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Each one has a distinct flavor.
I follow my appetite and buy what I'm craving for.
Variety is needed.

Personals / Re: PALEOLAND
« on: July 14, 2008, 10:27:37 pm »
In my fantasy paleo land,

- it would have the best fruits and nuts from all the continents
- it would have the best wild freshwater and ocean wild fish from all the continents
- it would have the best wild land animals from all the continents

When we are hungry,
- we pick the fruits and nuts fresh and eat it on the spot
- we spear fish and eat it on the spot
- we have a halal method of killing the land animal and eat it immediately with the whole family

no one will like cooking because it really is a crime to cook top quality paleo food. 

No one is allowed to cook any of my premium fertilized chicken eggs, they are too good to be cooked!

We all live to be strong and fit up to 150 years old.

Wai Dieters / Re: Count me in on this Wai Diet thing...
« on: July 14, 2008, 10:17:44 pm »
I live in the Philippines and the fruits are abundant, grown organic and wild.
This is why I can eat a lot of fruit safely.
Just google on Philippine fruits or check out flickr.
In season now are atis, green indian mango, watermelon, melons, santol, avocados, guavas, yellow mangoes just finished, next month come the durians and always in season are papayas, pineapples, 4 different bananas and coconuts and there are other lesser known, wild and non-commercial fruit like balimbing and aratilis.

Since we are an archipelago we have lots of ocean fish, many types.  This is why my diet is more wai diet.  But I added beef, goat and some chicken for variety.

We don't buy imported fruit because they are likely sprayed, chemicalized, irradiated, etc.  I suggest you buy local fruits too.  If I were in the USA, I wouldnt buy Philippine mangoes, coconuts, bananas or pineapples.  I would get sick from the pollution, the pesticides and chemicals they put in those for-export fruits.

General Discussion / Re: Raw Meats: Are some harmful?
« on: July 14, 2008, 10:11:33 pm »
Are some raw meats harmful? Someone please help me! I read about pork and how harmful it is. How true is all of this? Are their some meats I should stay away from? (Besides processed meats and meats that come from animals who are fed an unnatural diet)

If a food is harmful raw, cooking does not make it any better.  Your condiments are just fooling your taste buds.
A True food is edible raw. 

General Discussion / Re: Moldy fruit?
« on: July 14, 2008, 10:09:48 pm »
I'm not into eating molds in fruit.
Even during my fruitarian months.
I subscribe to Hulda Clark's opinion that molds are toxic.

General Discussion / Re: Bananas and Farting
« on: July 14, 2008, 10:07:07 pm »
Might depend on the banana variety you get. (there are lots and lots of them from all over the world).
And if the banana was grown with pesticides and chemical fertilizers and if was tree ripened.
If your bananas were imported from my country (the Philippines), that's the bananas the locals don't want. (cavendish)

General Discussion / Re: boxcarguy07's Organ Meat Review Thread
« on: July 14, 2008, 10:04:00 pm »
The raw goat kidneys I get taste great!
Highly recommended.

The raw goat liver I get has strong flavor.  Not as wonderful as the kidneys, but it has its own unique taste.

The raw chicken liver I get tastes great too.  So much different from the goat's.

Of course, the little finger sized fish I eat come with all its innards and head.  We call them dilis.

General Discussion / Re: Raw Chicken
« on: July 14, 2008, 09:59:57 pm »
The raw organic chicken I get from my supplier tastes great.  Tough skin though.
I get salt to rub out the slimy coating off the muscle first.
Then wash.
Tastes great.
Raw chicken liver tastes great too.

My raw organic chicken has a distinctly different taste and smell from beef.

It will depend on where you are, your taste, and your sources.

Taste and see what's good for you.

I havn't tried any raw meat besides different cuts of organic beef.

What does raw chicken taste like, do you like it compared to beef?

General Discussion / Re: Chimpanzees
« on: July 14, 2008, 09:51:46 pm »
I'm into raw paleo because I'm trying to optimize my body, improve my look, improve my performance.  Those tribes cooking food have to cook their food and that's not optimal.  I want optimal.  I do know as most raw foodists have experienced, that it takes me just half the amount of raw animal foods to make me feel full compared to cooked.  And cooked food makes me too full and sleepy, but that doesn't happen with raw food.

Cooked food is so so.  Raw food is optimal.  We are educated enough today to make the optimal choice.

Off Topic / Re: Happy Birthday Nicola!
« on: July 14, 2008, 08:45:19 pm »
Happy Birthday Nicola,

Here is a tool that will allow you to resize your photos in a folder to the size you want.
This is what we use in my web dev company

Happy resizing. 

I stumbled upon a movie trailer

Looks like a high class production.  Looks like a raw food promoting movie.  Anyone watched it?  Bought the DVD? 

Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Re: What's your favorite summer fruit?
« on: July 06, 2008, 11:51:07 pm »
I'm missing out on berries.
I live in a tropical country and berries aren't common here.

