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Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: 100% Carnivorous ... really?
« on: February 02, 2010, 09:08:59 pm »
People, when will you learn not to go and mention hurtfull things behind peoples backs?

This is absolute childish and it is not constructive - it's just to cause trouble!

Life is connecting - but this is not the way!!!

Finally, I am unwilling to admit that Raw Zero Carb is nonsense and a waste of time, and that “Lex” thinks he’s a nutritional scientist/paleolithic expert, but is nothing more than some dude who’s over-scrutinized and over-analyzed the diet of himself and others. Is he a walnut, or is he a pecan? Whichever nut is the paleolithic one, in his own opinion.


Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: Questions for Carnivores
« on: February 02, 2010, 09:00:29 pm »
Thanks Van - so it's "ionic Great Salt Lake solution" I wonder what to look for in Switzerland; most products you get are difficult for me to get in Switzerland or Germany.

Is it this product?

I was told to drink water with a little rock salt and not see salt.

Any help is good help I hope.


Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: Questions for Carnivores
« on: February 01, 2010, 09:50:27 pm »
I will post this in this thread because it's yet again the thought that keeps on coming up and I am shore that it is worth all of you to think about!

It's from the active low carb forum:

About the pooping issue - I totally disagree that there isn't much stuff in the intestines to get out. When I remembered to take my magnesium I shat a LOT, and that was without plant material. I mean not water but solids. It just stays in there.

I would not like to believe that we are full of ... ; should we all be taking magnesium?

If so what kind of magnesium (I thought a healthy diet should not need supplements!)?


Journals / Re: Lex's Journal
« on: January 31, 2010, 10:00:21 pm »
Lex, I started to take cold pressed krilloil - a thought the extra omega 3 would be a good thing...

What do you think of "Brian Peskin's" PEO pdf?


I found this (could't go swimming because of all the snow on the roads...had to come home again and find out more about this subject):

General Discussion / Re: Antiobiotics during raw paleo?
« on: January 31, 2010, 08:46:47 pm »
If you need anitbiotics then take them.  The consequences of not taking them can be pretty bad.  My kidney stone also caused a bladder infection.  If I didn't take the antibiotics I risked total kidney failure.  I chose to take the antibiotics.

Not sure why you would think that eating a paleo friendly diet would be more of an issue than any other diet.  Each antibiotic comes with its own limitations.  As an example, Cipro doesn't play nice with dairy, So, just make sure that you understand what the limitations are and then follow the recommendations for the antibiotic you are taking.


A. UTI's are usually triggered by E. Coli bacteria that travel from the anus into the

urethra and the bladder. But the germs are normally kept in check and removed by the

immune system in the bladder. When the immune system is weakened for reasons of

constipation, lymph congestion, impure blood, kidney congestion, stone or crystal

formation in the kidneys and bladder, etc., then the E. Coli bacteria can attach

themselves to the surface of bladder cells and inflame them.

Repeat infections usually occur when the person took antibiotics once. Antibiotics

should not be used for UTI's. It is better to use Pau d' Arco, olive leaf extract, MMS, or

D-Mannose sugar (which makes cells walls so slippery that the germs cannot attach

themselves to the cell membranes. The kidney cleanse would be necessary to prevent

repeat infection.

Why not try MMS???


Hot Topics / Re: Supplements
« on: January 28, 2010, 11:30:15 pm »
What is the most useful between krill oil and fermented cod liver oil ?

Old Dr. Mercola has quite a lot of information...also about taking Vitamin D Supplements


Hot Topics / Re: Supplements
« on: January 28, 2010, 09:40:50 pm »
The krill-oil is cold-extracted.

So is that one that I am taking but my question was; what about the capsule - do you take it with the capsule (the capsule is not paleo)?


Hot Topics / Supplements
« on: January 28, 2010, 08:00:37 pm »
Tyler mentioned this in one of the threads

The paleonu guy hasn't a clue. Vitamin D for example can be easily gotten from a healthy diet of raw grassfed organ-meats or raw (wildcaught) seafood. processed supplements are a waste of time in the long-term as they compete with other substances and can thereby indirectly cause other nutritional deficiencies.

