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General Discussion / Re: Diabetes
« on: August 06, 2009, 06:56:10 am »
I don't like "treat", after my experience of the medical system, so how about "in remission"?

Sure, as long as it doesn't give the impression that the condition is fixed.

General Discussion / Re: Diabetes
« on: August 05, 2009, 09:45:31 am »
I don't like this word cure being thrown around with dietary treatment. Diabetes can be treated with diet, not cured. If the people were cured they would be able to return to previous patterns and not get sick. This is not the case. A damaged pancreas could most certainly lead to these types of issues. And I don't know a diet in the world that could remove all types of severe toxicity and infection from the hepatic region.

I think you might be onto something. I have had a test a couple of years ago when I was feeling dodgy. Not sure if it was hair or blood, but they told me I had mineral imbalances - I'll dig out the test results as I can't remember exactly.

Also, I've been taking a good multimineral for a week or so and I believe it's helped to sort me out.

Know any good sites or books?

It's encouraging that you're having sucess on strict raw paleo. I will def give it another go, but I just need to feel good for a while now and do other things. Maybe when I save up some pennies I'll take a holiday in the Phillipines and eat meat and fruit and crash out on my own all day :)

No no no, not strict. I do beef bone broths with vegetables, and other things. I don't really focus any more on raw or cooked, I just find my self eating mostly raw. But if some one is in a position to do raw paleo with out a bunch of the serious food allergies or supply issues I suffer, they should go for it. I would be doing it if my supplies were solid. Doesn't change the fact I know the benefits of a raw paleo diet when done properly. It's almost impossible for me to attempt based on where I live and how many liars I have encountered. I've been through maybe like twenty different suppliers of meat and only two of them are honest about their business. Instead what I'm focusing on is mostly raw and really trying to move towards low carb.

Some may say I should go with sea food, but my body seems to reject sea food. I literally can't swallow it my body won't let me. Raw buffalo and lamb is the strange situation I'm stuck in. My goal though is to get my body where it can consume most food(especially food rations). I really don't like the idea of being stuck in a diet that relies on specific supplies, in an emergency situation I would feel much more comfortable being able to consume foods that are way less healthy to get by. Basically, supplies and my bodies condition dictate what I eat. I really can't be put into any specific diet, but when my body gets better and I rid my self of these allergies I will most certainly be eating raw paleo.

As far as the heavy metals issue goes Andy Cutler and Ann Louise Gittleman are good starting points. It's important to know that removing heavy metals incorrectly(mercury ESPECIALLY) can lead to very bad side effects and even very bad damage. Aajonous in my opinion is dangerous to be listening to when it comes to metals, parasites and chemicals.

Thanks! I'm doing a lot better now that I'm targeting what was really making me sick. It's a long road ahead though, lots of bases to cover. I've kept up raw meat the whole time though, I would absolutely say it has kept me strong through this period of my life.

General Discussion / Re: Niacin flush
« on: August 04, 2009, 04:53:24 am »
Ah yes that lovely sensation of meat sitting in the stomach. I've gotten it both with raw and cooked meat. Lack of bile flow, lack of enzymes, damaged intestinal track, allergies, toxin dumping ext. Don't be afraid of that term 'toxin', assuming it's a clique drives a lot of people away from a brilliant diet that is raw paleo. Why? Because so many people have different toxic debris in different spots, and this can take forever to get pulled out. When other people practicing the diet say toxins are rubbish quackery, then when people actually do go through detox they feel the diet isn't working for them. Thus they back off. 

What I do some times is just make some bone broth, warm it a bit and then toss raw meat in and eat with some ox bile. Works great for me. Broth I can safely say has saved my ass on numerous occasions now. Don't care if it's cooked, I care if it works. And as always, make sure it's 100 percent no supplemented no lies grass fed. Go and spy on the farm if you have to, it will really depress you how low some people will go to sell products. But you got to do it some times.

Could be copper/metal dumping. Could be allergies to some thing else the animal is being fed. People lie.

Some people when actually eating a more of a balanced mineral ratio begin to dump copper build ups, and that can mimic schizophrenia pretty easily. I've screwed around a lot with diet thinking it would solve all my problems, when in reality it WAS solving them but VERY slowly. Now that I'm forcing a lot of it I'm getting some pretty awesome results. Metal toxicity is a VERY REAL problem and I highly recommend you understand how the body begins to detoxify some of these agents. A raw meat diet will most certainly cover a large range of toxicity issues. This is the biggest issue with veggie/vegan diets. When your zinc/copper is out of balance copper begins to go up and up and up. It will cause bloody horrible problems in the body. High nut/seed diets in my experience now is an INSANE concept.

Hair analysis will give you a better idea if you got metal issues. I'm well aware of the controversy around hair analysis, and I'm sorry to be the one to tell people this but any one refuting one of the well practiced hair analysis labs is either brain washed or is trying to hurt the public. A lot of this 'debunking' around it is simply dangerous propaganda leading people away from one of the biggest causes of our health problems in this age. Getting your metal tested from your hair is one of the most important health tests I could ever suggest any one get. But it's got to be from a lab that does it RIGHT.

