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Do you still crave it and do you still eat it??? and how do you eat it??? raw?  dried?  etc...

I do but I eat more seafood. I eat close to 100% raw, but there is one thing I do cook... tongue. I just like it better gently cooked. But that is the only thing.
So like yesterday... i had tongue again, gently cooked and cold. After 3 weeks with only raw. I do not feel any negative effects other than that I get a little less euphoric.  ;) like my senses are not that sharp. But i digest it perfectly well and feel fine after cooked meat too, i just cannot eat it often as it makes me crave raw meat again really much  :o
and i like the euphoria from the raw animal food too a lot  ;D

I make a lot of chevice from seafood. Oysters i eat just plain, my favorite food.
From meat I make carpaccio too. I like that, with raw onion. Sometimes I eat it just plain. But I barely eat muscle meat anymore, i do organs, i mostly eat heart, grassfed beef heart. It is my 1 choice, i always have it in my fridge, dry aging and then rotting in a glass jar (high heart) that is very good!

Hot Topics / Re: Worms/Parasites in raw meats/organs
« on: August 04, 2014, 11:31:55 pm »
I am with Tyler. I am not scared of parasites at all.
I have eaten parasite infected fish raw plenty of times. I am healthy as a horse.

You need to work on your overall health, and your body will be strong enuf to not let parasites take over.

There are even therapies that infest you with hook worms to heal allergies, and they work. I know one guy that have them and they have done great things to him.
Do not let the fear of parasites take you away from raw animal food, that would be very sad.
But take care to nurture your body and mind in every possible way, not only food, so you get strong and healthy. Parasites wont hurt you.

Health / Re: Help me! Heal me! (Ulcerative Colitis)
« on: August 04, 2014, 11:23:59 pm »
Well, I would ditch the fruit/carbs, and go heavy on raw seafood. And no cheating. That is what your body has been telling you for long, you just was a little slow to truly get it  ;) Our body always tell us, if we just listen.

Watch out for non native EMF, are you using WIFI, how are your surroundings, do you live in a city? Close to the ground or up in the "air"?
EMF pollution is very bad for the gut especially. It is not only the foods.

Stay dehydrated, drink plenty of good spring water. Get plenty of sunlight, preferably naked.
How is your sleep? Sleep is the single most important thing for health. With good sleep we heal. Without it we are lost.

Squat on the toilet, it helps the gut to heal too. I always squat. My gut is very happy  :)

DHA is the best when inflamed. It will help. Raw fats like grassfed beef fat might be healing too for the gut. You need to find out what works for you, test and you will know your own N=1


You need to eat plenty of DHA from raw seafood when you want the ketogenic way to work right, especially if your health is broken.

Read this blog "WHY KETOSIS APPEARS TO FAIL SOME?" by neurosurgeon Jack Kruse  for more info

Journals / Re: Inger's healing journey
« on: July 21, 2014, 06:38:00 pm »
Well.... I must say this is absolutely amazing..... I am drowning in fresh seafood... and the ocean is so close.... and this place is just magic  :)  :)  :)

Now I just need to get my phone and internet connection working, will take one more week, and then I hope to be more present here again!
Man it was so much work, the move! But SO worth it..... way less EMF..... and way more oysters  :)  :)  :)

Sorry about the music. Better put the sound on after 0:40 seconds  -[

Get away from EMF...... it will weaken the immune system - many places in USA are horrible... here too. It gets more and more crazy.
We need to not overlook this when we try to solve our health issues.

Children in particular are the one that suffers the most... the EMF (wifi, smart meters, electronics etc..) will destroy their gutflora

My one sister and family moved to the countryside, very remote, almost no cellphone coverage... from the city, surrounded with many many wifi signals from neighbors... and so much EMF it is scary. She has had diarrhea for long time and the doctors could not help. She got so thin. Now, from the first day in the new home - no diarrhea anymore. Amazing! The whole family are feeling so much better! I was there and i could literally feel the difference. I am moving too now. To a place with less EMF. For many today moving will be the only way they can heal.

Tyler is right.
I have eaten plenty of fish with parasites, raw, for many years. Here I am, very healthy and no issues at all - yet  ;)

That said, I would not give that kind of food to others as I believe if you are weak and unhealthy parasites might hurt you. Context matters.
You need to really educate yourself. So you can know your risk. I have. The Anisakiasis parasite can live only 2 weeks in human, and they can not reproduce.

Journals / Re: Inger's healing journey
« on: June 26, 2014, 12:22:41 am »
Oh man i have not updated in so long...

