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Hot Topics / Liver and glandular supplement?
« on: June 13, 2011, 03:31:12 am »
Anyone know of a safe liver supplement? 
I found "Ultra Glandulars Raw Liver Concentrate."
All you can suggest as good glandular products would be so helpful  :)

Thank You!!

Primal Diet / High Fruit?
« on: April 23, 2011, 02:24:20 am »
I know about high meat but "high fruit"?
Have seen it mentioned in a past thread.

Would high fruit be fruit that is over ripe and turning acidic? 
Or is there a process one needs to do to the fruit?

Welcoming Committee / New with a beginner challenge
« on: April 20, 2011, 10:37:30 am »
Hello everyone!
I am new and have too many questions - so i have spent most of my time reading past posts  ;)  with a little activity in some threads  :)

Has anyone (I'm sure there has) come into this diet with success from a primarily raw vegan diet?  If so how did you transition in? 
What did your daily eating look like (brk, lunch, dinner or only 2 meals day etc...)?

I'm used to only eating raw vegan (fiber) foods. 
So i am not sure if it is best to keep doing what i am doing (adding egg yolks and 1 raw meat dinner a day - to a less veg diet) or is it better to just jump in and only have veg's juiced and eat raw meats and egg yolks?

Any idea's or tips on how you did this and made it work?

Thank you so much!!!

Health / Best form of paleo for bowel health?
« on: April 04, 2011, 10:04:52 am »
HI, I am new girl here and rather confused on what form of paleo i need to try in order to improve my bowel health?  I've been raw for 5 years now, mainly vegetarian with a little raw meat here and there.  I am thinking fiber may not be the best thing in the world for "proper" colon health anymore?  

which Paleo plan has everyone found to work best to make bathroom time easy and quick?  
What foods are easiest to pass or get fully absorbed by the body so you don't need to have many BM's?  

I was thinking that maybe a diet high or exclusively of foods that most if not all is absorbed by the body, is that even possible?  
I think most if not all meat and fats are absorbed right?  and fruits too?  but all veggies have fiber that is not digested so that may put strain on the colon?  Just my assumptions so if i am wrong or you have any insight on this - I really want to know :-)

I have a medical condition called "tortured redundant colon" meaning i have many twists/knots in my colon that it takes a long time to complete a bowel movement which leads to constipation, straining, hemorrhoids etc...  

insight on diet plans?

thank you!!

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