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Subject: Announcing The Healing Cancer World Summit Official Line Up!

This is your host and producer of the Healing Cancer
World Summit, Kevin Gianni, and I have a special
message for you today...

The Healing Cancer World Summit starts on October
25th, 2011 and we've just finalized the line up of
speakers - dates and times.

Today, I wanted to share them with you so you can
mark off your calendars so you won't miss a thing.

Now, I understand some of you may not be able to make
all the calls (or you may want to listen to them
again), so what we've done is put together a special
upgrade package that will allow you lifetime access
to these lectures and transcripts to read - in
digital or printed format.

This special upgrade pack is available now with 3
extra pre-event bonuses that will be taken down on
October 26th.

The package of the bonuses is literally worth more
than the upgrade itself, so you can be sure we've put
together a bunch of great value if you want these
lectures in your own library to listen to again or
share with those who need them most.

Here's that link to upgrade now before the pre-event
bonuses expire on the 26th...

Next up, schedule!

To listen to these lectures, you will go to this page
every night:

On this page now, there are instructions on how to
listen to the calls, so be sure to read how to do that
before the event starts.

Now, here's the play-by-play schedule for the Healing
Cancer World Summit:

Tuesday, October 25th at 8:00 PM EST / 5:00 PM PST -
Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez and Charlotte Gerson.

Wednesday, October 26th at 8:00 PM EST / 5:00 PM PST -
Dr. Francisco Contreras and Dr. Leigh Erin Connealy.

Thursday, October 27th at 8:00 PM EST / 5:00 PM PST -
Dr. Thomas Lodi and Dr. David Getoff.

Friday, October 28th at 8:00 PM EST / 5:00 PM PST -
Mike Adams and Marcus Freudenmann.

Saturday, October 29th at 8:00 PM EST / 5:00 PM PST -
Burton Goldberg and two special cancer survivor guests.

So go ahead and mark these down and make sure you
clear out your calendar.  It's my mission to provide
you with the highest quality information possible and
believe me, the caliber of experts in this event is

That's it for me today...

Remember, the calls are free for 24 hours.  So anyone
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(Note: Pre-event bonuses will be taken down on October
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I'll have some more to share a little later this week -
stay tuned!

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Why is it that Lance Armstrong, an avid bicycler to say the least, got testicular cancer, ...of all cancers? How common is it for professional bicyclists to get some kind of cancer in that area around the prostate?

Any ways to help prevent such a problem?

General Discussion / Re: beef heart preparation ideas
« on: September 10, 2011, 11:00:15 am »
heart seems to be the easiest organ for me to eat, taste wise, out of all the bison organs. i've only tried beef liver before.

Health / Re: Cause of Heart Disease?
« on: September 02, 2011, 03:48:33 am »
One aspect that is not related is how you respond to situations. for example, my uncle ate healthy and exercised often. He ate a much better diet than a typical SAD diet. However, his attitude was a typical Type A behavior. Always angry, resentful....obviously angry too..not just passive aggressive..and he got a heart attack and died when he was in his late 50's early 60's.

They say that when you have angry or hostile thoughts constantly, you tear muscles in your heart slowly....something like that

Health / Re: Ulcer?
« on: September 02, 2011, 03:41:58 am »
First, I would like to say that I find it funny that I have probably suffered worse health problems after starting to eat raw than I ever did eating SAD.. first I seemed to have developed either salmonella or e.coli (I was having abdominal pains/cramps after eating and sick-feeling diarrhea for about a week straight, which has never happened to me before) then I think I got a urinary tract infection (burning pain while urinating, eventually finding blood in my urine, which I have never had problems with before) and now I seemed to have developed what I think to be an ulcer (burning/cramping pain in my stomach in the same spot after eating certain things, which has never happened before).

However, all the benefits far outweigh these inconveniences I have suffered.  Increased energy, less sleep needed (and I used to sleep around 10+ hours a day), and most wonderfully, my acne slowly but surely disappearing.. I don't think I will ever go back to a commercial or SAD diet ever again, despite how much I miss the food.

