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General Discussion / Re: Hello. I'm new here. Convince me to eat raw meat
« on: September 16, 2011, 01:36:14 am »
You probably won't be able to afford a fully RPD at the moment. Having a raw meat meal once a day, or even once a week would be a major boost. Supplementing your diet with organ meats like raw liver will also be important. Experiment to see how raw dairy and raw organic, "cage free" eggs work for you (I found raw fats to to make a big difference in health)

Ordering from is cheap compared to most sources. I'm not sure if it will taste good for you, but the high fat ground beef is affordable and makes a reliable staple food.

Remove all synthetic chemicals, preservatives, coloring, etc. on the SAD part of your diet, if you didn't already.

They will coerce you with threats, humiliation, and other tactics to vaccinate/drug your child. I strongly recommend against any vaccination, drugging, circumcision, etc. they will demand. There is much evidence showing the dangers of vaccines - this includes mercury poisoning, formaldehyde, immune responses, brain disorders, etc.

When I was vaccinated as a child, I would get painful irritations and dizziness very quickly.

Tuna is said to hold no risk of parasites, in mainstream sources. Even some sheeple are aware that tuna is best eaten raw.

General Discussion / Re: Avidin in raw eggs one more time
« on: July 02, 2011, 09:26:43 pm »
If I ate cooked eggs (e.g scrambled) I would get sharp stomach pains. Raw eggs gave no such effect, and I consumed up to 10-20 a day with benefits.

The processed egg protein powder companies seem to always endorse the notions of avidin, salmonella, etc.

Health / Re: Ulcer?
« on: June 27, 2011, 11:26:05 am »
Consider eating whole raw eggs. Egg whites may have soothing effects on your stomach.

Health / Re: Ulcer?
« on: June 27, 2011, 11:11:50 am »
Your symptoms sound familiar. I recently had to stop eating a type of cheese (pasteurized) that was too acidic for me. I ate it regularly for about 8 months until I started having diarrhea from just about every food besides it. Is the cheese you eat acidic and do you eat it on an empty stomach?

Is the burning pain in your stomach centered around a specific spot (like a hole burning through it)? Last year I had such a problem. It was increasing toward a period spanning about a month until I started eating bread again to absorb gastric acid and protect my stomach. Fruits can be a problem for me, especially if acidic or fermenting in my stomach due to gastroparesis.

I suggest avoiding foods that are difficult to digest, like raw vegetables and cooked meat, which also causes large acid buildup and blood pooling. I would eat raw meat, some form of comforting starch(bread, tubers, grains, maybe banana), raw honey (only diluted in water or food, concentrated sugar and open wounds in stomach may not always be good), and raw fat mixed with food. If you eat fruit, make sure it doesn't taste acidic. Milk is also an option depending on how you handle liquid food.

It's also better to eat bread non-toasted, scratchy or rough foods can increase symptoms.

Off Topic / HTML editor and/or host
« on: June 09, 2011, 03:22:49 am »
I don't have much knowledge of HTML which leads me to search for software that is simple to use. I need to construct a site with news and databases for local (and soon expanding) matters.

What simple yet flexible HTML editors exist?

General Discussion / Re: Eggs Yolks & Bloody Nose
« on: June 09, 2011, 03:15:08 am »
It sounds like an allergenic effect/histamine release. I haven't eaten raw eggs in months after they began producing strong gas.

General Discussion / Re: Northstar
« on: June 08, 2011, 05:26:14 am »
Have you ever thought about just grinding up all your meat with a meat grinder?

That's an option, but won't taste as good  ;)

Do you have any suggestions for a meat grinder?

General Discussion / Re: Northstar
« on: May 31, 2011, 08:09:43 am »
Do you get backfat? Where else do you get meat?

General Discussion / Northstar
« on: May 31, 2011, 03:41:53 am »
I will be ordering from for the first time.

Before I shop, I need to know what cuts are the most tender and have minimal connective tissue (digestive system is very sensitive). Suggestions are appreciated.

Hi José

As you mentioned, it would be important to stay away from doctors. I became very ill because of the pharmaceutical mafia and their arsenal of deadly substances - drugs, antibiotics, vaccines, etc. Your symptoms also sound familiar.