Eating the same, doing the same, feeling great  :) enjoying the cold and rainy summer  ;D

I am moving back to Germany! To the north.... close to the shore... where is..nothing lol Very little EMF,  a nice nice home. In just 2 weeks! I cannot wait... I so long for my own peace... I have some stuff to do! What also is amazing - there is lots of fresh seafood, living is way cheaper too. And I really really hope there are no smart meters!
When I am there and settled i will write a better update for sure! :)

Hanna, would you share details?

How / what is you eating now? What was the symptoms that made you change.

hahaha... Toth I would say YES in a heartbeat...LOL not too many men like that around ;)
no one have ever killed me whole an elk... brains included and all...!  ;D

Health / Re: Eczema - A Journey To Healing
« on: June 18, 2014, 06:28:39 pm »
Have you tried to ease into raw? Maybe he get too much detox going fully raw too fast. What if he would do 1 meal / day gently cooked seafood? With some high meat to get bacteria in?

Health / Re: Eczema - A Journey To Healing
« on: June 18, 2014, 06:26:37 pm »
Eat wild greens or carrots from the garden with some earth/dirt on them. Very good for the gut.

Health / Re: Eczema - A Journey To Healing
« on: June 18, 2014, 06:25:29 pm »
Fasting can be read bad if you are drained. Eat. Do you eat enuf? Raw seafood sounds great :)

Maybe too many enemas is no good for the gut flora. I would not mess with that.

Health / Re: Eczema - A Journey To Healing
« on: June 18, 2014, 06:23:34 pm »
Maybe ditch the fruit. Sugar (fruit) might really be a bad idea
Jack Kruse have lots of stuff on Sleep Apnea.... you should search his blog/site.. EMF is a big thing

Maybe stop uropathy. Maybe he is cleaning out some bad stuff and for now this kind of therapy is not the right? Do lots of spring / RO water instead. No chlorine/fluoride

Do you live in a high EMF area? How does the work looks like? Have you tried high meat?

General Discussion / Re: UK Royal turning to raw food diet
« on: June 18, 2014, 06:15:36 pm »
I read in a newspaper here that princess Victoria and Madeleine of Sweden's favorite foods was oysters...... :)

Also... rich and educated people often eat lots of sushi / sashimi... carpaccio.. tartar.. raw steaks.. I am a waitress I know  ;)
Not bad - might be why they do better too in many ways :)

for sure their food choices are way way better than the average population. They also do way more animal food. That is what is expensive too.

Health / Re: how to handle anxiety/stress/panic attacks
« on: June 07, 2014, 02:48:03 pm »
Stay away from EMF. Limit it as good as you can. There are studies how it increases anxiety. Many people today have anxiety issues... :(
Be outside naked in the nature, barefoot as much as you can. Very good for anxiety.
Sunshine, earthing, singing birds and the blue sky and the green... very healing. Summer rain too :)

Health / Re: how to handle anxiety/stress/panic attacks
« on: June 07, 2014, 02:46:13 pm »
Wild edibles, nettles, linden leaves, dandelion flowers etc...... eat them every day if you can. They are great.

Health / Re: how to handle anxiety/stress/panic attacks
« on: June 07, 2014, 02:44:55 pm »
Eat oysters. The best supplement ever. Gives you loads of magnesium too - in a bio available form!!!

Seafood.... fish head smoothie..... Maybe even fish broth? It is not raw but can be a great thing to do to heal anyways

Health / Re: how to handle anxiety/stress/panic attacks
« on: June 07, 2014, 02:43:24 pm »
this ^^^ Be careful with supplements. You really need to know what you are doing or you might just make things worse. The sun is way safer. I tan every second i can, you should too! :)

and.... it isnot only vit D you get from the sun.... you get many other amazing things too... and if you tan nude it is going to optimize your hormones in an amazing way :) :)

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Price check on Meat
« on: June 07, 2014, 02:39:16 pm »
When I worked in Norway last fall for 2 months, I was shocked to see the same wild caught pollock cost only half of what it cost here.... and in Norway you earn way more money than here...... way cool! In Norway it is easy to live dirt cheap eating raw carnivore for sure!
There you can eat he seaweeds too, very clean waters. And oysters and mussels are for free....... if you catch them...

I might move I just cannot decide, Germany or Norway  ???

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Price check on Meat
« on: June 07, 2014, 02:35:38 pm »
You know.. when I lived in Germany and moved back here I was so scared i will not find any meat and fish sources. Food is way more expensive here than there.... and harder to find grassfed and wild stuff. But, when you search you will find! We just never have to give up... there is always a way! I would never ever compromise on good stuff because of money... I would then rather move.

I live close to the shore and here is lots of fish, just, the Baltic Sea is quite polluted. But I mix it up a bit with fish from the North Atlantic , and I trust my body to be able to get the bad stuff out, I live such a healthy life. I know our body is made to clean out poisons as long as we take good care. I have calculated I get way more good than bad eating the seafood.

