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Journals / Re: Luming's Recovery
« on: October 18, 2010, 09:05:26 pm »
Since I'm not raw, I decided to move my progress reports to Caveman Forums. Here is my progress report there.

Journals / Luming's Recovery
« on: October 18, 2010, 08:50:22 pm »

My current plan consists of the following foods:

  • Cooked sweet potatoes
  • Cooked beef and beef fat
  • Whole chicken & duck without the skin (cooked)
  • Raw carrot
  • Raw whole bitter melon
  • Kelp (cooked)
  • Mushrooms (cooked)
  • Salt (I have no trouble with it since I increased my protein intake & lowered my carb intake.)
  • Coconut oil
  • Fruit & fruit juice
  • Some cooked eggs
  • White sugar (I know this is a refined food.)

This is my updated diet plan of an older one posted on my blog.

As you see, I'm not particularly raw. I'm sorry about this. I just want to thank Good Samaritan for giving me tips on drinking fruit juice to help with the kidneys. It worked! The pain is gone!

Here are my progress photos.

Thanks, Good Samaritan. I'll try to eat the whole fruit next time!

    Thank you for the tip.  I will try it that way next time.

That's not a tip. I was mentioning how most Chinese people prepare it, I think.

I was asking if I need to eat the bitter stuff and inside the melon including the pods.

Hey, I eat bitter melon every day.

I usually scrap out the inside seeds and bitter stuff, and eat the pod only. Will I receive the benefits of it while eating this way?


Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Re: Increasing fat/oil intake
« on: October 10, 2010, 07:44:37 pm »
I find beef fat being best for my skin.

Horse and pork fat is unsaturated so it doesn't as much for my skin it seems.

Horse fat is unsaturated? Where is the source of this claim?

I know that horses aren't ruminants, so they don't have bacteria which convert the PUFAs into saturated fatty acids. But, according to CRON-o-Meter, horse meat doesn't contain excessive PUFAs.

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