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Hot Topics / Re: Fruitarian testimony
« on: September 15, 2018, 01:08:16 am »
lets see what happens to their health in another three years.  But, gotta love those durians!

General Discussion / Re: Pork - Good or Bad?
« on: September 15, 2018, 01:02:46 am »
my guess is that it's salted enough to kill parasites. 

Health / Re: Should i be scared of hiv?
« on: September 13, 2018, 01:40:23 pm »
smell is a very powerful litmus gauge.  Dogs demonstrate it all the time. But simply put, if 'it' doesn't smell good, it probably isn't. And for me if it doesn't smell good, my drive is shut down like a faucet.

General Discussion / Re: Fermented Coconut
« on: September 13, 2018, 01:38:02 pm »
interesting, maybe you had a large die off of some of your normal bacteria.  I think something happens to that effect when people go zero carb, as the carb eating bacteria starve to death in huge numbers.   Just a guess though.

General Discussion / Re: Fermented Coconut
« on: September 13, 2018, 10:31:50 am »
Is it sold only as a refrigerated product with a short expiration date, or have they pasteurized it ?

Journals / Re: Pagangoyims Journal
« on: September 13, 2018, 10:28:30 am »
Both fish and chicken are considered white meats. 
As far as fully unheated honey, the body can handle quite alot of that stuff without causing crashes, or tooth/gum sensitivity and I have found that honey needs to be eaten instincto.  I may have 8 tbsp or more one day and then only 2-5 or none another.

I calculated how much honey Ajanous ate daily based on one of the conversations he had in we want to live and it comes to 5 tbsp daily.

 I think if you look closely at what AV ate day to day, I believe you'd notice he didn't source out much animal fat,, besides butter which he ate with honey.    You can look at this combination two ways.  One, that it was healthy for him. Or two, that he had a little bit of an addiction ( one of my favorite TASTING combos ) and might have been better off health wise without mixing sugar and fat and simply including more animal fats in his diet to fuel his energy needs.  He wrote he always traveled with this mixture.  And he traveled quite a bit. Again,  the danger of thinking everything he says is Gospel.

General Discussion / Re: Is variety important?
« on: September 13, 2018, 10:17:04 am »
Salt may be a poison for You.

Journals / Re: Pagangoyims Journal
« on: September 04, 2018, 10:34:56 pm »
many don't consider him a genius, but more of someone who did what it took to garnish clients.  he hasn't written a bible. try finding your own way and see what your body responds to.  For instance many can not tolerate milk.  Hence, an example of how a bible doesn't work for everyone.   

Off Topic / Re: Scientist claims treatment enables people to live to 150
« on: September 03, 2018, 09:55:23 am »
Not yet, he's fishing for investors for a start-up.  these type of claims come out several times  a year with various researchers.  I've seen a doc. that describes how they fund their work, and how they all believe they have the solution.  Let's see if in two years what comes out of it.

Off Topic / Re: Scientist claims treatment enables people to live to 150
« on: September 02, 2018, 12:37:52 pm »
HUGE pharma business opportunity here.  Doubt it will sell for the price of a cup of coffee, unless there's no patent.   More like the cost of any other life extension drug, like statins, or aids drugs, or chemo...   

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: September 02, 2018, 12:32:48 pm »
it should be interesting,, that Sean had a calcium scan ( most predictable test for indicating heart disease/attacks.  He's holding the results so that the german group can be the first to publish it.  They may have paid for the scan, as it was done when they were filming.   If it comes back with low ca. that should open up some eyes for those who think that only meat will give you a heart attack.  But I suppose they'll just switch their predictions to Cancer instead...

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: August 29, 2018, 07:55:13 am »
I just read where the cramping and racing heart with zero carbers can be from the kidney's excreting salt to such a point that to protect certain systems eventually the body will excrete potassium instead of sodium, and that's where the problem may lie. You might try as I am doing now of not worrying about salt intake and see if then the cramps and your heart beats per minute slow down.   New info. for me, so I can offer what I read recently. 

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: August 29, 2018, 07:51:38 am »
good summary. a few more examples, if you will.  I practiced instincto for some years.  Had yearly coaching on my trips to France years ago for five years in a row.  Have to admit I had so many ideas in my head that my intincto qualities were slow to develop.  And having said that, I now carry an idea and experience that fruit and or sugar in any form, no matter how good it smells, or makes me salivate (  instinctual clues ) is not good for my body.  I'm sure there are those out there that will say I just didn't heal my insulin resistance  with correct Instincto practices for long enough,,etc.. but from what I have experienced to date with having spent the last ten years or more in very low carb,  I will say that accumulated 'mental' information has rebuilt my health far more than following instincto practices, especially where the first meal of the day starts off with as much fruit as one instinctually desires..
   And thus this one example shows where at least I dug in and used the internet to connect with those other 'experts' in the world who had other knowledge about ( in this case ) using fat as fuel as opposed to sugar.
   It took me five years to finally eat raw meat ( I had no problem with raw fish due to sushi bars in the US ).  But I can remember at Montrame Castle  Instincto headquarters, watching a woman ( who was there healing herself from cancer ) eat a whole plate of raw beef fat.  I can remember how disgusted I felt.  Classic example of social conditioning.  And ironically now, I consider myself a connesiour of fat of all kinds.    And then throw in the current adopted belief borrowed from Ron Rosedale that everyone has diabetes or insulin resistance to some level and that over time depending on the ratio of carbs to fat ingested, that resistance will increase, lessen or stay the same.  But do I know that for sure? No.  And might I for some reason reverse my thinking, maybe?   
   And it is this example that I offer the notion that our beliefs come with some baggage and often are carefully guarded. 

