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« on: April 14, 2011, 12:15:15 am »
Do you love eating raw meat like me? I can eat everything from raw fish to raw ground beef. A lot of people around me find it strange and sometimes even disgusting that I like to eat meat this way. I've tried to order raw at restaurants and oftentimes I get rejected when asking for my meat the way that I like it.

General Discussion / Re: because we all breathe air...right?
« on: April 13, 2011, 11:48:41 pm »

With the sheer number of people that would need to be involved in this operation, and the fact that not one whistleblower has given genuine details of the supposed operation, this assertion seems far-fetched. Also, why would these supposed "new world order" overlords want to poison themselves and their children/family.

Come on... Seriously.

There are so many assertions on that site, and I bet they don't consider the possibility that they might be wrong.

The thing about conspiracy theorists (they must have amygdalas the size of grapefruits :P) that is really strange is that they think almost every bad event is or could be a conspiracy (even the Earthquake in Japan/nuclear crisis via secret government earthquake weapons).

These symptoms you describe probably come from pollution/allergenic compounds at ground level. You genuinely do not know that any secret chemicals have caused these symptoms.

Poor tolerance of chemicals mean that your body's ability to detox chemicals is not as functional as it should be. I had chemical sensitivities that was really bad. It has improved a lot being on this diet, and things that used to bother no longer do.

Detailed dietary assessments have been conducted in the UK since the turn of the century. Carbohydrate intake represented over 60% energy in the 1920's, and apart from a plateau and even a rise, due to rationing during and after the Second World War, carbohydrate intake continued to decrease in the UK, reaching a low of 45-46% energy in the 1950's, 60's and 70's (21,22). With interest in dietary fibre in the 1970's and more recently a renewed interest in starch, intakes of carbohydrate in the UK in the late 1980's, early 1990's have risen to about 48% energy (21,22)

Carbohydrate consumption has decreased but refined carbohydrate consumption has increased i.e. Carbs that actually have nutrition have been replaced with nutritionally devoid products.

Another interesting trend is that Grain consumption has increased since 1960 but has never reached the amount that was eaten in the early 1900s.  THe grain of choice was white flour at that time yet no obesity epidemic.

Carbs don't cause problems its the refined seed oils and combinations they are put in that cause problems.

We also can't forget the much higher fructose consumption. Fructose syrup is found in pretty much everything nowadays.

I count calories. It is fun. I do not EVER trust appetite, and I have zero interest in listening to my body.

Same here. :P

General Discussion / Re: Not hitting mineral targets
« on: April 08, 2011, 01:54:11 am »
One mineral that I found that I actually need the RDA requirements was calcium. My metabolism seemed to be too acidic and 200-300mg of calcium wasn't enough to buffer. I have seen improvements especially in concentration after eating about 1/2 teaspoon of eggshells a day.

Off Topic / Re: What are you listening to?
« on: April 02, 2011, 10:52:36 pm »
Chuck Shuldiner was a giant among men, a shame the modern plague got him.

Their cover of Painkiller is incredible.

General Discussion / Salicylate content of coconut flesh vs oil
« on: April 02, 2011, 10:53:55 am »
I have been taking coconut oil for a long time. I know that it is high salicylates, but my capacity to deal with it hasn't been overloaded like when I was constantly eating high salicylate fruits during veganism.

I tried some of that Artisana coconut butter this morning and OMG... It felt like I had been heavily drugged. It felt like I was viewing the world through a narrow tunnel and I couldn't concentrate on anything.

Is there a significant difference in salicylate content between the flesh and oil?

Oh wow. I never actually clicked on the link. XD

It's a satire site.

If people eat less meat because of studies, more for us. :D

Less demand = lower prices = happy us

Off Topic / Re: What are you listening to?
« on: March 31, 2011, 10:21:12 pm »
True. Very true... Sadly.  -[

I do a full body nude tan at solar noon, when it is sunny, for about 15-40 minutes depending on the season.

General Discussion / Re: Most amount of raw fat consumed in a day?
« on: March 31, 2011, 10:01:35 pm »
1kg pure suet or something?

OMG. That's over 9000.... calories XD

The most I have eaten was 150 grams and that made me very very full.

Health / Re: Does anyone have ADD/ADHD?
« on: March 30, 2011, 10:18:46 pm »
Looking back, I have probably had it since I was born along with some mild OCD and Asperger's syndrome. I think these conditions are linked to each other.

I have been on this diet for a little over 3 months now. There have been improvements in:

Forgetfulness: I used to forget where I had put something all the time even if it was only a few minutes ago. I also have had less of those moments when I would forget what I was talking about during conversations.
Distractibility: I am not as bothered by background noises. I used to have problems falling asleep because of this.
Procrastination: This has plagued my entire life. I used to not want to anything that required too much work or something that I deemed pointless. I feel more goal oriented now. I can't wait to go back to college to test my improvements in this. However, if I have an interest in something, I do it obsessively and don't procrastinate.

Veganism made my conditions worse. It was probably all that sugar. :P

I don't know if I can ever really be "cured" of these conditions. My biological father had these conditions and he was also bipolar which was really bad since he was also an alcoholic. My sister eats a ton of garbage (Breads, processed foods, load of sugar) and she does not have these tendencies. Shes is drained of energy because of this but socially she is very capable and doesn't have peculiar preferences. These conditions are known to be more common in males. Maybe there is some male sex-linked gene that can lead to a brain like this. Poor diet probably makes it worse.

