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Singh shot to fame when, at the age of 93, he completed the 26.2 mile(42km) distance in 6 hours and 54 minutes. This knocked 58 minutes off the previous world best for anyone in the 90-plus age bracket.

Singh is 172 cm (5 ft 8 in) tall and weighs 52 kg (115 lb). He attributes his physical fitness and longevity to abstaining from smoking and alcohol and to following a simple vegetarian diet.
He has been quoted as saying: "I am very careful about different foods.

My diet is simple:
- phulka(unleavened flatbread)
- dal(dried lentils, peas, and beans)
- green vegetables
- yogurt
- milk

I do not touch parathas(layers of fried dough), pakoras(is a fried snack), rice or any other FRIED food.

I take lots of water and tea with ginger.

I go to bed early taking the name of my Rabba (God) as I don’t want all those negative thoughts crossing my mind."

Speaking about the marathon, he said: "The first 20 miles are not difficult. As for last six miles, I run while talking to God."

so basically nothing should be eaten from sea/ocean/rivers?

Off Topic / Re: Fasting delays aging
« on: December 23, 2017, 02:50:14 am »
fasting one day per week is Biblical

General Discussion / Re: Raw cheese in the UK
« on: December 22, 2017, 06:47:26 pm »
While I was staying in England, I found some Roquefort cheese at Aldi and Tesco. Roquefort has to be raw.

it is unsalted?

General Discussion / Re: Raw cheese in the UK
« on: December 21, 2017, 03:24:17 am »
Anybody knows a TRULY raw unsalted AND salted cheese in the UK?

anybody tried raw buffalo liver? i could not find the nutrition info per 100g...

Just found this:

''But what you're implying is that magnesium levels in the body are dependent on insulin levels, since insulin is responsible for getting magnesium into the cells.

If this were the case, all other magnesium deficient issues would never exist unless the person was insulin resistant.

The fact is, water is the transport vehicle for all of the body's nutrients. From the moment you place a morsel of anything between your lips until it is discarded through metabolic waste, it is enveloped in and transported by water.

Thus both magnesium and insulin are transported by water in their own right. And both are drawn into the cells. However, the Magnesium is needed by the cells to allow this water to enter. And since insulin is pulled into the cells by water, it's the dependency on magnesium that is responsible for the insulin getting into the cells, not vice-versa.

In addition, vascular disease is the result of chronic dehydration and osteoporosis is caused by a salt deficiency. Contrary to what is commonly believed, it is salt that give the bones their hardness, not calcium - calcium is too soft. Salt makes up around 23% of the bones - it intertwines with the calcium to give bones their hardness.

When you become salt deficient and the body needs salt for a particular function, it may cannibalize salt from the bones. When this goes on long enough, the lower body can no longer support the weight of the upper body and the upper body starts it familiar stooping posture.

The five main resources the body needs are (in order of importance) oxygen, water, salt, potassium and magnesium. These are the building blocks that maintain proper cell health. Thus, the magnesium levels in the cells cannot be dependent on insulin.

Oxygen is needed to burn calories. Water helps in the metabolism process by producing hydroelectric impulses as it goes into and out of the cells. Salt regulates the water volume outside the cells. Potassium regulates the water volume inside the cells. And magnesium is vital for bringing water into the cells.''

Any thoughts?

Health / Toxins in water neutralization
« on: December 11, 2017, 06:12:11 pm »
How do u neutralize toxins in shower(if u want a long hot shower) and bath water(if you want to soak)?

Are there shower heads which will neutralize toxins?

General Discussion / Re: Colon cleanse
« on: December 03, 2017, 03:39:48 am »
Castor oil, Dr. Tam's Miracle Tea... these colon cleanses have saved my friends and family from SURGERY for appendicitis.

These same colon cleanses have cured people from GERD / Acid Reflux... routinely, expectedly, logically.

These colon cleanses are TOOLS to get things done when you need it.  It is your choice if you want to use it or not.

I cannot expect most of the people I heal to switch to a raw paleo diet.  So this tool gets things done and saves the day.
how much castor oil do u use?

