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Health / Re: improving skin
« on: July 23, 2012, 12:04:12 am »
Good for you jessica! Your another testament and success story for the RFD. The best thing for me about the RFD is the results. No diet or program has every given me that!

Hot Topics / Re: Dried Herbs! Friend or Foe?
« on: July 22, 2012, 11:43:27 pm »

Chris - it looks like your list is really spices, rather than herbs: I am very sensitive to these, so mostly avoid them except a little black pepper and turmeric. An RP person in the right part of the world would be able to consume these spices, so why deny the pleasure it may be giving you?

alive, the whole purpose of this topic was to gage everybody's opinion about the use of "dried spices and herbs". I'm not condemning the use of them at all. To each their own. I could care less if others had a spot for them in their pantry. I was just pointing out that;"most spices and dried herbs over here, are not true raw foods", and what there "true" place was for them in this diet (assuming you want to follow a 100% RFD".. I was just trying to get a gage of what others thought on the post regarding the subject. That's pretty much it. I thought eveheart put it best in her post above (at least for me that is). The greatest thing about this post is that we all follow to some degree a RFD. The negative, is that there are all different forms and variations on this diet. So what is good for one of us, not necessary good for another. Like I said, I was just trying to get opinions, and I respect yours and your choices. About the language barrier, my apologies. I was trying to make sense of it, The "Oh hell, I give up" comment was my way of bring humor to the situation. No offense!

General Discussion / Re: raw organic fermented soy sauce
« on: July 22, 2012, 03:55:15 pm »
Soy Sauce? Soy mentioned with the RPD sounds sacrilegious!  -v

Suggestion Box / I Suggest you Improve the Suggestion Box
« on: July 22, 2012, 03:24:28 pm »
JK. I'm just being a smart ass!

Health / Re: Help! my son has lead in his blood the level of 31
« on: July 22, 2012, 03:19:27 pm »
WOW! You have some serious issues and problems. My condolences! I hope you get the help that you need for the sake of your son's health!

Hot Topics / Re: Dried Herbs! Friend or Foe?
« on: July 22, 2012, 03:16:48 pm »
Dried herbs would be good to take tramping / trekking for the light weight and ability to create an instant salad, and they would be good if your climate was too cold to grow greens in winter.

I don't know how to respond to that comment? I assume you meant "camping"? Instant salad? Oh hell, I give up!

Exercise / Bodybuilding / Re: What to eat and what to not eat?
« on: July 22, 2012, 03:02:50 pm »
I actually just started a workout routine.

I weight train 4x a week, and play basketball almost daily.

I eat small meals through out the day. I always buy the fattiest cut of beef I can get (chuck roast).

Each meal consists of a fruit, 2 oz of beef, half a small avacado, apricot seeds, and raw honey on the avacados.

I'll typically eat 5 of those small meals a day. With one cooked meat meal as I taper off cooked food.

I also sleep at sun down, and wake up at sun up.

I drink a lot of water too.

I also take Kre-Alkalyn, a creatine supplement which really helps.

Some suggestions are -
1) fattiest cuts of meat possible, it prevents inflamation because of the omega 3's
2) Lot's of water (keep hydrated)
3) Lot's of raw fats, avacados, olives, etc.
4) Don't be afraid to eat those carbs
5) Consider eating slightly more meat than me, maybe a pound a day

If you're eating a good balance of carbs, fats, and protein you shouldn't need to eat massive amounts of beef per day. I get soar but after 3 days it goes away, and I just started.

Consider kre-alkalyn. Don't take my word for it, check out their websites -

As far as training don't go to hard when you start, make sure you increase the intensity of the workouts as you go.

That would give me indigestion! Your diet has some interesting food combinations. But, hey if it works for you, more power to you! You don't need supplements on the RPD! Eat quality protein and fat's (grass fed). My philosophy, KIS (keep it simple).

General Discussion / Re: Unseen Diversity
« on: July 22, 2012, 02:48:57 pm »
Thanks for posting! I'll have to check it out, sounds interesting.

