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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.

General Discussion / Re: Sv3rige Meeting 2018
« on: July 24, 2018, 12:35:31 am »
People like to use an avatar and username as it represents , perhaps not who or what they are, but what they aspire to be or attain.It also adds an air of mystery for some.

Off Topic / Attenborough claims children are disconnected from Nature
« on: July 23, 2018, 03:04:15 pm »

Being connected to Nature is far more important than people realise. Studies have shown, for example, that a child is far less likely to develop myopia the more he spends outdoors every day. Having  green plants(or even just the colour green, to a lesser extent) in one's home or office has also been shown to increase concentration in humans. I suspect most of us humans are facing a future similiar to E M Forbes "The Machine Stops", otherwise.

Bread and cheese? Avoid, if possible. If raw, grassfed meat or raw wild game are unavailable , then consider raw wildcaught seafood.Also, many grassfed meat farms do deliver to one's door, so they don't have to be that close to you. OH, and try adding some variety such as raw honeycomb  etc.

I see your family did the whole "blaming the victim" thing to you. Same happened to me. I had chronic fatigue so I was accused of laziness , etc. Anyway, welcome to the forum!

General Discussion / Re: Replacing all the gland cells
« on: July 23, 2018, 02:02:21 am »
I would disagree. It depends on a myriad of factors.

Off Topic / More vegan authoritarianism...
« on: July 21, 2018, 12:45:07 pm »

All this is worrying. Already, schools have forced children to eat halal meat instead of standard meat at the canteen. Then there is Paul McCarthy who is trying to enforce "meatless mondays" on schools as well.The whole gimmick is supposed to protect the environment, but, frankly, crops grown by humans are far more environmentally-destructive in more numerous ways.

Off Topic / Re: Infrared experimentation/biohacking
« on: July 21, 2018, 02:54:37 am »

Tyler, which unit did you purchase, as there are several?  Do you still get results?  thanks
I did some research online, and it seems the expensive, american ones only use 2 or 3 wavelengths, in most cases. The red light man guy uses 4 wavelengths, although, admittedly, he , like all others, has not yet used the wavelengths between 1000 and 1200nm(there are studies showing that those may also be effective in some cases). I bought 2 devices from redlightman, 1 of which is like a lamp/torch with a plug, costing   114 euros,
and a bodylight combo 2.0 which cost 840 euros. The torch/lamp is easy to take via flights while the other one should be hung from a strong, secure knob on a wall.  More info on the site re benefits and required exposure times:-

Yes, I still get results. It's quite amazing how quickly one gets an effect from just placing the torch facing to one's testicles for 3+ minutes, for example. Not only does that increase sex-drive via testosterone-boosts, but increased testosterone also leads to increased alertness. But there are other effects. For example, try drinking some wine until you're tipsy, and then focus the torch on your brain-area(60cm range max for the torch, far more for the bodylight combo 2.0), and you will see a negation of some of the effects. I also use the devices before doing kettlebell training as it really boosts the mitochondria in the muscles. Natural sunbathing simply does not provide the same benefits, and can cause sunburn etc.

Oh, the catch is that the red light man website/company is a single-man enterprise, so often several products are out of stock, temporarily. In such a situation, I would recommend contacting the guy and asking him to reserve an item for you once it's been made so that you can then buy it.

Incidentally, I once wrote about a Richard Wrangham claim which was that through domestication/Neolithic civilisation, we and other animals like goats, sheep, dogs, horses etc.  lost c.10% of our brain-volume along with lowered testosterone levels.This has been proven via studies.

Waste of time. Try near-infra-red light therapy devices. They won't sunburn you and will provide the right wavelengths which will benefit you:-

General Discussion / Re: Where to find terramin clay in Europe
« on: July 21, 2018, 01:44:15 am »
No idea re terramin clay, but here is a source of sundried, edible french green clay:-

General Discussion / Re: Kidney color
« on: July 21, 2018, 01:42:21 am »
Not sure re colour. But I will admit that darker-hued kidneys usually tend to taste better. I still have tasted some lighter-coloured raw kidneys which were great-tasting, though.

General Discussion / Re: sv3rige
« on: July 20, 2018, 10:18:02 pm »
Theoretically, Eric has a point. However, my experience(and that of many other RPDers) is that rational discussion does not help much at all  in persuading others to start a RVAF diet. I have tried using scientific data to convince a number of people I knew facing certain death from various illnesses, whether showing pubmed articles on the harm to human health done by cooked food consumption etc. or by showing scientific articles on the benefits of bacteria etc., and, quite frankly, almost all of them were  so brainwashed by media-driven hysteria versus raw food consumption, that they were actually more than willing to die in pain rather than eat raw animal food of any kind.Some of them duly have so  died. I was amazed at the sheer panic I saw in their eyes when I suggested even just eating raw sushi or raw dairy, let alone more advanced RVAF stuff.

I have no desire to convert the world into going RVAF as that would cause problems for me re supply unless the birth-rate worldwide suddenly collapsed. I just wish it was easier to persuade  a few people to switch before they end up suffering as much as I did, pre-RPD diet.

General Discussion / Re: FROZEN RAW TO ROTTEN PROBLEM.
« on: July 20, 2018, 07:24:10 pm »
I have never made high-meat of decent quality from prefrozen meat. I think the reason is that freezing destroys the cell-membranes and that seems to disrupt the process.

Hot Topics / Re: Man dies of bacteria in raw oysters-claim
« on: July 20, 2018, 07:22:51 pm »
I thought people dont die from bacteria.. and raw was the way..

If this fella cooked his oysters he would be alive lol
You're missing the point. First of all, deaths from food-poisoning are very rare, plus the ones affected tend to be vulnerable groups that were already ill such as old people and babies.

General Discussion / Re: sv3rige
« on: July 20, 2018, 04:47:59 am »
That link was a hate-fest calling him crazy just for eating raw meat. The other stuff sounds rather dodgy and unlikely. Plus, he sounds rather calm and collected when I see his videos. Given that aajonus was even more far-out and the fact that most RPDers have to have some form of eccentricity/creativity/not thinking like the herd all the time etc.,  in order to be able to even consider trying a raw, palaeolithic diet, we should not be too judgmental. I do hope that the guy does not actually "attack" vegans, whether  verbally or physically. It's counterproductive. Many RPDers, myself included, have come to RVAF diets from a raw vegan or fruitarian or sproutarian background.Granted, most raw vegans are not doing the diet for their health but because they love animals, but even so.

I wish some mainstream celebrity would endorse a RVAF diet. Well, there is Carol Alt, and Uma Thurman and Mel Gibson were at one time reported to be eating raw meat diets. The trouble with most celebrities, though, is that they flit from one craze to another. We need someone like Armand Tanny to represent us. If only Arnie had copied him instead of copying Reg Park....

Hot Topics / Man dies of bacteria in raw oysters-claim
« on: July 19, 2018, 05:18:08 pm »

So-called "food-poisoning" generally seems to affect those already  in ill-health, such as old people etc. I once had an awful food-poisoning incident with some aged raw cod roe, but I simply vomited it out. The way I see it, us RPDers are protected from such incidents as we already have lots of other bacteria to combat any harmful bacteria etc. The key to immunity, I suspect, is how much aged raw meats one eats.

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