who drink >5 cups of coffee/day live longer.

Coffee enema pumped in the colon lets the liver dump its toxins.  Drinking the coffee does not cleanse the liver.  Just like most studies, is probably backed by the coffee industry to promote drinking coffee.

Coffee is such bad news to me. When I drink coffee it makes me feel light headed as if my blood and my brain is starved of oxygen.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: William on July 24, 2009, 08:08:40 am
Just like most studies, is probably backed by the coffee industry to promote drinking coffee.

Coffee is such bad news to me. When I drink coffee it makes me feel light headed as if my blood and my brain is starved of oxygen.

Could be, but not all coffee is equal - I can drink all the organic Colombian I want, and have had no bad reaction to Yemen, but can't drink Sumatra or Mexican - all organic.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on July 31, 2009, 10:23:41 pm
Yes, that is a good idea, there are different types of coffee and we can't lump all of them as one. 

This afternoon I was visiting a client who is an alternative health clinic and they served their healthy coffee and this time i felt no negative effects from their coffee.

I must remember to ask the kind of coffee beans they used on that one.

I have lost my desire for coffee, I only took this one because she was paying her overdue bills.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on August 28, 2009, 08:53:09 am
Lately several fruit in the morning has been over activating my pooping reflex.
This morning was bothersome, 4 times already.
I think I have to cut down to one kind of fruit in the morning. 
The reason is I want slower poop transit times.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on September 18, 2009, 01:03:03 pm
I've gotten over my fear of drinking plain water.
I noticed that I absorb water better when I put several ice cubes in it.
Maybe temperature has something to do with it.

I can now do zero carb days experiments.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on October 13, 2009, 07:30:06 am
I realize now and feel first hand now that on very low carb it seems my body is conservative and efficient in its requirements.

I'm not hungry.  I'm not continuously peeing.  I'm not thirsty.


Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: PaleoPhil on October 13, 2009, 08:34:49 am
I realize now and feel first hand now that on very low carb it seems my body is conservative and efficient in its requirements.

I'm not hungry.  I'm not continuously peeing.  I'm not thirsty.



Good to hear from you, GS. Yes, frequent and excessive urination is associated with high blood sugar levels and diabetes (there's an explanation here: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Why_does_polyuria_occur_with_diabetes_mellitus). My own urination and excretion amounts and frequency and thirst also decreased when I went raw carnivore, even though I had already been VLC and mostly raw beforehand.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: DeadRamones on October 13, 2009, 02:20:57 pm
Never knew that PaleoPhil. I should be careful then, diabetes run in my family. I always have to pee, but thought it was cause I drank to much water(1+gallon a day). I'll definitely try to lower my carbs now.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: PaleoPhil on October 13, 2009, 10:20:00 pm
A gallon+ does sound like a lot, though I haven't tracked how much I drink since my UTI and kidney stone days, but if you notice that you urinate more frequently and more heavily than others seem to even at equal amounts of fluid consumption, then it's a good idea to examine how much carbs/sugars you're consuming. And if you have more bowel movements than avg and of seemingly high volume, then that appears to be an indication that you're eating a lot of plant foods that you don't digest well--at least, that's what turned out to be the case for me. Some people are more sensitive to carbs and plants than others.

I had a good friend who was always running to the bathroom. He used to add flavored syrups to his daily coffee and eat bagels nearly every morning. He eventually developed leukemia and did not survive it. Even then (before I knew about RPD) I knew he didn't eat healthy, but when I asked what his doctors said about nutrition, he told me they said he could eat whatever he wanted and that it wouldn't make any difference to his disease. His first doctor also told him his survival chances were excellent and the chance of his dying was about the same as an airplane flying into his home.

I've noticed in recent years that people tend to strongly resist giving up carbs. Even I tried to hold onto my favorite carbs (such as berries, apples and the occasional nondairy chocolate bar), despite the improvements I experienced when I reduced carbs. The pull is so strong that I'm still hoping I can handle re-introducing berries and apples at some point, but will try to be strong if they continue to cause symptoms. In looking back, my friend did seem much more hooked on carbs than the avg person.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: William on October 13, 2009, 11:42:41 pm
He used to add flavored syrups to his daily coffee and eat bagels nearly every morning. He eventually developed leukemia and did not survive it.

May as well say he died of bad taste; cops do it better with coffee and doughnuts, and high class folks like me kill themselves with coffee and a Bismark.  ;)
Europeans are said to do it with coffee and a croissant.
Title: New office in building beside the big wet market for fresh food daily
Post by: goodsamaritan on November 04, 2009, 12:34:12 pm
Applying to locate my office to the building beside the big wet market for fresh food daily
Wed, Nov 4, 2009 at 12:28 pm Posted in General Health, Resources 0 Comments edit

The great flood of September has forced us to move our physical office.  My target is Medalla building beside Farmer’s Market in Cubao, my favorite wet market.  This time my choice of office location is dictated by my new gut instinct, the need for fresh food, fresh raw meats, fresh fruits, fresh everything, you name it.

Besides, I go to Farmer’s market often enough I can save on parking, on gas, they have most of the things we need: the best grass fed raw beef, fresh ocean fish daily at 1:30pm, fresh vegetables, fresh fruits, raw honey, and they have a dampa for those cooked food eaters.

My personal interest is raw meats daily at lunch.  Fresh from the butchers.  Never refrigerated.

My family interest is daily marketing.  Just like Japanese traditions, fresh food is the very important. I could work as early as 7am and go home by 2pm when the kids fetch me.  I come home with fresh food.

The location is very good for public transportation, just go down the MRT station and you are there.

The room we are looking at has a nice view and nice fresh air at the top of the building.  Maybe it is fresh enough that the dirty air is at the bottom.

We are still waiting for the landlord to give us a go signal.  I don’t see why not.

http://www.myhealthblog.org/2009/11/04/applying-to-locate-my-office-to-the-building-beside-the-big-wet-market-for-fresh-food-daily/
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on November 11, 2009, 09:52:40 pm
Dreams do come true sometimes.
We just moved our office today.
I am now in my favorite big wet market every working day.
Fresh from the butcher every fresh raw animal of my liking.
Whether it be clams, oysters, beef, goat, fish, etc, etc.
And also if I feel like any kind of fruit.
And even vegetables.

I must remember to concentrate on business to make money, not merely enjoy this new raw paleo haven.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: livingthelife on November 12, 2009, 12:31:30 am
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Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on November 18, 2009, 10:16:47 pm
I feel like I need to schedule a fast soon.
Probably a 1 to 3 day orange juice fast.
Or probably a coconut juice and meat fast for 1 day.
Let's see what my instincts tell me.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: van on November 18, 2009, 10:30:59 pm
 I will be interested to here how your experiment goes.  Orange juice is a very high glycemic 'food'.    What signs are you experiencing that tell you to fast?  If I eat too much, or too late, or when I am not hungry, that meal won't digest completely leaving me feeling somewhat with an unclean feeling inside.  But then at that point I just wait till I am really hungry again, eat a smaller portion, make sure I am exercizing, sleeping well, waiting till I am really hungry before I eat.... and all is well.    So let us know what you learn.  thanks
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: ys on November 18, 2009, 10:52:50 pm
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I feel like I need to schedule a fast soon.

Can you please describe the feeling?  Is it some kind of discomfort, or fatigue, or anything like that that is asking for the fast?
Please let us know.  Thanks.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on November 18, 2009, 10:54:04 pm
In my experience, oranges as used in the (diluted) orange juice fast are not high glycemic.
The procedure is just to consume up to 8 oranges a day.
1 orange squeezed in a tall glass of water each time and sipped.
This was taught by barefoot herbalist mh who theorized that diluted fruit juice fasts are safer and better than water fasts which he says are hard on the kidneys.

What am I feeling?  Well, there's the lack of desire to consume meat lately.  I've been on a lot of meat past few months and there is that "feeling" that is still hard for me to quantify.  Maybe I've finally topped off my protein requirements.  Lately I feel a desire to eat less meat and more plant or fruit.

This afternoon I couldn't resist the fresh raw beef in the market that looked so awesomely tasty, I just had to have some... I forgot to eat lunch with all the driving around... my driver was absent.

I used to be puzzled why some people fasted once a year.  Maybe after gorging on so much meat lately, I feel like I need to fast as well.

Maybe I should try to fast using coconuts for a change.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: ys on November 19, 2009, 12:37:17 am
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What am I feeling?  Well, there's the lack of desire to consume meat lately.  I've been on a lot of meat past few months and there is that "feeling" that is still hard for me to quantify.  Maybe I've finally topped off my protein requirements.  Lately I feel a desire to eat less meat and more plant or fruit.

I hear you.  I think it is good to have a break from meat/fat routine once in a while. 
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: raw on November 19, 2009, 04:17:04 am
Good to hear from you, GS. Yes, frequent and excessive urination is associated with high blood sugar levels and diabetes (there's an explanation here: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Why_does_polyuria_occur_with_diabetes_mellitus). My own urination and excretion amounts and frequency and thirst also decreased when I went raw carnivore, even though I had already been VLC and mostly raw beforehand.
frequen urination also cause by urinary track inffection and that's what i'm having now. i don't eat any sugary fruits or grains (starch)...
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: raw on November 19, 2009, 04:29:59 am
i'd love to be like lex, but i'm simple a human being and i'm not perfect... so does GS; i understand your feeling (GS) and so do rest of our friends (including  LEX). lex already mentioned that he didn't have any choice and that maked easy for lex to have only meat and fat in his diet. he's very organize person and i like him very much for that. please, keep reporting about this subject gs. we all curious about you. thanks.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: PaleoPhil on November 19, 2009, 10:46:47 am
frequen urination also cause by urinary track inffection and that's what i'm having now. i don't eat any sugary fruits or grains (starch)...
Yes, though with UTI's there tends to be less volume than with diabetes, especially since dehydration is one factor that can contribute to UTI's. My own chronic UTI's cleared up when I eliminated gluten, but you're not eating that, so that's not much help to you.

Over the last few weeks my urine became more concentrated, probably because my thirst decreased and I'm eating lots of meat. So I made a conscious effort to increase my water intake (including more mineral water)--coincidentally about a week before Lex's stones made their appearance. My urine is lighter in color now, but it remains rather bubbly, which could mean high levels of protein excretion. I also used to get intermittent mild proteinuria when I ate gluten, so I think I may need to increase my hydration further. If that doesn't work, then I may follow GS' example and take a rest break from my carnivore experiment, as I don't wish to get UTI's or kidney stones again like I did when I was eating gluten. Given my history, I think a bit of caution is not unwarranted.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: William on November 19, 2009, 10:23:06 pm
frequen urination also cause by urinary track infection and that's what i'm having now. i don't eat any sugary fruits or grains (starch)...

IIRC UTI is a result of wrong pH/not enough friendly bacteria; both seem to be caused by diet, probably wheat consumption or maybe other carbs.

Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: raw on November 20, 2009, 05:12:03 am
Yes, though with UTI's there tends to be less volume than with diabetes, especially since dehydration is one factor that can contribute to UTI's. My own chronic UTI's cleared up when I eliminated gluten, but you're not eating that, so that's not much help to you.

Over the last few weeks my urine became more concentrated, probably because my thirst decreased and I'm eating lots of meat. So I made a conscious effort to increase my water intake (including more mineral water)--coincidentally about a week before Lex's stones made their appearance. My urine is lighter in color now, but it remains rather bubbly, which could mean high levels of protein excretion. I also used to get intermittent mild proteinuria when I ate gluten, so I think I may need to increase my hydration further. If that doesn't work, then I may follow GS' example and take a rest break from my carnivore experiment, as I don't wish to get UTI's or kidney stones again like I did when I was eating gluten. Given my history, I think a bit of caution is not unwarranted.
when i drink my wheat grass juice, i never have this problem even eating whole bunch of rice entire 3 to 4 past yrs. now i'm following the paleo diet and having this again. i'm also dealing with pin worms situation. so, i'm growing again the wheat grass and wheat grass is truly l) miracle food.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on November 20, 2009, 07:30:46 am
1 fruit day accomplished.

breakfast:
- organic papaya from far away Palawan (not commercial)
- some coconut juice and meat (organic)

mid morning:
- 1 whole pink coconut with juice and thick meat (fat)
(pink coconuts have more powerful kidney cleansing powers)

Afternoon snack
- 1 pc native guava (organic)
- some jackfruit (organic)

Had a meeting 4pm to 6pm than attended a seminar plus business meeting until 10:30pm

Evening 11pm had some organic papaya

It was inconvenient to keep peeing and peeing because of so much hydrating fruit, but I think I needed it.  I made sure to eat thick coconut meat for its fat so I do not experience sugar highs and lows.

The high amount of fat and the weight of the coconuts activates poop reflex almost immediately for me.

Maybe I will add some raw duck eggs from Palawan today. We will see.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: RawZi on November 20, 2009, 08:40:51 am
mid morning:
- 1 whole pink coconut with juice and thick meat (fat)
(pink coconuts have more powerful kidney cleansing powers)

    Would you post a picture of a pink coconut?  Does it grow pink on the tree?
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on November 20, 2009, 08:55:01 am
You have to check with the axe to see if the top is pink.
Pink coconuts are 1 in 10.
Sometimes the vendors are lucky to get a lot of pink.
There are some coconut vendors who don't know about pink coconuts.

Here's a blog post with picture of the pink coconut.
http://www.myhealthblog.org/2007/01/07/kidney-cleanse-fresh-coconut-juice-every-morning/
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: raw on November 20, 2009, 12:22:11 pm
1 fruit day accomplished.

breakfast:
- organic papaya from far away Palawan (not commercial)
- some coconut juice and meat (organic)

mid morning:
- 1 whole pink coconut with juice and thick meat (fat)
(pink coconuts have more powerful kidney cleansing powers)

Afternoon snack
- 1 pc native guava (organic)
- some jackfruit (organic)

Had a meeting 4pm to 6pm than attended a seminar plus business meeting until 10:30pm

Evening 11pm had some organic papaya

It was inconvenient to keep peeing and peeing because of so much hydrating fruit, but I think I needed it.  I made sure to eat thick coconut meat for its fat so I do not experience sugar highs and lows.

The high amount of fat and the weight of the coconuts activates poop reflex almost immediately for me.

Maybe I will add some raw duck eggs from Palawan today. We will see.
your foods are really yummy!! you're lucky to have them in Philippines. in US, you have to be a billionaire to have a meal like that. well, one think i remember that eating jackfruit, like it will raise your body temperature just like eating meat. i'm not  big on sweet fruits (i try to follow all those strict rules as raw paleo), but if i live in my country, i'll do the same thing like you. in bangladesh, thousands of tropical organic exotic fruits exist.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on November 20, 2009, 03:06:57 pm
This morning I had papayas again and coconut meat and coconut juice.
Before I left for a meeting this morning I had a raw duck egg (from Palawan, the best)

When I got the the market / office I was buying food for the family, I got the kids some beef ribs.  I also got myself some beef sirloin.  Yummy.

But then I saw men cutting up a very large tuna.  I had my eye on the tuna belly, that's the fatty part, roasted for the kids, raw for me.  So I had 1/4 kilo of the raw tuna belly for my lunch.  Awesome freshly cut. 
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: livingthelife on November 20, 2009, 10:21:44 pm
Seriously, you'd better cut out all these glowing descriptions or you'll have this whole forum showing up at your doorstep!  ;D

Glad the fast worked for you. I tend to skip dinner (evening meal) a few times a week and just drink a lot of green juice and water - same sort of thing.

You're a good role model for "listening to your body"  :)


I just read this:
Now that my office is beside the big wet market with raw everything in it, would people find it appealing to check into a hotel beside the big wet market and be able to get fresh raw everything daily?  I could be your simple guide?

You are awesome!
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments: Not Raw Paleo Day then full of pain!
Post by: goodsamaritan on December 02, 2009, 10:13:42 pm
I was working the whole day with a client to do his networking.  He was going to pay good money so I might as well try to be cordial with him: some coffee, a small glass of coke, cooked pork for lunch and cooked chicken for dinner.

BIG MISTAKE.

Immediately the following day I was rolling in pain.  Frequenting the toilet.  Pooping my guts out.  Large intestine inflamed again.  Something like last September.

Raw paleo diet does not let me get away with mistakes.  It reminds me HORRIBLY PAINFULLY that my body does not want rubbish, it only wants premium clean food.

Do any of you guys and gals experience such pain after eating non - raw paleo for a day?

Scares the daylights out of me.  Now I'm trully queer, I've lost the ability to digest "normal bad food".

No more cordial for me next time.  I'm bringing my own food next time.  I'll just say it's "medical."

After almost 2 years of raw paleo, I know how Tyler feels when he eats cooked meat.  Now it is downright scary.

Anybody else have painful experiences when eating non raw paleo?
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments: Not Raw Paleo Day then full of pain!
Post by: RawZi on December 02, 2009, 10:38:03 pm
Raw paleo diet does not let me get away with mistakes.  It reminds me HORRIBLY PAINFULLY that my body does not want rubbish, it only wants premium clean food.

Do any of you guys and gals experience such pain after eating non - raw paleo for a day?

Scares the daylights out of me.  Now I'm trully queer, ..".

No more cordial for me next time.  I'm bringing my own food next time.  I'll just say it's "medical."

After almost 2 years of raw paleo, I know how Tyler feels ...  Now it is downright scary.

Anybody else have painful experiences when eating non raw paleo?

    Yes.  Depending on the food in question.  Buffalo slightly seared gave me arthritic symptoms within hours.  Boiled organic potato with nothing swelled and inflamed my skin to look and feel horrible.  Raw butter combined with boiled potato had me dream very real dream of the other side.  A little pasteurized curd gave me very disturbing non-realistic at all dream of the other side.  I went off my diet several different times, mostly cause of travel.  I should have fasted rather than eat wrong food in most of the above cases.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: TylerDurden on December 03, 2009, 06:26:56 am
You have 2 options. Either fast for that time or do what other RPDers like me do which is to eat "high-meat" before or after a cooked meal so as to avoid the hangover-like effects of detox. Or you can, like Mark on the other forum, try some(high-quality) enzyme supplements with each cooked meal, he says that works wonders.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: RawZi on December 03, 2009, 06:39:31 am
    Two more good options.  Thank you.  Which enzymes do you recommend?  Where is the best place to buy them? 
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: TylerDurden on December 03, 2009, 06:44:21 am
    Two more good options.  Thank you.  Which enzymes do you recommend?  Where is the best place to buy them? 
  I have no idea as I've never bought artificial enzymes. I've, personally, only ever used "high-meat" or been highly selective as to what I ate(ie no cooked animal food, cooked plant food affects me much less and I try to avoid all processed food if possible). You'll have to ask Mark "ThetaSigma" on the rawpaleodiet yahoo group about this subject as he's the expert on high-quality enzyme supplements.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: RawZi on December 03, 2009, 07:05:30 am
  I have no idea as I've never bought artificial enzymes. I've, personally, only ever used "high-meat" or been highly selective as to what I ate(ie no cooked animal food, cooked plant food affects me much less and I try to avoid all processed food if possible). You'll have to ask Mark "ThetaSigma" on the rawpaleodiet yahoo group about this subject as he's the expert on high-quality enzyme supplements.

    Yes, I wind up doing things my husband's way often.  I don't think I can carry high meats everywhere we go.  I may try some enzymes.  I haven't yet.  Thanks.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments: Not Raw Paleo Day then full of pain!
Post by: cherimoya_kid on December 03, 2009, 09:17:05 am

Anybody else have painful experiences when eating non raw paleo?


Yes.  It's fairly predictable that I'll get stomach cramps after eating some cooked vegetables. Cooked meat doesn't do it. I only eat cooked meat maybe 4 times a year, but it never gives me problems.  Cooked vegetables give me cramps the next day.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments: Not Raw Paleo Day then full of pain!
Post by: whatever on December 03, 2009, 03:51:43 pm

Do any of you guys and gals experience such pain after eating non - raw paleo for a day?


Yep I'm still learning and experimenting only a couple of months on RAF. December is always a month with candy and pastries. I let my meat "rot and dry" for a week in my fridge (meat is becoming dark, black, sometimes gray fat there must be bacteria on it) and have totally no problem but even a small piece of pastry gives me lot's of sick feelings. Strange but true.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: raw on December 04, 2009, 04:53:27 am
"meat is becoming dark, black, sometimes gray fat there must be bacteria on it"

dear friend, my questions are , 1)those dark meat in the refrigerators are oxidized meat right? 2)what kind of benefit we can achieve of consuming that black color meat? 3)which is better- the fresh red raw meat or the black colored old meat? 4)my husband often says that high meat is like cooked meat (except, they have some beneficial probiotics than those cooked meat)... is it true?

these questions often bother me, because i'm new in this diet. when i feed my toddler raw meat, i see the black color here and there and i cut them off from the meat. please, help me to find out these questions. thanks. -\
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on December 07, 2009, 04:34:49 pm
My Raw Paleo Diet Journey:

(Meant to be posted at the rawpaleodiet.com website when finished)

My raw paleo diet adventure came about with my desperate search for the cure for everything that afflicted me.  The challenges to my life always needed a solution.  Being trained as an engineer, a computer geek, a problem solver led me to finding ultimate solutions.

When I was a child I was diagnosed with asthma and my parents promptly followed then doctors orders to drug me with anti-histamines.

When I had cystic acne at 16, dermatologists bombarded me with steroid injections and creams.  Finally one decided I should take an experimental drug called Ro-Accutane.  We had to go to the drug company main office and sign a waiver for their drug was experimental and sever side effects were possible.

In 2004 while visiting the beaches of Boracay I got bit by sandflies and suffered for 2 whole years of itching all over my arms and legs.  After months on steroid injections and steroid creams, I gave up and just let it be and in 2006 the suspected leishmaniasis went away.

All throughout I had foliculitis, got red splotches on my body when I took a bath, got easily faintly tired with strenuous activity, had heart burns, left rotation shoulder pain, was hospitalized for various unknown viral diseases and had some heart murmur called mitral valve prolapse and became obese at 170 pounds and wore 38" waistline pants.

Beginning with my spouse and I's secondary infertility adventure in 2002 led us to clean up our diet eliminating junk foods and eliminating anything not edible from being put on our skin and throwing away the microwave oven.  And using raw oysters to increase sperm counts.

In the same 2002 while trying to conceive I came down with an unknown viral illness, was hospitalized for 3 days, then suffered from chronic fatigue syndrome for 1 month.  The heart doctor who ordered a battery of tests said nothing came out of the tests so he wanted to shape my heart by prescribing a heart shaping medicine called beta blockers but it may kill off my erections!  This was so unacceptable to my core personality as I only had one child and my life goal was at least more than 4.  I sternly refused the drugs and found out that by merely eliminating all sources of caffeine I was able to cure myself in 3 weeks.

When my 2nd child was born in September 2003 I was obese at 170 pounds, I desperately wanted to lose weight to look sexy enough to have more children. I blindly attempted to follow a cooked Atkins diet.  I then sought the teachings of a mainstream western medicine nutritionist and she taught me the way to reduce weight was to reduce the starches and up the vegetables.  I did lose weight and maintained some 140 pounds for some time.  But I was not healthy.

In 2003 a small eczema began on my lower right leg, it was a good itch, I paid no mind to it.  It became full blown in middle of 2005 I had full blown eczema with the size of a steak on my right leg, on my whole face, my ears, my left arm.  I was a mess, I could not work, I could not go out, all 5 doctors I saw told my I was INCURABLE and I was going to be this way for the rest of my life.  

The incurable diagnostics was unacceptable for me.  I was always the open minded type.  No DOGMA was my motto in life.  I'm an engineer, a problem solver, if these so called "doctors" said I was incurable, it only meant THEY DID NOT KNOW the cure and that their common educational foundation was AMISS. I had to find people who DID KNOW the cure... NON-DOCTORS so I drove to a far away town where there were NO western medical doctors, and my true health journey began with a 3rd generation herbalist named Manang Lorna.  My eczema cure story is told in full at www.eczemacure.info

I learned about detoxing: kidney cleanses, liver flushes, colon cleanses and many other cleanses which eliminated my eczema symptoms.  Cured of symptoms.  But I wanted more.  I wanted health.  I knew there was more and I wanted to be healthy so bad I just had to learn more.  All detox and no diet change meant no cure.

In 2007 I had stumbled onto raw veganism through Dr. Tam Mateo.  I tried 2 months of raw veganism his way, his recipes, his consultation, but I got too thin and finally gave up raw veganism.  I added cooked meat and rice again to my diet and to gain weight.  

I was then ready for fasting and I tried a 14 day orange juice fast under the tutelage of Barefoot Herbalist MH.  It was an eye opener.  I got rid of cooked meat and rice addiction.  I was ready to try raw fruitarian.  And I did try raw fruitarian which only lasted me 2 months.  I was getting thinner on raw fruitarian than raw vegan plus I felt cold and I was living in a tropical country, in warm Manila at 25 to 30 degrees celcius.  What finally knocked me to stop the fruitarian madness was when I asked for support as to when my cold feelings would stop.  A long time fruitarian said it would take 5 years!  That did it, I had to find something else.

I stumbled onto the Wai Diet by Wai Genriiu (A form of Raw Paleo Diet).  It was an easy step from fruitarian to Wai Diet, just add extra virgin olive oil and raw fish sashimi and raw egg yolks to my tropical fruits.  Bam!  Instant feeling of good health!  I gained sane enough weight from 112 to 120 pounds on Wai Diet.  The addition of raw meat to my meat less 4 months was a life giving breath to my health.  