Guys, my body shuts down if I eat cooked meat.
Doesn't matter how organic the meat is, if it's cooked Ill be in pain. I can suffer for days from one serving of cooked meat.
I am very weak in the digestive system, so I basically use my body as a testing ground.
Raw meat can not be matched. It is the holy grail of health.
If you're getting worms and whatnot, find better sources.
I even ate 100% raw meat for a few months, nothing else,
my health only improved. Dramatically.

If parasites are inevitable with raw meat, I will gladly take them on.
But so far I can only report a crazy detox and remarkable results.

how much raw meat were u eating per day? you did not eat anything else, just raw meat?

General Discussion / Re: Coconut oil detox
« on: December 03, 2017, 03:32:08 am »
Some people stop at 1 day.
Some people stop at 2 days.
Make sure you are never alone when you do this.

But sometimes... this is what people need.
When my brother was deathly sick in 2007, he did this 4 times and he says this was one of the biggest contributors to his recovery.

But if you are allergic to VCO, do not do this.

what was your brother's issue in  2007?

General Discussion / Eating on time/Solar eating
« on: November 29, 2017, 06:59:54 pm »
Ever heard about this 5000 year old chinese way of eating?:

Hot Topics / Re: Japan has highest Stomach Cancer rates
« on: September 29, 2017, 10:23:12 pm »
They eat a ton of salt, soy sauce, umeboshi, etc.  I have heard this as a possible cause.  One interesting point is that a large percentage of Japanese smoke, yet they have low lung cancer rates.

the healthiest and oldest japanese(100+ years old) eat 30- 60grams of salt per day... i guess salt is not an issue....

General Discussion / Re: Stomach acid?
« on: September 29, 2017, 10:20:27 pm »
how can low stomach acid be restored to normal levels?

General Discussion / Raw cheese in the UK
« on: September 29, 2017, 10:17:21 pm »
Anybody knows a truly raw cheese in the UK? No problem if its salted...

Health / Cardio-vascular problems
« on: September 08, 2017, 08:13:52 pm »
My heart is acting up since after my national finals(track and field), my family doctor said its all psychological because of the death of my grandma on 24th July... but my heart is beating in a very weak manner... i had my national finals on 22-23rd July, came home, next night she died of heart complications, since her passing away, my heart began acting up with all these symptoms, numbness is arms, radiating pain in neck, head, arms, dizzines, ligth stabbing feeling when picking up something from the floor, light twitches in left cheek, headaches, periodic chest pain and a stabbing feeling, heart beating irregularly and in a weak manner, sometimes when i walk fast i feel my heart is exhausted and feel a light stabbing feeling.. doctor said it will pass because all of this is just a manifestation of the psychological trauma induced by my grandmas death... i dont know what to say about that

i did EKG, holter-EKG/24hour test, effort test, doctors said i have perfect heart...

what do u think about bioresonance testing? is it reliable? this test said i have high blood fats, thick/viscous blood, high: tryptophan, threonine, leucine, valine, histidine, arginine levels, also high arsenic and lead AND low: serine, b13, Q10, low vitamin C, low collagen, low omega 3, low zinc-magnesium-b1-b2-biotin-potassium-iron-vitamin a; poor absorption and elimination (although i have 3- 5 BM per day)

blood test showed high serum calcium 10.24(range is 8.6 - 10, so its over the high range by a bit); ionic calcium: 4.3 (range 3.82- 4.82); serum potassium: 6.03(range is 3.3- 5.1, its high,

also, could this heart condition be connected to thyroid?

i am sleeping with a cayenne pepper(this can revive somebody if heart attack happens) alcoholic extract in my hand, im scared, im afraid to take anything at the moment because of the contradictory test results and recommendations

im reading this book about amino acid therapy written by robert erdmann how vit b6, b12 and serine deficiency can increase homosysteine which hurts arteries, he recomands for heart problems a full spectrum free form amino blend 3 times per day PLUS carnitine, additional methionine, serine, tryptophan, histidine, b3, b6, b12, vit C, vit E, b5, b9, magnesium and zinc, he also mentions EDTA for heart

 i never had any heart problems... i went from a national level pro athlete to being afraid to walk more than a few miles per day and to be afraid to fall asleep IN A FEW WEEKS(after my grandma's passing away)

im also breathing very rarely, its like my body does not want me to breath in oxygen or wants to reduce metabolism.. but this is only a theory?

