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Health / Re: BAD BREATH - What to do?
« on: November 19, 2018, 04:28:16 pm »
I am resuming this thread because I noticed to have unpleasant breath after eating meat. It comes from my stomach as cleaning my mouth doesn't help. Is there any food which I could eat afterwards that could improve the situation?
And how can you tell that the reason are detox, gut or liver problems? I really hope it is a temporary thing...

Welcoming Committee / Re: Nice to meet you all, from Italy
« on: November 12, 2018, 04:13:49 am »
I agree. I eat just a few nuts a month, just wanted to mention. And yes they are shelled, I used to soak them once, now not anymore. Simply because I eat a few when I want a snack, and soaking them implies that you have to program when to eat and how much.

About dairy, I stopped to consume all dairy products two weeks ago, to see if my skin would improve. It didn't. So I feel confident to reintroduce just kefir, even if I have no issues drinking raw milk or eating raw cheese. Still, I will not consume them anymore, for now.

Fortunately I got my Ehret's book in a library, so I don't have it hehe. I totally agree with you about believing the people who write about health in their books. Everyone could claim that his/her system is the PERFECT ONE. But we are all different and we have to take the hard way of discovering our own dietary pattern.

Well, this dairy debate seems never come to an end.
People have many problems with it, other people thrive on it.

The only possible conclusion that I can make is : "Dairy food may vary considerably its effects because of source and the type (cheese, milk, kefir) and there are people who can tolerate it and other who can't."

Welcoming Committee / Nice to meet you all, from Italy
« on: November 12, 2018, 02:21:07 am »
Hello there,
I like forums, used them a lot. Hopefully here we can discuss and help each other, too.

About me: I am 25, currently on raw primal diet, mainly influenced by Aajonus work. I feel good, just recently I have a skin problem. My face's skin is dry and covered with red spots, similar to fungi like Candida (I looked at pics on the web and seems very similar). Moreover since a month the skin when my hair grow is dry and not looking so great. I am trying to figure it out.

I became eating raw animal food since August, when I tried my first raw egg. Delicious! After that I slowly continued to try new and new things, like muscle meat, liver, kidneys, brain, heart, raw kefir, raw milk, raw cheese and honey. Occasionally I eat nuts. So far I feel this was the missing point I was lacking, because since 3 years I am VERY interested in a healthy living, structure of our society, what is going wrong, big pharma plans, environmental pollution and so on.

I was on a basic Italian diet until 3 years ago, then a book of Arnold Ehret completely blew my mind and I removed all the processed food and animal products. I became vegan, eating wholegrain cereals, salads, fruits and legumes. The usual stuff. (except tofu and seitan).

From veganism I transitioned to raw-veganism a year and a half ago, ending up eating 100% RAW of mainly fruits, sometimes veggies and rarely some nuts. Recently I traveled in South East Asia, attracted by the tropical fruits there, and I enjoyed them A LOT during my 4 months in Malaysia and Thailand.

BUT! I still felt something was missing. After Ehret's book, I continued studying, reading books about veganism and fruitariaism, and all the connected stuff. I felt it was the right thing, however my body was telling me what something was lacking. I was quite skinny, reaching 49kg x 1.82m even if I ate A LOT. Even the coconuts did not help me to gain much weight back in Asia.

I had 0 diseases, was never ill, had energy, but still this lack of power and weight was bugging me. After many signs and thanks to Daniel Drury, I finally decided to try raw animal food. Then I realized that we, as humans, DEPEND on animals in so many ways that there could not be another way out. I must admit that I just want to understand what our mind/body/soul is designed to eat in this material world. I thought our perfect food was sweet fruits, but I found on myself that it wasn't sustainable.

So what is left? I just want to have a great life, with energy, positivity and disease-free. If I have to kill animals to do that, that's fine! My dream is to be someone like the old tribes, who hunted their food, and prayed before consuming it. In this way they had a strong spiritual connection with the animal and THIS is living in resonance with Mother Earth, in my opinion.

Now I am totally aware that the source of food is important and I am looking for the best deals in my area. Quite a challenge, but it's ok!

Have a nice day :)

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