Were you able to tolerate a hot and humid climate? I would choose that over a cold climate for recovery, but it can still produce stress.

The situation with the SS is likely producing stress. I recommend using salt in some form as a means of hydration. I find vegetable fats to be harder to digest than animal.

Welcoming Committee / Re: hi
« on: May 08, 2011, 12:04:10 am »
You are probably aware that cutting out the aspartame-tainted beverages and gum will be the first step suggested. How long did you consume those in addition to meat?

BTW, where in California do you live?

Welcoming Committee / Re: hi
« on: May 05, 2011, 04:16:27 am »

Do you eat something besides meat? Also why diet coke? Are you avoiding carbs?

Journals / Re: Larry's Journal
« on: May 04, 2011, 08:27:33 am »
Larry, since you ate predominantly sirloin and skirt, I have one question - did you chew the meat or wolf it down?

Off Topic / Re: Monitors
« on: May 04, 2011, 04:48:59 am »
Yes, it was excessively bright no matter the calibration, as well as generally uncomfortable for eyes.

The iMac screens look decent (albeit 16:9), and I had better experience with glossy monitors compared to matte ones. I already have a PC and use windows so an iMac won't be of much use to me. Thanks for sharing, however.

Off Topic / Monitors
« on: May 03, 2011, 08:53:13 am »
Since building this new PC 3 months ago, I was limited to this old Dell E176FP LCD from a purchase made around 7 years ago, and it's not very friendly on the eyes. The previous computer I used was a Vaio all-in-one with a 22" screen, it was considerably more comfortable than the other monitors I used.

Recently I bought a Samsung 23" LED-backlit monitor and it was terrifying. No matter how it was calibrated, the brightness was excessive and I couldn't look at it for more than a few seconds without eye-burning, so I returned it. The plus is that it could double for use in a tanning booth.

Currently I am looking for a monitor that I can spend extended periods of time looking at, preferably 22" or larger. I would like one with a 16:10 aspect ratio (1680x1050, 1920x1200), but nearly all the modern monitors are too wide and have little vertical space. This type of setup is uncomfortable to use, but I may have to deal with the 16:9 panel fascism and just stick to a 1920x1080 monitor, or settle for a 19" 16:10 monitor. If you have experiences with monitors, please share which one is best for sensitive eyes.

Seedless fruit sounds similar to me.

If they taste good and have no additives then I would eat them. Do they come in those plastic jars? Saves the problem of shucking them.

General Discussion / Re: Foods or things that can reduce stomach acid
« on: April 30, 2011, 10:19:10 pm »
Bread absorbs stomach acid. Other starchy foods also work similarly but bread is the most effective with its sponge-like properties. I eat it to control stomach acid and it helps significantly.

That is distinct from the GMO used in mainstream food, the "modifications" are not as significant. Upon reading their page, I thought of the method as a stimulated form of selective breeding. Most of the hazards of GMO are unlikely to be encountered with these oysters, but I would like to know more about this myself.

Sometimes I order oysters from a Japanese restaurant resembling the triploids in the link you posted.

The oysters don't seem to be genetically modified, but bred specifically to produce triploids.

They're fine  :)

Welcoming Committee / Re: Introduction and a question
« on: April 24, 2011, 02:45:23 am »
When I stored pre-frozen meat in plastic it had a strong, repulsive smell that I felt for the next day after eating it. Are you experiencing any belching?

Welcoming Committee / Re: New with a beginner challenge
« on: April 21, 2011, 10:42:34 am »
If you plan to consume raw veggies regularly, I suggest juicing them. Like you said, the fiber can be very tough and result in additional problems. As an example, raw celery should probably be avoided due to the tough cellulose strands that cause a multitude of intestinal problems. The solution would be to juice, or perhaps, cook the vegetables.

Prescription drugs, the bringers of disease, are desperately being forced upon children. More efforts to keep the new generation as docile cattle.

And nobody seems to notice....

Hot Topics / Re: where to get high dose iodine ?
« on: April 04, 2011, 10:53:03 am »
Thyroid glands and seaweed are iodine dense. Also other rich foods - shellfish, organs, etc.

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