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Raw Weston Price / Re: What About the Hunza
« on: June 01, 2019, 11:04:56 am »
Spare me this Weston-Price nonsense. Evidence shows that modern HGs are nowhere near as powerful or healthy as palaeo-era types. *Topic moved to relevant WP forum.*

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Off Topic / UK government trying to tax so-called " unhealthy food"
« on: May 31, 2019, 06:43:42 pm »
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-7090349/Chief-Medical-Officer-considering-tax-unhealthy-foods.html

As you can see, they are trying to tax all meats, despite only cooked meats being harmful.

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Off Topic / Re: Give us a laugh !
« on: May 30, 2019, 10:36:00 pm »
Yet another reason to avoid buying processed foods:-

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7086791/Man-49-jailed-URINATING-Kelloggs-Raisin-Bran-cereal-production-line-bragging-it.html

If you think this is just an isolated incident, you are sorely mistaken.

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Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Re: RPD alcohol - recipes?
« on: May 28, 2019, 08:34:29 am »
Err, just let some fruit rot and make a wine of it. I think(?) only 6% alcohol can be achieved that way, as I recall......

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Given that Green Pastures business, I now buy only that Rosita cod liver oil and ratfish oil as they claim to use only genuinely fresh, raw cod liver oil, using an ancient method.

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The whole point of scavenging is that a scavenger usually steals well-aged raw meats.Also, the prey that humans ate may have been mostly small rodents which big lions rarely go in for. Also, humans used tools for countless millenia in the Palaeolithic.

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Hot Topics / New sticky topic:- Vegan nonsense
« on: May 26, 2019, 10:16:26 am »
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-7071181/Dog-owners-turning-pets-fashionably-faddy-eaters.html

Given the vegan activism around nowadays, it seems important to list a sticky topic for this sort of thing.

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"High-meat" is an acquired taste. When I first tried out various "high-meats", I found that aged fish and aged eggs  and aged muscle-meats to be absolutely revolting and could not  eat them if they were aged past a certain point. I found raw ox tongue and raw ox heart the easiest to deal with. I can, of course, handle raw aged cheese but, given the long-term effects of raw dairy on my health, I avoid that  as much as  humanly possible. I now can handle most muscle-meats as high-meat, but  still am put off by the taste of high-eggs and high seafood. I try to do things I enjoy, generally, so I am not too  worried about the lack of variety  of my high-meats.  Really, it's up to you - we all have different genes, different bodies, different health-situations, so we all have to experiment. I, for example, tend to get a nasty toxic shock in my mouth if I consume anything that is heavily salted.

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I would advise against it. I have occasionally, in the past, eaten some "high-meat" that I had left far too long unaired, and I would always experience a very toxic taste-feeling when I put the stuff into my mouth. I took that  as a sign that I should avoid such in future.

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No, you are being very clever. I have too many times put raw meat into glass jars inside 2 plastic boxes inside 2 plastic bags and the like , and then forgot about airing them once a day so that, after a weeK, I felt it wise to throw the meat away. If you can guarantee no fly-egg-contamination of the meat, then fine. The trouble I face is that I live with  various different others throughout the year, and they go paralytic and scared-to-death  at the mere mention of aging raw meat - at least they allow fresh, raw meat.

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Check with GS, either PMing him from this board of forums or contacting him(ediwn casimeiro) on his website directly. He is the tech guru.I have had personal problems with many government websites all over the world with using the opera browser. I hate that as it is far more user-friendly than others. Beware of the flies as they are ingenious re getting their eggs under the lids of closed jars so that the eggs automatically drop into the meat as soon as you unscrew them.  I don't know if any netting can stop the eggs getting through.

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Health / Re: Couperose/telangiectatic rosacea
« on: May 22, 2019, 06:09:29 pm »
I used to have a lot of skin inflammation all over my body. I eventually found that raw dairy/pasteurised dairy was responsible, and got rid of the skin-related issues after c.4 months of going dairy-free RPD. It would be a good idea to get an allergy test as well as a food-intolerance test just in case. Don't overeat, as water-fasting allows the body more time and more resources to deal with some health-problems. Besides, quality is way better than quantity, as regards  raw foods. Raw foods anyway contain much higher nutrient-levels than cooked foods, so it is silly to gorge all the time.

Of course, for all I know, this skin-problem may be due to nutritional deficiency on a raw vegan diet, so just continuing with raw foods may eventually get it to disappear in time. Given decades of physical abuse on a cooked diet then vegan diet,  most RPDers find that major health-problems take on average  c.2-3 years to resolve.

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Science / More data on the benefits of bacteria
« on: May 21, 2019, 07:59:07 pm »
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-7052879/Pill-containing-gut-bacteria-help-fight-incurable-Alzheimers-Parkinsons-cancer.html


The above, along with other scientific data linking higher intelligence to bacteria does seem to imply that regularly eating some high-meat is a very good idea.


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