After 3 months on Wai Diet I got bored with just sea food, why not try land animals?  I stumbled onto Aajonus Vonderplanitz who went on and on about the benefits of raw land animals, raw beef, raw chicken, plus raw dairy.

I needed some hand holding, some support to get me started and I found Geoff Purcell at AllExperts.com very accessible.  He and Craig Bates started up www.rawpaleoforum.com which was very helpful for newbies like me.

I experimented with raw land animals and liked raw organic grass fed beef the best... the legendary Batangas beef is true!  I experimented with many kinds of raw dairy from goat, cow and carabao and all failed, I just could not digest dairy, I realized I was lactose intolerant.  My tummy also disagreed with raw green juicing.

I got curious about the Homo Optimus Diet involving cooked pork, I made my one month experiment and felt my health was inferior on cooked meat compared to raw meat.

I found out that on raw paleo diet of organic fruit and raw fatty organic animal foods, I never got sick.  I felt invincible.  This was a first for me, going on and on everyday expecting not to get sick.  The only times I felt sick were the times I tried eating a non-raw paleo diet.  Plus for the first time I've got bicep muscles on my arms and I'm a sedentary computer geek.  Gosh, that talk about eating raw meat will make you put on muscles without gym exercises are true.

In 2009 I shifted to a high fat low carb raw paleo diet and I found it to be even more comfortable.  Gone were the shaky hungry feelings characterized by hypoglycemia which I thought was normal throughout my life when every meal time comes.  

Raw paleo diet is the easiest diet I have been on, but high quality organic fruit and organic meat is expensive.  Even easier than regular SAD or cooked paleo diet.  Being free from the shackles of cooking is a dream that must be experienced.  It seems I have found "home" as raw paleo diet is so easy even a caveman can do it.

Raw paleo diet and its variants is curative.  My own small children have experienced eating raw paleo diet themselves.  When the kids are sick I put them on a raw paleo diet same as mine.  When the chips are down, the kids know where to turn to, they know the cure for their illness it is RAW.  They know who the healthiest person at home is these days.

At the end of this year 2009 I will have been 2 years on raw paleo diet and I now weigh a more respectable 128 pounds with a short height of 5'5" and 31" waistline pant size.  Always expecting to achieve even more health over the years as I fine tweak and continually adjust.  All my health issues have been resolved.  It has only been these 2 years I have ever felt healthy.  Today at 40 I look younger, slimmer and have more strength than when I was 30. It is on raw paleo diet that I realized that I as a human were meant to be healthy and stay healthy, effortlessly.  No supplements can match the power of real food.  I was just always running on the wrong fuel.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: whatever on December 07, 2009, 06:46:11 pm
"meat is becoming dark, black, sometimes gray fat there must be bacteria on it"

dear friend, my questions are , 1)those dark meat in the refrigerators are oxidized meat right? 2)what kind of benefit we can achieve of consuming that black color meat? 3)which is better- the fresh red raw meat or the black colored old meat? 4)my husband often says that high meat is like cooked meat (except, they have some beneficial probiotics than those cooked meat)... is it true?

these questions often bother me, because i'm new in this diet. when i feed my toddler raw meat, i see the black color here and there and i cut them off from the meat. please, help me to find out these questions. thanks. -\

I Don't know what state the meat is when I eat it but It doesn't taste disgusting, doesn't smell rotten I like it more than very fresh meat. It is defenetly not cooked (cooked gives more problem with digesting). I Don't know if it's better, AAJones eat rotten meat (also in a video on youtube he's eating black meat out of the fridge) without getting sick but that's a bit to far for me (also just starting). What I learned is that I don't get sick from old not really clean or fresh meat :) .
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on December 09, 2009, 08:31:15 am
Final form:

Testimonial: Edwin Casimero, Philippines

My raw paleo diet adventure came about with my desperate search for the cure for everything that afflicted me.  The challenges to my life always needed a solution.  Being trained as an engineer, a computer geek, a problem solver, led me to finding ultimate solutions or else.

Born in 1969, I grew up just like every urban kid on baby formula, drugs, some fast food, lots of cooked food and following the debunked food pyramid of high cooked carbs and low fat.

When I was a child I was diagnosed with asthma and doctors prescribed anti-histamine drugs.  When I had cystic acne at 16, dermatologists bombarded me with steroid injections and creams.  Finally one decided I should take an experimental drug called Ro-Accutane.  We had to go to the drug company main office and sign a waiver for their drug was experimental and sever side effects were possible.

In 2004 while visiting the beaches of Boracay I got bit by sandflies and suffered for 2 whole years of itching all over my arms and legs.  After months on steroid injections and steroid creams, I gave up and just let it be and in 2006 the suspected leishmaniasis went away.

All throughout my life I had foliculitis, got red splotches on my body when I took a bath, got easily faintly tired with strenuous activity, had heart burns, left rotation shoulder pain, was hospitalized for various unknown viral diseases and had some heart murmur called mitral valve prolapse and became obese at 170 pounds and wore 38" waistline pants.

Beginning with my spouse and I's secondary infertility adventure in 2002 led us to clean up our diet eliminating junk foods and eliminating anything not edible from being put on our skin and throwing away the microwave oven. And using raw oysters to increase sperm counts.

In the same 2002 while trying to conceive I came down with an unknown viral illness, was hospitalized for 3 days, then suffered from chronic fatigue syndrome for 1 month. The heart doctor who ordered a battery of tests said nothing came out of the tests so he wanted to shape my heart by prescribing a heart shaping medicine called beta blockers but it may kill off my erections! This was so unacceptable to my core personality as I only had one child and my life goal was at least more than 4. I sternly refused the drugs and found out that by merely eliminating all sources of caffeine I was able to cure myself in 3 weeks.

When my 2nd child was born in September 2003 I was obese at 170 pounds, I desperately wanted to lose weight to look sexy enough to have more children. I blindly attempted to follow a cooked Atkins diet. I then sought the teachings of a mainstream western medicine nutritionist and she taught me the way to reduce weight was to reduce the starches and up the vegetables. I did lose weight and maintained some 140 pounds for some time. But I still was not healthy.

In 2003 a small eczema began on my lower right leg, it was a good itch, I paid no mind to it. It became full blown in middle of 2005 I had full blown eczema with the size of a steak on my right leg, on my whole face, my ears, my left arm. I was a mess, I could not work, I could not go out, all 5 doctors I saw told my I was INCURABLE and I was going to be this way for the rest of my life.

The incurable diagnosis was unacceptable for me.  I was always the open minded type.  No DOGMA was my motto in life.  I'm an engineer, a problem solver, if these so called "doctors" said I was incurable, it only meant THEY DID NOT KNOW the cure and that their common educational foundation was AMISS. I had to find people who DID KNOW the cure... NON-DOCTORS so I drove to a far away town where there were NO western medical doctors, and my true health learning journey began with a 3rd generation herbalist named Manang Lorna.  My eczema cure story is told in full at www.eczemacure.info

I learned about electro-medicine, herbs and detoxing: kidney cleanses, liver flushes, colon cleanses and many other cleanses which eliminated my eczema symptoms.  Free of eczema symptoms. But I wanted more. I wanted vibrant health.  I knew there was more and I wanted to be healthy so bad I just had to learn more.  All detox and no diet change meant no real cure.

In 2007 I had stumbled onto raw veganism through Dr. Tam Mateo. I tried 2 months of raw veganism his way, his recipes, his consultation, but I got too thin and finally gave up raw veganism.  I added cooked meat and rice again to my diet and to gain weight.  

I was then ready for fasting and I tried a 14 day orange juice fast under the tutelage of Barefoot Herbalist MH.  It was an eye opener.  I got rid of cooked meat and rice addiction.  I was ready to try raw fruitarian.  And I did try raw fruitarian which only lasted me 2 months.  I was getting thinner on raw fruitarian than raw vegan plus I felt cold and I was living in a tropical country, in warm Manila at 25 to 30 degrees celcius.  What finally knocked me to stop the fruitarian madness was when I asked for support as to when my cold feelings would stop.  A long time fruitarian said it would take 5 years!  That did it, I had to find something else.

I stumbled onto the Wai Diet by Wai Genriiu (A form of Raw Paleo Diet).  It was an easy step from fruitarian to Wai Diet, just add extra virgin olive oil and raw fish sashimi and raw egg yolks to my tropical fruits.  Bam!  Instant feeling of good health!  I gained sane enough weight from 112 to 120 pounds on Wai Diet.  The addition of raw meat to my meat less 4 months was a life giving breath to my health.  

After 3 months on Wai Diet I got bored with just sea food, why not try land animals?  I stumbled onto Aajonus Vonderplanitz who went on and on about the benefits of raw land animals, raw beef, raw chicken, plus raw dairy.

I needed some hand holding, some support to get me started and I found Geoff Purcell (in the UK) at AllExperts.com very accessible.  He and Craig Bates started up www.rawpaleoforum.com which was very helpful for newbies like me.

I experimented with various raw land animals with duck, chicken, goat, lamb, frogs and liked raw organic grass fed beef the best... the legendary grass fed Batangas beef with yummy yellow fat is true!  I experimented with many kinds of raw dairy from goat, cow and carabao and all failed, I just could not digest dairy, I realized I was lactose intolerant.  My tummy also disagreed with raw green juicing.

I got curious about the Homo Optimus Diet involving cooked pork, I made my one month experiment and felt my health was inferior on cooked meat compared to raw meat.

I found out that on raw paleo diet of organic fruit and raw fatty organic animal foods, I never got sick for a whole year.  I felt invincible.  This was a first for me, going on and on everyday expecting not to get sick.  The only times I felt sick were the times I tried eating a non-raw paleo diet.  Plus for the first time I've got bicep muscles on my arms and I'm a sedentary computer geek.  Gosh, that talk about eating raw meat will make you put on muscles without gym exercises are true.

In 2009 I shifted to a high fat low carb raw paleo diet and I found it to be even more comfortable.  Gone were the shaky hungry feelings characterized by hypoglycemia which I thought was normal throughout my life when every meal time comes.  

Raw paleo diet is the easiest diet I have been on, but high quality organic fruit and organic meat is expensive.  Even easier than regular SAD or cooked paleo diet.  Being free from the shackles of cooking is a dream that must be experienced.  It seems I have found "home" as raw paleo diet is so easy even a caveman can do it.

To even further my access to the best foods possible I moved my company office to Cubao, just beside my favorite wet market “Farmers Market” for daily fresh marketing.

My diet these days is a high raw fat, low carb diet composed of:

Raw paleo diet and its variants is curative. My own small children have experienced eating raw paleo diet themselves. When the kids are sick I put them on a raw paleo diet same as mine, they know the cure for their illness is RAW because they experience immediate relief. The kids know who the healthiest person at home is these days.  

At the end of this year 2009 I will have been 2 years on raw paleo diet and I now weigh a more respectable 128 pounds with a short height of 5'5" and 31" waistline pant size.  Always expecting to achieve new health heightsover the next years as I fine tweak and continually adjust.  All my health issues have been resolved.  It has only been these 2 years I have ever felt truly healthy.

Today at 40 years old I look younger, slimmer and have more strength than when I was 30. It is on raw paleo diet that I realized that I as a human were meant to be healthy and stay healthy, effortlessly.  No supplements can match the power of real food.  I was just always running on the wrong fuel.

Best wishes,

Edwin
09 December 2009
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: carnivore on December 09, 2009, 03:59:45 pm
Thank you for this testimonial GS !
This will help everybody in search of health.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: wodgina on December 09, 2009, 09:35:28 pm
Well done. Wow you had some pretty wild weight fluctuations! 112 - 170 pounds!

Two years...I think you will keep seeing improvements for years to come. Being 40 yrs I'm guessing around 5 years of improvements and then maybe a plateau?




Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on December 10, 2009, 12:27:56 pm
Thanks for the comments guys.

Raw Paleo Diet Cure All Testimonial by Edwin Casimero in Manila, Philippines

The final edited version is at: http://www.curemanual.com/blog/2009/12/raw-paleo-diet-cure-all-testimonial-by-edwin-casimero-in-manila-philippines/

With picture.

(http://www.curemanual.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/edwin-november-2009-small.jpg)
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: PaleoPhil on December 10, 2009, 12:38:46 pm
Wow, you look healthiest in that photo, GS. Is that a new photo?
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on December 10, 2009, 01:18:56 pm
That's around November 2009 less than a month ago.  Cropped it from a picture with my grandmother who is on that wheel chair.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: wodgina on December 11, 2009, 06:33:16 pm
You look good mate! trim.

Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on December 15, 2009, 11:14:02 pm
My taste has changed.
I now prefer cold beef straight from the refrigerator.
And I now prefer the beef at least 1 day or 2 days up to 2 weeks in the ref rather than totally fresh.

What does this mean?


Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: TylerDurden on December 16, 2009, 02:31:48 am
My taste has changed.
I now prefer cold beef straight from the refrigerator.
And I now prefer the beef at least 1 day or 2 days up to 2 weeks in the ref rather than totally fresh.

What does this mean?

Well, I chose slightly-aged raw meat mainly due to my teeth. But I, subsequently, loved the softness and the stinkiness was rather like a raw aged cheese(without the negative side-effects of raw dairy).
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: RawZi on December 17, 2009, 06:57:50 am
Hello Dear, raw,

"meat is becoming dark, black, sometimes gray fat there must be bacteria on it"

dear friend, my questions are , 1)those dark meat in the refrigerators are oxidized meat right? 2)what kind of benefit we can achieve of consuming that black color meat? 3)which is better- the fresh red raw meat or the black colored old meat? 4)my husband often says that high meat is like cooked meat (except, they have some beneficial probiotics than those cooked meat)... is it true?

these questions often bother me, because i'm new in this diet. when i feed my toddler raw meat, i see the black color here and there and i cut them off from the meat. please, help me to find out these questions. thanks. -\

    I am a very private person.  Sorry to take so long to answer.  It's a way I tend to be, as I have needs, but not so much other help.  By the way, true fact, I don't photograph, never did but maybe a school pic or so.  

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"goodsomaritan experiments". i want to know also how can i make a high meat for baby (little bit tastier way, when he never consumes that before, neither do i) and the amount i should give him. i'm just so gland to find you and i'm dying to see your photo. you just email me , where no one can see you. ...

    I add some (unheated) honey occasionally when I'm making high meats.  Not too much honey though.  It dries the meat itself out.  It made it tastier though in the beginning before I was fully used to the idea of high meats.  I would start giving it in very small amount.  Maybe one cubic centimeter each day or week.  I would eat it too first.  People of any age are more encouraged to eat a new food when they see someone they respect enjoying the same food.  It might take two months to make your first batch of high meats.  Maybe a third of that time though, if you make it outside the refrigerator.  I actually really like the taste of high meats.  I can't think of anything but the honey to make it tastier.  I especially like the taste of chicken high meats.

1)those dark meat in the refrigerators are oxidized meat right?
I guess so.

2)what kind of benefit we can achieve of consuming that black color meat?
I don't know.  I don't think I've eaten black color meat.

3)which is better- the fresh red raw meat or the black colored old meat?
For me, high meats are excellent.  I like fresh meat because it works better than other foods as food to my good health.  I like high meats because they are amazing.

4)my husband often says that high meat is like cooked meat (except, they have some beneficial probiotics than those cooked meat)... is it true?
It could be like cooked meat, in that it is soft.  If you stew meat a long time it gets soft.  If you let raw meat sit it gets soft.  Both ways can help release nutrients.  High meats does it better, IMO.  Has your husband often eaten high meats?

Love,
RawZi

edit 7:16 PM EST
reason: mispelling of a word
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: raw on December 17, 2009, 12:19:57 pm
dearest rawzi/ you're just awesome!!  :-*

thank you for your GREAT answers. i really want to give high meat to my little one. thanks again.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on December 19, 2009, 07:47:16 am
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I was working the whole day with a client to do his networking.  He was going to pay good money so I might as well try to be cordial with him: some coffee, a small glass of coke, cooked pork for lunch and cooked chicken for dinner.

BIG MISTAKE.
Immediately the following day I was rolling in pain.  Frequenting the toilet.  Pooping my guts out.  Large intestine inflamed again.  Something like last September.

Ever since the above happened on December 1, my large intestine healed slowly and now that it is healed, it is not the same. I'm getting a flatter, firmer gut. It's hard to describe but now I feel that somehow even older debris has been removed and that my large intestine today at December 19, 2009 has been upgraded to something like new and improved Version 2.0.  I feel I'll be growing fatter as this new large intestine Version 2.0 seems will be more efficient in absorbing nutrients.






Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on December 19, 2009, 08:34:13 am
Yay! Ezinearticles published my article:

2 Years on Raw Paleo Diet Testimonial (http://ezinearticles.com/?id=3408415)
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments: 3 day Orange Juice Fast is Too Easy
Post by: goodsamaritan on December 28, 2009, 08:37:37 am


I’m on my 3rd day of orange juice fasting and it is too easy. My 8 year old boy called for this fast but stopped after 1 day. My mindset was on 3 days so I continued on. This is too easy. I would like to gun for a 21 day orange juice fast in January or February.

On my 2nd day of orange juice fasting yesterday morning I decided to buy a fresh raw coconut. Malakanin consistency aka with some thick but scoopable raw coconut meat / fat because I want to use this raw fat to make my bowels move instead of those dreaded chemical epsom salts. As a principle in orange juice fasting, you want to move your bowels daily. So the coconut meat / fat did the trick, I moved. And this 3rd day in the morning I moved again so no need to eat more coconut meat. And yesterday on the 2nd day I did some pool swimming with my kids.

This 3rd day at lunch I have a meeting with a customer who flew in from out of the country. The staff is eating, I’m just there for the meeting, I made it clear with the customer that I’m on a 3 day fast and this is my last day.

What can I say about this fast? It’s too easy. I think my adaptation to a high fat low carb raw diet has allowed me to have steady blood sugar levels. I don’t get hungry, I don’t get hypoglycemia symptoms. I’m now confident I can attempt a 21 day orange juice fast. I don’t like enemas so I will be using coconut meat fat as a bowel moving aid as I see fit.

I’ll fatten up some more and then attempt a 21 day orange juice fast. Maybe when I hit 135 pounds I’ll do the next long fast.

from my blog: http://www.myhealthblog.org/2009/12/28/3-day-orange-juice-fast-is-too-easy/
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments: 3 day Orange Juice Fast is Too Easy
Post by: PaleoPhil on December 29, 2009, 07:23:07 am

I’m on my 3rd day of orange juice fasting and it is too easy. My 8 year old boy called for this fast but stopped after 1 day. My mindset was on 3 days so I continued on. This is too easy. I would like to gun for a 21 day orange juice fast in January or February....
That doesn't sound too healthy, GS. Why not seek some other opinions--like Lex's--on that first? He had bad results from long fasts in the past. If you're determined to do it, at least monitor your health stats, like fasting and post-prandial blood sugar and weight, during it. Why do you want to do a long "juice fast"?
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: TylerDurden on December 29, 2009, 08:24:22 pm
21 days seems rather long. I've heard of people dying after just 13 days on a water-only fast and as PP said, Lex did 30 days which was disastrous.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Hannibal on December 29, 2009, 08:31:31 pm
AFAIK, the fasts are the best, when they don't exceed 3-4 days.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on December 30, 2009, 01:34:55 am
Thanks for the concern, you guys are the best.

I want to study the different kinds of fasts and what they are good for.  I will try a 1 day and a 3 day water fast eventually just to see what they are good for.  I have to read up and be guided when I do the fasts. I wish to be an accomplished healer with many tools in his arsenal so my family will never fear diseases ever.

I owe Barefoot Herbalist MH for teaching me the 14 day orange juice fast which reset my body and made me get rid of rice and cooked meat addiction.

Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: cherimoya_kid on December 31, 2009, 10:28:46 am
I've done up to 5 days with no problem, myself.  It definitely can be overdone, though.  I did about 3 or 4 3-5 day fasts in one month, one time, and it took me about 3 or 4 days to fully recover from the last of those fasts. 
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: ForTheHunt on February 10, 2010, 12:50:07 am
I've done 12 days of water only.

I think fasting is great for you and my health improved significantly. I released insane amounts of mucoid plaque. One improvement I saw straight away was the skin on my elbows always used to be dry, red, crusty and covered with warts, but after the fast it was totally gone.

But I think doing 5-6 days twice would've been healthier. A lost a looooot of weight. I went from 75kgs to 60 and lost almost all of my muscle I had worked very hard for for about 4 years :)

Thankfully after reintroducing meat to my diet they're coming back quickly.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: RawZi on February 10, 2010, 02:51:22 am
... I think doing 5-6 days twice would've been healthier. A lost a looooot of weight. I went from 75kgs to 60 and lost almost all of my muscle I had worked very hard for for about 4 years :)

Thankfully after reintroducing meat to my diet they're coming back quickly.

    Do you recommend going straight from wateronly 5 days fast to raw meat?
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: RawZi on February 10, 2010, 02:55:38 am
... I did about 3 or 4 3-5 day fasts in one month, one time, and it took me about 3 or 4 days to fully recover from the last of those fasts. 

    I take longer to recover, but my fasts were longer too. 

    I take a ridiculously long time to recover, but I'm still glad I have the experience of it.  The fasting was helpful too in my health and life.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: ForTheHunt on February 10, 2010, 05:05:44 am
    Do you recommend going straight from wateronly 5 days fast to raw meat?

I'm not sure. I was a raw vegan when I did this so I ate raw vegan food.

They recommend you just eat light salats and stuff for a few days afterwards, because at first your colon has no bacteria.. I just had watery diarrea and I saw undigested bits of fruit and stuff coming out. But eventually it will balance out.

If I was doing a fast right now I'd probably eat stuff like eggs, high fat and a small chunk of lean meats afterwards
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on February 20, 2010, 09:22:09 pm
Taken under the wing of Dr. Michel Tetrault - Chiropractor.

Dr. Tetrault set up a health and lifestyle coaching business and is on test run.  I'm one of the test run subjects and get free consultation.  Regularly a nurse handles the client.  But in my "advanced" mindset Dr. Tetrault felt it good to take me under his wing personally.

Wow, joy of joys, a new teacher!  And I get to meet him weekly.

I want to gain muscle. 

Initially he wants me to list down exercise activities I can do.  He thinks I should eat more vegetables.  So today I blendered some celery and carrots together.  He thinks I eat too much fat.

I'm now recording my daily meals.  Tedious, but this may help me achieve the next level.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: miles on February 20, 2010, 11:02:25 pm
The next level of what? How could this guy know what you should eat?
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on February 20, 2010, 11:13:32 pm
The next level of what? How could this guy know what you should eat?

I was immensely sick in 2005 as you can see in my website www.eczemacure.info

All I ever wanted was to get well.  And yes I am well now.  Healthier than I have ever been.

Next level for me is to have real muscles, strength, have athletic ability I never ever had.  I want something like Vlad in his video.

Tetrault is a wise and experienced chiropractor and health coach.  

http://www.chiropractic.com.ph/

Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: PaleoPhil on February 22, 2010, 04:15:32 am
... He thinks I should eat more vegetables.  So today I blendered some celery and carrots together.  He thinks I eat too much fat....
Of course he does. Nearly everyone thinks that anything over the ridiculously low fat recommendations of government authorities is unhealthy.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: van on February 23, 2010, 10:58:02 am
GS,  you know you are going to have to lift heavy weights to gain muslcle?  Yes?  It sounded like you wrote that all you needed to do is eat more vegs? 
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on February 23, 2010, 11:04:26 am
I need exercise yes.  I'm looking for fun ways to do it. 
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: wodgina on February 23, 2010, 01:06:01 pm
I need exercise yes.  I'm looking for fun ways to do it. 

Heavy weights will take you to the next level. Find a real weight lifting gym and get personal instruction. This will help with motivation and results.

You have asked a few times about increasing testosterone well for me lifting heavy weights increases my mine I'm cockier when I lift, same with HIIT. I now need to learn to fight, something like the way Sully attacked that punching bag in his YouTube videos would be good.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Nicola on February 24, 2010, 03:57:49 am
Hi, in your blog you talk about an experiment with "China Slim Tea"

http://tinyurl.com/ykczr34

To find out more I "googled" this tea and found out more

http://www.healthandbeauty.net.au/china-slim-tea/

Is this what paleoman would have used herbs for; can you see humans cramping and cleansing...perhaps they didn't drink tea, perhaps they just ate herbs???

Nicola
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on February 24, 2010, 06:38:28 am
Hi, in your blog you talk about an experiment with "China Slim Tea"

http://tinyurl.com/ykczr34

To find out more I "googled" this tea and found out more

http://www.healthandbeauty.net.au/china-slim-tea/

Is this what paleoman would have used herbs for; can you see humans cramping and cleansing...perhaps they didn't drink tea, perhaps they just ate herbs???

Nicola

MyHealthblog.org is not a paleo blog. 
I put other stuff in it.
That herbal colon cleanser is not for me.
It's for the people in the household who have trouble pooping because their diet is too low on fat and they keep eating constipating wheat products: maids, driver, mother in law, etc.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Nicola on February 24, 2010, 08:49:49 pm
MyHealthblog.org is not a paleo blog. 
I put other stuff in it.
That herbal colon cleanser is not for me.
It's for the people in the household who have trouble pooping because their diet is too low on fat and they keep eating constipating wheat products: maids, driver, mother in law, etc.


