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General Discussion / Re: Dairy vs. fruit
« on: January 05, 2012, 08:39:16 am »
I think that the store I get my fish from does have herring, but its not wild-caught. :-(.  So far I've been eating tuna, salmon, oysters and scallops, because that is all they have that is wild-caught.  Is there something espeically beneficial in herring?

    Herring is a great source of vitamin D.

    Vitamin D should help you with the multiple sclerosis.

Hot Topics / Re: Easy Childbirth on Paleo Diets
« on: January 05, 2012, 08:34:21 am »
Narrow hips isn't the only source of birthing pain/problems. I suspect that what one's been eating, hormones, inflammation levels, immune system function ..

    My autoimmunity was flaring more than ever while pregnant, not to show its head again till maybe seventeen years later.  I only had headaches, backaches and acne from it while pregnant, no other health problems when pregnant.  Well, I did have sciatica only while pregnant.  Perhaps that was because of my small hips. 

Display Your Culinary Creations / Re: Pickled Animal Parts
« on: January 05, 2012, 04:27:39 am »
I'm under the impression that most recipes recommend boiling these parts then pickling them. I'd like to stick the head and feet into a pickling solution and just let them break down slowly rather than using heat .. Does anyone know of a recipe or technique for pickling animal parts?

    It's already boiled, right? I mean you made a broth of them, so that means cooking?  I found this video for pig, although I think pickling is for preserving and not for breaking it down.

    how to pickle pig feet and ears
    Closest I've come is ceviche, but meat and fish break down in me more un-pickled.

Exercise / Bodybuilding / Re: Winter running
« on: January 05, 2012, 03:05:02 am »
If you don't eat meat in the winter in Tibet, you can die.  There's not much food in the winter there, other than butter/cheese/meat, and the meat helps keep you warm.  Tibet is coooold in the winter.

    Does he still live in Tibet? I think wherever he travels, he eats meat one meal per day, breakfast or lunch.  Says it's to be gracious, but there were reports he had been vegetarian for I think one year's time, got ill trying that, and his doctor then told him he has to eat meat for his health. I'm not sure where it was.

    Anyway, people are always saying nowadays to tread lightly on the earth and take nothing but pictures, lighten your carbon foot print etc.  Cows step hard and hurt your foot, smash the soil with tough hooves making it become hard to grow things, no? Felines and many predators step literally lightly with sensitive feet (lion & thorn fable), and I believe them eating the weak from the edges of the wild herds is helping take care of the Earth, something the Lama may understand.

    Running, I should do this, need to find some running shoes, it may be too cold to run barefoot for me at the moment.

General Discussion / Re: Dairy vs. fruit
« on: January 05, 2012, 02:38:07 am »
    I would disagree with that.  Seems after much experience and observation that whatever negative a heated food has, it has the inverse effect not having been temperature treated.  Take cooked meat. It makes me deathly ill, so much so that I went vegan completely for decades.  Raw meat on the other hand feels like I could live on it alone.  It's like that with a number of different types of foods including fruits and vegetables for a number of people.  A person of vata (old age immaciation etc) constitution in ayurveda often does very poorly on green salad, yet just as often well for a time on cooked vegetables, better than many other (cooked) foods.  Take dairy, unpasteurized it can give a person calcium.  Pasteurized some people's calcium may still be okay, but the milk cannot scientifically provide any usable calcium.  I've seen people who were medically proven to be allergic to wheat (cooked wheat I'm sure) to heal from medically diagnosed ulcers and get no wheat reaction when taking rejuvelac (a raw wheat sprout drink).

Why is refrigeration and freezing a necessary part of this diet?

    Because we live with neolithic man.

    I finally have my own refrigerator outdoors.  We lived in a smaller place, but this place has room for gardens.  If I keep my food outside in that fridge it's fine.  If I make my highmeat in that refrigerator, fine.  I can't make it inside at room temperature here.  I keep turning the thermostat down to 68F.  Partner keeps turning it up to 77F.  Will let me keep the door open to let the cold into the house, but seems when I leave for a moment, up goes the thermostat.  Even son has been saying it's too hot here.  Maybe it's that us two are eating RAFat and therefore tolerate cooler temps better.  Partner says he understands when I've said even when we met and say today and yesterday too I cannot stand neither heating nor air conditioning.  Says he's never cold either, and he's not!  He always feels warm to the touch, never shivers, doesn't bundle up in layers.  Anyway, my room temperature high meat takes on a certain nasty stench when made at 77F, that it doesn't get at say- 72F or 65F,  just like an animal rotting at the side of the road in a hot climate. I need always to use either that outdoor refrigerator or to bury my food.  Do foxes dig up highmeat? There are plenty of them here.  If I could only find my huge clay crock.  It's always being hidden over again these past two years.  The box it came in is here though!  Maybe crock was sold this time or more likely thrown out "accidentally".  I doubt foxes would get into it, the top was heavy and deeply ridged to not come off without using hands.  Perfect for outdoors here.

