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Health / Re: High Blood Pressure and Kidney health Concern
« on: May 05, 2022, 12:02:28 pm »
i feel i should add a bit to my post:
maybe ur a newbie to animal based diets?
u didn't give us any background on your situation but many health gurus are recommending doing an elimination diet to get to the root cause of your health issues; the carnivore diet seems to be a popular diet to do that.

search both kidney and high blood pressure on dr. berry's you tube site.
here's one of his monday nite live podcasts; he mentions paleo and other animal based diets at 9:15.   

his monday nite podcasts are a good watch!
also scan the ''success podcasts'' on shawn baker's utube site; the success podcast list is on the upper right.

none of the above is raw but should work for raw also.

Health / Re: High Blood Pressure and Kidney health Concern
« on: May 02, 2022, 04:50:50 pm »
Good day!
What raw paleo diet or protocol do you recommend for high blood pressure and kindney health concerns.
Thanks for your answers!

i'd try the carnivore diet (pure) for 30 days and take it from there...

Display Your Culinary Creations / Re: Electrolyte mix
« on: March 16, 2022, 08:24:26 am »
i've been doing something similar to make a diy LMNT

following the ingredient proportions on a LMNT packet; 1k sodium, 200mg potassium, 60mg magnesium.
i spread the ingredients out on a 1m x 1m sheet of plastic and rolled it back in forth until well mixed, then stored the mix in air tight jars.

i've been adding 1 teaspoon to a 650ml water bottle for drinking and also using the mix as a salt on food.

i was still having leg and hand cramps after using it for a month so i started mixing 1/4 tsp of magnesium powder to a cup of my LMNT drink and i haven't had any cramps since.

also, i was having swollen lower legs (water retention) so as an experiment, i quit all salt/LMNT for 3 weeks and my leg went back to normal.  i maintained taking magnesium during the saltless period and no cramping.  i'm going to start slowly retaking my LMNT and find my limits.

Health / Re: Help with fissure
« on: February 13, 2022, 06:21:49 pm »
I started 100% raw beef a few weeks ago and had issues with constipation and hard stools. 

what about good ol' fashioned enemas?

Is dry-aging the way to achieve what I want?  Or am I just going to be making raw beef jerky?

how thick are the slices ur trying to age?  mine are thin (~3/16''/5mm), it's for snacks.  i don't have any experience with anything thicker than that but i would think much thiker, one 1 for example, would form a crust and slowly dry from the outside in and be difficult to eat.  proper aging requires a combination of proper temperatures and *humidity.*

sabertooth has a post on here about his meat storage fridge that looks to be more what ur looking for.
also, wet aging might work for you.  there's lotsa info on the web on aging meat.  one site i enjoy is the bearded butcher; truly skilled artisan butchers. 

i'm in the bush in the filipines and i get my beef from the slaughter house vender at the local wet market where it's hung in crudely cut up chunks or strips and displayed on hooks, nothing like the plastic wrapped products u see in a supermarket.  works for me; i usually get a chunk of chuck, a heart and some liver and grind it; currently 8kilos chuck, 1 heart (~850g) and 500g liver.  i sometimes add a kidney or two and or a brain.  i was adding fat, which they give me for free, but i've learned that too much fat gives me diarrhea.

i recently found some of my jerky, forgotten, in the freezer, in an open bag and it's too dry but still chewable.  it had been in the fridge for at least 2 months and i wasn't eating it so i moved it to the freezer.  it's at least 6 months old now; it's still a good chew but i wonder about it's nutritional values.  the fat on the slices gets crispy; kinda nice...

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Good Samaritan SOS
« on: December 23, 2021, 11:44:33 am »
I just renewed the 3 year Cleantalk Anti-Spam license

Current license is valid till Dec 22 2024.

Let's see if that does the trick.

tnx GS...

General Discussion / eat like a human
« on: November 18, 2021, 06:05:56 pm »
 an interesting vid; Dr Paul Saladino interviewing Bill Schindler PhD.

How to eat like a human, with Bill Schindler PhD 

searching Schindler on utube will bring up more of his vids.

General Discussion / Re: Raw meat leaders
« on: May 08, 2021, 06:12:49 pm »
examples, plz...

