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Primal Diet / Re: A1 versus A2 dairy, any difference?
« on: January 12, 2019, 12:05:56 pm »

The ideal case is that I can eat more fatty cuts of meat, but the problem is I can´t digest them yet, as my stomach acid is still not strong enough, plus I need a ratio of about 60 fat to 40 protein or more, otherwise digestion is bad. Ideally I would eat cheap fatty cuts, or osso buco which has the bone marrow included, together with some lard or tallow. Raw fat is too hard to digest and where I live there are no healthy animals around. So the only way would be the osso and the fatty cuts, or homemade bacon in extra fat. I´d like to phase out dairy a bit, by eating less dairy but with higher fat content, like butter.

How did you achieve turning away from dairy and how did your body take it? You just stopped all of a sudden? And how was your digestion? Sabertooth said to go on a 2 day water fast to possibly reset the microbiome. Did you do something like that?

I also noticed how dairy would entirely inhibit my ability to digest raw animal fats. Drinking milk with fatty meat would make it seem like the meat is just swimming in the milk and not digesting fully.  I tried limiting the amount of meat and fat while drinking larger amounts and lessening the fat. It helped a little, but overall my gut never felt right with dairy no matter the protocol or ratio.

I believe the enzymes and probiotics that work to digest raw animal fat are squelched out by dairy, especially in people like myself who were enzymatically insufficient. After a week or so of drinking milk daily the fats begin to pass through entirely undigested, and I lose my cravings for any extra fats. The milk sugar seems to throw me out of keto, and though temporarily it will give me energy and stimulate hunger and weight gain... it leads to episodes of hypoglycemia, digestive distress, and a host of other symptoms which lead me to abstain altogether.

Using dairy for only short periods, I could usually rebalance the gut within a week or so...I imagine someone who relied on it for longer periods of time, while never truly adapting to high levels of animal fat, would have a much more difficult time eliminating it from the diet. It could take up to three weeks to rid the gut of the milk sugars, fats, proteins, and microbes that inhibit adaptation to raw animal fat digestion.

I recommend a short term fast to help jumpstart the keto process, but its important to not starve yourself, three days water fast max, and to make sure you have the best fatty meats available once dairy has been eliminated. Try to obtain a variety of different fats... marrow, caul fat, suet, brain, sweet breads, tongue. Beware of cooked fats like tallow and lard, especially from unknown sources.

Once the body becomes starved for overall calories and has no other alternative, then it will be much more eager to rev up the long dormant keto metabolism. If you can get past the hurdle of raw fat digestion, then everything becomes much easier to balance. For me I can eat copious amounts of Raw fat, but there may have been some anomaly which isn't shared by most people. Before starting the Raw paleo diet I experimented with a high fat vegan diet, where everything was covered with olive or coconut oil. I spent a month eating low glycemic vegetables covered with plant fats. After weeks of enduring such an abusive dietary regimen, raw animal fats were easy to breakdown. Around the same time ealy into the transition I was using coconut butter to supplement fat, because of the lean goat meat I was eating didn't have enough. Raw Coconut butter seemed to help prime my fat burning metabolism, and I still to this day eat a couple of tablespoons with my meals...though again I could be as much an anomaly as the coconut itself.

Primal Diet / Re: AVOID rainwater drinking
« on: December 27, 2018, 01:20:00 pm »
The sky over Kentucky this morning was loaded with trails, I was tempted to go down the rabbit whole of " Chemtrails" "Geo Engineering"....Then the thought occurred to me that since its the Holidays air traffic is at peak levels, so it would make sense for there to be more contrails this time of year.

Collecting blood from a carcass would depend a lot on how the animal was killed, and to the degree in which it has already been cleaned. I cut the throat and bleed out my sheep, so that there isn't a lot of blood left inside the carcass. When the sheep is pregnant the fetal blood will pool in the intestinal area and can be taken out with very little loss.

If an animal is shot by a hunter and dies without having any major artery bleed out, the the carcass will be full of clotting blood, that could be scooped out into a container. The liquid plasma will separate from the clots of blood cells, so you could have a portion that is  liquid. The clots can be blended up to a more liquid consistency to be used as a drink, but I usually just wolf down a chunky mouthful of the whole clot.

