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I've grown my hair almost to the shoulders and I let my beard grow but I cut it when it gets too long. Would not have been possible when working as pilots have to be ready to wear an O2 mask in case.

Nice to not shave every day. I don't find it warm in the summer.

Primal Diet / Re: AVs theory on Apple Cider VInegar
« on: April 20, 2020, 02:38:38 am »
Anthony Williams the says that it is the least bad of the vinegars. But still bad. The only thing good about it is that it at least contains apple.

Off Topic / Re: Give us a laugh !
« on: June 21, 2018, 01:07:12 am »
They sell dandelion leaves at the supermarket. I've been tempted to try them. Got a feeling they aren't as bitter as the ones I've tried from the lawn.

When I make my organ meat smoothies I usually put a tablespoon or more of one type of herb or another in with them.

I think there is some added benefit to mixing the herbs in with the fat from the meats than if I were to consume them on their own separately.

Being just a few months away from 60 I probably need all the help with digestion I can get.  Lemons and vinegar are also supposed to help with digestion which I consume a lot of.

Dandelions change as the season goes on. They get more bitter as they age.

Off Topic / Re: Give us a laugh !
« on: June 21, 2018, 01:05:34 am »
I wonder if there are openings for nurses to help with the surgery.

General Discussion / Re: Raw, untreated water phenomenon
« on: June 08, 2018, 12:13:43 pm »
The hard plastics are the least likely to leach out problematic stuff.

Hot Topics / Re: Frankenfoods
« on: August 23, 2017, 11:12:47 am »
Amazing how some PPL can buy marketting.

Off Topic / Re: Give us a laugh !
« on: August 10, 2017, 04:56:01 am »
Ever since I was a small child I've always had a taste for bitter herbs and spices. Sometimes I wonder if maybe I am adulterating their taste with raw meat!

Just throw some dandelion roots or leaves in with the meat if you want bitter. Also bitter gourd or there is lots of other bitter things. Bitter is associated with helping digestion, so it's possible that the meat may wean you off that need, but as one gets older digestion may get a bit weaker, depending on a variety of things.

If you can't find any dandelions, I can PM you my addy, as I have plenty in the yard. ;)

Off Topic / Re: Give us a laugh !
« on: July 31, 2017, 11:35:10 pm »
Oh, wow! The future of fast-food?! :-

Imagine a future where one could go into a grassfed-burger-bar(they do exist in the UK) and ask for a raw-meat patty without bread along with a side-dish of raw radishes and raw garlic. Imagine being able to ask for a "high-meat" patty without getting dirty looks from other members of the public!
I think you'd have to be served the HM outside.  ;D

Primal Diet / Re: I'm making high meat for first time
« on: July 16, 2017, 04:53:50 am »
It seems to be agreed that cooked meat is not the same as eating raw high meat. Cooked from what I understand makes the meat bad news.

Off Topic / Re: Give us a laugh !
« on: July 06, 2017, 11:25:03 pm »
Oops @ the 9:45 mark it starts.

If you could delete the other Tyler

Hot Topics / Re: Vegetarian tribe found to have high blood pressure
« on: July 02, 2017, 03:53:01 am »
I agree and thing that too much is made out of treating for high blood pressure. I think it should be looked as a symptom of bigger problems rather than a cause to be treated. It kind of reminds me of disconnecting the oil light in your car so you can go on your merry way thinking everything is ok. Same thing with cholesterol. In times of stress both of them are high. Instead of realizing this and reducing the stress factors it is more profitable to treat someone with life long medication.
Well said You hit the nail on the head. Cholesterol is needed to repair blood vessels etc.

There is a Chiropractor on YT who has a number of YTs and one is on HBP.

Hot Topics / Re: Vegetarian tribe found to have high blood pressure
« on: July 01, 2017, 07:33:26 am »
Thanks Tyler.
The Doc in the vid below explaining HBP forgot to mention a few salient facts in the HBP hoax that has been sloughed off on suckers for over a century.

See here is the story: Way back when someone did a study that said that HBP increased risk of problems. The details are sketchy as there is no science to back it up. There is zero science to show that medicating helps to extend quality or length of life. Some guys dreamed up a way to measure systolic and dystolic back I believe in the 1800s and made up their theory and Doctors who apparently didn't need any prodding to have another time waster and reason for PPL to drop in for another paid visit coopted this BS whole cloth.

Next there is an interesting version of this BS all over the world. In the US 140 was considered the max for a long time and then suddenly with no science etc it was dropped to 120. Whoopee lots more customers, spread a bit of fear sell more drugs.

Buttt wait it gets better...... In France it is close to 160 or so Germany it is up higher also. So are Les Francais tougher...  ;D

The whole thing is a hoax and to beat all, the medications are associated with serious problems because some make you pee away the liquid in your blood so the blood is thicker and cannot clean the body as well, clumps up and causes more problems. Instead the PPL simply need to drink more water or maybe eat raw food, the ultimate solution IMO.

