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General Discussion / Re: Fish
« on: August 08, 2015, 07:57:38 pm »
I eat raw seafood at least 2 times / day.
Oysters a lot... just picked 166 oysters at the beach where I work too :)

I have read a little radiation through seafood will work hormetic............ how cool is that :)

As I was on the cruise in the Mexican gulf and talked to neurosurgeon Jack Kruse (man was it a nice trip... unforgettable. That guy ROCKS!! He is crazy.... and special... and have a HUGE heart... so beautiful)... he told me he thinks the raw fish heads I have as a smoothie might be even better than oysters........yay :)

Off Topic / Re: Worrying trend
« on: August 08, 2015, 07:52:45 pm »
I have been eating raw lambs testicles lately.... quite a few... and they makes me feel awesome :) :) :)
very cool :)
I just make a smoothie and drink down. Way easier than fish head smoothies... of course I have them too once in a while :)

My boss (a star chef) gives me as many as I want for free :)...

Nude tanning and lambs balls.... oh man the hormones are
the only downside is, I have to run away from men

Hot Topics / Re: Parasites really are severely underestimated.
« on: June 06, 2015, 04:25:31 pm »
Seafood has enough selenium to bind the mercury and it want hurt you..... if you avoid the worst sources like tuna and sword fish

I wonder why I feel so awesome even if I have eaten loads of parasites for the last years. I guess because I do lots of things to keep the environment as good as possible :)
If anything changes and I get any issues I will report for sure!

Journals / Re: A day in the life of TylerDurden
« on: June 06, 2015, 04:21:58 pm »
I have had that too Tyler... sore teeth from chewing Your teeth will get used to it eventually ;)
Or you can grind it and make pemmican.... use raw coconut oil or butter for fat.

That said... I do believe it is healthier to eat your meat fresh or rotten ;)
But jerky is great emergency food, and it tastes awesome for sure! Like candy lol

Journals / Re: A day in the life of TylerDurden
« on: June 05, 2015, 12:34:29 am »
Jerky dipped in raw grass fed butter is heavenly :)
I just thought about making be some raw dried heart to take with me on the trip to the USA.... I guess that is allowed!

Journals / Re: Inger's healing journey
« on: June 05, 2015, 12:32:43 am »
I wish I will get my hands on some squid....... I doubt it tho..... but oysters I will get I am pretty sure! Should be cheap in NOLA... and they have happy hours :)

Off Topic / Re: Jerky question
« on: June 05, 2015, 12:30:39 am »
I would eat organs over meat anytime. Way more nutritious. You get more for your bucks :)
I do have some grass fed meat here and there tho just because I enjoy it but for health I do the organs
My staple food is mackerel and oysters and salmon... and anything from the sea.... wins every time :)

Journals / Re: A day in the life of TylerDurden
« on: June 02, 2015, 11:38:43 pm »
You can do raw ice cream without cream if you cant get raw cream, with only egg yolks whipped up with raw honey + berries or chocolate or what taste you prefer.. it is nice too :)

Journals / Re: A day in the life of TylerDurden
« on: June 02, 2015, 11:37:33 pm »
I have done beef jerky and raw ice cream... they are nice :) but I have not had them for long as I am on a seafood trip and it is one awesome trip! But for enjoyment raw ice cream and jerky are great, like candy for sure :)
maggot meat I have not tried and probably want.... hehe..

I just had a load of high lamb hears for dinner..... man was it good....mmmm seriously delicious! A real Roquefort taste!

I do well with organic wine if I do not drink too much, and have it before 5 PM... otherwise it might disturb my sleep.... I do not drink any other alcoholic beverages at all. If I am really sinful I can do some Port wine... I love the taste even if it is sweet but a great brand is often less sweet but it is a real cheat for sure!

Journals / Re: Inger's healing journey
« on: June 02, 2015, 04:03:28 am »
do you eat the ENTIRE fish(skin, insides, head, tail etc.)?
how do you eat the head?

i just got mackerel and sardines.. I dont know how to eat them.. i was thinking to just cut them in small pieces and blend them...
How do you eat the fish Inger? Give me please some recipes...

I buy them whole, filet them and make me a nice dish from the fillets, and the heads I blend with water into smoothie and drink.... with roe and fishmilk if there are any... (I freeze some of the heads in portions as they will soon get bad otherwise.. and then just take them up and thaw and make me fishhead smoothies when I need a boost - the more oysters I have the less I need the fishheads cause the smoothie is a little
The fillets I cut up into pieces and mix with sliced raw onion, sea salt, ACV.. and let it stay in my fridge in a big bowl and I eat from it maybe 5 days and it is awesome :)
I now at this moment have about 100 oysters in my fridge I feel so rich :) :) :)

Journals / Re: Inger's healing journey
« on: June 02, 2015, 03:59:46 am »
Please post a link to the Kruse Cruise on June 21 that you are joining!

well... there is no link but you need to log in to be a member at website and it costs nothing if you get a bronze membership, and you will get the information per mail :) Cruise goes off from New Orleans Sunday 21 June...... for one week. I am so excited!!!!

