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General Discussion / What to do against Gout Attack?
« on: July 17, 2013, 07:10:23 pm »
Beef and Fish 2 or 3 time gave me small gout pain.

But this time it seems serious attack.

How to deal with it.

Note: My whole family has serious gout problems.

The second letter is "O", not "A". Worm, not warm.

Thank you.
I got it now. And it is:

.... If I got any stomachy issues after I just eat some wormwood or take a strong cup of wormwood tea and all issues disappeared. ....

Dear Inger,

What is warmwood?
I tried to search at wikipedia and a lot of things appeared as warmwood.

Would it be possible for you to give exactly which warmwood you are talking about. Thanks.

A lot of thanks to both of you.
I have got the packet and just finished it unpacking as per instructions above. Some packets I immediately freezed (1 pound packets). Remaining I opened and kept in the fridge. At beginning, there was little bad smell, but vanished when I aired it for couple of minutes.

Thanks once again.

I ordered the meat and they send it yesterday in small plastic bags without pre-freezing (but with ice bags). Plastic bags are sealed, but not vacuum sealed.

But due to some reasons, DHL is unable to deliver it the today and telling me that I will get it tomorrow.

In total = 40+ hours.

I hope meat will be ok till tomorrow, but still I want to know for how many days meat in plastic bags stay good (i.e. botulism danger)

Hot Topics / Re: How do you make "Raw" Pemmican?
« on: June 20, 2013, 06:10:10 pm »
I'm going to make some 'cold' pemmican with cold ground suet and jerky powder mixed in. I'll keep this in the freezer and see how I feel after eating it.

Cold Pemmican:

It is 2 years old thread, but I am still very much interested to know about the results of this Cold Pemmican (i.e. cold ground suet and jerky powder mixed in).

I have found 2 more qualities of meat:

1. Calf Meat and very young lamb meat, who have got only the Milk (i.e. No grass and No grain)?

2. And then there is another variety of "Young Cow" (8 months to 1 year) which has got the grains at end.  Is it still better than normal Beef.

Thanks aLptHW4k4y....

And Thanks Eve.... Your hard stance forced me to abandon to simple path of going grain fed ... and I took off and now for the last 2 days (morning till evening) I am visiting the local farmers.

Unfortunately, I got 0% success with the local farmers. In one way or another, they are feeding the cattle with grains and no hope that they will give up their practices.

But I got the partial success on the Internet again (farmers in 100 km range).  A producer said he has "Cameroon" sheep which eat only grass.  But again the problem is this  that he does not slaughter regularly, and he has only few sheep.

Another producer said that he has galloways and Angus Cows, which eat only grass too. But he wants to sell minimum of 40 kg which is impossible for me.

But I am still hopeful I will find a way.

Thanks a lot for keep insisting on grass fed meat.


Is sea food also healing like the Red Meat?

I have found another butcher. He feeds the sheep with grains for 8-10 weeks in the winter. But after that it is already 5 months that sheep are only grazing the grass.

So, how long will it take till the damage is repaired from the grains?

Thank you Eve and Jessica.

My butcher does not slaughter regularly. And sometimes he absolutely does not slaughter. It means sometimes there is a gap of couple of weeks till I get the muscle meat.

I am unable to find any good source of eggs.

And sea food does not satisfy me if I have to eat it for 2-3 days.

I have not tried the milk. Reason is this that I get only grain fed cow's raw milk.

Therefore, during this period .... I am either eating cooked bad bad food.

In order to stop it, I was wondering if I should mix the  grass fed  fats with grain fed muscle meat and eat it instead of cooked food?

Has any one here mixed the sea food with grass fed fats (suet)?

Please answer it for emergency times.

- How is the quality of Proteins in the grain fed meats? Is it equally bad as the grain fed fats?

Raw fats (suet) are almost always available there. But sometimes there is a shortage of 100% grass fed meats.

So, how do you consider mixing the 100% grass fed fats with grain fed lean meat?

Off Topic / Are they related to human race too?
« on: April 24, 2013, 01:21:28 pm »
It is written that they found it somewhere in an Arab Country. Remaining are Religious claims that they belonged to a nation of "Aad" and Allah sent it's wrath upon them and they died.

I found it on wikipedia:  The Nation of A'ad:

My question is, if this could be a real?

Hot Topics / Re: camels can cure anything?
« on: January 13, 2013, 08:30:28 pm »
In Pakistan, also it is famous that "Arabian Horses" are very good and strong. I think, the reason is the same that Arabian horses are also not getting any grains, but only the desert grass.

General Discussion / Re: Can we do without vegetables/greens?
« on: January 07, 2013, 05:52:56 pm »

New domain for me  i.e. seaweeds. Please little more guidance:

1) Van & eveheart .... do you eat only ONE kind of seaweed (i.e. Alaria, which you mentioned). But in Germany, I think we don't have Alaria

2) Is Spirulina also acceptable as seaweed?