The best way to get blood is to be on sight when the animal is killed and either bleed it out yourself, or collected it from the abdominal area during the gutting( hopefully without rupturing the gut and ruining the party)

Primal Diet / Re: Red Meat Intolerance?
« on: December 17, 2018, 09:50:34 am »
Fat quantity and quality definitely could be a major issue.

Egg yolks(especially grain fed) can cause issues like the ones mentioned. Histamines and other antigenic substances in foods can act in insidious ways, and being inundated with these substances can make it difficult to pinpoint the exact trigger. It can take a couple of weeks of elimination of possible problem foods such as "eggs", in order to clear the gut to the point where you can begin to rebuild and heal, using a variety of pure quality animal foods.

Raw fats from ruminating pasture raised animals would be much more ideal to try.
Bone Marrow, Suet, Fatty cuts....

Ive had to throw any sense of tradition out the window when adopting this diet..... just thinking about the kind of standardized gluttony which surrounded the family holiday dinners of my youth makes me feel SAD. Candied Ham, overcooked turkey, every form of gluten imaginable, sweet potatoes covered in marshmallows....and then there were the decadent deserts of pies, cakes, pudding...everyone went into a diabetic coma afterward, which was always blamed on the tryptophan in the turkey.

Thank God I no longer celebrate the birth of Jesus in such a heathenistic fashion

Sacrilegious tragedy aside...... Ive been working on some real rawsome treats that could be enjoyed anytime of the year, though my homemade puddings may be a little difficult for some to stomach....

The last sheep I butchered had a couple of fetuses.... so I took a little of the placenta, amniotic fluid and blended it with the mothers stomach and a piece of pancreas to top it off...It was surprisingly good, the amniotic fluid and placenta give the carnal holiday pudding a creamy, bloody and salty-sweet quality.

Off Topic / Re: Kentucky RPD friendly household
« on: December 15, 2018, 12:16:51 am »
I would be open to hosting a Paleo traveler. My girlfriend and I have a couple of rentals that we rely upon for income, I'm not yet sure if we would be able to host for the entire 3 month stay, but we could make a special offer through Air B&B for $500 a month?

You could send a message if interested

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: December 14, 2018, 11:48:07 pm »
There is a lot to considered when putting oneself out into the public arena, and I had the thought of waiting a few more years to gain more experience and credibility before embarking upon a more expansive crusade. Yet the writing is on the wall and it would seem now is the time to bring the raw and carnal message into the forefront of the health discussion.

 It comes down to timing and logistics.... currently I have a couple of large remodel projects, a pond to finish, and am planning on taking a road trip to a sunny beach through the new year holiday.

I am sure there must be a growing audience that would be interested in the type of content I could provide, and I do have an intention, at the very least, to do a new series showing start to finish, the harvesting and storing of a whole animal, along with detailed segments highlighting what to do with the various different parts individually.

Off Topic / Re: Vegetable police turned raw carnivore
« on: December 08, 2018, 01:21:13 pm »
I began trolling VPs comment section after he began his carnivorous experiment, leaving many detailed messages regarding the benefits of raw meat...and offering helpful tips.... now he is following a raw carnivorous diet of mostly sheep meat.

I have been fervently prophesying for years that it would only be a matter of time before people in the wider world would learn of the benefits of Raw Meat based diets. I was dismissed repeatedly by many people for suggesting that one day Raw Meat consumption would be a topic of mainstream discussion. Buried within the nearly 3000 post and personal messages on this forum is  numerous examples of a deeply held conviction that we would not be ignored and relegated to the fringe forever.

Though the current spike in interest is catalyzed by an explosion of independant Youtube advocates, I do not believe the movement will be contained to just health centric social media channels. We are breaking through to more mainstream arenas...the low carb craze is expanding well beyond the youtube community.. I personally know many people now going keto with great benefits...and once those people learn about carnivore, and then Raw Carnivore, there will be no stopping millions of people within the next few years, from shifting toward these kinds of diets.