Journals / Re: Inger's healing journey
« on: June 02, 2015, 03:56:31 am »
Lovely to hear from you. Makes me sad, though. I used to have access to lots of raw wild mackerel and raw oysters. I can still get them but they are not as good, being sourced from a 1000 miles away.

I would still eat them Tyler.... way better as nothing! I eat a bit old mackerel too often and no issues here.... I need seafood no mater

Hot Topics / Re: Parasites really are severely underestimated.
« on: May 19, 2015, 02:14:35 am »
I think our bodies state is everything.
Not the parasites we ingest.
I never ever want to believe we should be scared of eating raw seafood... meats... raw wild herbs and berries etc etc. No way... then I will rather die cause that is no life to me.
I enjoy so immensely to eat my raw wild foods. Makes me feel so alive... maybe it is the worms?  -d

It is just media who screws up our focus and we focus on the wrong stuff. IMHO.

I should be dead by now. I eat so many parasites all the time. But I am feeling just amazing. How comes that?

Maybe.... maybe we need to be more scared of fake lights... totally unnatural  -[... the non native EMF.... smart phones everywhere.. screwed circadian rhythms.... that we are separating ourselves more and more from nature.... maybe we should be more scared of those things instead?

Journals / Re: A day in the life of TylerDurden
« on: May 19, 2015, 02:08:35 am »
Well, everything sorted.

Incidentally, my former raw dairy allergy seems to have disappeared. From the age of two to 13 years ago, my raw dairy allergy  exacerbated my CFS symptoms severely and pasteurised dairy ruined my health even more. Later on, raw(salted) cheese gave  me constipation. Now I do not seem affected at all by raw dairy, though pasteurised dairy(such as pasteurised cheese) sits heavy in my stomach on the very rare occasions I have tried it, which is an indication. I have subsequently read online something that I foolishly missed before, namely that chronic fatigue syndrome causes new allergies to develop as an indirect result of it. I still contend that there are many people with allergies towards raw dairy in various forms, but, quite possibly, I am not one of those with a genetic incompatibility to raw dairy. That is to say, that, for all I know, I may be still be affected by raw dairy consumption but only in the long-term. As a result,  I have restricted myself to buying the occasional litre of raw milk(guaranteed from  100% grassfed cows unlike in the UK!) and  some occasional raw French cheeses from a local upmarket supermarket of all places.

That is nice Tyler :)

I believe as we heal, we should be able to tolerate many things. Occasionally ;)

I eat raw animal foods with some little raw veggies and herbs thrown in most days 100 %
and I am super healthy! I had a few meatballs my boss (the vet) made for dinner as she offered me them to try and I did... I ate maybe 3 or 4... and they had even bread in and I was a little nervous how will this end, but I felt just fine... haha... isn't that great!
I never eat those on purpose for sure, but it feels good to be able to have them without bad reactions tho :)
I eat super clean every day and still I tolerated them just fine... ok I did not feel amazing from them like I do from my raw seafood and stuff but I got no issues either.

Journals / Re: Inger's healing journey
« on: May 19, 2015, 01:52:48 am »
Oh man.... so long no
Well... doing great! My staple food is still raw wild mackerel from around the corner  ;D and wild oysters I pick myself :)
and nettles from the woods.. and chickweed... everything green is growing here now even if the weather has been pretty cold and rainy and stormy!
I get at least 6 grams of DHA every day I guess - no wonder my mood is great despite stuggles here and there in love affairs and such  O0
well... I understand... I am who drinks fish heads?  And keeps it dark in the evening and goes early to bed... how >D must be a pretty tolerant partner... and I am not willing to give up that  :)

Soooo exited about my trip to the Kruse Cruise 21 June from New Orleans..... only 1 more month...... OMG... I still cannot believe I am going there!
I never was overseas. And I will meet so many amazing people... Do anyone from this forum come too?

Working a lot these days.. doing 2 jobs... working 7 days a week.. but going strong... lots of energy :)

Greetings from the windy and so amazing north Germany  :)  :)  :)

Hot Topics / Re: Eating Algae?
« on: April 08, 2015, 01:16:00 am »
I still believe it is way more beneficial to eat seafood than seaweeds.
I eat both..... but seaweed just a little here and there and seafood... loads of...... it is my staple food

If I eat too much seaweed I get heart palps. I do not have it every day, but mostly weekly / a few days / week.

I always eat seaweed raw.

