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General Discussion / Re: raw carbs for performance athlete
« on: July 18, 2016, 12:04:01 am »
so anybody from this forum eats oats, quinoa, amaranth...

some people say that pretty much ALL grains and pseudo-grains are treated with harmful chemicals and also they are all genetically modified... is this true?

I ABSOLUTELY LOVE OATS AND QUINOA.. did not eat ANY grains since 2012.... im afraid trying eating them again...

i found a company which sells oats from ukraine.. they claim no treatment and no gmo

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Hot Topics / Re: I love salt
« on: July 17, 2016, 03:20:02 pm »
IM so sick of all this talk on here of people drinking water from the ocean. I dont want to call anyone a liar but the fact that I got so sick for weeks after one gulp combined with the fact that any source iv ever found on the  confirms my experience that drinking the ocean is incredibly dangerous i must call bullshit on iguana and van saying they drank ocean water and were fine.

Please show me some evidence other than your anecdotal evidence which I do not believe.

Iv never come across anyone who has said anything other than drinking salt water is highly dangerous.

http://www.marineinsight.com/misc/marine-safety/10-effects-of-drinking-salt-water-of-the-sea/

Theres just one article listing the side effects of drinking ocean. I had most of these when I had just one gulp.

Sorry guys but I reiterate, im calling bullshit on this one.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sXeORVIoU9Q

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Raw Weston Price / Re: Unrefined Salt Experiments
« on: July 17, 2016, 12:46:41 pm »
Minerals.
The soil is depleted = food is depleted.
Especially magnesium and copper.
One needs 10mg/kg of elemental magnesium per day to MAINTAIN magnesium levels.(thats 800mg of magnesium for a 80kg person just to avoid deficiency)
Oh just eat magnesium rich foods! 
Oook, which foods? Foods grown on another planet where the soil was not depleted by modern farming practices?

Salt.
Unrefined sea salt contains 90 minerals the body needs.
I read somewhere that sea water was used to CURE leprosi, 500ml/day for one year. It was used to replace blood, turns out sea water's composition matches human blood's composition.
Pretty powerful healing properties right?
Why was AV and others against UNPROCESSED sea salt?
I also read that in Israel and other parts of the world, people use diluted sea water to transform dessert into super fertile soil/land and also use the same diluted sea water to feed the plants/soil frequently.. this way whatever they grow, those plants are super healthy/nutritious and insects dont 'attack' the plants because they are strong and healthy.

Do you eat salt?
Do you take mineral supplements?
What are your thoughts on these two topics?

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Off Topic / steamer
« on: July 05, 2016, 12:44:16 am »
does a food steamer with GLASS bowls exists?

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General Discussion / Re: raw carbs for performance athlete
« on: May 29, 2016, 12:41:54 pm »
Some raw pumpkin can help maybe? Have you tried?

its very low in carbs

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General Discussion / Re: raw carbs for performance athlete
« on: May 27, 2016, 02:34:53 pm »
Get a stone and grind it yourself and add liquid and make porridge, you can add similar ingredients as u would to oats

very expensive, 13 GBP for ONE kg.

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General Discussion / Re: raw carbs for performance athlete
« on: May 24, 2016, 02:15:13 pm »
I'm wondering where to get enough carbs as well. Please tell me if you find something that works. So far I haven't found anything that works like grains did.

i absolutely loved oats mixed with raisins, honey, cinnamon, cacao, whey protein powder, peanut butter, mixed berries... huge bowl(i.e. 100- 200g of rolled oats) for breakfast

white rice or quinoa or amaranth for dinner/lunch

good ol'days

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General Discussion / Re: Possible new rawpaleo guru since Aajonus?
« on: May 23, 2016, 10:12:19 pm »
eating raw animal foods is not AVs idea lmfao... AV himself ''stole'' these ideas from other researchers.

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General Discussion / raw carbs for performance athlete
« on: May 22, 2016, 06:20:11 pm »
im a speed-power track and field athlete, i do the decathlon, lots of sprints, plyometrics(jumps), medicine ball throws and other throws, weight lifting...

i love oats... I ate it back in 2010, but no grains or cereals since then...but some claim that ALL grains and cereals are GMO and loaded with glyphosates, thats why i stopped eating them.

im struggling to eat enough carbs from tubers(sweet ptoato, potato)... i need anywhere from 350- 800g of carbs per day

do you eat grains/cereals/legumes?

what should I eat during long workouts to sustain energy/focus/recovery.. in the past i used to mix dextrose/maltodextrine with whey protein powder and drink that during training and after training... but dextrose and maltodextrine is extracted from corn/gmo....

should i drink raw milk mixed with raw honey during and after training?

what about dried fruits?

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General Discussion / Re: Goats butter vs cow butter
« on: April 03, 2016, 05:14:05 pm »
goat butter contains  more k2(mk4), retinol and vitamin d vs cows butter?

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Primal Diet / Re: Raw Unheated Honey
« on: February 26, 2016, 07:53:45 pm »
anybody knows a UK source of TRULY never heated honey?

