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Hot Topics / Re: HGH , Anabolic Hormones vs RAW MEAT and old age
« on: July 30, 2018, 01:34:59 am »
Last warning:- all controversial topics should be placed in the hot topics forum. Doing so now*

Steroids have destroyed bodybuilders' lives(those who've done cooked foods). Not a good idea to promote them here. Besides, artificial hormones notoriously ruin the body's own ability to produce its own hormones.

One of the things that I hate when going to the horse-butcher's in Italy(or any other butcher) is that I have to insist on them NOT cutting off the white fat from the meat before giving it to me. They look at me as though I'm crazy but I like the fat especially(well, when it comes from an animal which has been fed properly most or all of the time).

When I first started going RVAF and trying to get hold of raw 100% organic, 100% grassfed meats, I at first found only 1 source(in 2001) which cost  4.50 pounds sterling for just 100 grams. I was in shock for a few weeks until I started finding raw, grassfed meats at much cheaper prices(30 pounds sterling a kilo). Eventually, I found that raw wild game at LFM markets was , bizarrely, signifcantly cheaper than grassfed, despite it being of a far  higher quality.

I would strongly advise buying raw organ-meats if only raw grassfed meat is available. I have always been able to get hold of high quality raw organs for as little as 2 euros a kilo. Raw organs, anyway, have a far higher nutrient-content than standard raw muscle-meats.


The above shows it is erroneous to always copy ideas from the palaeolithic era. In the Palaeolithic era, they(at a very late stage) practiced cooking, and also indulged in barbaric rites like circumcision in some cases. That does not mean we should emulate such.

Off Topic / Re: Give us a laugh !
« on: July 27, 2018, 03:51:06 am »

This is a wonderful Due South episode, "We are the eggmen" all about a farmer who likes to raise his chickens in a more biodynamic way.Very funny too..


This confirms what I said in recent posts about how RVAFers who ingest more bacteria than cooked-foodists would be better protected against food-poisoning, with those consuming high-meat being the best protected. It also supports the notion of humans being best adapted to  eating raw, aged foods from palaeo times.We really ought to recommend that newbie RVAFers, as soon as they have gotten used to a wide variety of raw, fresh foods, that they then start on consuming raw aged meats as well.

I would recommend  eating just 1 food at a time, since you seem to have gut problems. It's just easier to digest.

In the UK, grassfed meat farmers would routinely tell me they fed their cattle on sileage and hay  during winter months. Perhaps that was the reason why I did not like the taste of some raw
 grassfed meats.

Most RVAFers  seem to thrive best on a diet of mostly raw animal food and some raw plant food. Granted, a few do 100% raw meat diets or 90% raw plant/10% raw animal food diets, but they are in a minority. Obviously , experiment to see which percentages you prefer.

In my own case, my own 100% raw animal food experiments led to me always suffering awful ill-health after 3 weeks of doing them. The first 3 weeks caused a swift reduction in physical stamina but a massive boost to my mental altertness, mental sharpness/IQ(?) etc., but then it went all downhill, with me losing all taste for any raw meats, and getting vast hunger-pangs which could not be sated by raw meat consumption(I got the same in reverse, pre-RPD diet, when in my raw vegan/fruitarian phases.

 If I overdo the raw plant food intake in my RVAF diet, I find that the sugars etc. make me less healthy, overall.

Palaeo HGs had a vastly greater level of variety than we do. I find I no longer find the taste of raw foods to be tasty if I overindulge in just 1 type of food all the time for weeks on end. I found via experiments that 10-40% of my diet should consist of raw wildcaught seafood, for best results, any less or more than that tends to not work. I also find raw animal fat from innards like raw tongue or raw marrow to be very effective for me.Point being that you should try out raw innards, see if you can handle raw meats/raw organ-meats in aged, "high-meat" form etc. Constant experimentation is key. After all, we are all different,with different DNA, different health-outcomes, different epigenetic outcomes etc.

Re 100% grassfed cows:- In the UK, I have had mixed results from eating 100% raw grassfed cows. Many times, the taste was dire, suggesting that the cows were fed grains except possibly in summer, and worse. In Austria, the grassfed meat industry is way more reliable, being better regulated, and even the non-organic, non-grassfed meats taste way better, as intensive farming re animals is much reduced there. I also am able to get hold of raw wild game, and raw wildcaught seafood(more expensive), which are far superior, quality-wise.

c. 19m:55s into the episode "Orange Grove" of season 2 episode 1 of the Riptide TV series, Murray Bozinski, one of the 3 main characters, says that he tried to bulk up by eating lots of raw eggs.

