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Welcoming Committee / Re: Introducing myself.
« on: November 15, 2019, 03:48:35 pm »
Welcome to the forum! Just one thing, "primal" refers actually to the Primal Diet which involves eating a lot of raw dairy, raw veggie-juice, raw honey and raw nuts and a little fruit along with the raw meat.

General Discussion / Re: Raw meat diet article in the Daily Mail
« on: November 15, 2019, 01:37:27 am »
Yes but not to gain muscles or to lose fat. These girls are trying to lose fat and appear muscular for pageants of whatever.
  Wrong. Bones of palaeolithic humans show bone-densities much higher than modern humans, akin to modern Olympic athletes or higher. Thicker bone-densities is a sign of extra muscle-mass as well.

General Discussion / Re: Raw meat diet article in the Daily Mail
« on: November 15, 2019, 12:17:42 am »
She does look good. But I wish more women would stress the importance of a natural body.. working out is an unhealthy ideal for women. For men to some extent.
Palaeo women did a lot of physical exercise, it's needed and natural. I do agree re the extra layers of fat on women being a sign of health, though.

Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: Another failed Carnivore Attempt
« on: November 15, 2019, 12:16:17 am »
Seems unlikely. The larger liver is a more plausible hypothesis. What I mean is that plenty of non-Inuit have tried a RZC Inuit-like diet and not succeeded long-term. I am sure that their gut bacteria was of the right variety by the time they started having long-term issues(many having them only after 2-3 years or so). Other than the right gut bacteria and a larger liver, I cannot think of anything else that could enhance the digestion/absorption of a RZC diet, per se. Well, unless much larger intake of vitamin B12 or whatever is required to do RZC long-term without issues?

General Discussion / Re: Raw meat diet article in the Daily Mail
« on: November 14, 2019, 06:12:35 pm »
I rather like this sort of modern re-interpretation of RVAF diets. Before, we always had a few gurus, most of whom claimed to be perfect and demanded 100% acceptance of all their ideas. Now we have multiple people showing how one can pursue a RVAF diet lifestyle and make it seem utterly normal. I agree some shocking is needed a la Sverige, but more normality needs to be stressed as well. I wonder if GS has met Asra Conlu?

Asra isn't raw primal per se, as she does not do raw dairy. She is raw, zero carb or raw carnivore within the raw, palaeolithic diet genre.

General Discussion / Re: Raw meat diet article in the Daily Mail
« on: November 13, 2019, 11:54:34 pm »
Not ideal as they still eat some 40% cooked meat, but their choice. Also, their 100% raw carnivore diet sounds like not succeeding long-term. Unless one is genetically-suited to such a diet, I suspect that some  amounts of raw plant food are also needed occasionally.

Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: Another failed Carnivore Attempt
« on: November 12, 2019, 11:52:24 pm »
Here is my own experience:- after being raw-omnivore raw, palaeolithic for   5 years or so, I tried 3 100% raw animal food  diet experiments(in my case, of course, minus raw dairy products, plus raw organ-meats and high-meats). I would never last more than 5-6 weeks. For the 1st 2 weeks, I would experience a heightened state of mental alertness, well, compared to before. But, within a week of the RZC experiment, I would soon end up with poor stamina with lifting weights/anaerobic  activity. After c. 2 weeks on RZC, I would start getting severe mental fog, poor concentration, massive hunger-pangs which never disappeared no matter how much raw animal food I ate, my teeth, after being strong for years(post-RPD diet-start) started rapidly loosening, and so on and on. I would feel so ill, that,  between weeks 3 and 6, I would quit and switch back to raw, omnivorous raw, palaeolithic diet. Given that I had the same sort of mysterious hunger-pangs while on raw vegan./fruitarian/sproutarian diets, I knew my body was missing raw plant foods, so this was a natural choice. However, switching back, as opposed to switching to RZC diets, caused a lot of problems with my digestion, presumably because my gut bacteria were not of the right variety. It took some weeks for the gut bacteria to change over until my digestion was OK.

My points:-

1)the Inuit have very large livers, designed to process/properly digest all the vast amount of animal protein in their diet. Most of the rest of Mankind do not. This explains why so many RVAFers do not do well, long-term, on RZC diets.

2) I may have made some mistakes when trying RZC. I took care to ensure that I ate a very high percentage of raw animal fat as my diet BUT I think I ate too much in general, thus ingesting too much excess protein.So, I would assume that any RZCer needs to eat much less food, overall. With all that raw animal fat in the diet, anyway, it is likely not necessary to eat so much.

3) After cutting out all raw dairy from my RVAF diet, early on in the diet,  it took c.4 months for significant health-gains to occur. I did notice a tiny boost to my health on every single day of those 4 months, though, thank God, which helped me continue the diet.

Hot Topics / Re: Devil's Advocate
« on: November 09, 2019, 01:26:17 am »
That is often the case, but I have sometimes eaten something raw  which contained some form of toxin and I swiftly vomited them out.The exception was some raw coconut oil which I could not force uop and gave me terrible stomach-aches until it came out the other end.

Health / Re: What is your opinion on cold/heat exposure?
« on: November 02, 2019, 12:38:35 pm »
I read an article where young schoolchildren in Siberia were ordered into swimming-costumes and had buckets of ice-cold water poured over them, while they ran around barefoot in the snow. The point behind the exercise was that this  stimulated their immune-system and this prevented the usual colds and flus they would otherwise have gotten. In my own prep  school, most of the school would routinely get the flu every February, I got it in 4 out of the 5 years I was there.

General Discussion / Re: different races and penis size
« on: October 30, 2019, 03:55:18 am »
There is not enough data to make a definite answer. A long while ago, someone referred to a study on students that showed that white males had larger penises on average. There is another reason to believe that, as the birth-canals/vaginas of Caucasian females are larger/wider than those of other ethnic groups, so one would assume that the equivalent Caucasian males would also have the largest penises in order to fill all that extra space. Also, bear in mind that larger penises are not necessarily perceived as a bonus for men or women women, as the average depth  of the vagina is only 3 to 7 inches, and I read somewhere(?) that women are more likely to cheat on men with larger penises. Also, studies will be skewed if some of the volunteers only joined because they were fond of the fact that they had much larger penises than average.

While my own penis is somewhat larger, I think I  should suggest that it is the size of the testicles that likely should count more.

Science / Re: More dates being pushed back to ancient times
« on: October 26, 2019, 12:04:45 am »
Cool I get what you're saying though, you describe all ape-men of the past to be the same. What a sad state for our race.
I was not suggesting that all apemen were the same. Merely that our various lineages are far more complicated and diverse than the silly notion that we came from 1 adam-and-eve couple a fewtens of  thousands of years ago, like in the Bible.

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