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Off Topic / Re: Being thankful
« on: October 30, 2011, 03:03:45 pm »
I feel the same  :)
 :-*

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Hot Topics / Re: How do you handle cravings?
« on: October 29, 2011, 02:52:40 pm »
I have no cravings no more, really.
I guess the secret is: Wild meat, wild fruit (berries) wild greens, organs. Eat from all food categories. They have all the minerals you need and nutrients, and so you have zero cravings believe me. I just get hungry at times and then eat. I have no desire for food that do me no good.
I also eat a heavy breakfast, one pound of raw meat with coconut oil if not enough fat on it. But yes, fat we need as Cherimoya Kid said. If I eat all wild, and get no fat, I get cravings for fat, really! I tried this.

Inger

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General Discussion / Re: Coffee: A Splendid Paleolithic Brew
« on: October 29, 2011, 02:00:06 pm »
I drink a lot of herbal teas (grown wild or organic) and it makes me feel great, or say, I do not recognize anything negative from them.
Coffee is another story. If I drink coffee, it has to be organic, very limited amount, and I have to sip it very very slowly otherwise I feel really bad somehow. So I think it is not really healthy.
I do manage to drink organic coffee with cardamom and coconutoil at times.. slowly sipping on it for hours... cause it just taste so delicious to me  :P and is a great aprodiziacum.. ;) BUT I can fairly sure tell, it is stressing the body, as herbal tea is not.
I seem to tolerate it well when I use it in minimal doses though. I would never tell anyone to drink coffee if they had not to begin with.
Coffee is clearly a drug to me.

Inger

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Health / Re: Bloodwork results after 3 years of mostly RAF
« on: October 29, 2011, 01:45:53 pm »
Thanks all.

YS, what is your current diet like?
I do eat high meat at times, seldom raw sweet-waterfish and a lot of wild (elk - this is my staplefood) raw and also have eaten organs (brain, heart etc) from my parents sheep's and hens that are not controlled in any way so I like to check out everything is great. I am not concerned cause i feel really great, I like to take bloodwork just to make sure ;). I do have to pay for it myself.

Inger

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Health / Bloodwork results after 3 years of mostly RAF
« on: October 29, 2011, 04:02:33 am »
Here my bloodwork I got today (I do them twice every year since last 1,5 years);

(liver)
S-Afos........43 (35.....105)
S-Alat.........22 (10......45)

(blood lipides)
Cholestrerol all together...298  mg/dl
HDL...........105
LDL............182
Triglycerides...44

(regular bloodwork)
B-Hb...........134 g/l (115....155)
B-Leuk.........5.2 10E9/l (3.3.....8,2)
B-Eryt..........4.3 10E12/ (3.85...5.2)
B-HKR..........38 % (34......46)
E-MCV..........88 fl (82......98)
E-MCH..........31 pg (27......33)
E-MCHC.......355 g/l (320...355)
B-Trom........263 E9/l (145...360)

(specific vitamins)
B12 vit........546 pmol/l (180...700)
S-D25 vit......91 nmol/l (50.....175)
(my doctor told me to have optimal bone-healt one should aim for minimum 80 nmol/l vit D)

I have to say I am really happy!  :) My doc was very pleased too, just not about my cholesterol levels.. But after we talked a moment she realized they was really good too (low triglycerides and high HDL).
 I got to this vit. D level only with sun, just a few vit D pills in the winter on occasion. No other supplements at all, all these 3 years.
I will take vit D supps this winter though, as I want my level to stay at least that high.

Inger

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Journals / Re: eveheart's Journal
« on: October 23, 2011, 03:21:36 pm »

I think I'm falling in love with one of the butchers at the market. Yeah, I know, I'm too old for him. But, he knows everything about meat. "Hi, honey, I'm home, and I brought you an adrenal gland...." <sigh>
If that is not enough to fall in love with a man, I dunno what is.. huh. :-*
I feel with you.  ;)

Inger

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General Discussion / Re: Paleo breakfast ideas?
« on: October 23, 2011, 03:00:58 pm »
All good, no tummy problems at all. :)

I never got foodpoisoning from shellfish or any fish. Just from spinach soup - and from highmeat I forgot to air. -X

Inger

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General Discussion / Re: Paleo breakfast ideas?
« on: October 23, 2011, 02:24:08 am »
TD, have you never got foodpoisoning from dead shellfish?

