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Off Topic / Project Veritas hidden camera video
« on: October 06, 2021, 03:25:45 pm »
This is a video by Project Veritas:

It features Pfizer scientists interviewed on hidden camera.
Not sure how long this video will be up.
Just thought some of you might be interested in it.

Personals / Re: What happened to Tyler Durden?
« on: October 05, 2021, 12:03:02 pm »
@kingsalmon We realize all those things and are still concerned. Tyler posted here very frequently, so for him to suddenly drop off the map is unusual behavior and concerning. Yes, in your case you don't post frequently and don't consider us your friends, so if you left it would not set off alarms or concern here.

Sounds good.Good luck on your search.

Personals / Re: What happened to Tyler Durden?
« on: October 01, 2021, 02:49:06 am »
@kingsalmon. There is private messaging on this website. We wouldn't post anything publicly. But your attitude is noted - if you go missing, no one will try to contact you or care about your whereabouts. Some friend.

I've only been in contact with one member outside of this site,I have his personal email and know the city he lives in.Even with that,I don't consider that we are on a "friend" basis.We just liked to share experiences and information.
So,if you were really a friend of Geoff's,you would have,at least,some contact info.
My point is that perhaps he doesn't want to be bothered.Ever consider that?
I don't mind if you don't look for me if I go missing.Chances are that you wouldn't even notice,as I'm not a big contributor here. :)
The diet world has changed quite a bit since this site was more popular years ago.Also,with media platform changes/evolution,a lot of members have just moved on.
For example,a lot of meat based dieters are now listening to channels by Shawn Baker,Judy Cho, and Brian Sanders who regularly feature videos,podcasts,interviews...etc
Then there are the myriad of Keto/Low Carb channels who weren't at all popular years ago.
So,no need to feel so worried if someone doesn't post here anymore.
I'm still here occasionally as I appreciate the raw aspect of this forum.
Anyway,that's my take.

Personals / Re: What happened to Tyler Durden?
« on: September 30, 2021, 09:06:53 am »
Edwin had posted his name and email address for people to contact him.
Then,people complained that this was an invasion of privacy.So Edwin deleted the info.

Now,you guys want to start that again?
How about just leave the guy alone? If he wants to contact people,leave it up to him.

Health / Re: How to Cure Erectile Dysfunction
« on: July 23, 2021, 12:19:23 am »
Hey Edwin,
    Why are you allowing these commercial posts? Aloe drinks with weight loss claims,and now this ad for a pharmacy?
This forum has lost it's focus.
I guess the raw crowd has dwindled down to ultra small numbers.
It seems that both the carnivore and keto crowd are more interested in cooked foods these days.
Even a lot of vegans are into cooked foods.
Also,I don't see anyone out there interested in the Wai Diet,hardly anyone in Raw Weston Price or Instincto Diets.
Maybe it's time to redesign this forum as relevancy seems to be an issue.
Anyway,just my 2 cents.Good luck with whatever you decide.

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: April 15, 2021, 09:32:37 am »
Ive made the news again, but this time it was for my mission work to free humanity from the creeping Tyranny of the Covid 19 Plandemic. In the depths of my throwback soul,  I was only doing what I thought was right to warn the people of my community.
Those who know me here and know my heart, please pray that justice be done and that I get a fair chance to make my voice heard. We are all being bombarded by an ocean of lies, constantly threatened with both biological and psychological warfare under the false flag of a corona virus. It has driven me to do what I did, and my only regret is getting caught.

Im in for the fight of my life and am reaching out to the community for moral support and sage advice going forward.

Just claim "Peaceful Protest" like the ones who got away scott free whilst causing much more serious damage.

This was a pretty good video. Thanks for sharing it. I have been experimenting with carnivore since the start of the year, and definitely find benefits. I have abided by it over 2-3 stretches in the past, but have never tried pushing beyond that.

Yeah,it's hard to stick to long term as we have so many available foods to us in the "modern" world.
Too many distractions:) You kinda have to be dead serious about it.
I also notice that some carnivore eaters wind up adding something back in at a certain point.For whatever reason they may have.
Similar to how some vegans wind up adding something back in as well after a certain point.

Is there no one fully raw animal foods on here?

There used to be some in the Zero Carb section.A lot of people either haven't posted in a long time,or don't post anymore.
Having said that,You will find some AV followers pop up here and there.
The more recent raw animal/carnivore types don't seem to appear on this forum.For example,Frank Tufano who has his own thing going.

Explain how cooking meat should be bad for sickly people who don't even produce enough juices to breakdown the meat?

This is a "Raw" forum.
If you do a search,you could find tons of info on this.
But if you're happy cooking/heating your food,that's fine.There are plenty of forums such as Keto,Zero Carb,Paleo...etc where you could find others that share similar views.

