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Journals / Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
« on: October 01, 2014, 02:43:14 am »
I've fattened up to some 144 lbs.

(fattened with the help of some cacao nibs, dried figs, raw cheese and durian)

And just as Aajonus suggests, a good idea may be to fatten up and then reduce weight.

So here I am again trying a diluted orange juice fast.

I started yesterday. But prior to that I had 30 ml of castor oil to cleanse my colon.

The fat I am using with this diluted orange juice fast are yolks from raw duck eggs.  I may take 3 yolks total for the entire day.

I got some Australian oranges from the supermarket, my kids say they taste good.

And I'm taking some black salt a few pinches here and there.

Initially I will do 3 days.  This is my 2nd day.

If I feel like it, I may extend to 14 days.

It depends if I can find more yummy durian, the past market buys have been crappy durian.

I will probably adjust my diet later on to not be so fattening and target 130 to 135 lbs.

I am just 5' 5" for your reference.

why  not a vco detox? for 7 days? that will burn some fat mass off...

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Health / Re: Eczema - A Journey To Healing
« on: September 25, 2014, 11:48:30 pm »
the instant things ive seen happen are with 3 day vco detoxing and 7 day orange juice fasting.  also liver flushing and raw paleo diet.

you can look at the secondary infection thing.

my son had negative gram bacteria. we used fucidic acid.

can you elaborate/detail the protocols and what you achieved?

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Health / Re: Eczema - A Journey To Healing
« on: September 25, 2014, 11:46:27 pm »
Indeed, don't make the same mistake I did of sticking with ZC or near-ZC for more than a few weeks. I regret it now.

why do you regret it?

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Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: beef back fat or suet were to buy?
« on: September 25, 2014, 10:45:10 pm »
suet(organ fat) or back fat is more nutrient dense?

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Hot Topics / Re: Ghee
« on: September 17, 2014, 02:24:27 am »
can ghee be made without using heat?

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General Discussion / Re: Bone broths best prepared raw, not cooked
« on: August 31, 2014, 04:00:05 am »
bone broths are/were used to put healthy muscle and weight on thin people, and to heal flu/colds and any other disease(the saying: a GOOD broth will heal any ailment)... yeah... all disease begins in the gut and all healing begins in the gut. if the gut is healthy, then the other parts of the body will heal soon.

probably those people who dont get ''delivered' with broth' were not eating enough broth and they didnt prepared the broth properly with the proper ingredients.

you cant go against 5000 years of wisdom and real life experience.

heat damaged proteins, fats? well 5000+ year old wisdom and real life experience tells us that they are good enough to heal any disease, then they are good enough for me.

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General Discussion / Re: Bone broths best prepared raw, not cooked
« on: August 31, 2014, 12:04:05 am »
what do you mean by ''some people''? lol... everybody human got the same gut...  everybody needs the proline, glycine, glutamine, proline and the other aminoacids, condroithin, glucosamine, minerals, vitamins from the broth the repair SPECIFICALLY the gut.

if all the nutrients in the broth are good enough to heal the human gastrointestinal tract, especially the gut of the cooked food eaters, then it means that the bone broth prepared in traditional way is special.

Even native american indians drank bone broth in place of water(''herbed'' water, probably tea). Native indians who were 6.5- 7 feet tall with super muscular and strong body living well over 100 years in perfect health.

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General Discussion / Re: Bone broths best prepared raw, not cooked
« on: August 30, 2014, 03:05:58 pm »
Preparing bone broth in a traditional way(boiling for 24- 72 hours) heals the gut of non-RAF-ers...this should tell us something.

I guess it tells us that bone broth traditionally prepared is a symphony of nutrients which heals the gut: gelatin(HIGH in SPECIFIC gut healing/regenerating amino acids), glucosamine, chondroitin, minerals, vitamins and more.

Im planning to do a 7 days bone broth fast to heal my stomach/intestines.

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General Discussion / Re: Bone broths best prepared raw, not cooked
« on: August 27, 2014, 03:47:53 am »
broth is made for its gelatin and other nutrients to heal the gut... fasting on bone broth for minimum 7 days will heal the gut. 3- 4 quarts per day.

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Journals / Re: GoodSamaritan's Experiments
« on: August 25, 2014, 11:26:25 pm »
''It is important to separate the black salt crystals from the conjoining rock by hand and not by chemical or mechanical means that may contaminate the resultant salt. Also, it is crucial to avoid grinding the crystals using machines coated with lead-laced paint, since the corrosive salt will cause the lead to leach into it in significant amounts, as confirmed by sensitive laboratory tests. Lastly, it is counterproductive to expose the salt to high temperature fire ovens for 3 days, as most manufacturers admit they do - in order to improve its physical properties (for easy handling and flow) - while damaging its natural molecular structure. The ideal salt will therefore be wholesome, rich in sulfur, will contain no heavy metals and other pollutants in appreciable amounts, and will be processed without polluting machines or chemicals or high heat. Also, it should be manufactured employing fair-trade practices, without child labor or harsh conditions. Ideally, the salt should be made in a dedicated facility where no other foods (allergenic or polluted) can contaminate it.''

where can i buy sulfur rich black himalayan salt which is made in this manner?




