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Health / Re: Receeding gum line problem (help wanted)
« on: December 21, 2019, 07:52:35 pm »
Thanks for the clarification, I was confused about it. Last time I ate an avocado (not sure if Haas) it left a weird coating on my teeth could be oxalates or some other compound? Do you know if the oxalate content is only reduced in tree-ripe avocados? I would guess that most avocados in stores are not tree-ripened? When I eat 1-2 avocados I kinda feel it moving through my intestines or stomach I guess it's the fiber. I don't like that feeling either.

Health / Re: Receeding gum line problem (help wanted)
« on: December 21, 2019, 08:13:17 am »
Hi. What's up with these conclusions?
Raw dairy calcium causing gum problems, what? Never had such an issue while drinking 3-5 litres of cow dairy daily for months the exact opposite my teeth were better than before. I am not saying you should eat dairy but people make a lot of weird claims about dairy. People used to thrive on dairy in the past be it the Scythians who apparently lived on just fermented mare's milk at least some of them or people like the Masai.

But because dairy today for whatever reasons is very risky for most people I would suggest taking it out. If you have no problems digesting fats I see no reason to remove the butter. I personally do not digest fats very well, so I sometimes ate goat butter which agreed with me much more, less digestive problems.

I find that avocado is pretty crappy for the most part, might be high in oxalates too. At least from my experience it didn't digest well besides it is very expensive and not local. Bananas are the better option even though more sugar in them but similar vitamins/minerals and easier to digest if very ripe.

About blood I am not too sure but I'd stick to fresh foods.
Also what's that obsession about fat? Especially when you are eating fruit and carbs. Do you eat organs?

I read that eggs can cause meat-indigestion in some people.
If you have problems and want to continue on a raw-meat diet. I would suggest removing the dairy, eggs and honey for a while.

Also honey is mostly sugar, you would remove butter before honey? Has low minerals/vitamins according to most sources and a high sugar content. I would focus on beef, mutton, lamb and poultry occasionally maybe. And Aajonus said a lot of controversial stuff that he can't explain to us anymore. And he contradicted himself quite a lot, which is not a problem people make mistakes and learn but some people just believe all his claims blindly. The world is also different.

Science / Another view on the paleo diet
« on: December 19, 2019, 02:08:28 am »
Found this interesting documentary about the paleo diet. She has some good points but actually she presents some things that contradict her views without realizing it and she doesn't mention things like liver and meat having vitamin c. But I found some interesting articles because of this docu I will link them. Also very interesting that stuff she mentions about the gut, that traditional societies have a whole different gut microbiome and it looks similar. And all industrial people have similar gut microbiomes interesting if true. Also fresh (whole) foods I think might be important I tend to forget that. How long storage or wrong storage of foods might harm foods. What do you guys think?

Health / Re: erectile dysfunction
« on: December 18, 2019, 05:30:20 am »
Agreed. Proper digestion I guess. I think most people who go paleo/keto/carnivore call their constipation a slow, more efficient digestion. From my personal experience eating just meats no fiber slows down bowel motility. And no the meat and so on didn't digest more slowly I had the common signs of indigestion, always. And that indigestion causes side-effects for me personally my libido and function is not that bad but I struggle in other areas. If you are not feeling better somewhat within a month it's not working, that's my current stance on adaptation/detox. I will add that by only even eating potatoes and steamed carrots I had daily bowel movement, smooth, small and with no pain or anything. I am just concerned about all the starch and oxalates. My skin felt smooth on the potato diet but it was also dry though.

Health / Re: erectile dysfunction
« on: December 18, 2019, 02:25:20 am »
The simple and basic answer would be nutrient deficiencies/wrong ratios I think. Or like in my case severe indigestion, it doesn't matter what I eat I tried a lot of things. Even raw eggs/meat or egg yolks that I can get here I don't digest. I don't know the reasons am trying to fix mine for quite some time now.

Hot Topics / Re: Plants have feelings too!
« on: December 13, 2019, 05:09:12 am »
Vegans are guilt-driven people through and through. That would be overload man haha

Health / Re: erectile dysfunction
« on: December 13, 2019, 05:06:38 am »
Interesting. What diet have you been following? Did it get worse on your new diet?

Smells like BS. How do they explain that most natives living without "modern" lifestyles and medicine live way longer than this? Additionally I have heard/seen about many cases where people lived up to 200 years. I personally know from a good source that a priest from the old religion of my highland ancestors lived for 157 years.