...well I thought you take supplements because you mentioned taking fishoil?

As for me, I just invested in krilloil

The capsules are make of

fish gelatin, glycerin and water

Should I eat this too? Should I open them (I tryed this but the krilloil is kind of thick and not easy to get out)?

What happens to the gelatin, glycerin - I'm not shore it's a good thing to eat glycerin - that's not paleo...

By the way, krilloil should be kept at room temperature.


Hot Topics / Re: MMS
« on: January 22, 2010, 09:59:59 pm »
  I think you understand me very well.

I'm sorry I don't; life is to short to play silly games.


Hot Topics / Re: MMS
« on: January 22, 2010, 09:58:25 pm »
Should be interesting, but most salts are destructive used in cured meat to kill cells & beneficial bacteria ...

The reason why I would like to try this is that I must have picked up some kind of virus (I used to drink alkaline ionized water for 2 years and have the feeling that this could have a connection). I am drinking ROW / distiled water (I started about 3 months ago) and some times I add a little rocksalt (some say it's good others say it's bad and I don't know what the hell to believe - all I know is I tryed Lex's colon flush with this salt and I didn't have the bowel movements / cleans that he believes he had; I did get swollen ankles and heavy legs for a few days !!!).

This virus is not growing (I have a few lumps one my left hand) any more and that's why I believe it had something to do with the alkaline ionized water because that is the only thing I have changed.

This guy told me that this MMS is even a healthy help for the body to bind toxins and get them out of the system. I can eat raw meat and fat till I'm blue in the face - those lumps don't give a sh... and I just end up feeling bloated (often we don't notice what we feel like till we swim or run - so for those of you that don't believe me...get off your ass -\).

So if salt is toxic...why do we have salt in our body's and why do we get a salt drip when we are in hospital?

Perhaps it's the amount that makes things toxic? Perhaps we need toxic to loose our own toxic? Animals eat toxic plants as their food - it's the amount that has to be kept in eye by the body.

By the way, I watched a film on TV yesterday - all those "healthy" animals (from caribou to the smallest animal) eat the chemical salt of the roads in Alaska (you know, that salt that get's thrown out because of the snow on the road)!!!!


Hot Topics / Re: MMS
« on: January 22, 2010, 09:30:38 pm »
*Sigh*. Nicola, two things:- In future, please put ALL controversial non-RPD-related posts in the Hot Topics forum. Plus, also do not introduce entirely new ideas into threads that are not remotely related to the subject you wish to discuss.

*Sigh*. I'm sorry to be sooo troublesome..."new ideas into threads that are not remotely related to the subject you wish to discuss"; what the hell is your problem - perhaps you could tell me in German because I do not understand what your English!


Hot Topics / Re: MMS
« on: January 21, 2010, 10:18:22 pm »
"Take a small jar of glass or plastic (egg cup, never metal) and mix the MMS (= NaClO 2) with 9% hydrochloric acid (or) with 50% citric acid." to make activated mms

NACL - sodium chlorite

I am getting this from a man via post - it's better not to take citric acid. He thinks I should start with one drop of each and go from that.

He said you feel better after taking this for about 6 weeks; your body feels cleaner (what ever this may be).


Hot Topics / MMS
« on: January 21, 2010, 09:42:37 pm »
Has anybody or does anybody take MMS?

I am going to take some just to see!

This is in German but perhaps you can translate via your computer

Nicola Harrison

General Discussion / Re: Water
« on: January 19, 2010, 04:17:18 pm »
Me too.

Sorry, I don't understand...what do you mean "me too".

I know that some of you talk(-ed) about adding seewater to water for extra minerals - magnesium seems to be one of the many minerals people are deficient with.

We have all noticed that poo is part of the picture - cramps and heart beat all belong to this; it's all part of what we eat and how we digest, exercise, sleep...

It would help to know if others add this kind of minerals and what the results have been...- or is just normal rock salt the best way.

Any bright ideas before I go and spend SFr. 50.-- for 50ml (you need to take 1,5 - 4ml) for this sea water and not knowing if it would change the picture or is any better than adding normal rock salt?


