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Health / how to handle anxiety/stress/panic attacks
« on: June 06, 2014, 04:15:01 am »
What foods and supplements, herbs, etc can help manage stress/anxiety/panic-attacks??

I eat lots of fat and also take ashwagandha, magnesium supplement (oxide or citrate), vitamin 4000 iu per day (liquid form d3), L-Theanine, and holy basil leaf

what am I missing?

General Discussion / Most ideal coconut oil??
« on: January 16, 2014, 10:40:53 pm »
What is the most ideal coconut oil to consume??

Is it tropical traditions gold standard brand??

Or wilderness family naturals raw centrifuged oil?

Or something better??

Health / Are the following supplements safe?
« on: January 11, 2014, 07:20:25 am »
I want to take magnesium and vitamin c:

Not sure exactly which vitamin c to get yet. Which ingredients should i be avoiding and looking out for??


Health / Sleep, anxiety, focusing and thinking issues
« on: January 10, 2014, 07:22:33 am »
Hello everyone, i am having problems with stress, anxiety and problems thinking. Essentially, i just cannot seem to think too much or focus on things... And i have trouble sleeping. Is it a magnesium deficiency? Vitamin d?

General Discussion / How to eat paleo in a foreign country
« on: December 09, 2013, 03:30:21 pm »
I will be travelling to India (state of punjab, city is called chandigarh) and staying there for 5 weeks. Any tips on how I can consume a paleo diet??

Will I be able to take certain foods with me, such as macadamia nuts or fat??

Health / what causes mental problems?
« on: September 25, 2013, 05:08:22 pm »
I have been suffering lately with ADHD, hyperactivity and basically general sense of craziness. I get racing thoughts all the time. I limit carb consumption and although I do not consume raw paleo, I do eat a paleo diet.

Could it be lack of sunlight and serotinin production?

General Discussion / How much fish can one safely consume?
« on: June 13, 2013, 03:13:34 pm »
I am talking about small fish, like sardines, sockeye salmon (wild alaskan native), shellfish, clams

General Discussion / were early humans under-weight?
« on: June 08, 2013, 07:13:45 am »
I don't think early humans (even the hunter-gatherers) were huge muscular men. They were probably under-weight but lean.

General Discussion / How much do you guys spend a month on food?
« on: June 06, 2013, 03:03:05 pm »
I spend about 500-600

General Discussion / organic pastures raw butter
« on: June 06, 2013, 12:57:51 pm »
What is your guys opinion on organic pastures butter? Here is what the cows are fed:

"The pastures are planted and reseeded every 4 years with certified organic pasture seed mix, including: 25% Lofa Festulolium, 19% Persister Brome, 14% Angus Tetrapoliod Perennial Rye Grass, 9% Alfalfa, 8% Strawberry Clover, 6% Trefoil, 3% Tivoli Perennial Rye Grass. This variety of grasses provides for a lush eating selection. Overtime, the pastures have evolved into a beautiful grazing land, and other life has chosen OPDC as their home including: migrating birds, coyotes, gophers, rabbits, pheasants, dove, billions of earth worms, beneficial insects, and an array of organisms that help create an organic ecosystem. This ecosystem and healthy diet transfers into the quality of the milk that the cows produce; thus, giving the raw milk they produce healthy fats! Pasture-fed cows make milk that is 2-4 times richer in heart healthy omega 3 fatty acids, higher in good unsaturated fats, 3 to 5 times higher in CLA content, and is over 400% more in vitamin A and E.

The average milking cow will eat about 2-2.5% of their body weight in dry matter, per day; for example, a 1000-pound cow can eat 167 lbs of grass, per day. Pasture grass is about 85% water. Because of this large demand of pasture grass needed to feed the OPDC milking cows, OPDC cows are supplemented fed organic feed in addition to their continual open access to green pastures. During the colder months of December through February the grass does not grow as rapidly as it does in warmer months, which limits the amount of pasture for the cows to graze. During this natural seasonal dormant period, the cows are supplemented more with baled organic alfalfa.

