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General Discussion / Re: Mucus - beneficial or harmful?
« on: September 25, 2018, 10:48:22 am »
The price I pay for maintaining optimal raw carnivorous adaption, is having to adhere to very strict limitations. No cooked foods, No honey or dairy. Very limited amounts of low glycemic, low starch plant foods. Sometimes I will crave and eat small amounts of random foods such as tree nuts, rose hips, pumpkin seeds, other fermented foods like kombucha and Raw fermented coconut yogurt ,as well as adding wider variety to my salad mixes. Nothing too extreme....small amounts of onions, herbs, avocado, olives, olive oil and vinegar, a pinch of shredded raw cheese.

Almost always my body tells me when I have had too much of something, and I will lose all inclination for such exotic gastronomic machinations. All these other foods are eaten intermittently and in very modest portions.

Within a couple of days of any cheating results in bad symptoms of food intolerance. At that point I will usually fast for a day and go back to the strict raw meat and fat based diet. Cooked foods no longer are an option, every now and then I can tolerate small amounts of lightly cooked fish, but regular consumption of cooked meat causes bloating and poor digestion. On occasion I have tried eating cooked bone broth and other types of paleoish soups. Small amounts are usually not a problem, but there is a stopping point, that if crossed leads to negative symptoms.

Unpleasant symptoms will usually resolve when the problem foods are eliminated. Though I do not claim this to be the ultimate orthorexia orthodoxy, typically a clean diet of clean food that is well suited to the individuals biological needs should not need anything else to facilitate cleansing and rejuvenation. Most cleansing protocols recommended by the alternative health field are misguided and often more harmful than good. If the body cannot cleanse itself through balancing the diet and environment, adding extraneous protocols or supplements wont offer lasting relief. If a diet doesn't seem to work without having to implement such supplemental protocols then the diet may need to be adjusted.

General Discussion / Re: Mucus - beneficial or harmful?
« on: September 22, 2018, 10:21:26 pm »
This is where you may have never fully adapted to fat digestion. Long term dairy consumption creates a gut environment that in some cases isnt ideal for fat digestion. The sugar in milk inhibits ketosis as well as suppresses the bodies ability to fully utilize fats as an energy source. In those cases it may take up to 3 weeks or longer to clear out all the milk sugars and proteins in order to truly be able to begin to adapt to high fat digestion.

General Discussion / Re: Mucus - beneficial or harmful?
« on: September 22, 2018, 09:29:25 am »
Yes, Dairy does cause me a number of negative issues, such as bloating constipation and fatigue. Usually by the third consecutive day of consuming even minimal amounts will cause these issues, and by the second day of dairy cessation those issues will resolve.

General Discussion / Re: Mucus - beneficial or harmful?
« on: September 17, 2018, 10:27:30 am »
I only get those kind of symptoms whenever I consume Dairy.

General Discussion / Re: Fermented Coconut
« on: September 13, 2018, 11:27:07 pm »
Yeah now that you mention it, it did feel similar to a die off reaction,  and after I stopped I did feel a lot better. There are some powerful microbes in this batch, nearly all the sugar has been consumed, and it bubbles with effervescent fermentation.

Its that sensation on the tongue of a slightly sour, enzymatic, tingly feeling that seems intuitivly good...For about a week I would only steal a little taste from my girlfriends stash, only a couple of spoonfuls a day, and felt real good with it, but after buying my own and compulsively consuming 4 jars in a three day period, the microbiol effects were unexpectedly too strong.

I think that there is some merit here worth being explored further, this may be helpful for people who are overrun with overgrowth, and could benefit from more whole food based solutions.

My girlfriend has an on again off again addiction to dairy, and will occasionally binge on sugar laced cows milk yogurt, but has recently switched over to this coconut yogurt and she seems to do well with it. It seems a better alternative to the dairy based probiotics, as well as the caffeine and sugar laced kombutcha drinks that she was drinking.

General Discussion / Re: Fermented Coconut
« on: September 13, 2018, 11:50:43 am »
Its sold refrigerated, has a short expiration date, and is labeled Raw.

I was eating a jar a day for a few days and had some strange effects, not too sure exactly if I was just eating too much or if there was some other factor involved....I feel that there was something pycho active going on, not entirely bad, but not good either...perhaps some kind of microbiol battle, or perhaps didn't give my body time to adjust to the bongkrekic acids. My stomach and digestion felt fine, energy was good, but for some reason I began to feel a little angry, almost to the point of rage, which isn't very typical.

I stopped eating it a couple of days ago and feel fine now, perhaps I just ate too much all at once, during a time of stress, while not use to the fungal enthiogenic effect . Still have a couple of jars left, and might try to just eat a little at a time to see if smaller amounts are an issue..... Its weird how normally I am very disciplined and have good self control with all other foods, but when I take a taste of the stuff its very difficult to stop eating it until the jar is gone.

Health / Re: Should i be scared of hiv?
« on: September 13, 2018, 10:06:35 am »
HIV is a myth!