If we are eating a lot of fat and raw meat then that is all liquid - you may be eating a little fruit which should not have much to it...how the hell is one able/need to poo??? The whole picture does not make sense to me...that's how I could understand that Delfuego (the man who eats pemmican) only has a runny discharge every now and then!

Then again when I read about this colon tea...are we meant to be full of ??? and drinking that tea just upsets the whole system?

Nicola

Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: djr_81 on February 24, 2010, 09:39:22 pm
If we are eating a lot of fat and raw meat then that is all liquid - you may be eating a little fruit which should not have much to it...how the hell is one able/need to poo??? The whole picture does not make sense to me...that's how I could understand that Delfuego (the man who eats pemmican) only has a runny discharge every now and then!
There's connective tissue in fat which we eliminate which adds solid bulk.
Most people also eat more food than their body will use which adds solid bulk to an elimination.
Lastly, while the chyme mix is a liquid when it enters the small intestine and the nutrients are absorbed it is slowly reduced in liquidity as it travels down the large intestine towards the anus.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: William on February 24, 2010, 11:21:13 pm
There's connective tissue in fat which we eliminate which adds solid bulk.


That connective tissue must be made of proteins arranged like tendons or hair or like that to be indigestible, but I have not seen a respectable analysis of it.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on June 27, 2010, 10:07:01 pm
I made some errors today.

Yesterday I had some Thai tamarind, imported, in a box,  Made me fart so much and made my tummy grumble.

This lunch I had a 2 week old tuna in my refrigerator.  Looked "high" enough.  It was just left open. I had a headache later in the afternoon.

This evening I decided I had enough of this headache and had our maid pluck some fresh avocado leaves and boiled me some tea, 1 liter.  Chugged it all with some honey.  Worked really fast.  Headache gone.  This kidney / blood cleanse works really fast.

How to do this kidney cleanse?  http://www.curemanual.com/detox-protocols-and-treatments/kidney-cleansing/how-to-make-avocado-leaves-tea-for-kidney-cleansing/
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on June 27, 2010, 10:17:01 pm
Now that I have real health, thanks to all you guys and gals at RPD...

I vow these next 10 years I will dedicate myself to making a lot of money because I have kids growing up. (I'm 40)

I vow that along the way to making money I will have to look better and stronger.  I'll probably want some useful strength training.  Something like jerk lifting and sprinting.  I have to be as strong or stronger than my kids.

Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Ioanna on June 28, 2010, 12:18:57 am
I vow that along the way to making money I will have to look better and stronger.  I'll probably want some useful strength training.  Something like jerk lifting and sprinting.  I have to be as strong or stronger than my kids.

You're wonderful gs! I love this way of thinking!! :)
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on July 25, 2010, 10:08:22 am
I think I've crossed a milestone at 2 years and 7 months.
Raw meat just seems so natural, like this lifestyle is now a glove that fits perfectly.
Somehow my mind is now at peace.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: PaleoPhil on July 25, 2010, 10:09:34 am
Yes, my mind is more at peace too, and clearer, since I've been eating a more meat-based diet.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: actionhero on July 25, 2010, 11:35:46 pm
Hehe and that's only 3 years. Imagine how good you will feel in 10 or 20 years on this diet.

Glorious future I foresee for fellow raw paleos.   
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on July 26, 2010, 02:54:30 am
Something has changed in me.

I just noticed in the past week, my usual need / appetite for a lot of raw fat as a portion of my beef has diminished, reduced to 1/2 to 1/4 the usual fat

I am wondering if my body has finished healing or detoxing a stage where I don't need to eat so much raw fat.

Maybe the instinctos know something about this.


Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Paleo Donk on July 26, 2010, 06:09:00 am
I know you have done a series of liver flushes where the last ones were stone free. I wonder if you were to do one again now and see if you got anything out. Its been a long time since you have done one iirc.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on September 12, 2010, 05:39:36 pm
My digestion seems to have fully adjusted to raw.
My tummy just craps out when I eat cooked meat.
So eating cooked meat now pisses me off.

I am gaining weight.
I weighed myself in a balance scale yesterday and it said 128 lbs.

I remember Aajonus saying it must be nice to be some 10 pounds overweight.
That sounds good.
Maybe I will gun for 140 lbs.

Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments: White Tape Worm Segments in Poop?
Post by: goodsamaritan on January 14, 2011, 09:13:36 pm
Interesting:

Past few days I've seen white tape worm like segments in my poop.  They're not moving, and they are segments, something like 1.3 inches long, maybe 2 or more in a formed stool.  So maybe I have an old tape worm that just died?

Why I think the tape worm died?

After my stomach, intestines and colon had been fixed by various probiotic overdosing, I had been steadily gaining weight.  I can feel my pants are tighter and my face is rounder.  I no longer have smelly farts, and farts are a bare minimum.  Hooray for probiotics.

Past 2 weeks I've been eating a lot of ceviche with organic vinegar and lots of garlic on horse meat... love the garlic, seemed like I'm in a garlic binge lately and it is enjoyable to eat it this way.  

So I'm thinking maybe the garlic is killing the old tape worms I got.

Any advice or experience with your own tape worms? Tyler?
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: TylerDurden on January 14, 2011, 09:26:06 pm
Well I did try raw pumpkin seeds but they failed to get rid of the tapeworms. I had to use some pharmaceutical drug, forget the name of the brand. If they had just appeared in my stools, I wouldn't have been bothered to get rid of them - unfortunately, they came out at other times too.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments: White Tape Worm Segments in Poop?
Post by: miles on January 14, 2011, 11:45:02 pm
Past few days I've seen white tape worm like segments in my poop.  They're not moving, and they are segments, something like 1.3 inches long, maybe 2 or more in a formed stool.  So maybe I have an old tape worm that just died?

That doesn't mean it died(as far as I know...)... There are eggs inside the sections of the tape-worm's body, and it detaches some segments to continue the cycle so they will be eaten by another animal.

Some of the eggs will go out your backside to be eaten from the ground, and some will get into your bloodstream, and settle in cysts in your body tissues waiting until you are eaten or go into the ground.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: achillezzz on January 15, 2011, 01:09:03 am
Maybe AV is right? worms/parasites/bacteria they all eat garbage and then when there is no garbage they get out of your clean new body?  -\
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: riy freeman on January 15, 2011, 01:10:03 am
Well, GS do the segments look like the ones in this photo?
http://www.flickr.com/photos/baalands/617427668/
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on January 15, 2011, 01:40:46 am
Not that much and not that big.

Mine was same color, white.  Maybe 1.5" long and 0.3" thick.

At first I thought coconut meat came out whole.

I'm thinking if I should do herbal parasite cleansers or zapping or beam ray on it.  Think think think.

Or maybe I'm happy it seems to be dying.  And I currently feel great after the probiotic repopulation of my gut.

First time for me to notice having tape worms.

My old parasites that came out some years ago were liver flukes.  Looking like tomato peels.

I think I'll eat more garlic and see how much more I can expel.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: TylerDurden on January 15, 2011, 02:18:04 am
Mine were yellowish-white and glistened, looking quite different re shape.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: bharminder on January 15, 2011, 02:36:10 am
If I thought I had tapeworms I would eat lots of garlic, pumpkin seeds, apple cider vinegar, pineapple, coconuts, ginger, hot peppers(habaneros, jalapenos), onions??,  crushed cloves in some water

Then if I felt uncomfortable about it still, then I would try the mix tinctures of wormwood, black walnut, and the crushed cloves.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: PaleoPhil on January 15, 2011, 05:48:44 am
Interesting coincidence that both GS and TD got tapeworms after eating horse meat.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: TylerDurden on January 15, 2011, 05:52:23 am
Interesting coincidence that both GS and TD got tapeworms after eating horse meat.
I had been eating mostly raw horsemeat for 1 month every summer for 6 years before that, without any other such incident. So I don't think horses are more prone to that sort of thing.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: PaleoPhil on January 15, 2011, 07:44:31 am
Of course, it doesn't prove anything and that goes without saying, but it's still an interesting coincidence, like it or not. I haven't heard of any other raw Paleo dieters getting tapeworms.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on January 15, 2011, 08:58:39 am
Here is the opinion of my teacher barefootherbalistmh.com on tapeworms:

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The books say we have tapeworms from our conception to our death, we live in their world. The human body has millions of tape worm eggs, the very dust we breathe has tape worm eggs, etc...Dr. Clark suggest we have 1 adult tape worm at a time, she can be 1 foot to 70 feet long depending on your life habits.

Can anyone be tape worm free? NO.

Can we live in peace with tape worms, YES.

Herbs such as wormwood have been used for hundreds of years to control human parasites as well as many herbs are anti-parasite. Please read what I call the 108 pages on the web site. In the near future I plan on putting the best medical written parasite book ever written almost 100 years ago on the web site, it has been converted to a file, but I need to read it over, etc. before I paste it in the web site.

It is interesting to read/understand about parasites, but better to just kill them all and keep the babies killed off as they hatch, for this I have always reccomended this:

1 tablespoon of dewormer formula per week or as you desire (more), olive leaf capsules/powder daily and 1 drop of pure oregano. These 3 things along with improving on the diet/habit/toxic load etc. will make the body so parasites have no peace or control.

MH

http://curezone.com/forums/am.asp?i=1094682

What I'm figuring out is if this tapeworm is annoying me or not.  Currently it's not because I feel great after my probiotics repopulating my gut last month.

We all have tapeworms.

I asked the beam ray guy in town and he says tape worm is the most difficult of all parasites.  3 to 4 beam ray sessions and wait for the head to come out.  Combining beam ray with herbal dewormer is better.

Of course we will all be reinfected.

This is why other healers think we shouldn't keep killing the bugs for no good reason unless they upset our balance with them.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: King Salmon on January 15, 2011, 10:10:39 am
Any discomfort when you guys had/have tapeworms? How did you know for sure that you had/have one? And,how do you know when its gone/dead or not inside you anymore?
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on January 15, 2011, 11:23:49 am
Any discomfort when you guys had/have tapeworms? How did you know for sure that you had/have one? And,how do you know when its gone/dead or not inside you anymore?

You have tapeworms.

All people on earth have tapeworms:

The books say we have tapeworms from our conception to our death, we live in their world. The human body has millions of tape worm eggs, the very dust we breathe has tape worm eggs, etc...Dr. Clark suggest we have 1 adult tape worm at a time, she can be 1 foot to 70 feet long depending on your life habits.

Can anyone be tape worm free? NO.

Can we live in peace with tape worms, YES.


As mentioned above by barefootherbalistmh.com

It's not bothering me at the moment.  Just noticed the pooping of such stuff for the first time. 
It's good to know all humans have tapeworms, it's just to know when to take action is the question.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: TylerDurden on January 15, 2011, 01:08:20 pm
Any discomfort when you guys had/have tapeworms? How did you know for sure that you had/have one? And,how do you know when its gone/dead or not inside you anymore?
I had small tapeworm segments coming out  the other end at random intervals. Once I used the anti-parasite remedy, I found shrivelled, dead tapeworms coming out in my stools, so I was sure they had been killed off inside.As for symptoms, I started feeling a dull pain in the bladder and then had very painful urination for a couple of days, but those symptoms then disappeared, followed by the first appearance of tapeworm segments in my stools. I never had another problem afterwards with them, though.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments: Tapeworms are moving!
Post by: goodsamaritan on January 15, 2011, 05:04:54 pm
I just took a dump and observed the 1" tapeworm critters.
Seems they are feigning immobility.
A minute or 2 of stillness and they started moving!
Ha.  Confirmed.  They're alive!
Counted 4 this time.

Now I'm thinking it seems I have to hit them with beam ray and herbal parasite cleansers.

Now I'm thinking I must observe my children's poop as well.


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Googled: http://www.google.com/search?client=ubuntu&channel=fs&q=tape+worms+garlic&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8

I'm checking out how to get rid of tapeworms and it shows at:

http://www.howtogetridofstuff.com/pest-control/how-to-get-rid-of-tapeworm/

and

http://www.getridofthings.com/get-rid-of-tapeworms.htm

and

http://en.allexperts.com/q/Alternative-Medicine-Pets-3721/tapeworms-cats-1.htm

That garlic is a tapeworm fighter and that tapeworms can't stand garlic.  And I've been eating a lot of garlic lately.

So I'm theorizing I've had tapeworms a long time but since I've been eating a lot of garlic, it's been irritating the tapeworms and they are moving out out out.

Eating a lot more garlic is cheaper and safer than doing beam ray and doing herbal dewormers... so I'll try more garlic for the moment.  Let's see what happens in a week or two.

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Even more interesting anti-tapeworm battle plan:

http://www.xomba.com/natural_cures_kill_tapeworms

- pineapples... I just bought 2 this morning.  I gotta try this too.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments: Tapeworms are moving!
Post by: achillezzz on January 15, 2011, 08:43:28 pm

Now I'm thinking I must observe my children's poop as well.



Sounds very very wrong.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on January 15, 2011, 09:46:07 pm
I've summed this up in a blog post:

http://www.myhealthblog.org/2011/01/15/live-1-long-tape-worm-parasite-segments-expelled-in-poop-due-to-recent-raw-garlic-binge-eating/
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: PaleoPhil on January 16, 2011, 02:55:04 am
If the tapeworms aren't causing you any problems like Tyler's or underweight then I don't see the purpose in zapping them, unless you just don't like seeing them in your stools. Years ago people who were trying to lose weight ingested tapeworm eggs.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on January 16, 2011, 01:19:33 pm
I just came from my friend who used to be a VET.
He thinks if I got adult tapeworms, I should hit the tapeworms immediately.
He thinks adult tapeworms are the worst parasites and should be dealt with immediately with whatever weapons you got.

I'm getting a referral to his cousin who is head of pathology of a big hospital and see what drugs he has to give like what Tyler had.

I'll also be ordering fresh herbal dewormers from humaworm.

I'll also schedule myself for a deworming feasting diet such as: pineapples, garlic, pumpkin seeds and papaya diet.  I'm thinking of doing that for 3 to 5 days.  Then take psyllium husks to bore out and hopefully snag the ugly heads.  Then finish off with colon cleansers like Dr. Tam's and castor oil.

I'll take the dewormer for 30 days.

My plan is to finish off all the adult tapeworms.  These tapeworms will just have to start from scratch again.

My tapeworm segments look like this With eggs in the poop as well.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tbozI21tWao&NR=1


Here's the headline of www.humaworm.com
FACT: OVER 90% OF AMERICANS HAVE PARASITES
FACT: IT'S THE PARASITE'S JOB TO REMAIN HIDDEN & UNDETECTED
FACT: WE DEWORM OUR PETS (and livestock) BI-ANNUALLY- HUMANS ARE ANIMALS TOO - WE NEED TO GET DEWORMED NOW!!

Looks like it's time to be dewormed again.  Last time I dewormed was some 2.5 years ago.

Nurse talking about drugs and coconut meat plus milk and castor oil for deworming.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VuqyGSeHDVI
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on January 18, 2011, 08:50:58 am
I now know how to do the drug route against tape worms:

http://www.myhealthblog.org/2011/01/18/curing-a-tape-worm-infection-with-3-drugs-in-a-2-step-process/

But given the unfamiliarity of drugs to me and the risks of unfamiliarity with drugs, I have decided today that I will go with herbal dewormer HUMAWORM.COM

My last herbal deworming 2.5 years ago was barefootherbalistmh.com

It is only logical to choose a different dewormer formula such as humaworm.com, I had taken humaworm.com some 4 or 5 years ago (pre Raw Paleo Diet) and it went splendidly well.  So I know humaworm.com isn't going to kill me or injure me.

My order comes in 1 week.  Then it is herbal deworming time again.  2 capsules every 12 hours for 30 days.  So easy.

Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on January 20, 2011, 11:27:53 am
Today is home deworming experiment day:

6:10am took a big dump, saw tapeworms in it, 2 at least.

7 am: drank 6 capsules filled with castor oil and was in the freezer overnight, this allegedly opens deeper in the intestines.
9:00 am: around 200 grams of fresh coconut meat and some coconut juice
        then some 3 slices of fresh pineapple
9:30 am: pounded Ajowan / Ajwain / Sprague seeds some 1 teaspoon plus 1 teaspoon salt in some water.

I think around 8:30am I took a dump, some rooted type of weed looking things, some rice like stuff, some parasite looking stuff.  Not tape worms.

Dumped 2 times again.

Seems that castor oil in capsules work fast.

Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on January 20, 2011, 10:29:56 pm
Around 2:30pm I took another dump.

Then around 4:30pm another... this time it was clear fluid with some white bits, seemed like shredded pineapples or shredded tapeworms, something like that.

All the different dumps had different forms in them.

These home made concoctions are powerful stuff.

Dinner was horse ceviche with lots of garlic and powerful vinegar.  Then some pineapple slices.

This evening around 8pm I took another drink of frozen 6 capsules of castor oil.

It is 10 pm and my lower gut feels relieved and empty... happy empty.

I hope there's more to dump tomorrow.

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What I'm learning so far from this experience is the reality of parasites in this world we live in.  A quick look at the major problems of pets and livestock is parasites.  They are infested and livestock owners go to great lengths to deworm them, prevent infestation, etc.

I've found that around the world, cultures are replete with deworming traditions, deworming herbs, foods and habits.

Parasites are a real and constant threat if we don't practice pro-active human ingenuity.

For example, we have modern toilets and sewage. This allows us to break the human parasite cycle.

We wash our asses and we wash our hands.

We are presented with deworming foods and when taken on a regular basis help control the level of parasitism.

Each and every indigenous peoples have a way of deworming themselves... all you need is to seek and you shall find.

I'm currently doing various methods all together in a single day and in the next few days.

I have to see what works for me and what is easy for my children.

have to incorporate deworming into my raw paleo diet.

So in the past I used to eat some 2 whole coconuts a day with the juice and the meat... that in itself is deworming... and if it is a habit... it helps control the worm population.  Past few months I'd been toning down on the coconut eating... must eat more again.

Aajonus drinks coconut milk / cream... hell, that's a powerful dewormer right there.  The shredded dried coconut meat is even more powerful a dewormer.  I'll be making some of that too.

Binging on pineapples is deworming... lucky we got lots and lots of pineapples in this country.

The Indians in india have their castor oil and ajowa, etc.

More experimenting in the next few days.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on January 21, 2011, 07:18:41 am
Last night I listened to a podcast at labradio about parasites, one of their guests was a man who sells hookworms.

This man said he used to be asthmatic and allergic to many things.  He figured out that he lacked hookworms in his body.  He flew to africa and walked barefoot where the primitives with no toilets pooped.  Just for the sole purpose of getting bitten in the feet by hookworms.

When he got back to the USA, his asthma and allergies were gone.  Hooray for the symbiotic relationship between man and hookworm.

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This morning before 7am I did a variant of the Ajowan seeds method by powdering the seeds and mixing 1/4 tablespoon of Ajowan seeds in Raw green honey.  

It was easy to drink this concoction as honey made it palatable.

The smell of freshly powdered ajowan seeds is like oregano.

A few minutes later I ate some pineapple.

7:15am I took a dump.  No tapeworms there.

And now I think I'll have some coconut meat and coconut juice.

8:30am drank 6 capsules of castor oil.

Animal Planet shows Episode 72: Body snatchers (PARASITES that control animals)

   1. Toxoplasma–Is smaller than a cell, yet invades any single host body, including humans. To steer clear of this mad parasite, one should stay away from cold meat. It can also increase one's chances of being affiliated with car-related accidents.
   2. Parasitic Tapeworm–Invades the bodies of sticklebacks, copepods, and herons, and can grow to be the size of the Stickleback.
   3. Hydatid Tapeworm–They not only affect humans, but are in a cycle affiliated with moose and wolves. The moose is the victim, as it can die from the parasite attacking its heart, liver, and lungs.
   4. Phorid Fly–Injects its larvae into ants, and the maggots cause the ants' heads to fall off.
   5. Cuckoo–They con reed warblers into thinking that the eggs are theirs by disguising them. The chick ends up being ten times heavier than its adopting parents.
   6. Emperor Penguin–The moms whose chicks die steal other moms' chicks.
   7. Amazon Ant–They steal Firmica Ant eggs and use them as slaves.
   8. Driver Ant–Females kidnap males and rip his wings off so the queen can mate.
   9. Zebra–The only time in the countdown when body snatching is a good thing for the victim. If a zebra is snatched, it can help start a new family.
  10. Botfly–Gets mosquitos to lay their eggs in humans. Only #10 because the mosquito is left unharmed.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dmC7SwEMgGE

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Took several dumps again, it is 11:30am.
Saw some green algae / sea weed looking things.
Weird.

I'm having fun with a dull tummy ache and aching butt.

No more tapeworms lately being expelled.  I wonder why.

Remind myself to buy some psyllium husks later to scrape out my intestines.

1pm, just crapped again.

Holy shit, all this shitting is a pain in the butt.

Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on January 24, 2011, 08:15:15 pm
The various home remedies for adult parasite cleansing are a smashing success.

I did
- castor oil in capsules
- powdered ajowan seeds
- pineapple
- garlic
- vinegar
- grated carrots
- coconuts
- milk + castor oil

Will try some more as I stumble onto them.

It's amazing how simple, easy and trouble free and side effect free these things are.

We may be raw paleo dieters but we aren't supposed to be stupid and turn a blind eye to adult parasites growing inside of us.  We have no immune defense against these parasites other than our SMARTS.

So I'll be doing these simple parasite cleanses on my children as well.

Incorporate some of these in our diet.

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BTW I'm just busy as I've got several servers acting up lately so I haven't been able to post or be involved in the forum lately.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Löwenherz on January 28, 2011, 07:11:56 pm
Hi GoodSamaritan,

some years ago I got tapeworms on a raw vlc/zc beef diet.

I wasn't able to get rid off them 'naturally' that means by foods like papaya, carrots, coconut etc. Nothing helped. However I didn't try as many 'weapons' like you.

I then used NICLOSAMIDE and within three days the horror was over.

Please keep us informed! It is very interesting to know whether non-pharmaceutical options can work.

Good luck!
Löwenherz
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on January 28, 2011, 08:01:34 pm
Thanks for sharing your success!

Any day soon my humaworm.com 30 day herbal capsules will be arriving.
That will run for 30 days so it will take some time to know for sure.

Barefoot Herbalist MH and Hulda Clark both believe that everyone has tapeworms and if drugs got rid of your tapeworm then, you may have new ones growing again.

Parasites are as common as mosquitoes in our tropical country is common.

We humans are very smart we try to limit parasites in ourselves by making toilets, deworming our livestock, wearing shoes, drugs, herbs, special foods and exchanging notes like we do right now.

What I think is if we observe our poop real hard everyday for a couple of minutes, everyone may come across something moving.

Maybe this time I just looked.  

Whether you see it or not, whether you feel it or not, you've got parasites because it's their job not to be seen or heard.

Most people flush away their poop in the crapper toilet without barely looking not wanting to sniff a whiff of that dump.

A quick look at the pet industry and the livestock industry is how much they go on and on against parasites, prevention, lessening, drugs... they say there are parasites that are now resistant due to drug overuse in the industries.

I read that for grass fed livestock they even resort to immediately pickup up the animal's poop on the ground so as to break the parasite life cycle.

Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: achillezzz on January 28, 2011, 08:31:44 pm
If you reduced your parasites population to a level where you feel great whats the problem with that let the rest live quiet in your body they probably have their own benefits.

If you don't eat any crap then its should be ok I think they wont grow again.

Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: van on January 29, 2011, 01:51:52 am
Goodsamaritan,  I'm not convinced we all have Tapeworm; some form of worms, maybe.  I routinely for many, many years, actually since 1978 when I returned from India with my new 'friends' look each day.  It's obvious when the dogs at the farm get tapeworms.  YOu can see the little wriggling specs, just as in your video.  But for me,  none yet.  Interested to here how it goes.  You know with some worms like roundworm,  I wouldn't do herbal wormers.  They can get agitated and burrow through tissues and migrate all over to avoid the herbal preparations.  Just something to consider.  Tapeworms are prevelant with those who eat raw pacific wild salmon.  You might have another form of fish tapeworm? for I know you often eat fish.    And the story continues....
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Löwenherz on January 31, 2011, 11:33:33 pm
Thanks for sharing your success!

To be honest, for me it was everything else than a success story:

1. I wasn't able to get rid of these worms without pharmaceutical products. I really don't like the pharamceutical industy. It was the first drug I swallowed since 1998. I was disappointed because all the other "natural" parasite killers didn't work. So, I am very interested in your story. I would be happy if you find a non-pharmaceutical remedy.

2. I don't think that tapeworms are benefical for us. In my case digestion was disturbed. And I had the feeling that these tapeworms affected me mentally, too. Since my tapeworm incident I suffer from fructose malabsorption, never had this before. Can't eat watermelon, apples and other high fructose any more, although, this could be a good thing, too. Maybe the drug caused my fructose intolerance!?

3. I still don't know what to think about parasites. And this means that I'm not sure if it isn't more intelligent to cook meat. I don't like this uncertainty! Beef tapeworms are harmless. But what's about tapeworms from wild boar?? They seem to be completely unfunny.

Here are some interesting thougths about parasites:

http://goingferal.wordpress.com/2009/11/15/parasites-those-who-inhabit-us/

Does anybody know if the author is a member of this forum?

