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Off Topic / Re: Testimonial re egg allergy
« on: Today at 06:52:29 pm »
Sure u meant A2, as A1 is the one that causes issues for many ppl

Health / Re: Underbite and Overbite - Solutions?
« on: April 11, 2019, 03:05:03 pm »
I know that chewing can widen the jaw and therefore straighten misaligned teeth. I don´t know if that can also fix over- and underbites, possibly. Ideally you eat foods that have to be chewed long to achieve this. Red meats and organs would be best I think.

Primal Diet / Re: Constipation
« on: April 03, 2019, 05:47:57 am »
Everybody is different, so to say raw dairy cannot cause constipation is far from true. I ate shitloads of raw dairy and since I stopped all dairy my constipation is practically gone. I will do another test and include it again when I am abroad, but so far my digestion is far better without dairy. If you stop raw dairy you need another source of fat, for me avocados did the trick, mostly including tomatoes and lots of olive oil, so a bit of fibre could help if you tolerate it.

And just because you add more fat it does not automatically mean that constipation will not occur. If you have low HCI you can eat the fattiest steak in the world, including extra animal fat, but you can still experience constipation. If you have strong gastric acids and good working pancreas then the hardest fat can be turned into proper liquid and make things go through smoothly, if you don´t have that constipation can easily occur. Even liquids like milk will clump and form "balls" in your stomach due to the acid, and if your acid is not strong enought it can cause constipation. Yes, these shakes might make it easier to digest dairy, but one needs to think of the practicality. Sometimes it´s easier to just stop what´s giving u problems rather than trying to find ways how to make it digestible. After years of experimentation with dairy I can say that it´s not essential, at least for me. I found that it definitly has it´s place to heal certain things, and at times it helped me a lot. But then comes time when it´s better to be without. So when Gatsuri said everything needs to be on point in the body regarding HCL and bile, he is correct. And I think its important to sometimes stop acting like a vegan saying "you did the diet wrong" while in fact certain foods of the diet itself are wrong, for your own body.

« on: March 30, 2019, 03:23:14 pm »
 ;D I know what u mean, same as the ppl that run around with these cotton masks in asia to avoid the pollution, thinking it would help in any way

I also think that there was a cause behind that which did not directly relate to him eating the pork. You never know to what toxins this guy was exposed to or what rubbish he ate. He might have worked in a chemical factory, on a garbage plant and what not. News like this are pretty pointless. I did eat raw chicken, air dried bacon, allthough cured with salt, high meat, and so far had no issues. I also do think that parasites are there for a reason to cleanse us, if you live a shitty lifestyle or eat shitty foods then the balance of good bacteria/parasites can shift and they can cause you issues, like yeast infections and candida overgrowth.

I can also personally relate to parasites a lot, since I had many of them during my detox period and whenever I ate or drank something unhealty, I could see them in my vomit or saliva. Even now if I eat something unhealty and spit out that slimy substance into a open sink and remove the liquids around it. What´s usually left is a long worm like thing with a body, which usually has something like a head at one side. That head is bigger than its body and can have a different color (body is white and head is yellow). So I believe that parasites are meant to be, come to work whenever you are exposed to toxins, but we often do not realize that they are there until we examine them. I would also think that when you have a lot of slime in your nose and blow that out, you know that hanging slimy substance, instead of being just slime I think its a parasite that did its work and now needs to get out.

« on: March 29, 2019, 02:22:21 pm »
AV mentioned that as well in He said that he wears a multiple (12) layered organic cotton mask/handkerchief around his face as the benzin exposure is high and gets into the cabin. Apparently there is an exception to that in Australia. All planes that fly to Australia have to have a filter system to avoid benzin going into the cabin and pilot cubicles. Every other plane is full of benzin. I always wondered if he was right about that. He also mentioned that the seatbelt is a radiation attracting metal.

just read it and I would agree with it. Since I stopped strictly carnivore I started to eat A LOT of avocados, tomatoes and evoo with almost every meal. that stopped constipation entirely. I also stopped drinking with meals and that had an even bigger impact. No more bloating. I do eat raw salads with my cooked meats rarely, and that also seems to help me as the food moves though fast, but sleeping isn´t as healing. In general I can say that eating sub fruits/fruits such as avocado, tomatoes, butternut squash, zucchini are best. Leafy greens are interfering the most. I did have homecured raw bacon with tomatoes, avocado, raw eggs and evoo recently and I got a very strong and positive emotional reaction, like a high. But so far I did not try again to eat meats only. However I did notice that cutting out all dairy did miracles for my digestion. So dairy is out, but at the same time my HCI has improved tremendously. On purpose I had the chewiest piece of fat last time, and no issues digesting it. I almost got my life back. Now looking into distilled water since I think that mineral water is one of the main culprits in my diet. I think I was totally wrong on that one. Time will tell and still learning, but making huge progress. I think when I am able to digest raw liver, the chewiest thing ever, I think I made it.

