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Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Re: Raw Carbs for Candida
« on: June 13, 2012, 01:49:08 am »

I'm talking about natural foods. Processed junk is poison.


I would try the Sun and activity. Not only for Vitamin D but my hypothesis from experimenting these past few weeks is that activity and/or UVA rays stimulate the lymphatic system. Hence sweaty armpits is a sign of the lymphatic system over-working, the lymph nodes in the armpits.

I'm curious.

Conjugated linoleic acid?

Stearic acid?

Fatty acids in general?

Hot Topics / Re: 801010 and skin health
« on: June 13, 2012, 01:26:40 am »
I may be wrong here, but does it always seem like the black folks are the ones doing the best on these high plant diets while white people seem to suffer the most?

Black people have high levels of Vitamin D which is accompanied with healthy gut bacteria.

When eating meat, we intake preformed vitamins and minerals while when we eat plants, we gotta make the vitamins from other molecules, from scratch, we need high levels of Vitamin D and healthy gut bacteria to accomplish this. Hence Vitamin D keeps in balance all hormones & organs, and healthy gut bacteria is needed to make additional Vitamins from plant molecules, plus convert vitamin K1 to K2. The body works a lot different on a plant based diet.

Most people following 811 have dandruff; hence a sign of omega 6 deficiency. Nuts.

As for the graham guy, he should stop staring into the mid-day Sun, the guy is slowly cooking himself. *face palm*

Amazing skin doesn't have to do with only good fats; happiness and activity play major roles in someones health, inside and out.

Hot Topics / Re: Does ketosis accelerate AGEing?
« on: June 13, 2012, 12:58:31 am »

You misunderstood me. Doesn't matter.

I agree with what you are saying. Its not healthy being in ketosis all the time.

What I am saying is that short bursts of ketosis are beneficial throughout evolution and most likely happened by themselves.

Off Topic / Re: Interesting Palaeo arrticle re human brain
« on: June 10, 2012, 05:56:55 am »
“The story written in our bones is that we look more and more peaceful over the last 50,000 years,” Wrangham says. And that is not all. If he is correct, domestication has also transformed our cognitive style. His hunch is based on studies—many done by his former graduate student Brian Hare—comparing domestic animals with their wild relatives. The good news, Wrangham says, is that “you can’t speak of one group being more intelligent than the other.”

Yes the system is built on domestication and limitation with the law however the majority aren't peaceful; they are repressed which leads to many rebelling in negative ways.. drinking, drugs, clubs, etc... to gain freedom but that isn't freedom.

Normal people that follow in an individual line like mice are domesticated.

Eccentrics aren't domesticated.

Off Topic / Re: Who here believes this?
« on: June 10, 2012, 04:37:52 am »
I believe it 100%.

The dirt is the home of those microbes. Do you think you can invade their home and they aren't going to put up a fight?

When i'm working in my garden i always use my bare hands and i never wash any of my veggies from my own garden. I like to get some of the microbes from my healthy soil in me.

What you are suggesting is risky behaviour. For Vitamin B12? Thats not where we humans get the vitamin and neither is from animal products.

A little lesson. We have microbes in our colon that are harmful to us if they get out of the colon. How do you think these microbes got in our colon in the first place? Before birth? The appendix. The purpose of the appendix is to produce the microbes in the colon, while mouth, esophagus, stomach and small instestinal microbes come during/after birth, from the vaginal secreation when a baby comes out and mother-baby skin-to-skin contact. Well... I feel sorry for all those babies that had to come out through a C-section and all those babies that aren't held in the nude by their mothers.

Hot Topics / Re: Alternate juice formula : )
« on: June 07, 2012, 05:52:09 am »
Sick people need to eat clean natural fresh raw foods and move their asses.

The “high” experienced by runners and others exercising vigorously has long been explained by endorphins and the opioid receptor system. But since this explanation came the discovery of the endocannabinoid (eCB) regulatory system consisting of receptors on nerve and other cells and natural cannabinoids (CBs) that activate these receptors,. For nearly a decade many have thought that this system better explains the mental lift and euphoria people often feel during and after robust exercise.