If the blood does not have enough water in it, the heart has to pump harder to push it around, so the pressure goes up. If you dry it out even more with diuretic drugs, it gets worse. I have forgotten the action of the other drugs for HBP, but recall that they cause problems also.

I was a pro pilot, so I had to have it checked every 6 months. If I walked to the office even a block or two or up stairs I would have alarmingly high BP even tho my resting BP is actually low due to my meditation. I am an exercise guy so it is lower also, actually it was too low. I used to be able to cause my heart to slow right down which I would do to freak out the nurses. They would give me a little spank to stop doing it as I knew them all.

I knew one guy who liked his beer and he had a heck of a time with his medical for this reason.

Notice the airhead Doc also poopooed eating fat.

Bottom line it is all BS. Period.

Primal Diet / Re: I'm making high meat for first time
« on: June 22, 2017, 05:59:07 am »
Bad breath is a function of your digestion. Poor digestion, whether that means that it is too strong or too weak means bad breath. Digestion that is too strong makes you have sour breath and too weak and you get the smell of feces.

So all that to say that if you eat high meat the odds are that your breath should improve.

Primal Diet / Re: I'm making high meat for first time
« on: June 19, 2017, 11:29:55 pm »
I should add that I was not ill when I did the high meat.

Primal Diet / Re: I'm making high meat for first time
« on: June 19, 2017, 11:26:16 pm »
I did high meat for about a year. I did not really notice too much. but the king of high meat is TylerDurban.

Health / Re: How do you get over your addiction to cooked food?
« on: June 02, 2017, 11:36:17 pm »
Congrats for taking the plunge!

There is lots of answers to this question in older threads. It's a normal question.

I did it cold turkey. Was a bit difficult as I was a vege for 23 years prior. I had about a 6 month acclimatization period where my digestion was sluggish. I suspect in retrospect that it would have been wise to make some sauerkraut or some other type of fermented food to ease the transition. Putting raw honey in with the foods certainly helped though.

The issue is that (as TD says) there is a certain amount of addiction to the cooked food as some sorts of bacteria thrive on it. Your body has about 10 pounds of bacteria in it. There is apparently more bacteria in your body than your cells and some PPL theorize that the reason humans have done so well with a DNA that is not particularly different than lower animals is that we have co-opted the DNA of the bacteria to do a lot of our digestion, disease fighting etc. However when you think about it this makes your body a community or large city with trillions of inhabitants and when you suddenly change whole neighbourhoods by a dietary change, you get a revolution. Hey we want that crap you were eating before and so out the pitchforks come...  ;D

Bread is a seriously addictive food, but I have gone cold turkey off of it and although it is subtle, I notice the improvement.

Some PPL do better easing in, like yourself.

Eating cooked food is not some sort of mortal sin. It's just better to eat raw and the the higher the percentage the better.

The true problem with cow milk is that first of all it contains 3 times more protein than human milk. This is too much protein for a child, and it explains why children fed on cow milk have livers and kidneys 30% bigger in volume than those of children fed on breast milk. Secondly, cow milk may have three times the amount of calcium than mothers milk, it also has 5 times the amount of phosphate, which binds to calcium in the intestinal track and prevents 2/3 of it to be absorbed. Which explains in part why the heavy dairy-drinking populations also have a high prevalence of osteoporosis.

Nice theory,

I have consumed dairy all my life. I had problems with pasteurized homogenized milk but no problems with raw. However the fact is that it depends on the person. I have strong digestion and can handle the milk although I do not drink a lot. Many PPL do not handle milk well and can have serious issues in some cases. But many PPL do fine with it.

However some PPL love and do fine with say onions and garlic. I get very sick if I consume them.

We are all different and that's just the way it is.

General Discussion / Re: Evolution theory
« on: May 09, 2017, 09:20:46 am »
AJ is generally very interesting and speaks about things that he seems to have proofs for....

Hot Topics / Re: Why does everyone swear by soaked nuts and seeds?
« on: April 29, 2017, 07:14:09 am »
My understanding is that you are sprouting them so the enzymes in them are converted to nutrition. I see tiny sprouts on almonds when I soak them.

Also the skin can come off so they taste better.

Off Topic / Re: Give us a laugh !
« on: April 22, 2017, 01:31:04 am »
I recall is some book, I read that eating leaves that have been juiced is a good thing. Maybe I'll try it.....

Off Topic / Re: Quote of the Day(inspired by SD's post)
« on: April 18, 2017, 10:36:52 am »
"I freed a thousand slaves. I could have freed more if only they knew they were slaves"

Harriet Tubman.

Off Topic / Re: The Truth About Vaccines
« on: April 15, 2017, 12:27:49 am »
That was the best explanation of the polio epidemic BS.

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