from my part I can say that I stay away from anything leafy green now. Had it recently and it messed things up. Besides I find salad useless. It´s like eating paper. I think I need to be careful with cellulose. Especially since I eat meats with it. And eating it alone is boring. I would try natto, but too much hassle for me doing it :) The Kelp observation is interesting, maybe u have some thyroid issues. Where do you get urs?

after my 6 month carnivore journey it seems that I can eat plant foods again, but interestingly enough the ones that I seem to do well on are fruit based (with seeds). These are winter squash, summer squash, tomatoes, cucumber, avocados. Other fruits are bell bepper, pumpkin and olives, but these seem to be an issue still (except their oils). When looking at them it also looks like they are low in carbs, except winter squash which has 12 g carbs. Nonetheless it makes sense that fruits/sub-fruits seem to be less of an issue when it comes to anti-nutrients than vegetables. I also recommend having a look at a website of Georgia Ede MD which explains the nature of different foods very well. Learned a lot on her site. So after doing a carnivore diet it makes most sense to reintroduce the fruit-veggies that seem to have the least anti-nutrients, and ideally stick to them (if you want to eat fruit-veggies). I thought of introducing more broccoli too, but after reading her post on that I am hesitant. They seem to be a double edged sword.

One thing I can say for sure is that the carnivore diet healed a lot. I even had some gluten foods, beer, fries, sweets and I can tolerate them, which was not possible before. I do however sense that after I started eating plant foods again, I noticed that just eating animal foods is the best. But if u want to have some color in your life, some fruit-veggies are ok. But once you eat clean, which I did for the last couple of weeks, one portion of fries made me get a cold. So the body right away reacts to shitty foods once you eat clean and then goes into detox. I always know that when I eat something unhealthy and I wake up in the morning and have a discarge of the eyes, it´s detox. AV said it too and I can confirm.

Primal Diet / Re: Aajonus Vonderplanitz and HCL
« on: March 13, 2019, 03:52:53 am »
there is a session coming up in april in a remote place, it´s about body electronics. The guy doing the sessions has decades of experience. I can send you the details via pm. It can be a lengthy process, but it seems if you are nutritionally prepared, healing can go fast. According to my research it´s the most effective healing method that exists.

Sessions can last from an hour to half a day, lying on a bed and be absolutely still. It can be very challenging but a lot is about releasing emotional blockages. There are different layers of resistance, but once these are released extreme healing can occur.

What are the best raw vegetables that can be eaten together with meats? I´m trying to incorporate veggies after carnivore and so far it goes well, but I wanna know which ones cause the least trouble digesting if eaten raw and together with meat or alone. So far I eat a lot of tomatoes, avocado and mixed salad, but what about things like broccoli, asparagus, zucchini, cucumber, carrots? Bell peppers and olives give me issues, Eggplant is a bit weird raw, same as cabbage, even in sauerkraut. Also, are tomatoes with cucumber really that hard to digest?

I agree with the first 3. pemmican could be in the list of food preservation as well.

Primal Diet / Re: Aajonus Vonderplanitz and HCL
« on: March 02, 2019, 05:08:42 am »
Van, I know it sounds ludicrous, but have you ever thought of the possibility of regrowing parts of the lost leg? I know of a healing method that can possibly regenerate certain things plus tissue in the body in some people, and considering that, I believe, you have a perfect raw diet, which would be one condition for certain extreme healings to happen on this method, you might want to give it a try.

I´m not sure if the benefits of cooked foods are well received here  ;D but things such as bone or meat broth, and apparently enhanced "bioavailability" of cooking foods like tomatoes, spinach.. might be of interest. then things such as certain herbal teas, herbal tonic drinks could be interesting. Stews might be the least problematic cooked foods as the water might retain quite a good amount of the vitamins, minerals and what not, but that´s just speculative.

General Discussion / Re: How much calcium do you really need
« on: February 28, 2019, 06:48:13 am »
did u mean silica?

General Discussion / Re: How much calcium do you really need
« on: February 28, 2019, 06:30:04 am »
yeah I eat walnuts a lot lately. Brazil nuts im not sure. Might be too high in selenium and they are expensive. Walnuts are great and off the charts when it comes to omega 3, sometimes I wonder if nature intended them to look like a brain.

