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General Discussion / Re: Raw Eggs
« on: May 17, 2013, 03:20:48 pm »
I suppose we shouldn't eat the flesh of another animals, as it is not of our species.  ;D
That's what I thought to. Noble savages indeed! we should all be instinctive cannibals. ;D ;D ;D

No worries friend I'll only eat you when my instincts tell me to :D

Hot Topics / Re: Mmmmk, this should be fun
« on: May 17, 2013, 03:39:17 am »
Interestingly that sounds like the exact opposite of the instincto theory. There one would want the impulse to be leading.

General Discussion / Re: Milk
« on: May 16, 2013, 10:24:12 pm »
I just don't see why this discussion keeps on coming up. To me raw paleo simply means
A. Raw; Unadulterated pure food. Not processed in any way.
B. Paleo. Food that was around in paleo times.

Milk most definitely was around in paleo times! Maybe we did and maybe we didn't eat it, some did some didn't. But is was there. As a result some can and some cannot tolerate it. Same with other foods. Some can tolerate honey some can't etc.

If raw paleo milk (raw and from a animal on a natural diet) suits you, fine use it. If not don't. Simple..?
The notion that our instincts work for raw meat but not raw dairy is IMO absurd. Our instincts simple evaluate input from our senses, they react to chemical substances. Sure cooking chemically alters those compounds thus there the instincts are thrown of. If raw, milk is no different than meat, suet, liver etc just different combinations of the same natural compounds. Why would our instincts be able to evaluate our mothers milk but not that of a cow? After all they can evaluate the flesh of the cow as well.

Anyways have fun debating this... You know you love it ;)

Hot Topics / Re: Mmmmk, this should be fun
« on: May 16, 2013, 06:19:12 pm »
How did it go?

very interesting!
I adhere to strict food combining rules myself. a meal is either veg kingdom or animal. never together. works for me.

Exercise / Bodybuilding / Re: young powerlifter
« on: May 16, 2013, 05:11:54 pm »
I think if you ate exactly what he ate and trained exactly as he did, you could achieve similar results.

Genetics may play some role but getting to wheres at without chemicals requires lots of hard work and lots of protein.
No way!
This kid was stronger without training than most people will ever be with training. Off course it took a lot of hard work on his part too. But even elite atletes rarely improve their initial strenght more than 300%.  My guess is this guy isn't there yet he can probably improve a bit more but lets asume the 700 is his absolute max: 700/3= 230lbs Contrary to popular believe thats a weight most avarage people strugle to press even with years of dedicated training. Most avarage people spent a few months in the gym dont like their results and quit. Its the gifted ones that see good progress that stay so most people have a distorted view of realistic results.

No one will deny that training, rest, and nutrition are all paramount in achieving your personal best. The actual level of your personal best is genetics.

Exercise / Bodybuilding / Re: Upper Body Exercises
« on: May 16, 2013, 04:49:48 pm »
Agreed on the bench press exercises. If you want to build your upper body, should stick with upper body compound lifts, such as bench press, military press, rowing movements, etc. These are great since just doing a couple of exercises, you are able to hit numerous muscle groups, so won't have to do a bunch of smaller, more isolated movements which can be more time consuming and even draining. Hope that helps and gives you something to consider :).
Press, row, bench press all agreed off course! Just dont forget Deadlifts, Chins and dips. Don't focus on bench pressing to much unless you're in some kind of powerlifting competition. Regular presses are far superior.

Primal Diet / Re: Primal Diet Interview appearing
« on: May 16, 2013, 03:33:31 pm »
Thanks for this.
The show is easily found on youtube.
The Numbers Game S01E01 When Will You Die

Off Topic / Re: Autodidacticism
« on: February 05, 2013, 05:31:34 am »
@FlyingDutch women
I tried to reply to you message but you inbox is full
Thought you might want to know ;)

Exercise / Bodybuilding / Re: Insanity on Raw Paleo?
« on: January 29, 2013, 10:56:59 pm »
Yeah that's what I thought
Apparently its one of those tell-sell exercise fraud things

General Discussion / Re: Organs in fermenting milk
« on: July 10, 2012, 03:24:47 pm »
yeah troll you're right!

my experiment lasted shortly :(

Hot Topics / Re: I love salt
« on: July 05, 2012, 07:08:59 pm »
Try eating salt by itself. See how much you really like it... If you (for example) hate kiwi but love it when mixed with other stuff, in a minute concentration, can you really say you like kiwi?

I hate salt. It burns and destroys mucus membranes

Health / Re: IBS: Try Olive Oil Enemas
« on: July 02, 2012, 04:12:35 pm »
GS: olive oil in NOT heavier than water!

Actually - cancer is a great way to lose weight. The cancer cells steal all the nutrition, you go into cachexia where you can't absorb nutrition and you whittle away to nothingness.

Or - you could do heroine. That works too. 

Exercise / Bodybuilding / Re: best muscle gaining program?
« on: June 28, 2012, 07:18:24 pm »
Hit_IT_RAW, yea i have some bone marrow around but i don't eat it much it seems like.  I still sear my red meats and it doesn't seem that the raw marrow exactly goes with it.  I have an amazing mix though from a lady around here that is liver/heart/tongue/ground beef.  Pretty fatty.  What else would you use marrow with?

no special use just eat it. Its great for recovery. in some primitive cultures babys that cannot be breast fed receive marrow instead.