Edit: Also at least the article is a kind of propaganda for "modern" way of life. According to old texts including babylonian, sumerian etc. people lived for hundreds and even thousands of years regardless if true or not just wanted to add that.

Off Topic / Re: Give us a laugh !
« on: December 06, 2019, 03:09:32 am »
Women's Roles Defined!

Funny from a feminist perspective.

True from a red pill perspective!

The funny thing is a healthy, not degenerated woman does most of that naturally. It is like a homeless, drunk, miserable man trying to defend his inability to basically live and also demanding applause for it. Like it's an honorable achievement. For me it is not but even if it was for these people, why do they bother other people with their nonsense and push it on them like tyrants? Apparently they aren't happy/content either. Oh and at least most homeless people don't bother you too much and just live their lives.

Raw Weston Price / Re: Where does he mention homosexuality
« on: November 30, 2019, 01:17:12 am »
Since this thread keeps popping up I thought I'd add a few cents. Funnily a lot of gay dudes I met were seemingly interested in me and quite a lot of them actually from my observation were kind of feminine at least that was my impression. Even my ex-gf noticed that, we were once in a coffee shop and the dude who served the coffee there was gay, she knew that and I didn't so she told me afterwards: "Did you see how he was sticking his butt out or something" haha. The typical feminine stuff like caring a lot about their apperance and so on. At least the gays that I could tell apart easily from heteros are usually quite feminine there may be other "types". Anyway it's not a normal thing for people as we can see the majority is hetero. And I don't see how that would be nature's way of regulating population size because the numbers are way too low. In the end it is hard to guess could have many reasons like nutritional deficiences, infections or whatever, natural intoxication? I mean for example you get exposure to toxic chemicals in nature through volcanoes and such things I was thinking about this the other day. But I think it is very likely that modern conditions like food, chemicals etc. are to blame for the growing numbers of irregular sexual choices. You could look at that and generally the self-harming state of people nowadays in an abstract way and say that is nature's way to reduce population size. Just a bunch of abstract guesses. I can see how it would be very interesting and enjoyable to talk with some of you guys and share some thoughts.

Just checking, but found a contrasting theory that  excess levels of androgens like testosterone in the womb increase the likelihood of male and female homosexuality:-

Couldn't that be because the organism isn't able to keep the levels normal? Anyway there are certain levels needed a lot of people nowadays think the more the better kind of like the capitalists. Excess is the key word.

Welcoming Committee / Re: Just saying hi
« on: November 29, 2019, 06:49:41 am »
Hello, wish you good luck. I think processing/fermenting most vegetables is a good thing. I tried fermenting meat it always turned out not so good, it stank and tasted gross. Basically wasn't appealing to me don't what went wrong there.

Very interesting. I always wondered if cysts in general are a symptom of parasites. Also would be interesting to know historical data on parasites in people who mainly ate animal foods. I then thought maybe it has something to do with iodine but that wouldn't explain why salmon often has a lot of these worms would it? I mean they live in the sea which is abundant in iodine. Vonderplanitz claimed the body produces them itself to "detox". That's why I was talking about historical data. Especially Eskimos, did they develop parasites, worms on their diet? Or did they know of them? I read that the Masai use herbs to get rid of worms but the difference is that Masai eat also differently and especially plants which apparently contain toxic compounds  Very interesting topic I was actually thinking about this myself the last few days. Vonderplanitz also said they eat only diseased tissue which would somewhat make sense. Would be interesting to know if all these Salmon that are infested with these worms were actually healthy and if these worms were in the flesh when the Salmon was alive.

Science / Re: Gobekli-Tepe built by Hunter-Gatherers 12000 bc
« on: November 17, 2019, 02:15:50 am »
Also there seems to be a connection between the AAAS and Monsanto. A different point of view, this documentary gives off a propaganda-vibe though. These industries and their arms and roots seem to be very deep. They are everywhere

Also interesting:

Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: Another failed Carnivore Attempt
« on: November 17, 2019, 12:18:29 am »

I agree with you that a lot of people most likely will do not so good on a "meat-only" diet especially musclemeat. I have tried it quite often now with varying meats (likes fish) mainly muscle and little organs and I always did even worse than on regular keto, I was "ketogenic" for one and a half years before going more primal my style with raw milk being my main source of nutrition that was last year and I felt very good. I haven't seen any plausible evidence for the large-liver-adaptation or any adaptation of the inuits so I think there might be other factors at play but you could also be right.