General Discussion / Re: To salt or not to salt, that is the question!
« on: August 30, 2017, 12:57:19 pm »
when somebody has hear attack, doctors give salt IV bu tat the same time they tell us salt is bad for health, how do u explain that?

according to my research sodium should be more than potassium in the body for optimal functioning, if you look around  potassium is everywhere(fruits, veggies, milk, grains, legumes, tubers) but sodium can be only found in salt(sea salt or table salt or bicarb soda) isnt it interesting? Only raw eggs have 1:1 ratio of sodium-potassium... so how do you correct this ''imbalance''

sea water was used to cure all kinds of diseases, they even injected in veins in place of blood... how do you explain that?

what about athletes who sweat 3- 5 litres of fluids full of sodium during ONE training, how do they replenish their sodium levels without using salt?

Exercise / Bodybuilding / Fueling your workout
« on: August 23, 2017, 11:51:32 pm »
What to eat/drink during extremely intense(sprinting, jumping, throwing, weight lifting), 2- 3 hour long workouts to sustain energy, power, focus?

Anybody tried Aajonus's Sports/Hydration Formula?

Exercise / Bodybuilding / Re: Improving Your Posture
« on: August 23, 2017, 11:49:04 pm »
i read that posture is regulated by thyroid and hormones... if your thyroid is healthy and hormones balanced your posture will improve dramatically on its own, without special exercises

Health / Re: Safe(r) Dentistry/Dental Materials
« on: August 23, 2017, 11:21:30 pm »
@political atheist

The only option your father has is dental implants that are biologically compatible with him. Definitely wouldn't want to install another metal that will poison him the same way.

Avoid dentures as they lead to the shrinkage of the jaw bone. My so called sorry sack of shit smoking father uses dentures and he has problems with them.

One filling in a tooth of a child leaves the door open to corrupt dentists towards placing more mercury fillings without taking into account the LD50 of mercury. As it happened in my case and the OP's father.

Every little filling a pro-amalgam dentist installs does affect the dentist consistently by him breathing in the fumes released by the unhardened amalgam. Unfortunately there is still many unethical dentists still fascinated by mercury's amalgamation.

No amount is safe is to drive the point home that every little bit has a catastrophic affect over the long term to someone. Mercury does not belong in our mouths.

Every time someone breaks a mercury light bulb and makes a big deal. I laugh because the mercury released by my fillings is much greater yet everyone who've I've asked to pay to remove them never believes me and takes the word of the nice and fake dentists. Against all odds I stand and alone I will need to eliminate this corruption.

 i heard implants can cause heart disease... i read that gold is the least toxic dental material and gold also chelates mercury...

Health / Fulvic Acid chelation
« on: April 02, 2017, 02:43:05 pm »
Does pure fulvic acid exist without the minerals and other nutrients in it?
It is claimed to be the most powerful chelator. Do you have any experience with it?
Also, malic acid is a chelator...
Do you have experience with ANY chelation?

General Discussion / Re: Pancreatic insuffiency
« on: April 02, 2017, 02:41:18 pm »
pancreas is extremely important for food digestion... some people take pancreas supplements or eat raw pancreas

Health / Re: Safe(r) Dentistry/Dental Materials
« on: February 07, 2017, 02:37:46 pm »
well... you are one out of a million.. you are the exception to the rule...most people get extreme relief when they get rid of dental metals...

Health / Safe(r) Dentistry/Dental Materials
« on: February 07, 2017, 02:35:54 am »
So this is my fathers mouth.

What are his options?

He does not complain because he is a real men but I'm 110% that he got several symptoms associated to the metals in his mouth.(severe digestion issues, fatigue, jaw clicking etc.)

Are there non-toxic options for him, or less toxic?

I found something interesting, are these non-toxic materials?:

Hot Topics / Re: I love salt
« on: July 18, 2016, 12:21:31 am »
what about the watercure guy, dr ''batman''?

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