But right now I have a problem.  Everytime I eat certain foods, mostly fruits or bee pollen or honey other than my manuka honey, I experience a burning pain in my stomach, almost immediately after consuming.  Now, lately my diet has mostly comprised of fruits, raw honey, raw milk, raw cheese, and raw grass-fed beef when I can get it.  The problem I've had lately is that the raw 100% grass-fed ground beef I usually got and ate from trader joe's has started to taste nasty to me, and the only raw meat that tastes good to me anymore is a grass-fed top sirloin that is almost always out of stock at my organics store.  Now, I also work at Domino's, a pizza place, so there is a LOT of temptation at work to eat pizza almost everyday.  To prevent this, I have normally been eating two pieces of toast right before work, made from very lightly toasted (like left for no more than a minute in the toaster) ezekiel low sodium bread, smothered in trader joe's organic unsalted peanut butter (the only ingredient on th list is organic dry roasted unblanched valenca peanuts), trader joe's raw organic honey, and sprinkled with organic cinnamon on top.  Now I know this isn't the best of things to eat, and that it is hardly raw, but I think it is a far better substitute than ending up eating pizza at work.  This is what comprised my diet when I first started feeling the pains, but about day or two after the pain started, the meat I like came into stock at my organics store, and I started eating raw beef everyday for a week, and since then I have been eating nearly 100% raw.. the only time I may not have was when I went with my father and grandpa to a restaurant for dinner on father's day, although luckily we went to a place that had fish, and I ate an ahi tuna steak sashimi, which was served to me raw, however I do not know if the soy sause or the wasabi or the ginger that I also ate with it was raw at all.  But it didn't cause me any problems, and other than that I have been eating completely raw, but my stomach is still causing me pain, and I don't know what to do about it, because I have run out of beef and my store wasn't in stock, and I can't get back there until Thursday.  I have been drinking plenty of water (I only drink fiji water, which has a pH of 7.8 ) and trying to avoid acidic foods, but that's just the thing.. I've been looking up which foods are acidic and which are alkaline, and it seems that a lot of the food I eat is actually alkaline, and a lot of the foods that don't bother my stomach are actually acidic, and it's all very confusing, and I don't know what to do.. I also read someone here that said a pitta diet is best for ulcers and stuff, but many of the foods on the allow list are what cause discomfort, and I also know that my digestion can't really be that hot, as my stools come out light-coloured.  I drank raw apple cider vinegar for the passed two days, but I've run out now, and I've also been eating a lot of raw manuka honey which doesn't cause problems, although my regular raw honey and my bee pollen caused the most discomfort.  

So, does anyone know anything that can help with a possible ulcer?  I've had this problem for nearly two weeks now..

Based on your original post in this thread, I think you should cut out or significantly reduce the honey, vinegar. Drink the milk if it is fresh....if it sours then it may also aggrevate your stomach, so reduce/avoid it.

all those foods I just mentioned ( honey, vinegar, and soured milk ) can aggrevate the stomach from my experience. In addition, you may try to drink some raw cabbage juice (either blend some cabbage up with some water and strain out the pulp, or use a juicer). . . cabbage juice is known to heal ulcers rapidly.

Good luck and these suggestions are based on my personal experience from similar situations.

Hot Topics / Re: Coriander kills bad e.coli!
« on: September 01, 2011, 05:37:49 am »
Is cilantro the american name for coriander??

I just remembered that Aajonus mentioned cilantro very often and recommended it to many people (during his sessions, somewhere in 2000-2002).


Cilantro is the leaves,stems of the plant. . . the herb so to speak.

coriander is the seeds of the cilantro plant

How do you grow your own bugs? and which kinds? what do the bugs eat? how many can you grow? in what kind of containers, and how do you feed them to the chickens? do you have a rooster?

General Discussion / Yolk color
« on: July 31, 2011, 11:00:34 am »
I always thought the darker the yolk the healthier the egg -- but I'm reading online about how cracked corn can cause yolks to become orange too. So if that's true, the color of the yolk won't be indicative of pasture time for the birds.