Hot Topics / Re: Nightshade Sensitivity
« on: February 28, 2019, 06:26:09 am »
I used to have big problems with nightshades before I did my carnivore diet. But after that diet I am eating lots of tomatoes, potatoes, chilli (in liquid form), aubergines again and it seems to be fine. So carnivore healed a lot. But bell peppers are still a big issue, also chilli seeds. I would really recommend to go carnivore as I suggested already. When it comes to curry I had to be inventive and create my own back than when I had many food sensitivities. And the taste is very good. I looked at this recipe and swapped chilli with red peppercorns. Now I cant exactly remember what I had put in there but I think I did it very simply by using coriander turmeric cumin and red peppercorns only. i didn´t toast anything, i just did the ground red peppercorns myself, if u can´t do that use white or black pepper

General Discussion / How much calcium do you really need
« on: February 28, 2019, 06:11:59 am »
So I decided to cut out all dairy, raw and pasteurized, since there are too many controversial things surrounding it, such as overload of calcium, estrogen, origins, to name a few. I was eating it for years and I wanna see what effect this discontinuity has. Now by cutting that out I also cut out my main source of calcium. Now the question arises how much calcium does one really need? Apparently we need 1000-1200mg per day, but I don´t trust the "common knowledge", so anybody able to shed some light in terms of approx. daily mg on a raw and cooked diet?

Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: Safe Stool Frequency
« on: February 05, 2019, 03:34:14 am »
Yes, if u lack bile and HCI it will almost certainly cause constipation, since your gastric acid couldn´t break down the hard connective tissue, especially of dry-aged meats or big chunks of fat and protein. So u end up with all these bigger pieces that will block up your colon. Then if you lack proper gut bacteria you will have an even harder time. Cutting up in small pieces is an option, or doing ground or pate until gastric secretion and gut bacteria improve.

Primal Diet / Re: Parmigiano-Reggiano
« on: February 05, 2019, 03:25:37 am »
The normal body temperature of dairy animals is usually between 37-38 C and can fluctuate according to the weather. That is usually also in the temperature range that the milk would flow through the udder getting to the baby. Humans have a similar temperature range. If you have a temperature higher than around 38, it´s would be considered fever that, according to the general knowledge, kills viruses and bacteria as a consequence. It would make sense to say that raw milk heated above 38 is overheated and the enzymes start to degrade, because nature never meant to give us milk higher than that range.

According to Dr. Edward Howells book "Enzyme Nutrition: The Food Enzyme Concept", all enzymes are considered dead above 117 F (48.22 C.) So any cheese that is heated above 38 C, will degrade in enzymes, to the point where it´s a dead product. I used to eat raw cheeses thinking they were raw, especially when the package said made from raw milk. The problem is that many producers start with raw milk, then heat it up to create their cheese. So the end product cannot be called raw cheese anymore. I have noticed that many so called raw cheese producers have no clue about the true term of raw, but still use that term. The only way to find out if it´s truly raw is to contact them, ideally via email, since many sellers first need to contact the ppl in charge of the production process, and ask until what degree their product is heated to. Don´t waste your time asking if their cheese is raw. As far as I know any cheese in the US can be called raw if its below pasteurization temperature. No comment. And it´s true that almost all store bought cheeses are made with salt, sometimes even table salt. Making your own is easy, cheaper and often healthier.

Off Topic / Re: Can Raw Paleo help in overcoming Drinking Addiction?
« on: February 03, 2019, 05:29:40 am »
Changing the environment is vital. That includes changing habits and friends, sometimes even location. Diet for sure has a big impact. But if u keep on meeting ppl that consider drinking as the only way of escaping harsh reality, then diet wont be effective enough. Hypnosis, done by an experienced hypnotist, can heal many addictions, since many of them have manifested due to old traumas. Ayahuasca would be a step further, if the person is still in a sane state of mind and if the ritual is done by an indigenous experienced shaman. A psychologist can be of help as well, but might sometimes not be effective enough, or might not go as deep into the subconscious as a person might need. Even doing sports or going to the gym can change addictive patterns, as u tend to keep ur body "cleaner" during workout, then dietary changes can become a healthy habit. But out of experience I plead that a change of environment, new friendships, or new life "situations" are among the most effective impacts, everything else usually follows or is a consequence of thereafter.

