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Can someone explain something about ketosis to me.

If i am active and burn say, 3000 calories a day, and 300 calories comes from carbs...  well wouldnt my body burn up those carbs i have and then have to go into fat burning mode because there are no carbs left?  wouldnt your body go into ketosis because it has to until you get some more sugars?

Health / Re: Just tested positive for herpes
« on: January 07, 2013, 10:12:48 am »
I like the sound of our bodies manufacturing the virus itself.. but then its pretty obvious to me that things like colds spread through people.  I personally see a virus jumping from one person to the next and living in them, rather than I go around someone who has a cold, and they send out some frequency from their body that initiates the virus production in my own body, or however you're telling me it works...?

I found my body felt a lot heavier when I was zero carb, I havent done it in a while but I too wanted to try out a low carb diet again. I train martial arts 5 days a week so ill give it another go and let you know (if i dont say 'this is totally lame' after a few weeks of suffering, again haha). 

One thing that i thought of was that I seem to have a lot more energy than everyone else.  Now im on a raw diet, so thats going to give me an edge, but i was also thinking that since I have done periods of low carb my body has learned to burn fat.
So when I go back to eating more carbs again, Since your body burns fat, protien and carbs all at the same time. My fat burning efficincy is better than other people whose body's have never had to burn fat before, so i end up needing to burn less of my carbs\ammino acids and can keep that for when I need it, which ends up with me having more stamina.

Off Topic / Re: Caveman Sex
« on: December 07, 2012, 09:34:28 pm »
So you can have unprotected sex, and not got someone pregnant if you ejaculate in her? How does that work?

Its supposed to act as a spermicide/abortificant. You soak a cotton ball in neem seed oil and put it inside the vaginal canal before and after.... I just add a little neem in with my lubricant oil and then use the cotton ball afterwards.
*!* I am not telling anybody here to use neem seed oil, im not sure if there is any real evidence that it actually works; Like paleo I just guinea pigged it on myself and it seems to be working so far for the last few years *!*

But I also am not interested in having children so I just dont cum inside of my partners. I consider that my end of the birth control and neem seed is hers.

Off Topic / Re: Caveman Sex
« on: December 07, 2012, 12:43:59 pm »
Oh come on GS..  Surely you know that it is possible to have unprotected sex without pregnancy.  There is all kinds of methods that you can use.

Neem Seed Oil is my personal choice.

Exercise / Bodybuilding / Re: Question about weight-lifting
« on: September 25, 2012, 02:28:59 am »
I dont think it is the exercise that is protective. Its when your body goes 'oh snappingducks, this area of the body is under stress, if we don't do something about it, it may become damaged'  And then your body will attempt to make that area of your body better.
 Like weightlifting temporarily damages your muscle, and then when it repairs it comes back stronger.

Now if you were eating cupcakes and drinking chocolate sauce as meals, I could see you running into problems, but if you are a healthy eater and giving your body everything that it needs to repair itself (nutrition and rest) then you will come out ahead.

Off Topic / Re: Population Debate Thread
« on: September 24, 2012, 12:15:40 am »
I believe you can have a will to live, while exercising a concious choice to not reproduce (you can still have unprotected sex and not have children with the use of simple natural techniques).

I look at it as things like Bacteria and Animals will reproduce without any thought to the future consequences. 

The people here are kind of saying that there isnt enough to go around and if we keep on reproducing like we are now, then times are going to get very tough for everybody.  Is that the kind of future you want for your children? one of survival of the fittest?

You keep on saying Survival of the Fittest GS, what exactly does that mean to you?  And do you consider your genetics superior? or are you just passing them on because they are yours and you want to?

I guess I am just trying to understand what your goal is with booming the population more.
I feel like my ideals are centered around the planet and humanity as a whole, where I personally am not as important as i like to think.
Your thinking just seems to be 'real sex is good sex; more life is better; I like babies"

Off Topic / Re: Population Debate Thread
« on: September 23, 2012, 11:34:42 pm »
Ahh, GS.. If you follow the family history of anyone back far enough, don't we all pretty much come from the same place?  So really your genetic lineage has the same root as mine?  I dont unerstand what your super special DNA means, unless you think that the shape of your face is important? 

Hot Topics / Re: natural tobacco
« on: September 23, 2012, 11:30:56 pm »
My natural tobacco was tobacco leaf that this Indian woman I know grew. It was pretty natural :P

Exercise / Bodybuilding / Re: Question about weight-lifting
« on: September 23, 2012, 01:02:18 pm »
Well I dont know about you, but the observations about my own body that I have made are that if i stress my body in a sensible way, it adapts and then becomes more able than it was before.  This applies to more than just muscle growth. When you bear weight your bones become stronger. When you stress your ability to be patient, you develop more patience.  Start taking cold showers and your body becomes more able at dealing with the cold. Go up a mountain and your body adapts to the lack of oxygen and your body becomes more able.

There is a difference between knowing your body and sensibly stressing it, and loading up 700lbs and throwing your back out.

Off Topic / Re: Population Debate Thread
« on: September 23, 2012, 05:56:09 am »
Can someone explain to me the thought process behind your children being your immortality or however it is thought of.  What does the mix of your genetics have to do with escaping oblivion..?

Hot Topics / Re: natural tobacco
« on: September 23, 2012, 05:53:48 am »
I found that i developed a cough after a few days of trying out 'natural tobacco' recently, never had a cough from over 10 years of marijuana use though.

Only way you're going to find out though is to buy some and see how it effects you. I personally am not a fan of tobacco.