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Health / Re: Supplement: MSM
« on: August 24, 2014, 04:00:42 am »
Thoughts?

''MSM and The Mucous System's Role

The mucous system in our nasal passages flushes bacteria and viral particles into our stomach where the HCl Acid should kill them. Any that get through to a normal gut should eventually be excreted. Of course a Leaky Gut will let them into the bloodstream.

Research has shown that, when available to it in sufficient levels, MSM (Methyl Sulfonyl Methane appears to coat all the mucus membranes of the body, creating a shield through which:

Air-borne allergy-causing contaminants such as household dust (mite faeces), pollens etc. can be shielded from entering the tissue of the lungs and nasal passages, thus reducing the affects of hay fever and asthma.
Industrial contaminants such as exhaust gasses, solvents etc. are also hindered.
Parasites, such as Cryptosporidium, giardia, salmonella, even hookworm can be dissuaded from entering the walls of the stomach and intestines. This coating can also provide a hostile living environment for parasites.
Provide a shield to prevent the roots of the candida yeast culture from penetrating the intestine wall, thus reducing the severity of this disease.
Undigested food and toxins are deterred from entering the blood stream through a leaky gut thus reducing one of the most common causes of allergies and auto-immune diseases. Given time, MSM will start to repair the damage causing the gut to leak.''

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aem42290,
I am wondering if you gained  benefits initially from VLC that were worthwhile, and if you had started to very slowly increase carbs early on that might have worked well?

I have been interested in reading the research of Paul and Shou-Ching Jaminet (The Perfect Health Diet book). In regards to carbs their findings are that the ideal is 30% of energy from carbs (Typically ~600 calories), from 'safe starches' like potatoes, rice and bananas, to provide for the bodies glucose needs, and the rest from fat.

Here is Paul's investigation of ideal glucose levels for longevity and dialog with Ron Rosedale:
http://perfecthealthdiet.com/2011/11/safe-starches-symposium-dr-ron-rosedale/

i wouldnt listen to anybody who tells you that rice(GMO), banana(its like eating white sugar) are safe carbs to eat. LOLOLOL

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Health / Re: Qs re Candida and leaky gut-
« on: August 17, 2014, 01:44:50 am »
Medical science is continually playing out a shell game, when it comes to identifying specific environmental causes of disease. The studies that link heavy metals, and other environmental pollution to conditions like leaky gut simply will not be properly conducted or funded.

I personally suffered from Candida and leaky gut, I even had blood results high in lead and aluminum, yet the CDC wont even acknowledge that these conditions exist even though they are fairly common.

Another problem is the single cause presumption, science cannot test for the multitude of variables that would explain why one person exposed to a certain amount of pollution will develop a condition, while another person will not.

Mercury in shots, amalgams, and other environmental sources may only act as an adjuvant that along with a number of other factors work to increase ones susceptibility to such conditions. My hair analysis showed I was high in aluminum, cadmium, manganese, and lead, as well as deficient in many trace minerals. It is rare that just one element would results in the development of these chronic conditions

Personally I had Mercury shots growing up, mercury amalgams, drank fluoridated water, ate foods with aluminum as an ingredient, ate GMO, drank bovine growth hormone pasteurized milk, worked around formaldehyde treated lumber, PCB electrical components, etc. When one is under the influence of sooo many negative conditions simultaneously then WHO is to say exactly what is the primary cause when at 22 years old , I became stricken down with a mystery illness.

Comprehensive testing of segments of the population by government organizations could be done, and would help to shed some light on the subject. It cost 70 million dollars for a fighter jet and our government pays for hundreds in order to protect us from harm, and yet they absolutely refuse to spend a fraction of that to investigate why millions of people are being attacked from the inside out by these mysterious conditions. Its a tragedy.

how did you healed your leaky gut and candida?

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nice fairy tales

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Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: kefir
« on: August 16, 2014, 02:56:01 pm »
Good luck with that. That's a pretty extreme number.  Few people can do well long-term eating that way.

i am actually on zero carb diet for at least a month now and i could do it forever... all i eat is raw meat, butter, eggs, cream and homemade kefir...

but i miss sweet taste... and i love honey... i could eat 10- 20 tblsp per day or more.... 1 tblsp contains about 15 grams of sugar.... i read somewhere that any amount of carbs stimulates insulin and insulin damages cholesterol, creating all kinds of diseases

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Raw Weston Price / Re: Raw Food and Bone Broth
« on: August 15, 2014, 02:27:26 pm »
You don't need to cook the bone (or other animal parts) to make broth. I recall a study that found that soaking bone in slightly acidic water at room temperature extracts more Calcium than when the broth is heated. Also, you can use fermentation to make a broth. Start with a large container of water, add in shredded vegetables like beets or cabbage as if you were going to make a vegetable-based kvass. Add a little salt to favor lactic acid bacteria, then add in pieces of bone. As the lactic acid bacteria eat the carbs in the vegetables they'll release lactic acid, and the acid will leach calcium, magnesium and probably other things from the bone. Fermentation tends to accentuate the bioavailability of minerals, so this beverage, once fermented for a week or so, will become biologically and minerally rich.

does acid extract the gelatin too?

