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Personals / Re: What happened to Tyler Durden?
« on: January 08, 2023, 09:32:28 pm »
Today marks the three year anniversary of Tyler's vanishment.

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Journals / Re: Using Diet to Heal
« on: January 06, 2023, 09:18:24 pm »
There are millions of way to season meat so it will not taste bland.

You can also try warming it up to body temperature. That will improve taste.

You can also look for other sources of meats.

If the meat has been frozen it will taste a lot more bland. If it's feedlot meat, it will taste a lot more bland.

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Personals / Re: What happened to Tyler Durden?
« on: January 01, 2023, 12:14:38 am »
Ending another year without a word on what happened to Tyler.

In 8 days it will be 3 years since he disappeared.

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roids is short for steroids.

All artificial hormones are harmful. Hormones are a signal to your body's tissues to act a certain way, they are not a source of power or health. If you've suffered an injury that damages your body's ability to produce certain hormones, perhaps you could have an argument. But blanket injecting artificial hormones into anyone is a terrible idea. If your body wanted hormones, it would make them.

Being very active is not always a good idea. If your body wanted you to be lifting up weights, climbing steep mountains and doing muay thai, it would make the natural versions of the artificial hormones you're injecting. AV always said some people shouldn't be too active, and there's nothing wrong with that, particularly once you reach a certain age.

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Well that took a quick turn!

From denouncing roid use in every pro bodybuilder/athlete to calling roids the holy grail!

Sure man, roids aren't bad for you. Keep telling yourself that while you inject some more poison right into your veins. Just make sure it is expensive roids, wouldn't want to be injecting street quality substances. Gotta make big pharma some more bucks too. They gotta squeeze it from the likes of us somehow.

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This lifestyle will improve the health of anyone, so yes saber, whatever someone's poison is, they can mitigate it being smart in other lifestyle choices. Of course that doesn't mean the poison is good or that it will have no ill effects on them.

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General Discussion / Re: sus organic beef fat
« on: December 21, 2022, 07:24:26 pm »
"mostly grassfed" could mean anything.

And there's a lot of poisons allowed in certified organic practices.

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Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: December 14, 2022, 07:14:31 pm »
I am hopeful that everything could go as you plan. I'll try to keep tabs on this so I don't miss your help requests.

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Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: December 13, 2022, 04:50:22 pm »
Let me know if there's anything I can do, any evidence you want me to gather and send your way, or if you wanna talk about your legal strategy and get an amateur opinion from someone who doesn't trust the system.

You could also request help and advice from other organizations and individuals involved in similar battles. We could all forward your case to some of them, as well.

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General Discussion / Re: unheated honey
« on: December 12, 2022, 12:47:51 am »
You could always move to a rural area and keep your own bees.

Or, get to know your farmers/beekeepers really well, and then you know if you can trust them.

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General Discussion / Re: unheated honey
« on: December 11, 2022, 09:00:56 pm »
Try to get some raw honeycomb then. That's almost always unheated, as heating it would defeat the purpose.

However, it could have bad things added to it, or been contaminated by. The bees may have been fed sugar / HFCS, and the flowers the bees ate from may have been sprayed. Many beekeepers also use pesticides and other chemicals to control pests, and almost all of them use smoke to more easily manage the bees.

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Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: December 11, 2022, 09:37:22 am »
Did the first trial start? Best of luck and I hope you can find a way to talk some sense into the NPCs.

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General Discussion / Re: Can I eat grocery store grainfed and ground beef?
« on: December 10, 2022, 01:20:50 am »
Yes you can, but no, don't let it get high. That's dangerous. Only let high quality trusted sources go high. Toxic environment makes bacteria produce toxic byproducts. Very bad idea, you could even die in some extreme cases.

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General Discussion / Re: Does raw meat gets cooked in the stomach anyway?
« on: December 10, 2022, 01:18:00 am »
Also people say that if the meat is factory grown and toxic it's best to cook it before eating.

Do the toxins just disappear once cooked I don't understand.

There could be toxins added on purpose, that become inert during cooking. But other than those nefarious poisons, no, cooking doesn't remove most toxins, but what it does do, according to AV, is break the fat cell barriers that bind some of those toxins, and make them available for you, so you can accumulate them instead of letting them pass by. This may result in lower incidences of digestive distress, but not for good reasons.

Another thing cooking does according to AV, is stop or minimize the intensity of detoxes, so you can feel "fine", but really you aren't doing yourself any favors in the long term.

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General Discussion / Re: Does raw meat gets cooked in the stomach anyway?
« on: December 10, 2022, 01:14:40 am »
No, acid doesn't "cook", cooking is heating to a certain temperature, acid doesn't do that. Also, our stomachs produce small quantities of acid, and only in the right and proper amounts for each meal.

What acid does do is generate the maillard reaction, which also occurs during cooking. But a lot of other chemical reactions happen during cooking that don't happen from acid, and vice-versa.