Yellow mangoes are popular summer fruits in the Philippines.

Hot Topics / Re: Raw vegans vs. raw paleo
« on: July 06, 2008, 08:46:35 pm »
I tried raw vegan before for 2 months, more on the vegs than fruits.  Raw vegan doesn't taste good at all.  I did like the fruit times.  The raw vegan I did was 1 kind of fruit in the morning, raw vegan mix at lunch with fatty extra virgin olive oil or freshly squeezed coconut milk then 1 kind of fruit in the evening.  I felt good.  But I was getting too skinny.

I went on raw fruitarian for 2 months.  It tasted better, but I was getting too skinny and felt cold and I live in a tropical country.

I added raw egg yolks, then raw fish (wai diet) and I felt much better, no more feeling cold, started gaining weight and felt stronger.  And the food tastes great.  Food tastes better and more satisfying on high raw fat.  I added raw beef and raw goat internal organs sometimes and I feel much better.

Raw paleo has more variety, I can swing to more fruits or more animal food whichever I feel like, the food tastes great, so it is sustainable and easy to do.   I look better and feel better.

I subscribe to wai's theory that we don't need plants.  I subscribe to aajonus theory that to get nutrients from the plants, just juice them and get rid of the indigestible cellulose.  I subscribe to the theory that we don't need the fiber myth to make our bowels move.  Fats and fruit do a better job.  I'm only saying this based on my personal experience.

Hot Topics / Re: Is Cooked Food Poison?
« on: July 06, 2008, 08:00:32 pm »
Raw food is essential for the sick.
A 100% raw food diet is essential to be cured from cancer or any major disease.

I recently experimented with cooked food using the Homo Optimus Diet.
I wasn't successful with it.  I developed 2 pimples and a bubble on my finger.
I didn't feel so good.
I gave up on it after 1 month.

I'm back to raw paleo. 
I like first class food.
Cooked food is a far 2nd class food.

I used to be really sick 3 years ago.
Maybe I just don't do so well on cooked food.
Maybe I just do so much better on raw food.
So for me, raw food is essential.
Besides, I look better on raw food.

General Discussion / Fasting advice and experience
« on: June 16, 2008, 08:48:27 am »

Please share your fasting advice and experience.
I am aware that several of us here are into fasting from time to time as a tool for health.
Today, I'm just finishing a 3 day orange juice fast.

I know some are into water fasts.

What other fasts and how often do you fast or advice to fast?

General Discussion / Re: Protein and fat digestion
« on: May 29, 2008, 11:00:41 pm »
Regarding "ecohe23", she has a unique condition.  She says she has had a hysterectomy.  I think we have to discuss missing internal organs and special disabilities and current diseases people are trying to solve.

As for my digestion of fats and meats, my contribution is I try to eat animal foods only 1 meal a day.  The rest of the day I just graze on fruits like papaya (helps digest), pineapples (helps digest), coconuts for the juice and the fats in the meats.

I also do not bother buying tough meats.  I just buy the tender stuff.  I want to enjoy my food.  sirloin, top round, liver, kidneys... all tender.

So far so good.

General Discussion / Re: Were you sick when you started?
« on: May 25, 2008, 07:03:04 pm »
I used to be very fat in 2002, not healthy.
My wife and I suffered infertility problems so we learned new things to overcome them. See
I got truly sick in 2005.  See
When I got well from the eczema, mind opened up to many healing possibilities including diet.
A cancer patient came up to me and a raw fruit and vegetable diet was implemented, so I took the same.  Cured him in no time.  I did raw vegan for 2 months.
Then my brother got awfully sick and a fruitarian diet was required so I did the same.  I did raw fruitarian for 2 months.  Cured him as well.
Raw fruitarian was making me too thin, and feel too cold, but I live in a tropical country, so that's not good.

I stumbled onto the Wai Diet, a raw paleolithic diet majority fruits + raw egg yolks and raw sea food.  I did Wai for the next 2 months. 

I got bored with sea food.  Then I stumbled onto the Homo Optimus Diet as told by another formerly sick person who tried different diets.  Although Homo Optimus is cooked, he said that the raw version was immensely better.

So now I eat a raw paleolithic diet from the Wai Diet with beef and goat.  But for pork I eat it cooked because I can't find a safe source of raw organic pork.  I don't eat chicken because I can't find a safe source of organic chicken.  Maybe I'll take care of some chickens for my own consumption next time.

Anyway, now that I call myself a hobby healer and I'm on a roll,  I want perfection for myself and combining the knowledge I gathered over the years, I intend to build the most superior body shape and health ever for myself.  Since I cure the incurables at , I want the best for myself.  Gives me credibility as well in front of friends and relatives to see me transformed in the best shape they have ever seen me.

Seems raw paleolithic diet is the ticket.  I just toy around with the proportion of raw fruits, raw vegs, raw animal foods and raw fats. 