Primal Diet / Re: raw milk vs. raw cheese?
« on: January 05, 2012, 01:22:42 am »
    You're welcome Joy.

    I don't know if this could be helpful to you, but I just found this:

In WW2L, AV says, under "INDIGESTION", "Eating a diet of unheated honey with warm or room temperature raw milk for 2-6 weeks quickly aids digestion."

    Is the cheese you're planning to possibly use salted?  What temperatures was it processed at? Where did you find it or do you make it?

Hot Topics / Re: Easy Childbirth on Paleo Diets
« on: January 05, 2012, 01:16:58 am »
About what specifically, wide vs. narrow hips?

    I've known plenty of women with wide hips and young babies who told me they had a terrible time giving birth, had to get c-sections etc.  I had very narrow hips again within three months of giving birth and back under a hundred pounds.  I wasn't paleo, but I stayed away from processed foods and ate lots of raw kale & fruit (not together).  I gave birth naturally and no medications at all.  My mom was always small hipped & fairly paleo, she hated milk since she was a child and rarely ate any grain as I was growing up and considered beans to be a dangerously unhealthy food & also avoided chemicals & overly processed food & only rarely fried food.  She had uncomplicated pregnancies only and did not get c-sections.  My sisters with wider hips were not so lucky giving birth, took some anesthesia & other supports, said that was barely enough etc.  Don't ask me how anesthesia helps one push a baby out, I've never tried it.  My having narrow hips did not affect baby's health adversely in the slightest, perhaps the reverse, maybe narrower hipped women make better birth-giving hormone to loosen hips at the right time and bring it back after? What's the BMI for women's health etc?   

Health / Re: Hair Is An Extension Of The Nervous System
« on: January 05, 2012, 12:53:50 am »
Why don't women go in for electrolysis?

    Does it hurt less than laser hair removal?  I had a nickel-size spot of hair removed from my leg as a test professionally to see if I have a bad reaction, as I am so sensitive.  That was it, it was too painful.  Since laser has no needles, unlike electrology; I imagine it would be different.  Maybe a problem with the laser could have been my sensitivity to a number of types of light?  This was years ago anyway, I was still vegan.  I don't care though, it never seemed to affect whether guys liked me whether I was hairless or not, and I like myself either way, but especially with leg hair that senses things in the best way IMO.

I've witnessed this event and its really great.

    Nice to hear it was enjoyable, Jessie.  When does it occur?

    Has anyone every told you that you look exactly like Sheldon Cooper on BBT?


General Discussion / Re: Dairy vs. fruit
« on: January 04, 2012, 02:47:04 pm »
    from wikipedia
In the Philippines, the ideal balut is 17 days old, at which point it is said to be balut ...
it's a fertilized egg.

    What kind of tanning bed is helping?

    Tongue has a lot of fat in it.  I tried making highmeat of it once, and it got big maggots.  That never happened with another meat that I tried.

    Might ordering the herring through your fish counter help?

    Which fruits are you eating? Are you eating cucumber?

    I think the best way to make the eggs may be to poke a hole and let it sit at normal room temperature, not hot, for a month or two. Ask someone who eats fermented eggs regularly.

    Thank you.  I hope you are well soon too.

General Discussion / Re: Dairy vs. fruit
« on: January 04, 2012, 01:19:27 pm »
I *thought* the dairy was causing me some MS symptoms, so I stopped it, but the symptoms still seem to(tingling in my feet when I bent my neck forward) kind of just come and go regardless of anything.

    Were you medically diagnosed as having Multiple Sclerosis?  Regardless, it doesn't even matter.  Son, I talk about a lot here, has many of the same symptoms as people we meet who were medically dx'ed as MS.  He was having many tests done, but I suppose because of his age or something they were just trying to prove he had nothing.  However his myelinated nerves through costly nerve studies showed 99% loss.  A couple more years passed and he very obviously lost feeling in extremities and lost motor control.  He wound up breaking bones because of this, and still they don't like zeroing in.  He had to do something different.  He still says he has vegan ethics, and has always ate fruit, but adding kefir and butter helped alleviate the MS symptoms.  Eventually the kefir started making gastrointestinal problems worse, so he has given that up.  If he were without butter at this point he would be lost. 

    What other fats do you eat?  I could imagine his health possibly being okay without fruit.  Without butter? No.  Of course we are each different though. Are you eating herring? Tuna? Other white meats?  What about high meats or fermented egg?  The microorganisms are completely different than fermented plant and dairy products. Balut should be good too and if you can tolerate: lots of sunshine.

.. horror ..

    I got one


American Horror Story
Piggy Piggy
Season 1 | Episode 6

Back home, Constance has dropped off yet more raw pork for Viv. This time, it's a huge bloody brain! Viv very logically digs in.


    It's barely two months old, but fairly classic anyway.

Health / Re: Hair Is An Extension Of The Nervous System
« on: January 04, 2012, 05:13:11 am »
... That's the whole point.

