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General Discussion / Re: Kidney color
« on: July 13, 2018, 12:55:34 am »
when I get a box of chicken livers there is also a big variation in colour. Not saying it's normal for beef/kidneys but it's something to keep in mind.

Journals / Re: Dingeman's Journal
« on: July 12, 2018, 05:13:10 am »
I haven't updated in quite a while, but I'm still healing and have done so for the last couple of months so I figured it was about time that I updated this journal.

At the moment I've changed my diet to eating exclusively raw ground beef + back fat, while eating 300-500g of chicken/veal/beef liver every other day. The reason why I started eating the liver was because I couldn't get rid of all the candida toxins swerving around in my blood in a normal way. The raw meat would get those toxins in my system (meaning my body is slowly cleaning up) but the fat didn't take care of the toxins enough that I didn't suffer too much from symptoms.

You see, the anxiety that I get when I am full of candida toxins is unbearable. I start to overthink everything and also have to take a nap because I can get very tired all of a sudden, this usually happens in the afternoon (probably because of my body being overloaded by candida die-off/toxins). Eating liver quickly alleviates these symptoms, which has probably something to do with candida-induced free-radicals being cleaned up by the raw liver that I consume. I found a source for organic chicken livers that is rather cheap and usually in stock, so I should be able to maintain liver consumption for the time being.

That being said, I have noticed some signs that I've healed quite a bit from candida (or whatever is causing my issues). The first thing that I got when I started the raw primal/paleo diet was shaking and wobbling all over my body. Lots of people on the candida diet forum attested to this saying they had the same bodily sensation when they started the diet. It persisted and still persists for months but has slowly been decreasing in scale. I now only feel like 5/10 wobbles when I eat raw meat whereas I would feel around 30/50 wobbles when I started this way of eating. I figured this is my body slowly being cleaned of the candida, as toxins are expelled.

Another healing sign has been the enjoyment of music. Somewhere around 2 months ago I reached a new 'level' of music enjoyment - and all art/life enjoyment, for that matter - making me come to the conclusion that what I am doing is working and worth it. The whole reason I started this way of eating/experimenting with diet was because of depression, so seeing results in that field is definitely a very important development in my journey to health.

I am not sure if other people that healed candida had the same problems as I had. With that I mean the idea that as candida dies, the toxins circulate in the bloodstream, resulting in my candida symptoms being very active and sometimes even as bad as when I started this diet. I hope that when I mostly get rid of excess candida, my symptoms will all be gone at the same time, that would support my theory of candida toxins constantly being released as you fight the disease.

I hope I can report back to you guys in some time with more positive results. Even though it sometimes the diet can seem pointless because my symptoms just seem to return, there are always other days where I feel better than I've felt in a very long time, reminding me that I am slowly getting better.

Health / Re: Liver problems, high cholesterol - NEED HELP
« on: June 24, 2018, 08:09:45 pm »
Hey guys, I figured out I had problems due to toxicity from killing too much candida toxins at once without making them leave the body properly. I solved this problem by eating less raw meat and more raw fat, while also eating raw liver every 2/3 days.

Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Re: My current diet
« on: June 05, 2018, 07:00:46 pm »
I don't see any fat that you eat. Eating 1 kg of meat is too much, you want to eat like 600g and fill the rest with fat.

Science / Re: Absurd theory:- Cave-artists were autistic
« on: May 28, 2018, 12:02:05 am »
So then it's not fake, but rather a disease/syndrome caused by consumption of cooked/plant/processed foods. I had a childhood friend who had aspergers, it wasn't fake. I definitely could notice when his autism would act up and his parents found out he was autistic when he was only the age of 3 or 4. The mother noticed that my friend didn't make as much contact with her as other kids did with their parents.

Primal Diet / Re: Aajonus' Conspiracy Theories
« on: May 27, 2018, 08:09:56 pm »
I think it's always amusing about these conspiracy theories,, that  the 'they' are the 'you'.   Everyone drinks the fluoridated water, everyone eats the glycosides, everyone is affected by chemtrails, everyone is harmed by mono crop farming, everyone gets blood sugar problems from carbs and sugar....    The 'they' wanting to create a weaker race are weakening themselves.

This is the reason why I don't believe in a big conspiracy. Things just got out of hand when people realised grain/agriculture was an easy way to inflate population numbers. The world still suffers from this 'invention' to this day. It's human stupidity/humans being disconnected from nature.

General Discussion / Re: Enema - Colonic administration Guidelines
« on: May 21, 2018, 07:22:44 am »
What Van says.

It's important to let your body get rid of whatever it deems undesirable at it's own pace.
A paleo diet is a natural diet, meaning we eat whatever nature wants us to eat/what we are adapted to.
This also means that we must let our body heal itself in a natural way, the way it's supposed to go. There is no need to arteficially force a detox, your body will know what is right. Just give it the right ingredients.