Hot Topics / Re: what is that?
« on: July 25, 2018, 05:50:26 pm »
If one is already healthy, it's not the end of the world to eat a diseased animal.

Hot Topics / Re: what is that?
« on: July 25, 2018, 01:36:40 pm »
Cancer from cooked-meat consumption is a common phenomenon:-

Note that all references to "red meat" involve references to cooked meats, not to raw meats. Scientists are terrified of doing studies on raw meat consumption because they fear legal risks etc. The cancer-causing agents, causing cancer in cooked meats, are all created by cooking/heat, such as advanced glycation end products, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons etc.

In future, place all controversial posts in the hot topics forum. I'll do that now.


One of my previous points has always been that dates in Palaeolithic times have always been claimed   to be closer to our own era than was remotely believeable, with the older Out of Africa dates already largely debunked. Now, the above article shows an error of 500 million years for the advent of life on Earth.

Off Topic / Re: Give us a laugh !
« on: July 25, 2018, 12:33:53 am »

Well, it's a good sign in a way. It means that the snowflakes will be the least likely ones to try a RVAF diet.

Read the sticky threads on this sub-forum:-

Welcome to the forum! Feel free to ask further questions once you've done so. If you want to ask more private questions sometime later  in the future, you could always PM whichever one of the older members you feel has more knowledge/experience in the subject-matter at hand.

General Discussion / Re: Sv3rige Meeting 2018
« on: July 24, 2018, 05:48:44 pm »
Freedoms are different, wherever one goes. In the US one can get away with certain things one cannot in Europe, and vice-versa. GS, in the Phillipines, has a lot of leeway, provided that he never says one word against his President, and so on.

Science / Dodgy antiobiotics can leave people with crippling pain
« on: July 24, 2018, 04:55:43 pm »

In my old days of ill-health, I once had to go to the local school hospital and was given some antibiotics. Shortly afterwards, thank god, I started vomiting copiously, or I suspect things would have gotten worse for me. The nurse stated that it was impossible to be affected badly by antibiotics. My own father had a similiar experience:- as a child, he was given some antibiotics by a nurse. He duly became deathly ill. When he told the nurse that he fell ill because of the antibiotics, she refused adamantly to accept this, and from then on forced him to drink the pills in water under her close-eyed supervision. He pretended to do so, but did not actually swallow the pills, and, after the nurse left, he would open the window and secrete the pills in a crack in the walls outside. He said if he hadn't done so, he would have died.

General Discussion / Re: aged cheese much better than raw beef
« on: July 24, 2018, 04:25:31 pm »
Van is absolutely right. There is a tendency for a small segment of the RVAF community to go in for dietary orthorexia. In the case of parasites, some erroneously believe in the fraud Hulda Clark, who believed parasites were in and all around us. From my own experience, anti-parasite drugs work quickly and efficiently, whereas herbal anti-parasite methods failed completely. I should add that most parasites are not suited to a human host but to other species, so tend to die quickly in a human host, plus, many parasites do not harm the host at all. I, for example, once had tapeworms which, except for the initial 3 days or so, had no negative health-effect on me thereafter. Granted, there are exceptions even with tapeworms, but these are rare, and easily treated with anti-parasite drugs.

General Discussion / Re: Sv3rige Meeting 2018
« on: July 24, 2018, 05:35:43 am »
I have actually been asked by a number of people to remove posts, here and there, because they are so justifiably scared of their online history being found by employers. I do the deletions only if there are just a few posts which contain sensitive information. The me-too campaign, among other politically-correct nonsense, has made it very difficult to express an unconventional non-mainstream opinion, these days. My own brother who works in finance, for example, has a laptop, where, if he searched for anything remotely politically-incorrect, not only would his company-owned laptop refuse to allow the search, but it would also report him and he would be fired.Fortunately, for him, he is the sort of mindless social  chameleon who simply blindly  parrots the party-line of whatever regime is around at the time, but still.

I now find that many employers insist on seeing the person's facebook page etc. before even considering granting an interview. All this is an outrageous invasion of privacy. On a far more sinister note, is the fact that once criminals know your basic identity plus a few other details, they can scam the person for money via fraud, or, just as bad, steal the person's identity and use it to con many other people.

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