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General Discussion / Terramin Clay
« on: August 15, 2014, 11:30:59 am »
Did you used it? Do you still use it?

What was/is your dosage, frequency of dosage, timing of dosage?

What did you notice as a health benefit, if any, from consuming it?

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Health / Re: Egg Yolk Liver Flushing: The Paleo Liver Flush
« on: August 12, 2014, 03:38:23 am »
Colon cleansing first.
Liver flush later.
Liver will dump dirt in the stomach to be dispensed through the colon.
If colon is dirty, where will the liver dirt go?
So colon cleansing first.

You have to ask oxypowder support about your question.

Can the lemon juice(to much sugar) from your egg yolk liver flush recipe be replaced with raw apple cider vinegar? what should one do if liver twitching or small pain in liver area is experienced during/after a egg yolk liver flush and an VCO detox?

wouldnt a 3 to 7 day VCO detox cleanse the colon, liver and kidneys at the same time?

could the VCO detox+ egg yolk liver flush+ kidney cleanse be combined together...basically do the liver flush first thing in the morning, then eat 2 tblsp of VCO every 2 hours, and drink the avocado leaf tea between the VCO doses.. also could I add 1 tblsp of raw butter to the VCO doses... butter(butyryc acid) feeds good bacteria... Aajonus felt that coconut cream is more powerful cleanser then coconut oil... wouldnt doing the VCO detox with the cream be more effective?

thank you

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Raw Weston Price / Re: Raw Food and Bone Broth
« on: August 12, 2014, 03:10:03 am »
IMO bone broth is really healthy even for us raw animal food eaters... its just too healing to not eat it... this is will be my only cooked/heated food i will eat: bone broth.

i eat only: raw mince beef, raw organs, raw eggs, raw milk kefir, raw coconut cream, raw butter, raw cream, raw cheese types and maybe some back fat here and there..and I will add about 1 to 2 cups of bone broth EVERY DAY, i will drink/eat it with my raw animal meals.

Its just too healing. People are reporting amazing results in healing the gut with broth fasts. Im on raw animal food diet for 2 months and I still have leaky gut. Cooked food eaters when add broth, they heal their gut very fast.

But hey, this is just MY choice to add the broth.

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General Discussion / Re: Sugars effect on protein digestion
« on: July 27, 2014, 02:26:41 am »
I remember reading here about a year ago how eating too much sugary fruits together with a high animal protein diet would cause protein to digest in a way produceing lots of poisonous biproducts. Could someone please tell me what this is all about since i cant remember much about this?

i THINK its called glycation.

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Primal Diet / Re: colon cleans/ dark circles
« on: July 15, 2014, 01:27:09 am »
When I got onto raw paleo ala Aajonus I cut out salt completely and voila the dark circles under my eyes vanished Yipee! no more concealer. Now, when I eat out and have salt added food my ankles swell and the dark under my eyes comes back although not as bad.

I cut salt out months ago, my sunken dark(black/blue/purple) circles are same/worse.

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Primal Diet / Re: Aajonus's germ theory
« on: July 12, 2014, 12:26:53 am »
There is no bad or good bacteria  IMO.

Somewhere I read that in the 50's they discovered that bacteria turns ''pathogenic'' if exposed to heavy metals, especially alluminium(vaccines, chemtrails, pots, cans) , mercury(light bulbs, vaccines, amalgam dental stuff, carpet, paint etc.), fluoride(water, pesticides, toothpaste etc)..

I dont think that they become pathogenic, I think they begin to try detoxing the body of these metals and other toxins(plastics etc.) and thats why one feels sick... its the herx reaction of the body to the bacteria doing their job to detox/repair/heal the body.

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Primal Diet / Re: Aajonus's germ theory
« on: July 12, 2014, 12:26:09 am »
There is no bad or good bacteria  IMO.

Somewhere I read that in the 50's they discovered that bacteria turns ''pathogenic'' if exposed to heavy metals, especially alluminium(vaccines, chemtrails, pots, cans) , mercury(light bulbs, vaccines, amalgam dental stuff etc.), fluoride(water, pesticides, toothpaste etc)..

I dont think that they become pathogenic, I think they begin to try detoxing the body of these metals and other toxins(plastics etc.) and thats why one feels sick... its the herx reaction of the body to the bacteria doing their job to detox/repair/heal the body.

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Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: kefir
« on: July 11, 2014, 02:23:16 pm »
Zero-carb is rarely necessary or safe in the long-term. Why are you so focused on zero carb?

read that anything above 5 grams of carbs/day is really unhealthy, age accelerator

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Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / kefir
« on: July 11, 2014, 04:08:33 am »
hi,

is kefir considered low to zero carb? i mean if i ferment the milk till separation of whey and the rest, dosnt that mean that all sugar are already consumed by the bacteria? what about double ream(45- 50% fat content), cheese, butter?

is pollen allowed(for the nutrients)?

what about honey? Aajonus Vonderplanitz research claimed that honey is an enzyme/hormonal/nutrient rich food... it only becomes sugary IF heated above 39 celsius degrees.

thoughts?


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