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Health / Re: Just one more thing to be completely healed
« on: March 19, 2020, 08:05:06 am »
Yeah @Inger, the sun is a powerful healer.

Hi. @norawnofun

What I take in the form of supplements, you take it in the form of food. Your diet seems very complex.

So, do you take herbal blends for the liver? What other organ are you trying to support?

Regarding dairy, when I was on keto, I was a fan un butter and cheese. I bought it raw. I tried raw milk, clabbered and fresh, but It was not high quality so I dropped it. I can tell by my experience that dairy didn't help me with my problems (probably It worsened, I felt more constipated, bloated and gassy during that time), but It helped me maintain a keto lifestyle. Months later I found beef fat, lamb fat and marrow as new sources of calories and dropped the dairy all together.

Regarding eggs, I only do yolks and them don't seem to cause me symptoms.

Regarding coffee and caffeine, from my experience cultivating magic mushrooms, I can tell you that fungus can also metabolize caffeine and this drugs functions the same It does to humans. Fungus grows and acts frenzy in the presence of a caffeine-rich substrate. We use it as an additive to quicken colonization. Also, coffee has a lot of mold and easily grows fungus. I'm not that much experienced, so I would tell you just to avoid the coffee and use another source of caffeine. Yeah, It aids bile flow and bile flow is important to detox from the toxic metabolites from the fungus, but there are other options which can be less dangerous. As an add-on, coffee is an stimulant and consuming it for a long time can cause withdrawal symptoms and burnt-out.

Regarding keto, I couldn't said it better, It is an individual factor. I have also seem people doing great on keto to kill their fungal infections. Just to inform people that keto is not always the best option.

Yeah, nutrition is very important. I really have neglected my nutrition the last 3 months. Before I ate liver, marrow and very, very high-quality raw fat and meat. That time has to come back.

In a few weeks, my supplements will be empty and I will maintain a periodic dry-fasting protocol and being carefully with my diet at a minimum, just until I can save enough money to buy a new round of supplements again. My list will me shorter this time and I will add chelation supplements because I continue to believe that Candida survive because It has a very powerful bio-film matrix that helps him being attached to my GI tract and this matrix is composed of various metals and minerals.


Health / Re: Just one more thing to be completely healed
« on: March 17, 2020, 12:27:23 am »
Hi @norawnofun, thanks for keeping this post alive.

I would like to share an update of my journey:

These months doing my anti-candida protocol has been pretty intense. I can't relate all the die-off sypmtoms I have passed in the 2.5 months I've been doing this. I've had mood swings, joint pain, constipation, gas, bloating, black-outs, migraines, brain-fog, etc. I will divide my protocol in 3 dimensions and explain why I did this or that.

I switched from Carnivore to Paleo. I've been eating just this things: Meat (rare or raw), fish, mollusk, sweet potatoes, mineral carbonated water, raw fat (much less than when I was on Carnivore), papaya and watermelon.
The reason I avoided a ketogenic diet It's because I felt like pure bullshit doing a ketogenic diet. I was in ketosis and I was surviving in it, but I felt horrible. Just before doing my protocol, I found that Candida does best on a ketogenic host. So I'm out of the ketosis bandwagon.