General Discussion / Re: Water
« on: January 18, 2010, 09:02:21 pm »
I was wondering if any of you have tryed or add this

to your water?

I don't want to spend money on "supplements" but I don't know if I can believe and just eat a carnivore diet...after all it's not just what we eat, it's what we digest - I mean some get cramps, stones and other symptoms :(

I also looked up magnesium / raw meat and I really don't know...I mean who has perfect digestion and perfect stools??? Or who can say that raw meat has given them perfect digestion and perfect stools and cooked meat didn't?

Perhaps I am missing something or believe that with supplements (Bear said meat has it all - salt is toxic) life will look different?


General Discussion / Re: How much raw meat do you eat?
« on: January 17, 2010, 08:28:06 pm »
I eat hydrating fruits. 

yes watermelon...for hydrating and to "make" you go (I mean that's what you blog about)

Dr. Harris's 12 steps to get started:


Redfulcrum, may I ask in what state your intestines are - 10 may take longer put your system will get in a mess; have you gone swimming yet? What about going for a run - things might look a little different -\


Hot Topics / Re: Coconut oil and antinutrients
« on: January 13, 2010, 09:04:40 pm »
Stirring the pot Nicola!

I was pro muscle meats for a while there but have changed my mind, the energy and clarity raw liver gives me just can't be replaced by muscle meats.

I felt unstoppable/powerful on raw liver and ever so slowly lost that feeling during my muscle meat phase. It didn't happen immediately so I thought I was fine but now I know. A friend mentioned the same thing to me recently and now were both back on it.

This is a hot pot! Liver is not the only organ - I still think it's better to mix perhaps a few organs every now and then. Many have mentioned liver just going threw - so if you run I would  -[


Hot Topics / Re: Coconut oil and antinutrients
« on: January 12, 2010, 07:20:59 pm »
I may as well jump into the fray - at least the pemmican part.

There is no one that I know of that is doing well on a pemmican-only diet over the long term, especially if the pemmican is composed of just meat and fat.  Throughout history there have been many people and groups that have used pemmican as the majority of their diet for several months at a time, but none that I know of that don't add, or revert to fresh foods when available.   I also have had extensive communications with about a dozen people from various forums that thought pemmican would be the Holy Grail, but most developed problems as the months progressed when it was the only food eaten.  The ones that had the most success were the ones that added between 5% and 10% by weight of dried berries (strawberries, blueberries, cranberries, etc) to their mix.

Yes, I know about Delfuego, and in my past communications with him he seems to have been far more concerned with maintaining the image he has created on ZIOH than being fully forthcoming about what he is actually doing. Even on the ZIOH forum he's been asked repeatedly for specifics, but provides little in the way of detailed information.  Long ago I gave up trusting the self proclaimed gurus without verification.

People are free to argue over whether pemmican is a true paleo food or not.  I have no axe to grind either way.  I've found pemmican useful as a supplement to my normal diet, especially when traveling and as an emergency food.  This seems to be in line with how it has been used throughout history.  I've seen no evidence that pemmican has ever been used by the North American Natives that invented it, as the only food eaten.


Lex, been as you don't go into detail it would be only correct that Delfuego could give his "doing" or "not doing" himself - assumtions can be very missleading. Your words are "harmfull" to those who are not eating your mix...and after all a few months back you said the following:

I received a note from another raw meat eater on another forum stating that when he eats a food mix of Slanker Dog and Cat food, Ground beef, and fat, he soon experiences a very loose and smelly bowel movement.

Unfortunatley I've noticed the exact same thing since Slankers changed processing plants.  They used to use Kilgor and now they use Four Star.  I've spent the last few weeks tracing down the problem and find that is is caused by the Dog and Cat food.  If I leave the D & C out and just eat the regular meat everything is fine.  If I add even a small amount of D&C to the mix (4 oz D&C to 2 lbs Chili meat) the problem reoccurs.

It appears that the D&C is now contaminated in some way - probably with an unfriendly bacteria.

Since the D&C is not USDA inspected and approved for human consumption there is little that I can do.  Slankers has made it clear that their pet food is not for human consumption and if I chose to eat it, that is my problem.

