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Off Topic / Re: Rawpaleo fortunes
« on: March 20, 2011, 04:59:57 am »
Actually I wouldn't advise anyone to go into MLM. That's for gullible fools.

Instead do what intelligent entrepreneurs do. Build your own business providing a service or product that people value.

That's how you get rich. Be on the lookout for opportunity. Then dive and don't look back.

Ignore the naysayers. Have compassion towards them, they have it hard.

Good luck!

Off Topic / Re: Rawpaleo fortunes
« on: March 19, 2011, 08:12:43 pm »
Well you need 3 things: Intent, Entitlement and Detachment.

Write these three words down. They are the keys to the kingdom.

Intent. You've got to decide once and for all that you're going to get wealthy. No half measures you either gonna do it or not. There's power in such a decision.

Entitlement. Do you feel entitled to have lots of money? Does it make you feel uncomfortable if you were to make one million every year? How about $750.000 a month? Still feeling comfortable or did you feel something contract inside your chest? I got most of you right there, didn't I?

Detachment. You've got to be emotionally detached from money. It's just paper with ink on it. You can have more of it by doing certain things.

Money is transferred from one person to the other by means of value exchange. That's the secret. You provide something the other person is willing to give you money for. Look around you, can you notice a need or a problem that a pretty large group of people is having? If not start paying attention, people complain all the time. Then ask yourself how can I solve this problem for them? See where I am going with this. It's just common sense but you are not thinking this way because you lack either one or all three of the above.

I actually gave some tips months ago. How many have used it to improve their situation in life? Has any of you picked up a biography of some of the entrepreneurs I mentioned? Why not? Probably because getting wealthy is not what you really want. You'd rather stay in the fucking poorhouse. That's your choice, I don't really care. But don't come here and tell me it's hard out there. Like you fucking tried and gave it all you got.

You know what's hard? Doing something you don't like for 8 hours every day for the rest of your life. Now that's really really hard.

Only YOU are responsible for the results you're getting and your excuses are just that, excuses.  

Health / Re: Horrible pain, agonizing muscle spasms...
« on: March 16, 2011, 04:29:41 am »
He can't handle grains but keeps eating them like crazy and is falling apart because of it. Best he can do is eat raw animal foods and fruit to minimize the inflammation and see if his body can heal by itself. Possibly even go fruitarian for a couple weeks. But I think he's so addicted to grains that he will rather live like a cripple than give up those precious opioids.

I seriously consider going the durianrider route to promote our way of eating.

I think no one out there should be deprived of what truly creates health.

I am boiling on the inside. Just wait till I unleash my power onto the masses.

We'll have millions eating raw animal foods, mark my words.

General Discussion / Re: What brought you to a Raw Paleo Diet?
« on: March 15, 2011, 09:36:30 pm »
Contrary to most here I did not come from the sickness route or inability to handle SAD. I just observed what gave me most power, energy and vitality and eliminated the rest. But yeah I did have to go through the raw vegan, fruitarian, cooked/raw paleo, primal diet route. Now kicking ass and taking names left and right. I feel my potential growing daily.

Off Topic / Re: Japanese QUake
« on: March 15, 2011, 09:26:23 pm »
I hope this disaster reminds everyone how fragile and precious our human life is and that we should enjoy and be grateful for every moment we are alive.

Japan you rock and you will bounce back like you always have.   

Off Topic / Re: Rawpaleo fortunes
« on: March 15, 2011, 09:13:06 pm »
Weak poll.

Anything lower than 100.000 means you're a wage slave aka someone's bitch.

People go out there a make a fortune for yourself. The money is out there you just have to take it.

It's never been more easy.

Hot Topics / Re: Sex drive on a raw diet?
« on: March 15, 2011, 09:03:28 pm »
Most women out there are extremely unhappy. Part of it has to do with the majority of modern males being weak spineless creatures. What makes them really happy is being in the presence of a strong man who can open them up sexually. A woman's capacity to experience pleasure can be out of this world. Sadly most will never experience this. 

I'm 6ft 4 and seem to absolutely thrive on raw milk. It's THE food to add pure muscle size on your frame.

And yes I used to drink at least a liter of full fat (pasteurized) milk as a kid. Never had any problems with it.