The establishment medical complex is being blindsided by recent developments, and their lack of response will only fuel dissention in the ranks. Intelligent people from within the system will begin to have their eyes opened and they will abandon the old beliefs and join in mind, body, and spirit, with this carnal embracing renaissance, that seeks to explore more optimal ways of nourishing and nurturing humanity, as the species continues to evolve ever forward in triumph!

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: December 07, 2018, 02:14:20 pm »
New inquiry

I'm an independent producer working on a new project. I travel the country producing videos on real life people that are unique or do extraordinary things such as yourself.  I'm fascinated with your story your diet.  I've watched a few of your interviews and I'm interested in learning more about your diet and why it works for you.  I'd love to feature you in one of my videos coming up.

My Youtube page has reached over 130k subscribers and this might be a good opportunity to collaborate.  As you can see each one of my videos is done in a professional manner and I take great pride in my work. 

If you'd have a moment to jump on the phone for a quick discussion I'd be happy to talk with you? I look forward talking with you.

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: December 07, 2018, 02:13:12 pm »
Primal Edge gets into the high meat


Relevent new data on the subject

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: December 05, 2018, 12:43:18 am »
Postponed again, It will happen, but I will quit trying to post the exact time, and will just link the interview if and when it happens.

The primal edge is into high meat now

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: December 04, 2018, 07:37:09 am »
I have heard his past diatribes warning against blood drinking, and it seems more of a moral prejudice, than an issue with the health aspects. He believes blood drinking, if encouraged, will eventually lead to the rise of Aztec level human sacrifice cults.

We have debated the subject in length through emails and I believe his overall attitude toward raw meat and blood is growing more positive.

Parenting / Re: Low Milk Supply (breastfeeding)
« on: December 03, 2018, 11:42:44 am »
It would seem you are following a reasonable course of action....still I would suggest that the baby being frustrated is part of the process which triggers increase in milk supply. Each case is individual and there are always other factors to consider but generally speaking, pumping especially early on can disconnect the mother and baby bond which dictates how much prolactin hormone is released.

Also depending on what kind of bottle nipple you use, will affect how the baby will nurse. Too fast of a flow nipple will make them less willing to work for it when it comes to actual nursing.

Many mothers who pump and bottle feed end up drying up because the baby after being feed pumped milk, doesn't latch on and stimulate the adequate release of milk hormones. Also mothers will become worried when their babies struggle and give up too soon, before the flow really begins to kick in.

Off Topic / Re: Give us a laugh !
« on: December 03, 2018, 11:37:52 am »
I always hated Broccoli too!

Parenting / Re: Low Milk Supply (breastfeeding)
« on: December 03, 2018, 10:51:03 am »
There are a number of factors to consider, my 4 children were breastfed and the mother had supply issues come and go with each of them. Sometimes it just takes a little time to come in.

There are a number of herbal tea mother's milk formulas and different foods which seemed to increase production in the mother. Though it wasn't paleo, fried rice would really make her swell up with milk. At least small amounts of rice would be a better alternative to gluten grains until you could more fully transition into a paleo style diet.

Start out with more fatty cuts.... fats are critical for early childhood development, and making sure you have adequate quantities of good fat is important for quality milk production.

Pumping isn't ideal, I understand that in the modern world it may be necessary, but it doesn't stimulate milk production the same as frequent nursing.

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: December 01, 2018, 11:18:39 am »
The Pod Cast has been moved up to 12:30 est Tues 14-04

Off Topic / Re: Medical blunder
« on: November 30, 2018, 04:49:53 am »
There is still so much ignorance and mythology regarding the nature of viral phenomenon.....its absurd to think medical technicians are capable of accurately predicting and formulating the proper strain of flu antigen, in order to protect the population from their own naturally occurring periodic viral induced purging episodes.

It is my view that mass vaccinations interfere with the biological rhythms involved in the symbiotic sharing of viral messaging signals. These viral signals are necessary elements to life's integrity.  Viral outbreaks trigger mutagenic adaptations needed for organisms that share common environments to be able to maintain genetic viability within interconnected populations. Interfering with this delicate dance through artificial antigenic inoculations may have dire consequences beyond the limited scope of the farcical safety studies conducted by the overseeing authorities.

