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Why don't you take it slow and let your body tell you how much to eat?

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Nurses have told me that giving blood is a good idea as the human body regularly  over-produces iron in the blood in order to counter parasitic infestations.

You should also raise other people's children and go fight other people's wars, Mr. Cuck

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Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Re: New and Concerns
« on: May 09, 2019, 10:24:48 am »
I don't believe that the main difficulty in switching to all raw is detox. If you stick to simple foods like tuna, steak, liver and fruits I don't expect a strong reaction, and you'll be fed for a few days. IMO the difficulty is maintaining a fully raw diet in the long term because it is difficult a) logistically b) palate-wise c) to keep weight d) to get all the diverse foods you need. To solve a), b), c) and d) you will have to wrestle and problem solve until you can be fed and happy on a raw diet.

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I was researching it last night and apparently, the only way that the bubonic plague is diagnosed is by the presence of this bacteria (yersinia) in body fluids.  They should take blood samples of the people who ate the wild rodent but didn't get bubonic plague. I bet they would find the bacteria in the people who didn't get sick as well.  Then that would knock back the theory of germ-induced disease.  I bet they didn't take any samples from the healthy people.  Why aren't they more thorough?

It also reminded me of something - I once read a chapter from a book called "Survival of the Sickest."  It said that most people of Western European descent developed a mutation that helped them survive the plague.  The mutation, however, results in a disease called hemochromatosis - this is excessive iron in the blood.  But somehow this disease helped Europeans survive the plague, so it is passed down to people today who are of Western European descent.  The ones who died from eating the wild meat that had the yersinia bacteria - did they have European ancestry?  Or another ancestry that didn't develop the mutation to help survive the plague?

Smart

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Personals / Re: Dating a paleo man
« on: March 07, 2019, 02:18:03 pm »
@littleElefant
pmed

@ProsPerryT
I can only imagine the odds of finding an rpd partner are incredibly slim unless you go on this forum

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Science / Re: Neanderthal sticky thread
« on: March 07, 2019, 02:04:57 pm »
Neanderthals = white people

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My take on the matter, is that, you will feel, how much is enough. For a powerful effect, expose your private areas to the sun. When I did so, I felt amazing.

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Journals / Re: Fenrir's Journal
« on: June 17, 2018, 11:55:07 pm »
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More than anything I feel a strong need for emotional connection in my life but I struggle greatly to connect with people in my age group, I just lack any interest in most things that most people today concern themselves with and then I've got strange facets of my life including the whole raw diet and a few other manifestations and I never really have connected well with most people before all this, I do have friends and I have been growing closer with them in recent time but don't feel a connection on any incredible level yet, and I haven't been intimate with a girl in almost a year. Its not that I'm antisocial I'm outgoing I talk to people all day long at work, I have lots and lots of acquaintances, and I get numbers of people I'm sexually attracted to all the time, its just that none of it ever leads anywhere I just don't click with anyone. I know that I don't need anybody and really my primary goal is to find happiness on my own in a sustainable real tangible form, but I get lonely at the same time.

Where do you live, my friend? If I could give my two cents on connecting with people, in my view it's a matter of motivation and commonalities. It's pretty straightforward to understand what I mean by commonalities. To explain motivation, take for instance successful salespeople. They manage to connect with people from all walks of life, on a variety of topics. They don't necessarily have these hobbies in common, but they succeed in connecting because they take a strong interest in what people are doing. In other words, what allows them connect with people is the strong motivation/interest to do so, financial in this case. As long as you don't have a genuine interest in connecting, you will have difficulty connecting. I know I have. Hope this helps.

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General Discussion / Re: The Indoor Generation
« on: June 17, 2018, 11:44:01 pm »
Check out "Heal Yourself with Sunlight", a book by Andreas Moritz

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Off Topic / Re: Raw Paleo Diet Forum Statistics
« on: June 17, 2018, 11:41:36 pm »
I actually know Paleophil in real life, we happen to live in neighboring towns here in Vermont. Your characterization of him is not remotely accurate. Why do you feel the need to tear people down like that, when you have never met them and live thousands of miles away?

Eric, I would be curious to know if you have thoughts on the matter - whether the decrease in members is a consequence of health complications? And whether Phil's theory about starches holds water?

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Journals / Re: a_real_man's journal
« on: June 16, 2018, 08:50:58 am »
Posting my 1 year raw-nniversary pic:


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Interesting... I might try that sometime.

Here's a before picture. It's an egg, a piece of chicken breast, lots of pieces of pork, and a piece of liver:


Here's a picture a few hours later:


Chicken is missing...  ;D

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Personals / Re: Bay area, California!!
« on: June 16, 2018, 08:01:20 am »
I will be moving up to the bay shortly.

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Off Topic / Re: Raw Paleo Diet Forum Statistics
« on: June 16, 2018, 07:54:19 am »
It would be really nice, to see more of the veterans. After all, they would be the best exemplars, of the effects of a raw diet, and have the most experience to share.