3) Inger:  you must be knowing the types of seaweeds available in Germany, and from which health store they could be bought.
At moment, I have found only some seaweeds in Asian stores. But I don't know about their quality. I would prefer to buy them from health stores, where one is sure for the quality.

Also, is there possible to buy fresh seaweeds in any health store?

Do you feel difference in health benefits when you eat dried seaweeds and when you eat the fresh seaweed?

In one Asian shop, I also found frozen non dried seaweeds.

So, I am now  -\   i.e. confused and undecided.

General Discussion / Re: Can we do without vegetables/greens?
« on: January 05, 2013, 06:05:53 pm »
Inger, don't we need saturated fats?

I think that it's only possible to live exclusively on food from the sea if we include sea mammals and other creatures who can supply us with more saturated fats. Some German scientists tried a mackerel zc diet. The results have been devastating after some weeks/months. Too many PUFAs, even from raw animal sources can be very problematic. Let me see if I can find these papers...

Here is the complete related part of the article of Jack.

FATS: (in order of Optimal)

1. Spring and summer: Coconut oil, ghee, palm oil, duck fat, beef tallow,  bacon fat, duck fat, pastured butter if there are no medical issue precluding its use, olive or avocado oils for salads, macadamia nut oils for mayonaise, raw cream if there are no contraindications* When you eat seafood try to use MUFA’s as the added fat.

2. Fall and Winter: ghee, pastured butter, duck fat, beef tallow, bacon fat, non hydrogenated lard,  raw cream*  Stick to animal fats in colder months. When you eat seafood try to use MUFA’s as the added fat.*

3. When you eat non seafood protein this is when you should add  your saturated fats to your diet to the greatest degree!! Grass fed red meat and offal come packed with saturated fats by nature and fish do not, by design as well as I laid out in the webinar.  When I eat non seafood protein and saturated fats, I tend to also add sea vegetables to the meal. 

General Discussion / Re: Can we do without vegetables/greens?
« on: January 05, 2013, 05:46:20 am »
Inger, don't we need saturated fats?

I think that it's only possible to live exclusively on food from the sea if we include sea mammals and other creatures who can supply us with more saturated fats. Some German scientists tried a mackerel zc diet. The results have been devastating after some weeks/months. Too many PUFAs, even from raw animal sources can be very problematic. Let me see if I can find these papers...

I was reading Jack Kruse.

He advised to take extra MUFA's as added fat if one is taking Seafood.

Your thoughts please. 

Hot Topics / Re: Blue Hill Bay Pickled Herring
« on: January 04, 2013, 03:58:01 am »
I ate, I agree it was the best thing I ate....

Inger,  could you please tell me how long could we preserve it in apple cider vinegar?

Hot Topics / Re: Blue Hill Bay Pickled Herring
« on: January 03, 2013, 05:49:17 am »
I just made them like Inger, marinated overnight in apple cider vinegar and a bit of honey and salt. Served with some egg yolk and a bit of honey on top. Best thing ever, I ate almost half a kg of herring today :D It's nothing like the pickled ones you can buy, which have a like a 100x stronger vinegary taste and are barely edible (for me).

I have just got frozen Herring (butterfly) fillet for 4.59 Euro per 800 gm packing from Kaufland (germany).

Previously, I often ate the Bismarck Herring, but never liked the vinegar taste.

Now I think, tomorrow I will be really thankful to you and Inger after eating my self marinated Herring fillet.

General Discussion / Re: Can we do without vegetables/greens?
« on: January 03, 2013, 05:03:19 am »
Inger, don't we need saturated fats?

I think that it's only possible to live exclusively on food from the sea if we include sea mammals and other creatures who can supply us with more saturated fats. Some German scientists tried a mackerel zc diet. The results have been devastating after some weeks/months. Too many PUFAs, even from raw animal sources can be very problematic. Let me see if I can find these papers...

Have you heard of the super fatty candlefish? It's supposed to have a perfect fatty acid balance, much better than salmon or mackerel. Unfortunately, it's not available in Europe, as far as I know.


Unfinished Task:

1)  It seems you have not found this book. It would have been interesting to have it, as Jack kruse epi poleo diet seems to be related to it. While I followed Inger, and she followed Jack, therefore it seems to be important to me.

2) Please also make it clear if those doctors used cooked mackerel or the raw one.

Thanks & Regards

General Discussion / Re: Ketogenic diets and cancer
« on: July 19, 2012, 05:23:12 am »
Hi Dorothy,

1) I got very busy day, but still managed to get hands to peppermint tea and ordered the Milk Thistle tincture.