General Discussion / Re: Small Raw Fish should be Eaten Whole
« on: May 21, 2008, 10:29:49 pm »
How did you get on with digesting; the oysters you had once caused trouble...

I have no problems digesting oysters.

Those oysters I had trouble with were grown in a dirty / polluted environment.  The problem with oysters is identifying a safe source.  When I eat oysters at an oyster restaurant, they serve them raw as well, but they know their sources will only sell them oysters from clean waters.

I am always interested in the whole digestion - not just what we put in our mouth.

What about eating fish the way they are - vinegar is not paleo?

One time we got much fresher dilis like the ones above, but much bigger.  They were so fresh we ate a couple of them plain without vinegar. 

I've seen the fishermen and people who live by the sea eat totally raw fish and shellfish without vinegar.  They just wash it in the sea water just as it is collected and then eat.

One time we were vacationing by a beach where the natives collected sea urchins in the morning.  We ate the sea urchin meat raw without vinegar just like the natives did.

We don't have that luxury of being beside the sea where I live, the seafood may have traveled some 24 hours in ice on the way to Manila, so it is hygienic for us to use vinegar at the minimum to disinfect sea food.

Even before I started eating raw paleo, much fresh sea food is traditionally eaten raw or just dipped in vinegar, especially if you lived by the sea.  A good percentage of sea side living Filipinos I see have no qualms eating raw sea food as long as it is fresh right out of the water.

I would tend to think that in the paleo days, humans who lived by the sea usually ate their sea food raw because there is absolutely no need to cook them.

General Discussion / Re: Small Raw Fish should be Eaten Whole
« on: May 21, 2008, 03:55:32 pm »
I'm sure ACV will work.  It is vinegar.  I just highlighted in my post that the vinegar is natural, just like ACV.  There are commercial factory made vinegars that are more like chemicals and may not be safe for human consumption.

General Discussion / Small Raw Fish should be Eaten Whole
« on: May 21, 2008, 07:28:22 am »
Lately I have been lucky at the nearby wet market to come across very fresh dilis (small, anchovy like fish). These small fish deserve to be eaten whole merely dipped for a few minutes in organic coconut vinegar or by adding some small slices of ginger and onions, a dish we call “kinilaw”.

Kinilaw na dilis“Kinilaw” means “kinain ng hilaw” or “eaten raw”.  It is chemically cooked, really.  You let the organic coconut vinegar, in our case, Lola Conching’s Vinegar turn the dilis fish from transparent to a little white.  Then you will know the fish is ready to eat.  This takes around 5 to 10 minutes.  Some people add lots of calamansi, a philippine citrus which acts like a lemon, but tastes better.

So at the meal I just photographed, our cook prepared a batch of dilis where she painstakingly removed the head and the bones so all you have left is meat.  And I asked for another batch which just used the whole fish.  I tasted both batches.  Guess which got scraped, finished off to the last fish?  The batch with the whole fish, eaten with bones and head!  I just found the tummy bitter to I remove the tummy intestines before I eat the fish though.

In my view, the batch without the head and the fish bones taste too acidic.  It’s like I can’t eat more than a few bites of them.  The dilis fish without the head and bones seems unbalanced.  But with the fish head and the bones, it had just the right crunch, and I could eat a lot of it, yummy.

My mother in law says it is because of the calcium in the bones.  I also think it could be that much fish fat and bones are also in the head.  Maybe this is what Dr. Hulda Clark is saying when Weston Price observed the healthy tribes living beside the sea had almost perfect teeth because of eating a lot of organic calcium from fish.  This is how you eat calcium from the fish, eat small fish whole!  What a great discovery.

From my blog at

Body Builders talk about the Paleolithic Diet
I'm pretty sure they talk about cooked meat and vegs though.

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Grass Fed Beef
« on: May 13, 2008, 08:58:06 pm »
Grass fed beef tastes great compared to feedlot beef.
That is as far as the beef I come across in the markets near where I live.

Exercise / Bodybuilding / You need bile to digest fats
« on: May 11, 2008, 11:00:28 pm »
You need bile to digest fats.
Might be a good time to do a couple of liver flushes and flush out some stones if they are part of the problem.

General Discussion / Share your cost saving tips regarding FOOD
« on: May 06, 2008, 09:26:23 pm »
Somehow, some way we all may finally stumble on the optimum nutrition for our bodies.
The problem it seems is that the ideal diet seems to be very expensive.
In my case, raw organic / wild / tree ripened fruits and raw organic / fresh cuts of of raw animal foods, including fertilized chicken eggs would be great, but I've been noticing the expense is quite enormous.

I hope this thread becomes a depository of cost saving tips and techniques.  Share the wealth.

Welcoming Committee / Re: New Member:Geoff
« on: May 05, 2008, 10:54:42 pm »
I made a link to this new forum in my Eczema Cure website:

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