That said there are a myriad of other biological agents that do pass back and forth between sexual partners...this is likely an attempt by Gaia to induce genetic viability between mated pairs. A partner who is toxic and promiscuous with other toxic people will accrue the necessary cleansing agents and pass them on to any partner. This is part of the bordello hive immunity theory...

Good news is that if you are not already toxic and immunological deranged you should be able to handle most of the run of the mill dirty girl inoculations...that said, there are some really wicked mutagenic biological agents evolving within the cesspool of the drug scene, so i wouldn't bet my manhood on it or anything.

After years of going back and forth between the libertine and the prudish mentality, I am more convinced that people should choose their mates with more care than they typically do. Even if you do not breed, its still a good idea to chose people to simulate the reproductive act with who harbor comparably wholesome viral antigens, and who are not shedding mutagenic biological agents due to drug or environmentally induced biological derangement!

General Discussion / Fermented Coconut
« on: September 05, 2018, 12:20:19 pm »
100% Raw fermented young coconut

My girlfriend has been eating this stuff for a while, I just tasted it the other day and found it to be very satisfying.  I am hopelessly addicted to coconut butter as it is, and perhaps this may be a better and rawer alternative. Still going to give it a little while before fully endorsing the stuff, but the first impression has been positive.

Journals / Re: Pagangoyims Journal
« on: September 05, 2018, 10:57:19 am »
God love what AV has done for the Raw Food community, his theories regarding the nature of bacteria and viruses are ingenious, and not given the attention which they deserve under the germ phobic medical model....As insightful as some of his revelations were many of us never were able to follow his dairy and veggie juice protocols, without negative side effects.

Dairy and veggie juice is good for inducing dairy and veggie juice detox symptoms for many people.

Off Topic / Re: Give us a laugh !
« on: September 04, 2018, 11:09:23 pm »

Off Topic / Re: Scientist claims treatment enables people to live to 150
« on: September 04, 2018, 11:43:20 am »
Although I believe it is possible for science to oneday discover how to significantly delay the aging process, and rejuvenate damaged tissues, I will remain skeptical of any experimental lab rat reports until they can be proved in the real world.

Sure these mice might live longer, but what the hell does this stuff do to their genes?, and how may it affect their offspring? There are countless questions which only multiply generation human studies could actually answer. The problem is that these investment drivin schemes need immediate returns or else the endeavor will go belly up way before the results are in. This is a quintessential capitalistic conundrum.

Perhaps one day after humanity becomes freed from the motives of greed, a federation of open-source Scientist/Sorcerers will diligently work in the field of life enhancement, passing down knowledge and discovery learned through careful experimentation, from generation to generation systematically, and without being tied to the monetary gain chain there would be nothing to stop such inevitable breakthroughs from occurring......then again from the state of affairs as they are today it is just as likely for mutant monkeys to fly out of their rears.

"Harvard Professor David Sinclair and researchers from the University of New South Wales developed the new process, which involves reprogramming cells."

Maybe I'm a bit cynical, but words like "Harvard Professor", 'New Process", and"involves reprogramming cells" dont fill me with much optimism for the ultimate outcome.

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: September 01, 2018, 10:26:35 pm »
The RTL documentary where the woman was over acting was intentionally done in a disingenuous manner. RTL is a mainstream media conglomerate that runs amok over the german and dutch world with corporate propaganda.

Galileo the program now following Shaun Baker, is an independent format whose producer is personally interested in testing the merits of a meat based diet.
When Shauns episode comes out I will be there to spam post my segment in the comment sections of multiple platforms.

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: September 01, 2018, 10:10:53 pm »
I understand your concern, and generally tend to avoid posting about cooked meat, but in this thread these cooked meat celebrities are in a way relevant to some of my own media exposure. The same German documentary that did a raw segment on me is now following Shaun baker, and the same pod cast that interviews many cooked dieters also interviewed me.

I am creating a crossover media, and using the exposure of cooked meat based diet to interject the raw message with effect. When I have time to do so I am spamming some of the comment sections of these cooked keto newbies with the raw message. The wild fire of viral information is spreading the cooked meat message across the web right now, so it is up to us to walk the line and create a counterbalanced narrative in the hopes of using the cooked meat mania hype to draw attention to the raw alternatives.

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: September 01, 2018, 10:34:26 am »

The German documentary group that did a segment on me a few years back is now doing a show with Shaun Baker and his cooked meat diet. The show is popular in Germany and the producer of the show was very open to the health benefits of a meat based diet.

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: August 31, 2018, 07:40:55 am »
This interview is more of an introduction than a final statement. I spoke with him after the interview and we are planning on doing some follow up discussions where I can get into some greater depth on particular topics. Im going to do another butcher video that will detail the entire process from picking up the animal from the farm to harvesting and preserving all the various parts. Then we will skype interview on the podcast with the footage as a backdrop, as he and the audience will ask should be very educational

I will continue to post any other updates regarding upcoming projects here.