Hot Topics / Re: Controversial anti-Aajonus claim
« on: July 22, 2012, 02:30:46 pm »
Theres nothing wrong with stating your opinion and beliefs in this world. But, when you feel like you have to make up and falsify a degree so you can be taken seriously. Well that's just plain wrong! I'm sure he felt like he had to do it, in order for people to take notice of him and take him seriously at the sametime. Heck, I could state my own opinions and theory's too. But, most people wouldn't take notice, or give me the time of day. But, if you put Dr. , and Professor in front of my name, people take notice. I agree with a fellow poster, that titles are subjective. Look at all the people who have Nutrition Degrees out there preaching what we should eat and what we shouldn't (rubbish). There are people in this forum that have more knowledge about nutrition than they ever will. I don't care how many credentials they have, when your wrong your wrong. There preaching what they have learned in school and growing up, talk about being brainwashed. IMO, the new/old food pyramid is so flawed beyond belief! "The so called Experts"? GMAFB! You maybe able to deny a person connected to this diet (Aajonus), but you can never deny this diet, and the effects it has had with all who have practiced it. He did bring attention to eating raw meats, and with that, he has help numerous people see the possibility's with a raw meat diet, that they otherwise wouldn't have. There's no denying that!

General Discussion / Re: Chimps hunt with tools (spears)
« on: July 22, 2012, 01:38:13 pm »
Well, that's good to know that some Vegan's don't do things for political reasons. I was being general in my experiences with vegans. I don't mind eccentric people. I do mind eccentric people who push their ideas and beliefs on others. We get enough of that out here in the LA area! I would never call "you" weird Dorothy, because you eat raw meat. What would that say about me? I guess most people would look at us as weird and wacko. I understand that, and I accept it. We are different and unique, and that should be celebrated. I have come to accept myself more and more as I get older. Most of us have tried/and lived with the American diet far too long, and it only brought us problems and health issues. I can't tell you how many different diets I have tried throughout the years, and they have all failed me. I guess that's what we all have in common as raw paleo's. Everybody is well versed, and have done countless hours of research on nutrition/diet's throughout the years. Heck, I've been researching nutrition/diet's/conditions for longer than I want to admit. I really feel like I found what I've been searching for my whole life. I'm very grateful for this website, and to be able to connect with people who live and preach the life as raw paleo's. By the way, I was just poking a little fun at vegan's, no offense!

Hot Topics / Re: Dried Herbs! Friend or Foe?
« on: July 22, 2012, 05:08:40 am »
I agree with you eveheart, you make/made a Great point/argument. I'm impressed! Not to say I think your wrong jessica. It's just that eveheart and myself are Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach raw paleo's. So, I guess our views and approaches will be similar. Like you said jessica, were all a little different, and whatever works for each and everyone of us varies to a certain degree. I appreciate your input and opinion on the subject!

Hot Topics / Re: Dried Herbs! Friend or Foe?
« on: July 22, 2012, 12:36:59 am »
I never even thought about tea's (dried). They would be non paleo also. I imagine you could use fresh herbs, made as sun tea. Like I stated in a past post, the RPD is very subjected to personal preference. Some of us use the caveman emphasis more, and others put a modern spin on it.

Hot Topics / Re: Dried Herbs! Friend or Foe?
« on: July 22, 2012, 12:16:13 am »
jessica, I'm referring to the dried herb selection in most stores. That you sprinkle on your foods. Example curry, cayenne, ginger, garlic, pepper, countless mixtures, ect. These are organic, non irradiated, and probably heated to a point where they are no longer raw.  I'm not talking about "fresh" herbs at all. I'm sure those are fine and dandy. I don't use dry herbs anymore. I was just trying to gage the opinions of the forum, on how people view dried herbs in the raw paleo sense, and if they currently use them.