Health / Re: Just one more thing to be completely healed
« on: January 30, 2019, 03:52:05 am »
Red wine, green tea, honey was helping me as well. But I mainly I used them in emergency cases. Especially when I was not able to digest the food and did not have enough liquid with it. The food will get stuck, you won´t produce that much HCI, you feel hunger because the food is not in the right place to be absorbed by the vili, you get agitated, brainfog and you cant shit. I think our intestines are like toilet pipes. If you add liquid or oil everything goes through smoothly, if you add too much dry matter the pipe gets clogged. To unclog you pour in an acidic medium. That´s why red wine, honey, ACV, lemon...helps. Even AV suggested in his book WWTL a combo of honey, ACV and lemon. Or you add weight like fibre, but you then run the risk of clogging it up more, making matters worse. Adding fat won´t do much usually on a clogged system, thats why its vital to add enough fat to make things go through smoothly. That was the biggest mistake I did, too much protein and too less fat. And the more I had cut the "helpers", the better things went. So you might no longer need ur beer at some point, because your body will adapt, but you need to let it adapt naturally by stopping all this extra crap :)

Another thing I notice that once your digestion enhances and peristalis improves, you are much more aware of how you eat. I used to gorge food down because I was constantly hungry as the food was stuck in the intestines and didn´t absorb the nutrients. That makes you chew less, makes your HCI low, your pancreas inefficient, as I use to get a kind of pain when eating too fast and not digesting it. And even if you eat plenty of fats it will still cause constipation. The negative side effect was that my body temperature dropped, i heard my bones cracking and i didn´t gain weight.

Now I sit down, chew very slowly a couple of pieces and wait until I burp internally, that´s a sign that your HCI is working. Then I take another couple of bites, chew properly and wait until you burp (never externaly). When you don´t do that the problem is that you eat big amounts, that are accumulating in the stomach and your stomach acid can´t handle it and sends it not properly digested further downwards. I think that puts more strain on the intestines and it can cause bloating. It can also happen that you get acid reflux as it goes up through the esophagus.  In fact there is one way to test if you have adequate HCI. When you wake up you take sodium bicarbonate with water and wait till u burp. If it takes longer than a specified time frame you apparently have low HCI. You can look up the proceedure on the internet or do the Heidelberg Test. I used to do the SB and it took either way too long to burp, or I never did. To me the burping after eating a couple of bites is the same thing. To conclude. Do NOT eat more food until you burb internally, like this you are much more aware what´s going on inside your body and you will automatically not eat over your limits. And I would suggest that with every piece of protein you eat 2 pieces or more of fat. Otherwise you end up eating too much protein, then try to compensate with fat but during that catch up you are already too full and you can´t eat enough fat, which will cause issues. I know these things might sound stupid and mundane, but sometimes the obvious is not so obvious at first sight.

And allthough I suggested ground meat as a starter like I did, you might want to try cut pieces before that (I only read about the below after my experiments):

This test was during spring of 2017. It was tested with raw fat ground beef that I used to eat before I did the test, and with raw fat beef that was cut into half-inch pieces (I started to eat this beef after the test). I made 2 piles of meat – one was from ground meat, the other was from cut meat. On the top of the piles I made cavities and poured some water into them. In the cut meat pile all water soaked in immediately. In the ground meat pile, the soaking in took up to 40 sec. Raw fat ground meat behaves as a piece of dense wet clay. In the stomach fat ground meat can delay digestion because meat and fat particles stick together into a big piece and interrupt fast soaking of the stomach acid. Probably you may also use a mixture of raw lean ground meat (which is more cheap) and raw fat cut into small pieces.

After this test I use only cut meat. Usually I cut meat and its fat into half inch pieces and eat the fat first (the feeling of satisfaction comes faster). If some pieces are difficult to chew, just swallow them. They digest very good and meat and fat doesn’t need to be chewed for a long time. THE NOTICEABLE CHANGES WERE: feeling of heaviness in the stomach after eating becomes much lighter, meat digests faster and the bowel movements are more regular, the desire to sleep after eating is less. CONCLUSION: it’s better to not eat ground meat.

It’s interesting that the same conclusion was had by Dr. H. L. Newbold and his patients ( He had an opposite explanation about the harmful influence of the ground meat (that it digests faster). …It’s possible to check precisely which explanation is more correct but is it worth it to do if the conclusion is same? More information about meat influence is in Article 2

One reason why clabbered might not do u well could be the breed of cow. Whenever I made clabbered I used A2 milk. Goat or indigenous cow breeds, where the A2 trait chances are much higher (in cow). Once I drank raw A1 GMO fed cow milk and my body refused totally. But I had no issues with raw Jersey GMO fed cow milk (which I drank for several months). So organic doesn´t seem to be the main factor, it might be the BCM7-protein that causes the issues during fermentation.

Science / Re: drinking milk and dying earlier
« on: January 29, 2019, 05:27:42 pm »
why don´t u expand your youtube presence and make money off from that. More and more people are getting into carnivore, and with your expertise you would become quite popular, especially because you have far more knowledge than many other carnivore promoting people.

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