SF722 (8 pills a day): The most important shit to kill my Candida. Die-off is FUCKING intense, but don't hesitate, this shit works.
Molonaurin (7g): Another anti-fungal, but also a bio-film disruptor. Gentler than the SF722 but effective. Also important AF.
Bee propolis (20-30 drops) : I got an extract made with mead. This made my anti-fungals work way stronger and effective. Also important, but not AF.
apo-Lactoferrin (2 caps): Really don't know if this did something, but theoretically this bind to iron bio films and support my own inmune response, which I believe is negligible because your inmune system is your gut flora and my gut flora is unbalanced and bullshit.
NAC (1g): Anti-oxidant, mood stabilizer, impulsiveness controller, bio film buster and I don't know what else. This supplement is also important AF. Without this I would have surrender to my cravings and mood swings.
Interfase Plus (2 caps): Enzymes to destroy biofilm. Made my anti-fungals work stronger. I don't know If It add that much effectiveness taking in consideration that I was also taking the Monolaurin and Bee propolis, but It surely add something. Take it if you have the money.
UDCA (2 caps) : Bile support, liver support, remedy against constipation. Take it if needed.
Collagen (1 tbsp): Added this just a few days before. You know what collagen is for. Nothing special.
Apple Cider Vinegar (2 tbsp): Added a week ago. Seems to be helping. I don't know how much or if It is placebo due to I'm improving slowly with the other things, but I've seen my major improvements after starting taking 2 tbps before food.
Unmodified Potato Starch: 1 tbsp of resistant startch. To feed my probiotics. Seems to be helping.
Custom Probiotics 11 Strain: I don't know if it helping, tbh. Everyone on Reddit says that probiotics works. I can't relate.
Vitamin C (4g) : Anti-oxidant for the die-off reactions. Also good against COVID n_n.
Activated charcoal (1-2 caps): Binder for the die-off by-products.

Lifestyle changes:
Sun bathing: Sun is your ally. Makes you sweat and detox. Give you energy. I don't know what else the sun does, but the sun has turned me from being mad and sad AF to be a controlled civilized individual.
Intermittent fasting: I only eat when It's daytime. I eat my carbs first and then wait 1-2 hours to eat my meat. Antifungals always after or during meal time. From experience. I would also recommend dry-fasting for minimum 48 hours. I've seen a lot of Candida out of my GI tract after dry-fasting. It really does something.
Don't drink water before or after meals.
Don't trust your cravings, ever.

Regarding HCl, I would like to add that anti-fungals helps you recover some of your acidity. When you start taking anti-fungals, you would note recurrent acid reflux. I believe this is a reaction of the Candida metabolism or die-off. Candida produce amonia which lowers your GI acidity. Kill the Candida and you will recover some of your acidity.

Also, your bile have to be moving. Take UDCA or any other bile supplement. Bile detoxes you and restore your gut flora. You need to be flushing with bile constantly to get rid of the infection.

When I finally recover I would make a complete and long post to clarify and explain my complete protocol and journey. Hope this helps for now.

Also, @norawnofun, keep us updated, please.

Love to all

Health / Re: Receeding gum line problem (help wanted)
« on: January 14, 2020, 12:49:01 am »
maybe u've never had the pleasure of being under an avo tree but i find the avo's on the ground (tree drops), warmed by the sun, to be the tastiest..

I'm form Peru, my friend. Avocados here grow everywhere.

Health / Re: Just one more thing to be completely healed
« on: January 12, 2020, 02:23:15 am »
My final guess is fungal overgrowth.

I'm currently eating rare pasture-raised beef, raw beef fat, sweet potatoes, papaya, onions, salt and natural sparkling water.

My supplements to kill the fungal overgrowth are: 1200mg NAC, Monolaurin 3g, 1250mg Magnesium malate, 2-3g Vitamin C and 500mg L-Taurine.

I'm upping my monolaurin dose up to 3g, currently on 1.3g. When I'm at the highest dosage, I will add 500mg Lactoferrin.

GI and mental symptoms are improving. Side-efffects of taking this supplements are sleepiness during the day, a kind of heartburn, fatigue and joint pain. It seems that the NAC-monolaurin combo is exacerbating this symptoms.

Will keep you updated.

Health / Re: Receeding gum line problem (help wanted)
« on: January 11, 2020, 10:56:16 pm »
Thanks for the clarification, I was confused about it. Last time I ate an avocado (not sure if Haas) it left a weird coating on my teeth could be oxalates or some other compound? Do you know if the oxalate content is only reduced in tree-ripe avocados? I would guess that most avocados in stores are not tree-ripened? When I eat 1-2 avocados I kinda feel it moving through my intestines or stomach I guess it's the fiber. I don't like that feeling either.

Avocados does not tree-ripen. They need to be picked to start ripening.