Best wishes

Löwenherz
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on February 06, 2011, 10:09:29 am
My humaworm.com order has not arrived yet.
I feel absolutely fine.
So what if tapeworm proglotids are being excreted at times?
I think they are beef tapeworms.
It's part of the parasite lifecycle and I'm a happy participant.

Will I be happier or healthier if I kick out the entire tapeworm?
I'll be reinfested again anyway.
Maybe just controlling their numbers is good.

Aajonus drinks a lot of coconut cream so those should keep critter numbers in check.

(http://www.tapewormdiet.net/sitebuilder/images/beef_lifecycle-539x400.jpg)

The adult beef tapeworm is usually a whopping 15 to 30 feet long (4.5 to 9 meters) and lives in the small intestine. An infected person usually has only one or two worms. The tapeworms use their head, called the scolex, to attach themselves to the intestinal wall. They have 1,000 to 2,000 body segments, called proglottids, each containing 80,000 to 100,000 eggs.

Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Techydude on February 06, 2011, 02:18:10 pm
An interesting property is the deworming ability of edible clays. Look it up.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: actup on February 06, 2011, 02:29:21 pm
The adult beef tapeworm is usually a whopping 15 to 30 feet long (4.5 to 9 meters) and lives in the small intestine. An infected person usually has only one or two worms. The tapeworms use their head, called the scolex, to attach themselves to the intestinal wall. They have 1,000 to 2,000 body segments, called proglottids, each containing 80,000 to 100,000 eggs.

It sounds frightening, but at the same time not at all. Good luck flushing one of those suckers.
I have been eating lots of garlic lately, craving the stuff. If I excrete one of these, you will get a picture, and I will get a trophy.
Now, to find a taxidermist. lol
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on February 10, 2011, 02:11:32 am
TAPEWORMS
OVERLOOKED,
UNDERDIAGNOSED,
AND UNDERTREATED

http://www.iverhart.com/PDFs/RoundTable_Virbac5.pdf
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Löwenherz on February 10, 2011, 02:32:20 am
TAPEWORMS
OVERLOOKED,
UNDERDIAGNOSED,
AND UNDERTREATED

http://www.iverhart.com/PDFs/RoundTable_Virbac5.pdf

Thanks for this interesting article!

What are your next steps?

Löwenherz
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on February 10, 2011, 07:39:29 am
I'm still waiting for my order of humaworm.com to arrive.
I'll be taking that and see if it will clear me of the tapeworms.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments: Aajonus on tapeworms
Post by: goodsamaritan on February 17, 2011, 09:03:21 am
This is very interesting information because you have actually eaten red meat for some time. I have not eaten raw meat as of yet, but I was wondering if you thought that you may have reached a stage where you were actually getting rid of the tape worms, not increasing them? I am including the information from We Want To Live by Aajonus Vonderplanitz:

"Parasites that live in the body are friendly and should be allowed to run their course. They eat weak, damaged and decaying tissue. Parasites usually occur in individuals lacking enzyme-mutations for eating cooked green and red fruits and vegetables. See 'If I Lack Enzyme-Mutations, What Foods Should I Avoid?', page 174. Caffeine causes weakening and decaying of tissue.

If you get too weak during a tape worm detoxification, eating plenty of fresh raw onions with meat usually forces a Tapeworm to evacuate with feces. Drinking lime juice usually prevents or minimizes any parasite's ability to reproduce. Avoiding cooked green and cooked red fruits and vegetables (including caffeine) and eating plenty of fresh raw red, orange and green foods, raw vegetable juices, unheated honey and fresh raw lemon juice cleanse the tissues and stop future need for parasites."

I am including the paragraphs on the above-mentioned foods:

"If a person lacks enzyme-mutations to digest, assimilate or utilize cooked or processed green foods, she or he should avoid eating or drinking cooked or processed green foods such as ordinary olive oils, cooked leafy vegetables (including steamed) artichoke, celery, green beans (string beans), green peppers, broccoli, any pastas made from green foods such as spinach, cooked vegetables juices (canned or bottled), teas (including herbal unless sun-steeped) and food coloring.

If a person lacks enzyme-mutations to digest, assimilate or utilize cooked or processed red fruits and vegetables, she or he should avoid eating or drinking cooked or processed red or orange fruits and vegetables, like store-bought strawberry prserves and jams, cherry, cranberry, tomato, vegetable and orange juices and drinks, tomato sauces, catsup, carrots, peppers (including cayenne and paprika), red and brown beans and food coloring. Other cooked foods to avoid that have red in their pigments are coffee, chocolate, boysenberries, grapes and blueberries. Therefore cooked or processed apple, strawberry, cherry, boysenberry, grape and blueberry jams, juices, syrups and pies should be avoided.

If a personal lacks enzyme-mutations to digest, assimilate or utilize cooked or processed yellow foods, she or he should avoid eating or drinking cooked or processed yellow or orange foods, like ordinary corn oils, cooked corn (including steamed or popped), carrots, yellow squashes and onions, corn bread, banana bread, pasteurized or frozen juices (including pineapple, lemon and orange) and food coloring.

Kindest thoughts.

fsnaturelady

from http://curezone.com/forums/am.asp?i=722717
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments: Humaworm has arrived!
Post by: goodsamaritan on February 21, 2011, 12:22:58 pm
My order of humaworm.com dewormer arrived after more than 1 month.
I took 2 capsules this 12 noon.
Then will take another 2 capsules 30 minutes before dinner.
This is a 30 day program.
And will proceed to eat lunch at around 12:30 pm, I'm having beef.

Lately I've been eating a lot of fruit and I'm getting sick of fruit... just keeps me in carb hunger... I'm moving back to more meat and fat.

Oh, I'll just have to say goodbye to my tapeworms now...  I have good memories of you.

Last one was I felt something twitching in my butt and I got a tissue paper to wipe my butt and it was 1 cute little tapeworm.

Awwww.....

Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: actup on February 21, 2011, 12:40:00 pm
Last one was I felt something twitching in my butt and I got a tissue paper to wipe my butt and it was 1 cute little tapeworm.

This was how long after taking the pills?
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: fwadmin on February 21, 2011, 12:43:11 pm
This was how long after taking the pills?

Didn't take the dewormer pills yet when that happened.

It's the nature of tapeworm infection.

Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: achillezzz on February 21, 2011, 05:01:04 pm
What should I do if I get tapeworms one day eat alot of garlic and onions and thats it?

Perhaps buying some kind of herb for future if I get parasites?
What is the maximum harm tapeworms can do??

This is important for me.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on February 21, 2011, 05:14:51 pm
My vet friend says tapeworms may over run you.  Too much is a bad thing. 

The helminthic therapy guy Jasper says tapeworms can consume 30% of your caloric intake.

So it may be cheaper to not have tape worms or put their numbers in check.

I've been eating a lot of garlic and onions past few weeks. 
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: achillezzz on February 22, 2011, 04:34:54 am
We all have some parasites in our digestive track more or less right ?
So everyone can benefit with doing low carb and more Garlic and Onions??
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on February 22, 2011, 07:36:17 am
We all have some parasites in our digestive track more or less right ?
So everyone can benefit with doing low carb and more Garlic and Onions??

Yes, you are correct.
The 109 year old guy says he believes in garlic.

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On with my reports:

I just woke up 6am.
A few minutes later had a bowel movement.
As expected, it's hard (common side effect of deworming).
Many individual tapeworm segments.
Counted 9 of them... alive.
Seemed like the most I'd seen at one poop.
Are they scampering out the door?
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on March 05, 2011, 07:26:48 am
I will be doing an anti-tapeworm detox this weekend.
It is Saturday morning.
I took my 2 humaworm dewormer capsules.
I also took 2 tablespoons of VCO. 7am. (will take every 2 hours, for up to 10 to 12 tbsp)
I plan to buy some lemons and continue on with a vco detox for 2 or 3 days.
At the end of that vco detox I will break my fast with some freshly squeezed coconut milk which is supposedly deadly to the tapeworms.

I will continue taking the humaworm dewormer which is 2 caps in the morning and 2 caps at night.

VCO tastes awful.

But it is my instant tapeworm fighting experiment.

2 days ago I was pooping large quantities, maybe 4 times that day with lots of it,  lots of tapeworm proglotids.  I wonder if the coconut milk had something to do with it.

This is an exciting experiment.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on March 05, 2011, 10:22:45 am
I took the lemon juice with water and salt, 1 cup, ratio 1:7 around 8:30am.  by 9am I felt the urge.
9:15am blam, explosion.
And I was down for the count for some 30 minutes.
Have not taken additional VCO yet, things are still moving.

Was able to get my composure back around 11:30am and by 12noon I took another 2 tablespoons of VCO and a cup of the lemon juice water salt.

I'm going out with the driver to an errand.

Taken 6 tablespoons of VCO by 4pm.

Just took 2 capsules of humaworm at around 5:30pm.

Will take another 2 tablespoons of VCO by 6pm.

Then another 2 tablespoons of vco by 8pm.

vco detox is a zero carb, zero protein detox.
100% fat from vco.

I'm thinking the absence of carbs will weaken the tapeworm.  While it assaulted by the dewormer.

Driver of our in-laws says he knows an even better way to deworm.

He says juicing RAW UNRIPE GUYABANO fruit will have worms scampering out all exits in 30 minutes.  Whoa.  I've got to try that.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on March 07, 2011, 09:12:30 am
More tapeworm fighting this morning:

drank 4 capsules humaworm

ate shredded coconut meat
with some mabolo fruit

ate 2 big tomatoes + salt + pepper

Let's see.  Past few poops the tapeworms cannot be seen.

Sea salt flush with lemon is potent against tapeworms as this person shares:
http://curezone.com/forums/am.asp?i=1107044

That's what I did last Saturday.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Löwenherz on March 22, 2011, 03:23:32 pm
More tapeworm fighting this morning:
drank 4 capsules humaworm
ate shredded coconut meat
with some mabolo fruit
...

Hi GS,

is there any progress regarding your tapeworm fighting?

I wonder if fasting could be an option?

Does anybody here know how long tapeworms can survive without food?

Löwenherz
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: achillezzz on March 22, 2011, 04:41:40 pm
Hi GS,

is there any progress regarding your tapeworm fighting?

I wonder if fasting could be an option?

Does anybody here know how long tapeworms can survive without food?

Löwenherz


Probably more than you are.  coz they will eat you  ;)
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on March 22, 2011, 05:46:06 pm
Tapeworms have been gone for 2 weeks now.
Last 2 days of my humaworm now.
I think the vco detox did a good job too, I think just 1 day is enough.
Every little bit helped.
I think even the tomato thing helped though I felt bad with that nightshade.
http://www.myhealthblog.org/2011/03/19/raw-tomatoes-plus-salt-plus-pepper-vs-tapeworms-makes-me-feel-bad/

Taught me a lesson to cherish my coconut availability here because coconut cream, coconut meat is anti-parasitic.  I've been laying off on it past few months.  I think the reason Aajonus and Primal Diet people have no tapeworm growths is because of coconut cream.

I think our grazing beef aren't dewormed like in your first world countries.  So our beef are more grass fed natural with tapeworms included. 

Which really isn't a problem because we truly are the final host.  Now I know how to control the tapeworms through food.

I'm glad I didn't do the drug route.

The next time I get tapeworms I won't even do special herbs.  I'll see if just food will do it.  I'm betting coconuts can.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Löwenherz on March 23, 2011, 01:44:57 am
Tapeworms have been gone for 2 weeks now.
...
I'm glad I didn't do the drug route.

The next time I get tapeworms I won't even do special herbs.  I'll see if just food will do it.  I'm betting coconuts can.

That sounds very good!

From my feeling I would also say that coconuts are the most powerful "weapons". Coconuts are magic! Sometimes I tend to believe that they are one of the ultimate best things we can eat. No other fat on this planet is so saturated as coconut fat. Unfortunately it's nearly impossible to get fresh coconuts of good quality in europe. Over 90% are spoiled...

Löwenherz
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Löwenherz on March 23, 2011, 01:47:46 am
Hi GS,

another question: Have you tried eating insects? Any experiences?

If I remember correctly insects are sold in huge amounts on many markets in Thailand.

Some scientists believe that insects could be a better source of animal food than big land mammals...

Löwenherz
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on March 23, 2011, 08:29:30 am
I've eaten cooked crickets in a restaurant.

My in laws rave about ants eggs, but I have to travel far north to get ants eggs.

Our cook raves about beetles but it's only available far north as well, on a certain month only, and it's cooked.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on March 23, 2011, 05:40:56 pm
Earthing Grounding While Sleeping Success Experiments with Myself and My Son
March 22, 2011 By Good Samaritan

Last weekend beginning Friday night I made sure I slept with just the mattress on the floor of 1 story house… grounded. I slept very very well. In fact I wanted more sleep Saturday morning and Sunday morning. Just in time for healing maybe a small bone crack in my stubbed right toe. It felt like deep healing resting sleep. I felt so amazingly rested I tested this same grounding experiment with my 9 year old boy.

My 9 year old boy is small. He’s the first born, usually the first borns are smaller. My 7 year old boy is already heftier than my first born. As a coincidence, with our sleeping arrangements, our 2 younger children sleep in the mattress on the floor, while our eldest child sleeps on the elevated bed. Maybe our first born being unfortunate to always sleep on the elevated bed is not grounded and has so for years. Is that what is keeping him from growing faster and heftier?

Last night we started the grounding experiment. I had my boy sleep on the mattress on the floor for a change. Just before falling asleep he said that mattress made him feel sleepier than usual. And when he woke up he told me he slept really well. Ha ha. Maybe I was suggestive and my boy lapped it up.

The real key is consistency. So let’s see as the weeks go on if sleeping grounded will make a big difference in my boy’s health.

If you have pain or have health problems, grounding really works while at work or at sleep. Every little bit helps when you are sick and all those little bits add up. I think grounding is a big deal. That’s why I encourage children to walk around barefoot. I even remember my teacher Barefoot Herbalist MH give a lesson that some really sick people were told by their healer to dig a hole in the ground and sleep in it.

http://www.myhealthblog.org/2011/03/22/earthing-grounding-while-sleeping-success-experiments-with-myself-and-my-son/
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: actup on March 24, 2011, 09:44:11 am
...The real key is consistency....

I agree, each night I ground myself with a 5 dollar cord I made from the hardware store here.
Maybe it works, maybe I am imagining it working, either way I make sure my feet touch that ground at night.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Techydude on March 24, 2011, 11:18:36 pm
@GS the sea salt cleanse, is that enema based or just intaking sea salt(real as in lima, celtic, etc) mixed with water or on foods, or taking a sea salt enema?
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on April 12, 2011, 02:05:53 pm
@GS the sea salt cleanse, is that enema based or just intaking sea salt(real as in lima, celtic, etc) mixed with water or on foods, or taking a sea salt enema?

The one I did last time was:

7am - take 2 tablespoons VCO

mix 1 cup fresh lemon juice + 7 cups filtered water + 1 teaspoon salt.

9am - drank 2 cups of the above concoction.

Then boom.

See http://tinyurl.com/vcodetox
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on April 12, 2011, 02:21:44 pm
I am on a 10 day road trip with the family.
I may be delayed in answering emails and PMs.
Internet is spotty in the places we are visiting.

Learning a lot about how and why people practice their diets based on where they are, the climate, the available food.  The Ifugao is a distinct tribe, culture, people, location, climate in the mountains. 

I'm getting away with RPD because fruits are abundant along the way, and the quality of fruits are higher in the provinces than in Manila.  The meat, well I brought a large pack of beef in vinegar and garlic for preservation.  I have duck eggs.  The other day in the big city of Tuguegarao I got some good quality raw tuna and fatty raw carabao meat.

Tasting the so called "special" delicacies of cooked food in each province is so not raw paleo and usually of poor quality.  cooked food is just poor quality food.  I'm the tourist and I have to taste... not gorge, no way.

Pieced together the explanation of why people chew Nganga or Moma.  It's a crutch they need to keep warm because they have little access to good meat in the cold mountains.  And somehow this nganga is detoxing through saliva, like oil pulling on a regular basis.  Some 5x a day. 

Mountain people Ifugao in Banaue Rice Terraces have access to FREE, flowing, clean, potable, unlimited water for their drinking and washing needs.  And the cleanest air.  And organic mountain vegetables.  But little access to quality meats, other than their free range chickens, they import factory pork and chicken.  And the supermarket crap of condiments and junk food are in their groceries.  Their super nutritious traditional rice is too expensive to be their daily staple today, even for themselves.  They import cheap rice from neighboring provinces.

I definitely see a future many visits for relaxation in Banaue for me.  It's easier and cheaper by Bus.  1 Bus ride via Florida Bus Lines.  Then rent from the many cheap accommodations.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Techydude on April 12, 2011, 09:40:48 pm
Ah a fun trip the to mountains GS, awesome. Was it hard to breathe in the mountains like in Inca, and what about the tribe there foraging and finding other sources of food like insects, underground for like rodents like bears do, etc
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on April 13, 2011, 03:37:15 pm
Ah a fun trip the to mountains GS, awesome. Was it hard to breathe in the mountains like in Inca, and what about the tribe there foraging and finding other sources of food like insects, underground for like rodents like bears do, etc

None of us 3 adults and 3 children experienced any difficulty in breathing.  Maybe Banaue Rice Terraces it isn't high enough.

Didn't see any insects or rodents in the Ifugao menu.

We are currently in the beaches of Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte.

Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on April 16, 2011, 11:44:12 pm
Just got back from a 10 day road trip with the family.
Our first ever.
It was wonderful.
I've got the travel bug.

Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Techydude on April 17, 2011, 02:44:15 am
Just got back from a 10 day road trip with the family.
Our first ever.
It was wonderful.
I've got the travel bug.


I  think humans we're meant to be travelers like other animals ^_^
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Vacation Thrill Video and Rewards
Post by: goodsamaritan on April 25, 2011, 10:46:32 am
(http://www.myhealthblog.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/17-banaue-hapao-road.jpg)

Some excitement during our trip to a remote vacation place.

http://www.myhealthblog.org/2011/04/25/banaue-hapao-road-risks-and-rewards/

Here is our reward.

http://www.myhealthblog.org/2011/04/22/native-village-inn-uhaj-banaue-rice-terraces-welcome-to-paradise/
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: wodgina on April 25, 2011, 01:03:16 pm
Looks fun, especially considering you don't have 4WD.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on April 25, 2011, 03:06:37 pm
Thanks!

My starch cravings continue and it seems this time I've found favor with Singkamas.

http://www.stuartxchange.com/Sinkamas.html

Add some shrimp bagoong (fermented shrimp) and ta dah, starch cravings get fulfilled.

The funny thing is in the past, meaning, the WHOLE of my life, I NEVER EVER liked SINGKAMAS!!!

I need the great experienced instincto interpretation of this RPD evolution.

My cravings are now becoming specific.

It's no longer fat - protein - carb for me.

I now look for a certain quality in that specific food item.  I look for certain food items.

And I'm not happy until I find it. 

I noticed my starch cravings are also met with chico fruit.

Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on April 30, 2011, 11:44:46 pm
I am gaining weight.
With the tape worms gone, I just added 2 inches to my waist line.
I am now 130 pounds for a 5'5" height.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on April 30, 2011, 11:46:04 pm
My badly damaged molar had just broken off a side filling.
I'll wait and see if it is true that raw paleo diet can restore my tooth.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Techydude on May 01, 2011, 01:38:58 am
My badly damaged molar had just broken off a side filling.
I'll wait and see if it is true that raw paleo diet can restore my tooth.


I saw in posts recently teeth do like grow back or restore, regenerate w/e on RPD. I hope it grows back! I hate the dentist!
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: PaleoPhil on May 01, 2011, 02:34:58 am
Have you gone to a holistic dentist to get the tooth checked out, GS? Ramiel Nagel's website has links to holistic dentists.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on May 01, 2011, 07:57:28 am
Have you gone to a holistic dentist to get the tooth checked out, GS? Ramiel Nagel's website has links to holistic dentists.

I bought Rami's book. 
I have access to holistic dentists.

I don't need them for this case.
Who knows? Maybe the tooth is already remineralizing and it just pushed out the filling?
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: PaleoPhil on May 01, 2011, 08:22:42 pm
I don't need them for this case.
Why not? It can't hurt, can it?
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on May 01, 2011, 11:33:54 pm
Why not? It can't hurt, can it?

They will sabotage my tooth healing plan.

I don't want a dentist to polish the sharp edges of my broken tooth.
The 2 holistic dentists I know personally are NOT raw foodists, not even paleo dieters.
They both do not believe that tooth decays can heal.
They will just do what they always do and smoothen with a drill and fill it in.

I don't want any fillings.  I want rami nagel's advice to work.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: PaleoPhil on May 02, 2011, 03:23:47 am
That's too bad. My holistic dentist does believe that caries can remineralize and when I said I wanted to see if my cary would remineralize he was fine with that. No pressure at all. He was also familiar with Ramiel Nagel and said he's looking forward to reading Ramiel's book. Unfortunately the links at Ramiel's site aren't working any more and I doubt there were any listings for the Philippines anyway.

I found these with an Internet search:

http://www.talkinternational.com/holistic-dentists/biological-dentist-philippines.html
http://www.greenpeople.org/listing/Queen-Mary-Holistic-27099.cfm

Of course, some of those may be the dentists you've already seen and there's no guarantee that any of these would be any good. Good luck.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Löwenherz on May 03, 2011, 04:14:52 am
They both do not believe that tooth decays can heal.

It's a proven fact. At least in our Raw Paleo World!

Caries can completely stop, even when low carb.

I have seen absolutely amazing healing processes in my mouth while staying 100% raw zero carb. Even small amounts of fruits seem to stop this rebuilding wonder. Due to other problems on ZC I went back to LC. I guess that cavities will refill if you stay strictly ZC long enough. But you need animal fats. Plant based fats can be used to get in ketosis but I have never seen such healing effects when eating plant fats. There are some "magic" components in raw animals fats...

Löwenherz
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on June 14, 2011, 11:58:48 pm
Past few weeks I had been busy connecting the dots and I'm convinced I have to prepare for a probable worse than Japan earthquake and tsunami on September 26/27 give or take 2 weeks prior or after.

Just as earthquake and tidal waves were predicted to happen March 15, the earthquake and tsunami happened March 11 and continued for days.  It was a good call, a good sound prediction.

I'm talking about the comet elenin thing which you may see I've made several posts in http://myhealthblog.org

Since the Elenin survivalists are calling out to PREPARE for disaster...

And NASA just blared out to all its employees to PREPARE for disaster...

So as a family and extended family we are preparing too.  Bugging out to a safer place with no fault line by September 1st.

Proof: Elenin alignments all caused the biggest most damaging earthquakes:

Feb 2010 - Chile
Sep 2010 - New Zealand
March 2011 - Japan
June 7, 2011 - Sun CME M2 with all the other planets and elenin aligned.

September 26,27 is an alignment with Sun - Comet Elenin - Moon - Earth - URANUS.

See my thread at http://www.godlikeproductions.com/forum1/message1527247/pg1 and page 2




Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on June 15, 2011, 12:05:04 am
I am trying to train myself to eat cooked food, disaster food, canned food and rice.

Shit it's hard.  My experiment with sardines, ghee and rice last night turned out to be a total disaster in the morning.  

I pooped and puked my guts out.

My wife singing "I won't survive".

I will experiment with just cooked meat and no rice... maybe that will be easier... or not.

Normal people just can't believe how RELIEVED I am to get back in the comfort of hugging my raw meat and raw eggs.  Oh man, the pain of cooked meat and rice is just such a turn off, my guts felt as if I was being poisoned.

I will try probiotics too to repopulate my gut with cooked meat eating bacteria.

Who would've thought re-gressing, de-evolving back to survival food would be so hard?
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on June 15, 2011, 07:58:56 pm
So today my tummy didn't ache so much.  But it is not 100%.

And this evening I had cooked duck for survival TRAINING again.

I am totally pissed at eating cooked meat, I feel I'm getting sick.  My super raw paleo diet powers are fading fast.

I am going to pause and stop this stupid cooked experiment for now because I feel miserable just now I just had dinner with cooked duck.

Maybe I will try again with this dumb cooked meat experiment next week.

I'm thinking of getting vacuum packed raw meat, or maybe pemmican, or maybe safer cooked food that agrees with my tummy.

Maybe next week I will try corned beef in cans.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: HIT_it_RAW on June 15, 2011, 08:35:52 pm
I'm thinking of getting vacuum packed raw meat, or maybe pemmican, or maybe safer cooked food that agrees with my tummy.
Jerky, pemmican, dried fish and dried fruits&veggies are excellent emergency raw foods(pemmican is semi raw off course). dried marrow expririment? Probably the best way to prepare youself is to train yourself in eating raw insects. They are raw, healthy, nutritious and almost always available (especially in tropic countrys like yours). Jerky stores better than any cooked food. I'd rather live of insects/anything wild I can find than cooked canned crap. Learn ways to catch wild birds they will survive most natural disasters.

In the end survival is about finding and using natural resources not stuffing away as much modern foods you can. They always run out some time.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Iguana on June 15, 2011, 09:43:41 pm
And this evening I had cooked duck for survival TRAINING again.

Maybe I will try again with this dumb cooked meat experiment next week.