If you take a piece of meat and marinate it in any strong acid, such as lemon juice, you will generate this reaction, and it may have a similar color to cooked meat, but it's not cooked, and if you try to eat it, you will notice this difference. Or, if you put it under a microscope, you'll find all sorts of things different in both.

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General Discussion / Re: unheated honey
« on: December 09, 2022, 08:19:01 pm »
so i managed to find a source of unheated honey. the guy says they don’t filter it, mix it nor heat it, that the honey is untouched and just what the bees have made it to be. so, i am wondering now if there is a way to test it, since i hate blindly believing what most people say. so far it seems fine, the honey doesn’t disrupt my digestion if i don’t eat too much of it(one day i really ate too much lol and my digestion wasn’t as great as usually), as the conventional honey does, but i’m still not convinced. is there any way to test the honey in some way for signs that would indicate it was heated or processed?

There are a few things you could do, but none is entirely reliable.

In my experience, if you eat truly raw honey alone, you will feel a weird sensation in your stomach, and it might even make you feel lightheaded. Heated honey doesn't cause this, or doesn't cause it as much.

Raw honey tends to crystallize more easily than heated honey.

If heated a lot, honey tends to become clearer.

Unfiltered honey will have bits of debris in it, that's the reason it is regularly filtered, to remove any impurities.

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So we were right here in our assumptions. It's good he admitted it.

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Off Topic / Natural ear muffs
« on: September 22, 2022, 03:59:57 am »
Any ideas or experiences as to what natural materials can be used to make effective ear muffs for sound reduction?

I'm looking for a material that will reduce sound perception without having to press hard against your ears, and I want to avoid plugs if possible.

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You are literally on the false scarcity and eugenics virtue signaling program and you don't don't know it.

Don't take it personal. PA repeats the same thing in every thread.

https://www.rawpaleodietforum.com/index.php?topic=13765.msg149273#msg149273

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Raw Weston Price / Re: For Perfect Health.
« on: September 13, 2022, 03:48:10 am »
Interesting insights, Ion.

AV believed green juices were useful for eliminating toxins.

All human cultures seem to have consumed some green plant foods in some form, if available. The only exception I know of is the inuit people, who traditionally lived in areas where no land plants will grow for most (or all) of the year.

What is your view of highly domesticated, super fructose rich fruits such as most of what you find in grocery stores today?

What is your view regarding year-round consumption of fruits, which in the wild, would only be possible in the tropics?

What is your view regarding low-fructose fruits such as tomatoes, cucumbers, and peppers?

Regarding sodium, I believe muscle meats contain significant but not huge amounts, whereas blood contains a much higher amount.

What is your view regarding drinking small amounts of unpolluted sea water, or using it to season foods?

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Personals / Re: What happened to Tyler Durden?
« on: August 22, 2022, 11:12:02 pm »
31 months...

I don't know if any restrictions are left in Austria at this time. I read somewhere that most local restrictions were lifted 5 months ago, but that travel restrictions remained.

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But AJ has claimed since the beginning that SH was a hoax...

The world is full of lies, I believe AJ is probably supported by some powerful people, but I highly doubt it's the BG. What's more likely is that whoever calls the shots in the BG, controls him too.

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Health / Re: I have IBS at 19
« on: July 07, 2022, 01:29:55 am »
How long have you had this for?

What do you eat?

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General Discussion / Re: How can I make raw meat taste nicer
« on: June 09, 2022, 11:33:14 pm »
It's normal to assume that meat fat is bad when most of the nutritional industrial complex has been pushing vegetable oil, starch and sugar for the past 40+ years.

If any positive mention is given to meat at all, it's about protein, and if you only want the protein then lean meat is where you'll find it.

This has been slowly changing over the past 10-15 years.

Add the fact that raw fat from grainfed animals tends to taste bad, and even most raw paleoers will tend to focus on lean cuts.

Another thing you can try is leaving meat out to get to room temperature, some even place it in the sun for a few hours to warm up. It does taste better that way.

Fortunately most people still believe fat is trash, so you are able to purchase fattier cuts more cheaply than lean ones. You can indeed buy fat trimmings from a local butcher or slaughterhouse depending on how things are structured where you live.

Everybody's always known that fat is where the taste is at, humans aren't supposed to eat a low fat diet. This is why things like heavy marbling is valued highly. Because that meat just tastes better when cooked. The reason marbled meat tastes better is because of all the fat that's inbetween the muscle. Due to the fact that it's not practical to try to remove it, people just eat it. Whereas in cuts where the fat is on the outside of the muscle, someone does the trimming either at the slaugherhouse, butcher shop or kitchen, or all of the above, until only the lean muscle remains, with the belief that lean is healthier.

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General Discussion / Re: How can I make raw meat taste nicer
« on: June 06, 2022, 08:29:35 am »
You're probably eating low quality, grain fed meats. And/or you're having only very lean cuts.

You can season it a million different ways if you want to, but it should taste good on its own.


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