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Health / Re: Vitamin D
« on: November 23, 2020, 08:54:21 pm »
I don't disagree. For short-term intervention some mineral supplements could be helpful. But what we really need is nutrient-rich food and regenerative food production. I try to eat wild-caught as much as I can.

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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.

I have eaten quite a lot of raw animal foods and still do. But I find some are easier to digest for me cooked due to my health problems. I have read that info and it is mostly related to overcooking and some unconfirmed statements. You can cook while preserving the raw the benefits but getting the benefits of cooking. People do as they please anyway I am just sharing my pov. I was opposed to cooking much more and I still eat raw.

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Health / Re: Vitamin D
« on: November 23, 2020, 04:58:58 am »
Usually most supplements are a hoax. Most people do not even absorb that stuff it just comes out the other end in urine or faeces. You don't need to supplement vitamin d afaik many reasons, mentioned one already. People might indeed feel good or imagine it. But it might also be simple a stimulant. It doesn't solve anything but gives you a short high I'd guess.

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Explain how cooking meat should be bad for sickly people who don't even produce enough juices to breakdown the meat? In my opinion overcooking is one reason people opt for completely raw. You barely produce any negative substances when lightly cooking especially if you don't use fats or water to cook. Foods do get oxidized anyway in the stomach afaik do they not? I agree on one thing though don't damage food through cooking or eat it raw. Do what makes you feel vital usually everything else is dogma. Especially fats shouldn't be cooked or cooked with.

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General Discussion / Re: No grassfed beef at where I live
« on: November 14, 2020, 04:43:30 pm »
Isn't it obvious, some things are so easy and simple and that's what makes them so hard to understand and see? One main point, what colour is your flesh?

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Raw Weston Price / Re: Baldness American indians
« on: November 14, 2020, 04:33:21 pm »
As regards baldness, there are so many variables. I mean, Europeans are more likely to experience baldness, yet they are not necessarily less healthy than asians, say. Native Americans, being Asians, do have a genetic advantage re warding off baldness, but this has nothing to do with health.

One other consideration:- it is generally viewed by anthropologists that  neoteny(having childlike features when adult) is a sign of increasing evolution. Since neoteny involves less body hair(body hair is a sign of maturity/adulthood) one could even argue that baldness is an evolutionary advantage re increased neoteny.


I disagree. My point of view is that based on your health/nutrition status different bodies/genetics prioritize different body parts to maintain/nourish. I mostly agree with Weston Prices  research because of my own observations too for example I think he was right about gracilization and lengthening of the body. I had that point of view before reading the book.

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General Discussion / Re: No grassfed beef at where I live
« on: November 14, 2020, 02:37:38 am »
Also I meant the term or license "grass-fed" is not what counts. Good cooks or hunters can tell the quality of the meat by looking or smelling it. Unless the flesh is poisoned or contaminated with something that you can't see or smell or doesn't change the texture but this should be a rare occasion. Age of the animal and the exact living conditions count. Also red meat probably will always be better than even organic pastured chicken or something. If you are wise and did your research you will know why.

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General Discussion / Re: No grassfed beef at where I live
« on: November 14, 2020, 02:32:38 am »
We can agree to disagree. Conventional farmed meat, even "nutrient dense" sources, gave me acidosis. Nutrient dense grassfed meat changed my health. The fat is also as much, if not more, important than the muscle meat. Organs too which I wouldn't touch from a conventional source.

Of course the more natural the better. But I do think you can do fine on conventional red meat. Do you mean you got acidosis from conventional red-meat? But not from grass-fed red meat? How did you establish that you got acidosis? Of course it's better especially when it comes to organs. But conventional red meat at least here in Austria should be more nutrient dense and healthier than for example pastured chicken.

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Primal Diet / Re: A1 versus A2 dairy, any difference?
« on: November 12, 2020, 05:42:05 am »
If you were drinking it cold and old that could impair circulation and degrade nutrients, I think I have seen you do it in Sv3riges video.bAfter all in nature milk is never drank below body-temperature and if you do the results are worse. Cow-breeders have known this that calfs that drink hot, fresh milk from the teat are more vital than the one who don't. Plus I have read to benefit from it you should drink huge quantities and sip in small doses frequently (250-300ML) every hour or 30 mins. Mimicking nature, like babies do it. Plus I guess quality varies depending on pasture, freshness and breed. I am not recommending it here though, just sharing my current knowledge/research.

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Journals / Re: Pagangoyims Journal
« on: November 12, 2020, 05:07:59 am »
Don't sound like nourishing foods. Why would you eat these? I mean of the vegetables, roots like potatoes are more nutrient-dense but still. And why eat the meat raw, do you notice any difference? And how did you prepare the meat when cooking it?

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Health / Re: Mineral Deficiency
« on: November 12, 2020, 05:04:31 am »
Why eat chocolate when you can have natural cacao?



It is probably more digestible when cooked I would guess. As much stuff is bound to cellulose? And people probably don't eat it for water-soluble minerals, so cooking should be no concern unless minerals are leached if it is cooked with water.