2) Still the lady at Medical Store (in Germany where I live) was unable to understand what I mean from Eating Grade H2O2.

3) She was also not able to suggest any German Version of vitalzymes or 10zymes.  She asked me to come when her Boss is there  :(.

4) Day before yesterday (before your last mail), I was searching overall for the RAW milk and then I had to drive 24 km away to get the Raw Milk.

I would personally avoid Budwig Protocol,  but still I am very much interested in Budwig Protocal for my Family (SAD eaters). They tasted the Raw milk for the first time in their lives and that tasted them good.

Therefore, if you don't mind, then I want to request you to please explain the method of making quark from raw milk. In Germany, my family is using a lot of quark & cheese (but pasteurized ones).  Therefore, it worths to try with raw quark and hopefully with raw cheese too (although there is one Chain Store "ALDI" where I am able to get the CHEESE from raw milk. Normally I never eat cheese while it causes me health problems, but I noticed I got no health problems when I last time ate the Cheese from raw milk.

The raw milk that I got, it was not from pastured cows. Unfortunately, the cows eat corn too (very difficult to get pastured one here in Germany). I don't know about the quality, but still the milk is really tasty and has about 4% + fats. Actually I did tasted the raw milk before. It is known as "Vorzugsmilch" in Germany and officially allowed to be sold in the market. Unfortunately, this "Vorzugsmilch" is also not from 100% pastured cows.

Another problem is this that the Milk was refrigerated to 4 degree Celsius (i.e. not absolutely fresh raw milk). The lady at farm house told me that it is difficult to make quark from that refrigerated milk.

General Discussion / Re: Ketogenic diets and cancer
« on: July 17, 2012, 08:23:44 pm »

Got to tell you first that cheese is not part of the Budwig protocol. I can teach you all about it though. You need raw milk and cultured buttermilk and I can tell you how to make quark which is what Budwig used.

But it sounds more like you just have a liver that is not doing so well. This is a big subject. The first thing to do is first take out all the toxic things from your diet and home - but being here you already know this. Then, I would try some gentle cleansers and builders. Milk thistle is the first that I would try for the liver and peppermint for the gall bladder. If your bile is globbed up then you won't be able to release toxins as easily. I would also try some deep breathing and skin brushing as alternate methods of helping toxins release from the body to give your liver a bit of a break. These are just my ideas and the ways that I've helped my liver in the past. I always try the simplest and least invasive things first. I haven't tried Al's h202 therapy yet, but I wonder about it. Also, Al's incline bed therapy - just a tiny bit - an inch or two - which will keep your kidneys working all night to take the load off of the liver. Carrots and beets are GREAT cleansers and builders for the liver but you have to go REALLY slow incorporating them in your diet when you have liver issues. They can make you dump from your liver too fast if you try to do too much too soon. Just me thinking out loud with general ideas for you to contemplate. Hope some of them are of interest and/or useful.

PS - Thank you so much for the beautiful roses.   :-*

Thanks Dorothy,  I was waiting for your reply.

1) Quark from Raw Milk
I do not do good with Milk normally. That is why I have not used milk products for a long long time. Also I have not read about kefir or quark and raw milk. It seems I have to do a lot of reading under your guidance.

I read the Budwig Protocol, and I got this impression that none of them was talking about Raw Milk Quark.

I am really thankful to you for correcting this mistake for me.

2) Milk Thistle and Pepperment:

I can eat both of them in raw state.
But big problem is this that I am living in the center of the city and I have absolutely no chance to get wild Milk Thistle or Pepperment.
Is it ok to use them in any other state?

3) Deep Breathing & Skin Brushing

Please guide me to useful Links. I am interested in reading.

4) H2O2
Read the thread. Bookmarked it.
Went to the Medical Store, but was unable to get the Eating Grade H2O2.
Will try tomorrow.

5) incline bed therapy

It is easy to do and I will do it.

Some times small things make big changes in your life. Let us hope for the good.

General Discussion / Re: Ketogenic diets and cancer
« on: July 15, 2012, 02:00:41 pm »
As far as I can tell Budwig (who you are referring to right?) was not advocating a ketogenic diet. Her diet is based upon building up the system through nutrition rather than directly starving out the cancer cells. The basis of her system is to feed the CELLS fat directly through mixing it with sulfured dairy. No other dairy or animal foods are allowed. A ketogenic diet on the other hand starves out the cancer cells because the cancer cells need lots of sugar to ferment (which they are very bad at doing using only 10% of it).