I'm thinking of getting vacuum packed raw meat, or maybe pemmican, or maybe safer cooked food that agrees with my tummy.

Maybe next week I will try corned beef in cans.


What is this "TRAINING" stupidity? Are you mad?    ???  Why don't you TRAIN to eat pesticides, dioxin, asbestos, radioactive materials, poisonous mushrooms, vodka?   I'm sorry but I don't see any fundamental difference. 
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: p0wer on June 15, 2011, 09:50:59 pm
In the end survival is about finding and using natural resources not stuffing away as much modern foods you can. They always run out some time.

Good point.

And I'd add, better wait for this disaster to happen, and then if it happens start "training". You'll get through the same cooked food experience anyway (if it happens), why starting from now.

But this is some scary stuff, I don't have time to study it (and we can only speculate anyway) but I'll try to go back home around September and hide in the mountains, just in case :D
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: PaleoPhil on June 16, 2011, 05:17:07 am
Why don't you TRAIN to eat pesticides, dioxin, asbestos, radioactive materials, poisonous mushrooms, vodka?
Hmmm, good idea. <<Bite, munch, chew, chew, gulp, guzzle, guzzle. Doh! Aaaarrrrrrgh! Gasp! X-(
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Techydude on June 17, 2011, 10:41:24 am
@GS i'd imagine in survival times the only thing that would live would prob be insects even a radioactive decay, etc. So i'd say insects would be survival food, i'd imagine all animals and grain crops would die.

Don't torture yourself  :(
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: actup on June 17, 2011, 11:00:05 am
...
Damn that is a good point. The stored food would only last for so long, then you would have to adapt to something else. The something else would probably be more beneficial anyway.
MORE ANT EGGS!!!  ;D
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on June 21, 2011, 06:58:43 pm
I'm convinced it is rice that gives me diarrhea.
So for my next emergency food experiments, I will not eat rice.

This lunch I tried half a can of Palm new zealand corned beef.
Damn thing was salty.
At only 350 gm I was only able to eat 1/2 of that because I was repulsed by the saltiness.

After which I was still hungry and drank some 1/4 glass of fresh beef muscle blood and some raw beef and raw fat to fill me up.

Later in the evening I opened a local Philippine brand, can of corned beef.  Tastes somewhat the same.  Salty too.  Had it heated in a pan and gave the kids some for them to taste.

I feel the preservatives and salt were giving me a light headache.

I took 2 raw duck eggs... and they felt sooooooo  goood after that nasty canned food.

Later I felt I may need more fluid to detox the chemicals in the canned beef... so I mixed some calamansi juice with raw wild honey and filtered water.

Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Iguana on June 21, 2011, 07:23:21 pm
I'm sorry that nothing can stop you from doing those crazy and dangerous experiments, damaging your health and jeopardizing most of the benefit you get from raw paleo food.

Remember that a microgram of food contains much more molecules than the number of cells in your body.

Quote
Water has a molecuar mass of 18, this means it weights 18 g per mole. A mole is 6.0221415E23 molecules (Avogadro's number). If you have 1 g of water, you therefore have 1/18 of a mole, or 3.34E22 molecules. That is a lot. If you could count 1 billion molecules per second, you'd still need a million years to count them all.
http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20060920113346AAkKcGD (I didn't check it but it looks in the ballpark)
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Josh on June 21, 2011, 07:32:20 pm
GS, I've had quite a lot of experience going on and off the paleo diet. In my experience, it just takes a week or so of gut discomfort and then you will be as 'adapted' as before. I know you've been doing it longer, but it seems to me there's little value in taking a little survival food to become adapted, as it will take gut shrinkage and maybe readjusting to allergenic things etc. If it comes to the crunch you will survive on it.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Iguana on June 21, 2011, 07:41:07 pm
Yes, but it's habituation rather than adaptation, which are fundamentally different. You can become habituated to smoke, alcohol, drugs, neolithic and modern cooked food, but you can never get adapted to those things in a whole lifetime, as genetic adaptation takes hundreds of generations - if a and when ever possible.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Josh on June 21, 2011, 08:07:42 pm
I was using adapt in a general rather than genetic sense i.e. your body will adapt as best it can. When I was eating moderate standard diet I didn't feel bad, whereas now if I cheat my guts feel awful etc.

It's not simply getting used to it psychologically, the gut changes and you deal with the allergenic substances and high doses of carbs better if you eat it for a while.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on September 25, 2011, 10:34:41 am
We are in our bug out location in Calamba, Laguna.
Pretty modern town.
Waiting for this Mega Quake window to blow over. (Elenin stuff)
It's like typhoon preparedness.
This is earthquake preparedness.

For RPD supplies I got:

A dedicated freezer and a refrigerator

- 6 kilos of sirloin beef
- 16 packs of durian (some Malaysian, some Thailand varieties... grown in the south of the Philippines)
- fertilized duck eggs
- lemons, calamansi, raw wild honey

We will be here until October 1, 2011

Internet is spotty, got 3G from 3 different providers and they usually suck.  DSL is tons better and more reliable.


Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on October 01, 2011, 09:31:51 pm
We are back from our vacation.

It was interesting that the complete opposite happened Sept 23 - 30... M6+ earthquakes were totally absent.
Maybe the discoverer Mr. Elenin was correct that the comet disintegrated or has broken up.

Which diminished its "power".

Until Sep 22, the earthquake run up was exact to every prediction Dr. Omarbashich made.

-----------

In the health front, going on vacation with lots of frozen durian and raw beef was the best survival supply I made.  As well as buying a chest freezer.

----------

Tooth decay cure?

A big old filling is stripping off... I wager it is stripping off because the tooth is growing / healing.  Let's see in a few more days when it strips off.

-----

Ate some durian and the filling popped out.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: achillezzz on October 02, 2011, 12:28:29 am
Tooth decay cure?

A big old filling is stripping off... I wager it is stripping off because the tooth is growing / healing.  Let's see in a few more days when it strips off.

-----

Ate some durian and the filling popped out.

I am excited brother!! tell us what happens!!
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Löwenherz on October 02, 2011, 01:33:31 am
...
Tooth decay cure?

As you certainly know, the solution is: No sugar.  ;D

Löwenherz
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: achillezzz on December 17, 2011, 12:24:41 am
As you certainly know, the solution is: No sugar.  ;D

Löwenherz

Dude even protein turns into sugar... it's not only the carbs but the ammount of it that you eat and your lifstyle too.. if you workout you can eat more carbs than a non working out person..

Btw that mechanism that turns protein into sugar is taking a lot of energy from the liver... so it would be reasonably to eat a certain amount of carbs to keep it easier on your body and prolong lifespan???
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Muhammad.Sunshine on December 17, 2011, 05:03:29 am
Quote
Btw that mechanism that turns protein into sugar is taking a lot of energy from the liver... so it would be reasonably to eat a certain amount of carbs to keep it easier on your body and prolong lifespan???

It is easier on your wallet as well  ;).
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on January 02, 2012, 08:21:41 am
I’m happy to report I achieved the weight gain I yearned for in the past 2011. I started 2011 with some tape worms and at 124 pounds. I got rid of the tape worms with a herbal parasite cleanser. That allowed me to gain some weight.

When durian season came in September I gorged on it daily. Even today I found a source of delicious frozen durian and it is well worth the expense. With durian as a staple food in my raw paleo diet I was able to gain weight up to 136 pounds by December 31, 2011.

I did lose some weight when my first son got into a mega health crisis with all my energies and facilities concentrated at his disposal. But I gained my weight back when my boy started getting better by December.

So after 4 years of raw paleo diet I am able to see how to lose weight and gain weight.

Gaining weight for me is just about eating very nutritious durian. Losing that weight will merely involve stopping the eating of durian. Which I guess I should be doing after a few weeks.

I should get into something physical and make a new and attractive body for myself. Still in the planning stages of my 2012 year.

http://www.myhealthblog.org/2012/01/01/gained-weight-on-raw-paleo-diet-in-2011/ (http://www.myhealthblog.org/2012/01/01/gained-weight-on-raw-paleo-diet-in-2011/)

Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: TylerDurden on January 02, 2012, 04:00:28 pm
It is easier on your wallet as well  ;).
  Not really. I have always found that I ended up spending far less money each week if I lowered my carb-intake. You see, carbs help to increase one's appetite, whereas lots of fat helped keep my appetite sated for much longer so I didn't have to buy so much food.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on February 03, 2012, 10:38:05 pm
I tagged along with my employees having lunch.
I was just so grossed out and disgusted by this cafeteria overcooked meats and rice.
4 years on raw paleo diet.
And I'm beginning to get disgusted at cooked meats.

Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on February 10, 2012, 07:40:45 pm
I noticed this 2012 that my quantity of food required to satisfy me has gotten less and less.
I know I used to eat something like 600 grams of animal food a day.
Lately it seems I just eat half of that amount.  Maybe 300 grams.

I might be turning into something like my friend Sifu who is a chinese martial artist, herbalist and healer... he eats tiny amounts of food.  He's a big guy and muscular, and he fasts often.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: William on February 15, 2012, 01:21:22 am
Suggestion for planning - use the scientific method.
I see it like this:
Identify the problem - it is malnutrition.
Observe successful solutions - raw paleo.
Experiment and find that rawpaleo doesn't always work.  :(
Look at the basics of what we need: Fat and Meat, but these must include enough  of all the essential nutrients in bio-available form, and exclude all antinutrients (AKA poisons).

Lex's experiment shows that he is still suffering malnutrition; Abraham's work indicates that the known missing nutrient is almost certainly iodine, as 96% of the ~4,000 tested by urinalysis showed deficiency.
http://www.optimox.com/pics/Iodine/IOD-16/PUB_16.htm (http://www.optimox.com/pics/Iodine/IOD-16/PUB_16.htm)
http://www.iodine4health.com/special/metals/abraham_metals.htm. (http://www.iodine4health.com/special/metals/abraham_metals.htm.)

Serendipity: people who supplement with the iodine protocol report many improvements, including increased intelligence/less brainfog, as an essential nutrient should, since there are iodine receptors in every cell in the human body.
Important for the pregnant and the young.

If you scroogle/ixquick "trapper/kcmo Noah" you can find a very pleased grandfather's description of his new grandson. Trapper has five years experience of iodine supplementation, and has accomplished the mind-boggling feat of getting his family to supplement with iodine with splendid results.
I wish my parents had done that for me.
( If wishes were horses, beggars would ride.)   ;)


Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: zbr5 on February 15, 2012, 07:38:38 pm
Wow, I enjoyed your last comment William.

Would you like to write more on this or suggest some links...?


Keep up with a very good thread GS, I really like it too!
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on February 15, 2012, 08:36:05 pm
I like William's train of thought but chemicals can be as dangerous as drugs.

Personally I'm not excited about chemical iodine. 

Now organic iodine from Barefoot's tree iodine, or better yet real food real animals such as ocean animals that have lived a natural wild nutritious diet, that is interesting.

Human bodies have better utilization and safety no overdose mechanisms with real organic food.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: William on February 16, 2012, 08:07:37 am


Personally I'm not excited about chemical iodine. 

Now organic iodine from Barefoot's tree iodine, or better yet real food real animals such as ocean animals that have lived a natural wild nutritious diet, that is interesting.

Human bodies have better utilization and safety no overdose mechanisms with real organic food.

Traditional Lugol's and SSKI have ~180 year safety record.
Concern is usually caused by a disease called iodophobia caught from zombie doctors - described by Abraham here:
http://www.optimox.com/pics/Iodine/pdfs/IOD16.pdf (http://www.optimox.com/pics/Iodine/pdfs/IOD16.pdf)

I've been researching iodine since I started taking it in August, after reading a book by Jerry Tennant MD (Healing is Voltage). He used iodine to cure one of those mysterious chronic diseases that doctors cannot cure.
Links I remember -
http://www.breastcancerchoices.org/ (http://www.breastcancerchoices.org/) includes prostate problems & lots more.
(hint - They really need someone to fix their website)  ;)

http://www.iodine4health.com/disease/disease.htm (http://www.iodine4health.com/disease/disease.htm)
http://www.optimox.com/pics/Iodine/opt_Research_I.shtml (http://www.optimox.com/pics/Iodine/opt_Research_I.shtml)
This 2 hour .mp3 is worth hearing-
http://iodine4health.com/overviews/audiovisual/flechas_audiovisual.htm (http://iodine4health.com/overviews/audiovisual/flechas_audiovisual.htm)
http://curezone.com/faq/c.asp?a=13,281,2962 (http://curezone.com/faq/c.asp?a=13,281,2962)

The real problem is that iodine receptors in all cells are plugged with bromine and fluorine, outgassed from fabrics and sprayed on fields etc.
This pollution was no problem in the paleolithic, so there was enough then in a normal diet.

Raw paleofood works for me, but it cannot cope with modern poisons. Iodine can.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on February 16, 2012, 08:02:17 pm
I live in an archipelago, the Philippines.

We got tons of fresh sea food non stop daily.

180 years of chemical iodine safety "studies" can't compete with hundreds of thousands of years of organic iodine safety of wild ocean food.  Soils may be depleted, but the ocean is not.

I'm betting raw paleo diet with lots of wild ocean food will beat the pants off of chemical iodine supplementing.

( I appreciate the links to well thought of Iodine deficiency.  Thanks! )
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on February 16, 2012, 08:10:08 pm
Back to my journal.

My head hair is growing nicely, jet black shiny and full bodied like a shampoo commercial.

I do organic soap / shampoo some once a week.

Hair is growing longer without split ends.  I'm encouraged to make it grow even longer.  Encouraged by the lost senses due to hair cutting.  Besides, I look younger with longer hair.  Hair is starting to cover my ears, and no irritation this time, so I'm doing something right.

I will have to learn to fend off the stern disagreement of my wife and kids for long hair on me.  I have never had long hair all my life.  So there is always a first time.

I am currently 42.  This is my 4th year on raw paleo diet.

I'm still in the honeymoon stage with rpd.  My health is just great and always getting better still.

I'm dreaming and planning to live to 200 now.  Inspired by http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Li_Ching-Yuen (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Li_Ching-Yuen)

All I need now is to make tons of money.

We need to make a members only section where we talk about and coordinate business stuff.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: cherimoya_kid on February 17, 2012, 04:16:03 am

We need to make a members only section where we talk about and coordinate business stuff.

This is true.  We have so many international members here, there's got to a be a way to use that fact to make some money.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: William on February 17, 2012, 02:38:06 pm

I'm betting raw paleo diet with lots of wild ocean food will beat the pants off of chemical iodine supplementing.




I hope that you are right about that, and have wondered about the 4% of Americans who tested as not deficient in iodine.
Maybe they are seafood eaters?
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on February 17, 2012, 03:27:41 pm
I hope that you are right about that, and have wondered about the 4% of Americans who tested as not deficient in iodine.
Maybe they are seafood eaters?

I'm betting those sea food eaters are 100% cooked dieters and cook their sea food and all their other food to death.  Since you are a raw paleo dieter yourself, you know that cooking makes those organic iodine nutrients inorganic and less usable by the body.  We can do better than even those 4% of americans who are not iodine deficient.

We are the lucky ones, William.  We are raw paleo dieters.  (plus I live in an archipelago)
We are the 0.001%

We raw paleo dieters have a true choice, to choose between chemical iodine and raw paleo diet with lots of ocean food iodine rich. 

Hey man, and if you are doing great with your chemical balancing of iodine et al, kudos to you.  But for me and my family in my experience, if I want to be sure... without side effects... I bet our lives on real food.  Higher safety margins and it has worked brilliantly so far.

Personally I would like to Thank You... yes, from the bottom of my heart for bringing up the topic of Iodine deficiency.  Yes, I think Lex is Iodine deficient.  Prostate problems is a dead give away. It's a shame he has to stubbornly eat only beef.

The reason I'm thanking you is this iodine is the missing link / clue with my wife's ill health.  She's a cooked paleo dieter, sometimes with rice, but always avoiding iodine rich foods such as shrimp, crabs, squids, clams, oysters, small whole fish, etc.

I did a lot of research last night and dumped it in her email.  Thanks to you.

I may be able to convince her to join me and my boy in our sea food bonanza of iodine rich foods.

Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: William on February 19, 2012, 07:55:58 am
Glad that it might help.

I love seafood, but nothing is fresh locally.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Aaaaaa on February 19, 2012, 08:38:15 am
This is true.  We have so many international members here, there's got to a be a way to use that fact to make some money.
I second this idea!  Me and my husband's goal is to have some sort of online business so we can be financially independent and not have to worry about working for anyone.  You have NO idea how happy I will be when that happens...:-))

And also, great journal GS!  You have inspired me to start documenting what I am doing for my health.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on February 29, 2012, 08:35:16 am
Woke up this morning.

Maid said stray cats raided our outdoor refrigerator and ate my beef.  Crap, that's at least 2 kilos.  They left almost a kilo, but who knows what bad germs those cats carry so they all got thrown out.  Grrr.... revenge is coming.

Went to marikina wet market 6am, got some:

- got a few guavas, 5 pcs. got ginger, got calamansi, got pechay.
- 2 sets of bottles of carabao milk, 2 different suppliers
- got 3 big mature coconuts / niyog had them shredded
- got a kilo of malasugi... a kind of marlin for ceviche with coconut milk later for my guests later
- got some hasa hasa (small fish) for ceviche with japanese rice vinegar for my guests later
- luckily came across a new batch of sea weed noodles.  Bought 2 kilos this time.  I'm stuffing myself with these rare noodles.  And my guests will surely love these.

We are shooting an instructional dvd following my curemanual.com outline, this one will be targeted at www.eczemacure.info (http://www.eczemacure.info) audience.  My friend Sifu Jen Sam the TCM and acupuncture and kung fu expert will also be interviewed to give his thoughts on health and healing.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on March 21, 2012, 08:52:26 am
I think I may have overdosed on DURIAN.

Daily durian for months seems to have taken its toll.
I got bed bug bites on my 2 arms' elbows, some on my left fingers and it's really bothersome.
Saw some bubbles on top of my 2 feet.
Then 2 nights ago I had a headache, left side.

Did my many tools to relieve me of the headache.  Relieved.

Experimented with eating durian again to see if that is where it is coming from.

Confirmed. 

Maybe I should lay off durian for a few weeks.  I still have some in the freezer.

Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: cherimoya_kid on March 21, 2012, 10:35:54 am
Why would you eat frozen durian? I would only eat fresh fruit, if I lived where you do. I still only eat frozen durian 1 or 2 times a year.  I wish I could get it fresh.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on March 21, 2012, 11:56:56 am
Why would you eat frozen durian? I would only eat fresh fruit, if I lived where you do. I still only eat frozen durian 1 or 2 times a year.  I wish I could get it fresh.

Durian is plentiful down south in Mindanao, in Davao City and surroundings. 
Not native in Manila.

I do get your drift.  Maybe it's the frozen durian.  Because it's frozen.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: van on March 22, 2012, 11:33:44 am
I'm sure Iguana would chime in and mention that the freezing negates the 'stop', so you're probably overeating them.  Even in their fresh state, overeating happens almost every time I get around them.  One of the most addicting foods I've ever come across. 
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on March 22, 2012, 12:46:56 pm
Thanks for that tip.  I thought it was only cooking that negates the stop.  Freezing as well huh?
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Joy2012 on March 22, 2012, 01:07:30 pm
Is that photo your son? He is so cute.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on March 22, 2012, 08:49:04 pm
Is that photo your son? He is so cute.

That's my 2nd son.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Joy2012 on March 27, 2012, 12:18:24 pm
Thanks for that tip.  I thought it was only cooking that negates the stop.  Freezing as well huh?


The following article compares the nutritional loss of  different ways of food processing. Freezing is not bad. Nutritional loss is between 0% and 10% (except for V-C), depending on the nutrient.

NUTRITIONAL EFFECTS OF FOOD PROCESSING
 
    FREEZING, DRYING, COOKING, AND REHEATING
Nearly every food preparation process reduces the amount of nutrients in food. In particular, processes that expose foods to high levels of heat, light, and/or oxygen cause the greatest nutrient loss. Nutrients can also be "washed out" of foods by fluids that are introduced during a cooking process. For example, boiling a potato can cause much of the potato's B and C vitamins to migrate to the boiling water. You'll still benefit from those nutrients if you consume the liquid (i.e. if the potato and water are being turned into potato soup), but not if you throw away the liquid. Similar losses also occur when you broil, roast, or fry in oil, and then drain off the drippings.
The table below compares the typical maximum nutrient losses for common food processing methods. This table is included as a general guide only. Actual losses will depend on many different factors, including type of food and cooking time and temperature. For additional data on specific preparation methods, please see the USDA Table of Nutrient Retention Factors (2003).

Typical Maximum Nutrient Losses (as compared to raw food)
Vitamins Freeze Dry Cook Cook+Drain Reheat
Vitamin A      5%        50%  25%       35%       10%
Retinol Activity Equivalent   5%   50%   25%   35%   10%
Alpha Carotene   5%   50%   25%   35%   10%
Beta Carotene   5%   50%   25%   35%   10%
Beta Cryptoxanthin   5%   50%   25%   35%   10%
Lycopene   5%   50%   25%   35%   10%
Lutein+Zeaxanthin   5%   50%   25%   35%   10%
Vitamin C   30%   80%   50%   75%   50%
Thiamin   5%   30%   55%   70%   40%
Riboflavin   0%   10%   25%   45%   5%
Niacin   0%   10%   40%   55%   5%
Vitamin B6   0%   10%   50%   65%   45%
Folate   5%   50%   70%   75%   30%
Food Folate   5%   50%   70%   75%   30%
Folic Acid   5%   50%   70%   75%   30%
Vitamin B12   0%   0%   45%   50%   45%

Minerals   Freeze Dry   Cook   Cook+Drain   Reheat
Calcium   5%   0%   20%   25%   0%
Iron   0%   0%   35%   40%   0%
Magnesium   0%   0%   25%   40%   0%
Phosphorus   0%   0%   25%   35%   0%
Potassium   10%   0%   30%   70%   0%
Sodium   0%   0%   25%   55%   0%
Zinc               0%   0%   25%   25%    0%
Copper   10%   0%   40%   45%   0%
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on May 23, 2012, 11:02:28 am
Long Hair Experiment Successful, I Finally Got a Haircut

http://eczemacure.info/2012/05/23/long-hair-experiment-successful-i-finally-got-a-haircut/ (http://eczemacure.info/2012/05/23/long-hair-experiment-successful-i-finally-got-a-haircut/)

Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: fwadmin on May 24, 2012, 11:19:50 am
After years of experimenting with raw milk... I can now say that I can now digest raw milk.

One I'm having success digesting now is raw carabao milk.

My measure of digestion is not farting the entire day for it.

I think this new success is due to the continuous ingestion of a probiotic our organic farmer made called "lacto" for lacto bacilli?

Maybe I now have the correct flora. 

Funny that now I have success with raw carabao milk, my 11 year old boy is now sick of it / had had enough of it for now.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on May 24, 2012, 04:19:21 pm
http://www.myhealthblog.org/2012/05/24/welts-treatment-with-petroleum-nut-oil/ (http://www.myhealthblog.org/2012/05/24/welts-treatment-with-petroleum-nut-oil/)

Sometimes raw paleo diet isn't enough.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on June 04, 2012, 05:35:34 pm
http://www.myhealthblog.org/2012/06/03/teeth-health-tooth-decay-tooth-ache-gingivitis-bleeding-gums/ (http://www.myhealthblog.org/2012/06/03/teeth-health-tooth-decay-tooth-ache-gingivitis-bleeding-gums/)

My course of action is:

- zero carb
eggs, liver, bone marrow, oysters, water, beef

- pyro energen sessions

- clove oil

- oil pulling with oregano oil

- brushing with baking soda
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on June 05, 2012, 11:31:07 am
So far so good.

Zero Carb really works for tooth decay pain.

I notice though zero carb makes me lethargic as it usually does.  But I haven't done any extensive long term zero carb experiments. The most was 4 days.

Also the Pyro energen really works.  As it does on the patients I use it on. 

It seems as if pyro energen switches on healing immediately... meaning immediately dampens any pain or uncomfy feeling in my jaw.

I've learned to hook up the pyroenergen on me while I type on my desktop computer.  This should be an incentive.

I like having a slice of lemon in my water or squeeze a lemon in the water
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on June 06, 2012, 07:45:35 am
woke up inflammation free.

but woke up weak, lack of energy... you know lack of carbs... 3rd day.

drank some cool water with a slice of lemon.

breakfast table had some enticing papaya.

So I figured a high vitamin c shot via a raw fat combination might not be so bad.

I drank 1 raw duck egg and then ate 2 small papaya slices.

Made me full.

Gave me some energy to get me started.

It is 7:45am

I probably won't take any more carbs the rest of the day.