So does that mean yolks that are not bright orange -- even if supposedly pastured in the summertimes......are still pasture raised?  I don't get it.....some conventional organic eggs have on occasion seemed more dark orange than pasture raised  organic eggs

I liked it a lot...even though that religious argument didn't work in his favor in terms of the reasoning at all, since many religious books mention using animals for food.

I also sensed his hostility and anger....and although I didn't like it, I think his ability to speak clearly the whole lecture very concisely and to the point was aided by that he was channeling that anger into what he was doing. He mentions having been arrested several times. As somebody who has gotten in trouble once in my late adolescence, I can somewhat relate to the frustration from the dominance of the law, which can sometimes uphold unjust laws.

After 2,169 lectures to more than 60,000 students in 170 schools in 29 states, there is no doubt that Gary's presentation is the most powerful, informative and passionate speech ever conducted about ethical veganism.

runtime length : 1 hr 10 mins

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Aajonus Upcoming Interview
« on: July 24, 2011, 03:55:56 am »
Interesting I was just going to post info about this I found from facebook
Dr. Douglas Graham has confirmed that he will debate Aajonus. We now wait for Patrick Timpone of One Radio Network to establish the day. Anticipate!

Looking forward to it...

Off Topic / Lasik surgery?
« on: July 15, 2011, 12:25:34 pm »
What's the opinion on eye surgery to correct vision?

Yeah I agree with what you said there.....I spoke via e-mail with a grassfed only dairy farmer who lives too far from me but preaches sustainable but quality farming practices like grassfed only, milking by hand, etc. He told me that by grassfeeding, he experiences a 40% milk production drop, but that the quality is far superior.

I liken grain fed milk, even as low as 15% of the diet, as creating diluted milk. So you would need to drink 2 or 3 gallons of milk from grain fed cows compared with only 1 gallon of milk from a grass fed cow.

Oh I see.........what do you think about the fact that the milk I get is from organic cows but get about 8 lbs of grain per day, 365 days a year, along with their grazing in summer months and hay in winter months?

Yeah I agree with doesn't make sense to eat too many eggs (or milk) in the winter, especially if they are also being supplemented with grains. Maybe it would make sense if they were only fed dried forage and some fresh vegetables, like from your own personal farm animals, ....but otherwise I wasn't planning to eat much milk or eggs in the winter , especially from local sources. Thank you


Although I'd like to say I'm consuming raw eggs and raw milk from grass-fed only animals, it seems business and industry has corrupted century long traditions. So I've compromised for some time now with eating free range, fertile eggs that are fed grains, and pasture raised organic raw milk that is also supplemented with a good amount of grains.

Now my question is whether these foods have advantages despite being fed grains. I know for one thing, the omega 6 content will substantially increase with grain feeding and without grass, the omega 3 content will diminish significantly. So it's possible healthy foods like raw eggs can become unhealthy with abnormal fatty acid ratios.

So maybe there is some level of balance, where a little bit is better than nothing....and maybe that's where I want to go with this. Currently I'm eating about 4 dozen of these eggs per week and about a gallon or two of milk a week. The thing is, I really like variety....for taste and nutritional sake if I stopped drinking the milk and decreased this egg consumption, I'd probably increase the meat intake of different wild fish and other shellfish, and grass fed meats.

I guess one way to ask what I'm trying to get at here, is that is grass fed beef/ lamb automatically, no matter what, better than free range fertile eggs that are fed grains (and have access to pasture...though I don't know how much access, the yolks vary from yellow to deep orange..even within 1 dozen's not really a consistent color from egg to egg to say one way or the other unfortunately).


Primal Diet / Re: Best Blenders,Juicers and Food Processors ?
« on: June 24, 2011, 02:45:28 am »
I think AV recommends the Green Star. I have an Omega 8004 and that's supposed to be a faster cleanup than the greenstar but a lower quality juice because the pulp is wetter and maybe some other factors....
- it does take a while to juice though....

i'd probably get a green star i could exchange the one i have without extra costs.