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: August 29, 2018, 02:18:36 am »
I was referring more to our individual egos, yours, mine, his, as believing that we all think, at present time, that we have found the ideal diet. That ideal diet is something most of us think that others would benefit from also. Hence, Vegans, paleo folks, raw paleo, carnivores..   I can remember what a jerk I was when I first went raw vegan in the seventies.  Must have drove my parents up a wall with my ridiculous claims, and preaching to them to do the same.  It's no different here, with all of us giving opinions and advice.  Yes, we all have good intentions, but it also comes with a belief system.  Just look how many times each of us thinks one way or eating is good, and then six months later, we've adopted another belief.  Tristan is no different. He appears to have many of his own.

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: August 28, 2018, 02:03:53 pm »
you also might slide into a conversation about how our egos want to believe that 'we' have figured out the superior diet.  We all have it, completely evident on all forums.  Any thing that 'we' invest as much time and energy in, it's natural we want to believe 'we' got it right.

General Discussion / Re: Sv3rige Meeting Interviews Series
« on: August 28, 2018, 06:27:45 am »
good interviewing.  let us know should you interview others with long history of 'raw meat eating'.  As it's always so interesting to see how others evolve over the years eating this way.

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: August 25, 2018, 03:30:35 am »
Tyler seems to have the handle on all the heat created toxin studies.  Maybe ask him to send you the most succinct to share on pod cast.  If so, would be good to have links available for host to post after talk. 

General Discussion / Re: Ground beef.. (dry age or freeze it?)
« on: August 24, 2018, 06:52:38 am »
it tastes like mush in my mouth. But then some people like oatmeal.   I don't use plastic.  A large glass bowl with lid will work fine.  Maybe forget the lid and cover with cotton cloth, changing it out every couple of days.  Point is it sounds like you're worried about getting contaminants from the other foodstuffs in the fridge.  cloth cover would work then.    Are you sure you just don't to buy a small mini fridge to keep your meat in>

General Discussion / Re: Ground beef.. (dry age or freeze it?)
« on: August 24, 2018, 03:12:15 am »
I've never had to share a fridge before with other's stuff in there..  Maybe you could get a large covered container,  and break the meat apart into chunks, place them in the container, and take off the lid to get air twice a day, and ideally turning the chunks over each time. 
    Personally, I find ground beef a little hard to eat, as in, I don't care for the taste without having to disguise it with salt, pepper, etc.     thus I buy the cheaper roasts and thinly slice with a very sharp knife. 

General Discussion / Re: Ground beef.. (dry age or freeze it?)
« on: August 24, 2018, 12:51:08 am »
the point is not to mess around with sealed meat where anaerobic bacteria can flourish. Simple as that.  Plus it won't taste as good as air exposed stored meat. There others besides botulism.

General Discussion / Re: Ground beef.. (dry age or freeze it?)
« on: August 23, 2018, 12:23:27 am »
are you ordering ground due to a price reduction, if not,  suggest getting roasts (large chunks) and hanging them in your fridge and slicing each meal off when desired? It will age nicely that way.   

most likely you're not eating balanced amounts of fat. and or too much protein which is converted to sugar.

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: August 21, 2018, 05:15:00 am »
I watched the latest one you posted with Harry.   He definitely has opinions about raw vs. cooked.  As in, he LIKES cooked meat, and raw doesn't appeal to him.  You might try sharing with him the number of people, including my girl friend, who now doesn't enjoy cooked meat at all, and is becoming a fine judge of great tasting raw meat.  Same was true when you give someone full fat milk who has been drinking one percent for years, or vice versa.   he won't want to admit he's caught in his own routine,, so you may have to lead him to where he discovers it himself.     I used to work in a lab, and if we wanted to work on any particular project, we would say to the director of the lab,,"remember that idea you had to ..."  and then he would say, 'right, yeah, why don't you guys give it a try..."   I like him and his podcast, but there is a strong flavor of I know it all there.   Good luck. 
   One thing many miss:  'we' usually think of raw sugars/carbs fruit and veg. juices as being cleansing.   But in truth Raw proteins, and most likely raw fats, are just as much or more cleansing to a body that has filled itself with damaged proteins.  THIS may be too much for him to go into, as he indeed continues to fill himself with damaged proteins from heat (dissonance).   Although I doubt he cooks him meat past medium.  I can't remember exactly how he likes it,, shared that with Harry. 

Journals / Re: Good experiences with raw grainfed org chicken
« on: August 19, 2018, 09:05:39 am »
I'm always so surprised when people eat chicken.  80 percent of their diet ( in most cases including barnyard raised ) is cracked rancid grain, most often monsanto, corn and soy.   Most here would never consider eating cows fed from birth eating 80 percent grain.    Just something to consider when making choices.  When you think about how those raised on corn fed beef prefer it, makes you wonder if some like that 'corn' flavor in chicken.   

General Discussion / Re: Storing Beef for 1-2 weeks
« on: August 19, 2018, 01:38:11 am »
if you think this will be a long term way of eating, you might invest in a small fridge just for yourself, and then hang large pieces which is ideal.

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