Though I believe on the whole, that mass vaccination may have potential for major insidious effects, I also have a faith in the inherent veracity of life's ability to overcome any and all obstacles, be them naturally occurring or human engineered. The damage of past exposure can be mitigated. The immune system can heal and realign itself with the viral rhythms of seasonal cycles of influenza.

Vaccines work to strengthen the immune system in the same way steroids work to strengthen the muscular system. Sure these artificial means evoke powerful biological responses, but there are consequences to such drastic interventions, regardless of what the drug making overlords will admit.

Just as there are more healthy ways to increase your physical strength than injecting steroids, there are much better methods of increasing the strength of your immune system, than injecting Genetically modified viral DNA into the body.( This should be common sense to anyone with a deep understanding of how biology actually works!)

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: November 29, 2018, 10:15:42 am »
Primal edge pod cast set for Friday Nov 30 12:00 PM EST

General Discussion / Re: eating uterus and ovaries
« on: November 20, 2018, 02:11:12 am »
I have eaten ovaries, uterus and placenta. There shouldn't be any reason you would need to ration the amount. Use your own sense of taste to decide how much is good to eat at one time.

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: November 19, 2018, 11:59:13 am »
Tristan from the Primal Edge wants to do a follow up pod cast in the near future, and I will post any updates here as soon as we figure out a day and time.

Science / Re: Bacteria in gut same as in brain....
« on: November 17, 2018, 02:31:45 am »
I agree its a chicken vs egg situation....does exposure to healthy bacteria lead one to seek healthy foods, or does exposure to healthy foods inherently promote the growth of healthy bacteria? 

Such questions are at the hearts crux of this long standing conundrum, where rational science is seemingly willfully ignorant of the spiritual and energetic nature of what makes for a healthy balance, within all biological systems. Foods that are pure and unadulterated will feed the growth of life promoting microbes...but even catabolic microbes which dissolve and decay have a necessary place in maintaining the balance. The synergy of the entirety of lifes symbiosis, cannot be parsed into bits of linear data. False dichotomy between good and bad bacteria does not hold up to the newer discoveries which go beyond the limitations of the defunct Germ Theory of disease hypothesis.

The presences of different strains of bacteria that are prebiotically cultivated in the gut are not the cause in and of themselves of the conditions of health or disease...instead they are more like a symptomatic indication of the holistic synergy...The modern day Priest of the white coat clans, are only beginning to uncover the pervasive interrelationships between the almighty microbes and its human subjects. There is still much room for misunderstanding and misinterpretation of the data...this is in part due to a deeply and hopelessly ingrained pathos, that these natural and spiritual elements which promote health and vitality, within living symbiotic systems, can somehow be isolated, extracted, patented and then sold as a cure all to people whose own environments are in want of healthy conditions.

Science / Re: Bacteria in gut same as in brain....
« on: November 16, 2018, 12:11:09 pm »
This information is going mainstream, and evidence does indicate that behavior is influenced by bacterial factors.

There are indications being discovered that some foods promote the growth of positive behavior modifying bacteria.

Science / Re: Bacteria in gut same as in brain....
« on: November 14, 2018, 12:49:51 pm »
The implications are profound.

Its very likely these microbes directly affect the functioning of the brain, and could even alter the behavior of the organism on a wholistic level. This crescendo of complex symbiotic dances, of worlds within worlds, of dynamic creation manifest, is just beginning to be understood.

If gut microbes produce the precursors to neurotransmitters in the gut, excrete mutagenic substances which alter the form and structure of the entire nervous system, and are found to be living in symbiosis within the tissue of the brain, then what role would they play in controlling the mind and behavior of its host organism? (Fascinating)

Could it be that the catabolic symbiotic putrefying gut bacteria consumed by our ancient ancestors had neurogenic properties which directly stimulated the genesis of our extraordinary cerebral systems. Think of high-meat and its euphoric effects...and of the bacterial process which would convert the proteins and fatty acids of prey animals into the most awesome evolutionary feat ever( the doubling in size of the hominid brain) Were these brain bacterial organisms passengers along for the ride or are they the conductors of the crazy train that is the human mind?

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