I love to soak sea spaghetti in water, drink the water, and when the sea spaghetti is very soft after maybe 2 days, I add new water and mix into a smoothie and drink it... plain. I so love that... yummy!
Dulce I add into my raw fish meals... yum yum yum

Hot Topics / Re: Eating Algae?
« on: April 08, 2015, 01:14:52 am »
Sea spaghetti is my favorite seaweed, and dulce is too..... :)
I order from Orkos.. they have amazing seaweed quality..... imo

Welcoming Committee / Re: Hi!.. and some questions??
« on: April 05, 2015, 01:41:20 am »
did not know satan had any ;)

Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Re: Getting into a goats head?
« on: April 05, 2015, 01:40:09 am »
I have used a knife and an ax... cut the skin from the forehead down to the lips/nose and put the knife in the middle and use the ax and knife both to break it open. It will open nicely and you can take out the brain
I do not think there is a way to get out the brain keeping the head whole.....

Health / Re: Sunken/Hollow Eyes
« on: March 01, 2015, 11:08:48 pm »
When are you going to sleep (what time) ?

Where do you live?

How is your work environment?

How do you spend your free time?

Health / Re: I think my wife has candida.
« on: March 01, 2015, 11:04:44 pm »
How is your environment?
Are you living in a  city?

Candida thrives in high non native EMF environments... the same with borrelia
Fake light is a form of nnEMF too.

You need to watch for other factors than only the food.
nnEMF destroys gut flora.

Journals / Re: A day in the life of TylerDurden
« on: March 01, 2015, 10:59:33 pm »
Do you have wifi on at home? Neighbors that have? How is your work environment?

non native EMF can really harm the gut.

My sisters ongoing gut issues did not resolve before she changed her environment.
From high EMF to low EMF.
From that day on she had no more loose stools (and it was worrying... no doctor could help)

Are you living in England right now? In a apartment... or in a city etc?

Health / Re: Vaccination
« on: February 16, 2015, 03:27:02 pm »
I took me lots of time yesterday to read up on measles...... as I got a bit worried if that could be something clever to vaccinate for.

I am fortunate to know a few languages, so when I do research I often read up on different sites in different languages, Finnish, Swedish, German, Norwegian, English..... and every site is somewhat different. It is pretty interesting........ how are different countries handling the issue etc.

Ok... after reading a lot.... I kinda lost my fears. Measles is the most serious one it seems... but still.... the ones who get complications  seems, once again, to be the ones that are immuno suppressed. Statistics also vary wildly......???  some statistic gives a mortality of 1:20 000 when other gives a mortality of 1:2000

People die from pneumonia too.. and many other things. It is when your immunity is weak, then you can die from even get your hand squeezed in the car. I had a class mate that died from that, I will never forget.
It is weird what happens when you make effort to see the whole picture about illness and health.........

I started to think about my parents... they were not vaccinated for measles..... and they both come from big families with each 12 siblings..... they all grew up and thrived.....
I wonder why media always try to scare us so much. It is like we live in a age of fear?
People are even scared to eat berries in the woods and wild herbs because of snail shit on them that can have dangerous viruses and other dangerous parasites spread by foxes and such..... I should be dead by now but I wonder why I am not   l)

Health / Re: Vaccination
« on: February 15, 2015, 03:48:17 am »
I feel like praying for your immortal soul, and I'm an atheist.....

I loathe Chinese medicine, it is highly unnatural and is one of THE main reasons why constant environmental destruction is continuing, just because some  deluded rich Chinese still believe in the sheer, ludicrous absurdity of Chinese medicine, where, supposedly, one gets the strength and vitality of a tiger if one eats the animal parts thereof, and similiar b*llsh*t.  Even Chinese acupuncture has been extensively scientifically debunked by now....

Incidentally, I do not just take mainstream science as fact. I indeed often check it and only partially corroborate it, such as in the case of heat-created toxins from cooked foods. For example, may scientific studies condemn meats, but I have definitely shown that these studies only concern cooked meats, not raw meats, so the data  only apply to cooked meats, and are therefore wrong in damning all meats.

Whats up with Tyler? ;)

My sister went to an TCM doc in Helsinki when she were young and he was the only one who could help her. She was healed in just a few acupuncture sessions..... I am not saying TCM is always the way to go but I do believe they have many great things. Absolutely!

and.. about the animal parts I have to disagree too.

Raw heart is what I crave when I feel my heart needs more power... and it helps.

Raw balls increases my libido pretty noticeable too.......

and raw brain makes me brain work more efficiently.

All my own N=1.

Journals / Re: Inger's healing journey
« on: February 14, 2015, 05:25:41 pm »
Your ex-husband sounds more attractive than this BF. Is there any possibility you and Your ex. go back together?

Well.... I do not think he ever was that attracted to me as a woman.. more than a friend. Our hormones just did not fit that well I guess.....
Seems like men with a lot of hormones get attracted to me and I to them  l)
those are the alpha males......... The ex is kinda a alpha male too but not really big. Maybe if he eats lots of oysters and raw fish he will boost his hormones and turn into He eats raw fish all the time now, pretty cool :)

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