Regarding subcutaneous fat, I have identified a spectrum between soft-creamy and hard-chewy types of fat. In my opinion, the best tasting ones are the ones that are either soft-creamy and the medium point of this spectrum. Those are commonly located in the legs, belly and lower back of the animal.

Health / Re: Just one more thing to be completely healed
« on: November 16, 2019, 08:50:29 am »
I'm hydrating myself before eating. I salt my food and don't drink any water 2 hours after eating.

My problems haven't gone. I have some sort of fungal infection. It's not SIBO because I have problems with everything, not just carbs. My main problem is getting is the autoinmune issues (fatigue, inflammation, sore joints, heavy legs) I'm no longer eating raw meat. I eat meat seared on the outside and I use salt. I also eat fruit because I live in a tropical country. I don't have problems digesting fruits besides that they don't energize me, only makes me dizzy.

During my 48 hour dry fast, trying to combat this issue, my breath was metallic, got sinus congestion, anxiety and depression increased. After several weeks, I had a fever with a urinary infection out of nowhere. I was in severe pain for 2 days, mentally and physically. Lots of mucus and fungus got out my system by my bowels, but after that I don't feel really better, just a bit less fatigued. I can't fast anymore. Im too skinny and I don't feel hunger to be honest. I can't overeat because I get bloated so fast.

bull balls needs to be boiled or otherwise cut lengthwise and get the insides out
What I know about bull testicles is that they are full of zinc? Maybe it has stemcells and steroid hormone precursors?

General Discussion / Re: maximum health requires carbohydrates
« on: October 01, 2019, 03:58:43 am »
Why would you want to eat plants?

raw honey.. a fruit here and there.. raw liver has zome carbs in it aswell...  to really push it you could go for some tubers but thats about it..   

stay away from plants.

Plants doesn't necessarily means vegetables. Liver has not that much carbs. When you say carbs are necessary for optimal health, how much of it are you talking about?

General Discussion / Re: maximum health requires carbohydrates
« on: September 26, 2019, 06:54:12 am »
Interesting. Could you cite more? Which kind of plants?

Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: Current view on zero/low carb?
« on: September 24, 2019, 06:15:01 am »
Insoluble fiber is what hurts. Soluble fiber is the good one.

Health / Re: how to increase testosterone?
« on: September 24, 2019, 05:18:24 am »
Can I put that lamp in my testicles and get that T boost? Or the benefits are coming from whole body therapy?

General Discussion / Re: Eating meat could be banned
« on: September 24, 2019, 12:01:25 am »
Socialist ideology is to blame

Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: Current view on zero/low carb?
« on: September 07, 2019, 01:02:09 am »
i believe we need fiber to flush out metabolic waste

After months of raw zero carb I agree with you. Fiber and fat are necessary to clean metabolic waste, especially if you have an already damaged and slow gut.

Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: kefir
« on: August 14, 2019, 12:02:22 pm »
Lactose and milk proteins, even small amounts in kefir, do not agree with everyone. So be careful and listen to your bodies reaction.

Some people do better on low carb than others. 5g a day is a bit low for most people, I take in around 30g to 50g, and others do well on much higher amounts,  you must listen to your body.

Pollen is not necessary, but small amounts of a quality source shouldn't be a problem..... if your eating raw meats you should be able to get much larger levels of amino acids and vitamins than pollen contains, and in a much more bioavailable form.

Honey is a very debatable food on this forum, some say raw honey is better tolerated, but all honey is loaded with sugar, and if you are avoiding carbs you should limit the amount, depending on your own individual wants and needs.

I have been using a little home made kombutcha, it may be a good alternative to cultured dairy....if it is properly fermented and not overly sugared, it should only have a couple of carbs per serving.

Are you actually zero-carb? What are your main carb sources?

Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: Current view on zero/low carb?
« on: August 14, 2019, 11:57:44 am »
What raw plant foods do you recommend for carb refeeding? I was thinking on plantains (maybe boil them because they are hard to digest)

Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Re: Weight Loss vs Health
« on: August 14, 2019, 11:53:31 am »
Hi LunarFey, do you eat unrefined sea salt or rock salt? If not, try increasing your intake to 2 teaspoons daily gradually. Maybe 1/4 of a tsp a week. If you feel fine with less than that, keep the amount that is feeling good for you.

