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Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: Losing weight!
« on: July 17, 2010, 03:59:18 am »
Thats a lot of meat my man. If you eat 2lbs of meat a day and add in a dozen eggs, you should see healthy weight gain and an energy boost. If you do not, I would suspect some sort of issue with your digestive system.

Nice Bro! Were you previously underweight or overweight?  How tall do you stand?

looks like I got some catching up to do  :D

Used to weight 320lbs bro! Did most of my cutting on a cooked low carb regimen, those pics were taken after about 6 months of eating stricly raw low carb.

Im 5'10"

Youll get there man, the only thing stopping you is time when you are eating primal!

Awesome progress man! Keep it up and you will hit your goal of 190lbs!

Here is a pic of me at 193lbs

Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: Raw food outlets in Ontario
« on: July 13, 2010, 09:09:51 pm »
Your local butcher should be able to source the meat easily for you if you live in any populated area of Ontario.

General Discussion / Re: How get more fat with sashimi?
« on: July 13, 2010, 09:08:19 pm »
You could pop 3-4 eggs before you go for sashimi, that would increase your fat intake.


But I am no German.. BTW. -d
I am Norwegian, born  and grown up in Finland, living in Germany.
Complicated, I know.  ;D


Complicated but Im still rooting for Germany :p

Primal Diet / Re: Primal diet books?
« on: July 03, 2010, 01:43:45 am »
Just ordered both books from  Nice that they have a PayPal option.  Looking forward to reading them!

Good job! You wont regret the purchase! Money well spent!

Primal Diet / Re: Primal diet books?
« on: June 30, 2010, 01:06:10 am »
I live in the USA and would like to buy Aajonus' two books, but don't want to pay full price.  Anyone willing to sell their copies?  Or, dare I say this, anyone have the PDF versions who are willing to pass them along?  PM me and we can figure things out.

You dared to say it and you shouldn't have.

Support a man who will change your life if you follow his principles.

You can purchase his books from his website


I've never seen so much ignorance from a non-vegan. He's just one example of why i never ever discuss nutrition with people, there are so many misconceptions that are accepted as facts/common knowledge, it's a lost cause to discuss things like eating large amount of raw meat, 9 out of 10 people look at you like you're from another planet.

I have learned my lesson discussing nutrition with other non raw paleo style eaters. When somebody has an opinion regarding nutrition I just nod and smile and keep my mouth shut  -X

i just read it as well and was thinking of posting a link.

doctors are studying her genetics, what a bunch of morons.  did you read what she eats? "I eat small portions of crisps, sweets, chocolate, pizza, chicken, cake, doughnuts, ice cream, noodles and pop tarts all day long"

there you have it.  in my opinion her digestive system is so shutdown from 5000cal of sweets and cakes.

Agreed, if she was eating properly she would see significant weight gain, probably in spite of her condition. The doctors probably prescribed her diet as most of those foods are very calorie dense.


The meat looks good, leadhead!  ;D


It does look good! Go Germany!

Exercise / Bodybuilding / Re: Punching Bag
« on: May 21, 2010, 10:52:28 pm »
So how is the shoulder??

I had extensive ligament damage after a very hard motorcycle crash Sept 25th 2009. Shoulder is just starting to feel better now after 8 months. Im hoping its near as good as new within the next month or two so I can start bench pressing and hitting the heavy bag again.

General Discussion / Re: Meat-when does it actually go bad
« on: April 21, 2010, 01:16:24 am »
All my beed is Vac packed when I order it, I get a weeks worth of beef at a time. When I get to the last steaks, after 7 days of them being packaged they are just fine. I have even eaten some several weeks old.

General Discussion / Re: Tibetan High Meat
« on: March 05, 2010, 02:24:25 am »
I need to make some high meat, I hear nothing but great things about it and its benefits.

Exercise / Bodybuilding / Re: post workout nutrition
« on: March 04, 2010, 05:02:47 am »
...btw, it is possible to lift for muscle size, definition and funtional strength at the same time. To lift the most efficient way for each is a whole other story.

