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General Discussion / Re: my cat caught me a mouse... should I?
« on: December 06, 2010, 03:15:28 pm »
That's weird.

Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: Gaining fat?
« on: December 06, 2010, 03:09:32 pm »
Eating too much butter will make you gain for sure. I had the problem with gaining and couldn't track the problem as I thought I was doing everything right: fat fat fat, meat. But butter has the ability to trigger insuline into the bloodstream which makes you store the fat you eat.

Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: Why Does Sugar Taste So Good?
« on: October 02, 2010, 07:42:39 pm »
I think it is more natural to eat more meat in winter because meat has a warming effect.
While fruits have a cooling effect.

My friend professional healer uses white sugar under the tongue, sub-lingual for sick patients who seem to lack sugar in the brain.  It works.

This is something I have been thinking for few days. I have been doing low carbing extensively for few months now. But just few days ago I catched a cold and I couldn't stop eating. I'm so hungry when I get a cold or fever. But during that time I actually ate lots of fruits and also I ate lots of home made oatmeal cookies (oats, 225g butter, few eggs and small amounts of sugar). I know this is nothing that I have used to eat for over 6 months now but I was craving these and felt boost in mental energy after stuffing myself with these oatmeal cookies. Now I'm thinking that could my brain need more glycose to be running efficiently ? I don't tolerate fruits well. I don't feel well after eating fruits. Maybe there is some fruit that I can tolerate but most common fruits make me feel bad. Although simple sugar like brown sugar makes me feel gooood!

Health / Re: Hormonal problems
« on: October 02, 2010, 04:25:46 am »
yeah, thank god for liver, I am starting to eat a 1lb liver at least once a week. For some reason though I heard it wasnt good to eat it too often as it causes goiter. I dont know if that is true, but that is why I limit it to 1 lb a week.

Because the high amounts of copper from the liver inhibits thyroid function.

Off Topic / Re: birth control-what is safe to use?
« on: September 28, 2010, 01:00:54 am »

Exercise / Bodybuilding / Re: OH YEAH! barefoot run!!! whos going??
« on: September 25, 2010, 11:25:40 pm »
Way cool. Speaking of John Durant, Paleo Dude:

Was that a right link you gave ? Anyway, the paleo man was looking porn on the last challenge so another +1

Did anyone read the comments ? Nobody even gives a second thought on eating meat raw. Looks like everyone has something to say against raw meat.

Primal Diet / Re: Raw Unheated Honey
« on: September 22, 2010, 03:37:43 am »
I've had it delivered by mail from them, and I've gotten it in different stores and states.  Some it always comes crystalized, some never. Maybe some keep it cooler? Maybe certain batches are delivered to certain stores? They all have air conditioning, so I don't think that's a factor.  It may be the shipping method or storage room of the store.

  Aajonus says honey with meat strengthens the heart. Others say honey grows good bacteria for man.  Honey alone is said to heal stomach and intestines.  I believe the combination is good for the heart.
Perhaps the combination is bad for the intestines or like you said performing some healing.

Thanks, I didn't know about the combination being helpful for the heart. I'm going to give it another week and see what will happen.

Though I just found this:

Fructose adversely affects your body in a number of ways, but one of the mechanisms that causes significant damage is glycation, a process by which the sugar bonds with proteins and forms so-called advanced glycation end products, or AGEs.
I have absolutely no idea how much of this is true.

Is this honey that you are ordering collected from the same flowers and plants ? Different flowers make the honey crystallize faster/slower

Primal Diet / Re: Raw Unheated Honey
« on: September 22, 2010, 03:14:54 am »
   I love Really Raw Honey, but I have an issue with it.  Sometimes the cappings on RRH are thick and dark.  Sometimes they're thin and light.  Sometimes the honey itself is crystalized, most of the time not.  I would like to know if it's just as raw in all these forms.

Raw honey should be crystallizing faster than heated honey.

I experimented with just raw honey and some meat/fat at weekend I have tried to eat larger amounts of meats with few tsp of honey. I get extremely bloated after eating larger amounts of raw meat with raw honey.. It feels like my whole colon is full of something. I wonder if I am reacting to it or is there any kind of healing explanation to it ? I don't have any other symptoms associated with candida expect that bloating issue. Actually I have noticed decrease of my thrush on tongue.. I hope it's healing my gut...  -\

Hot Topics / Re: After sex?
« on: September 20, 2010, 02:08:35 am »
Keeps world from overpopulating.

Primal Diet / Re: Raw Unheated Honey
« on: September 20, 2010, 01:15:32 am »
I have been experimenting with raw honey this weekend and have had both bad and great results with it. If taken without water it gives me energy but when taken with water or close to drinking water I will get bad case of fatigue.

Also, is there a way to combat possible fructose intolerance. Thing is that when a fruit has higher fructose content to glycose it makes me act weird.. kind of childish.. I think it helps some when I take it with food but when I take it with meat or fat, I gain weight instantly..

General Discussion / Re: Raw eggs
« on: September 19, 2010, 08:23:34 pm »
I'm consuming supermarket eggs and I am suspecting that the egg yolks are making my face look puffy. I can't think of any other foods right now..