Exercise / Bodybuilding / Re: best muscle gaining program?
« on: June 28, 2012, 07:16:23 pm »
I am not sure about the difference between being on raw vs cooked food and training, but as a trainer, I would suggest "nervous system exhaustion" is a non-concept.
The difference is huge I know from personal experience! Nervous exhaustion is a very real thing.
The body will get weaker before it gets stronger, and you have to work through that.
Not necessarily true. exercise damage the body so yes that is weakening to a very limited amount. However the first thing the body does is recover. only after full recovery are strength gains possible. If you have an exhausted nervous system, rest, sleep, and good nutrition are the first requirements. Only when recovered to a reasonable degree should exercise be resumed. And at a very infrequent rate, allowing plenty of rest.
Strength gains are the quickest gains a beginner will develop, and high frequency is integral to learning motor patterns and developing strength.
Yes those are the fastest gains because neurological efficiency improves. this is only possible with fully functional, fully recovered nervous system. Frequency is linked to intensity, is one is high the other must be low. And it happens to be true that it takes high intensity, and thus low frequency, to develop strength. Try doing both and you will overtax your recover ability/nervous system.
If you are exhausted, even then you should be able to train. The best way to train through this period is to do concentric-only training. I remember for a period I trained maximally, the same movements, 5-7 days a week like an olympic weightlifter would. The several times my numbers started dropping I would simply do concentric-only training for a few days before switching back and this worked for me, and I came out much much stronger.

Obviously I don't expect anyone to train 7 days a week like me, but everyone should be doing low volume training as often as they can unless they have a specific goal such as sports or bodybuilding.
Concentric only training is always a mistake regardless of circumstance. The eccentric part of the movement is safer(no jerking possible thus no impact forces) and more productive in any type of recovery/rehabilitation. This has been proved numerous times. It should however be noted that eccentric training is harder/intenser so if you don't reduce frequency you will overtrain again.

Training 7 days a week is never more productive than training less frequent and harder. No rest days are a good way to, over time, totally exhaust the body's resources.

yeah i would love to run a bootcamp style institute/farm for fatties were you are supposed to work the land, eat natural and raw and exercise very hard with one on one guidance. And when I say guidance I mean me being in your face making you work so hard you drop, and than some. I bet the result would be pretty amazing ;)

Would be especially interesting to see how the usuale pattern of; Ignore, ridicule, attack, copy, steal would play out in this particular case. I suppose the ridicule/attack fase would be very long if not indefinite.

Exercise / Bodybuilding / Re: best muscle gaining program?
« on: June 28, 2012, 02:59:39 pm »
I like to keep it simple. Just eat raw and lift heavy! You'll see results fast.
yes obviously but he just said he cant lift heavy. nervous system ehaustion is not a joke.

@joe Have you tried eating marrow?

ah well you'll get cancer but you'll loose 5% bodyweight, good deal isn't it?
bloody insanity

Exercise / Bodybuilding / Re: best muscle gaining program?
« on: June 28, 2012, 12:02:17 am »
Lots of organ, lots of fat

It is extremely sad that these kind of things happen. I don't blame the docter though. Every parent has the responsibility to use some common sense when dealing with any kind of issue their kids have, diet is no exception.

the guy says
eat no more than 2lbs of food a day...
2lbs = 900 grams
800 grams lean meat = 1600 cals
100 grams butter       = 800 cals
Grand total                  = 2400 cals
I could do his diet  ;D :o

General Discussion / Re: Organs in fermenting milk
« on: June 27, 2012, 02:56:10 pm »
in case you're interested I used to ferment blended veggied with water kefir grains. Works very well, very quick too.

General Discussion / Re: Organs in fermenting milk
« on: June 27, 2012, 02:54:47 pm »
sorry whats evoo?

General Discussion / Re: Organs in fermenting milk
« on: June 27, 2012, 02:46:39 pm »
Filmjölk - Lactococcus lactis and Leuconostoc mesenteroides

Both of these have the ability to ferment vegetables as well as milk! That is amazing... That means you could blend vegetables like spinach, chia, broccoli, berries and wild herbs, into your milk before you ferment it, and you would have a vegetable-dairy glob that would be intensely nutritious!?

I am thinking of having two big meals, one big meal of vege-organ-yogurt, and one large lot of fatty meat. Lets hope I somewhat like the taste...

Does fermenting veg with lacto strains produce alcohol, or does it ONLY produce lacid acid?

Also my room temperature in winter is about 59F which is too low, can you breed over generations, bacteria that is active at lower temperatures like this? Do generations change with seasons? For example 59F in winter will go to 95F in summer, will I have to regulate that, or will the strain adapt?
Yes it does produce alcohol. all fermentations do. just allow it to breath(no airtight lid) and most of it wil evaporate. If you make it airtight both fermentation waste produces (CO2, alcohol) will accumulate and pressure wil build, alcohol levels rise. If there is enough food (sugars) the fermentation can keep going to ~13% alcohol. At that point the alcohol concentration becomes toxic to the bacteria. So if you find an alcoholic beverage with more than 13% at least some destillation has been used.

60F is plenty warm enough for lactofermemtation. It just goes slower. My kefir even continues in the fridge at 5 degrees C(40F) the end result is the same it just takes longer to get there. The lower the temp the less the risk of other non desired microbic activity.

General Discussion / Re: Organs in fermenting milk
« on: June 27, 2012, 02:30:50 pm »
Nice one, thanx for posting! I'll try this.
I make kefir everyday. I will blend in some liver in the milk. It will be a seperate bach though not ready to risk my entire kefir culture on it .

Let you guys know how it turns out. I have in the past marinated raw muscle meat in kefir to increase its digestability that worked fine though the flavor was less than impressive.

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