Off Topic / Re: Quote of the Day(inspired by SD's post)
« on: February 26, 2011, 07:14:17 pm »
Maybe the reason he was so happy, and able to enjoy the whisky and wild women was because he was healthy...

check out Mr Chabelo

"You're wrong about the hard-on about Denise Minger since I was a raw vegan when I first read her, and raw vegans can't get hard-ons."
-Erim Bilgin.

good one

Off Topic / Re: Quote of the Day(inspired by SD's post)
« on: February 26, 2011, 01:28:15 am »
from the raw paleo bodybuilder's blog:

To be completely honest, the longest lived individuals are not the raw foodists, not the vegans or vegetarians, not the low carbers…they’re the ones that enjoy the hell out of life. I just read an interview with some 110 year old guy and when they asked him what his secret was, he said, "whisky and wild women." I might be going about this all wrong. - Paul Lundkvist

Hot Topics / Re: Breast Milk Ice Cream Big Hit in London
« on: February 26, 2011, 01:09:40 am »
LONDON—Ice cream made with breast milk has proved a big hit in a London restaurant, with the first batch sold out within days of going on sale, its makers said Friday.

Yeah I also read about a restaurant in Switzerland that was using breast milk. PETA went all bananas saying it's a good thing and would lessen the suffering of dairy cows, lol.

Journals / Re: First Raw Milk/Dairy Journal (USA)
« on: February 25, 2011, 11:05:46 pm »
When I have raw cheese I always eat it with either raw eggs or raw salmon, never alone. It's very easy to overeat the stuff. I think most problems from raw dairy come from excessive intake of it. It was never meant to be available in such an abundance as we enjoy today. The reason lots of raw cheese can be constipating is mainly because it's the concentrated essence of liters of raw milk so your body slows down digestion to extract all the nutrients from it. I have found it's best to consume it in small amounts with a fresh fat source. It's a powerful food and should be respected just like high meat.

Hot Topics / Re: Fruitarian that followed all the rules and still failed
« on: February 25, 2011, 10:31:07 pm »
It's just a matter of time before all 811ers show up here.

Primal Diet / Re: Carbs in the a.m.
« on: February 17, 2011, 02:45:03 am »
Until recently I always had fruit as my first meal in the morning. I would have to eat anywhere between 600-1000 cal to feel like I had a good meal. Now I drink 1 liter of raw milk as my first meal and then have fruit some 4 hours later. If I do it this way I have no desire to eat more than 200 cal fruit but feel more energy than when I used to have a large fruit meal. So the lower & later my fruit intake the more energy I seem to have. Just an observation I wanted to share.

Hot Topics / Re: Care for some human cheese?
« on: February 17, 2011, 01:38:00 am »
Semen is a natural source of ...Vitamin B12

So now we know why some vegans don't get Vit B12 deficiency!

Off Topic / Re: Quote of the Day(inspired by SD's post)
« on: February 15, 2011, 04:10:35 am »
"If a woman respects what you do, what you represent, how you speak, how you carry yourself. You don't have to be overly macho. You don't have to be overly complementary. Gain her respect. Treating her as an equal. Don't bullshit her. Treat her as a human being. Treat her as you would treat yourself. As soon as you have that respect from her, she'll treat you with the same respect that you show. Then, you fuck the shit out of her." -John Holmes

Hot Topics / Re: Care for some human cheese?
« on: February 15, 2011, 04:02:54 am »
    I don't like commercial food.

how about organic grass-fed? bad joke I know

Suckling on women's breasts is fun

Yeah I must say I agree here but I was purely talking about the consumption of human milk as daily food staple.

Off Topic / Re: 5 movies list
« on: February 15, 2011, 02:44:55 am »
4. Pusher Trilogy

I recently watched this. First one was awesome, second and third were pretty depressing. Also in the third they prepare a traditional meat dish but the meat is undercooked and they become very sick running to the bathroom and having abdominal pain. Very funny!

Some of my favorites:

- The Mask
- Chopper
- Collateral
- There Will Be Blood
- Dead Man's Shoes
- Revenge Of The Sith
- The House Of Rothschild

Hot Topics / Care for some human cheese?
« on: February 15, 2011, 02:03:42 am »
I was doing research on raw milk when I came across this...

from the comments:

There are places where human milk is consumed by more than just infants. In most countries of the world, the average age of weaning is between the ages of two and seven. In Mongolia, adults drink breast milk. It's considered a treat. Human breast milk is a perfectly healthy and nutritious food for a human being at any age to consume.