I switched to olive oil for oil pulling instead of virgin coconut oil.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: HIT_it_RAW on June 06, 2012, 03:48:26 pm
woke up inflammation free.
Thats great, good for you!
Quote
but woke up weak, lack of energy... you know lack of carbs... 3rd day.
Are you getting enough fat? I noticed i need at least 150gr fats on low carb to maintain energy levels. Thats the bare minimum though usually i'm around 180-210 grms fat 150 gram prot and <30 grms carb. So calorie wise 70%fat 25%prot 5%carb. If i drop fats for prot my energy suffers.

personnaly i wouldn't brush my teeth except maybe just with some water. allow those raw nutrients to acumulate on the teeth so they can feed them both externally as wel as internally. Off course that only works on low carb. I you eat to much carbs i would need to brush to prevent excessive plaque.

good luck keep us updated
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: HIT_it_RAW on June 06, 2012, 03:54:12 pm
I drank 1 raw duck egg and then ate 2 small papaya slices.
Made me full.
that fills you up in the morning? My breakfast today was 250grms of liver lots of butter(50grms or so), a teaspoon of vco, and a large glass of raw milk kefir. an hour before that i had a glass of green veggie juice with some butter as a wake up tonic. that was 3 hrs ago and i'm already hungry just about to grab a milkshake (milk, cream, 2 eggs)0,5ltr total.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on June 06, 2012, 11:49:45 pm
I usually eat a light breakfast.
And on this 2012 my 4th year I eat far far less than year 2 and 3.
Maybe it's because I'm probably smaller than you and I'm a computer geek... who is lazy when it comes to working out.

Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: cherimoya_kid on June 07, 2012, 12:14:57 pm
I you eat to much carbs i would need to brush to prevent excessive plaque.


Off-topic, but I've noticed that vitamin D reduces the amount of plaque that accumulates on my teeth.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on June 07, 2012, 01:14:18 pm
How much vitamin d?
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: HIT_it_RAW on June 07, 2012, 02:41:41 pm
How much vitamin d?
How acquired? If the supplemental vit D does it whereas sun made vitamin D does not than it is probably just a side affect from one of the toxic byproducts in the sup.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on June 26, 2012, 12:10:42 am
OraMD the product works!

As their literature states, in my experience, it seems OraMD was the one responsible for stopping my bleeding gums at every tooth brush.

Gingivitis?

Will this OraMD be the missing link in my teeth regenerating and re-filling? 

Wait and see.

I am now beginning to see that it is carbs and bits of carby food particles stuck in my mouth and teeth that seems to cause tooth decay as described in the book that came with OraMD.

Have to keep the large hole in my right lower molar immaculately clean.

The mouthmattersbook.com lady was correct that the old technology of drilling and filling is a recipe for the destiny of the teeth eventually breaking.

So I'm not letting even a biological dentist touch my teeth for now.

Waiting for the OraMD and raw paleo diet cure tooth decay magic to work.

Hope the tooth / jaw pain stays away.

I will eventually need to schedule for plaque cleaning.

For good measure, I've done 2 straight mornings of egg yolk liver flushing.  And this evening 2 coffee enemas.  Maintenance and optimization thing.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on July 02, 2012, 04:50:18 am
Did a 1 day diluted orange juice fast yesterday... with some 2 raw duck eggs for raw fats. 

Today, I'm just finishing up the left over orange juice of my son and mine.

And I'm experimenting with raw herb capsules being suggested to my boy from an independent herbalist in Palawan.

These capsules contain a straightforward combination of raw neem, ginger and turmeric... still raw paleo in capsules.

My wife was raving about this supplement as it flushed her real good.

Was being suggested for my boy, but I will have to self experiment this before I give it to my boy.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: jessica on July 02, 2012, 07:17:41 am
what is the ailment they are suggesting these herbs for?  what does it flush?  neem seems pretty harsh so good on you for testing it first.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: cherimoya_kid on July 02, 2012, 07:36:09 am

Have to keep the large hole in my right lower molar immaculately clean.



I've found that oil-pulling with coconut oil is very helpful for tooth problems.   Vitamin D is good too.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on July 02, 2012, 08:01:39 am
what is the ailment they are suggesting these herbs for?  what does it flush?  neem seems pretty harsh so good on you for testing it first.

Pics are here, just click the image to blow up.

http://eczemacure.info/2012/07/02/experimenting-with-raw-neem-ginger-turmeric-supplement/ (http://eczemacure.info/2012/07/02/experimenting-with-raw-neem-ginger-turmeric-supplement/)
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on July 10, 2012, 11:47:09 am
Seems like my current condition all stems from dehydration and magnesium deficiency.

http://www.myhealthblog.org/2012/07/10/magnesium-deficiency-experiment-1-with-malunggay-moringa-oleifera-raw-capsules-and-tea/ (http://www.myhealthblog.org/2012/07/10/magnesium-deficiency-experiment-1-with-malunggay-moringa-oleifera-raw-capsules-and-tea/)

If this is successful, I bet I can heal my tooth decay.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: PaleoPhil on July 11, 2012, 05:29:01 am
Did you check out Ramiel Nagel's Cure Tooth Decay http://www.curetoothdecay.com/ (http://www.curetoothdecay.com/) yet?
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on July 11, 2012, 06:05:13 am
Did you check out Ramiel Nagel's Cure Tooth Decay http://www.curetoothdecay.com/ (http://www.curetoothdecay.com/) yet?

Yes, i did that.  I may use that again using more indigenous greens like malunggay and alugbati and kamote tops.   I bombed on the brushing.  Oil pulling was not as good as brushing with oramd and oregano oil.  And should have paid attention to magnesium intake.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: cherimoya_kid on July 11, 2012, 11:53:24 am
Yes, i did that.  I may use that again using more indigenous greens like malunggay and alugbati and kamote tops.   I bombed on the brushing.  Oil pulling was not as good as brushing with oramd and oregano oil.  And should have paid attention to magnesium intake.

I think maybe you overdo the acid fruit sometimes. 

Also, I have found that swishing bone meal, clay, or dolomite in my mouth after eating really helps with tooth sensitivity.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on July 11, 2012, 10:11:51 pm
Thanks for the tip Cherimoya.

I will also experiment eliminating eggs from my diet.

I can't pinpoint it yet, must be an egg allergy somewhere.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on July 17, 2012, 09:01:30 pm
I will be experimenting avoiding fructose sources. Saying goodbye to most fruits.  I may cheat with a bite a day.

If I can't handle too low carb I will supplement with glucose sources like organic white rice or organic potatoes.

Which means the direction this will lead to is VLC. (very low carb) diet.

Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on July 18, 2012, 01:18:31 am
I will be giving up on my tooth and will have it removed.  It is the root cause of my problems right now.

OraMd product is great. Got rid of my bleeding gums.  And oregano oil stopped the painful height of infection.  But i have to admit the tooth is too late lost and has to go.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Haai on July 18, 2012, 01:36:40 am
How long has your tooth been a problem? since your SAD days?
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on July 18, 2012, 06:52:19 am
How long has your tooth been a problem? since your SAD days?

Yes. The filling was more than 6 years old.  The dentist said that was the last time the tooth was going to be filled.  When the filling popped out a few months ago i thought oil pulling could do it.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: PaleoPhil on July 18, 2012, 08:08:46 am
Did you know that Ramiel Nagel recommends strictly restricting fruit intake for those with tooth decay?

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if you have tooth decay you will want to greatly limit how much fruit you eat. If you do not have tooth decay, then I would recommend one serving of fruit per day, preferably at lunch or after lunch. http://www.curetoothdecay.com/support-with-tooth-decay/support-fruit-tooth-decay.htm (http://www.curetoothdecay.com/support-with-tooth-decay/support-fruit-tooth-decay.htm)
Granted, even Ramiel acknowledged that he still has some gum problems, but he claims that his cavities healed [FWIW].

Let us know if your VLC approach helps at all.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on July 18, 2012, 08:36:50 am
My bleeding gums healed using OraMD.  I wish I knew about OraMD early on.  I bet if I did this one tooth may have regenerated with Rami Nagel's protocol.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on July 19, 2012, 12:19:44 am
I will be switching to an anti uric acid version of raw paleo diet.  Following aajonus' advice and the experiences shared here.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Dorothy on July 19, 2012, 03:55:50 am
I'm not familiar with what foods have uric acid GS. Would you please list them? Thanks.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on July 23, 2012, 04:39:58 pm
My gout analysis and experience.

http://www.myhealthblog.org/2012/07/21/gout-cure-2012-a-synthesis-of-what-ive-learned-so-far/ (http://www.myhealthblog.org/2012/07/21/gout-cure-2012-a-synthesis-of-what-ive-learned-so-far/)

Had teeth cleaning even underneath gums.
And I just had my tooth pulled... should solve many things.
Taking pharma pain reliever for 2 days.
And will take pharma antibiotics for 5 days.
This is what the biological dentist knows... so wish me luck.  Haven't taken pharma since 6 years ago when the last molar on the other side was pulled.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on August 14, 2012, 09:54:26 am
Seems the parasites, the tapeworms and more, were keeping me lean and hungry and kept me from overdosing on protein by eating a good amount of my nutrients.  Without the parasites, I was now subject to overdosing, over nutrition.  Interesting.

http://www.myhealthblog.org/2012/08/14/raw-paleo-diet-4-6-years-report-parasites-cleansed-protein-requirements-reached-food-consumption-minimal/ (http://www.myhealthblog.org/2012/08/14/raw-paleo-diet-4-6-years-report-parasites-cleansed-protein-requirements-reached-food-consumption-minimal/)
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Ioanna on August 14, 2012, 10:11:41 am
interesting

so gout is possible?!
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: cherimoya_kid on August 14, 2012, 12:29:53 pm
interesting

so gout is possible?!

I get gout when I eat frozen cow liver.  Not deer liver, just cow.  It happens in my right thumb joint.  It's quite painful sometimes. 

Some other foods seem to cause it, but it's been so long since I had gout (at least a year, maybe two years) that I can't remember what else causes it.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Chris on August 14, 2012, 12:48:35 pm
Seems the parasites, the tapeworms and more, were keeping me lean and hungry and kept me from overdosing on protein by eating a good amount of my nutrients.  Without the parasites, I was now subject to overdosing, over nutrition.  Interesting.

http://www.myhealthblog.org/2012/08/14/raw-paleo-diet-4-6-years-report-parasites-cleansed-protein-requirements-reached-food-consumption-minimal/ (http://www.myhealthblog.org/2012/08/14/raw-paleo-diet-4-6-years-report-parasites-cleansed-protein-requirements-reached-food-consumption-minimal/)
So I take it, you would recommend those products for parasite removal?
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on August 14, 2012, 09:45:51 pm
So I take it, you would recommend those products for parasite removal?

If you had a nasty parasite that bothered you hell yeah.  Getting rid of my tapeworms was a good thing.  I immediately gained 10 pounds after a month.

For my children too... they need all the nutrition they can get to grow up.  We just finished a 30 day round of deworming with the 3 kids.

We keep herbal dewormers and zappers for bad parasites.  In the past, my wife and her sisters would be hospitalized with amoeba infections.  But today, when they suspect an amoeba infection they just take Barefoot Herbalist MH dewormer and be well in a day or two.  They are not raw foodists.

I spend markedly less on food for myself these past few months.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on August 14, 2012, 10:06:08 pm
interesting

so gout is possible?!

I think mine was also due to low fluid / water consumption.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on August 29, 2012, 07:42:17 am
I caught Chicken Pox from my 9 yr old boy!
Arggghhh.... I'm not immune from chicken pox.
http://www.myhealthblog.org/2012/08/28/chicken-pox-party-in-marikina/ (http://www.myhealthblog.org/2012/08/28/chicken-pox-party-in-marikina/)
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: ys on August 30, 2012, 12:40:00 am
no way!! the good thing is you only have it once.  not much to do there, just let your immune system take care of it.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on August 30, 2012, 08:16:46 pm
I've been bothered by this pesky whole body chicken pox.  Seems my body took the opportunity of this chicken pox party and is just detoxing everything and anything from my old life.  I look horrible. ( mercury? lead? tires? Gasoline? Diesel? old drugs? old steroids? old vaccines? accutane? )

I'm trying to follow Aajonus' advice with this chicken pox. Chicken plus Avocado, banana and honey..  Also doing various detox protocols.  Got a steam bathing kit,  It works.

Makes me think how in fact useful chicken pox is for full body detox.

That is if I survive this detox process.  Seems I'm the worst case at 43.  My sister in law is 29 and bad too.  My 11 year old boy had been vaccinated so he got it mild.  My 8 year old girl was not vaccinated and had malaise for 2 days.  My 9 year old boy was not vaccinated and was immensely helped out of his malaise with pyroenergen.com sessions.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Brad462 on August 31, 2012, 10:45:51 am
Chicken pox huh? If you really feel that bad perhaps you should see a doctor. (I know I hate doctors too.)
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on August 31, 2012, 03:03:33 pm
The steam bathing and Aajonus recommendations of raw chicken + avocado and unripe banana + raw honey, raw eggs at night and sleep seems to be working to heal me real fast.  Just 2 days of this so far.

I am resisting my own thought of using oregano oil on some suspected infected areas.  I figure i need to let those bacteria do their thing.


Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: letsdoiteczema on September 02, 2012, 06:38:02 am
Wow, I have no idea what a steam bathing kit is... Using steam to bath yourself? Wouldn't that burn your skin? Haha.

Anyways, if I were you (with chickenpox) the first thing I would do for accelerated recovery is to boost the immune system in the best possible way - apart from RPD, I would start internal and external uropathy. If external is inconvenient (go to work etc) then just stick to internal use. Several drops to a tablespoon of fresh urine under the tongue, or mixed with large cup of water or fruit should do the trick of sending the smartest signal to your immune system.

You don't need to drink full cups of uropathy for it to work.

I'm telling you because I know you're a very open minded person. I believe in minimizing the pain and suffering from diseases and aim for quickest recovery. Like many others here, I do doubt Aajonus's constant stress on detox. I personally hate feeling/getting sick.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Brad462 on September 02, 2012, 07:21:50 am
Perhaps you need to learn to let go a little bit. There is a thin line between taking care of yourself and obsession.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on September 02, 2012, 08:44:30 am
My observation that this chicken pox virus spread is actually a big opportunity for detoxification is bearing fruit.

Once the internal detoxes were done I felt better internally and concentrated on external healing.

The discomfort I felt externally were addressed by calendula oil, I put only on the most painful parts under my ears and my nape very sparingly.

I let the pain lead the way to healing, deep healing was what I wanted.  And this chicken pox gave me that opportunity.

I'm welcoming yellowish bits of pus do its job of cleansing those parts.

Hi Brad, I'm not in that obsession phase yet.  Just being the observant learning healer.  Now I am learning what chicken pox is and is not by experiencing it myself.

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Seems the dirtier you are inside, the more horrid you will look.

My childrens' 2 cousins were also infected by chicken pox and my wife saw them yesterday.  She thought I and my sister and law were bad?  And we were the health conscious adults with our managed health conscious kids.  Those 2 cousins are living on SAD and medical and vaccines and the elder 12 year old  was like a pineapple bad... that bad... good for him he is getting this detox opportunity.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Dorothy on October 13, 2012, 01:10:26 pm
Chicken pox for an adult can be a horror. No way you could be obsessive when faced with that! I sure would do everything you can to help yourself and your family through that one as quickly as you can. What do your healer friends suggest? Sure hope you feel better soon!
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on October 24, 2012, 12:40:40 am
I have a non healer friend who is as fair skinned as I am and said it took him 6 months to eliminate the chicken pox marks.

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I'm exploring spleen health lately.

http://www.myhealthblog.org/2012/10/23/spleen-health-spleen-detox-experiments-and-exploration/ (http://www.myhealthblog.org/2012/10/23/spleen-health-spleen-detox-experiments-and-exploration/)
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Dorothy on October 24, 2012, 11:45:25 am
I still have some scars from getting chicken pox as a young adult. When I think back on it I realize now that even though I was exposed to chicken pox repeatedly as a child I never got it because my immune system was strong - even with an inferior diet. It wasn't until after a doctor put me on a powerful broad spectrum antibiotic for years that I was vulnerable to many of such diseases. The antibiotics made me weak. Building my gut bacteria and immune system up again made me stronger again.

Your immune systems must still be weak GS. I hope that it gets better and better over time for you and your family.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on October 30, 2012, 08:19:43 am
http://www.myhealthblog.org/2012/10/30/indoor-pollution-source-of-damp-wet-mold-fungus-found-and-hopefully-fixed/ (http://www.myhealthblog.org/2012/10/30/indoor-pollution-source-of-damp-wet-mold-fungus-found-and-hopefully-fixed/)

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shower valve leaking and drenching the walls from the inside causing mold and fungus formation

this is a big deal.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on October 30, 2012, 08:28:52 am
Spleen health / nourishing, foods, food temp adjustments, supplements for me and my boy for blood cleansing are all working.  In a few days I feel like I'm gaining weight.  That Panax Ginseng for energy is effective.  Those Tung Shueh pills to clean the blood, including the spleen  seems to help with better digestion and transformation of what I eat into meat. 

I'm thinking of how long I can take these supplements and then let go of them after they had been replaced with new foods, new habits.

I'm getting into more root crops like carrots, yacon, and ginger, etc.  Raw sliced ginger, fermented ginger. 

Studying Yin and Yang foods and habits.  More Yang foods and habits.  No cold drinks.  No Yin fruits in the morning.  Wait until my meats / fish are at room temperature instead of hurriedly eating them at refrigerator temperature.

Looking at Ayurveda, the papaya should be eaten before going to bed.

I've been making fish stock soup for my 2 boys lately and giving that to them in the mornings to warm them up.  I've been having some of that too while I'm transitioning the boys.  But I should get back to full raw paleo next week when their transition is done.

The fermented ginger and the ginger seems to increase my appetite... especially eaten with the meat.  I'll have to balance that, I don't want any future gout symptoms.  Need to study more spleen stuff and Yang stuff... I need to focus more on ayurveda next.

Turmeric + pepper + olive oil is a neat trick I tried.  Said to make the anti-inflammatory properties of turmeric work 2,000 times better.

I'm betting this spleen health thing, Yang thing and ayurvedic teachings will make me gain weight and energy and muscle and stronger teeth in a month or 2 months.  I'd probably expect 5 to 10 pounds increase.  Maybe I will be 140 lbs or more by end of the year.  Let's see.

Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on November 08, 2012, 09:57:54 am
(http://www.myhealthblog.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/100_1304-150x150.jpg)

http://www.myhealthblog.org/2012/11/08/panax-ginseng-extractum-capsules-review-experience-after-2-weeks/ (http://www.myhealthblog.org/2012/11/08/panax-ginseng-extractum-capsules-review-experience-after-2-weeks/)

"Panax ginseng is a super food.  Ginseng is a super food in the Koreas and the Chinese.  It is well revered, highly prized, highly priced in those cultures.  They can see that Panax Ginseng, in this case Sifu believes is 6 year old ginseng strips away all the minerals in the soil it is planted on.  It is mineral rich… super rich, and these trace minerals are kept intact in Panax Ginseng.  This kind of ginseng is then capsulized for commercial selling to peoples in lands where ginseng is not a native plant.

What is my review, my experience after more than 2 weeks of taking 3 capsules a day every morning?  The warmth works.  The blood circulation in my hands and feet works.  I am toasty warm on my feet and hands and fingers.  And that is what Sifu Sam expected.  He says if I felt TOO WARM, I can cut back down to 2 capsules every morning.

I was so impressed after 10 days when I finished the bottle, I asked to be resupplied 10 more new bottles.  I got from Sifu Jen Sam to make sure I got authentic Panax Ginseng Extractum from The Central Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd., Tianjin, China."

Panax Ginseng Extractum Capsules Review (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s81FwYBwN5c#)
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: littleElefant on November 10, 2012, 06:02:19 am
Hi GS,

where can I buy the ginseng extract?
Your spleen healing, yang orientated and  ayurvedic diet is super interesting.
I also need to help my spleen, need more yang and I am far to much Vata in Ayurvedic terms.
I would also love to gain some weight, build muscles and healthy tissue.
Please tell me more about your new protocol.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on November 10, 2012, 06:21:29 am
I'm driven to do this yang stuff and spleen improvement more for my 11 year old boy who is recovering from intestinal damage and has some eczema manifestations in his legs itching.

1. I get my ginseng extract above from my healer Sifu Jen Sam as he knows his suppliers will only give him authentic products.  You probably need to find an honest supplier in your country.

2. I buy fermented ginger from a korean / japanese store, it comes in 1 kg bags and costs me some 7.30 US dollars.

3. My boy likes fish stock soup more than beef stock soup.  For example I will make a stock using 4 pounds / 2 kgs of http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sole_(fish)... (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sole_(fish)...) it is for warmth.  Spleen likes warmth.  I give him soup every breakfast and dinner.  Lunch he is in school.  I get to eat the soup too.

4.  My boy also gets a digestive aid, blood cleaning aid called Tung Shueh Pills Cow Head Brand.  Again we got the authentic stuff.  On the internet, the US FDA did a pretty good job of demonizing these herbs.  But in my experience, and in my healer's experience, they work well, without side effects.  And yes, I felt it's digestive powers and I gained 5 pounds in 2 weeks from this entire regimen in combination. I just stopped taking this yesterday and see how it affects me.  I guinea pig myself for my kids.

http://www.myhealthblog.org/2012/10/27/tung-shueh-pills-cows-head-brand-review-by-tcm-healer-sifu-jen-sam/ (http://www.myhealthblog.org/2012/10/27/tung-shueh-pills-cows-head-brand-review-by-tcm-healer-sifu-jen-sam/)

5.  Avoid cold drinks.  Avoid cold food.  One mistake I seem to have made upon adjusting to raw paleo is eating meat and drink refrigerator cold.  Call me lazy.  Found out from TCM teachers on the radio that's very bad.  The energy we have to expend to raise the temperature of the food.  And the shock our system gets from cold food is too much, in our language we call that PASMA... seems the english language has no such word that describes sudden temperature changes by ingesting cold food and drink.

So it pays to be more patient with our raw meat and wait for it to get to room temperature or body temperature.  And eat the meat with some fermented ginger.

6.  Avoid direct or too much air conditioning, accept the warm tropical weather.

7.  Drink herbal teas throughout the day for more warmth.

8.  Spleen responds to touch so touch and hug away.

9.  Avoid fruit in the morning.  Have warm soup instead.  Warmth is important. Eat that papaya after dinner helps digest at night.  There is an epidemic of YIN lately in the world.  So concentrate on looking for and consuming YANG foods.  Of course we are yin here, as I explained in the video of Panax Ginseng, I've never been too hot.

Here is my boy's latest progress http://eczemacure.info/2012/11/09/child-eczema-cleared-with-tung-shueh-pills-cow-head-brand/ (http://eczemacure.info/2012/11/09/child-eczema-cleared-with-tung-shueh-pills-cow-head-brand/)
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on November 10, 2012, 01:05:54 pm
My first experiments today with heating refrigerator cold and a little icy beef in a toaster oven.

Set it to very low setting.

Set for 5 minutes.

For a change my meat is not cold.

The only time I usually get warm meat is when I go to the wet market.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Roxann on December 30, 2012, 02:27:13 am
I have a non healer friend who is as fair skinned as I am and said it took him 6 months to eliminate the chicken pox marks.

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I'm exploring spleen health lately.
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I am also fairskinned and have chickenpok marks.

I just got a spleen from Slankers. It's larger than I thought.  I have it sitting open in the fridge.

GS, how can I add my gender to my forum profile here? I tried, but I can't find any way to add anything to it. I asked TD in the classifieds section, and he responded about that part that you may be able to add it if I ask.  Thanks!
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on January 04, 2013, 10:14:00 pm
GMA network channel 11 came over to the house to make an interview for a 3 minute segment to be shown next week Wednesday at supposedly 8 pm.

The topic was about "raw paleo diet".

They took videos of me eating various raw paleo diet stuff and interviewed me, asked my 11 year old boy, also asked the 2 drivers who were having lunch what a temporary raw paleo diet did for them.

Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on January 11, 2013, 02:44:48 pm
A customer of mine called me up and said he saw me on TV.
The program is called IJuander

https://www.facebook.com/ijuander (https://www.facebook.com/ijuander)
(In that facebook page I posted a link to our forum).

and

http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/video/shows/ijuander (http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/video/shows/ijuander)
(look for January 10, 2013 episode)

Unfortunately it is in pure Tagalog.

I haven't seen it yet.  The production assistant said she will send me a copy.

Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on January 11, 2013, 03:04:49 pm
January 2013 means I'm now 5 years on raw Paleo Diet.

What's up lately is I've given in to salt.

But not plain salt.

(http://www.filipinostore.de/images/Monika%20-%20Padas%20Bagoong%20340gr.JPG)

I like bagoong.  It's a probiotic with salt, fermented tiny whole fish called padas. 
Lately I've been following my salt needs and using this "padas" product.
Goes well with raw beef.

My raw animal food consumption these days is much lower than year 2 and 3.

I may be consuming only 200 grams of animal food a day, sometimes less.

I've taken a liking to raw starchier food.

Singkamas root crop, starchy bananas, starchy yakon, will try out more starchy pumpkin.

Mango season is early this time, late december and early january!  Usually mango season begins March.  It's not because of the commercial farming, even our neighborhood left alone mango trees are in full fruit.