As far as what the animals being fed, when I eat poorly fed animal meat my psychosis begins to kick in within days. I begin to get very homicidal/suicidal feelings if I eat meat that has been fed grain/soy/corn. Sticking with raw grass fed buffalo/lamb meats has been SWEEET!!!

General Discussion / Re: Non food reactions since going raw paleo.
« on: February 21, 2009, 10:23:56 pm »
-Have trouble holding a mobile phone to my ear (it burns me about an inch inide my head) have to use loud speaker
-Feel really bad flying, feel ill, tired and the air is so dry
-Can't stand smelly people epecially when they wear perfumes
-Detox quickly after breathing in pollution
-Less tolerance at work waiting for guys who constantly seem to be eating/drinking/shitting/buying food. I swear they spend hours every week going to the toilet.
-less tolerance for negative people

I got an iphone with a nice head set for that very reason. Cell phones MESS my head up. I really want my family to start doing the same, brain tumors are not a pleasant disease to go through.

General Discussion / Re: Reactions to foods since going rawpalaeo
« on: February 20, 2009, 06:45:18 am »
Celery and broccoli, I just love it for some reason and I feel so good after I drink it. I do carrots and beets some times.

General Discussion / Re: Reactions to foods since going rawpalaeo
« on: February 20, 2009, 06:12:31 am »

DameonWolf : it sounds like placebo to me that you need vegetable juice to feel "clean". Are the meats you are eating of high quality (certified organic and grass/pasture-fed)?

lol there's that word again. I've said it before, I'll say it again. I spent almost all my entire teen years on the street, I've consumed fake drugs many many times I know what placebo is and veggie juices AIN'T IT. All I know with the meat I'm eating now is it doesn't make my skin feel like it's on fire and it doesn't make my hair fall out. I was getting "grass fed" from the Healthy Butcher and my skin turned to a charred mess, my hair fell out and my nails broke off with no effort. It was insanely painful. Im almost positive I have a hyper gluten intolerance. If I eat eggs I get the same problem.

I don't really identify with some of you on this veggies thing. Like it reminds me of the way vegans/veggies act towards meat, it seems like there is a bias coming forward. I can tell you that the times in my life I've had the worst problems is when I've gotten extremist about any thing. Granted, if you have bad reactions to them your self then you probably shouldn't bother. Certain things I have to be extremist about in my diet for sure, but just throwing all veggies and herbs in a toxin category seems just as extreme as vegans throwing all meats in a toxin category.

I will say though that I haven't done the organ meats, those could be the catalyst for me pushing further away from the plant stuff. But so far I haven't had much success trying to ditch the fruits/veggies I seem to feel better with them than with out.

General Discussion / Re: Reactions to foods since going rawpalaeo
« on: February 20, 2009, 04:21:06 am »
Yup, a lot of experiences here are ringing bells for me. I still love veggie juices though, if I eat noting but meat I start feeling thick and dirty and my bowels slow to a dead halt. Right when I add back in veggie juices I feel clean and less stagnant. *shrugs* Oh alcohol I haven't experimented with but my tolerance for marijuana has gone WAY up. I can smoke weed, enjoy it, get a great sleep and not feel horrible the next day. Which is a big step up from the past for sure.

Primal Diet / Re: Why Did You Quit the Primal diet
« on: February 18, 2009, 11:14:10 am »
Hmm I've heard so many people talking about this bloating feeling with green juices. I've like NEVER gotten this green juices make me feel pretty damn good. Usually i'm sensitive to EVERY THING, lol.

General Discussion / Re: RAF and children
« on: February 18, 2009, 06:56:36 am »
Yeah I second that, only a few fruits seem to not have that affect on me. Apples being one of them.

General Discussion / Re: Dairy and The "Milk Only" diet
« on: February 18, 2009, 06:49:45 am »
God damn! So there's actually evidence to support my experience. Yup, given it the boot a couple of days ago I have no tolerance any more for this BS dogma. The second some thing starts affecting me the way butter was, GONE. I'm not gonna put up with this, "detox" crap from the primal people or any one else for that matter. I know when I'm detoxing, I know exactly what it feels like and it's not that. I'm already doing better now that the butter is out. Don't get me wrong, I loved how creamy and smooth my hair and skin was getting, but it aint worth the trade off.

My lymph nodes turned rock hard around a year ago, and then I became very pale/yellow and even more sickly than before. Haven't been able to get my skin color back but my lymph system seemed to stay exactly the same with the high fruits. It also didn't change with adding the meat, but the butter caused a definite reaction. My lymph congestion seems to also be directly connected to my digestive system. If I become constipated, my lymph nodes start to get bigger and my neck begins to stiffen big time.

General Discussion / Re: Dairy and The "Milk Only" diet
« on: February 18, 2009, 03:58:35 am »
My experience with raw butter so far is it does amazing things all over EXCEPT for in my lymphatic system in which is seems to clog up dramatically. I've had problems with my lymph's now for over a year, gonna go get checked up maybe get a biopsy done too see if it's Hodgkin's. I can tell you though the butter was making the problem worse DRAMATICALLY.

