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Off Topic / EU rules halal meat cannot be labelled "organic"
« on: February 27, 2019, 06:38:28 am »

While the above may seem rather uninteresting to RPDers, this is rather important. One of the problems with our food-supply is that many European governments and organisations have forced people to buy halal meats whether they liked it or not, such as in  football stadiums and schools. There was an attempt in the UK to force halal meats to be labelled as such  but David Cameron, a nasty piece of work, prevented this from happening. At least now, if we come across organic-labelled meat in Europe, we can be sure it is not halal.

Health / Re: Solving Dermatitis
« on: February 26, 2019, 11:40:38 am »
It could well be detox. "Dermatitis"? That means rashes, inflammation of the skin. I had that in full in my pre-RPD days, so much so, that a  round vaccination scar on my left shoulder that I had gotten at the age of 6 forced me, in my 20s, to avoid sleeping on my left side, among other things. All I can state is that it took some 4 months for it to disappear after I cut out all raw dairy from my RVAF diet.

Detox , of course, is not always the reason. Other RVAFers can get allergies/food-sensitivities to other raw foods, such as raw eggs. Perhaps try eating raw meats with a higher fat-content? Or just vary your diet, perhaps include raw seafood and just change completely what you are eating right now? if you are very deficient in bacteria, then the obvious solution would be to eat lots of "high-meat", of course.

Off Topic / The other side of the vaccination issue
« on: February 25, 2019, 07:25:32 pm »

There have also been a number of reports online about how scarlet fever and other diseases have been reintroduced into the UK after  previously being wiped out. I do generally disagree with vaccinations, having had 1 or 2 past bad experiences with them, but most seem to do fine on them.

Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: Starting off raw meat
« on: February 24, 2019, 02:59:13 pm »
I love raw organ-meats, especially raw tongue. Raw organ-meats have a much higher nutrient-content and much higher taste compared to other foods, with the exception of raw wild game and  aged meats, which are even higher in taste. The trouble is that most of us have decades of past consumption of comparatively tasteless cooked and processed foods, so it takes time to get used to and start enjoying raw organs etc. for beginners. That is why cooked-foodists need to add condiments to their bland processed foods. I suggest you try a wide variety of raw organs in order to see if some are easier to get used to and enjoy. You could also try raw seafood for a different texture. Also, make sure to eat high quality raw organs(ie from wild game or 100% grassfed-raised animals).

Primal Diet / Re: Primal diet books?
« on: February 23, 2019, 07:31:00 am »
This thread has been quiet for some time. 

I've read AV's two books, WW2live and the recipe one.  I found both awesome and learned things in both, made changes to my diet with great results.

I especially liked his theories on how the body works and how bacteria, viruses and mold were beneficial and all of the other stuff that challenged the standard medical science of today, which I don't buy into.

I'm going to get his workshop videos next and the video on how he prepares food. 

Basically I want to hear everything he has to say.

Are there any other authors out there that are worth reading along the same lines?

Guy Claude Burger. He is more in tune with Nature than Aajonus. Like Aajonus, he has tales of laboratories burning down with all of his papers, but he is more in line with  rawpalaeodieters. Only catch is that he blames raw meats for his wife's cancer. Sweet fruits are not the answer!

Off Topic / Re: Anti-palaeo planned obsolescence
« on: February 21, 2019, 03:44:04 am »
Link is broken.

I'm not sure if planned obsolescence is really a thing. I think it may just be that people want the cheapest available, and the cheapest doesn't last.

For instance, I have seen several Dell LCD monitors last far more than the competition, but many people often buy other brands because they're slightly cheaper.
I disagree. I have previously avoided buying Dell monitors given bad reviews re durability etc.  I have noted that some manufacturers of washing machines can produce  washing machines  that last 35 years on average, instead of the usual 15 or so. It is therefore possible to manufacture long-lasting items.

Off Topic / Anti-palaeo planned obsolescence
« on: February 20, 2019, 09:03:30 pm »
I have always loathed the tendency for companies to produce goods that they know will only last from 2 to 5 years because they have built in limitations to their gadgets/goods to ensure this. This leads to very severe waste. Well, in the Netherlands, a "Repair-Cafe" movement got started  which encourages people to learn how to repair the devices they buy, and now many other countries have this  as well:-

This is not the thread for discussing AV, it is supposed to be about iconic raw-meat-eating scenes in films/TV.  I  will lock this thread now for a few days  and expect no more on AV in future unless someone wants to post in the primal diet forum, for example. I will unlock this thread some time later, and expect more relevant threads on iconic scenes of raw-meat-consumption in the media in future.

The simple fact that allergies to raw dairy are the number 1 mentioned problem among RVAFers over the years is data enough. And given that I focused on an issue that had nothing whatsoever to do with raw vs cooked, but the common component of excess calcium present in both raw and pasteurised, I made a good point. It was you who failed to show evidence that calcium is somehow rendered way more dangerous via cooking - as I had pointed out, if anything, calcium in pasteurised dairy would be likely to be less absorbable, not more.

As regards diet, I am sure there were HGs who ate high fat high sugar diets, of a mostly raw nature. After all, the so-called "palaeo" diet was extremely varied and changed according to different climates etc. As long as the food was raw and unprocessed and extremely varied, it seems logical to me that such HGs would have been very healthy. Some humans do indeed  exist well on very extreme diets, but these require different genetics to adapt to them. For example, the Inuit have extra-large livers which allow them to digest more protein than other humans, given their mostly zero-carb diet.

does not have to be cooked   glycation will happen with raw too
  Err, please don't exaggerate this. Be honest, heat makes things worse. I recall that you previously  "overlooked" the harm done by  ALEs(alpha lipoxidation end-products). What I mean is that  HGs consuming, occasionally,  some raw honeycomb or raw sugar-cane, combined with  raw animal fats such as raw beaver fat or whatever, would not have suffered, healthwise.

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