I just ate another bunch of fresh mussels, had to buy more of them. ;D
I picked out two really big, and thought they are mine.. they was closed and I forgot to test if they open or wait until and then knock to see if alive, I was so greedy. l) I just opened it like Iguana said, and put it into my mouth.. and then as soon as it slipped down my throat I got a strange scratched feeling in there. I wanted it back up cause I was afraid it might have been not OK, but too late of course. It left my mouth with a kinda strange taste too. I decided to try the other biggie, it was closed too. Strangely it tasted the same.. I swallowed and decided to eat no more raw mussels today, it just tasted no good no more.. -X
I ate from the cooked ones after.. eh. They tasted great to me. So strange. I guess one could say it was my body signaling it wanted no more mussels? If they are very cleaning and that could have triggered a too big detox or something.
Now I am curious to see if I get sick. Still nothing but lets see tomorrow.

Inger

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Health / Re: Child Eczema - I need all your HELP !!!
« on: October 22, 2011, 08:54:34 pm »
I wonder if Jessica is into something here.. hm.
When some basic demands are fulfilled our bod should be able to heal itself. It just takes some time.

Sunshine comes through clouds too, quite a large %. So do not let cloudy weather hinder you from benefitting from the sun! Also fresh air does so good for the skin. Being inside houses is not as great for healing.

Inger

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General Discussion / Re: Paleo breakfast ideas?
« on: October 22, 2011, 08:44:31 pm »
I took a pic from my breakfast today. Elkburgers and one large teaspoon of virgin coconut oil.
I broke one in two so you can see inside.



I use the coconut oil for fat because at times I have difficulties to find other sources of good fat. They have only marrow from grainfed cows here, I do not get it down anymore.. -[ I tried, believe me.
I will order grassfed fat from Germany, soon, when it goes colder. I could buy it from here too but it is a long way to travel and I have no car. Hubby has a lot of work so has no time to drive me there right now. I do miss it. I get fatty wildcaught fish regularly though, and that feels great!

Inger


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General Discussion / Re: Paleo breakfast ideas?
« on: October 22, 2011, 08:36:07 pm »
You have to be very careful that the mussels are alive when eaten! They start to get poisonous shortly after they die. Just take care that they are closed, when open, then you just knock on them and if they don't close soon, they are dead. Throw away. Never eat a dead mussel. A mussel alive open and close itself.
I controlled every single mussel before I ate it, and no problem whatsoever. :)

Farmed mussels are very good - as very natural. They do not get fed or anything, farmers just put up some wooden poles or strings or such into the sea to which the mussels attach themselves. Nothing else is done, they are free in  the water, no food or anything added. Very easy and good for the environment!  :)  So do not be afraid of farmed mussels.

I really felt great after eating them so that is for me a sign that they are totally a superfood. ;)

Inger

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General Discussion / Re: Paleo breakfast ideas?
« on: October 22, 2011, 02:24:26 am »
Oh yes, sorry - my mistake. Of course they are mussels. Thank you for the tip on how to open them, Iguana!  :)

KD the berries are aronia-berries, they grow here a lot in parks and such. I think they are planted though.
They taste great, but I can only eat a small handful, then they start to "stick" to my throat.

Inger

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General Discussion / Re: Paleo breakfast ideas?
« on: October 21, 2011, 11:46:27 pm »
Jessica, what is THAT?!  ;) To be honest - my food looks like that sometimes too.. ha.

Today I had clams, first time raw. Delicious! At the right side of my plate some wild greens and berries I found outside.
Might be a bit too time-consuming for breakfast though.. l) Hard to eat those bastards! After a few they started to close themself so hard I barely was able to open them! They do not want to be eaten I think. -X

LOVES

I squeezed a little organic lime on them, but they were as nice without, too!