When I get whole fresh Norwegian mackerel (I get them only a few times / year) I always buy, but it is expensive, 14 € / kg. But I use everything! Heads and all. So if I would eat say 4 mackerels / day and then some pollock too... and grassfed fat, I would still only have spent 10 € for food that day. I am proud if I can eat for 10 € / day. I could never get under 20 € when I ate raw omnivore (lots of fruit and veggies and nuts)

but yeah... when I do oysters it raises the bill quite a lot!  ;)

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Price check on Meat
« on: June 07, 2014, 02:26:56 pm »
Inger, Van and Sabertooth, what is the current price/lb of the cheapest animal meat (flesh, from any source, including fish, any of muscle flesh, ground meat or whole carcass) you buy and what is the meat and where do you get it (I know already that Sabertooth gets it from farms)?

I drive half an hour to a grass fed Angus farm... and buy directly from there. I barely buy meat, I take the organs. As Eric says, they are way more nutritious and even way cheaper. I get 1 heart for 10 € (13 USD) and they can be huge, maybe 2 kg? Same with tongue, 10 € each. I get fat too, very cheap, maybe 10 € / 3 kg or so. Sometimes i get it for free.... Their liver is also dirt cheap. Organs are not popular here....
Their ground meat is their cheapest meat source, cost 14 € / kg, it is 16 € / kg in the store. But I do not buy that, why, when I have the organs?
I seldom buy ground elk meat (prefrozen) anymore, it is 6 € / lb. I used to buy it a lot but I eat very little land animals anymore.

That was my meat sources.

Seafood - the cheapest is Baltic Herring fresh, and wild Pollock (North Atlantic) prefrozen. Those are both dirt cheap, 4-6 € / kg I use the heads of the herrings as smoothie.
I can get other cheap local fished fish too... for 4 € / kg. I sometimes make them into fish broth.

I also eat seaweeds, I buy from Orkos (France) and they are 100% raw and very delicious. Cost me 6-10 € / 100 grams depending on what kind of seaweed. I use different kinds.

I can get a ram for 80 € in fall - half year old or older. There is a lot of meat and fat and other yummy stuff on it. But they are usually not fully grassfed. Sure if i search i can find such too but I am not to interested in land animals meat anymore - the organs are enuf for me  ;)

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Price check on Meat
« on: June 06, 2014, 11:17:47 pm »
Taxes yes on farm or ranch land, but basic price of land has gone up so high too.   I have been seriously thinking about switching or complimenting my protein with raising my own insects.  If you think about it, a small greenhouse filled with the right plants feeding on exceedingly high mineral based soil, could provide such a healthful balanced food source, with all the organs and bonelike structure of the insect eaten.   If anyone know of anyone doing such a thing (besides GCB and his bees) I'd love to know.  I think the trick would be to find  several different species that could propagate reliably  and live harmoniously with each other.     I asked a female friend of mine whether she'd still be my friend if i switched to insects to food...


What did she say, Van?
You need to find the insects high in DHA.........

Maybe you should start an oyster farm..... i am sure one could live on oysters

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Price check on Meat
« on: June 06, 2014, 11:07:25 pm »
Funny.. i must be lucky! I can live way cheaper on a carnivore diet than omnivore  :) That was the reason I switched many years ago, and I have no regrets so far.  :)

I just did a budget one day, because sure if you buy organic salmon and oysters and Roquefort cheese too much it is gonna be expensive! Oysters are 2,30 € / piece, Roquefort is 52,00 € / kg and the salmon 32,00 € / kg

now, I calculated if I do

24 oysters / week
raw pre frozen Pollock (wild caught from North Atlantic) or raw Baltic Herring 500 g to 1 kg / day each day of the week
Mussels a few times / week
Grassfed heart and tongue and fat and liver as much as i want in addition to the above (I get them very cheap from a farm nearby, 1 huge tongue just 10 euro.. the fat cost almost nuthing! Neither does liver. 1 big heart is also only 10 € each)
1 bottle of the best organic raw EVOO I can get (I would not use the whole bottle in one week anyways...)
Organic onions (I eat about 1 every day)
Some organic raw nuts, say 300 g / week

that will make it cost about 150 € / week and that is fine for my budget. I am proud  :)

I can eat the best foods, and a lot of it! And still so cheap   :)  :)  :)

I do not buy salads, I eat wild greens and flowers they are for free BTW  ;)
soon will berry season start and then I will gorge on wild berries too... for free  :)

and I have planted lots of cucumbers in the garden! Peas too... and dill... and carrots.. they are practically for free too  :)
I just need to wait until they are ripe and ready. I love seasonal eating - it is so crazy exciting  :)  :)  :)

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