So you mean a plastic bag under the ring and band parts? Doesn't this prevent the jar from actually sealing properly?

sorry i wasn't more clear.  i think a canning jar with a good lid will give you as tight a seal as ur going to get.  you could put a poly bag over the canning jar lid and screw the ring down for insurance but the poly bag itself isn't going to stop the odor.

i'm in the filippines and i use poly bags for recycled jars, canisters, lidded cups, etc. that don't have lids with good seals/gaskets.  for instance, i have a salt jar with a plain lid (no seal) and i lay the side of a thin poly bag over the opening before i put the lid on so there are actually two thicknesses of bag.  it keeps the salt from caking.  also works for herbs/seasonings.

i have a 1liter poly jar with a plain lid that i use to get young coconut juice (buko juice) from a street vender. i put a poly bag under the lid and it keeps the juice from leaking out as long as i keep the container upright (on a motorcycle).  sometimes, i'll float a tomato or something similar in the jar; it helps to keep the juice from sloshing up the sides of the container.  i learned that trick by transporting water in open top barrels with a piece of wood floating on the water but now i'm getting off topic...

Ball/Kerr mason jars should be able to do this right?

Ball/Kerr mason jars should work with proper lids.  to make a good seal, i sometimes put a lite duty poly/produce bag over the jar opening before putting on the lid.  it also works for lids that don't have a seal.

Hot Topics / Re: Thriving and surviving in the 2020s
« on: April 22, 2021, 08:29:11 am »
it must be something in the water

Duterte orders ivermectin clinical trials in PH

The Story Of Ivermectin

Ivermectin and COVID 19 

and my choice of drugs:
Is This the Most Effective Weapon Against Viral Infections?   

Dr. D Brownstein interview with Guy B.Z : A nutritional protocol for COVID 19 in the USA

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: April 17, 2021, 08:00:04 am »
I really never thought you would be into that Derek.. I am extremely disappointed.

i am too...  instead of paint, he shoulda used spray whip cream to vent his message....

sorry to read about your woes, saber tooth, hope it all plays out smoothly.   

and about those LIES,  there certainly are a lot of ''intellectual'' folk in a agreement with you. 

interesting times...

Health / Re: Congested nose (lower turbinates)/ Rhinitis/ Sinusitis
« on: April 02, 2021, 08:00:52 am »
I did research for "Rhinitis" or "Sinusitis", which are the diagnosis of the doctors I went to see. But I'm not sure what it really is as the medication they prescribed never cured anything.

by diagnosis ("Rhinitis" or "Sinusitis"), the passageways in your nose are plugged or reduced in size.

how about nebulizing hydrogen peroxide and lugol's iodine. focus on breathing thru the nose when nebulizing. 

or... clean the nose with a Neti Pot or Sutra Neti.

after trying the above, cut way back on all mucous producing food for a spell which might worsen the condition for a while while elimination takes place.

plz report back...

Health / Re: Congested nose (lower turbinates)
« on: April 01, 2021, 05:48:47 am »
did you do an internet search for 'congested nose?'  i'm curious what your situation is; is it mucous? small passage ways?   physical damage?

as far as raw foods; how much cooked starchy foods are you eating?

how big are the pieces of meat?  8 kg sounds like a lot to mange but i suggest getting it out of the plastic asap and give it a try.  u could also freeze some to keep it from going off and deal with it later.

i've only air dried thin (1/4'') slices of beef on racks in the bottom of my fridge; i think some would  call jerky.  takes about 3 weeks to get it thoroughly dry but i start snacking on in a 4 or 5 days; tasty stuff...

Hot Topics / Re: Covid - how is everyone
« on: November 02, 2020, 10:28:30 am »
Cooking up plans for my own multi-hectare private walled property so my descendants can live in peace.  Some friends have forged ahead with similar plans.

 hey GS, i hope u weathered the recent typhoons in good shape...  if you locate ur ''multi-hectare private walled property'' in the southern parts of the fils out of the typhoon belt, consider taking me on as ur farm manager.

Off Topic / Re: Slow Cooker
« on: September 27, 2020, 06:52:18 am »
you'll get some broth ideas if you search the group for bone broth and farrier rasp.  if a person wasn't concerned about temperatures, i suggest using a pressure cooker. 

also, i did an online search for pressure cooker beef bone broth and saw suggestions for handling bones.

good luck

General Discussion / Re: RPD Facebook Group
« on: August 18, 2020, 10:05:26 am »

One of the main reason seems to be this that there is no BOOK available on raw paleo diet. And no Doctor/Guru is working with people on this diet directly.

not pure RPD but how about:
The Carnivore Code

a review by Dr Mercola

One of the main reason seems to be this that there is no BOOK available on raw paleo diet. And no Doctor/Guru is working with people on this diet directly.

i'm not a fb person but i get sent there on occasion and i don't understand what is so attractive about the site's formatting/interface that anyone would abandon a site like this.

