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General Discussion / Re: What would you do in my situation?
« on: June 23, 2011, 11:02:51 pm »
Eat lean conventional meat and supplement with grassfed fat.

Raw Weston Price / Re: 100% grass-fed cheese
« on: June 23, 2011, 11:00:31 pm »
Mmm, grassfed butter....

Beef tongue is my FAVORITE!!! I get it sliced super thin at the nearby Korean market. I use it instead of bacon.

i suppose you think you are witty or funny, but that is as cruel as your comment against men in another thread.

it is deplorable that you cannot find strength of character, wisdom or physical attributes that combined are 'beauty' in anyone but yourself. 

i am surrounded by beautiful, hard working people that continually motivate me to better myself. they have their way, i have my (raw paleo) way. but that is me, and that is what i attract from the universe into my life.

is the remaining (approx) 96% of the world population gross too? 

I think you lack a sense of humor.

Exercise / Bodybuilding / Re: Eating Raw before or after workout?
« on: June 18, 2011, 03:14:16 am »
I do or I collapse. If i don't eat within 2hrs after working out I'm in trouble.

I eat lots of fruits to increase glycogen storage on weightlifting days. than I eat nothing 2hrs prior to working out. Post workouts is smoothy from 6 raw eggs+1ltr raw milk+1 teaspoon honey.

That is probably because you are eating so many carbs. You cannot go long without fuel.

If I weren't orthorexic, I'd look gross like most women  -d

Exercise / Bodybuilding / Re: Eating Raw before or after workout?
« on: May 30, 2011, 05:00:30 am »
You should eat as soon as possible after the workout, putting emphasis on carbs first (e.g. fruits) to recover lost glycogen from the muscles, and then protein (e.g. fish, egg yolk, lean meat) to repair and build better muscles. The sooner you eat and the easier it is to digest this post-workout meal, the better.

Before hand I wouldn't eat much, a couple of fruits at most like an hour before.

Broscience. You do not need to eat right after working out in order to recover.

Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: What plants do you eat?
« on: May 27, 2011, 02:47:14 am »
do you drink fresh herb tea or from dried herbs?

No, just brands of herbal, green and white teas. I get ground herbs/spices.

Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: What plants do you eat?
« on: May 24, 2011, 10:24:16 pm »
I do not consume any vegetables. I drink a lot of green, white and herbal teas, and I use spices and herbs.

My mother in law married my father in law in the USA and had their first child there.
When they were offered migration to the USA, they turned it down and instead went back to Manila.

Answer: For the sole purpose that both she and her husband wanted more children and in the part of the US where they were, they found it impossible to reach their goal of more children.  They went back to Manila and my mother in law gave birth to a total of 8 children.

Mother in law began her career after after her 4th child and she's got a hell of a swinging career today in her 70s.

She can do 8 kids and career in Manila because of maids. (sorta like additional housewives without sexual involvement)

My idol of a strong grandma.

Now that is a powerful story of combining motherhood with the mother's wish for something outside just raising children. I could definitely support that.

  What you don't realise is that by not having children, you are making way for those individuals/cultures that are having lots of children. One guy recently stated that because Moslems were having far more children while their Western counterparts were refusing to have such children, that eventually Europe and other such areas would become dominated  by Islamic Fundamentalists along with their female-subduing culture. OK, I am as guilty as you in that regard re not having children.

Having lots of children, anyway, does not guarantee a loss of women's rights. For example, I once did some interesting research on polygamous women from the Independent wing of the Mormon Fundamentalists, who routinely have something like 7-8 children each. Such women, despite sharing 1 husband with several other women, benefitted more than a wife in a monogamous marriage, because they were able to share the wife's responsibilities among the other wives, so could hand over child-caring responsibilities to another wife while still pursuing a career etc. Admittedly, this only worked well for the women if there were no more than 2 or 3 wives in the polygamous relationship. More than 3, and the women naturally started to benefit less.

This is true only if I truly cared about the fate of humanity after I am gone, which is not a huge concern for me. I would wish for a smaller, more robust population of paleo eaters.

that's mean :(

It's mean to wish that women get the opportunity to decide what they want?

yep reach useless feminist career goals that no males care about and then get to 30...35...40 realise whats really important (family) and find out they are not fertile. Eggs are in bad shape.

Right, because what men care about is the only thing that is important. Plus, you can adopt if you want.

Exercise / Bodybuilding / Re: the importance of exercise
« on: May 22, 2011, 06:34:31 am »
To me not having muscle looks gross. A woman who is skinny fat makes me want to vomit. I guess I just love lean, defined muscles.

I hope a lot of these women run away, get educated, and become doctors or whatever they dream of being, and the men sit masturbating at home.

I always remember how miserable it was to have only one sibling. It's more fun to have lots of brothers and sisters.

I have a younger sister. I like having just one sibling. I was not alone--we are 3 years apart--but we had individual space, time with our parents, our own rooms, etc. I would not want to be just one of many, stuck like sardines in a can.

Women dont seem to want kids much these days because they're mostly feminsts. Even if they don't call them selves feminists they have still been taught it. Having children is considered weak for a woman to do. They have had unpleasant experiences themselves as a child and so they dont want children. American society does not view raising children as it used to, unless they are religious. I want to have at least 4 sons and a couple of daughters myself as soon as my boyfriend says its okay to.

I had the most wonderful childhood you could ever imagine. But I remember being 5 or so and thinking that I did not want to be a mother.

Primal Diet / Re: Ron Paul advocates for choice to drink raw milk
« on: May 17, 2011, 11:55:34 pm »
I voted for Ron Paul, so Obama is not my fault  >D

Hot Topics / Re: legalization of raw dairy
« on: May 17, 2011, 11:54:25 pm »
Butter makes me happy.  ;D

Well, I agree and disagree.

I do weight lifting and eat zero carb paleo, so I am lean and strong, not fat and soft like most women. That said, you know that I do not want to get pregnant and have children. I just do not feel maternal, and I have life goals that conflict with child rearing. I have not ruled out adoption in the future.

Hot Topics / Re: That all important taste
« on: May 17, 2011, 11:49:36 pm »

You should not feel bad about eating the pie. I don't want to sound rude but the opinion of the other people on this board suggests that they may have little experience with making accommodation to differences in culture. Granted, a pie may be a SAD food item but if you cherish your friend and you understand the importance of eating this pie, then the pie may be much more than symbolic then the pie itself.


Perhaps the best answer is moderation; perhaps accept the pie but just a small amount.

Absolutely DISAGREE! If your friends and family care about you, they will not put food above your diet preferences. If someone is so sensitive and small minded as to be offended that you don't eat something not on your plan, s/he does not deserve your company.

Hot Topics / Re: That all important taste
« on: May 12, 2011, 10:07:10 pm »
You ate a piece of pie you didn't want to eat at all, to save someone's feelings? I would have just said that I cannot eat pie, and if they questioned me, give them a WTF look. How dare someone question what I will and won't eat?

Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Re: 1 Fruit a day.
« on: May 06, 2011, 03:38:45 am »
I consider Zero Carb to be animal foods only (save tea and coconut oil), so the carb count does not matter. Some days I have literally zero, and sometimes up to 8 carbs with carby egg yolks and organ meat (liver, tongue).

I consider VLC around 20-30 carbs, coming only from vegetable/fruit sources outside of animal foods. Absolutely no grains/legumes, etc.

Regular low carb could be from 50-150 grams a day.

My gym is $25/month. I would rather pay that easily than make something, but that is just me! I can afford it.

I need my barbells, dumbbells and cables for what I do. Unless I could have all of that at home, I myself would not bother.

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