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Love the series to cook or not to cook!

I tested my AGE levels and they were crazy low (5 yo level).
I have avoided carbs pretty much for close to 6 years. I eat mainly raw animal food.

I feel great. Love this WOE. I sure feel a different level of energy with raw and so fun to read more about why  :)
Thank you for doing the work!

Off Topic / Re: Europe Goes Full Retard... Going to be a Cold Winter?
« on: September 13, 2014, 01:39:35 am »
Well... good I love the cold...  ;)

Health / Re: tinea crusis - yeast rash on groin area
« on: August 25, 2014, 10:29:33 pm »
As I said above, it is no option to quit eating seafood. We need DHA badly for our brains.
Instead we need to focus on how to better be able to detox the stuff - a healthy body should be able to do that. So we need to increase our overall health - not stop eating seafood. That would be a bad mistake.

I do not think chelating is clever at all. In fact, it can be pretty dangerous, as your experience shows too.

General Discussion / Re: Can you see if you are Carni/Omni/Herbivore?
« on: August 25, 2014, 10:21:24 pm »
Well, I certainly do not believe you can see on a face what kind of food it needs to eat, after all, it is what that person + its momma ate and how she and her ancestors lived that made it look like it does.

I can pretty much see if a person is a vegan / vegetarian tho.... or a carnivore/eating more animal foods....
Vegans just have those narrow faces and look just weaker - less muscles.. sure there are vegans that make lots of sport that are more muscular but i speak average. I would say there is something more feminine to vegan men, i do not think i could ever feel attracted to one - at least so far i have not

I am pretty sure i have become broader jaws and also otherwise too somehow "bigger" on carnivore foods....
i do no sports but my shoulders are broader, many clothes does not fit at all like they did at my "close to vegan" days - even if I am not fat, just i am bigger somehow.
But I like it. Very much  :)

Health / Re: The Hidden Disease: Testosterone Deficiency
« on: August 24, 2014, 10:56:41 pm »
Thanks for the calming information Inger, and of course the best thing is to try things out yourself to se results :) But the question still remains..  I just want to say that i am absolutely not an expert in this field but the question as far as i have read aromatase is an enzyme that you can find in estrogen producing cells like in the fat tissue among others? Maybe it doesn't affect you the same way when you consume it as appose to when your own body produces it ?

Here is a link to a thread where the subject is discussed, this might explain the question better than what i do?


Maybe they just got it wrong?

IMHO too... all bullshit.

Rawswede, do you have an estrogen dominance problem? How are you eating / living? How are you feeling?
Why don't you go and test by a doc instead of reading and believing in all sort of stuff on the internet?

Think naturally. Then you will get your answers. Eat what is natural and seasonal, (as wild as it gets) to where you live, and you will have no doubts anymore - and you will feel great!

Health / Re: tinea crusis - yeast rash on groin area
« on: August 24, 2014, 10:51:04 pm »
Cherimoya Kid is right.

You are way worse off if you avoid seafood. There are stuff in seafood that we get nowhere else. Critical for humans.

Our bodies are made to detox almost anything - if we live right. That is why being outside, exploring the nature, swim in natural waters, getting sun and wind on your skin etc. is very important.

If you live totally unnatural life with clothes on 100% of the time, being inside with technology - then you will have to be afraid of many things. Because you body will not work properly.

That said, of course always choose the best seafood and least contaminated you can afford.

Journals / Re: DaBoss88's healing schizophrenia journal
« on: August 21, 2014, 09:53:03 pm »
Love it ^^^  :)

I just bought the book "Orthomolecular Treatment for Schizophrenia" and going to send it to my brother, because of you :)

Health / Re: The Hidden Disease: Testosterone Deficiency
« on: August 21, 2014, 09:48:39 pm »
It really is important to do it scientifically = try something out, then go to a lab and test. test and test again. That is the only way to know the truth IMHO.
It might cost a bit, but it is a great thing to invest in. To be your own doctor is actually very fun and very interesting! You learn a ton... we should all do biohacks and then report to the community, would add a lot of value IMO

Real knowledge ends speculations and fear :)

Health / Re: The Hidden Disease: Testosterone Deficiency
« on: August 21, 2014, 09:42:31 pm »
Well, I might not understand the theory too well, but i for sure know fat does NOT increase your estrogen, if you eat good quality food stuff.
I have been eating unreal amounts of fat last years and my estrogen is at very good/normal levels, not high. I have tested. Could actually be a little higer, i have about mid levels and i would like to be in the upper 25 % range.
I know many male persons that eat a ketogenic diet and are just very muscular and not one bit looking like they have too much
i think it is also the balance of the hormones that matters a lot.