Inger



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General Discussion / Re: Paleo breakfast ideas?
« on: October 21, 2011, 05:55:46 pm »
I just love the tidy, aesthetic way you organise your foods in those photos, Inger! It makes a raw-meat-based diet seem so wholesome and natural! By contrast, my plates usually resemble the cast-off remains from a slaughterhouse even before I start eating!

Might be, because I am a woman and you are a man. ;)

Inger

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Health / Re: Child Eczema - I need all your HELP !!!
« on: October 21, 2011, 05:51:20 pm »
Raw meat and a lot of raw fat.
Not much vegetable matter, as fiber might irritate the colon further. I would go for only wild herbs.
Fat is great for the colon AFAIK. Raw fat. Dunno, it might be individual though.

I am not so sure your son has diverticulitis as usually it develops over time, elderly people used to have this. -X
It could be only regular constipation, small hard matter (like hard balls) is not so unusual to occur, with a quite healthy colon too. I have this if I have taken edible clay, and if eating very little fat too. It does not concerns me at all.
Psychological stress very often is the cause for constipation. People cannot "let go" and so they literally get constipated.

Inger



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General Discussion / Re: Paleo breakfast ideas?
« on: October 21, 2011, 03:53:24 pm »
My regular breakfast these days are, - short after waking up -
1 pound of elkmeat, ground and made to burgers, dried on low heat over night in the dehydrator.
Because elkmeat has almost no fat (2-3%) I eat them with extra virgin, raw coconutoil on the top. About 1 tablespoon.

So delicious! :) And makes you feel sated for.. many hours. Usually I get a little hungry about 6-8 hours later.

Then, sometimes I eat wild berries for dessert.
 Sometimes plain, sometimes mixed with a little coconutbutter. 

Lambs-heart eaten plain are also very god, gives so great energy! Here are (was my dinner, but wonderful breakfast too) lambs-heart and lambs-liver with fresh dandelions picked from garden.



If you want something really delicious, refreshing and full of nutrients, but easy to eat you could try this:
(I eat it sometimes as dessert in the evening)

4 very well whipped (I use electric mixer) eggyolks
Wild, raw honey about 1 tablespoon
Wild berries, about 1 cup
Mix the honey with the berries, crush them a little. Eat with the eggyolk foam.



Another variable, dried elkmeat pieces, eaten with coconut oil and organic minicucumber. This is great for lunch at school / work, cause easy to carry with you.



Inger




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Off Topic / Re: Jill Taylor's Stroke of Insight
« on: October 21, 2011, 03:12:37 pm »
Thanks guys. Thanks raw al.  :-*

I will read about Dr. Amen. I seriously do not want to harm myself in anyway.

Inger

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Health / Re: Child Eczema - I need all your HELP !!!
« on: October 21, 2011, 03:06:27 pm »
Do not use edible clay (drink) if constipated!
I usually have no problems with constipation, but when drinking clay I always get a little constipated. For one day or so.
Maybe mixing the clay in water, let the clay sink down and just drink the water - not the clay - might be OK.

I feel a little sorry for your guy having to go through all these enemas. I am not sure it is good. Might disturb the gut flora even more, coconut kills bacteria, and wee need bacteria in our guts. Really.  -[
It might psychologically also be not ideal for him? ...like.. everybody is doing strange things to his body.. he has no control..

I would suggest, let him sleep as much as he wants. Always. Sleep heals. Let him be out in the nature a lot. With minimal clothing, naked is best. Get a lot of sun, swim in clean seawater if you have access to. Sunshine kills fungus and bacteria too! So healing. He needs to get it touch with nature. Beautiful nature. Takes stress away. Eat wild edibles, the ones you know are good.
Fatty meat like you thought, I think are great. I would not stress with too many cures etc. -\ It might only add stress to him. Which will not help healing eczema.

