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Welcoming Committee / Re: Greetings from Hawaii
« on: Today at 03:27:13 am »
local raw beef is some of the best considering the year round grass Hawaii has.  Most supermarkets have it, just call around.  There are also island slaughter houses to call. 

Primal Diet / Re: Sunfoods Coconut oil
« on: Yesterday at 10:00:42 am »
Yes,, and if you care to try,,  finely shred or grind  coconut meat so that you can such the 'milk' out of it discarding the pulp..  You'll most likely notice, as I did, that it's only palatable for only so many mouthfuls.   So easy to take in more when it already sitting in a cup ready to swallow down.

subscribe to Dr. Paul Saladino's Utube channel to watch his latest question and answer video on what might be missing on a carnivore diet.  As an MD eating carnivore, I think his perspective is valuable.

most here could use all the acid their stomachs produce to digest good portions of either cooked or raw meat.  To include vegetables, either cooked or raw,  is only going to neutralize to some extent the acidity of the stomach.   If you want to eat vegetables, eat them sparingly with protein, or as a snack or separate meal, or with some easily digestible proteins like aged cheeses.
  It's our acculturation that keeps us eating our meat with veggies ( besides our desire for taste or carbs like potatoes etc...

the more oily or fatty the fish is, the more oxidized oils or fats you'll be ingesting.  Fish are mostly pufa rich, which go rancid very quickly.
  I share the opinion that traditionally fish was fermented or dried as a means to stay alive when sources of food were not available.  And, yes, one can develop a taste for it in spite of the rancid fats.  But only until recently has there been an understanding of how damaging rancid pufas can be.

eating raw grass finished liver as I write.   I Think that if you eat it piece by piece, alone, not seasoned, your body will tell you how much it wants.

Hot Topics / Re: Anyone Ever Made Natto?
« on: May 20, 2019, 01:30:15 am »
my guess is the real benefit is long term usage where it cleans out plaque over time.

stir it with a clean spoon or fork etc..

Health / Re: Gum inflamation disease / Gingivitis / periodontitis
« on: May 11, 2019, 01:36:17 am »
another case of AV steering others to his beliefs.    Gum pockets and gum disease is mainly due to bacteria feeding on carbs. Also because modern mouths don't have Lost proper balances of healthy bacteria to compete with the harmful varieties.   One can totally avoid cavities and gum disease by dropping carbs.  That would also include the sugars found in milk.  Short of that, make sure you rinse your mouth with slight salt water after every time you eat, and floss every day.  Brush angle at 45 degrees with gentle motions to get under gums.  If you have pockets and accumulated tarter under gums, that tartar needs to be cleaned to a polished smooth surface and continual flossing and rinsing to keep plaque from accumulating and turning into tartar.

oxidized rancid fat.  mice don't naturally eat fat, rancid or not.  it's the resultant inflammation that causes the harm.

Off Topic / Re: Testimonial re egg allergy
« on: April 21, 2019, 01:25:51 am »
most chickens eat junk food diets, hence...

« on: April 02, 2019, 03:42:08 am »
large particles, yes, Benzene, no.

« on: March 30, 2019, 01:21:37 am »
cotton mask would only make him look like the bad boy he was.  A carbon filter resp. mask is needed.

I'm really not here to coach my dietary choices.  I do hope though that others take an interest in real ongoing medical science especially as it applies to longevity. But that takes a curiosity that goes beyond reading what some diet guru suggests.  Understanding the physiological difference between being a sugar burner and a fat burner I think is key to making an initial foray.  Plenty of information on the net.   

I agree that going instinctual takes some coaching.  I was at Montrame  5-6 times for days at a time, and still it eluded me.
    Since those days, I discovered the internet and have been keenly interested in learning from some of the worlds top researchers in the area of the effects of sugar/carbs as it relates to insulin and body health etc.  And the effects of eating sugar/carbs and fats together.  I won't go into detail here, but have strong opinions that those truly interested in long term health should educate themselves and eventually get blood work done and routinely check one's blood sugar levels as relates to insulin levels and more. 
    Unless you're burning huge amounts of calories either through strenuous work or exercise at a more than daily rate, eating all the sugar, honey, dates, sugary fruits you  want or 'instinctually desire' year-round Will catch up you, and you Will age faster than if you kept your insulin levels low and corresponding blood sugar levels. 

  Part of Instinctual eating is not only recognizing what makes you salivate etc, bit recognizing the effects foods and have on you meal by meal.  Yes, we'd like to believe there is a 'stop' that will protect you, But like I say, those details take some coaching and refinement. 

   Like iguana said, two meals a day, developing true hunger, not lusting after the next sweet treat ( as can be promoted on certain islands ) are tips that can help.

Hot Topics / Re: Anyone Ever Made Natto?
« on: March 18, 2019, 03:05:09 am »
all very good stuff   thanks for the info

Primal Diet / Re: Aajonus Vonderplanitz and HCL
« on: March 13, 2019, 07:36:12 am »

Primal Diet / Re: Aajonus Vonderplanitz and HCL
« on: March 13, 2019, 02:44:58 am »
nice thought, maybe some day.   Most likely would be a lengthy process where one would be without a prosthesis due to continual growing fitting difficulties.   

Primal Diet / Re: Aajonus Vonderplanitz and HCL
« on: February 26, 2019, 06:23:08 am »
thanks for the thoughts.

Hot Topics / Re: Nightshade Sensitivity
« on: February 23, 2019, 04:53:00 am »
go to Bart Kays channel and watch his latest interview about oxalates.  most educational

chill out huh?   ok looks like you still think I'm stressed out over this.  Whatever.   But know well i will still call bullshit when I see it here.
  For yes, for people to heal themselves they do need to learn to trust themselves versus some mythical ideology.   Dude, this is not about raw meat being good or bad.  This is a raw meat forum.

call it what you will.  my only point in my continual posting re. AV is for others here, not for you, but mostly newcomers, to not blindly follow his exaggerated stories and suggestions.  'We' want to  believe there is some ultimate answer, and that is the advantage AV used in gathering followers.  All the time coming up with some theory or concoction that only he could deliver.   And if you choose to believe how many times he almost died of this or that and couldn't even walk... that's your choice.   

It's funny how Tyler agrees that the problem is the cooking when it comes to raw foods he likes, but when it comes to dairy he refuses to see that the data he's referencing is derived purely from cooked sources.

On topic: Despite Van's views on glycation, In my personal experience, a high fat, cooked, very low carb diet combined with vigorous exercise is dangerous to the heart and will cause blockages, even moreso than a diet where you have both fats and sugar.

you had blockages?

if they ate honey and beaver fat 2-3 times a day like most westerners eat fat and carbs do, I doubt they would not have problems.

does not have to be cooked   glycation will happen with raw too

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