If you eat lots of dairy, IDK if that could do something like that, but i do not count regular use of dairy to a healthy diet anyways.

You need to go and test your hormones in a lab, and then go from there, eat lots of fat, test again in some months and see where it takes you.
We very much need cholesterol because that is what our body makes hormones of. It is a big lie that it should need to be low. I have a high cholesterol level, mine was last time i tested (more than a year ago.. i need to test again soon)

Total 8,2 mmol/l (317,1)  range 0-5.0
HDL 2,8 mmol/l (108,3)    range 1,0-99999.0
LDL 4,7 mmol/l (181,7)     range 0,0-3,0
Triglycerides 0,8 mmol/l (70) range 0,0-2,0

well, i would like it even higher, that is the truth, my doc thinks the

If you want to raise your testosteron, do nude tanning as much as you can, on the ground.
And limit your non native EMF exposure (fake light, computer... wifi..etc) as it destroys hormones very effectively, sad but true.

General Discussion / Re: Is wild food actually healthier?
« on: August 15, 2014, 07:00:28 pm »
I love how you think Eric.

Raw Weston Price / Re: Raw Food and Bone Broth
« on: August 12, 2014, 06:18:41 pm »
This was amazing stuff what you posted there Eric! Have you tried to do this yourself? How did that taste, is it sour, like sauerkraut?
I want to try this.....

General Discussion / Re: Is wild food actually healthier?
« on: August 12, 2014, 06:05:30 pm »
i like how this forum has individuals that think different and gives different advice. It is makes it all very colorful and not a black and white matter.
Because life is by far not black and white  :)

I think we go along pretty nicely despite our differences  :)

Raw Weston Price / Re: Raw Food and Bone Broth
« on: August 12, 2014, 06:03:48 pm »
I am with Van on this  :)

General Discussion / Re: Is wild food actually healthier?
« on: August 10, 2014, 10:50:02 pm »
I never believe what I read, Inger, I always doubt. I first tried to read that page from your guru Jack Kruse and found out what I wrote about it. Then I searched if others had the same view, to be reassured that there are some sensible people on this planet...   The pages I linked show that I'm not alone, fortunately!  :)

Great Francois.... I do not care if I am alone tho, not at all..... lol
i have read those bully links of yours long ago my friend and they are trash IMHO  ;)

if you do not stop calling Jack my guru I will come down faster than fast and I do not know what I will do to you  :o
you might regret it, or NOT (depends on the figs....)

General Discussion / Re: Is wild food actually healthier?
« on: August 10, 2014, 10:48:16 pm »
Inger.  Are you actually eating wild?   WIld foods would be food native to where you live.  So food that grows in the wild by you may not actually be "wild".   It may be a random tree or bush planted there buy man 100's or thousand of years ago... WId would mean food that is actually native to the region you are from...You would have to alot of research to eat "wild"... and then it still might not be right because of your ancestry.. If a person is European living in South America eating local foods... how would the jive with your body?

The most important thing to do is to eat the stuff seasonal to where you live. No matter if you are not native to there. Because it has to do with the sun. Where is lots of sun and carbs grow naturally, we can eat them, because our body needs sunshine to process carbs without them hurting us (this will not work if you live around the equator and a unnatural life with lots of non native EMF)
Just go to the Nature, she will give you the answers. Merciless;)

My main staple food these days are wild oysters picked by myself along the shore.. and wild caught herring and mackerel.. and wild herbs and berries from my surroundings.
I am not 100% wild tho, I do eat some grassfed heart and fat too and sometimes local organic veggies like cucumber, and I even eat raw Nuts, i prefer Hazelnuts - they grow here too, wild.
But my main food sources are wild. And i could practically live very well from them only if I just was a hunter, because I crave saturated fat too at times and that is why I always have grassfed beef fat in my fridge, I just eat it plain like a pastry..yum But I eat it only occasionally.

General Discussion / Re: Is wild food actually healthier?
« on: August 10, 2014, 09:32:42 pm »

That said, I agree it's better to eat wild foods, their taste is stronger and better as long as they suit our needs. We tend to eat too much cultivated fruits and livestock meat.

hahahaha...... Francois you cannot stop trying to turn Jack down, no?  ;) It just do not work with
If you was to read all the bullshit on the net and believe it, i feel sorry for you. Bullying never suited me and i run away from anything that smells like it - sorry  ;)
Often when we go against the stream there will be many haters.

as you see, in the end we still agree......  ;D

General Discussion / Re: Is wild food actually healthier?
« on: August 10, 2014, 06:25:49 pm »
A buddy of mine is convinced that eating wild food that grows naturally around the area you live in is healthier for you.  Is this true?

