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Off Topic / Re: Ayurveda
« on: February 02, 2014, 02:12:42 pm »

Health / Re: Bloody ejaculation
« on: December 11, 2013, 06:25:11 am »
Actually, I was wrong. Got blood tests done today, and urine. They're sending me in for an ultrasound of my kidneys, bladder and genitals. Doc says its likely nothing, but I think this is an important thing to have done. Hopefully nothing is found to be wrong.

Health / Re: Bloody ejaculation
« on: December 10, 2013, 10:26:06 am »
Grow up dude. Nothing in this world is too gross to learn about and discuss.

But yeah, no I barely ever drink. But I've been practically perma-high on weed for years.

Issue seems to have cleared up already.

Health / Re: Bloody ejaculation
« on: December 09, 2013, 12:27:25 am »
I've re-thought my position on seeing a doctor. I don't seem to have a serious problem or anything. I'ma just take it very easy for the next little while and see what happens. I did a big chest workout yesterday which stressed my groin some as well. And...I was wearing the jeans there! I normally wear shorts. I also didn't drink a lot of water that day I think.

I think it was just a perfect storm.

Health / Bloody ejaculation
« on: December 08, 2013, 11:52:03 pm »
Had a really bad one last night without realizing it because it was dark in my room. I'm about to go into the hospital in a little while cause I don't wanna fuck around, but I feel no pain and had felt none. The blood seemed very significant though. I'm thinking its because of the incredibly tight jeans I was wearing for a few days (slept in them one night, then for a long time the next. I always normally sleep naked). Also ran in them, and sat in them for a long time and noticed how uncomfortable I was often. Hoping it was just a ripped vein. I drank a lot the first night, and did not sleep well at only a few crappy hours (last night I slept decently well though, and for many many hours. Felt really messed up at about 7 p.m. and bombed). Will abstain for at least a week. The fact that my life is in a very, very bad place right now is not helping, I'm sure. I've been having thoughts of me just keeling over and dying, and I am aware of the brains ability to make the things you think about strongly and often a reality. Been starting the process of counteracting my minds self-negativity.

The incident could be a number of problems that the doctor doesn't even have any idea about. Any known incidents of jeans being a co-factor in this type of thing? I hear that it is indeed really bad for you. In the past I've had a comparatively very small amount appear at one time but it was never an issue after that. These are the first tight jeans I've worn in a very long time (mostly been sporting shorts, but god damn its cold now).

One thing of note may have been the fact that a very clotted piece of blood came out with my urination in the morning (along with blood). Dunno yet if my urine is strange. Currently consuming water.

Health / Re: Vision Improvement
« on: December 01, 2013, 03:27:36 am »
What're your thoughts on sun-gazing as a healing tool? I like to do it sometimes but I'd prefer to do it a lot more. My eyes at the moment seem perfectly fine.

Health / Re: Vision Improvement
« on: November 29, 2013, 01:30:28 am »
I hear no mention of physical activity? What is that like? Exercise is an integral part of healing and maintenance for every cell of the body.

Health / Re: URGENT! Possible pneumonia?
« on: November 22, 2013, 10:34:24 am »
It didn't turn out well. I took her back to get euthanized a few hours after taking her home. She was in a lot of pain and was breathing terribly hard. I spent some time with her, and took her outside for awhile. She ran around pretty good and enjoyed herself I think. Today I buried her in the forest.

I feel like the situation was really fucked up and so sudden. It felt like I killed her by doing what I did, but the vet said she would die anyway. There's that part of me that thinks that if I had let her be, she may have reversed course. The vet was almost certain it was a tumor in her chest, and that she would die very soon. Her breathing had been incredibly laboured for days, and she was only using 10 percent of her lungs. It would have dissolved into terrible suffering as she gasped to breathe.

I dunno, just a really messed up thing to happen right now. Life seems so fragile to me now in this moment. I have extremely sad feelings for my other ferret and how alone she'll be now. I need to attempt to connect with other ferret owners so my girly can have some company. Not sure where to find them!

Health / Re: URGENT! Possible pneumonia?
« on: November 21, 2013, 05:33:23 am »
They already eat raw animal foods.

The vet was only able to get a small bit of red fluid from her chest. He says this heavily suggests a tumor. Is there anything I can do? I have her home with me tonight but the vet says she won't last long. Is there no hope of reversal at this point, at least when it comes to a ferret?

Health / URGENT! Possible pneumonia?
« on: November 21, 2013, 04:13:08 am »
My ferret, only 2 and a half years old, has come down with a serious condition this last week. Just coming back from the vet now, he explained to me after x rays that the lungs should be a dark colour, instead only 10 percent of them are and the rest is white.

He said it could be a number of things. Something wrong with the heart, a tumor in or around the lungs, or pneumonia. Right now they're taking fluid out of the cavity and sending it for testing.

Problem is, he did not give her a good outcome for short or long term. He made it sound like she's going to die tomorrow, and its true her breathing is very laboured.

I'm not sure what to do except to have her on the grass outside as much as I can, and to give her any medications they prescribe. I'm sort of having a massive breakdown here. I thought I'd have many more years with her.

Any help? I think the main issue right now is fluid backup! Mainly caused by inflammation due to something I would assume.

Exercise / Bodybuilding / Re: bodybuilding and eating
« on: November 20, 2013, 10:43:51 am »
I don't think much about it. Just eat well and how you want, and push yourself to your absolute limits. The intensity will force you to change.

Health / Re: Urgent: Mom with possibility of having Cancer!! Please Help!!
« on: November 12, 2013, 08:05:49 am »
Advise her to connect her body to the earth with skin contact as much as possible, and focus on mantras that allow the earths energies to do their work.