    Perhaps older people have more hair because it is part of the nervous system and we have to have that to help us be aware and protect our smaller and younger less experienced in the world sons and daughters from over the line pedophiles.

General Discussion / Re: Obtaining Adrenal / Thyroid Online
« on: January 04, 2012, 05:08:17 am »
    Ask a chiropractor, a nutritionist, a dietitian, a physical therapist, a massage therapist, anyone for a script.  Maybe they will accept them.

    Try an Amish farmer. Just try different ways if you know this is what you need.

General Discussion / Re: The Right Way to Eat Glands
« on: January 04, 2012, 05:05:00 am »
.. would you recommend only eating adrenal when eaten with thyroid?

    I would think so and heard that before, but I'm not sure.  I've never had them both together in any form (that I recall).

Primal Diet / Re: raw milk vs. raw cheese?
« on: January 03, 2012, 08:46:44 pm »
.. I did not succeed in locating that thread. .;u=169

    It's the one in Hot Topics here.

I have been eating a very-high-raw vegen diet for a few years. It did not bring me optimal health. So I have added raw dairy these past couple of months.   

    Welcome to raw animal foods. I've been vegan and raw vegan too, many years vegan. When I wrote "raw" I meant 100%.  I started with dairy also, cheese the last of the dairy I started with. Son after a couple years dairy from vegan has found his stomach can no longer tolerate cheese, yogurt nor kefir.

Primal Diet / Re: Is this fish OK? please help
« on: January 03, 2012, 08:43:55 pm »
    Maybe the restaurant can let you in on their source if you ask them which it is.

Primal Diet / Re: Is this fish OK? please help
« on: January 03, 2012, 12:11:01 pm »
    Is it GE? Is all salmon now possibly GE? I'm not sure what health hazzards GE salmon may pose.  Such a shame what corporations and lawmakers risk to our health, many a time their choices affect the people and animals adversely.

    What were you eating previously?

Health / Re: Hair Is An Extension Of The Nervous System
« on: January 03, 2012, 12:00:59 pm »
.. european tour, lots of women there don't shave and don't pluck ..

    I never plucked my eyebrows. I tried waxing for a bit, but then quit.  You did mean eyebrows?

Primal Diet / Re: raw milk vs. raw cheese?
« on: January 03, 2012, 11:56:31 am »
.. will you please direct me to the post where you talked about your son's milk diet? Thanks.

    Joy, I just made an update on a thread talking about his diet. You'll find it easy to locate.

Hot Topics / update
« on: January 03, 2012, 11:54:31 am »
    He still hasn't gone to a hospital or ER.  He's eating only butter and cream.  He says the cream is kind of bothering him now. He drinks some milk.  He eats berries, persimmons, oranges and apples, apricots, nectarines, grapes and cherries if they're in season. He rarely eats salad.  He eats only raw never been frozen or warmed, only the best (grass fed organic on the produce). Fruit not refrigerated. Has not tried any eggs yet nor land meat at all.  He's eating honey, very particular as to which.  Has not been eating and no plans to fermented food of any kind, only the freshest, have not tried fermented honey yet. Some fermented here, he's not interested. I should buy it already intentionally fermented, I have not yet. No supplements at all, has not tried any of the CLO. No sunbathing.

    I wish some people would come over and take him even if had to drag him into the sun every day, make it fun for him, bring girls. Maybe we'll get a dog now, and it will encourage him to be outside more again. Outdoors used to be good for him, and I can't help thinking he can get used to it again to thrive.

Health / Re: Hair Is An Extension Of The Nervous System
« on: January 03, 2012, 06:01:45 am »
I see most of you are in agreement the more hair the better.  What about women, should they stop shaving their legs, armpits, and crotch?

    I prefer not to shave my legs for this very reason.  The hair helps me feel.  It's bordering on evil to make women shave their legs.  They should be allowed to feel properly.  That's me.  If someone feel better shaving their legs, that's their business, and I shave my legs too occasionally.

Hot Topics / Re: Germ theory information
« on: January 03, 2012, 05:57:53 am »
    Having a strong immune system can be dangerous, look what happened in the flu epidemic of 1918.  My own immune system was functioning but making problems for me. Raw animal foods, even without any bacteria, help that. It gives me the nutrients I need so my immune system is more aware but not going nuts. With bacteria, like in highmeats?  Wow, that's a horse of a different color.  Seems it gives me the right bacteria to take over from other bacteria I might have.

General Discussion / Re: teeth decay and dairy
« on: January 03, 2012, 03:03:57 am »
    I guess he tries.  I was listening for an interview of him a few years ago.  A young man was interviewed and I remember hearing him say he drank organ smoothies that aajonus recommended and it helped him a lot.

    So much is so toxic these days, and so much knowledge has been lost.  Organs are very likely to have gathered more toxins and we don't know how to prepare them raw now, like fermenting urea into ammonia. I guess the dairy just catches on faster.  The organs have the best vital nutrients though, I hope more people learn more soon.

    There are organ smoothie recipes in his book.

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