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I am not able to get the wild liver/heart, but lungs of deer are offered to me.

So my question is, if lungs are equally healthy and is it worth to buy them?

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Off Topic / Palmistry: Changing of your palm lines due to Raw Paleo diet?
« on: September 28, 2018, 06:22:16 pm »
Have you noticed any change in your palm lines due to Raw Paleo diet?



I am not talking only about health line, but in General about whole changes in Palm lines and Palm structure.

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I am sometimes washing it and some times not (while I am confused right from the beginning if I have to do it or not  :) )

OK, I wash meat pieces, but if it is ground meat, then I eat it without washing.

And I have also never tried washing Suet  :)

Chicken I don't eat.


So, do you wash your meat or not?

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Hot Topics / Sweating: Why and how to control excess sweating?
« on: July 31, 2018, 01:57:37 am »
Problem is of Summer and Sweating

Why is it?

I drink 2-3 litres of water in summer, but somehow release 4-5 litre of water through sweating  :)

Any help?

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To Senior Members:
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It seems to me that our forum (rawpaleodietforum) is not so active as it was in the past.

I don't know what is the rate of new people turning to raw paleo as compared to the past.

When new visitor comes to our forum, then it is difficult for them to understand raw paleo. "Search" option is not optimal for the new comers as they don't know what they should search for. 

The best thing at moment is the informations to the newcomers section by Tylor (really helpful). But still it needs a lot more of material to become convince and to get the courage to go raw paleo.

Here came the detailed raw paleo book/wiki project, which was supposed to have enough informations to cover almost all the topics.

I don't know what happened to that project.

Any how, it seems to me that "Video" project may be easier than wiki/book project.

For example, Derek has 10 youtube Videos. They are excellent and I have seen them many times. But I know that Derek has written a lot more of informations in this forum in different threads, in different replies. 

So my question is, if it would be possible for the senior members here to make some kind of Video Project about raw paleo diet? Or at least an individual project would also be cool.

Therefore, my request is to make Videos ... videos about every thing from your life ... how you eat, what you eat, how you store meat, how you live, how you exercise ....  This is different than this forum where informations get lost among many many threads and replies.




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General Discussion / Raw Cod Liver? Has anyone tried it?
« on: March 11, 2018, 11:04:47 pm »

I wonder if any one has tried raw cod liver?

How does it taste?

Did you feel any health benefits after eating it?

Lately I found canned rod liver in the market, but I am not found of canned foods. But I tried it and it tasted good. That is why I am wondering if any one has tried raw cod liver?

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General Discussion / Is fish roe a super food (like organs)?
« on: February 09, 2018, 04:05:06 pm »
After a lot of search I find a source where I could buy a carton of 10 kg frozen Roe (Salmon) for 100 Dollars.

Before I make this investment, I want to know:

(1) Is fish roe a super food (like organs)? Or is it similar to  chicken egg?

(2) How does it taste?  How you eat it?  Do you add salt to it? How much fat does it have (nutrition value)?

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Does it still be considered 100% grass fed?
Does the difference is only of "taste", or also of the nutrients?
Do the cattle repair the damage from Silage in the summer months when they eat only fresh grass?


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Off Topic / What to do with apples and grapes from your garden?
« on: March 07, 2017, 06:26:56 pm »
We have got a summer garden this year. There are 3 Grapes and 2 Apples Trees in the Garden which give a lot of fruits.

Now question is what to do with them?

Is there any way of preserving/fermenting their juice without the formation of alcohol?

Or what else could be done with them. Any suggestion?

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Off Topic / Compulsive Hoarding ... any Cure through Raw Paleo possible?
« on: August 20, 2016, 04:35:35 pm »

One of my friend is in crises situation.

His wife got severe Nerves problems. Main problem is compulsive hoarding.

He discussed it with me while I am changing my diet to Paleo and already having good effects. Unfortunately, I am too new to Paleo to give him any advice.
He told me that she went for cure in the clinic for 8 weeks, but nothing worked.

Please help.

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Health / Dental Braces for 9 years old girl ...
« on: July 01, 2016, 03:45:36 am »

My cousin's daughter has very narrow face and jaw. She eats nothing healthy.

She eats/drinks practically no milk, no meat, no vegetables, no fish. She eats only bread and rice and noddles and that too not so much.

She already have health problems (nasal congestion 12 months, she could only breath through open mouth, no stamina to run or to walk longer, childish behaviour as compared to kids of her age.