Yeah I haven't been able to to make my diet feel optimal without doing the whole animal approach...and will go so far as to say that without a regular supply of fresh raw blood marrow, guts and organs, I wouldn't be able to make this diet work. I still also use a little coconut butter every day, and believe the medium chain fatty acids and small amount of carbs and fiber do help in some way.

Also going into the diet I had liver issues where my liver would be congested and hurt. Even eating small amounts of protein or carbs would spike my blood perhaps my liver and metabolic system were in such a unusual state that switching over to high fat and protein works for me in a way that it wouldn't work for others?

I had liver pain too, am not too sure though might be the stomach too somewhere around that area though. From my experience and observing people close to me who are diabetic/obese I would say diabetes is mainly a nutrient/mineral deficiency. Also other people I know who have fatty-liver but less or no problems with blood-sugar have usually good mineral stores even though obese.

I think eating the whole animal makes the diet so much more nutritious especially if high quality animal. Also most carnivores do eat/consume/use more things than just musclemeat and tapwater. There is afaik. no animal/carnivore out there that just eats random-meat and drinks (tap-)water. We are often ignorant about details which could make a significant difference. For me personally, currently just random-meat and water is not an effective healing diet and I wouldn't recommend it. It might "work" for others but people often get used to a certain state which they then conclude is normal or feel a little better and think they are healthy.

Science / Gobekli-Tepe built by Hunter-Gatherers 12000 bc
« on: November 16, 2019, 11:49:27 pm »
I don't care what you call them but it seems like the gobekli-tepe builders were not not "Vegans" they found wild animals at that site. They say in the documentary that it is what they mainly ate. It is supposedly the oldest temple/site discovered older than stone-henge, pyramids. What do you guys think?

Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: Another failed Carnivore Attempt
« on: November 14, 2019, 07:57:17 pm »

Are you sure that this metabolic system-shifting is that hard? Some people go even cooked keto and in a week or so are "adapted". If I had to guess what my problem is, I would say it is micro-nutrient deficiency. And I think meat, especially muscle meat is not that high in some of those nutrients. Especially if the animal had a deficient diet, pasture. For example my blurry vision disappeared literally after 1-2 days on an omnivorous diet.

Is it possible that the Inuit simply had all the micro-nutrients-stores to adequately process all those foods? I mean they have been eating back then wild sea mammals since birth without any pollution. Certain chemicals, minerals in our current environment compete with other nutrients in our body be it chlorine, high calcium water supply just to name some. Certain minerals/micros are needed to process the macros if these external modern factors deplete these nutrients in the body you might not be able to eat like the Inuit? That's my current reason why I want to avoid salt again, not because it is a "rock" which is a stupid argument imo. If you think about it that way Aajonus Vonderplanitz's recommendations could make some sense.
Also I find it funny how vets and pet owners know/care more about their animals nutrition/health than their own. Vets here also use less aggressive medicine, more herbal stuff. I bet there is some kind of organic dog food out there that is more nutritious than what the average person eats on his standard diet.

Edit: I currently eat for example local grass-fed raw milk smoothies with local organic bee pollen for the micronutrients, actually beebread might be even better. Since I can't buy a whole high quality animal. Raw milk, fertile eggs and stuff like beepollen are the closest I can get to complete nutrition.

Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Another failed Carnivore Attempt
« on: November 12, 2019, 11:12:22 pm »
Wanted to share my experience. Have tried to go carnivore again, did it for 3 weeks. First two weeks were alright energy wise. No more cracking joints like last time because I drank as much as I wanted, last time I restricted according to AVs suggestion. Like during the last failed attempt I developed some kind of "brown" plaque on my teeth, even on just fruits my teeth don't look so "stained" like on meat only, hmm. Disgusting taste in the mouth especially at night or after waking up. Terrible, very strong odour from the mouth or rather stomach/intestines. Reduced saliva, as I said my saliva/mouth tasted disgusting and it was kinda viscous. During week three additionally weakness, blurry vision?, terrible brain fog, constipation too. I repeat 3 weeks on meat and water only, some salt to taste not a single carb or even egg. I just have a lot of different guesses no definite answer. I had to stop it, blurry vision was a new one what the hell. Even though I had some liver. Currently doing better on grass-fed raw milk plus fruits. Most symptoms are disappearing. Especially the foul breath and brown plaque on teeth, disgusting saliva.