"Aajonism" lool.

I think he's frustrated because a lot of raw paleo people are raw paleo because they can't handle dairy. He just doesn't want to accept that though.

He didn't want to talk about the veggie juice issue, and for sure is ignorant around the dairy issue. He recommended me to go with fish and chicken to get my lymph nodes to calm down. I also wonder if he's right about the fruit diet causing my spleen to get enlarged...

Journals / Re: Andrew's Journal
« on: February 08, 2009, 09:55:18 am »
Correction I can eat that much celery and I do if I feel like it. Placebo? Umm, I really don't buy that I did a lot of drugs when I was younger and I got sold a lot of fake pills and stuff like that. I know what placebo is like, what ever the green juices do for me it ain't placebo. Doesn't mean it's good. Can some one provide me with these studies?

Journals / Re: Andrew's Journal
« on: February 07, 2009, 09:03:43 am »
Is it wrong that I absolutely love celery and broccoli juice? I love the taste. I find the juice helps my cognitive abilities quite a bit too.

Journals / Re: Lex's Journal
« on: February 04, 2009, 09:09:50 am »
Another issue is what does "deficient" mean.  With the boondoggle of the government's Food Pyramid showing that carbohydrates are the foundation of health and other fiascos related to Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) for specific nutrients, who's to say what's normal - my doctor who suffers from gout and type 2 diabetes?

I would like to have a reasonable idea of how to interpret the results of any test I take before hand.  After many years of misery following traditional medical advice, I've become rather jaded.   For the time being I prefer to go by how I feel.  It may be true that my eating habits will ultimately give me a fatal heart attach, but right now I feel wonderful and I'm able to do the things I love to do - without the aid of a power chair, stair lift, wheel chair, or hospital bed.


That's the type of response I love to hear! Good on you man. I too am skeptical around the validity of a lot of this concrete medical science. I was just wondering because whether you like it or not, people see your story and talk about it. And since you disarm peoples points about bad blood pressure ext ext, the next thing they want to know about is mineral deficiency. lol, in other words I've been telling people your story and they don't believe it, and of course they want to see nutrient levels or some thing along those lines. I understand though that this isn't for them it's for you. I respect that a lot, your case is just phenomenal that's all.

Journals / Re: Lex's Journal
« on: February 04, 2009, 03:18:19 am »
Well I remember for the longest time my sister was struggling with her health especially her cognitive health, and she kept getting blood work done and it never concluded any thing. It wasn't until one doctor recommended she get a test for nutrients specifically B12. Turns out she had been B12 deficient for years and they gave her the usual shot and all her problems went away. From my understanding there are tests out there that will confirm whether you're deficient or not in every nutrient. I could be mistaken though, some thing along the lines of Spectracell's? This has become more of a question on my part. How would you figure out if you're deficient or not in the following things:

Vitamin A
Vitamin C
Vitamin D
Vitamin E
Vitamin K
Vitamin B6
Food Folate
Folic Acid
Vitamin B12
Pantothenic Acid
Fatty Acids

I'm aware the general tests you get cover some of these things, but I'm pretty positive they leave a lot of these out.

Journals / Re: Lex's Journal
« on: February 03, 2009, 12:32:42 pm »
Hey Lex, I'm aware you've posted tons of tests you've gotten on your self. Have you gotten a nutrient test done too see how all your levels are?

General Discussion / Re: Grain Fed Causing Acne?
« on: January 24, 2009, 10:31:17 am »
I'm so frustrated. I know for a FACT that grain fed causes my skin too feel like it's on fire and dry. I was getting 100 percent grass fed last week and it was making me feel great. I kept buying from the same place which gets from many different farms. This week the flavor of the meat changed and my skin started reacting again. They claim it's 100 percent grass fed, but they either don't know their product or their intentionally lying. Both upsets me deeply. Turns out Toronto and many places in Canada can be a nightmare for a sensitive rvaf eater. I'll be able to get dairy soon which I haven't tried yet. I can go see for my self the way the cows are fed. I'm thinking I'll try butter and cream but damn it's so much less convenient and dairy might make me sick. I've also tried to find pasture fed eggs here in Toronto and it turns out that's also next to impossible. They will claim their chickens are pasture raised, but in reality they STILL FEED THEM GRAINS/CORN EXT. I'm not too happy about how sensitive my body is, but I'm even more unhappy about how people just don't get it.

General Discussion / Re: Grain Fed Causing Acne?
« on: January 17, 2009, 02:06:40 pm »
Hey all, I'm happy to report that the grain fed beef was indeed the problem! Grass fed my body just loves, my skin is feeling so much better.

General Discussion / Re: Grain Fed Causing Acne?
« on: January 10, 2009, 02:12:10 am »
Yeah cool I'll try and keep it to grass fed for the next few weeks I'll see how that helps.

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