Hot Topics / Re: Too many bananas? What's the story?
« on: June 07, 2012, 05:15:53 am »
Cobalamin- I was wrong. I have my tests back and they were high. I'm to take statins (which I will NOT do) and retake in 8 weeks. I have been eating lots of carbs, but I had another test done which said I can't process ketones. So, no more ketogenic diet for me. I was deathly I'll before the test so maybe that effected it. Or maybe I'm just going to fall apart. I don't know.

What I don't understand is why paleo circles advocate a ketogenic diet for type 1 diabetics; insulin is still needed to process ketones.  :o

Natural beta-carotene cleans up the body nicely and lowers cholesterol. Lettuce is a good option, new(freshly picked) lettuce is sweet while old lettuce is bitter.

My guess is that you have feeding habits that don't coincide with the reality of nature because you have food readily available and maybe don't get much exercise to stimulate the lymphatic system, walking for an hour is a good start and beneficial. Anyways, I never eat meat and carbs on the same day because eating carbs and meat on the same day is like having an abundance of fruit available and killing an animal for habitual reasons; I would only kill(buy) the animal via instinct, the need for meat. Plus carbs follow a totally different metabolism than meat; its catastrophic mixing them together. Carbs kick the body out of ketosis and inhibit fat metabolism(using fat as energy) and fatty acids accumulate, total cholesterol skyrockets. Important thing to understand is that its not the fault of any natural foods but our faults for not following the laws of nature.

Try getting more activity in your life, try eating raw red meat for your last meal without carbs and see how you feel the next morning. Protein is only used while resting.

Hopefully you've understood what I've written.

Health / Re: Depression success stories?
« on: June 05, 2012, 04:30:22 pm »
I forgot something, add this to my previous comment:

Parasympathetic stimulation -> Internal Stimulation -> Physical Stimulation
Sympathetic stimulation -> External stimulation -> Mental Stimulation

You want to activate both of these systems at the same time, as only natural, not seperate.

An example, watching porn and masturbating only activates the sympathetic nervous system while having sex properly(running out of breath) activates the parasympathetic nervous system and sympathetic nervous system at the same time.

Watching TV and listening to music is a major sympathetic nervous system stimulator without stimulating the parasympathetic nervous system at all.

For Vitamin D capsules for those that have trouble making Vitamin D. Take Vitashine.

Even better: shift it to being a producer.

Hahahaha!! So he can make more people unhappy and depressed??

Health / Re: Depression success stories?
« on: June 05, 2012, 04:18:11 am »
Shift the mind from being a consumer(buying things you don't need) to being a discoverer. Unhappy people surround themselves with useless crap they don't need to fulfill the empty hole of happiness and joy. What you can do is sell or better yet, throw out junk you absolutely don't NEED. Selling your junk to someone else will make them unhappy. Anyways, It takes a while for the mind to shift because its addicted to junk and has been programmed by society to be a "consumer" but if you can persevere past the point of no return, the mind will just click.

Vitamin D is also very important since it regulates all hormones. Low estrogen is link to being unsocial.

Vitamin B12 is also very important because it regulates melatonin secretion. Melatonin secretion makes you tired when it gets dark and wakes you up in the morning when the Sun comes up. Adequate sleep is important.

Regarding diet, don't mix meat/nuts/oils, more precisely, high fat foods with carbs(which are naturally low in fat). No mammal does it out in nature.

Health / Re: cellulite
« on: June 05, 2012, 04:02:13 am »
I always thought that women got cellulite because of the tight jeans they wear.  l)

Hot Topics / Re: Does ketosis accelerate AGEing?
« on: June 05, 2012, 03:41:03 am »
Methylglyoxal seems like a clean up agent. I highly doubt Methylglyoxal is produced when eating only fruit, no high fat foods and the vains aren't subjected to hyperlipidemia.

Anyways, all these trials are invalid because they have been done on "sick people" with broken down organs that have been subjected to garbage foods that no mammal would eat out in nature. You know.. mixing meat(zero carb) with carbs on the same plate. Carbs inhibit fat metabolism and the excess fatty acids accumulate in the vains.

When in doubt, always take into account the human habits first.