Do not forget, our mind is so, so important when it comes to healing. Sun, fresh air, good food, herbs.. he sure will soon be healthy again. :)

Inger

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Off Topic / Re: Jill Taylor's Stroke of Insight
« on: October 20, 2011, 03:42:54 pm »
Thank you all for your suggestions and great information! :-*

If I try them I will make sure to try just a little at first. I have not heard about dark rooms, but I do feel the need for peace a lot in my life, not too much voices / music / entertainment and such. I just love total peace and silence.
I think my senses are quite sensible somehow.

Salvia you cannot buy here, it is not criminal but forbidden to import, it cost a fortune I think if you decide to try importing, and it does not grow here. -[

Nice blue pic Skinny Devil, I can see it. :)

Inger

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General Discussion / Re: Jackfruit and Goat Meat
« on: October 20, 2011, 03:34:16 pm »
I like ripe, fresh Jackfruit. But more I love Cempedac. It is divine. :)
I have gotten it only from Orkos, the Instincto-webshop. Have never seen it elsewhere.
Wild Durian and Cempedac are my favorite fruits really. Wild Durian has almost no fruitflesh on it, but oh.. so amazing. :) I bet Iguana loves them and knows them both too!
Cempedac smells even stronger than Jackfruit, believe me.
I think I have to order some soon.. ;)

OK, I eat mostly carnivore but I will never say no to wild fruits. Ha. They also gives me no digestive troubles.

Goat meat I have eaten only cooked years ago when my parents had goats, but I liked it back then. Bet I would like it raw, much more!  :D

Inger

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Off Topic / Re: Jill Taylor's Stroke of Insight
« on: October 17, 2011, 04:15:37 pm »
Thank you, Zeno, for this awesome video! :-*

That tells something about what I am feeling, just touching though. I just so strongly feel inside of me, that there is something about this.

I wonder if the Magic-Mushrooms, like Psilocybe, also do something similar..? I have no experience yet, but habe collected some and dried, they grow here around. Maybe I will try one day when I feel ready, or not. Dunno. I would rather without as I am no fan of drugs, never tried anything exept of Alcohol, wich I do not use anymore, never used much anyway.
Mushrooms feel natural, though, and you eat them raw. I am just a little scared too, I do not want to hurt myself in any way.
I rather wish it would be possible to "jump into the right hemisphere" just trough exerice (mind). After this video, it seems more possible to me as before.

Inger

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Hot Topics / Re: Daniel Vitalis on cooked meat
« on: October 16, 2011, 03:43:06 am »
Yeah.
Maybe it is like tobacco and such, you get used to it, survive,  but sure feels better without.

I do feel better with raw (I do not really care why, I just feel it), even if I occasionally eat something lightly cooked - I tolerate it quite well if it is just lightly cooked and otherwise "healthy".

I want to feel great, every day  :). Not only okay. Not just survive.
I just feel more alive with raw, believe me!

The dark ages really was horrible. Never come to think of that, what they ate back then. No wonder it was as it was... :'(

Inger

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Journals / Re: Sully's Journal
« on: October 16, 2011, 03:32:08 am »
Sully,
I am "almost" your age, yes. ;) At least I feel that way. :) (my age is under my avatar..eh)

I have Scottish blood too :).
Scottish, Norwegian, Swedish. That is all I know. I do think I am very well adapted to eat huge amouts of meat, as a feel great doing it!

Maybe interbreeding might be good? Might make people healthier? At least it is that way with dogs. They are healthier when mixed AFAIK. I do not know, really.

Inger

PS. You look great yourself!  :)


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Journals / Re: Sully's Journal
« on: October 13, 2011, 06:58:43 pm »
Miles,

...when is is 100% grass fed....

 ;)

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Journals / Re: Sully's Journal
« on: October 13, 2011, 04:58:44 pm »
Sully,
this could be me! Totally!!! I have just the same experiences as you about food. I just got so happy reading this.
I love sour berries / wild fruit too! I crave them, NOT sweet fruit at all! And red, wild meat.. yummmm. :)
I never get tired of my elkmeat.
Wild fruit truly never fails. Wild herbs/greens neather.

Nice. :-*

Inger

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