What I have found out is that Four Star is a much larger processor than Kilgor and so they may have separate facilities and equipment for the non-inspected products.  This means they wouldn't have to follow USDA health standards in that part of the plant as the equipment is never used for products that require inspection.  Just speculation but certainly a possibility.

It looks like I'll be eating just the regular ground meat and fat products as the loose bowl problem is very annoying.  This will also give me the opportunity to see just how important organ meats are to health.  I’ve been eating the D&C just to make sure I get a good variety of organ meats.  However, other long term zero carb raw meat eaters have eaten only muscle meats and experienced no problems whatsoever.  I’ll be leaving the organ meats out of my diet for the next 6 months to 1 year and we’ll see how I feel and how my lab results change.


I had about 4 days of food mix (the one with the 4oz D&C per pound of regular ground meat), so I decided to finish this off rather than waste it.  For the last two days I haven't experienced the loose bowel problem at all.  Not sure what's going on now.  The mix is from the same batch of D&C that was causing the issue before so I have no idea why the problem should go away unless it is a stronger immune system response or something.  We'll see.   I think I'll continue with the lighter mix of D&C and monitor what happens.

As I've written before, I'm no longer convinced that organ meats are critical to maintianing health, but have continued with my mix of pet food and regular ground meat as 'insurance'.  I'll plod along with a lighter mix of D&C and if all goes well, I'll ramp back up to the heavier mixture and see what happens.  Will report what I find in my journal along the way.


So let Delfuego speek for himself and you try only muscle meat and fat and we will all be  :o


Journals / Re: Lex's Journal
« on: January 08, 2010, 08:42:41 pm »
I have no evidence that there is anything sticking to the sides or lining the colon.  I wonder how you know that this is happening to you since it would take a colonoscopy to see it.  I’ve had a colonoscopy while eating only meat and fat and there was no evidence of anything sticking to my colon or lining it.  In fact, the opposite was true.  My colon was clean and smooth.

Well if meat eaters should have a discharge then it must come from somewhere! I did the same as you once in the morning (had a little runny discharge from this) and once in the evening (nothing happend). By the end of the day I got heavy legs from holding back all the water (salt)! I was glad to eat again the next day; still puffy - I must be a total failure - if I ever have a discharge it is runny and doing this NcNcleans didn't make me feel exactly energetic and light -\


General Discussion / Re: Daylight Diet? Have you tried it?
« on: January 08, 2010, 12:07:02 am »
I used to eat my 1 large meal of the day in the evenings or even late at night(11pm, going to bed usually around 1am/2am). Because it was raw food, it wasn't an issue for me.

You write this in "the past"; I thought you still eat 1 meal in the evening?


Journals / Re: Lex's Journal
« on: January 07, 2010, 09:16:50 pm »
I just did a couple of saltwater flushes.  1 tablespoon (15ml) of salt mixed with 1 quart (1 litre) of water.  Mix well and drink all of it quickly.  I did this the morning and again in the evening of the day before the exam, and didn’t eat anything from the time I started until the exam was over.


Lex, I had a go at this (only I used rocksalt because that's what I happen to have) and only had an output of some brown water (I expected to have a lot come out - I have experienced that eating meat and fat does kind of "line" the colon more than we would like to believe) in the morning. You did it again in the evening - did this have a different affect or did you have the same kind of result as in the morning?

Did you drink more during the day and did you feel bloated in any why after or during the following days?

How's the running going?


Plus, some people report deterioration on ZC if they had pre-existing adrenal problems, though adrenal fatigue/insufficiency is also linked to gluten intolerance, sugars and refined carbs. My own mild adrenal fatigue-type symptoms actually improved on raw ZC.

Journals / Re: Lex's Journal
« on: January 01, 2010, 10:04:37 pm »
Lex, thank's for giving Danny a lift - it's interesting to have others eating your mix!


Hot Topics / Why Humans Outlive Apes
« on: December 31, 2009, 09:42:43 pm »
Just an interesting read - the thread on "Bananas" made me dig this up...

I hope "New topic" is the right place to post this - if not Tyler will doubtless move it >:


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