No society in all of human (or other mammal) history has been literally zero carb, so that should be a clue. Zero carb is a recent invention of humans, and even the diets of most of the supposed adherents aren't truly zero carb.

Zero carb is survival metabolism, aka ketosis, not a recent invention, but the drive of human evolution from my experience of having an abundance amount of energy on the days after only eating meat. While according to "this" interesting article, carnivores only go into ketosis while starving.

The question I am interested in is.. how often should we be in ketosis? which would benefit our evolution? 1,2,3,4... days a week?

Hot Topics / Re: Too many bananas? What's the story?
« on: May 17, 2012, 02:55:07 am »
I don't get it, how can bananas have norepinephrine, dopamine, etc., aren't these animal hormones?

They are, these hormones are for animals that eat the fruit, mainly for the purpose of getting us mammals addicted to the fruit and for seed dispersal. Bananas basically biochemically push animals to travel long distances and like men, bananas gotta spread their seed too!  ;)

Hot Topics / Re: Too many bananas? What's the story?
« on: May 17, 2012, 01:04:33 am »
I've been outside for a while. Perfect weather. My apologies for this late reply.

From my experiments, type 2 diabetes has nothing to do with Insulin Resistance(known as pre-diabetes). Contrary to what everyone believes. The only way for a diabetic to experience Insulin resistance is if they would eat a high carb/high fat/high sodium meal and inject themselves with insulin.

Diabetes is "Unusual thirst" and "Extreme hunger". (low beta-cell function, low insulin which stimulates hunger).
Insulin Resistance is feeling sleepy after an excessive high fat/high carb/high sodium meal. (high insulin, pancreas works perfectly)

I developed type 2 diabetes for a day after eating a piece of contaminated fresh water fish from Taiwan. Most likely, PCB's or other toxins wrecked the beta-cells of my pancreas.

I had insulin resistance on a daily basis after every meal for a couple years by eating the Standard Italian Diet. Pasta with salt/tomato sauce+olive oil and cooked meat/veggies. Never developed diabetes.

My experiment: I forced fed myself 250g of pasta without salt and tomato sauce with lots of fried olive oil twice a day for a week, no insulin resistance, inflammed my aorta(heart), not my pancreas. Waited a couple weeks for my heart to heal. Then added salt to the pasta and had insulin resistance everyday, still no symptoms of diabetes.

Mineral imbalance may also play a role in the causation of diabetes.

Regarding potassium, it may be worth noting that my hair analysis showed that I had a  potassium /magnesium inversion.

Basically, potassium should be in a certain proportion to magnesium. Your magnesium level should be much higher than your potassium, but in my case my potassium was off the chart high while my magnesium was deficient. The nutritionist gave me the impression that this was a serious imbalance.

Mineral imbalance plays a role in insulin resistance, not diabetes per se.

Its impossible that anyone would have higher magnesium levels than potassium because it goes against the characteristics of nature. Any type of fruit/veggie/meat is always high in potassium and low in magnesium. The forage that animals eat is high in potassium and low in magnesium. Most of the magnesium goes in the bones along with calcium. Its not that you had an inversion, its that you were deficient in magnesium like you stated. Magnesium is very hard to come by from animal products; maybe blood contains the daily requirements.

I strongly believe the nutritionist is highly mistaken. Its usually a sodium/potassium inversion that is seen in the majority of the population with degenerative diseases, high sodium and low potassium levels.

I agree that eating the wrong fats along with a high carb processed diet has a lot to do with triggering diabetes. I was pre diabetic and having all sorts of trouble digesting omega 6 vegetable oils. I foolishly thought stir frying vegetables with sesame, or grape-seed oil was healthy.

I would feel terrible after eating anything with cook fat no matter if it was animal fat or vegetable fat. If I ate fat with carbs I would have the worst reactions and highest sugar spikes. I had a blood analysis done and the nutritionist was astonished with the amount of fat that was in my blood. For some reason my liver was completely congested and I couldn't properly digest fats, while at the same time I was having issues with carbs as well

Now I am on a high fat ketogenic diet, and my last blood work showed a perfectly normal lipid and blood sugar profile.

Triggering insulin resistance, yes. Diabetes, no.