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Primal Diet / Re: Weight gain help
« on: November 12, 2020, 03:23:13 am »
What I understood from my research I will tell you. The reason you don't gain healthy weight is because your whole organism is unhealthy, although you probably can gain unhealthy weight if you eat junk or anything. You probably have also unhealthy body tissues and fluids accumulated first you will lose weight if you are on the right path. For some it's unhealthy eating but also our foods are getting less nutrient dense thanks to modern civilization and the environment more toxic. Fruits, Sugars even Milk can be harmful if eaten too much, especially fruit sugar in any form honey etc. AV wasn't right on everything. Those wild people that eat honey are simply more vital and robust than us, your starting point is disease. In that state fruits, honey etc. don't nourish a weak organism. There can only be afaik about 5 grams of sugar in your blood, that can be carried around. You don't need carbohydrates to gain weight it's a myth, at best unhealthy diseased weight. Also for sick people it is ok to cook your meat lightly as your stomach doesn't produce the right amount of digestive juices to break it down. Almost forgot one very important point, you are what you absorb not what you eat. You are welcome, some high quality insider information. Don't steal it like Frank Tufano or Paul Saladino haha

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General Discussion / Re: No grassfed beef at where I live
« on: November 12, 2020, 02:52:36 am »
Grass-fed is not the most important. You wanna stick to nutrient-rich red meat. You can remove the fat if you are concerned about fat-soluble toxins. If you are wise, you will understand this important free info.

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Personals / Re: UK raw meat woman looking for like minded people
« on: November 12, 2020, 02:48:42 am »
Hello, I live in Austria. Welcome to the forum. I would be open to have a chat. Open-minded people are so rare nowadays. I hoped to get to know some, in this scene.

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Health / Re: ruined my health with medication
« on: November 12, 2020, 02:44:47 am »
Frank Tufano is it you?  ;D

Primal Diet is prolly better than SAD but I dont recommend it. He recommends stuff like honey which is from my experience damaging.

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Off Topic / Re: When you have millions on your bank account ...
« on: January 19, 2020, 05:33:18 am »
Okay, we get it, you like one eye and triangles, pyramids. Stop, you will make the theorists go crazy ...

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Off Topic / When you have millions on your bank account ...
« on: January 19, 2020, 05:25:57 am »
And still struggle with candida :'D


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Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Re: Eating raw conventional supermarket meat
« on: January 13, 2020, 03:45:57 am »
What do you mean by "meat glue"?

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Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Eating raw conventional supermarket meat
« on: January 12, 2020, 02:21:25 am »
Hey guys. Have you done this and would like to share your experiences? Especially raw conventional poultry.

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Primal Diet / Re: AVs theory on Apple Cider VInegar
« on: January 05, 2020, 01:44:52 am »
Too little info on it. Haven't noticed any benefits from it nor health problems when using it. If I remember correctly in his book he says ACV should be in every household as a remedy.

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Hot Topics / Re: Vegans: The Epitome of Malnourishment 6
« on: December 28, 2019, 02:50:00 pm »
Well I guess some vegans got pissed

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Health / Re: Receeding gum line problem (help wanted)
« on: December 21, 2019, 07:52:35 pm »
Thanks for the clarification, I was confused about it. Last time I ate an avocado (not sure if Haas) it left a weird coating on my teeth could be oxalates or some other compound? Do you know if the oxalate content is only reduced in tree-ripe avocados? I would guess that most avocados in stores are not tree-ripened? When I eat 1-2 avocados I kinda feel it moving through my intestines or stomach I guess it's the fiber. I don't like that feeling either.

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Health / Re: Receeding gum line problem (help wanted)
« on: December 21, 2019, 08:13:17 am »
Hi. What's up with these conclusions?
Raw dairy calcium causing gum problems, what? Never had such an issue while drinking 3-5 litres of cow dairy daily for months the exact opposite my teeth were better than before. I am not saying you should eat dairy but people make a lot of weird claims about dairy. People used to thrive on dairy in the past be it the Scythians who apparently lived on just fermented mare's milk at least some of them or people like the Masai.

But because dairy today for whatever reasons is very risky for most people I would suggest taking it out. If you have no problems digesting fats I see no reason to remove the butter. I personally do not digest fats very well, so I sometimes ate goat butter which agreed with me much more, less digestive problems.

I find that avocado is pretty crappy for the most part, might be high in oxalates too. At least from my experience it didn't digest well besides it is very expensive and not local. Bananas are the better option even though more sugar in them but similar vitamins/minerals and easier to digest if very ripe.

About blood I am not too sure but I'd stick to fresh foods.
Also what's that obsession about fat? Especially when you are eating fruit and carbs. Do you eat organs?

I read that eggs can cause meat-indigestion in some people.
If you have problems and want to continue on a raw-meat diet. I would suggest removing the dairy, eggs and honey for a while.

Also honey is mostly sugar, you would remove butter before honey? Has low minerals/vitamins according to most sources and a high sugar content. I would focus on beef, mutton, lamb and poultry occasionally maybe. And Aajonus said a lot of controversial stuff that he can't explain to us anymore. And he contradicted himself quite a lot, which is not a problem people make mistakes and learn but some people just believe all his claims blindly. The world is also different.

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Science / Another view on the paleo diet
« on: December 19, 2019, 02:08:28 am »
Found this interesting documentary about the paleo diet. She has some good points but actually she presents some things that contradict her views without realizing it and she doesn't mention things like liver and meat having vitamin c. But I found some interesting articles because of this docu I will link them. Also very interesting that stuff she mentions about the gut, that traditional societies have a whole different gut microbiome and it looks similar. And all industrial people have similar gut microbiomes interesting if true. Also fresh (whole) foods I think might be important I tend to forget that. How long storage or wrong storage of foods might harm foods. What do you guys think?

https://www.nature.com/news/neanderthals-ate-their-greens-1.11030
https://www.theguardian.com/science/2010/dec/27/neanderthals-cooked-diet-us-research
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FNIoKmMq6cs

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