Health / Re: High Cholesterol
« on: June 24, 2011, 02:34:59 am »
I recommend if you want to lower cholesterol levels or change the ratio of HDL to LDL in favor of HDL, eat less red meats,   

    and more: seafoods, coconut cream, and raw eggs.

Hot Topics / Re: Vague question for raw dairy drinkers
« on: June 21, 2011, 12:07:22 am »
I spoke with a farmer who grass feeds his cows 100% and milks them by hand. He says most dairy producers will feed grain because grass feeding is not particularly profitable. Then he said he experiences about a 40% drop in milk production from grass feeding, but that the quality is far superior.

Primal Diet / Re: coconut cream
« on: June 19, 2011, 12:41:00 pm »
Well, i think if you are getting the young thai coconuts, there is no need to make coconut cream because the flesh is so soft and it's mostly water in there. I can't say anything about them being sprayed because I'm not sure, but if those young thai coconuts were cheaper I would get them as a staple (they are usually > $2.50 per coconut).

I get the brown mature coconuts and make coconut cream from that. Is that what you mean by coconut palms? I don't eat the flesh by itself becuase I heard it has phytic acid that chewing it can cause loss of minerals in the teeth.

Anyway, here is a link to Aajonus Vonderplanitz's recommendation for how to make coconut cream, what kind of coconuts to get, and how to choose good coconuts.

(just use the Find option in your browser and search for 'Making coconut cream' or something like that. )

Why not eat fish most of the time, and beef sometimes? Or some eggs sometimes too..

General Discussion / Re: Sea Vegetables
« on: June 10, 2011, 05:34:32 am »
I just get sometimes the ones at the health food store like dulse, nori wraps, kelp, or kombu.

I wash them off because they have lots of salt coated on the outside.

One recipe is to take romaine leafs, and put strips of dulse, tomato slices, and avocado on it and eat it like a pizza.

I think that's fine if you don't want to eat fruits or vegetables. Personally, I think vegetables balance animal products in terms of balancing acidic conditions. I also feel cucumbers and cucumber juice in particular, along with other vegetables, to be quite refreshing.

Hi everybody

I just got an order of organ-meats from Northstarbison from online, since they have 100% grass fed bison available. I get frozen out of convenience, but they have fresh available . It would be too costly to order weekly from them because of shipping, so I just order a bunch at once frozen.

Anyways, last time I ordered from them, I noticed something peculiar about the kidneys. One of the packages, was normal red looking color. It tastes good too. But in another package, a separate one, the kidney looked greenish color, and it had a much stronger smelling odor and taste than the previously described kidney.

So I didn't think too much about it, other than hoping that I wouldn't get any green looking kidneys on a future order. So I made that order a few days ago and got the shipment today. I got some heart, liver, tongue, kidneys, pancreas, testicles, spleen, and suet.

Well, out of the 3 kidneys that I ordered, 2 of them have a similar greenish hue to them...especially one of them. In addition, the tongue has a greenish hue on one particular side. Can you please look at these pictures and tell me what you think, and/ or if you've had any experience with anything like greenish colored organ, specifically kidney, but also tongue (though this is my first time ordering tongue so I don't know what it tastes like).

Here is a picture of 2 kidneys (top) and liver ( bottom) . the Liver is for comparison in terms of the color. I've gotten kidneys the same color as this liver, so is there something wrong with these greenish colored kidneys, especially the top left one?

Here is a solo picture of the kidney that was in the top left part of the last photo

and less importantly but still curious to know, in terms of this green tinge layer on one side of this tongue:

I appreciate your opinions, thanks. The other organs seem bright red and appear fresh. Since this has happened with the kidneys in particular once before, maybe I will just not buy kidneys from them. But, if there is nothing wrong with this greenish hue, then maybe it is no big deal, reiterate the taste and smell are much stronger.

Thank you

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