General Discussion / Re: Local Spring or Re-mineralized distilled water?
« on: October 23, 2020, 05:06:19 pm »
I'm a fan of distilled water.
I've discussed this previously in a fasting thread.
The argument comparing distilled vs spring or mineralized type water has been beat to death many times over already.So I won't waste my time going over the benefits of distilled water vs______(insert whatever other type of water here).
Having said that,I wouldn't have a problem with drinking some(not all)water that occurs naturally in nature: e.g. Rain water (distilled),Spring water (from clean flowing creeks...etc..).Obviously,Sea water would be out of the question,even though it's "natural".
Not a fan of water that has had anything added to it.It kind of reminds me of the old days when I used to eat "fortified" cereal l) Basically a joke as far as nutrition goes.

General Discussion / Re: Fasting
« on: July 13, 2020, 05:55:57 pm »
Do you add anything to distilled water?

Fasting is more about subtracting than adding.A lot of folks in the health movement seem to always want to add some "secret ingredient" to benefit their health:)
For example,health food store shelves are full of "detox" type of concoctions.None of which are any better than good old fasting IMHO.
With respect to fasting,less is more.But yeah,you can add lemon,as mentioned in my earlier post.
But other than taste,lemon won't be of any more benefit during a fast.Also,as I previously stated,you can experiment with prune juice(one day only-for elimination) after a week or two of fasting.

p.s. There also exists other type of protocols like the 3 day coconut oil "fast" for different purposes..etc...
       But that's another story for another day :)

General Discussion / Re: Fasting
« on: July 12, 2020, 01:32:16 pm »
Do you think that reverse osmosis water is also as good as the distilled water?

Close enough.Distilled is more like rain water so,to me,it seems more "natural".
I remember when I was in the Philippines,the owner of the house had a big open tank on the roof.They were able to catch free good quality water from the sky:)

p.s. You can make an argument that the water would pick up particulates from the air,but whatever,it's hard to find "perfect" water anywhere.

General Discussion / Re: Fasting
« on: July 11, 2020, 01:26:13 am »
Yeah, this forum is pretty dead. 1000s of members, zero opinions, thoughts, experiences, inputs etc...
Maybe people have now gravitated toward some of the myriad of new YouTube "gurus" out there? Especially the channels that feature "doctors" with lots of content.And also the channels that feature live chat,interviews....etc...
In addition,it seems some people need some type of "leader" to follow.Be it a "Guru","Doctor",or whatever popular figure of the day.
Lastly,maybe some members have said/heard it all by now :) And perhaps this forum hasn't attracted any new members due to reasons listed above.

General Discussion / Re: Fasting
« on: July 09, 2020, 01:41:33 pm »
A long time ago,I fasted based on the writings of Herbert Shelton(old school).Got good results,but it took planning as I did long term fasts.
Now,I do occasional shorter term (3-4 days) fasts.I don't have the time to do long fasts anymore.But I still get benefits from the shorter fasts,as my diet is much better than in was in the past.
I'm a fan of using distilled water as opposed to using concoctions like tea,coffee...etc.
I have experimented with adding a little MCT oil here and there,as well as adding some lemon in my water just for the heck of it.One experiment that was interesting was drinking a few glasses of prune juice after about a week of fasting.Whoa.....I recommend that one.Try it and see for yourself:)

P.s. If any of you disagree with using distilled water,that's fine.But don't bother trying to dissuade me from using it,as I've heard every side of the argument many times already.Thanks.

General Discussion / Re: Iron overload on raw meat diet
« on: June 16, 2020, 08:17:10 am »
But I generally stay away from cocoa powder, which is never raw btw. I prefer 100 % dark fatty chocolate, which consists of cocoa mass (around 50% cacao and 50% fat) + fat only. Another thing to consider is that chocolate is always produced by roasting the beans (that´s how it´s traditionally made anyway). There is one exception of a brand that makes unroasted "raw" chocolate, but thats a super exception.

I would also be careful not to mix honey (high carbs) and fat together, it can cause issues.

I use both raw cacao powder and regular cocoa(not raw)powder.Two different things.Two different tastes...etc.
I'm not a stickler for 100% raw,especially when it's only a teaspoon or so.
Do you use "baker's chocolate" for your fatty dark chocolate?
I've used baker's chocolate before and found kind of too hard,and it didn't mix well with my coconut milk concoction:)
In terms of honey,I don't use it at all anymore,so it's all good.

General Discussion / Re: Iron overload on raw meat diet
« on: June 15, 2020, 03:23:12 am »
"I was looking for an alternative fat option aside of animal fats, because I stopped consuming raw dairy which caused way too many issues. I found my substitute in raw coconut cream and fatty dark chocolate in small amounts. I experienced that animal fats, avocados, olives and nuts sometimes won´t cut it, I think the reason for that is that coconut fat does not need HCI to be digested, so if you have issues with HCI production, for whatever reason (candida, h.pylori...), coconut fat can be your saviour."