As an additional supplement feed, OPDC cows are given about 5 pounds per day of organic corn or oats. Milking cows need additional energy in order to produce milk and keep up their body condition healthy. Unlike beef cows that are pasture-fed in the foothills and mountains of CA all year long, milk cows that are provided just pasture during the winter months will weaken and become very thin if they are milked without good feed. Their milk production will drop to near zero and the milking herd will be stressed. OPDC adjusts the cow’s feeding needs during these low pasture-growing periods to prevent the cow from becoming weak and for proper dietary nutrition"

They are fed some grains... but I am not sure if this makes a huge difference. I am mainly concerned about the butter giving me acne issues

General Discussion / Which fruits are ideal to consume?
« on: June 04, 2013, 01:07:07 pm »
Most fruits give me acne, but my body seems to crave them a lot. Don't know if I should just stop eating fruits (Which is really really difficult) or only consume certain ones. I typically consume bananas, blackberries, bluberries, strawberries

General Discussion / Do organic veggies need to be washed?
« on: June 04, 2013, 05:10:20 am »
Should organic veggies be washed?? Also, if fruits are not organic, specfically berries, should they be avoided??

General Discussion / Help me with researching diet
« on: June 01, 2013, 03:49:13 pm »
Hey guys, So I must admit that my researching skills are horrible. I want to become better at researching to find what is the optimal diet for me.

Any hints/suggestions? thanks!

General Discussion / What time do you guys sleep?
« on: June 01, 2013, 12:02:50 pm »
What time do most of you guys sleep?

Hey everyone, I live in Southern California (city of diamond bar), and I am struggling to find a brand of olive oil that is actually olive oil, not rancid, and has all the health benefits. I currently purchase the Kirkland Olive Oil (Costcos brand). According to this olive oil study conducted by UCD, the Kirkland brand meets all the requirements for legit olive oil. But I am not sure if there are any other factors at play (i.e. if its a bullshit study). Also, I cannot find 100% pasture raised eggs. Almost all of the chickens that lay eggs are fed grains.


Health / singulex laboratory results + acne
« on: May 26, 2013, 07:25:03 am »
So I posted about my acne about a year ago. Although it is better, I still suffer from what I consider severe breakouts (that leave me with really bad discoloration). I had some test results done and I would like to post them here to see if anyone can decipher them. I tried the raw meat diet and I could not handle it. I feel as if I am not designed to eat such a diet.

Here are the results:

I was wondering what is the best place to purchase grass fed meat online.  I live in southern california

I typically order from USWELLNESSMEAT ( They claim their beef is 100% grass fed and grass finished. Are there superior beef and meat products out there other than grasslandbeef??

Also, I cannot seem to find a farm that sells 100% pasture raised eggs... all of them supplement the feed with some sort of grain.

I would appreciate the help

Health / Duck eggs
« on: July 10, 2012, 09:20:44 am »
So I want to purchase duck eggs mainly because one duck yolk has 2x more calories than egg yolk. Anyone know wherein southern California I can purchase these eggs? I live 25 minutes from Los Angeles in diamond bar

Journals / Journal of an acne and dermatitis sufferer
« on: July 01, 2012, 04:36:56 pm »
Hello everyone, i have finally decided to go raw paleo. I have suffered from moderate acne on back/shoulders/face for 7 years and severe dermatitis for 2 years. I have scars from this skin affliction. The scars hurt. Hopefully i can put an end to this disease.

I am going to be ordering all my meats first thing in the morning (it is 2 in the morning atm). I will be ordering them from the following website:

I will also purchase some meat at a local farmers market on saturdays (Deydey best beef).

I hope this cures me of my skin problems so that i can maybe live a normal life. I know there are people who have diabetes, headaches, etc etc but i honestly think skin problems that are moderate to severe in nature are the worst. You look like a monster, and everyone treats you like one.

If you guys have any suggestions, i am all ears.

Wish me luck.

Wai Dieters / wai diet + acne/dermatitis
« on: July 01, 2012, 02:39:33 pm »
So i have seen wai diet website, and some people were cured of their acne via wai diet. Would it also work for dermatitis?

I mean i guess i can eventually start eating raw meat (i ate some tonight, almost threw up), especially if i am allowed to eat tons of fruits and some veggies.

Health / raw meats
« on: July 01, 2012, 06:58:37 am »
So i am planning on starting a raw meat diet, with fruits and veggies (and fats such as coconut oil/olive oil).

My main question is, what are the optimal meats that i should be eating to treat my skin condition (acne/seborrheic dermatitis which may be psoriasis as well)?

I can readily obtain grass fed ground beef (not sure of the fat content), pasture raised eggs (vital farms eggs), extra virgin coconut oil AND olive oil (Cold pressed for olive oil),

I realize that the best meats are the ones with the fattiest fat on it. I have no idea where to begin.

P.S., i also can get a rack of lamb from sams club (Costs 22 dollars). Also wild caught salmon. Would these help in my healing?

Please help me guys. I am very confused

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