Exercise / Bodybuilding / Re: Question about weight-lifting
« on: September 22, 2012, 03:47:55 pm »
What kind of weight are you talking when you think it is going to cause joint damage?  Like, 40lbs on a bicep curl is going to destroy your elbows?

Exercise / Bodybuilding / Re: Question about weight-lifting
« on: September 21, 2012, 12:19:23 pm »
When I stopped talking out of my ass and actually tried weight lifting I was really surprised with how effective it was at enhancing my physical ability. I thought that since I did lots of hard yoga and kickboxing style activities that I didn't need to weightlift and that kind of thing just makes you muscle bound and slow.

All that I found was that you get a little tight after some heavy lifting but you really notice your strength gains at the start when things that used to be heavy to you are suddenly no problem at all to lift. 

I only eat as much as I want to eat, I figure my body is smart enough to tell me to eat if it needs some food so i dont stress out about my calories or whatever so I dont really feel like that is an issue.

I used to be one of those 'functional strength' talking people since i did 'functional styled exercise', but then I thought i would test out Hit_it_raw's theories on strength where basicly the size of your muscle is a pretty good indication of its strength. And my observation was I started lifting weights, My muscles got bigger, and I got stronger.

I think the guys who go to the gym, lift incorrectly (your joint damage), only work their chest and biceps, and then go home and eat pizza and drink whey powder muscle max stuff and get weird fat/water retention problems and look all bloated give weightlifting a bad image. If you're eating good food and lifting correctly you should only see benefits.

Hot Topics / Re: Overpopulation is a
« on: August 18, 2012, 04:01:42 am »
Whats wrong with gold diggery?  I dont know Wog, maybe you should hook up with a lady who doesnt give a fuck about you, only your money, and then come back and tell us all bout the wonderful loving relationship you two have and all the personal growth you have had by having a loving supportive person in your life.....

I just hear lots of talk from dudes here who just suck at relationships and think that just because their love life has been a failure, that everybodys love life must be as miserable as theirs is.

The saying is something like 'The only consistent factor in all your failed relationships, is you'.

Health / Re: HELP! Pinky finger's deep cut
« on: August 05, 2012, 06:37:24 am »
I dropped an 18litre glass bottle onto my hand and got myself a very nasty cut along my ring finger on my right hand.  I thought that would be a good opportunity to test out Good Samaritans crazy idea of dumping cayenne pepper into it.

It worked beautifully, stopped the bleeding and formed a kind of cayenne scab to protect the wound. I was expecting it to burn like crazy but you dont feel anything, its painless.  I just had to top it up every so often when it might crack and weep a little.

It healed up perfectly even though it took about 8 months for me to be able to get 90% of the mobility back into the finger.

Off Topic / Re: Vitalis on monogamy vs. polyamory
« on: July 19, 2012, 08:32:38 am »

Health / Re: warning - take this seriously
« on: July 19, 2012, 07:56:19 am »
Maybe you should check out something like Steven Covey's "7 Habits of Highly Effective People". I personally took a lot from it and thought that there was a lot of really good intellectual life strategies in it.

Getting your brain working well with a raw diet (I found my perspective changed a lot when my brain started to see clearer on a raw diet) is only part of it. If you don't have healthy paradigms to go with your healthy mind, then  you're not going to get all that you could out of it.

Off Topic / Re: Vitalis on monogamy vs. polyamory
« on: July 15, 2012, 10:59:16 pm »
So I guess my question is... What is the purpose of having children?
and GS, are you saying that If a millionaire came up to your wife and say 'Hey missy, bring you and your children and come live with me in my castle forever', you would come home to find your wife packing her things?

Off Topic / Re: Vitalis on monogamy vs. polyamory
« on: July 13, 2012, 06:42:20 am »
What is sex about to you guys? Dicks inside of Vaginas? Orgasms?

And I personally have found that money is just a means to new experiences. I think a lot of other people think that money will give them the means to experiences that will make them happy, when really its what you take from your experiences that make you happy (or sad).  If you cant be hapy with nothing, then you're only going to be distracted from your unhappiness with everything.

General Discussion / Re: The price of grass fed and game
« on: June 26, 2012, 03:59:51 am »
Kangaroo's are everywhere in australia. Just make yourself or buy a bow and go out at dusk and get yourself a kangaroo.  Rabbits are also a pest there (although i didnt see a lot where i lived around brisbane) so you could snare them?

I laugh now living in canada, that there are all these pest animals like roo;s and rabbits in aus, but nobody hunts, whereas 'everybody' here in canada hunts and its a normal thing.

Off Topic / Re: Vitalis on monogamy vs. polyamory
« on: June 23, 2012, 07:03:48 am »
When somebody wont have sex with me, it is obviously a problem with THEM!  l)

Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: beaver eating
« on: May 28, 2012, 10:39:53 am »
beaver eating.... hahaha,  come on. :P

Hot Topics / Re: coffee,sugar,diet sugar
« on: May 27, 2012, 11:45:25 pm »
I have always used powdered whole leaves. I tried the 'sugar substitute' kind of stevia thats white, as well as the tinctured form but they are sort of weird, always just preferred the whole leaf kind.  I thought i would spice fish with stevia and cinnamon one day.... my wife was not impressed and my seasoning privilege was revoked.

Hot Topics / Re: coffee,sugar,diet sugar
« on: May 27, 2012, 01:56:23 am »
Has there ever been anything bad said about Stevia? I haven't found much but what I have found from using Stevia over about four years is that the amount that i would use at the beginning was just a tiny bit on the end of a teaspoon because we found it so strong. Now that we're used to it I can notice the amount slowly creeping up over the years of use.. Kinda like you build up a tolerance to it like you do to sugar and start needing more and more to 'taste' it.

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