Remember, that so many alternative cancer treatments work because there are many different avenues. You can cleanse and build up the body (immune system, organs etc.) with nutrition, you can starve the cancer cells, you can attack the cancer cells directly or you can make the environment inhospitable to cancer cells by making it too high in oxygen or too low in acid or too high of a temperature. They all work and work really well - better than what you will get from any regular MD with only a 3% cure rate. Many can also be used together. The ketogenic diet however cannot be used with the Budwig diet as they come at the problem using diet from two different directions. You could however add just the sulphured dairy and flaxseed oil from Budwig into the ketogenic diet if you like. Not a bad idea at all.

Also - this is REALLY IMPORTANT - just because a diet is good at healing cancer does not necessarily make it a good long-term diet after the cancer is gone - just because a certain therapies works at getting rid of cancer doesn't mean you should do it forever and certainly not necessarily to prevent cancer. People get so confused about this. "Well, this cures cancer so I should eat it/take it to prevent cancer and keep on doing it forever" - kind of thinking makes zero sense. When you have cancer you have a very particular priority that outweighs all others until it is handled.

Raw paleo in general is a way to prevent most cancer and to cleanse, heal and nourish and build the body long-term. You can add other therapies to it as well - but raw paleo is a good foundation for a lot of therapies but not all. There are many diets that can be the foundation to cure cancer, but raw paleo is the foundation to build a really strong body and central nervous system in general. If I had cancer I might not choose to stay raw paleo for a short time. I might choose to do something radical like the oregon grape cleanse where you eat nothing for at least 12 hours and then eat only dark grapes. At that point the cancer cells are really starving and want sugar so devour the grapes along with the reservatrol and other elements that are in the grapes that kill cancer cells. Just because I might choose to do that for awhile doesn't mean that I would think it's a good idea to eat only grapes the rest of my life.

Just for the record, I would not personally choose ketogenics as my number one choice for curing cancer because of the stress on the organs it can create even if just temporarily. There are too many great alternatives, but I really don't do well at all without carbs so maybe I'm biased.

Thanks dear for explaining it so well to me.

I have got one big problem. I am not able to do well with fats (especially raw animal fats). As soon as I eat fats, my breath starts smelling badly (something to do with bad liver???? Please suggest what could be wrong).

I am even unable to do good with Coconut oil or butter and same problem occurs.

All in all, I am doing raw paleo without fats which is not bringing proper health effects and pure protein diet is not so much satisfying for me.

You suggested Budwig Protocol. I read it and it seems to be ray of hope to me. Your 2nd suggestion of raw paleo + sulphured dairy + flaxseed oil .... this is my next aim.  (.... One more question, can one eat these 3 things mixed together i.e. raw meat mixed with cheese+oil or is this is bad combination?).

General Discussion / Re: Ketogenic diets and cancer
« on: July 15, 2012, 02:06:11 am »
The one problem with ketogenics for people with cancer could be their pancreas/liver function which is always impaired in cancer patients that might not be addressed. One of the reasons that the Budwig protocol is so amazingly effective is because it uses sulfur to make fats water soluble so they can by-pass the liver and be directly brought and absorbed into the cells. Raw ketogenic would have a better chance of not possibly overloading the fat processing systems of the body that are already debilitated.

That's why fasting on certain foods without fats for a period is so effective as well. You get the starvation of the cancer cells you get with ketogenics without stressing the liver.

Dear Dorothy, now I am confused (but only a little).

In her protocol, she suggests against using any kind of animal protein or fat.

I would appreciate if you shed some light upon this.

General Discussion / Re: Success
« on: April 03, 2012, 04:33:42 pm »
I'm impressed. All I've usually managed is to persuade a very few of my acquaintances to eat grassfed etc. cooked-palaeo plus some sushi/sashimi.

Ok, if it encourages you ....

I read about raw paleo, but never thought of beginning it.

But it were the answers of "rawpaleoguy" which completely convinced me and I started it and got introduction to this forum too.

Is it possible that your "writing power" is much more convincing & powerful one than your "talking power"?

General Discussion / Re: Kangaroo Meat: How does it taste?
« on: April 03, 2012, 04:11:24 pm »
Kangaroo is the best meat I ever ate (not frozen, of course)!

I often eat new Zealand lamb, but also unfrozen. Its very good when aged in the fridge for some weeks. I just had some tonight but as it was fresh I didn't like the muscle, so I ate the fat and marrow. 

Thanks a lot about Kangaroo Meat. It was encouraging to read it.
I will try the Newzealand's meat once again. Unfortunately, I don't have the opportunity to get the fresh one.

I also have the problems with animal fat. My digestive system is in very bad position. Although paleo is helping me a lot, but still my breath becomes very unpleasant whenever I eat the animal fat.

Coconut fat or olive oil are not satisfying  me. Animal fat was really satisfying, but I have to abandon it due to the breath problem.  Since it is the beginning of my paleo journey, therefore it is a big shock for me.

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