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So where did he learn about raw paleo?

Given the raw carnivore angle, probably from Sv3rige.

Damn! The Daily Mail has , as usual with any subject they view as being potentially explosive, banned any further comments after just a tiny handful were posted which were critical. I wanted to be supportive.

Hmm, I see a a number of online youtubers etc. who are promoting raw, zero-carb diet, yet several long-term raw-zero-carbers and cooked-zero-carbers have sworn off such diets and gone for omnivore. Imo, we need more RVAF diet omnivores to promote themselves. Quite frankly, someone like Iguana(well over 2 decades of RVAF etc.) would demolish the usually idiotic claims by nutritionists that raw meat eaters will die within a few years of following such a diet.


I almost missed this, but this sort of thing really helps the RVAF community.

Health / Re: Biofilm: The key to survival for stubborn pathogens!
« on: August 19, 2018, 01:43:07 pm »
Feel free to post some basic links for the beginner/intermediate/advanced. I will post a sticky in the relevant forum with the various links.

Journals / Re: Good experiences with raw grainfed org chicken
« on: August 19, 2018, 01:35:52 pm »
Several RPDers here have stated that  chickens fed on raw diets taste way better when fed with raw animal food(ie raw carrion, raw insects, raw worms etc.) than when given raw plant foods  only. This more accurately reflects the daily diet of the chickens' ancestor, the jungle fowl.

I always found the taste of raw grainfed chicken to taste disgusting in the UK. Raw chicken is slightly better in Austria, as they pride themselves on avoiding additives/hormones to a large extent, there. Yet, they still boast of feeding their fowl organic soy!!   l)

I have tried raw grassfed goose, which was nothing special. Raw wild mallard duck, though, was one of the best tasting meats I have ever tried.

Except that the megafauna are mostly believed to have been wiped out by humans, with hard evidence in favour of that. Plus, a rather more likely explanation is that the Native Americans simply interbred with the hominids already present in the Americas. They did after all interbreed with some Polynesians in South America.

Science / 300,000-years-old palaeo remains found in Bering Strait Island
« on: August 16, 2018, 08:51:52 pm »

A while back, some scientists claimed to have found evidence of Neanderthal colonisation of the Americas c.115,000 years ago. The above evidence makes it clear that so-called "apemen" had already colonised the Americas much earlier than that, certainly ever since the advent of Homo Erectus. I don't see how it is possible for ancient humans to just visit a couple of islands in the Bering Strait without also going further as well. Well, it proves that the "long, slow" interpretation of evolution is a more likely possibility, and it also shows that we have greatly underestimated the mental/physical abilities of  past hominids.

Science / Re: Neanderthal sticky thread
« on: August 13, 2018, 01:33:28 am »

rami99 is a (human?) spammer. He started out posting just inane, short comments of approval, and, recently, once he reached the point where GS allows people to post links, has done so since. I will remove the posts with links, and leave the other stuff alone.

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