Breast milk is not the same as human flesh, and should never be compared to cannibalism. It is the only food in the universe specifically designed for human consumption. No other food in all of existence was designed by evolution specifically for only humans to eat. It exists for one purpose, and one purpose only, and that is to feed humans.


Would you consume raw human milk if it was commercially available and guaranteed disease-free?

Journals / Re: First Raw Milk/Dairy Journal (USA)
« on: February 08, 2011, 10:18:08 pm »
What amuses me about absurd claims re a few people supposedly somehow having "evolved" to adapt to raw milk is that there is an unspoken implication that such rare people are "highly evolved mutants" who are a master-race somehow superior to the lowly majority who are not  so adapted to raw dairy.

They are indeed superior in a way.

Genetic evidence shows that the mutations conferred an enormous selective advantage on their owners, enabling them to leave almost 10 times as many descendants as people without them. The mutations have created “one of the strongest genetic signatures of natural selection yet reported in humans,” the researchers write.


General Discussion / Re: Honey Wars
« on: February 07, 2011, 04:02:20 am »
From my experiments with raw honey I would say it's the most unpredictable substance of all the raw paleo foods. Sometimes I can eat 200-300gr without any problems and feel very good and then another time I'd eat only 50gr and feel an immediate depowerment in my being. I think it depends on internal chemistry and how various things interact with each other. I did notice less negative effects when having it with raw butter or fruit instead of just straight out of the jar.

I prefer just raw honey but have tried both commercial honeycomb and dirty farmers market honeycomb (which smelled disgusting and tasted extremely nasty).

Journals / Re: First Raw Milk/Dairy Journal (USA)
« on: February 07, 2011, 03:06:45 am »
I merely point out that more people appear to suffer, healthwise, from dairy-consumption than thrive on it.

The 'more people appear to suffer' applies mostly to pasteurized dairy as most problems go away when raw dairy is consumed (unless you're part of the group not yet evolved\adapted to extract nutrients from it). Whole books have been written about just this topic, raw vs pasteurized, health promoting vs health destroying.

Not perhaps always true. I, for example, had a frequent problem with an overly high sex-drive when I was very, very ill, pre-RPD diet, and had morning wood all the time. I think it was Craig(?) who suggested an  interesting, unusual explanation for such symptoms:- the idea is that when men are ill/facing death, the body "tells" the brain to go out looking for sex so as to quickly pass on one's genes before the man dies;

The dude ain't facing death. The raw milk isn't killing him. Nice try but his health seems to be improving.

Journals / Re: First Raw Milk/Dairy Journal (USA)
« on: February 05, 2011, 05:52:23 pm »
For the record, ages ago, before RPD diets, I used to consume a lot of raw milk and cheeses  in the south of France for a month at a time(no pasteurised at all during that period), and I still had fatigue issues with them. The dairy came from grassfed cows from peasant farmers nearby.

Raw dairy wasn't the problem. How your body reacted to it IS. To claim that raw dairy is bad for everyone just because 'when you eat it you get problems' is the wrong way to go about it.

There's people in the rawfoods movement who've been consuming it in vast quantities for decades now and they report no such issues with it. In fact they claim it made them stronger and more vigorous. 

Therefore I mentionend that drinking raw milk for only one month is not long enough to get the answers.

I agree, was just reporting my experience so far.

Also, once again, sleep seems to have been improving one way or another ever since starting drinking milk. I have to throw this out there too.. I got massive "wood" last night while I was sleeping and waking up, but without any sexual desires or dreams. Keep in mind, this hasn't happened to me for a long time now. I do think all of the weight lifting has been paying off. Not only am I getting beneficial hormones I really need here, but I am gaining muscle mass like I haven't ever before.

Morning wood is a sign of true vitality returning to the body and empowering the whole system. You are well on your way to regaining true health and unleashing your potential as an individual.

Journals / Re: First Raw Milk/Dairy Journal (USA)
« on: February 04, 2011, 04:26:49 am »
How long have you been on your zero carb diet?

Not just ZC but Raw Zero Carb for close to half a year. Before that more than half a year Raw Paleo. And before that fruitarian for almost a year. The thing is, energy wise I did fantastic on RZC. If it wasn't for some sleep problems I ran into I would still be on it.
But I'm quite happy with how it all turned out.

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