I also felt terrible after eating cooked fat. The stomach always tells the truth.

I am not astonished with the amount of fat in the blood of the majority of the population. Carb metabolism inhibits fat metabolism, fat accumulates in the blood. When we eat contrary to what is natural, we develop all these diseases. We have domesticated ourselves by making food easily available to us.

I agree with you, cooked fat is poison.


I do believe you, that your total cholesterol is low and at the same time its obvious that you don't eat many carbs if any at all. ketogenic diets are perfect for type 1 diabetics, those with seizures, those looking to loose weight and those living in cold climates since fat insulates.

I don't know everything but I found my answer about bananas and why they increase heart rate. Nothing to do with potassium.

It was found that banana contained large amounts of norepinephrine and a related substance, dopamine. Large amounts of serotonin were also identified in banana.

Norepinephrine increases heart rate, for those with clogged arteries, an increase in heart rate can be fetal.

As a stress hormone, norepinephrine affects parts of the brain, such as the amygdala, where attention and responses are controlled.[5] Along with epinephrine, norepinephrine also underlies the fight-or-flight response, directly increasing heart rate, triggering the release of glucose from energy stores, and increasing blood flow to skeletal muscle. It increases the brain's oxygen supply.[6] Norepinephrine can also suppress neuroinflammation when released diffusely in the brain from the locus coeruleus.[7]

Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Re: Raw Carbs for Candida
« on: May 16, 2012, 05:08:41 pm »
You don't need Garlic. Candida is a normal part of the GI tract flora; you don't want to eliminate it, just keep it at bay naturally.

I had Candida proliferation on the tongue. I went to the tanning salon and a couple days after my second session, 80% of my tongue got clear. The only thing those bulbs were emitting was UVA & UVB rays, UVA rays for lymphatic system stimulation and UVB rays for Vitamin D production. However, I stopped going after the 3rd session because it was wrecking my skin, the bulbs were not emitting color light which is needed to stimulate melanin and sweat to protect the skin.

You don't have to supplement per se. I did with those supplements before the spring came, had no side effects and they also eliminated the Acne issue I was having, now my skin is modelish. :) I would highly recommend getting sunshine though, not sunbathing, exercise and sweat. Sweat with sunshine tans the skin and from my experience, increases Vitamin D production on the skin.

Some interesting articles: (Read with caution, EGO trip of an article)

Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Re: Raw Carbs for Candida
« on: May 16, 2012, 06:14:45 am »
The root cause of Candida has nothing to do with anything ingested in the diet. Garlic will actually inflame your GI tract.

Vitamin D stimulates peptides in the intestine to balance candida/harmful bacterial growth.

You can either take a capsule or someone can suggest a raw paleo source.

I take the Vitamin D3 capsules below, no side effects, extracted from lichen. One note of caution, Vitamin D3 from lanolin(sheep's wool) is extracted with hexane(a carcinogen).


Hot Topics / Re: Why cooked paleo reportedly is healing to many?
« on: May 16, 2012, 05:37:39 am »
Cooked meat is poison in my body.

I stopped eating meat for over a year because I would get constipated everytime I did. Then a year later, about a couple months ago, I had a piece of cooked pork; it invoked a serious immune system response, the piece of cooked pork did not stay and digest in my stomach, the meat got dumped in my intestines right away like my body did not want the cooked meat in my body, then bloating, stinking gas, nauseous headache and a painful feeling in my heart followed.

It took me a couple months to get the courage to try meat again; especially raw meat. I did tonight. Raw ground beef from France. Its digesting wonderfully!

I'm very glad. I have a lot to learn about raw paleo now.

Hot Topics / Re: Too many bananas? What's the story?
« on: April 24, 2012, 12:53:39 am »
Fat has nothing to do with diabetes.  Getting most of your nutrition from fat forces the body to produce its own glucose.  Therefore, it's much less likely that you'll have more sugar in the bloodstream than the body can handle, because your body is likely to only produce as much glucose as is needed.

I think the reason that large amounts of raw fruit DON'T cause diabetes is because the fiber slows down the sugar absorption.  I have certainly noticed blood sugar issues, i.e., hypoglycemia, from drinking too much carrot juice.  I haven't had these problems as much from just eating raw fruit.