Now dentist is saying that she has narrow jaw and new teeth are not getting enough space to come out at the proper place. Dentist suggested detal braces (which cost a lot) and still no guarantee that they will work at the end.

I am always telling her to eat properly, and she has responded little positively and now she has started drinking milk (raw milk, but not from grass fed cow). She has also eating fish finger. In fruits, she eats bananas, apples, strawberry and some  times also oranges (Raw Paleo is not for her as her parents are themselves not convinced).

How can I help this little girl?   :(



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I told the Butcher (butchers) about glands.
But they have absolutely no Idea what I am talking about.

That's why I want to request Sabertooth to plz. help. He already made whole series about butchering the sheep which is extremely interesting and helpful. He also eats the glands. So, he is the perfect candidate for this request.

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Off Topic / Help: Vegan Attack Meat Eaters
« on: May 31, 2016, 01:23:59 am »
I don't know how to counter their arguments. Please guide.



(Sorry, I am not allowed to post the external links in forum).

Meat and the Environment

Raising animals for food requires massive amounts of land, food, energy, and water and causes immense animal suffering.

Climate Change

A staggering 51 percent or more of global greenhouse-gas emissions are caused by animal agriculture, according to a report published by the Worldwatch Institute. According to the United Nations, a global shift toward a vegan diet is necessary to combat the worst effects of climate change.

Water Use

It takes an enormous amount of water to grow crops for animals to eat, clean filthy factory farms, and give animals water to drink. A single cow used for milk can drink up to 50 gallons of water per day—or twice that amount in hot weather—and it takes 683 gallons of water to produce just 1 gallon of milk. It takes more than 2,400 gallons of water to produce 1 pound of beef, while producing 1 pound of tofu only requires 244 gallons of water. By going vegan, one person can save approximately 219,000 gallons of water a year.

Pollution

Animals raised for food in the U.S. produce many times more excrement than does the entire human population of the country. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), animals on U.S. factory farms produce about 500 million tons of manure each year. With no animal sewage processing plants, it is most often stored in waste “lagoons” (which can be seen in aerial views of factory farms) or it gets sprayed over fields.

Runoff from factory farms and livestock grazing is one of the leading causes of pollution in our rivers and lakes. The EPA notes that bacteria and viruses can be carried by the runoff and that groundwater can be contaminated.

Factory farms frequently dodge water pollution limits by spraying liquid manure into the air, creating mists that are carried away by the wind. People who live nearby are forced to inhale the toxins and pathogens from the sprayed manure. A report by the California State Senate noted, “Studies have shown that [animal waste] lagoons emit toxic airborne chemicals that can cause inflammatory, immune, irritation and neurochemical problems in humans.”

Land Use

Using land to grow crops for animals is vastly inefficient. It takes almost 20 times less land to feed someone on a plant-based (vegan) diet than it does to feed a meat-eater since the crops are consumed directly instead of being used to feed animals. According to the U.N. Convention to Combat Desertification, it takes up to 10 pounds of grain to produce just 1 pound of meat, and in the United States alone, 56 million acres of land are used to grow feed for animals, while only 4 million acres are producing plants for humans to eat.

More than 90 percent of all Amazon rainforest land cleared since 1970 is used for grazing livestock. In addition, one of the main crops grown in the rainforest is soybeans used for animal feed. (The soybeans used in most veggie burger, tofu, and soy milk products sold in the United States are grown right here in the U.S.)

Oceans

While factory farms are ruining our land, commercial fishing methods such as bottom trawling and long-lining often clear the ocean floor of all life and destroy coral reefs. They also kill thousands of dolphins, sea turtles, sharks, and other “bycatch” animals. Coastal fish farms release feces, antibiotics, parasites, and non-native fish into sensitive marine ecosystems. In addition, since most farmed fish are carnivorous, they are fed massive quantities of wild-caught fish. For example, it takes up to 3 pounds of fish meal to produce every pound of farmed salmon.

 

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General Discussion / How much % Fat? How much Meat? How much Organ Meat?
« on: February 14, 2016, 12:07:47 am »
How to get the Quick Help?
I tried to search these questions, but there are so many threads that I am unable to digest them. Is there any raw paleo book where things have been presented in systematic and simple way? Let us begin:
(1) Normally the minced meat that I get, it has 20% fat content. Is it enough or fat content should be near 30% or 40%? It is difficult for me to calculate the things in calories.
(2) And how much meat are you eating per day (including fat)?
(3) Lastly, what is minimum amount of organ meat that is necessary?

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