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Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Re: New and Concerns
« on: May 09, 2019, 12:22:23 am »
It's not  a great explanation. While it is true that the human body has a limited ability to detox on its own, it does not have a limitless ability to detox. Plus, if the human body adapts to one type of toxin, it is highly likely that it develops weaknesses/lack of resources versus other things.

Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Re: New and Concerns
« on: May 08, 2019, 02:18:39 pm »
It's generally a bad idea to mix cooked and raw. It prevents detox.If you are ill, the best thing is to stick to at least 95%+  raw as much as possible until you become healthy. That way, you get healthier a lot faster, without your body constantly having to deal with incoming toxins from eating cooked foods. I have also noted that the longer one is on a RVAF diet, the more one starts to react to cooked foods. For example,  I would occasionally eat some compromise foods(sushi from a reputable Japanese shop) but, after 10 years on Rawpalaeo, I would vomit up the stuff if I ate more than a certain amount  of rice. Basically, the body over time recognises that the cooked food is a poison and therefore tries to get rid of it if you overdo it.

Tyler, what do you think of this?
Not sure. Admittedly, since those afflicted certainly ate mostly cooked otherwise, then they would be more vulnerable to infection given poor bacteria-levels in the gut etc. It's probably not an issue for RVAFers as domesticated meat is always checked in developed countries by vets so that infected meat does not reach the consumer. Even wild meats sold in shops have been vetted beforehand. I suppose if one is a RVAF-eating hunter who does not notice signs of infection on an animal or who primarily hunts rodents , then that might be a problem at some stage, but that's all rather unlikely.

Off Topic / Re: Give us a laugh !
« on: May 07, 2019, 01:12:26 am »

When some people talk about rawpaleodieters, they sometimes refer to us as cannibals, yet almost all the real cannibals seem to prefer their human meat to be cooked first before consumption....

Health / Re: Statin, Altered my mitochondria
« on: May 06, 2019, 02:21:01 am »
Diet cannot sort out everything. I have found that near-infrared light therapy has been useful, for example, as  has brainwave entrainment(photic and audio) via my Kasina device. You might also consider using "high-meat", once you are used to fresh, raw meats. Redlightman has an excellent device . The reason I recommend near-infrared light therapy is because near-infrared light  puts energy directly  into the mitochondria within the cells:-

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: May 02, 2019, 11:55:17 am »
Err, "The Raw Paleolithic Diet"
 Man's Natural Diet

The oldest human diet.

I suppose that, as long as the high-meat is aerated regularly, then nothing can go wrong.... No idea re warmer climes and high-meat but it seems likely that high-meat would be more likely to occur in warmer climes anyway.

Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Re: New and Concerns
« on: April 30, 2019, 10:42:43 pm »
There is a thing where one gets  a natural detox after switching to raw, palaeo foods. This is normal,as the body starts getting rid of the cooking-derived toxins built up after decades of eating cooked, processed foods. This is temporary. Admittedly, those who are very terminally-ill from eating cooked foods should be very careful to start slowly with rawpalaeo foods, but that's all. Parasites are not an issue in the developed world, as almost all farmers, even organic ones, use deworming medicines etc. against parasites. Even if one does, there are many anti-parasite medicines which work easily over a couple of days to remove any parasites. Most parasites are species-specific so die in other species, anyway.And even human-oriented parasites  are designed, mostly, to allow their host to live with few complications - a failed parasite is one which kills its host.

Hmm, I must admit that I recently tried drinking water in a plastic jug and found it to taste "less good" than if in a glass jar. Never noticed the difference re high-meat in plastic boxes, but maybe it's time to place high-meat in the glass jars instead, in future.

I have not found it so, tbh.

Fine, you're leaving more than enough air. Airing it every 2-3 days seems  OK given the more northerly climate in the UK.

From my own experiences re storing high meat outside a fridge in a hot(Mediterranean climate), I would strongly suggest leaving 50% air in the relevant cotnainer and always airing once every day. Granted, in a hot environment, one must guard against flies laying their eggs on the underside of the lids of the plastic boxes you use. My solution was to use 2 plastic boxes , 1 within the other, with 50% air in the smaller one with the meat, then I would put both in 2 black plastic bags, and bury them all underground, and only air them for   c.30 seconds once a day, so as to grab enough free oxygen so that I could create high meat without botulinism.

Off Topic / Interesting article
« on: April 25, 2019, 10:46:46 am »

Note:- "And, in the past, we were even more powerful. Studies of ancient bones have shown that, between 5,300 BC and AD 100, women had stronger arms than today’s elite male rowers." I have often pointed out that palaeo-era humans had far better strength than modern athletes, but even Neolithic-era peoples had better physical strength.

I get the same reaction from suet, do you know what could cause it?
My view is that, if one's body does not like/appreciate the nutrients in a particular food, it tries to get rid of it as soon as possible out the other end. I have had similiar experiences with raw ox liver, although the diarrhea is not yellow, in that regard, same goes if I overdo any raw veggie juicing. My reactions to raw dairy, being allergenic, tend to be different. Because my raw-dairy-allergies are slow-acting/delayed-onset, I would experience no symptoms with raw dairy(other than drug-like cravings for it), until c.3 weeks later, when I would experience  very nasty, very painful, bleeding stools/anus when doing a number 2, and the symptoms would then worsen, thereafter.

I have now inserted the relevant website into that earlier post. I get yellow diarrhea whenever I eat raw suet.  As regards fat, I prefer to get it from raw tongues and the white fat from leg of lamb, among others.

Did you let it sit for 5 days like AV recommends?
Yes, indeedy, I did every laughable, absurd advice that I learnt from Aajonus.

How did you consume the clay? and where did you buy it?
From some UK website:-

Might have been the above one. I simply used a tablespoonful or three once a day with water for a few days.

Does anyone know about clay? wonder if I could try that..
I tried edible french green clay and it worked for a time re detoxing. After using it constantly, though, it stopped working so I assume it is  a useful, though not vastly effective method.

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