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Off Topic / Re: Vegetable police turned raw carnivore
« on: December 07, 2018, 04:27:35 am »
I agree with TD.
To perdure, this needs to have more "reasonable" people following this diet and talking about his experience. More Jordan Peterson's or scientific asosiations. For example, the German nutrition asosiation has declared a vegan diet as an incomplete and impossible way to maintain proper nourishment.

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https://academic.oup.com/jas/article-abstract/90/8/2540/4702338?redirectedFrom=fulltext

These refutes the hypothesis that a carnivore gut is sterile or is devoided of bacteria. Collagen, branched amino-acids, skin and bones are fermented in the gut and produce short chain fatty acids.

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Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: How much iodine for a carnivore?
« on: November 28, 2018, 05:57:33 am »
Endocrine disruptors come mainly from the environment.

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Science / Re: Worrying article re diet and cats
« on: November 28, 2018, 01:17:47 am »
As TD stated, any government intervention is bad.
Let vegans do what they want and let raw foodist like ours the same. Let keep this on the long run and see who ends up winning this battle. For that to happen we need freedom even to destroy ourselves.

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Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: How much iodine for a carnivore?
« on: November 27, 2018, 10:47:46 pm »
I would kill to get bison adrenals. No way I can get that here. I don't believe they are supposed for longevity. Okinawans, Sardinians or Puerto Rico's natives didn't seem to eat bison. The key for longevity is lifestyle, environment and well-raised animal foods. In order of priority, it seems that environment is first, lifestyle second and lastly diet. In Los Andes from Peru, there are native people who live on legumes, grains, and tubers and there are a lot of centenarians. But, look at their environment, they are in one of the least polluted areas of the world.

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Health / Re: Just one more thing to be completely healed
« on: November 27, 2018, 10:29:28 pm »
Surfsteve,
How is it possible to drink HCl? Won't that burn your throat? How much HCl in mg do you take?

Holy fuck! Two days of fruit and I fucked up my teeth. Just 200g of papaya and 1 mango for each day. What's happening? I throat was sore all day long. I couldn't eat the next day.


First picture: lower teeth, enamel is gone, teeth are yellow are sensitive.

Second picture: I have my enamel intact but my teeth turned yellow.

This helped me go to the bathroom just a little bit. Stools are still sticky and have a lot of connective tissue. I'm adding 650mg HCl for 2 weeks.

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General Discussion / Re: Got food poisoning
« on: November 27, 2018, 06:47:28 am »
I don't believe in the "bacterial infection" theory. I live in a 3rd world country and I've never rinsed my meat. Here there is just wet markets where meat is commonly hanging in the air all day without refrigeration. Animals are freshly killed in a non-sanitary slaughterhouse  and are commonly contaminated with dirt, shit or whatever shit is in there. I've never experienced that kind of reaction when raw.
In my experience you are a newbie and you are still adapting. Your stomach acid is not strong. Your bacteria colonies are not right. And you are eating from a bad source. Grain-fed beef fat cause me instant pain. Again, just my opinion.

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Health / Re: Just one more thing to be completely healed
« on: November 27, 2018, 04:58:46 am »
Radish and leeks? I switched to ZC because of vegetables. Are you sure is safe to eat that types of fiber on ZC? I come from a severe case of fiber obstruction and posterior IBS. I haven't tried any vegetable since then, I'm scared of getting obstructed again.
Sure, I can try betaine HCl but I'm skeptic about digestive enzymes. If there is a natural way to obtain all that stuff I will do. I really need a juicer. I will try HCl 500mg for 14 days and keep you posted.
Regarding fruit. I just go for the easiest to digest and high in soluble fiber and water. In the past after a bite of carbs I'll get like crazy and seek for more. But, at this time, I see fruit as medicine or a supplement. If I think to eat just one piece I'll eat just one, they don't attract me. Eating raw has bring my instinct back and I easily recognize when I'm hungry or not. I was thinking about 1 or 2 servings per week.

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Health / Re: Just one more thing to be completely healed
« on: November 26, 2018, 06:59:36 pm »
The gas and sounds on my higher upper side of my belly are lessening. It seems that I'm unable to digest certain parts of the meat that are similar to collagen which I'm trying to remove when eating my meat.

This is the problem that I have lately:
My stools are becoming very sticky and thin which makes it hard to evacuate. I'm currently on zero-carb but I'm thinking in adding some fruit to see if this address this issue. What fruit do you recommend to makes things moving?
I have tried lemon water, acv, magnesium citrate and olive oil but they don't seem to fix the problem.
Hope someone could help.

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Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: How much iodine for a carnivore?
« on: November 24, 2018, 01:56:24 am »
Right, I use an electric oven to warm my food.
I have heard that heating meat on the sun is a very taste way if you want to it warm food. But here there is not much sun to test this.
Surfsteve, thats correct. I don't know what is the minimum temperature when bacteria starts dying off, may be one of the reasons. The other reason could be that at 99 or so the lactic acid enzymes of meat gets boosted.
You both prefer warmed food or cool food? I can eat organs or lean meat cool but not fat. Fat needs to be warm for me, if not I don't have the feeling of satiation.

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Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: How much iodine for a carnivore?
« on: November 23, 2018, 07:35:45 am »
Grey, how do you warm your food sous vide without using plastic? Or you use plastic?