Primal Diet / Re: Raw meat odor.
« on: August 03, 2020, 11:23:34 am »
well..... u could eat it (joke).

assuming you're asking about fresh beef heart sitting on the counter;  i eat several beef hearts a month and i've never noticed a (get rid of) smell.  i air dried some in the fridge for ~3 months and the smell got a bit more meaty but not all all offensive. 

i get freshly slaughtered beef stuff from the local abattoir and the fat sometimes has a strong smell, which i don't find pleasant, but the fat is a mix of some (fat) items other than the firm white fat from the muscles; i'll check them for off smells next time i order.

to learn more about temperatures, do an internet search for ageing beef.

i don't have a dedicated fridge to hang meat like some other members (envy, envy) but i slice beef muscle and heart and air dry it on racks in the bottom drawer of the fridge (36f); makes for tasty snacks!!!  doesn't last long tho bcuz i can't not eat it.

freezer burn:
i've stored various foods in the freezer for more than a year and not had freezer burn issues.  i double bag items in poly produce bags and insert that in a 'freezer' zip lock bag, making sure to squeeze out all the air i can before i close the zip lock..

General Discussion / Re: Mincing meat SAFELY
« on: July 23, 2020, 06:58:32 pm »
Well, it makes sense that the metallic parts through which the meat goes through will contaminate it with tiny amounts of metals. Aajonus also said that metallic mincers will contaminate it.

Regarding knife, it is metals, and it is difficult to process lamb breast, which are extremely high in fat.

i do some mincing on an inexpensive home machine.
- are you asking about commercial or home mincing machines?
- what kind of contamination are you referring to, metal leaching from the mincing machine, metal particles or ???

chilling fat and muscle to near freezing will make mincing easier but the fat still builds up inside the machine.

General Discussion / Re: Fasting
« on: July 13, 2020, 12:19:09 pm »
Distilled is more like rain water so,to me,it seems more "natural".

the drinking quality of rain water has a lot to do with what's happening upwind from you.  i caught rainwater in a rainy area of panamá in the rainy season (~20ft annualy) and learned a lot.  i'm in the filipines now, the land of 3 stone fires, and i've found it pretty hard to get drinking quality rain water but again... it depends on what's upwind of you.

- it takes a few daily strong rains to get rid of the smoke flavor.
- you could do a sediment test.
- you could also filter the rain water.

Do you add anything to distilled water?

there appears to be pros and cons to drinking distilled water but, fwiw, the RBTI folks drink distilled water with lemon juice.

Why does human hair seem to grow forever? Head, beard.

i'm caucasian, european decent, with male pattern baldness living in the filipines.  i haven't shaved or cut my head hair in more than 50 years.  the end of my ponytail is 10'' from my scalp.  i never let my beard grow than 2 or 3'' from my chin becuz it gets in the way.

i occasionally see a filipino (male) with a beard and or long head hair, even dreadlocks, but that's not the custom here so it's hard to know how long their head hairs will grow.

it's not uncommon to see a filipina (female) with waist length hair and i occasionally see a filipina with knee length hair

Primal Diet / Re: Help, trying to transfer to this new diet!
« on: April 07, 2020, 11:48:46 am »
i'm relatively new to RPD so hopefully some of the more experienced members will chime in tho everything you need to know is in the archives.  consider starting in the Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet section: 

for starters, i'd suggest dumping the grains and trying cooked starchy veggies (squash, sweet potato, etc) and then slowly reduce the starches and increase the animal foods cooked or preferably raw.

eat the raw foods 1st in the day, cooked scratches later.

increase your animal fat intake; how much depends on the individual.  this 47year young woman is running on a two fat to one protein ratio.  watch some of her vids around one year back.

many on the group found they needed to eat more fat. i'm currently trying a mince of:
2k   beef round
2k    fat   
550g    liver
2pcs   kidney
2pcs    heart
1pcs    brain

hang in there...  you're fortunate you've discovered RPD at 23, you'll do great!

The Windermere Children (2020)

~1:01;   Holocaust survivors mention of eating corpses to stay alive.

Alive (1993)

16 out of 49 people survived a plane crash in the Andes mountains, for more than 2 months, by eating the flesh of frozen dead crash victims for food.  you have to wonder about zero carb/keto adaptation.

~1:02 (day 10) start cutting into frozen dead crash victims.


Caesar (2002)

~1:27  ''we do what our ancestors did, we eat the elderly and the infirm to keep ourselves alive.''

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