Is it possible to be intolerant to raw egg yolk or any hormones in the yolk causing the facial puffiness ? I have been consuming free range and cage eggs on and off.

For the thread poster. I have never gotten ill from consuming supermarket cage eggs. Although I always was the shells before cracking them.

Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Re: Whats your view on Raw Honey
« on: September 19, 2010, 02:48:16 pm »
It's really surprising how Aajonus and few others here can eat generous amounts of honey and butter without gaining any. I started to gain immediately after mixing these two.

Hot Topics / Re: The Great Fish Oil Experiment
« on: September 07, 2010, 01:13:01 am »
Eating more than 100g salmon/tuna gives me a dodgy "free radical burn" nowadays so I stay away from concentrated PUFA sources, whether n-3 or n-6. Actually, n-3 is more prone to lipid peroxidation...I feel best on lipids originating in my own ecosystem rather than cold waters.

This is one of the reasons why I choose to get my retinol from land liver and cholecalciferol from sunlight/supplement, rather than F-CLO, although I'm not sure if it's a valid synergy like F-CLO...

I've still not actually fathomed Peat's stance on dietary arachidonic acid (AA) because he advocates liver and eggs to some extent.

There's a question of what's best - minimise PUFAs to the limit or increase complementary antioxidants like vitamin E (tocopherols/tocotrienols, which PUFAs deplete through endogenous lipid peroxidation). Peat states that the excess PUFAs are anti-thyroid and therefore anti-metabolic, which the populations relying on fish countered by eating fish heads (particularly including the thyroid glandulars). In that case, eating the whole animal was essential, although maybe still not optimal.

With minimal n-6s, the need for n-3s diminishes - Peat even states that the n-9 mead acid is biologically active enough and more stable (stress-resistant) to replace these PUFAs.

Thanks for the reply.

But many of us don't have access to grass fed meat or make our diet mostly of grass feed meat and fat.. So I think supplementing omega 3 becomes necessary..

Hot Topics / The Great Fish Oil Experiment
« on: September 07, 2010, 12:19:54 am »
Sometimes when you believe something and then read something that is totally opposite of that and looks legitimate then it really freaks my brain cells. I couldn't find him talking about cooked or raw omega 3-s though..

The Great Fish Oil Experiment

Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: The complete Paleo Diet
« on: September 06, 2010, 01:24:29 am »
There are few people keeping blogs about their WOE of eating only steak,fat and water.

General Discussion / Re: Question about beef liver
« on: September 05, 2010, 04:43:09 pm »
I now had liver from another place that looked quite the same but with smaller holes.

Also, why do I get dizzy/light headed after eating some raw liver ? It has also happened with "the perfect looking liver". Is it too much Vitamin A ? It could be true that my body can't handle much vitamin A as I was taking ro-accutane some years ago.

General Discussion / Re: Question about beef liver
« on: September 02, 2010, 04:56:03 pm »

Health / Re: Not washing
« on: August 30, 2010, 10:32:40 pm »
The worst smell, SAD chemically-concocted suffusion  ;) and perfume.

Good looking people smell nicer than ugly people.

If your good looking and eat healthy don't wash.

I'm not sure if the person looks good after his/her hair has gotten dirty. I'm eating pretty clean but I still get that "oily" hair after few days which looks disgusting.

Health / Re: Salmonella food poisoning
« on: August 30, 2010, 10:25:44 pm »
Haven't tried but 8 drops of Lugol's solution should do the thing. Have read that it takes as little as one hour to get over of it. If not another dose should be taken. Probably depends how severe the case is.

Hot Topics / Re: Autism explained
« on: August 29, 2010, 08:02:08 pm »
Anyone even looked the chart I gave ? The thread is full on intelligent chit chat. But makes it all too complex. I admit I am quite stupid and shouldn't even be posting here.

But the theory of mine is that autism started to appear at the same time as Monosodium glutamate was introduced into food industry.

The cause of the Autism could be as simple as giving MSG to the developing fetus brain. As you all know MSG is Excitotoxicity (Excitotoxicity is the pathological process by which nerve cells are damaged and killed by glutamate and similar substances). Blood brain barrier won't stop developing until 6 weeks after birth. That's quite enough time to hit the brain with food industry. Monosodium Glutamate can pass BBB even in fully developed BBB. Also, quite few Vaccines have MSG in it. Nowadays autism is also treated with glutamate blockers.

Hot Topics / Re: Autism explained
« on: August 28, 2010, 03:34:47 am »
This chart shows connection between autism and excessive free glutamate which is freely available in today's food (monosodium glutamate, gluten, yeast extracts etc.)

Hot Topics / Re: How Cooking Made Us Human. Professor R Wrangham
« on: August 28, 2010, 03:30:32 am »
Wrangham's ideas and a few similiar ones have already been extensively debunked elsewhere:-

"Chemical alterations caused by cooking are many, and many of them are known to be harmful (view the many cooked food articles on this site for details)"

I remember reading somewhere study about AEG and tested on both mice and humans? The result was high amounts of AEG in mice after injection but low amounts in human. Seems like humans have developed the way to handle the AEG-s from cooked food. If you happen to know the study then comments are welcomed!

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