Exercise / Bodybuilding / Re: post workout nutrition
« on: March 04, 2010, 04:56:33 am »
lol...reading comprehension

You don't seem to know the difference between bodybuilding and strength training which is causing much of the confusion. Lifting weights does not equal bodybuilding. Lifting weights can be powerlifting, oly lifting, bodybuilding or general functional strength training. If you are squatting and deadlifting and lifting for lean functional muscle then you are not by a simple definition, bodybuilding.

By the way, you do not have a 500lb squat. You aren't going low enough.

Like I said, in my situation, it is required to eat PWO, and thats gospel, when it applies to me.

Now your making claims about my lifts, thats fine too, you know nothing about my physice, muscle fibre types, proportions etc... Im not going to sit here and argue with you, if you have head problems that you can cant get your mind around thats fine. Do you own thing, and be happy with it, it someone offers advice that is working and other people are asking for it, dont poopoo it. The way you eat has no scientific provings either, so I dont see where you get off.

I wont discuss this anymore.

Exercise / Bodybuilding / Re: post workout nutrition
« on: March 04, 2010, 04:24:45 am »
I should in a perfect egoless world just let the bodybuilders do their thing without judgment but I'm stricken in my insecure emotionfull mind with a preponderously sized ego to feed so this is where the hate comes from. Most of the time I do not care what other people do when they lift, but sometimes I get the urge to tell them how utterly wrong they are inspite of the fact that I myself could be wrong.

A good example of this came up when you said the likely nonsense that you had to eat immediately after lifting to gain strength. I get angry when I see such crap touted as the truth. What other nonsense do you guys espouse? I hate knowing that so much misinformation is going to be spread around. I dislike our current medical system and most doctors and baseball managers and financial analysts and talk radio hosts and so many more the same way.

Bodybuilding culture implies steroid use, which I would assume there is a high probablity of you having taken it(sorry if this is a wrong conclusion). People willing to risk long-term health for short-term gains. There is so much wrong with bodybuilders - the total time they work out, the minimal strength associated with their muscles, the limited range of motion because of the muscle size, the limited functionality of such muscles, the scar tissue you build up over the years, the endless use of machines that allow you to help you say "I lift very heavy". Its just all a scam like the AHA's diet for diabetics. There are very simple solutions to both gaining strength and ending diabetes yet thanks to some powerful idiots we have a convoluted shit storm that keeps people from finding a simple truth.

Your assumption about me using steroids is entirely wrong. Im 25 years old and have been into bodybuilding for approximetely 4 years. The first 3 years of it have been spent cutting off about 130lbs of fat. While trying to maintain as much lean mass as possible. Yes bodybuilding does have a negative conotation associated with steroid usage, non functional strength and very short life spans due to the drug abuse, and terribly unhealthy diets., but I do not fall into this catagory of bodybuilders.

I didnt say that eating immedietely after lifting is required to gain strength but it is working for me. I feel that My pre workout nutrition (which is my first meal of the day) of 2 eggs 30-45 minutes prior to my workout is essential before lifting, due to me being in a fasted state for approximetely 13 hours prior to lifting. I also feel that my post workout nutrition is also essential to my success due to the fact that all the aminos in my blood have probably been utilized during my workout.

Now your saying that I use all machines? Where are you getting this assumption from? Im quite proud of my 2.5x bodyweight deadlift as well as my 500lb squat. My bench is lacking, but I do have terrible leverages for it, but it is something that Im working on. I actually do use very few machines when Im lifting. My physical culture is VERY, VERY different from most  when it comes to bodybuilding, diet and views on the whole scene in general. I laught at all the add in muscle magazines, and the supplements that the pro's claim to take, that which give them their massive physiques. I too am angry about all the misinformation floating around, it so vast that nobody can possibly know what is right and what is wrong, especially when it comes to nutrition. In my opinion nutrition is PURELY individual, and should be prescribed individually. People may use other people dietary models as guidelines, but must make adjusts to it so that it suits their needs.

Welcoming Committee / Re: Hello! New member here!
« on: March 04, 2010, 04:06:00 am »
Your experience shows just how toxic cooked food really is for us. It's like smoking cigs and then stopping.