Saw these videos on Garland Farms YouTube channel, related to phosphates:

Watch the first to understand the second

So they could be getting into the fish additionaly this way too. Maybe we can sell this Algae to the vegans now and tell them the anti-nutrients are phytochemicals and anti-oxidants.

According to a german documentary on this they did laboratory tests and found high amounts of added, synthetic phosphates in the wild-caught fish that was sent to China for packaging and then sold in the us. So I guess you need a laboratory analysis.

Continuing my series on phosphates.
Phosphates are very harmful to kidneys too afaik. I have kidney problems that's why I have a personal vendetta against these kidney-damaging chemicals.

Add to Glyphosate all the other hidden/added phosphates to meat. I am still amazed at how these chinese added PHOSPHATES in HIGH amounts to wild-caught fish and hid that fact. And then blame MEAT for health problems. And that conventional beef is eating that Glyphosate-Phosphate too I guess so you are getting it into your body without it being a food additive too probably. And it contains a glycine compound too? Can imagine how destructive it can be once consumed.

Quote from wikipedia:

"Glyphosate (IUPAC name: N-(phosphonomethyl)glycine) is a broad-spectrum systemic herbicide and crop desiccant. It is an organophosphorus compound, specifically a phosphonate, which acts by inhibiting the plant enzyme 5-enolpyruvylshikimate-3-phosphate synthase. It is used to kill weeds, especially annual broadleaf weeds and grasses that compete with crops. It was discovered to be an herbicide by Monsanto chemist John E. Franz in 1970. Monsanto brought it to market for agricultural use in 1974 under the trade name Roundup. Monsanto's last commercially relevant United States patent expired in 2000."

Off Topic / More fake food out of Asia (mostly China). Fake honey.
« on: November 04, 2019, 05:20:42 pm »
According to this German documentary honey is the 3rd most faked food in the world. And almost all of the fake foods are coming from Asia with the approval of the so called "authorities". Most honey that is an additive in foods is mostly fake asian honey they say. Also even farmers can easily fake their honey to make a sugar syrup you just need water, sugar, heat very easy. Than another thing that is rarely talked about that also makes a nutrient deficient fake honey is, feeding the bee's sugar which is even harder to control for. So as always not producing your own food or hunting/eating wild leaves you vulnerable do degenerative foods pushed on you for greed and profit.

Off Topic / Re: The human need for marine environments
« on: November 04, 2019, 05:14:00 pm »
Can confirm this, my health always improved near oceans without any intervention or lifestyle change.

Off Topic / BBQ cooks adding PHOSPHATES to meat
« on: November 03, 2019, 08:41:45 pm »
So even eating BBQ somewhere might not be a good idea. Got it from this video.

Meanwhile here in Europe all that these Asians sell is crappy food with thousands of additives even japanese restaurants. The western society, (food)culture is really backwards compared to japanese or korean for example. Even though Europe has a huge potential for animal foods, meanwhile we eat the least amount and variety of quality animal foods. I am always amazed how the japanese and korean and so on have/were allowed to keep their traditional diets and anywhere in Europe we have chemicals pushed on us from everybody including the asians, mainly these frickin chinese. Japan also doesn't allow very much migrants and most other asians do the same. But here it's circus time for anybody and everybody. But hopefully the elites are at least having fun doing this. What a waste of time else it is.
Restauraunts here in europe barely even freshly prepare the dishes it's a lot of prepackaged chemical garbage.
See this barbeque place:

Health / Re: What is your opinion on cold/heat exposure?
« on: October 29, 2019, 09:20:17 pm »
How should that make any difference? Afaik the most important thing determining your body temperature is metabolism? You could argue that eating "raw" raises your metabolism, could be. Haven't seen many examples of just eating a raw or cooked carnivore/Paleo diet doing so. I mean there are a lot of people who don't have optimal health on a "just meat and water" or Paleo. Mark Sisson looks average to me at best, Amber O'Hearn is clearly overweight. Just to give examples of people who are considered as good examples of such diets "working". Of course there are people like Derek Nance who look incredibly vital but imo his diet is way more nuanced than the typical carnivore or Paleo diet raw or cooked. Sv3rige from my perspective looks alright wouldn't say he is "thriving", also his message seems to be that you only need meat and not even water as a human. He himself eats fruits and much more than just meat, says not to exercise, exercises himself else he would possibly get a fatty liver from all the fruit/honey. Doesn't practice what he preaches.

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