That's cool.Fatty dark chocolate is a new one on me though :)
I mix my coconut milk/cream with raw cacao or cocoa powder(just because i like it).
Taste great,feels good,healthy(in my experience anyway)what else can you ask for? ;)

Note:I was using raw honey for a while with coconut milk/cream,but the fructose was doing a number on me,so I terminated that experiment.

I thought that this interview with Robert Kennedy Jr on vaccines,Fauci,Gates,5G was compelling:

Health / Re: Prostate Problems All Cured with RPD?
« on: February 20, 2011, 02:48:43 pm »
can we remove the picture?
No sense in riling up this non issue.

picture? If you mean the study I posted,sure,no big deal.It's not RPD anyway.It just related to what Lex and I were discussing.
However,there's a certain poster who always seems to have snotty immature remarks to say on what I post.I don't have a beef with anyone here.It seems this poster enjoys posting immature comments and images.I'd rather discuss things with adults to be honest.It's up to you guys as to how you want to run the place.

Health / Re: Prostate Problems All Cured with RPD?
« on: February 20, 2011, 02:37:11 pm »
No one asked...
I will voice my opinion regardless of whether or not you want it. kthxbye

ok Ritalin kid.I guess you need the attention.

Health / Re: Prostate Problems All Cured with RPD?
« on: February 19, 2011, 02:58:37 pm »
As the former "ritalin kid" in the room,
I would have to say that a study done by a group of doctors is worthless to me.
Drugs are bad mkay

That's ok.I wasn't talking to you.My post was addressed to Lex.

Hot Topics / Re: Blood an important food source we are missing.
« on: February 18, 2011, 05:27:40 pm »
I like bloody juicy red meats also.I think that's why the white meats like chicken aren't as satisfying.for me anyway.I do like lamb though because of the nice fat taste/content.Even when I ate cooked food,I liked my meats bloody and/or greasy.
For example,cooked chicken breast is so dry,it's ridiculous.No wonder sad eaters smear a ton of mayonnaise on it ;D

Health / Re: Prostate Problems All Cured with RPD?
« on: February 18, 2011, 04:33:45 pm »
Lex,found a study you might find interesting:

General Discussion / Re: Feeling and looking a bit seedy
« on: February 18, 2011, 04:11:00 pm »
All I can do is share what helped me. I am guessing you have low energy/fatigue and skin problems?

I'd been on Raw Paleo for about 2 months. I also had a period of time which was around 3 weeks long where almost all of my problems vanished but soon returned and seemed to get worse, even with experimenting with different ratios of meat and fat and such. Then, I realized basically all of my problems were related to my chronically low testosterone. When I started working on boosting my testosterone and minimizing any estrogen intake or exposure in any and every way possible besides using steroids, things went great once again (no more acne after years of suffering from severe, cystic acne and sometimes no fatigue at all). My hormones are still a bit shaken up and some days are much better than others, though. During this time I've also been doing lots of raw dairy and almost no meat as well (my meat order has been held back for at least 2 weeks due to being short of some things). Now, I don't know where your current testosterone levels are at, but I am sure they could use a good boost in any natural way possible..

Interesting, but how do you control hormone levels?Are you using supplements or herbs?

Health / Re: Prostate Problems All Cured with RPD?
« on: February 17, 2011, 05:38:11 pm »
I suffer from an enlarged prostate.  The condition became a problem before I started RPD. It is a condition that takes many years to develop and it can go without any symptoms for 30 years or more.

Since I started RPD, many issues improved almost immediately, however, there has been little or no change to my prostate condition.  It hasn't gotten any better, but it hasn't gotten any worse either. I'm happy with this result.  It was predicted that by now I'd be on very high levels of medication or possibly require surgery.  At this point I'm on a low dose of Doxazosin (2 mg/day) and this is the only medication I take.  The dose hasn't increased in almost 10 years.

Wish I could get off the meds but when I do, I retain some urine and then become subject to urinary tract infections.  The small cost and inconvenience for taking the daily meds is a small trade-off for avoiding UTI's.  

This appears to be one of those problems that might be avoided if I had started RPD early in life, but is difficult to cure once you have it.  It could be that since it takes so many years to develop, it will take many years on RPD to mitigate the problem - if at all.  Sort of like loosing your hair.  Once you've become bald, many of the follicles die and it is impossible to restore a full head of hair.


  Is this drug similar to Proscar? Proscar/finasteride is supposed to be good for the prostate and hair as well.

Health / Re: Qs re Candida and leaky gut-
« on: February 16, 2011, 01:14:16 pm »
I posted this link earlier:

This doctor is a specialist in candida and has a 10 part video series.Hope it helps.

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