Christmas and new year had me eating cooked meat at times.  Yuck, not so good feelings.  So January 1 I'm back to being strict.  No even tasting my kids' food.  Ask the others to taste that cooked food.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on February 12, 2013, 09:07:53 am
Seems magnesium deficiencies cannot be solved by food alone.

http://www.myhealthblog.org/2013/02/12/magnesium-deficiency-magnesium-oil-transdermal-and-beach-cravings/ (http://www.myhealthblog.org/2013/02/12/magnesium-deficiency-magnesium-oil-transdermal-and-beach-cravings/)

(http://www.myhealthblog.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/magnesium-oil-sample.jpg)
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: William on February 12, 2013, 01:33:19 pm
Seems magnesium deficiencies cannot be solved by food alone.

http://www.myhealthblog.org/2013/02/12/magnesium-deficiency-magnesium-oil-transdermal-and-beach-cravings/ (http://www.myhealthblog.org/2013/02/12/magnesium-deficiency-magnesium-oil-transdermal-and-beach-cravings/)

(http://www.myhealthblog.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/magnesium-oil-sample.jpg)


Magnesium oil is a waste product of sea salt production, both from modern and ancient oceans, known as nigari (sp?) in Japan and sea bitterns in Britain.
It contains lots of stuff I don't want to absorb, such as the poisonous halogen bromine etc. Sellers are secretive about the amount of bromine, but I got a copy of an assay from the mine in Holland, and it shows 0.4% bromine.

I take Iodine so as to force the bromine out of my cells, this makes healing possible that otherwise could never happen.

Everyone who has heart rhythm disturbances is magnesium deficient, as it is a precursor to potassium assimilation. Various kinds of Mg work, the best I've found is "mag malate renew"  by AOR, before that Albion Process  Magnesium Glycinate worked. Mg citrate also works, but is an effective laxative, so not well tolerated.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on February 12, 2013, 04:13:25 pm
Magnesium oil is a waste product of sea salt production, both from modern and ancient oceans, known as nigari (sp?) in Japan and sea bitterns in Britain.
It contains lots of stuff I don't want to absorb, such as the poisonous halogen bromine etc. Sellers are secretive about the amount of bromine, but I got a copy of an assay from the mine in Holland, and it shows 0.4% bromine.

I take Iodine so as to force the bromine out of my cells, this makes healing possible that otherwise could never happen.

Everyone who has heart rhythm disturbances is magnesium deficient, as it is a precursor to potassium assimilation. Various kinds of Mg work, the best I've found is "mag malate renew"  by AOR, before that Albion Process  Magnesium Glycinate worked. Mg citrate also works, but is an effective laxative, so not well tolerated.


Hey William, thank you for sharing your experience and research.

Can you be specific on how you use "mag malate renew"?  How much do you take?  How and what problem did it help you to solve that diet could not?
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: William on February 18, 2013, 10:35:44 pm
I stated taking magnesium maybe 8 year ago because that deficiency is one of the major reasons of heart arrhythmia - tricky because we feel nothing, but magnesium enables potassium assimilation, and it's potassium that prevents heart arrhythmia.

In the 1930s there was a report to the U.S. congress that said that 80% of arable soil was magnesium deficient - it will be worse now because Mg is not in the common fertilizer. This also applies to pasture land for beef animals.

I take one capsule of 870 mg after each of three meals/ day, or 3 capsules if I'm doing the "warrior diet".

This is part of my attempt to prevent and reverse malnutrition, since I believe that malnutrition is the cause of all disease.

Deficiencies vary across the earth, so those identified in the northern U.S.A. (Mg, I, Se, Boron) are not always the same as those elsewhere, and the common poisons probably vary as well, like mercury, bromine, fluorine, arsenic, anti-nutrients etc. etc.


Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: van on February 19, 2013, 12:09:18 am
I've been using an inland sea mineral product from utah, but have just recently found what I think may be the best sea mineral supplement period, in liquid ionic form/low sodiom,, called  Blue Ocean Minerals.  Check it out.   It has the ideal mg./ca. ratio too, something that most other sea min products can't match.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on February 19, 2013, 09:40:46 pm
I am experimenting with water kefirs.
A fellow health aficionado gave me some kefir grains to take care of.
The kefir grains seem to like coconut water.
I'm trying different stuff in them.

The magnesium oil makes me sleepy or crave more deep sleep.
Maybe it is working.

I bought a magnesium supplement guided by William's suggestion and got something with magnesium malate in it.
Tried taking a capsule just this evening.

I think the Blue Ocean Minerals sales pitches make logical sense and it is worth trying.

I am currently on a family vacation in the island of Mindoro.  The air is very very very nice.  A big change from the main island of Luzon.  Heard from the tricycle driver that the highway is finally finished and one can go around the big Mindoro island by car.  So I am plotting next time to bring my old car on a ferry and drive around the big island for a few days.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on February 27, 2013, 08:58:06 am
In my previous blog post I got rid of the magnesium oil supplementation.
Making me too sleepy.
http://www.myhealthblog.org/2013/02/25/magnesium-oil-supplementing-making-me-too-sleepy/ (http://www.myhealthblog.org/2013/02/25/magnesium-oil-supplementing-making-me-too-sleepy/)

These past few days my body is telling me to go really low carb.

But to do that I had to find better water than the reverse osmosis that we get from the water store.

I got the old "Hidden Springs" mineral water where we had much success many years ago.  Today I just put a spoonful of apple cider vinegar in my glass of mineral water.

I've got some beef liver, heart, kidney and pancreas and some beef muscle and fat... last night had some blue marlin sashimi and another kind of fish sashimi and sea urchin. 

This morning's hydrating stuff was mineral water with that touch of apple cider vinegar, I picked up below a tree a few bits of still green tamarind and a small fallen macopa fruit, a few slices of singkamas all of them not sweet and minimal.  That would all meet my carb quota for this day.
(amazing, no mangoes... or maybe I've just stuffed myself too much of them the past weeks)

I'm theorizing my body wants to get rid of the last old toxic fat I've carried for so long.  It is getting to be summer but I'm not feeling hot. 
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: sandman on March 01, 2013, 11:55:00 pm
Edwin, I will be coming to your neck of the woods, maybe by the 10th.  Maybe you can give me some advice on where I can get my meat, and how to avoid paying Kano prices. :)
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on March 09, 2013, 09:13:39 pm
Sandman, where are you?  Give me a call.
I sent you my number via PM.

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Saturday is Market Day.
I read and listened to this Vitamin K2 theory of Dr. Kate
So I bought the high K2 foods she's recommending and testing them out.
I got gouda and brie cheeses and natto (fermented soybean) and grass fed butter and grass fed duck eggs.
(technically these aren't paleo but short experiments need to go on)

I bought beef that is sold as really organic and am experimenting with this too over the wet market beef I get.
Dr. Kate says her research shows grass fed but grain finished beef loses its vitamin K2.

Dr. Kate says that heart disease plaque build up is just like tar tar on our teeth.
If we are high in K2 then we should not be building up tar tar on our teeth.
Dr. Kate says K2 is Weston Price's factor X.

Read her discussion in this pdf
http://nourishedkitchen.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/K2.pdf (http://nourishedkitchen.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/K2.pdf)

Raw octopus for dinner.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on March 18, 2013, 11:23:24 am
My raw cheese Brie, Gouda and Natto for K2 experiment has great immediate results for me.
Clean tar tar free teeth.
In fact old hardened tartar at the back of my front bottom teeth for the very first time in my life were easily scraped off by my fingernails.  Stuff like that tar tar used to be rock hard requiring a dentist to remove.
Now I can believe for myself what Dr. Kate was saying.
Experiencing is believing.

I don't think Natto is safe for me or any long term consumption.
I can see bubbling itches on the back of my fingers when I eat Natto.
As expected, gmo soy is truly crap... even if it has loads of K2.
Good thing I did not give natto to my boy.

Raw cheese problem is constipation... hardening of stools so massive amounts of butter or raw fat needs to go with cheese consumption.

What Aajonus said about cheese being like clay is true for me.



Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Haai on March 18, 2013, 06:00:26 pm
Don't you think the K2 in grass-fed meat fat is enough?
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on March 18, 2013, 06:10:24 pm
I am now questioning the quality of the beef I am getting, it may look nice and have the right colors and taste but I'm not getting the results I should be getting.

And maybe I am not getting enough of the organs that have K2.  Maybe I should strive to get brain regularly.

Dr. Kate says grain finishing kills the K2 content in beef.

Note how short my K2 experiments have been, less than 2 weeks and wow, the tar tar thing is truly telling.

Or maybe it is the properties of raw cheese as Aajonus Vonderplanitz describes:

CHEESES, RAW, NO-SALT-ADDED, are made from raw milk and
there is no salt added to the milk. Similar to clay, cheese supplies
concentrations of minerals that bind with radicals and poisons that the
body dumped into the stomach and intestines. Also, cheese draws the
poisons from the blood, nervous and lymphatic systems as they pass
through the stomach and intestines. Unsalted raw cheeses act like a
sponge to absorb those toxins, relieving nausea. Since cheeses lack
most bioactive enzymes, causing dehydration, eating raw fat with
cheese, such as unsalted raw butter or coconut cream, helps prevent
constipation.

These are just my initial guesses in my experiment.
I do not know yet what idea will hold true in the longer run.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: dogman333 on March 18, 2013, 09:57:46 pm
Bravo!
I'm really interested in hearing more on your Vitamin K2 experiments.

I currently take a supplement to keep my teeth free of tartar (Thorne Lab's K2 (MK4) in the US) -- and it works extremely well. I eat the best eggs and cheese and organ meats I can find, yet without the supplement I cannot keep my teeth clean. I've just resolved myself to the supplement.

I admire your efforts to find the combination of real foods that provide your vitamin K2.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: RogueFarmer on March 18, 2013, 10:48:06 pm
Livestock pick up K2 from rapidly growing grass. I was under the assumption that they had some sort of storage mechanism that they maintained K2 levels while they weren't eating them. K2 in animal fat is associated with the other fat soluble fatty acids. I notice for instance an old hen has much more yellowing of fat than a spring chicken and would think that such a chicken would have more K2. I would think the more grass finished a beef was the more K2 it would have in it. The kind of grass that puts weight on cattle quickly is generally the kind of grass that would contain K2. However there is some notion I remember that cool season grasses are especially rich in K2. This is what the website GreenPastures.com advertises. Perhaps tropical grasses are low or absent in K2 or for a large part of the year.
Are you sure he meant grass finished and not grain finished? I would think K2 would be less present in immature animals and more present in mature animals. It would probably be more prevalent during the rainy cooler times of the year when grass grows the fastest.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on March 18, 2013, 10:59:09 pm
I meant in my statement GRAIN finished.
I made the correction.

Dr. Kate says grass fed beef when GRAIN finished for 2 weeks loses its K2.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on March 31, 2013, 09:03:52 am
I have 2 batches of cubed beef high meat in the refrigerator.  1 batch is branded to be grass fed but frozen and flown in from another province.  1 batch is the regular beef I get in farmer's market, cubao.  They smell vastly different.

--------------------

Vitamin K2 Experiment Progress and Changes with Raw Brain Traditional Recipe

So my vitamin K2 experiment goes on. How my tar tar had been removed by eating lots of vitamin K2 rich foods. I have given up natto, even if there are left over untouched natto in our refrigerator. GMO Soya in natto just gives me and my boy bubbles on the back of our fingers. As for the cheese, I have settled on the more expensive brie cheese: Brie de Meaux which is a raw cheese from France. As for the gouda cheese we have settled on the Mild Gouda for my boy as that is the gouda cheese he prefers. My boy has lost his appetite for cheese as it makes his poop hard and big. I seem to have adjusted my big hard poop but my poop frequency is less from every day to every other day. Certainly not good for the long term. In the refrigerator today I have some brie de meaux I just bought yesterday from Santi’s. Maybe it will be the last cheese I buy for now. I pair cheese with some unsalted Anchor Butter which is not raw but is grass fed.

Since cheese is expensive anyway, I have decided to switch foods to something equally expensive and more natural. I will switch K2 sources to maintain some raw organic duck eggs, raw beef brain and raw beef bone marrow… these seem to be the raw paleolithic diet sources of vitamin K2 and absolutely they are not constipating. I also have 2 batches of beef high meet in the refrigerator fermenting for me. The first batch will be ready in a week… I do not know if that will contain K2. What I do know is I would like my daily pooping to return. I will use tar tar build up on my teeth to monitor if I am getting enough vitamin K2. How about that for K2 sensing?

As promised here is the traditional raw beef brain recipe from the northern Ilocos province.

- 1/4 raw beef brain
- 5 to 6 calamansi or 1/2 a lemon
- a small onion chopped
- half a teaspoon of freshly chopped cayenne

Mix in a bowl, I just cut up the mushy gel like brain in roughly 1 inch cubes. The brain will keep for 1 week or more in the refrigerator. I eat just 1/4 to 1/5 of the brain each day.

Access to brain may need some effort. I get raw beef brain in Farmer’s Market in Cubao. You have to be in the wet market before 7am to be able to buy one. The cost is around 80 to 100 pesos per brain. Sometimes you get part of the skull. You can have the bone of the skull chopped for addition in soup.

If the tar tar = heart disease clogging hypothesis of Dr. Kate is correct, then those wishing to clear their arteries merely need to go on a high vitamin K2 diet.

http://www.myhealthblog.org/2013/03/31/vitamin-k2-experiment-progress-and-changes-with-raw-brain-traditional-recipe/ (http://www.myhealthblog.org/2013/03/31/vitamin-k2-experiment-progress-and-changes-with-raw-brain-traditional-recipe/)
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Joy2012 on April 02, 2013, 12:57:34 pm
I am sorry you and your boy don't do well with natto. SInce I read your recommendation about K2, I  have been eating natto everyday, sometimes several servings. I really like it--probably because this is the only cooked food I allow myself to eat.  I am travelling in Japan this summer and I feel excited about trying different kinds of natto there.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on April 27, 2013, 10:39:29 pm
I ate raw okra for the first time today.
Bought some from our organic farmer.
I was surprised it tasted really good.
I ate 6 of them.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: jessica on April 27, 2013, 10:42:30 pm
yes! i love okra, its very tasty, in the mallow family, which grows everywhere and which all parts of the plant are edible, root, leaves and pods.  its a great mucilaginous plant, has a TON of magnesium and is delicious.  it also has beautiful flowers.  its a bitch to harvest tho, very very itchy:)  glad you had a try GS, its a very traditional food in the South East United States.  its very good pickled.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on April 27, 2013, 10:56:29 pm
yes! i love okra, its very tasty, in the mallow family, which grows everywhere and which all parts of the plant are edible, root, leaves and pods.  its a great mucilaginous plant, has a TON of magnesium and is delicious.  it also has beautiful flowers.  its a bitch to harvest tho, very very itchy:)  glad you had a try GS, its a very traditional food in the South East United States.  its very good pickled.

Do you have a pickling recipe for okra?
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on June 28, 2013, 08:25:16 am
Deer may be common in other countries... but this is the first time I ever bought a whole deer carcass... no innards, shucks. 

Cost me a lot of money P 6,000 (divide by 43 for US Dollars) and I had to drive 70 kilometers back and forth.  And I paid a butcher for home service P 500. (who has never chopped up a deer, he thought he would get it alive)

Darn small, only 10 kilos.  Too slim, didn't have fat in him. 

Chopped him up and first made sampaloc based soup for the family.

I ate bone marrow... it was bland.

The meat, carcass did not smell of anything bad. No smell.

The raw brain was good.  Was able to have my wife taste some of the brain in soup.

The cooked deer meat was good... amazing, better than goat and better than the sheep we did in the past.  More tender than beef.

The smoked deer I get comes out cheaper at 600 pesos per kilo smoked pure meat, no bones.  But then again, that wasn't raw.

Maybe I can get in the future another one from this supplier but he has to promise me at the same price but bigger, say 20 kilos for it to be worth it... and give the organs as well. 

This was a chance opportunity excess male deer from another province and they sent it to this other province for their own consumption and the guy remembered I was asking for some, so he sold me this third deer carcass.

Must request for older, bigger, fatter.

How big and how fat do your DEER get?
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: PaleoPhil on June 28, 2013, 08:33:49 am
Did the butcher give you the suet (kidney fat) and heart fat or did he throw that out?
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on June 28, 2013, 09:02:16 am
When I got the carcass it did not have any suet and heart fat and zero innards.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: PaleoPhil on June 28, 2013, 09:14:31 am
Next time ask if he can give you that. He might even give you much of it for free, because he may throw it out.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on August 27, 2013, 11:20:23 am
Last week was monsoon rains and floods all over.
Luckily we did not get flooded but it was a good time to check out our disaster food.
I experimented with 3 days of cooked food: 1 meal canned, 1 meal home cooked.
Plus on the 1st day I did a starbucks chocolate with whipped cream in a meeting with a big  client.
(i think this was the worst)

I suffered IBS symptoms without the LBM.  Inflamed intestines radiating up to the end of my anus.
I could pat myself at the butt and feel the pain radiate.

day 1: I first tried some 4 raw duck eggs.  Then the old fatty grilled pork technique.
(good progressing quenching the inflammation)

days 2,3,4 orange juice fast

and until today orange juice fast.... will probably do longer.

My body is loving this diluted orange juice fast.

It's so easy this time compared to before raw paleo.

There is no energy loss, no hunger pangs.

I got to work on my computers that needed new mirror raid and zfs technology

I got to go to yesterday's rally against the "pork barrel" chanting and walking long lengths and driving.

Then late afternoon and evening shopping.

All 3 full days while fasting.

My initial thoughts... the 5+ years of raw paleo diet seems to have pushed in a lot of nutrition in me.

Now I understand why there are stories of tribesmen waiting for something for 3 days and 3 days meant nothing to them even if they didn't eat for 3 days.

I wonder how long I can do this diluted orange juice fast...


----------------

Again my family thinks raw paleos may be the first to die in disaster scenarios.

maybe I should limit myself to 1 cooked meal a day in a disaster scenario.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on September 01, 2013, 09:03:52 am
Fasting causes rashes.
Fats melting releasing toxins to my blood.
Blood dumping toxins out my skin.
Rashes and eczema opened up.

Im doing detox protocols to keep up.
Colon cleanses.
Kidney cleanses.
Liver flushes.
Coffee enemas
Steam baths.
Foot baths.
Rebounder.

On day 10 of fast now.

My gut of fat is shrinking.

Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: bookittyrun on September 01, 2013, 11:36:42 am
Fasting causes rashes.
Fats melting releasing toxins to my blood.
Blood dumping toxins out my skin.
Rashes and eczema opened up.

Im doing detox protocols to keep up.
Colon cleanses.
Kidney cleanses.
Liver flushes.
Coffee enemas
Steam baths.
Foot baths.
Rebounder.

On day 10 of fast now.

My gut of fat is shrinking.

interesting, and i am sorry...  i've never experienced a detox rash while fasting.  if what you suggest is correct, do you feel the rashes and eczema symptoms will disappear once you've cleansed the toxins that create them?
have you tried to determine where the toxins have come from during your diet?

venison (deer) meat i think is considered more of a delicacy here...  it's a bit more expensive, and yes, very tasty (although i've never had it raw, it's been many years since i've had any).  older, more mature deer tends to be described as tough and "gamey / gamy" in flavor, i think to do with the more developed muscles and hormones of older deer?...  younger deer should be more tender and mild in flavor.

best wishes.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: cherimoya_kid on September 01, 2013, 12:15:54 pm
Edwin, sufficient fat and vitamin D generally clear up my dermatitis issues.  Are you sure your eczema isn't caused by the lack of good fats and vitamin D?  It doesn't sound like you're getting enough fat, and vitamin D doesn't work without fat.  My apologies if I'm wrong about this, it's been a long time since I read your eczema cure story.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on September 01, 2013, 01:20:41 pm
This fast flush theory is what i agree with.
Also consulted a healer and she knows about fasting and rashes.

http://www.quickfasting.com/most_important_2_know.html (http://www.quickfasting.com/most_important_2_know.html)

I used to live a toxic life of SAD and pharma drugs, steroid injections, creams, accutane, lead casting, gas station, mercury fillings.

Aajonus mentioned detoxing toxins when losing weight.  His suggestion was to gain weight. Lose weight. Gain weight lose weight.

Instinctively i'm not hungry.  Physically i'm enjoying myself with good energy.

I take at least 1 to 2 tablespoons of raw fat a day.

I take mgnesium oil on the skin, have some iodine herbals from barefoot herbalist mh, some raw molasses in my kidney cleanse avocado leaves tea.

I'm projecting this effort will end well.

Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on September 02, 2013, 05:50:36 pm
Effective this evening I will be switching to COCONUT JUICE for my fast.

Coconuts are native to my country.

Maybe it is these imported oranges that is giving me problems.

I did not have this kind of rashes in my 14 day oj fast in 2008.

Will report what happens after switching to coconut juice.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Iguana on September 02, 2013, 06:23:33 pm
What do you mean by "coconut juice"? Coconut water? It's sweet, thus it contains nutrients, unlike plain water. Drinking coconut water or orange juice is not fasting.

Normally, oranges eaten in moderate amounts within the instinctive boundaries don't cause problem, but orange juice may, as it can easily be taken in excessive amounts.

Fasting should be undertaken only in case nothing is appetizing, in principle by the smell.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on September 02, 2013, 07:27:54 pm
Thanks for the inputs and opinion Iguana.

I am now looking first at the probability of pestilence.
I just took a bath and noticed i only had rashes on my arms and legs.

Seems everything on my trunk and covered by shorts are rash free.

Put on some eucalyptus oil.

Will sleep in a different house.

My son who sleeps with me in that house has itches on his legs too.  He's sleeping in the other house.

Will proceed with pest control for the home.  We have 8 ducks and 2 turkeys.  Maybe they have something.  Or maybe it is just inside that house.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on February 12, 2014, 08:01:34 pm
I have been pigging out on pistachios.
They are shelled, I do not know if they are raw, probably not, but unsalted.
The specialty store made a pricing boo boo and put a 150 gram price tag on 1 KG packs. 
I bought 3 packs total.

First time I could afford to eat all the pistachios I want at this 85% "discount".

Finished 2 kgs already, with the help of my children... I'm starting to get sick of pistachios... for the first time ever.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Iguana on February 12, 2014, 08:40:58 pm
Beware, if they've been dried by overheating, which is likely, you may very easily eat too many.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on February 12, 2014, 09:22:51 pm
Beware, if they've been dried by overheating, which is likely, you may very easily eat too many.

They don't seem dry, they seem chewie.
Thanks!
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: van on February 13, 2014, 12:06:01 am
they will pick up moisture after drying,,
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on March 18, 2014, 10:38:04 am
I've gained weight.  Probably pigging out on those discount pistachio nuts and dried figs.  Now at 140 lbs.

Time to do a new fast again, will schedule.

In the meantime, I just started experimenting with turpentine.

Took 1/4 teaspoon in 1 tablespoon of white sugar.

Just took it more than 30 minutes ago.  Wife as witness.

Determined to do this so I can determine the safety for my wife who has candida issues.

VCO detox gets rid of candida but my wife can't do more than 1 day and the minimum of vco detox to be effective is 3 days.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on March 18, 2014, 05:00:14 pm
Duhat is in season,  bought 1 kilo BIG (120 / kilo) and 1 kilo GIGANTIC (180 / kilo) in size.

My security guard friends were happy in the bank.  And my family and maids were happy to have these very short seasoned duhat.  They will usually be in season for just a month every year and that is it.  So if you don't buy now, you may not see it next week if the window closes.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Iguana on March 18, 2014, 05:49:34 pm
GS beware, turpentine is toxic.

Quote from:  Wikipedia
As an organic solvent, its vapour can irritate the skin and eyes, damage the lungs and respiratory system, as well as the central nervous system when inhaled, and cause renal failure when ingested, among other things. Being combustible, it also poses a fire hazard. Due to the fact that turpentine can cause spasms of the airways particularly in people with asthma and whooping cough, it can contribute to a worsening of breathing issues in persons with these diseases if inhaled.

White sugar is particularly harmful too.

What is duhat? I checked and it looks like olives…  l)
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: jessica on March 18, 2014, 08:45:09 pm
GS it seems like you go to extremes all the time.  piggin out then fasting and "detoxing", why not just start moderating your diet so you don't have to? 
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: cherimoya_kid on March 20, 2014, 12:30:53 am
I've gained weight.  Probably pigging out on those discount pistachio nuts and dried figs.

You may want to be careful with the figs.  A lot of raw foodists have gotten pretty sick from eating dried fruit in even moderate amounts, including me.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Iguana on March 20, 2014, 02:05:41 am
I've no problems with figs dried at less than 40°C by myself. But it should not be eaten often nor in large amount because the instinctive barrier is very weak and late with dried fruits!
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: eveheart on March 20, 2014, 04:54:41 am
...Determined to do this so I can determine the safety for my wife who has candida issues.
VCO detox gets rid of candida but my wife can't do more than 1 day and the minimum of vco detox to be effective is 3 days.

I got rid of systemic candida with low-carb RPD. I think the goal is to create a long-term internal environment that does not allow an overgrowth of candida.

I really don't have an opinion about ingesting turpentine as medicine because I never heard of it and I don't want to know about it, but it sounds so toxic to me. I wonder what happens to your wife with a VCO detox that would make ingesting turpentine preferable to her?
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: cherimoya_kid on March 20, 2014, 08:10:11 am
I've no problems with figs dried at less than 40°C by myself. But it should not be eaten often nor in large amount because the instinctive barrier is very weak and late with dried fruits!

I think GS is eating store-bought dried figs, not home dried. 
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on April 01, 2014, 02:06:45 am
It’s 2014, Many Things Have Happened I Was Not Able to Record… Let me list down some new Knowledge

I will try to recount a whole bunch of things I’ve done and tried the past year I have not blogged. Been so busy with a big IT customer. So many discoveries with diets, herbs, nutritional deficiencies, gadgets, healing, pregnancy care and even birthing!