On the other hand my physical health is great now! My face doesn't look zombie-like, I can digest my food, I have more muscle mass, and I'm not physically tired constantly. Maybe my brain does not really have disease and is just wired differently from most other people.  ;D

General Discussion / Re: Your favorite beef cut
« on: March 25, 2011, 11:19:10 pm »
Now that I am on raw paleo, I actually notice taste differences between the different cuts. When I ate cooked meat, all of the cuts tasted the same to me.

Off Topic / Re: On Voting...
« on: March 25, 2011, 11:06:59 pm »
i have gone though a number of phases on this but i never voted.

phase 1 - apolitical ( just watched my MTV etc when i was ~ 15 )
phase 2 - partisan ( thought democrats were good and republicans evil )
phase 3 - nonpartisan, libertarian ( supported Ron Paul and Rand Paul with campaign donations )
current phase - i don't give a f*ck !

it's hopeless !  the people always were, are and always will be dumber than sh1t.  they elected Hitler, they re-elected Bush FORGET IT !  they will never get a clue and i'm not going to lift my finger any more to try and save them from their own stupidity.

there are some people in my family on which i have spend hundreds if not thousands of hours explaining certain things to them and they still don't understand anything - and an average voter is even dumber - and the only thing it hears are government lies.  most of us could not even imagine how dumb an average voter is, because most of us don't spend our day talking to deaf-blind grandmas in florida.  politicians actually do this - not because they care - but because if they didn't, they wouldn't believe how dumb these people are themselves.

and here is the worst part of all - voters are getting DUMBER.  with all the food additives and toxins in the environment Alzheimers now strikes people at age 50 and in some cases starts to develop as early as 30.  at the same time these pieces of shit now live to 80 and of course they don't actually start voting until they lose their f*cking minds which they didn't have to begin with.  so the average voter dumb as it is is getting dumber.

i have NO hope for the future of this country.

Extremely relevant.

phase 1 - apolitical
phase 2 - partisan ( thought democrats were good and republicans evil )
phase 3- realized they were the same and supported green party (You have to admit that the green party is at least much better than the corporate welfarist main parties.)
phase 4 - nonpartisan, libertarian; realized that larger government invites opportunities for corruption (Ron Paul/Bob Barr) If one of them actually gets elected, I will probably say that THERE IS A GOD XD. Alas, it will never happen.
current phase - i don't give a f*ck ! I'm going to die one day anyways. It's not like I have to deal with bullshit government for an eternity. I want to enjoy life, and I'm just going to do my part in making this world a better place, even if it is insignificant.

A nonpartisan list of politicians I actually respect for not being evil as F***:
Ron Paul (R)
Bob Barr (L)
Ralph Nader (G)
Dennis Kucinich (D)
Rand Paul (R)

General Discussion / Your favorite beef cut
« on: March 23, 2011, 10:15:25 am »
I LOVE grassfed chuck so much. It is so tender and flavorful. The inter-muscular fat tastes so good. I also like how it is often the cheapest cut, although sometimes the arm roast portion costs a little less.

General Discussion / Re: paleo friendly chicks
« on: March 23, 2011, 09:53:56 am »
I see what you did there...

I can watch tv and sit on the computer all day, PAIN FREE!!


Anyways, I'm going to use it to have fun and enjoyable life. I'm starting to enjoy things that I used to enjoy doing.

Personals / Re: California
« on: March 19, 2011, 12:56:37 am »
I would recommend Colorado. Grass fed meat access would be easy and there would be NO shortage of outdoor activities. It's a beautiful place. If I ever decided to move away from Texas, I would go to Colorado or one of the mountain States around that area.

Off Topic / Re: Is an x-ray safe?
« on: March 18, 2011, 12:38:27 pm »

Here is a good calculator for radiation exposure. Since you are only x raying your foot, there should be very little consequence. If I had one foot x-ray, I would receive 0.01mSv. (Wow. It's NOTHING. XD) The only concern would be when you are having a full body/abdominal/back x ray because your vital systems are being exposed.

I think the supplement you are talking about is astaxanthin. It's an extremely powerful antioxidant; it protects against DNA damage. It's also an EXCELLENT internal sunscreen. I like to tan in the nude a lot, and with astaxanthin my skin has become very resistant to redness/burning/peeling. There was a huge difference even on about 1.25mg/day. I don't take the isolated form but the isolated forms usually have much higher doses 4-8mg/pill. The krill oil I happen to take has a significant amount of it.

Screw iodide pills. This will probably do much more good for the people on the coast if radiation actually turns out to be bad.

Some good natural food sources: Salmon, shrimp, krill. (It is why they are orange. Farm raised salmon is pale because it doesn't receive much of this nutrient.)

I would think that vitamin E(tocopherol/tocotrienol) would also have a protective effect. It would be much less effective though.

Personals / Re: California
« on: March 18, 2011, 12:08:13 pm »
Hopefully it cracks off into the ocean in 644 days.

...And nothing of value was lost. XD

Personals / Re: California
« on: March 17, 2011, 10:59:27 am »
California is overrated. :P

- Expensive property
- High taxation
- Nanny state

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