It looks like you're a new poster, so, just in case you don't know, I tend to ban members that promote vegans/fruitarians very quickly.  I'm just letting you know now, to avoid misunderstandings, OK? I'm not calling you a vegan troll, OK?  I'm just being clear about my moderating practices.

Refined inflammatory omega 6 fat has everything to do with diabetes. ex. oils. We both know very well that a diet of processed junk is what hurts the health of an individual. You mean getting most of the nutrition from meat, not fat. There is no health benefits of the fat from oils and nuts. High fat/low carb forces the body into ketosis and the body producing glucose from amino acids through gluconeogenesis. Survival metabolism, Got it.

I agree about the fiber slows down sugar absorption however I am talking about potassium here.

Are you talking about fresh carrot juice that you squeezed yourself or carrot juice from the store with added refined sugar?

I drink fresh carrot juice a couple times a week and have never had issues with it.

I eat raw fish. I am neither vegan nor fruitarian nor an EXTREMIST and nor here to promote what I eat. I know very well the benefits of essential fatty acids, especially EPA/DHA that are not found in land vegetation.

I know where you're coming from however you should teach mislead sheeple that are easily influenced.

Hot Topics / Re: Too many bananas? What's the story?
« on: April 24, 2012, 12:22:02 am »
What do you mean by too many? A lot at once, or just in general a lot of bananas daily? There are the 30 bananas a day folks who eat huge amounts of bananas every day, but I haven't heard of anyone ending up on this ICU.

Yes to both your questions.

I read an article on Hyperkalemia and how its related with diabetes. All diabetics have hyperlipidemia(high blood fat). Do you think the reason why these 30 bananas folks can eat so many bananas is because their diet is low in fat?

I've heard of individuals ending up in the ICU. Not many, there is those rare cases.

Hot Topics / Too many bananas? What's the story?
« on: April 23, 2012, 11:49:18 pm »
I'm trying to find the truth with a capital T.

I've heard stories of individuals eating too many bananas and ending up in the ICU(Intensive Care Unit).

Do these individuals end up in the ICU because they've been eating oils/cooked flesh and their arteries are clogged up?

Does potassium lubricate the artery walls and break plaque off the artery walls?

Hot Topics / Re: Jack Lalanne
« on: April 23, 2012, 04:44:30 am »
He still worshipped lucifer like all freemasons at high degrees. Is he then a trustworthy source??

What is the difference between those that worship Lucifer and those that wrote the bible based on what is God? How can you tell who is correct? Nobody can. For all we know, Lucifer could be God and the God the majority worship could be the devil.

Freemasonry is just a private club. I can make a private club tomorrow and not invite you because I don't see you fit for it. No point being jealous about it.

Look at the physical and psychological health of those that follow religions. Now look at the psychological and physical health of Jack Lalanne that worshipped Lucifer as you say. Jack Lalanne is a trustworthy source, he has spoken a lot of wisdom and TRUTH. He has been saying for years how much garbage people eat; did anybody listen? Its not like he kept the truth to himself and watched people suffer. The problem with society is that nobody wants to hear the truth!

Anyone that puts Jack Lalanne down should go put their head back under the sand.  ;)

Hot Topics / Re: Jack Lalanne
« on: April 22, 2012, 04:22:11 am »
Jack LaLanne: In those days everybody was saying that you had to eat meat to build muscle, so I went on a meat thing for awhile. NowI only eat fish--no chicken, no turkey, just fish. I get all my protein from fish and egg whites.

From what he said. It seems like he ate a very anti-inflammatory diet. Fish, ripe fruits and vegetables.

Wai Dieters / Re: Fructose
« on: April 22, 2012, 04:07:36 am »
This interview had good information about fructose and effect on humans. I couldn't believe that I actually listened to the entire thing. It was worth it though. ;)

8:00... HFCS and refined sugar lack Vitamins. Vitamins are needed for the metabolism of fructose. So fruit is perfectly OK, well ripe fruit.

I would clarify not to eat fruit when digesting meat and vice versa.

Whats with the scare tactics?

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