- See more at:
http://www.curemanual.com/2014/04/its-2014-many-things-have-happened-i-was-not-able-to-record-let-me-list-down-some-new-knowledge/ (http://www.curemanual.com/2014/04/its-2014-many-things-have-happened-i-was-not-able-to-record-let-me-list-down-some-new-knowledge/)
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: LePatron7 on April 01, 2014, 11:06:43 am
What's the black sulfur rich salt? I've looked for it in health stores but can't find anything but salt with added charcoal.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: jessica on April 01, 2014, 11:36:41 am
that's all I have ever found myself daboss, this might be of interest to you though.  I like how it notes that it is "It is also commonly found in the atmosphere above marine areas, where it is used as a carbon source by the airborne bacteria Afipia,[2] and is found distinctively in human melanoma cells.[3]"

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Methylsulfonylmethane (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Methylsulfonylmethane)

I take msm supplement along with glucosamine and chondroitin because my joints deteriorated so much with my low hormones, high cortisol and low weight, it has made a world of difference, but I think in the future all I will need is bone broth, marrow and gelatin, and eating sulfur rich foods like egg yolks and garlic.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on April 01, 2014, 02:28:55 pm
Himalayan Black Salt

http://www.nepali-children.org/# (http://www.nepali-children.org/#)!himalayan-salt/cysb

I get black salt from our local Indian grocery.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: jessica on April 02, 2014, 05:38:02 am
sweet GS, thanks for sharing.  I think I will order some, I am a salt hoarder :D

http://www.ecopolitan.com/eco-shop/products/406-himalayan-sulfur-rich-black-salt- (http://www.ecopolitan.com/eco-shop/products/406-himalayan-sulfur-rich-black-salt-)

excerpt from site

"

SULFUR: A MODERN DEFICIENCY, A SIMPLE SOLUTION

Written by Dr. Adiel Tel-Oren




Of the six main building blocks that power life on this planet - carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, phosphorus, and sulfur - sulfur has up until recently taken the back-seat in most of our minds.  This oft ignored element is a deserving recipient of increased attention, however, as it ceaselessly acts as humanity's go-to element for antioxidant behavior, detoxification, youthful appearance, and bodily locomotion.


Occupying two grams per kilogram of body weight (similar to famous potassium!), sulfur is present within every human cell and any reduction in its activity or availability can be critical.  Necessary in the processes of cellular repair and regeneration, sulfur enhances the health of all tissues and organs, and strengthens the structure of skin, hair, nails, joints, and gums. Additionally, sulfur plays a crucial role in the activities of proteins (e.g. metallothionein) and enzymes that contain sulfur-bearing amino acids, which bind heavy metals for safe removal from the body.

Although there are several other amino acids which host sulfur within their latices, it is cysteine which is necessary for the manufacturing of the mighty glutathione molecule.  Sulfur-containing glutathione is one of the most important antioxidants and detoxifying agents within human cells and its activities are necessary for optimal health.  Sulfur is also essential within what may be the most important of all detoxification pathways - the liver's sulfation pathway. Living within a highly polluted world where nearly every facet of one's life (from food, air, land, and water, to personal-care products and building materials) is increasingly contaminated with heavy metals and other toxic chemicals, activating the mechanisms for eliminating these toxins from the body by employing the use of sulfur becomes direly important. Yet the stress and pollutants modern humans endure cause a functional deficiency of this vital element. With this awareness, the desire naturally arises to incorporate more of this element into our bodies and lives.  But how?



Although methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) supplements are rising in popularity, they carries a heavy price and the psychological burden of having to take yet another supplement.  Would it not be easier to obtain the necessary supply of sulfur through the deliciously simple act of eating?  Though comparatively abundant in cruciferous vegetables (broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, kale, collard greens, etc) and allium plants (onions, garlic, chives, shallots and leeks), the domestication and hybridization of these flora, as well as the prevalence of petroleum-based agricultural methods that disrupt the natural cycling of sulfur throughout the ecosystem (excess phosphorus inhibits the plant's absorption of sulfur) have all created a situation where these foods alone can no longer supply humans with adequate sulfur supplies.  Although foods like eggs, meat and other animal products are relatively high in sulfur, their high level of methionine appears to shorten lifespan in animal studies and increase homocysteine levels - resulting in damaged blood vessels, increased risk of stroke and heart attacks, depression, and dementia.


What is needed is a source of sulfur that is eaten regularly and frequently and contains a whole array of trace elements, without providing calories and without also delivering large amounts of methionine, allergenic proteins, or heavy metals. The wholesome Himalayan Sulfur-Rich Black Salt fulfills these requirements beautifully. It would be an error, however, to surmise that other salts would offer any sulfur at detectable levels. Table salt will obviously not hold up to the test as it has been so processed that it contains only sodium chloride.  Modern sea salts also fail as they arrive from highly polluted seas that have been contaminated by agricultural, industrial and urban runoff, and their sulfur content is extremely low. Himalayan pink salt, although it is wholesome and land-mined (hence unpolluted), is harvested from sedimentary layers that lack sulfur.  The highly prized Himalayan Sulfur-Rich Black Salt - harvested from pristine layers 300 million-years old - is a delectable salt rich in both sulfur and a large variety of trace elements. Ayurvedic medicine attributes numerous healing properties to this popular black salt, which cause it to be found in most homes in Nepal, Pakistan, and Northern India, where it is used as medicine for many ailments and symptoms. In Nepal, it costs at least 3 times as much as the equally-available Himalayan pink salt, which enjoys great repute in the USA and the West despite its absent sulfur. The Himalayan Sulfur-Rich Black Salt will no-doubt be crowned "king of salts" as soon as it touches Western consciousness and taste buds...


It is important to separate the black salt crystals from the conjoining rock by hand and not by chemical or mechanical means that may contaminate the resultant salt. Also, it is crucial to avoid grinding the crystals using machines coated with lead-laced paint, since the corrosive salt will cause the lead to leach into it in significant amounts, as confirmed by sensitive laboratory tests. Lastly, it is counterproductive to expose the salt to high temperature fire ovens for 3 days, as most manufacturers admit they do - in order to improve its physical properties (for easy handling and flow) - while damaging its natural molecular structure. The ideal salt will therefore be wholesome, rich in sulfur, will contain no heavy metals and other pollutants in appreciable amounts, and will be processed without polluting machines or chemicals or high heat. Also, it should be manufactured employing fair-trade practices, without child labor or harsh conditions. Ideally, the salt should be made in a dedicated facility where no other foods (allergenic or polluted) can contaminate it.



While some may hear the word “salt” and revert to the opinion that salt is an unhealthy food, one should look to nature instead. In Nature one finds mammals traveling great distances and exerting much effort to find and extract salt from the Earth. Humans have resided for eons near seashores abundant in salt-laden sea algae that were once a staple in the human diet. This intimate association with wholesome natural salt is demonstrated by the body's ability to regulate salt levels through adrenal and renal functions, and through sweat and tears. Salt in its wholesome state is instrumental to maintaining fluid balance between the internal and external environments of our cells. Cell membranes utilize sodium, chloride, and other trace elements in the process of communication, regulation, neurological transmission of impulses, and muscular contraction. Additionally, human bodies possess specific mechanisms to keep electrolytes (sodium, chloride, and other elements) within a narrow range by utilizing specific adrenal hormones.  These hormones instruct the kidneys to either spare the sodium or excrete it into the urine. In fact, people who drink too much water or avoid salt tend to create imbalance in this regulatory hormonal system and often suffer from electrolyte deficiency in the blood, as well as symptoms of adrenal fatigue, such as dizziness, inability to handle stress, intense fatigue, headaches, fluid retention, and sleep disturbance.


I therefore encourage you to consume wholesome salt without fear - particularly the Himalayan Sulfur-Rich Black Salt, which is made by a Kathmandu factory owned by a humanitarian network of schools, orphanages, and community centers dedicated to preventing child trafficking while providing quality education and strengthening the local communities sustainably. This factory uniquely abides by all the manufacturing principles listed above, as required for a clean, unpolluted, unadulterated, truly-natural product. You will find that because of its high level of sulfur, this black crystal salt has a distinctive egg flavor, which can be very useful in the preparation of plant-based dishes. For anyone recoiling at the thought of an egg-like taste, that flavor can be eliminated with ease by simply cooking it with your meal. Utilizing either approach, just apply as you would any other salt and enjoy knowing that what has enhanced the flavor of your dish has also enhanced your wellness, vitality, and beauty, as well the lives and futures of thousands of Nepali children."
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: political atheist on August 25, 2014, 11:26:25 pm
''It is important to separate the black salt crystals from the conjoining rock by hand and not by chemical or mechanical means that may contaminate the resultant salt. Also, it is crucial to avoid grinding the crystals using machines coated with lead-laced paint, since the corrosive salt will cause the lead to leach into it in significant amounts, as confirmed by sensitive laboratory tests. Lastly, it is counterproductive to expose the salt to high temperature fire ovens for 3 days, as most manufacturers admit they do - in order to improve its physical properties (for easy handling and flow) - while damaging its natural molecular structure. The ideal salt will therefore be wholesome, rich in sulfur, will contain no heavy metals and other pollutants in appreciable amounts, and will be processed without polluting machines or chemicals or high heat. Also, it should be manufactured employing fair-trade practices, without child labor or harsh conditions. Ideally, the salt should be made in a dedicated facility where no other foods (allergenic or polluted) can contaminate it.''

where can i buy sulfur rich black himalayan salt which is made in this manner?



Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on September 30, 2014, 03:23:47 pm
I've fattened up to some 144 lbs.

(fattened with the help of some cacao nibs, dried figs, raw cheese and durian)

And just as Aajonus suggests, a good idea may be to fatten up and then reduce weight.

So here I am again trying a diluted orange juice fast.

I started yesterday. But prior to that I had 30 ml of castor oil to cleanse my colon.

The fat I am using with this diluted orange juice fast are yolks from raw duck eggs.  I may take 3 yolks total for the entire day.

I got some Australian oranges from the supermarket, my kids say they taste good.

And I'm taking some black salt a few pinches here and there.

Initially I will do 3 days.  This is my 2nd day.

If I feel like it, I may extend to 14 days.

It depends if I can find more yummy durian, the past market buys have been crappy durian.

I will probably adjust my diet later on to not be so fattening and target 130 to 135 lbs.

I am just 5' 5" for your reference.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Brad462 on October 01, 2014, 01:05:36 am
I think I need to do a fast also.  I have been feeling horrible since my colonoscopy earlier this month...happy fasting!
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: political atheist on October 01, 2014, 02:43:14 am
I've fattened up to some 144 lbs.

(fattened with the help of some cacao nibs, dried figs, raw cheese and durian)

And just as Aajonus suggests, a good idea may be to fatten up and then reduce weight.

So here I am again trying a diluted orange juice fast.

I started yesterday. But prior to that I had 30 ml of castor oil to cleanse my colon.

The fat I am using with this diluted orange juice fast are yolks from raw duck eggs.  I may take 3 yolks total for the entire day.

I got some Australian oranges from the supermarket, my kids say they taste good.

And I'm taking some black salt a few pinches here and there.

Initially I will do 3 days.  This is my 2nd day.

If I feel like it, I may extend to 14 days.

It depends if I can find more yummy durian, the past market buys have been crappy durian.

I will probably adjust my diet later on to not be so fattening and target 130 to 135 lbs.

I am just 5' 5" for your reference.

why  not a vco detox? for 7 days? that will burn some fat mass off...
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on October 01, 2014, 02:56:56 am
VCO detox I view as something drastic to only be used when one has candida / yeast issues.

While I see diluted orange juice fast as a break from all the eating, rest my digestive system, heal my digestive system, and more.

I noticed I was not hungry for 2 days.  May mean I'm fully nourished... and fat.

I just took some castor oil again to clean up... went out fast.

Next days I will just do warm water enemas in the evenings if I don't poop the entire day, seems I don't need castor oil to clean up.

Barefoot Herbalist MH says it is important to poop daily while fasting so you do need to remove the old red blood cells that do not have enough bulk to poop them out, he suggests warm water.

Notice I have modified his formula by adding black salt and switching to egg yolks for fat instead of soy lecithin (which I disagree with).

I'm not in a hurry to lose weight.  These past years I have comfortably swung up and down 10 to 15 pounds at will.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: political atheist on October 29, 2014, 03:53:30 pm
VCO detox I view as something drastic to only be used when one has candida / yeast issues.

While I see diluted orange juice fast as a break from all the eating, rest my digestive system, heal my digestive system, and more.

I noticed I was not hungry for 2 days.  May mean I'm fully nourished... and fat.

I just took some castor oil again to clean up... went out fast.

Next days I will just do warm water enemas in the evenings if I don't poop the entire day, seems I don't need castor oil to clean up.

Barefoot Herbalist MH says it is important to poop daily while fasting so you do need to remove the old red blood cells that do not have enough bulk to poop them out, he suggests warm water.

Notice I have modified his formula by adding black salt and switching to egg yolks for fat instead of soy lecithin (which I disagree with).

I'm not in a hurry to lose weight.  These past years I have comfortably swung up and down 10 to 15 pounds at will.

in your curemanual.com article you wrote that this VCO detox heals leaky gut as well...

AV said once that all detox protocols miss unsalted raw cheese(1/4- 1 tsp.) ingested every 30 - 60 minutes to reduce nausea by 90%...

do you think it would be a good idea to eat 1/4- 1 tsp. of cheese every 30- 60 minutes during the VCO detox to reduce the detox side effects(nausea, headaches, stomach/intestinal cramps etc.)?

also what about drinking some coconut water from young coconuts instead of the salted lemon juice water ?
coconut water got 50% LESS sugar, full of minerals, antioxidants, and got the same anti-bacterial/fungal/microbial/vermifuge effects as the coconut oil...

wouldnt be a good idea to drink coconut water as a rehydration drink, as a elctrolyte/ mineral supplement during the VCO detox?
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on October 29, 2014, 04:36:47 pm
I would suggest you do the VCO detox pure, as suggested by the primary author.

When you are adept at it after several tries, you may want to modify and experiment to see for yourself.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: eveheart on October 29, 2014, 09:56:04 pm
AV said once that all detox protocols miss unsalted raw cheese(1/4- 1 tsp.) ingested every 30 - 60 minutes to reduce nausea by 90%... do you think it would be a good idea to eat 1/4- 1 tsp. of cheese every 30- 60 minutes during the VCO detox to reduce the detox side effects(nausea, headaches, stomach/intestinal cramps etc.)?

Perhaps you are anticipating too much in the way of detox side effects. I've done several styles of detox protocols for various lengths of time and never gotten too uncomfortable. OTOH, I have had a detox buddy who followed the same regimen that I did and she broke out in blisters all over her back. What I mean to say is that detox experiences are so highly personal that you can't generalize from one person to the next. If you did the VCO detox and found yourself nauseous, then try cheese (or anything else) next time. Personally, I modify the GS's curemanual protocol by using half the lemon juice, and I dilute it with twice as much water, otherwise my stomach feels like I've had too much lemon juice (nauseous, but not from the detox itself, just from too much lemon juice). All the coconut oil gives me loose stools, but not diarrhea. Sometimes I get a mild headache for a few minutes.

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also what about drinking some coconut water from young coconuts instead of the salted lemon juice water ? coconut water got 50% LESS sugar, full of minerals, antioxidants, and got the same anti-bacterial/fungal/microbial/vermifuge effects as the coconut oil...
wouldnt be a good idea to drink coconut water as a rehydration drink, as a elctrolyte/ mineral supplement during the VCO detox?

How long do you plan to use the VCO detox? A cup of coconut water has twice the carbs compared to the juice of one lemon... BUT we're talking about 10 g. vs. 5 g. - still ultra-low in terms of daily intake on this detox protocol. As a fast, two days without all your minerals and antioxidants isn't going to harm you. Do use the salt.

Coming off a two day fast like this one probably won't be traumatic. (And if it is very uncomfortable, chalk it up to experience for next time.)

I say: Be the guinea pig! Experiment! I find that this 2-day VCO detox does eliminate a lot of leaky gut symptoms quickly, and you will continue to improve anyway with the right selection of raw foods. Eating correctly after you have already become ill is different from being raised on the right foods and never getting sick. You have to eat therapeutically, and only you can find out what that means for you.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on January 09, 2015, 10:17:13 am
Lengthy cold been more than a week, consuming lots of toilet paper rolls.
Must be "something" going around this new year.  Lots of people have this.
First time for me to get a cold this bad and this long after more than 6 years.
Interesting...

(May have something to do with Christmas socials and my experiments with wine and raw cheese and chocolates... I've had to stop all that and go back to basic raw paleo.)

This is my 2nd morning to do an egg yolk liver flush and drink coconut juice all day.

Will do a 3rd egg yolk liver flush tomorrow.

And will continue with coconut juice and some meat mono fasting diet for a few more days.

I also want to lose weight and my waist line... I do not want to buy too many new pants.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: JeuneKoq on January 09, 2015, 06:35:28 pm
(May have something to do with Christmas socials and my experiments with wine and raw cheese and chocolates... I've had to stop all that and go back to basic raw paleo.)
Wine shouldn't be too much of a problem, unless it contains important amounts of sulfites.

I've heard many times that cheese and dairy increases the production of mucus in you body, since the latter is likely trying to get rid of it, hence the runny nose etc...

Chocolate is basically a drug, like coffee and refined sugar. From my own experience when I ate some even 6 hours before going to bed I still felt over-hyped and had difficulties falling asleep.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2206310/Chocolate-create-high-opium-Links-obese-people-drug-addicts.html (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2206310/Chocolate-create-high-opium-Links-obese-people-drug-addicts.html)
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: political atheist on January 09, 2015, 10:53:45 pm
how about adding kefir to the each 2 tblsp. dose of VCO during a VCO detox, like Fife suggested, 1/4 cup kefir to 2 tblsp. VCO. ANd adding some ghee or butter for the butyric acid.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on January 13, 2015, 01:14:32 pm
Seems there were some kinds of germs going around that also infected my kids and my wife.
Seems the best medicine we  did was to slice a plate full of raw onions and raw garlic to absorb the germs in the air in each bed room.
I even wore a half an onion necklace and gave the other half to my wife.
In 1 day my wife healed enough to get on with her out of town trip.

Thank you to my vein and tendon healer Beth Pantilone for reminding me! :)
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on March 24, 2015, 04:56:45 pm
After a few weeks hacking away at these symptoms of ring worms, it seems that I did develop a case of candida from my cheese - wine - chocolate - nuts experiments.

All the anti fungal protocols and diet changes are working.

VCO detox in the past only 1.5 days at a time.

It is time I did a 3 day vco detox or longer and get rid of this once and for all...

Now I understand better why low carb works for many people... it keeps the fungus / candida at bay.

Seems Hulda Clark was correct about being absolutely anal against fungus.

There must be something in our environment because my children also had ring worms on their feet and they benefited from the stuff I do... just vinegar soaks and a generic ointment, some tea tree oil did it for them.

My mother in law also had ringworm / fungus around her neck, same ointment... whitefield ointment got it out.

Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: jessica on March 25, 2015, 05:41:35 am
After a few weeks hacking away at these symptoms of ring worms, it seems that I did develop a case of candida from my cheese - wine - chocolate - nuts experiments.

LOL, GS was this really an "experiment"...
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on March 25, 2015, 07:51:28 am
LOL, GS was this really an "experiment"...

Yes, measurable. 

I have to go out of my way, drive out, to buy all of those things. (high quality imported cheese, french red wine, high quality chocolates, high quality nuts)

Most people look at it as indulgence.

They are quite expensive too.

My mother in law berates me why I have to eat sooo much of a certain kind of food.  And I tell her I have to find out if what they claim about it being healthy is true.

--------

Past 2 days I had been feeding my 2nd boy big eye raw tuna... he says it is effective at getting rid of the asthma he has been having.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: eveheart on March 25, 2015, 08:54:59 am
I have to go out of my way, drive out, to buy all of those things. (high quality imported cheese, french red wine, high quality chocolates, high quality nuts)

I don't buy regular candy or chocolate for my grandchildren, but I do have two incredible recipes with raw cacao powder and other raw ingredients. One is chocolate ice cream (with butter, coconut oil, egg yolks), the other is a chocolate bar (with coconut oil and "stiffened" with raw potato starch powder). I use a secret sweetener (LOL, it's not paleo, but it's not sugar). The grandkids usually ask for nuts when they come over.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Business: Email Server Provider - Make Money Referring
Post by: goodsamaritan on March 25, 2015, 11:03:08 am
I am launching a new segment of my business:

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I provide dedicated server email services for companies with hundreds of emails needed.  Includes email archiving and more.  Cheaper than the cloud.

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You might know companies who are big enough to need these services.  But does not want to spend for IT personnel.

I have enough margin for monthly referral commissions to you my friends here. $100-$200/month.

Pricing is in Philippine Pesos where $ 1 USD = P 45 roughly.

Price list: http://emailserverprovider.com/pricing/ (http://emailserverprovider.com/pricing/)


Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: Satya on August 28, 2015, 08:59:24 am
I have to go out of my way, drive out, to buy all of those things. (high quality imported cheese, french red wine, high quality chocolates, high quality nuts)

Totally my kind of experiment!

Also, your new business venture may prove to be good long term.  Many US companies are outsourcing IT to 3rd party vendors now.  Only very big dinosaur companies have IT within...unless they are very sensitive about security, or are not progressive.

How is your family doing?  I am hoping all are doing well.
Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on April 25, 2016, 06:06:29 pm
I've started an orange juice fast beginning today 2016-04-25

I feel like I want to do this for 2 weeks, let's see how long I really want to go on this.

I bought a box of sunkist oranges from the whole sale market.

And the water I'm using comes from the water store but I have a gadget that I shake the water in to improve the water quality.

I also have some raw duck eggs when I feel the instinct to eat and hungry, maybe not more than 2 raw eggs a day.

I'm also still taking some colostrum.

And trying out the organic sulfur.


Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on September 23, 2019, 11:37:53 pm
I had slid down to cooked paleo diet in 2016-2017 to cure a fungus mold infection, recipe, technique from Bervin Jackson https://www.bervinj.com/ , hats off to you, it worked.
I learned from that technique and proceeded to do a quick cure of my friend with stage 3 bone cancer combining raw paleo and Bervin Jackson's techniques with italian seasoning and turpentine.
Have a new 1 year old.
Got a divorce, started dating again, got new young wife. (yes, I'm considered a handsome, provider good catch here with Pick Up Artist skills)
Gained weight... and I don't feel like superman anymore.

I just turned 50.
I want a new batch of children.
And of course I want to raise them even better this time.
So I need strength and youth and what better way do I know than going back to raw paleo diet.
Did it for 8 wonderful years until that darn fungus mold thing hit (we moved homes to avoid the source).

So I started today with a diluted orange juice fast, raw duck eggs on stand by in case I get hungry.
I don't know how long this fast will take.
I then plan to just do wai diet first to lose some weight.
Then add red meat when I feel like it.

I'm now some 155 lbs.
I'd rather be some 135 lbs.
And I'd like to feel like superman again... business is good.
I'm teaching my teenage boys basic pick up skills and I would like to personally be out there with them.

Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: goodsamaritan on October 04, 2019, 11:28:10 am
Going back to fully raw in 2019 is a BREEZE. 
I'm home, I'm happy, I'm satisfied.
Everything is easy because the knowledge and resources and supplies are all there.
I'd figured this out many years ago and everything is delicious.
It's durian season, so good.
I have my source of grass fed raw milk.
I can get raw butter, raw cheeses.
I know where to get my seafood, my red meat.
There is zero learning curve.
I have my maid / help / nanny to help me.
I'm not pressured to go out on dates and have to eat cooked food on dates.

Now that I know my health is assured...
... I can concentrate on new business.
... I found Dan Pena... high performance business... found a new goal for the next 50 years.
... I achieved lifestyle small business... great... big business lifestyle seems interesting... be able to achieve more... be able to teach my kids more.

Title: Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
Post by: RawFoodist on June 28, 2020, 10:16:28 pm
I had slid down to cooked paleo diet in 2016-2017 to cure a fungus mold infection, recipe, technique from Bervin Jackson https://www.bervinj.com/ , hats off to you, it worked.
I learned from that technique and proceeded to do a quick cure of my friend with stage 3 bone cancer combining raw paleo and Bervin Jackson's techniques with italian seasoning and turpentine.
Have a new 1 year old.
Got a divorce, started dating again, got new young wife. (yes, I'm considered a handsome, provider good catch here with Pick Up Artist skills)
Gained weight... and I don't feel like superman anymore.

I just turned 50.
I want a new batch of children.
And of course I want to raise them even better this time.
So I need strength and youth and what better way do I know than going back to raw paleo diet.
Did it for 8 wonderful years until that darn fungus mold thing hit (we moved homes to avoid the source).

So I started today with a diluted orange juice fast, raw duck eggs on stand by in case I get hungry.
I don't know how long this fast will take.
I then plan to just do wai diet first to lose some weight.
Then add red meat when I feel like it.

I'm now some 155 lbs.
I'd rather be some 135 lbs.
And I'd like to feel like superman again... business is good.
I'm teaching my teenage boys basic pick up skills and I would like to personally be out there with them.

For colon cleanse, which one is best: castor oil, magnesium oxide+lemon juice,  Dr. Tam’s Miracle tea?