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Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: How much iodine for a carnivore?
« on: November 23, 2018, 01:56:48 am »
Thymus gets atrophied in cattle after 1.5 years. That's probably why they don't sell much. I can't get it.
Grey-Cup, how long are you in carnivore? Do you experience fatigue or cold when taking showers?

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Suggestion Box / Before-and-after photos doesn't show
« on: November 22, 2018, 11:04:27 pm »
I don't know what is happening with the forum or image server that most of the photos aren't visible. What is happening? Are all the photos lost?

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We don't know. Rancidity in the context of a rendered fat may be different from a raw fat. At the end, the fats are oxidized in our body, aren't they? I prefer to trust anthropology and animal behavior. If the fat doesn't taste good to me, I don't eat it.

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As far as you like the taste. Cheesy smell comes from rancidity. Humans are appealed to cheese smell, so probably isn't something bad.
Humans digest fermented and aged meats better. That's something I've noticed from personal experience and testimonies here. Esmikos fed their dogs fermented fish because if they give them fresh they were with no energy and fish fat goes rancid very rapidly.

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I think we were not scavengers but carcass stealers. We have watched and analyzed carnivores since evolution. We have stealen his teeth to make knifes and tools. A knife is one of the most important things for a human. A human without tools is not a human. All this is just theory and arbitrary, but that is my imagination.
I think we attacked as mass to steal carcass from predators and ate it kind of ferment it. And, think about the mega fauna. Do you think a tribe could eat an entire mammut still fresh? It clearly was fermented, dried or prepared in different ways.
Our ancestors are still humans, they had intelligence and knowledge. They probably did a lot of things with food we don't know or think of.
Trying to theorize what they are or did is impossible, actually.

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General Discussion / Fruit controls
« on: November 20, 2018, 09:27:46 pm »
Does someone has an opinion about fruit controls?
I refer to these police officers that block you from carrying fruit to an are which is highly productive on fruit
For example, if you travel to California they inspect you if you are carrying fruit to avoid bad bugs or flies to crops.
Isn't this another way to avoid plague or "bacteria". Do you think this does more harm than good?
I think we are making fruit less resilient against plague but I'm not sure if this is good or bad for us. It has a lot of points of view.

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Surfsteve:
I would recommend you use potassium citrate instead of chloride because citrate is the natural company of potassium.
There is a ketogenic group on Facebook (not raw) that claims that salt is unnecessary if your potassium intake is high. (8 grams as HG had). The group has a lot of members and all of them are doing well on a high protein high fat ketogenic diet without adding salt unless they are fasting.
The group has a lot of studies focusing just on potassium and his interaction with sodium. Also, they talk about the dangers of chloride in salt.
The group name is: Optimal Ketogenic Living. If you go there, you can make your own research.

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If you have a meat only refrigerator where you age or ferment your meat frequently it would probably be inoculated with starting bacteria or fungi and your frozen meat will ferment normally as fresh meat.
When I've tried dry age frozen meat, it won't happen. When I've tried to ferment frozen liver the taste was not the same as fresh, it lost his flavor and was more acidic.

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Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: How much iodine for a carnivore?
« on: November 16, 2018, 04:58:02 am »
I'm pretty sure of your first statement. But, the second one, it's probably biased. How do you support that idea? What is the mechanism in eating ruminants that can make you exclude seafood?

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Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / How much iodine for a carnivore?
« on: November 15, 2018, 08:44:16 pm »
Hi guys,
The thing is that I really don't enjoy eating raw seafood. Everything taste much "fishy". I thinking in just buying the minimum amount of seafood to cover my weekly idione requirements.
So, here are my questions:
How much iodine do I need to consume in a day to cover my weekly requirements?
What are my best options? I want to consume the least amount of seafood possible for the maximum amount of iodine.
I want to avoid algae and supplements. I go for real food. I'm gaining weight and feel very cold when taking showers, so I think I need to up my thyroid.

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Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: Sleepiness after eating
« on: November 14, 2018, 06:58:34 am »
@van: Ok, I'll follow your suggestions. But, one thing, I don't really feel hungry until I do my first bite of meat. How do I know if I'm really hungry or it is just psicological?

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Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Sleepiness after eating
« on: November 13, 2018, 11:31:55 pm »
Hello. I've been raw zero carb for 2 months now.
At the moment I still have problems digesting fat and some hard proteins like collagen or skin.
My question now is that It's been several times now that I feel sleepy, foggy or dizzy after my meal. Also, I feel my extremeties heavy and internally congested. Like my blood is thick and makes my movements more sluggish.

Hope someone has an opinion, thanks!

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Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Re: Small fruit more "natural"?
« on: November 09, 2018, 09:05:34 pm »
Tamarind is a legume and is very sweet and laxative when ripe. Maybe you ate unripe tamarind.

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Exercise / Bodybuilding / Re: Bulking with animal products versus carbs?
« on: November 09, 2018, 05:35:47 am »
Carnivores are naturally lean and constantly active. Some of them accumulate fat such as humans. To develope muscle you need optimum you don't need more than 2.2 grams of protein per. That is the maximum upper limit. Then what you will need is a caloric surplus which consist on pure animal fat. Eat fat to satiation after completing your protein goal. If you eat too much fat it's going give you nausea, vomit or diarrhea.
I think organ meats is better for bulking. First because they are more complex tissue than muscle meat. They have special compounds that are adaptogenic, similar to maca, ashawanda, Reishi, etc.
Protein is a goal, fat is a lever.

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