General Discussion / Re: your strongest health side
« on: August 12, 2019, 01:01:39 am »
I would like to have better bowel motility. I have been eating raw meat, raw yolks, raw fat, raw honey, etc., and, until now, I haven't had a good, effortlessly bowel movement. I always need to push and my feces are thin and sticky. I don't know what works for me.

There is not such a thing as excess protein in a whole-foods natural diet. When you eat meat, your digestive system has its own regulatory pathways, either physiological and psychological. Excess protein pass through the kidneys.

Off Topic / Re: Dehydrated raw animal fat
« on: July 13, 2019, 10:02:51 am »
You can also dry-age fat and It dehydrates in a way. I prefer my waxy fat warm and my creamy fat cold or chilled.

Health / Re: Mucus, biofilm and yeast
« on: July 06, 2019, 06:04:53 am »
@surfsteve, Thanks for the information, I will look into adding some biofilm busters within the next 2 months. First with whole foods and then with some essential oils and enzymes.

@norawnofun, I am aware that I'm not digesting my food as effective as It could be, but until now I haven't found anything that fix my digestion problems. I have tried bitters, I have added honey to my raw meat, I have used digestive enzymes and HCl (which makes me incredible constipated, etc. What I believe at this point of my diet is that the biofilms, parasites and fungi that I have inside me are using all my food and make my digestion incredible bad.

Besides from that, I would like to know what you did in your journey to switch your digestion for good on the carnivore diet. What works and what doesn't? It will be very helpful.

Thanks for your responses, guys

Health / Re: Mucus, biofilm and yeast
« on: July 04, 2019, 09:27:56 am »
@surfsteve, Do you know any biofilm buster which can I obtain in food? I'm actually not available to buy supplements

@norawnofun, I only ate raw grass-fed butter when I started the diet. In the last 5 months I have sustained myself from only raw animal fats, mainly raw grass-fed lamb back fat.

I also suffer a form of constipation and fat malabsorbtion, I think (my stool has oily films)

Health / Mucus, biofilm and yeast
« on: July 03, 2019, 05:39:07 am »
Well, I've been on a raw carnivore diet for almost 1.5 years and I haven't reversed my gut issues until now. After testing probiotics, enzymes, bitters, humaworm, LBB formula, etc., I haven't reversed the gut issues and fatigue. I'm constantly bloated, thirsty, and with gas accumulated in my gut. I don't know if humaworm failed and I haven't killed the parasites that I believed in first place I had in my gut.

All this time I've had expelled mucus, biofilms and some things that looks like yeast, which make me believe that my problem could be a fungal overgrowth.

Does anyone knows any way to get rid of fungus or yeast safely and effective? Biofilms? I don't which kind of yeast it it is. Probably Candida, who knows? What I know is that my gut is giving me issues and raw carnivore is not doing the trick.

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: June 29, 2019, 07:22:30 am »
Ive got local news interview coming up

I will be on the Primal Edge on the 2nd
and there is a documentary from Amsterdam filming on the 3rd

Saber, I have one question. Do you eat vegetables? Raw or cooked? Which ones? If so, what is the main reason you eat them?

You are everywhere, man. Keep it up!

  I ate raw grassfed ox tongues/hearts/livers/kidneys plus some raw marrow, raw wild hare carcasses and raw eggs from geese/ducks/chickens(mostly free-range) , plus raw wildcaught
 lobsters/oysters/crabs. Now, I eat much the same, no raw wild hare carcasses or raw duck/goose eggs, raw lobsters/crabs, but now, in Austria, I get raw wild game much more easily(albeit  organ-meats are not wild but mostly-grassfed). I still some raw plant foods, much the same as in the UK, with  c.30% being organic. Except that I can no longer obtain medlars, like I did in the UK.

Could you name the main raw plant foods that you eat?

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