One concern I have, is that if members are disappearing, it is conceivable that they gave up or got sick on the diet. Phil concluded that you need to have starch to sustain the diet, and if you don't, you will get sick. He then pointed out several folks who went ill. With people dropping out, it is conceivable that he was right, and they are going ill. But there is just no way of knowing.

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Off Topic / Re: Traditional asian foods... some amazing stuff:
« on: June 15, 2018, 09:53:33 pm »
Of the foods you mention, Poke is commonly found in the US.

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Sounds very promising. The one challenge, I see with the no shampoo method, is how to keep your hair from smelling, when you are an on-site employee.

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General Discussion / Re: Parasites Worms in our intestines
« on: June 11, 2018, 02:02:57 am »
I would advise you to do your due diligence in research, and then reach your own conclusions, keeping careful view of the assumptions you are making. In my view, you are making a good decision, in asking the RPD community about their experience with parasites. Make sure to also research old posts. After you do so, look up the scientific literature regarding parasites. Note that there is research showing how parasites are used to heal diseases. There is research showing parasites have difficulty infecting healthy bodies. Look up AV's ideas on parasites. Read up on Instinctotherapy. Take a look at folks who are eating a standard diet and see what their results with parasites are like - this is your control group. Then take a look at vegans, see what their results are like - experimental group #1. Try to see what the RPD eaters are like, in terms of parasites, and see how they are doing - experimental group #2.

Finally, I'll share my 2-cents. I've been eating RPD for 1 year now. I've eaten a large variety of raw animal foods, ranging from various cuts and organs of beef, raw chicken, raw fish organs that I gutted myself, crab, lobster, insects, all the way to more "advanced" foods like, cuts of pork, rotten maggot infested meat, 3 month old high liver and cuts I left several days in the sun. I've not seen or felt a single parasite interact with my body.

But let us say that I did. It would be important not to jump to conclusions. A parasite may be beneficial to me. And even if it were harmful to me, maybe the trade is worth it. I would keep these ideas in mind, and do thorough research.

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Health / Re: Cancer - Solutions?
« on: June 09, 2018, 08:46:37 am »
Check out the book "cancer is not a disease". It might contain some ideas you might find useful.

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Doesn't it become too hot in the sun, specially if on concrete or on stones?

I haven't encountered that problem. Perhaps removing it from the sun after a few hours would solve this issue.

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My personal experience, would suggest that, sun-baked meat, is the cream-of-the-crop of food. I've noticed that when I consume meat left in the sun for several hours, my stomach comes to life; I have a nice pleasant feeling in my gut, my bowel movements are smooth, and I'm generally more mellow and joyful. Another data point, that might be informative, is that my favorite food, by far, is sun-baked chicken breast... I haven't had it in some time, mostly because of logistic challenges, but I do crave it, and when I had it, it was so amazing, I almost felt like crying.

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Can you elaborate, on why why you think, fear of creepy-crawlies is natural? In many parts of the world, people view creepy-crawlies as snacks. Wouldn't that suggest the situation to be social conditioning?

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General Discussion / Re: Raw meat changing one`s character?
« on: June 06, 2018, 01:01:35 am »
It's an interesting idea you propose. May I suggest that it requires more data, to draw conclusions. I see a myriad of confounding variables and alternative hypotheses:
- Sv3rige may have become more famous, hence perhaps, more arrogant and condescending.
- Sv3rige may have gotten angry with the results of his prior diet, and then, despite switching to RPD, held on to his anger.
- Sv3rige may be receiving positive feedback, on his channel, for this type of abusive behavior.
- RPD may increase testosterone, thus increasing likelihood of aggressive behavior. Evidence for increase of testosterone is my own personal increase in muscle definition and sexual drive.
- Like the other folks in the forum are suggesting, there may be a detoxification period.
- Anyone who is eating RPD has, to some extent, realized that society has been deceiving them. This can be a source of anger. This applies doubly-so to Sv3rige, who according to his videos, believes in a flat earth, illuminati, and other non-mainstream ideas.

Personally, I see myself as, a calm individual. However, I cannot claim that it has much to do with diet, since I am not prone to anger, generally speaking. However, my impression is that I am more joyful, especially when I am well-fed on RPD.

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I'm a little skeptical about the design of the experiment. How, exactly, are they controlling for social conditioning.

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Wonderful find.

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Off Topic / Re: Carbon monoxide in sushi
« on: May 30, 2018, 11:30:24 pm »
"Gas, often used for tuna, preserves cuts and helps maintain bright pink colour"

This is, very consistent with my own personal experience. A few months ago, I tried eating a certain cut of tuna, and felt instinctual reluctance. I then tried to let it ferment in the sun, hoping that my taste buds would find it more appealing. I then noticed, that even after a few days, no insects, were consuming it.

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