Personals / Re: Contacting Sv3rige
« on: May 21, 2018, 04:54:21 am »
You're saying you couldn't get enough minerals from fish?
What about oysters/mussels? Oysters especially are so salty to me, it would be hard to not get enough minerals from them. They are traditionally eaten raw as well..

Science / Re: Absurd theory:- Cave-artists were autistic
« on: May 16, 2018, 06:39:08 am »
I believe true artists are actually incredibly healthy. You see, someone that is totally healthy appreciates everything in life and can sense the beauty in everything around him. It is likely that these cave artists made these paintings because it made them feel good. Not because they were autistic. This is typical 'modern' thinking, thinking that doing hard/long work makes you different than normal. The opposite is true, people that can't work hard or focus on tasks for long periods of time are sick/ill/malnourished.

Personals / Re: Contacting Sv3rige
« on: May 14, 2018, 06:47:30 pm »
Cool stuff Derek.

Do you have anything to add about your experience meeting Sv3rige? I'm curious about your view of the meeting.

AV stressed that you need to eat more fat than meat when you are detoxing hard. For example, if I only consume raw meat without any added fat, I get light-headed and slight epilepsy from all the toxins in my blood. The raw fat takes these toxins away but when you simply don't eat enough fat you can't detox all of the toxins. However, as Van said, you gotta experiment yourself to see what fits you best.

Personals / Raw Paleo in Budapest
« on: May 07, 2018, 01:33:55 am »

I will be going on a trip to Budapest, from the 8th of May 'til the 13th.

I was wondering if there were any raw paleo foodists out there who could help me find good places to buy quality meat from, safe for raw consumption.


I definitely think depression is actually inflammation. For example, candida releases toxins which in turn make you depressed, drugs and fake foods also release toxins which have inflammatory effects. No one is born depressed, so to say, 'cause it's impossible.

Journals / Re: Pagangoyims Journal
« on: April 29, 2018, 07:03:14 pm »
Maybe it's just rotten? Mine rots if i let it sit for a week and starts to smell like you described.
Perhaps you can ask your butcher to cut off the top layer, because you find the smell repulsive.

Best thread in a while.

I would start a video diary of some sorts about my raw paleo diet and how it combats my candida/depression. The thing is though that I don't feel like doing it because I am depressed. This sounds funny but is actually terrible. Imagine if I were to capture my transformation from depressed to happy and healthy on youtube while eating raw paleo. It would bring in lots of people because depression and candida are serious problems lots of people have.

Sv3rige is the one that brings in the most people at the moment by far. He does this with the video medium, as you suggested.

Off Topic / Re: 8 million Brits no longer eat meat....
« on: April 17, 2018, 02:09:45 am »
I go to university and am part of the 'hipster' youngsters, so to say. It's crazy how many of them are vegetarian/try to minimize meat consumption. They all look terrible too, just take a look at the difference between the average faculty of economics student and the average faculty of humanities student. The faculty of humanities has more females and more homosexuals/feminine boys then any other place. They destroy themselves with their diet and believe in other religions, such as homosexuality. Note: I don't believe that homosexuality is 'wrong', however I do believe that believing in a line between heterosexuality and homosexuality and having to choose between them is wrong. It's a man-made idea, and male students that limit meat consumption prefer the latter.

Off Topic / Re: Man brought up by wolves
« on: April 08, 2018, 02:55:13 am »
He claims he can connect the most with children, the human beings that haven't been poisoned by a bad diet and unhealthy lifestyle yet. Children are more likely to be natural, that's why he prefers them.

Off Topic / Re: Raw Paleo Diet Forum Statistics
« on: April 03, 2018, 06:24:38 am »
But sverige  was banned from youtube last I checked, due to a vegan fanatic citing him? Apparently, youtube has been blindly promoting vegan themes as they are seen as leftwing while perceiving anything anti-vegan  such as sverige as rightwing. It isn't - more like individualist anarchism, if at all.

This is his youtube, he still uploads every 3 days

You might be mistaking Sv3rige for Milkjar, the latter got his channel suspended because he spammed vegan channels with his 'red pill' videos. He started a new channel though, this time he claims to be Milkjar's twin brother lol. I think he does this to prevent himself from being banned again.

Off Topic / Re: Raw Paleo Diet Forum Statistics
« on: April 03, 2018, 01:53:38 am »
Sv3rige already made youtube his primary concern. I could ask him to make a video about the forum to get in some new people perhaps, but I doubt that they will be plenty.

It's fine if it's only one night. But yeah, taste it first!

Welcoming Committee / Re: Las Vegas - about a month in
« on: March 31, 2018, 08:46:44 pm »
Great progess. If the diet becomes to costly, start eating more offal and animal fat. Suet and liver are very cheap usually.

Science / Re: The face of one Cro-Magnon Man
« on: March 31, 2018, 05:50:14 am »
Yeah, why did he have them you think?

Science / Re: The face of one Cro-Magnon Man
« on: March 31, 2018, 01:58:05 am »
Why you think he had the tumors?

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