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Health / Re: Water intake/needs
« on: February 06, 2016, 01:20:06 pm »
I do best with close to a gallon of water. There's a natural stop. A little salt can be good but too much and I find it triggers a bowel movement for some reason.

what type/kind of water you drink?

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General Discussion / Re: Colostrum
« on: February 03, 2016, 04:38:42 pm »
Bought Surthrival Colostrum and giving it to myself and my 2 boys.

Seeing good results first few days.

Its a long story later when i have the time.

any updates on ur colostrum ingestion?

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Health / Water intake/needs
« on: February 03, 2016, 04:36:35 pm »
What do you guys think about water intake per day and the work of Dr. F. Batmaghelidj on water?

He claims we should drink half of our body weight in ounces(eg. for a 200 pound body one should drink 100 ounces of water, and mix 1/4 tsp. of sea salt in every quart of water)

He got some books on amazon and many comments/reviews are positive...

How much water do you drink??

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General Discussion / Re: raw fish (sashimi) do you?
« on: August 27, 2015, 10:34:01 pm »
mackerel?

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General Discussion / Re: raw fish (sashimi) do you?
« on: August 27, 2015, 02:51:16 am »
can all the organs/insides of the fish be eaten? how many of you actually eat the WHOLE fish(head, organs etc.)?

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i read that old timers who are now 100 years old, pretty much healthy and strong independent, ate raw potatoes like apples.. thats 100% raw natural RS

anybody eats/ate raw potatoes?

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does mature coconut meat and coconut flour and avocados contain RS?

does soaked and/ or sprouted nuts/seeds contain RS?

does fermented veggies contain RS?

plantain must be green like bananas to get the RS?

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General Discussion / Ocean/Sea water
« on: August 08, 2015, 07:33:04 pm »
why not drink sea or ocean water straight or diluted with distilled water to get our minerals?

any of you drink it?

what are your thoughts on it?

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General Discussion / Fish
« on: August 08, 2015, 01:45:26 am »
Do you eat fish and/or sea/ocean food?

If so, what and what quantity per day/week and what do you prefer?

Do you eat the whole fish(e.g. organs, skin, head etc.)?

Is ocean/sea food dangerous or not (e.g. heavy metals poisoning?)?

I want to eat raw mackerel, it got the highest vitamin D, DHA, iodine content, plus other nutrients. I want to blend the whole fish(head, skin, organs) with some water and some onions/garlic some spices, like Inger

But im concerned about  heavy metals and radiation... should i be concerned?

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im a  decathlete, national level(speed-power explosive short sprints, throws jumps) and i have zero speed endurance, speed on keto diet...

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im a  decathlete(speed-power explosive short sprints, throws jumps) and i have zero speed endurance, speed on keto diet...

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Exercise / Bodybuilding / scar tissue
« on: August 01, 2015, 09:17:38 pm »
what causes scar tissue? i notice after I workout i have lots of scar tissue in my lower leg(calf, near/around shin bones, feet) and all around my body in general...

can the amount of scar tissue formation be reduced somehow(diet? supplements?)?

or it is perfectly normal to be FULL with scar tissues after a training? if so, how do you get rid of them?

what diet should a decathlete follow? its all about explosive power(sprints, throws, jumps)...

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General Discussion / Re: Fantastic Health Benefits of Butyrate
« on: August 01, 2015, 09:11:26 pm »
Eades comments, "So, we eat our half cup of cooked potato, and what do we get? We get almost three teaspoons of sugar and carb that convert almost immediately to glucose and head directly into the bloodstream. The blood volume of a person with a normal blood sugar contains about a teaspoon of sugar, which means that consuming the potato almost quadruples the amount of sugar in the blood. The pancreas then secretes insulin to drive this excess sugar into the cells. This extra insulin then does all the things excess insulin is famous (or infamous) for doing.''

but why will that excess insulin cause damage? if we are active, wouldnt we just burn up that extra sugar? that extra sugar will not be deposited in muscles/liver and as fat store?


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Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: Why are vegetables bad?
« on: July 26, 2015, 10:31:12 pm »
I'd caution against looking for "approval" and use your own tastes and results as a guide.

My experience with near-zero carb is very negative, including irritability by day and insomnia by night. OTOH, a carb overload makes me dopey and tired. I found my carb "sweet spot" by trial and error. I could tell you the daily range of carbohydrate grams that I maintain, but that would be useless to you because you would have to find your own range. I will mention that I eat virtually no carbs until dinner, keeping me alert and energetic all day long and allowing me a great night's sleep. I found a good carb load limit for me  with blood-sugar test strips, useful in my case because I had type 2 diabetes.

As you transition, keep in mind that your body may do best in the long run with raw, unprocessed fats. IMO, I'd get rid of the mayo even before going raw. You might not even be pleased with the taste of a pile of sprouts on their own, and that is good information to have. Or you might love them....

did you increase significantly your salt intake and magnesium intake while on near zero carb diet?

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