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Science / More data on the benefits of bacteria
« on: May 21, 2019, 07:59:07 pm »

The above, along with other scientific data linking higher intelligence to bacteria does seem to imply that regularly eating some high-meat is a very good idea.

Off Topic / Nature Deficit Disorder
« on: May 19, 2019, 02:35:48 pm »

Being surrounded by Nature helps avoid myopia to some extent, and reduces the chance of many other conditions. While I despise the Royal Family, with the sole exception of Prince Phillip, Kate has the right idea, if only on this subject.

Off Topic / Something to ponder as regards high-meat
« on: May 15, 2019, 12:10:47 am »
I was just wondering why we are told by AV et al to eat high-meat that has  bacteria in it exposed to air(ie aerobic bacteria). Surely, if the high-meat bacteria are supposed to populate the gut, then anaerobic bacteria would be more likely needed instead?

Off Topic / Mother has baby taken away because of something she ate
« on: May 14, 2019, 08:41:59 pm »

RPD families should be wary of authorities interfering due to their RPD lifestyles. The above article is just 1  example among many.

Hot Topics / Usefulness of vegan propaganda
« on: May 13, 2019, 09:23:25 pm »

I would not mind the idea of animals being raised better(I already encounter chicken eggs in Austrian supermarkets which are now claimed to have been fed on grasses and herbs instead of the usual soy claims), I just hope that this does not lead to no animals at all being slaughtered or used for milk or eggs.


People in past centuries have used raw meat facials and the like. It seems that veganism, being a proper movement, now has people cashing in on vegan burgers and other highly-processed rubbish. What next? Vegan hairdressers? Vegan manicurists? I note that vegetarians in  c.1900-era Germany would  go in  heavily for naturism? Quite frankly, I find naturism more of a RPD-oriented  pastime, given the nakedness of the, ahem, raw flesh etc. Or maybe RPDers could make some cheap, unprocessed beef jerky to sell to RPDers? Just some ideas to expand the movement.

Off Topic / Interesting article
« on: April 25, 2019, 10:46:46 am »

Note:- "And, in the past, we were even more powerful. Studies of ancient bones have shown that, between 5,300 BC and AD 100, women had stronger arms than today’s elite male rowers." I have often pointed out that palaeo-era humans had far better strength than modern athletes, but even Neolithic-era peoples had better physical strength.

Off Topic / Testimonial re egg allergy
« on: April 20, 2019, 11:23:19 pm »

I sympathise with the guy since he seems to have had similiar, albeit less severe, experiences  as I had with raw and pasteurised dairy products.  I would strongly recommend that anyone new to RPD diets does a food-intolerance/allergy test so they can avoid some potential problems on a RVAF diet.

Hot Topics / The war against vegans...
« on: April 18, 2019, 12:02:56 am »

Dear God, if someone had stated that they did not want blacks or gays as tenants, they would be banned from airbnb from life. Admittedly, it seems that a lot of these landlords are actually not necessarily banning meat-eaters but are simply only offering either vegan or vegetarian meals. Hmm, in a few years, I may have the option of renting out  rooms at a new address, and it would be fun to  insist on only offering raw meat meals like beef tartare or ceviche or whatever.

Off Topic / US/UK etc farmers being hit
« on: April 14, 2019, 05:20:32 pm »

The above is a typical example. UK dairy farmers are also being hit badly by competition, except for a few that provide raw cows milk. I was hoping that Brexit would prevent EU dairy being imported into the UK(EU has far lower food standards than the UK), thus helping things, but UK politicians have betrayed voters, and some, like May, are deliberately sabotaging Brexit. Even worse, the US is hoping for a soft Brexit where they can shove their far lower-quality foods on the British. This sort of thing does provide some incentive to start one's own farm.

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