Hot Topics / Dried Herbs! Friend or Foe?
« on: July 21, 2012, 05:21:15 pm »
What's the viewpoint on dried herbs (seasonings)? Not exactly a "raw" food. I guess if your a traditionalist, you would have to say no way. I came from a variation of the Ayurvedic diet, before I became a Raw Paleo. So it took me a while, to shake the dried herb habit. I actually don't miss them at all anymore, or have a craving for them to be quite honest. I wasn't masking the flavor of the raw meat, at all. I have alway's preferred meat/ fish, to be cooked very rare. So the transition to an all "raw" diet wasn't hard for me at all. I was mostly using the herbs for their medicinal qualities (digestion, ect). I was curious to what you guy's/gal's thought regarding the subject?

^ Also a god seat. You don't want to forget that too. Bicycling is a great exercise for cardiovascular training (excellent for the heart).

Exercise / Bodybuilding / Re: Exercise v. Diet
« on: July 21, 2012, 04:05:16 pm »
Nutrition is always your foundation. It will give you energy, health, and vitality. Not saying exercise isn't important. It is! They go hand in hand. You can't have one and not the other. In order for your body to get stronger, you need to break it down. Recuperation is just as important. I see a lot of people who workout, and never see the results there looking for. It's VERY important to eat some high quality protein and fat within an hour of working out. Your body is craving the nutrients it needs, in order to repair the damage that was done to your muscles. I can't emphasize how important this step is. Your body will absorb much more nutrients in this time frame. Remember, you need to replace all those calories that you just burned. So eat right, workout right (very important), recuperate, and repair (rest). If you stick to this formula you will see results I promise you. One more thing for the Ladies, strength train (I'm not talking low reps., and heavy weight either)! It will lean you up, and protect your bones, not to mention all those additional calories you'll burn in the process.

General Discussion / Re: Fertilized Eggs Discussion
« on: July 21, 2012, 03:28:00 pm »
You can find Pastured Ducks eggs on I actually ordered some not to long ago. Very good, and I'm told they keep for over 6 weeks. But, they never lasted that long with me  :). The yolks are much bigger, more nutritious, and some say easier to digest than chicken eggs. It's hard to find poultry, and eggs that are 100% pasture raised. Just to let you know.

General Discussion / Re: Chimps hunt with tools (spears)
« on: July 21, 2012, 06:57:13 am »
First of all Vegans are "weird". I wouldn't waste your time hanging out, or associating with them. They seem to do things for political reasons, instead of healthy reasons. I can't believe the junk they put into their body's  -v (soy, ect). They kind of remind me of people who ride scooters! Weirdo's!

General Discussion / Re: ancient fruit forests
« on: July 21, 2012, 12:30:00 am »
This is a Hard Cider lover's Paradise!

bharminder, to answer your question. Extremely rare. Now if your talking seats, and it's effect on blood flow and impotence. That's a different story! I There are a lot of seats that address this issue, so I wouldn't give up cycling anytime soon. Find a good seat, they usually have a whole or opening in the middle, to alleviate any pressure in that region.

Dog food is new to me. I'm still trying to figure out people food! LOL

General Discussion / Re: aged goose egg.
« on: July 20, 2012, 09:23:28 am »
Enjoy! Let us now if you survive the tasting!

General Discussion / Re: Weird Effects from RawMeat
« on: July 20, 2012, 01:42:09 am »
DopeDivinity, were you "High", when you and your Bro were eating that raw steak? Sure sounds like it!

Hot Topics / Re: FAT: Suet/Tallow and Butter's place in Instincto
« on: July 19, 2012, 04:15:13 pm »
Raw Grass Fed Butter, sprinkled with a hint of Himalayan Sea Salt. Is so Delicious, Love it!

Health / Re: warning - take this seriously
« on: July 19, 2012, 03:57:02 pm »
No bait here Charlie. I figured you out a while ago! Why do you linger, and persist in this forum? Seems like your looking for a magical pill. You stated in a prior post, that your here because of mental illness. Dude, nutrition is only one step. I wouldn't know where to start with you? Maybe, a shrink? I'd suggest a dog, but you'd probably abuse it, like you do a lot of people already in your life. You need to get off this self pity bullshit. I doubt your going to find someone on this site, who is as fucked up as you are! Really man, did you really have to go off on these people, who are here trying to help you? If you don't like what you hear, then move on and disappear. I for one, won't miss your childhood antics! Grow UP!

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