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Hot Topics / Vegan babies
« on: March 06, 2019, 10:47:37 am »
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6775085/Experts-say-making-babies-vegan-cause-lasting-harm.html

Hmm, technically, the babies cannot be vegan if they are breastfed but still....

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Primal Diet / Re: Constipation
« on: March 06, 2019, 10:43:09 am »
AV was often wrong and not in tune with the real experiences of most RVAFers. In the case of raw veggie juice, DPL is, of course, wrong. Juicing breaks down the cell-walls , thus making not only the nutrients but also the antinutrients  in raw vegetables far more bioavailable. Incidentally, I got diarrhea, too, after consuming raw veggie-juice.

Fasting is an excellent idea, imo. Intermittent Fasting has a lot of scientific studies showing its benefits, in terms of extra longevity etc. You see, when not constantly digesting, the body finally has an opportunity to detox. This is especially important if one is eating a cooked-food diet, as the body gets an unusual extra opportunity to get rid of the toxins it has absorbed from cooked foods over the years. Also, bear in mind that wild animals routinely go in for fasting, as part of their lives. Basically, autophagy during fasting allows the body to get rid of cancerous cells, toxins et al. So, eating all the time, however raw or palaeo, is not going to help at all.

As regards AV or any other guru, I should point out to you that no human can possibly be perfect and so no one man's advice can ever  be 100% correct for anybody, let alone everyone. This is even more important  when one considers that everybody is different genetically with different allergies/immunities, different metabolisms etc. etc. Another piece of advice is to be especially wary of any RVAF diet guru who is asking for cash. Once they are cash-oriented, there is always some profit-related motive as to why they do not promote a genuinely healthy approach to a client, and instead encourage constant overeating or buying food  from selected, corrupt businesses  etc.. I'm thinking of AV, Sally Fallon and many others, over the years.After all, if a client gets healthy, they don't need to pay the guru any more....

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I follow GCB's advice re never combining raw plant foods and raw animal foods together, and it has worked wonders for me. Whenever I do the opposite, I get side-effects.

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Primal Diet / Re: Constipation
« on: March 06, 2019, 04:19:02 am »
Interesting. I definitely noticed the lack of bowel movement, but in the beginning I was having at least once every day, or rarely every other day. I do believe in the idea that the body must be digesting foods more efficiently, thus contributing to the almost complete absorption of the nutrients. I have yet to try high meat but I’ve been tempted to do it. I never thought about consuming plant foods, as they have the anti-nutrients and we can’t digest the fiber anyway. That’s the only reason why I consider kimchi, as the vegetables are already fermented for us. I’ll buy some in the market right now and see what happens. But I’d much rather keep looking for solutions in the animal kingdom.
  Do NOT try raw veggie juices. They are the 2nd-worst problem that RVAFers experience(raw dairy is the worst). I once tried raw veggie juice and got green diarrhea c.30 minutes after drinking the stuff. The general idea is that juicing not only breaks down the cell-walls to release many more nutrients, but also similiarly releases more of the antinutrients as well. If you do try them, then mind the usual caution of never drinking more than 1 pint of raw veggie juice.

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Primal Diet / Re: Constipation
« on: March 06, 2019, 03:21:27 am »
Blood in the stool sounds bad. I had that a lot pre-RPD diet. Why not try to consume more raw plant food in your diet. Also, another point is that raw ketogenic types reported hardly ever having stools - this was not constipation, just a matter of the body digesting 99% of the raw animal food. Not sure re this, but I also noticed a total lack of no2s/stools when I didseveral days of only eating only high-meat.

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Off Topic / World's most polluted cities
« on: March 06, 2019, 03:13:49 am »
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6773899/Worlds-polluted-capital-cities-revealed-Delhi-ranked-worst.html

Health is not only about diet but also other aspects such as where one lives...... However, given that the 2 main toxic components of car-exhaust fumes are also 2 of the 5  heat-derived toxins created by cooking, I imagine we RVAFers are less affected by air-pollution since we have less of a toxin-load and are better able to detox the smaller amounts of toxins that we do get.

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General Discussion / Re: High quality raw animal fat flavor
« on: March 04, 2019, 11:14:51 am »
I have no idea how to describe taste. All I can state is that I can tell the difference easily between intensively-farmed raw white fat and white fat from largely-grassfed raw meats. The former is , how shall I put it, intensely clogged, while the latter  has a much softer texture overall.

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General Discussion / Re: Raw food beauty secrets
« on: March 04, 2019, 09:47:09 am »
What is "raw chocolate", exactly?
Does she means raw chocolate bar? Is that even possible?
Hmm , I presume she means "raw cacao powder"?

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Welcoming Committee / Re: Journey back to health
« on: March 03, 2019, 11:46:26 pm »
Bear in mind one aspect of being going rawpalaeo:- there is the matter of detox. Most people new to RPD diets have accumulated decades of heat-derived toxins from cooked foods so need to detox, thus feeling a bit groggy etc. for some days or weeks.  I for example went through an initial 2-3 day detox after going rawpalaeo properly, having green diarrhea every 30 minutes or thereabouts. I had further detoxes wherein I had flu-like symptoms(fatigue and a hot forehead) every 2 to 4 months, all gradually reducing in terms of severity, duration and frequency until they more or less stopped after 2-3 years. I still have detox symptoms, obviously,  if I go in for non-rpd foods, but this acts more like the equivalent of a hangover. Anyway,  it is often recommended to do a water-fast in advance, so that the initial detox episode is reduced when transitioning to raw.

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Off Topic / UK Animal Rights
« on: March 03, 2019, 02:46:45 am »
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6764041/Up-200-animal-rights-activists-storm-pig-farm-stage-sit-protest-against-factory-farming.html

I wholly agree with animal rights, not only due to preserving animal-rights, but also due to retaining  high-level  human-health and avoiding human extinction, but the above is suicidal, in the long run.

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Off Topic / Re: EU rules halal meat cannot be labelled "organic"
« on: March 02, 2019, 12:56:36 am »
Some Muslims are willing to stun electrically, not all of them. I grant that electrical stunning is a modern notion, and therefore not essential, but I disagree re removing the blood. In the UK, I used to buy raw wild hares, all vacuum-packed, with at least 1 litre of raw blood in them, not counting the vast amounts of blood already present in the raw meat.

Anyway, Tony Robbins, an almost-vegan, used to say that the primary taste of meat was due to the blood in it.

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Off Topic / Re: EU rules halal meat cannot be labelled "organic"
« on: March 01, 2019, 02:26:33 pm »
I'm not sure what this is about... What exactly is halal meat? Like kosher meat for muslims? How is it worse than regular meat? And what happened with the forcing of buying this meat? How did that happen?
Due to stupidity/profit,  many corporations in the EU made sure to provide only halal meat to government schools or football stadiums or supermarkets. The idea was to avoid offending Muslims, but by doing so they offended everybody else. David Cameron prevented the meats being labelled "halal" as he knew that would mean most people would avoid buying such meats.Oh, and halal meat, like kosher meat, is meat that is from an animal killed without being electrically stunned beforehand. Halal/Kosher meat also has the blood in it removed, which, imo, adds to the taste. Kosher meat is different from halal, in that the rear half of the carcass is  generally avoided, due to the rear producing stools.

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General Discussion / Re: How much calcium do you really need
« on: February 28, 2019, 06:14:26 am »
Try some raw walnut nuts or raw brazil nuts.

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