He also talks of local foods being better and being in tune with the season but....

things like kale, and broccoli , and bannanas are not even really real... They are artificially selected foods made better by humans.  Is this bad or is this just mumbo jumbo.  because I pretty much eat all the organic fruit and vegetables regardless of "artificial selection"

Well, to me it is clear your friend is right. If you look at the Nature, everything has its seasons, and animals eat what is in season where they live. This is a basic rule.. and it all has their reasons. If yo dig deeper you can find all the answers WHY. I have, after just instinctively getting closer to eat more and more wild and local because it just made me feel better, learned so much about it why that is what we should be doing if we want optimal health. Mind blowing stuff!

This neurosurgeon has helped me a lot to understand it scientifically. It is tough reading, but so worth it

It is not going to be convenient and easy maybe... but no regrets  ;).

Just need to add one thing to this, our human brains evolved through seafood.. so you will have to live close to water too - very important. We need DHA for our special human brains.
Hard to get enough DHA from land animals only, if you maybe do not get lots of raw brains to eat.....

Health / Re: tinea crusis - yeast rash on groin area
« on: August 09, 2014, 06:05:08 pm »
Great update!
Now try to switch those fish oils to real raw seafood, and you are doing yourself a favor  :)
Seafood has iodine too... in its natural package  :)

General Discussion / Re: Edibity of raw meat discussed on major website
« on: August 09, 2014, 06:01:58 pm »
I do not care one bit either. I do not read websites that i think is only trash. My time is way too valuable....

On neurosurgeon Jack Kruse's website you read the opposite - he is a big fan of raw, and explains it scientifically why it is good for us
he also have said, no other animal cook their food, only human, and we should better not.

Journals / Re: Inger's healing journey
« on: August 08, 2014, 01:21:06 am »
Holy cow... that is huge.... what did you pay for such a beauty / piece?

Did you ever pick them yourself? Did you find big ones then too? Where do you live now Tyler?

Hot Topics / Re: Hybridized Fruits
« on: August 08, 2014, 12:26:57 am »
Nice  :)  :)  :)

Francois please tell me how do you open up oysters, i might do it all wrong? I need help with the big ones, I one morning fought for at least 5 minutes to get that 20 cm long bastard open!  l)
The small ones are easy.. but the big ones.. no  :'(

Journals / Re: Inger's healing journey
« on: August 08, 2014, 12:21:02 am »
Haha... tiny? For me they are big..  ;D i want to see the bastards you get in England Tyler, please post a pic or a video..... :-*
The biggest one i find are about 20 cm long. I seriously fight to open them... -[ The very small ones have very much meat in them too, that really suprised me!
They are way way better than the "Sylter Royal" oyster i get in the shop.... the wild i pick are so crazy creamy, like drinking cream, really.... and they have way more meat! Unbelievable... I wonder why there is such a big difference?

Why don't you move here Tyler, would be so nice to hang out with you and pick oysters along the shore  :)  :)  :)

Health / Re: harmful toxins from cooking
« on: August 08, 2014, 12:16:38 am »
I ate dehydrated meat pretty often.. for years.. i made it myself tho. Now i practically do not eat it anymore, i am sure fresh or aged is better for health.
Still i had an AGE level of a 5 year old as i measured it last fall.

Another rawfooder i know of measured hers too, she is just a tad bit older than me but had pretty much higher AGE level even if hers was good too for her age. Bush she eats omnivore raw food and only a small amount of fish and meat, so quite some fruits. I believe sugar is worse for AGE formation... and sugar from fruit is almost as bad as white sugar for the body i guess

Hot Topics / Re: Hybridized Fruits
« on: August 06, 2014, 02:55:25 am »
 Love you guys   :-*  :-*  :-* but i am not as pretty as you think lol
but I am working on it  ;)

Francois might be we need to agree to disagree on some topics  ;)

If you go and watch what I eat these days in my journal you might want to come visit tho  ;D
I am closer to you now, in north Germany, i might come by one day  :)  :)  :) maybe in winter when I need some sun, if you let me!

Suggestion Box / Re: Drinking water after a meal
« on: August 06, 2014, 02:52:52 am »
I drink anytime I want, to meals, in between meals.... my belly is happy  :)

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