Exactly!! Im still detoxing, it will likely take years to get all of the toxins out! Im just glad that I started on raw at a young age!

Off Topic / Re: TylerDurden: Accident & offline for weeks
« on: March 03, 2010, 10:45:41 pm »
I hope you have a speedy and full recovery!

Exercise / Bodybuilding / Re: post workout nutrition
« on: March 03, 2010, 10:30:24 pm »
It seems like you are bodybuilder, the likes of whom I despise. I'm working on getting over this abhorrence, so I apologize. I have no interest in sarcoplasmic hypetropy - useless fluid-filled muscles.

We all have our routines, and eating regimens, mine seem to work for me, so Im going to stick to them....for now. Views on optimal nutritional intake are ever changing, and I dont think that they are as important for raw meat eaters like us.

I enjoy lifting weights, and I do lift very heavy. All of my workouts are focused on increasing lean body mass, and strength. Im not lifting purely for aesthetics, for what reason do you lift weights? I do enjoy bodybuilding, but I do not see why you would despise someone who follows an all natural regimen or raw eating and enjoys the hobby of bodybuilding/powerlifting, can you please explain?

Welcoming Committee / Re: Hello! New member here!
« on: March 03, 2010, 10:19:25 pm »
  Well, it's your choice but I should mention that a LOT of RPDers do very badly on the dairy-heavy etc. sort of diet that AV proposes, over the long-term. Still, a minority might well have no such issues.

I was lactose intolerent as a child, and pasteurized dairy to this day clogs me up, but I seem to be thriving on the raw dairy. I always monitor how my body reacts when I make changes to my diet. If I get negative effects from the increase in dairy consumption, I will decrease the dairy back to where it is now and increase my meat or egg intake.

Welcoming Committee / Re: Hello! New member here!
« on: March 03, 2010, 10:09:10 pm »
Slowly transitioning is probably the best way to go. Can you elaborate on your dextox? What happened?


I just felt run down, lots of congestion coming out of me etc...sounded like I had been smoking for 50 years. It passed and I felt like I had been reborn! It was amazing. If a detox gets too bad, you can always stop it by eating something cooked.

Exercise / Bodybuilding / Re: post workout nutrition
« on: March 03, 2010, 03:46:44 am »
I don't eat anything post workout and before for that matter. Art Devany has an article out somewhere stating that gene expression works best in a glycogen depleted environment. I believe it takes at least 2 days to repair muscles to the level of strength they were, and so eating something right after should do nothing to make the muscle stronger. Eating after working out will probably replenish glycogen stores faster but this seems meaningless for muscle growth.

Amino acids in the blood are a must for rebuilding muscles and replenishing ATP (adenosine triphosphate) during workings to allow for the muscle to be fatigued enough to cause muscle hyperatrophy. Eating immedietely after a workout (I pop 2 eggs) is definetely require to build muscle and prevent catabolism.

Welcoming Committee / Re: Hello! New member here!
« on: March 03, 2010, 03:14:50 am »
I wonder if yogurt isn't a better solution than milk for bulking fast. 

A mixture of both seems to work well. I however am not bulking yet, I am still cutting off some bodyfat. Once I begin my bulk phase, my calories will probably double.

Cutting Nutrition Consists of:

half to one litre of celery/parsley juice
1.5lbs of beef
6-8 Eggs
1 litre of dairy

Bulking would look like this:

1litre of celery/parsley juice
2-3lbs of beef
12-14 Eggs
2 litres of dairy

Welcoming Committee / Re: Hello! New member here!
« on: March 03, 2010, 03:11:25 am »
You mean milk?

1/2 a litre of Yogurt 1 hour after my meat meal post workout and 1/2 a litre of milk around 9:00pm. The yogurt is faster absorbing so it is better post workout then the milk and the milk is good to keep you fed throughout the night due to its longer digestion time and casein protein content. I believe that the proteins in raw milk are about 20% whey (fast absorbing) and 80% casein (slow absorbing).

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