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Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Try this...
« on: June 23, 2010, 12:18:51 pm »
Go to your fridge get a piece of red meat, preferrably lean top round red steak/london broil/top sirloin(whatever kind of lean red meat), put a piece in your mouth and chew it like a piece of gum.  Gradually swallow all the soft pieces of tissue but keep chewing the remainder.  Keep chewing. Keep chewing. eventually when all the red parts of the original piece is gone there will be a white stringy hard piece of whatever.   

my question is what the hell is this?  Fat, protein? neither? some kind of connective tissue?  is this digestible or at all utilized by the body?

Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Calming foods?
« on: May 18, 2010, 10:22:15 am »
Are there any ZC/VLC foods that you guys eat that seems to calm you down?   to put you in a less 'wired' state of mind/less energetic?

When I try VLC I have lots of energy and feel wired most of the time, sometimes this can be a problem... say come night time when I want to sleep but can't because of too much energy.  Or sometimes I want to be in a relaxed state of mind/body when hanging out with the lady watching a movie or other situations that demand a calm state of body/mind.

When I have this problem I purposely eat processed crap with carbohydrates because I know it will slow me down.(makes me tired , lethargic, and calm).  As much as I hate doing this, it is the only solution I have right now.  Any recommendations?

Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / High Meat, weight gain?
« on: May 12, 2010, 11:37:05 am »
AV states in his book that you should NOT eat high meat on a weight loss diet.  Any thoughts or ideas to why?  Could this be a good tool for putting on weight/mass?

Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Beef Liver
« on: March 23, 2010, 02:54:02 pm »
I'm sure this has already been covered but there is a HUGE difference between grassfed liver and grainfed liver from beef.  I received my first shipment from slankers and ate their beef liver for the first time and my god... it was delicious.  I was under the impression that I was getting frozen grassfed liver from my butcher it turns out that I was  getting grain fed.  I always hated the taste and could not even eat it without chasing it down with water. 


Grainfed liver:::
-extremely soft and weak, I could poke at it with my finger and it would crumble, kinda like jello or silly puddy
-taste was horrific, extremely dense pungent smelly god aweful crap, very dark in color.  The only reason I choked it down was for the perceived health benefits
-defrosts extremely fast in room temperature

Grassfed liver:::
- very strong and well shaped, the texture resembles a unripe fruit, I actually had to chew this liver and it was hard to cut up with a knife
- taste was mild and even though it was frozen and thawed it tasted very fresh, I did not have to plug my nose and chase it with water this was a huge relief. 
- defrosted at a normal pace similar to muscle meats
-the digestibility was superb probably because I didn't have to drink so much water to kill the taste

I won't ever eat organs from anywhere else but slankers again, unless there is a farm or something close that I could get a fresh constant supply, but I doubt it.  The difference is night and day with liver.  Liver is truly a powerful anti-fatigue food just like the weston price website says....  Now go eat a liver

~~~~This is for beginning weightlifters who want to gain weight~~~~~
December 23rd -154lbs- January 27th- 161lbs

  I gained 6 pounds in a month.  During this month I began eating raw paleo for the first time in my life.  I don't know how much of it is muscle and I don't really care.  I've always been skinny and now I am finally gaining weight after 4 painful years of minimal gains...


Age 18- 135lbs
Age 19- 145lbs eating bulking SAD diet
Age 20- 145lbs eating bulking SAD diet
Age 21- 154lbs eating anabolic diet/cooked paleo diet with carb loads on the weekend(made good gains)
Age 22- 154lbs......
a few days away from Age 23- Already 161lbs


This radio interview inspired me to try RAW

At LEAST 8 RAW EGGS A DAY(taste like nothing)
1 POUND RAW BEEF CHUCK(taste great)
EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL(by the tablespoon)
RAW GROUND BEEF(taste like shit)
SEARED FISH(as much as I can afford)

This is all I've eaten in the last month, everything is grass fed, fish is farm raised, on saturdays I eat shit SAD food for social reasons, on sundays I eat cooked food during my job.  During the week its all raw baby! 

Things I've noticed- explosive energy, massive sex drive(I binge drink on the weekends and even when I'm drunk that shit shoots straight up!!!), Never dehydrated anymore, food does not weigh me down, I had barley any facial hair and now there is significantly more haha I didnt wanna admit that but hey fuck it, have to cut finger nails every 2 days, skin looks way better(darker color tone), lots of other little things but mostly I care about my strength gains. 

I am stronger than I have EVER been.  Being stronger means more muscle. I follow a VERY simple workout ONCE A WEEK.  No more than 20 minutes in the gym.  SQUATS/DEADLIFT, BENCH, SHRUGS.... that's it people. 
Stop spending hours in the gym doing curls and bodyweight exercises. LIFT HEAVY, REALLY HEAVY.  It doesn't matter how much you can lift as MUCH AS YOU ARE LIFTING 90-95% OF YOUR MAX.  I believe with my new diet and pushing myself to lift HEAVY WEIGHTS ONLY allowed me to gain 6lbs faster than I have ever done in my life before.  You should get a partner to spot you on certain exercises or you won't be able to truly max out.  and guys once a week is enough... Think if you carried a cow back home for dinner once week and made massive muscle gains because the damn thing weighed 1,000 pounds why would your body not hold onto that muscle until the next week.  Trust me don't go to the gym 3 days a week thats useless.  BE PATIENT WAIT A FULL WEEK FOR MUSCLE RECOVERY.  I promise by the end of the 6th day you'll be so pumped and ready to lift again you will see your strength soar!!!! don't forget to change your program every six weeks.

pics and workout log below

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