General Discussion / Re: Eating insects
« on: November 10, 2013, 02:44:22 pm »
Today I munched on some worms and woodbugs, the only ones I could find at this time of year in the forest. Not all that gross, but really not my thing.

My plans for the future include just buying things like crickets and crisping them up with coconut oil and mix with honey and salt, I think. We'll see how it turns out, but I'm intent on getting the whole-foods benefits of these little things.

Personals / Re: Any hook-ups in or around the Vancouver area?
« on: November 10, 2013, 02:35:31 pm »
I live close to it, but have never gone due to screwy hours of operation that I can't get to. Hillsfoods off of Glacier in Coquitlam I suppose would be my top recommendation. A lot of wild game sold.

General Discussion / Re: Guy eats 5 pounds of raw meat in one sitting.
« on: November 08, 2013, 02:34:40 am »
I usually eat my days worth of food in one sitting, takes me approx 1 hour. I'm kind of a slow eater but I make sure to get the right amount. 1 lb. of lean meat with 3-5 oz of fat is my plate. No way I could do 5 lbs. I might be able to get 3 lbs. if I was exercising all morning and didn't have any water.

I don't think 5-6 oz of meat is enough daily for protein requirements... that's only 35-45g of protein daily. Depending on your muscle mass the low end should be about .6 g / lb. lean body weight, so even if you're small at 120 lbs lean mass than you are still at about half your required intake.

Separating plant meals from animal meals helped my digestion of both. Idk what you're doing, but I'm just saying what worked for me. :)

A study I read about recently involved a continuous stream of amino acids into people while monitoring their protein synthesis. Studies showed that it ebbed upwards, then flowed down and stayed down after only a few hours, even though they were hooked up for over 6.

This suggests that the body has limited availability to turn on its synthesizers. For example, if you can synthesize 3 times a day in a cycle of single ebb and flows, and you only eat once per day, you are absolutely missing out on crucial windows that simply cannot be made up by increasing other meals.

Then again, I've also heard of reports of old school body builders only eating one big meal a day, and being jacked and healthy regardless. Don't know if that is true though. More investigation is certainly in order.

I myself don't worry about it, as I don't eat anything close to that way.

Health / Re: Looking for answers in the power of breathing
« on: November 02, 2013, 05:16:17 am »
Yup, seems like it.

Health / Re: Looking for answers in the power of breathing
« on: November 02, 2013, 04:11:08 am »
Turns out I was wrong again...

The true cure is connecting body to Earth in nature. Amazing.

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: October 30, 2013, 12:41:28 am »
Haha its cool that people I talk to in my everyday life now recognize "that guy from the media" when I talk about raw meat eating. I'm like "Oh yeah he goes by sabertooth on the forum".

Health / Re: Help need urgent advice from strange urine after 50days ZC
« on: October 23, 2013, 09:58:44 am »
Magnesium deficiency? The foods you listed, with the exception of fish as being a moderate source, pretty much have none. Although I don't know the mineral contents of bone marrow. It could have a lot of mag in it.

Or salt deficiency? A study I read awhile back stated (for them to even do the study properly) that a decent amount of salt needed to be added to low-carb diets, or it caused potassium deficiency I believe?

Welcoming Committee / Re: Welcome SVRN
« on: October 22, 2013, 06:02:06 am »
Your knowledge, point of view and participation in this forum is appreciated, svrn.

Exercise / Bodybuilding / Re: Progress so far
« on: October 20, 2013, 08:15:46 am »
Month 8. Not too much progress since the last pics, but I'm now down to 136 pounds from hovering around 140. By mid-January I except a lot more drastic results. 6-8 pounds less body fat, plus at least 3+ pounds of fat free mass.

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: RPD & Lifestyle ebook
« on: October 20, 2013, 07:47:26 am »
What are the thoughts on kefir consumption, about 2 liters a month?

Exercise / Bodybuilding / Re: Progress so far
« on: September 17, 2013, 11:08:15 pm »
Yeah I would figure I'm around 15 percent or so still but I think 10 percent would look best.

How are your legs Haai? That may be making up some of the difference. My thighs and calves are decently meaty (though they need pounds of fat stripped away still)

would you consider not weighing yourself and just going by how you feel, your strength and how you look?  focusing on weight is what fucks up most peoples health in the first place.

I'm not actually focusing on it. I'm just aware that there are contest worthy men my height who look incredible and to get that way they only really needed 150 or less. I'm just doing my best and letting things happen naturally.

Exercise / Bodybuilding / Re: Progress so far
« on: September 17, 2013, 05:51:26 am »
Yeah, I've always had a stocky type build. When I first started I was around 135 with more fat and less density, but now I'm for the last many months constantly at 140. I can just see that I'm gaining more muscle and losing fat as time goes by.

The science of body composition is really interesting. I think I'm building a really dense physique compared to most.

Its going to be amazing to see where I can get a year from now.

Exercise / Bodybuilding / Re: Progress so far
« on: September 17, 2013, 01:38:00 am »
Most of the fat I'm referring to is the last bits genetically sticking to my thighs as a last resort. I estimate with that, and the other fats around my body I could lose a good 10 pounds still, and gain 15 in muscle so I'd be sitting around 145 but pretty jacked, and not overly so.

We'll see how it turns out. Right now I'm just letting my body do its thing without being too much of a manipulator, and so far its doing a good job.

Inger, as Summer came around and I started to receive much more sun, it did feel like my muscles were responding better as well. The tanner I got, the better my definition too.

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