I'm still very much trying to find my voice and am unsure about how to express certain ideas to audiences who may be unfamiliar with the raw unorthodoxy, that goes against what has been preached as dietary dogma for so long, even many in the alternative fields have difficulty in abandoning the old paradigms, taboos, and superstitions. Hopefully I can play some small part by linking into this new trend of low carb carnivore, that seems to be gaining momentum at the moment, and connect with some of the prominent thought leaders in the public arena and offer my first hand experience and insight, that it might help the growing number of newbies out there to better find their own way through the endless morass of conflicting information ....Though this way of living may never reach the attention of the majority, so long as there is a strong , vibrant, and vocal minority of people who are able to enjoy this way of life, then at least those whom wish it, will have the opertunity, freedom , and information necessary to pursue so as well.

As time goes by, more and more evidence will come out, giving validation to the raw cause, and with the latest wave of the new fangled neo-primal pilgrims soon to be coming of age, it wont be long before it will be impossible for the mainstream world to ignore...

"We are Here, We are Here" -Horton hears a Who

Off Topic / Re: Disturbing news re America
« on: August 29, 2018, 11:32:03 pm »
The economic matrix of the United states is far removed from the "Bear" necessities of life, its ridiculous. There is plenty of wealth that could be directed towards more optimal nutrition, but instead of using our empires wealth to truly give the good life to the common people, vast sums of wealth are being squandered in superficial and idiocratic fashions. 

Health care has become a racket which swallows about one fifth of the nation's wealth, while almost none of the money is being utilized for ensuring the proper nutritional and environmental conditions which are known to be the most important factors in establishing and maintaining good health.

The military industrial complex has stollen half of our economic and scientific power and is using it to maintain a system of feudalism to police the second world and prevent other nations from becoming independently wealthy.

Then american vanity takes an other huge chunk of our wealth and spends ludicrous amounts of money on frivolous entertainments.....Hollywood, organized sports, and various other incarnations of bread and circuses.

The amount of wasted wealth boggles the mind!

The army core of engineers could turn our entire midwestern wilderness into sustainable grazing pasture for supper herds of free ranging ruminants, and recreate the conditions where the millions of buffalo once roamed. Harvesting vastly greater amounts of meat from the vacant frontier lands and selling it at a fair market price is totally within the scope of what is reasonable....if only the government would stop stupidly subsidising soy, corn, chemotherapy, and military excesses, and put a fraction of that money toward the management of large scale free ranging meat production operations.

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: August 29, 2018, 11:53:49 am »
I was always skeptical of the instinctos proclivities for large amounts of fruits. Two bites of pineapple after eating a half a pound of mackerel is about my limit. There is a point when experience must keep instinct in check. I could easily eat a half a pineapple and perhaps crave more, but from my experience the next day after eating more than a miniscule portion of fruit my ability to digest fat gets messed up and I don't feel like eating much of anything until the fruit fully cleared from the gut.

People typically come to these diets already severely addicted to sugar. My first baby foods were apple juice and rice cereal. These early exposures create pavlovian dopamine triggers, which can last a lifetime. The salavory reaction persisting even after years of low carb living. My instinctive aversion to the hangover effect is more of a secondary reaction, based on learned experience regarding the long term effects of various dietary actions. The same aversion applies to the use of Alcohol which I avoid like the plague.

I have a differing view of mineral Balancing.... perhaps I am something of an anomaly for some reason anything more than trace amounts of salt cause a very strong aversion. Even before going paleo I never added salt to my food. Ive tried experimenting with different types and different amounts, but it always seems that consuming supplemental salt causes me to feel bloated, retain water, and even headache. I have always known about being chronically mineral depleted for years before ever going paleo. I had hair analysis readings in which my potassium and magnesium were inverted...potassium being off the chart high and magnesium being low. My selenium, zinc and copper have also always been low, though the last test about 3 years ago was much closer to normal range. I am going to wait till next year and get another Hair analisis to see how much a year of bone eating has changed the profile.

There is a synergy with mineral ratios that varies greatly from one individual to another. I believe that excess salt can cause the body to flush out other minerals from the bones in order to maintain the proper ratios, and over years the reserves can be depleted to the point where the tissues have little reserves to replenish the bloods electrolytes after periods of exertion. Eating the entire bone mineral matrix already predisolved and ready to assimilate will eliminate any cramping in just a couple of hours...Actually I do not get cramps as long as I am eating enough bone, drinking enough blood, and having the occasional seafood. Only after going over three days without these foods do I begin to notice symptoms of electrolyte imbalance. Also my joints feel noticeably stronger, and my overall strength and fitness level is as good as ever.

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: August 29, 2018, 05:23:33 am »
Encouraging others to develop instinctive eating habits is at the core of my basic ideology and is paramount to my own particular eating habits. Encouraging people to take personal responsibility in developing their own diet and with time and experience gain the self knowledge needed to make periodic alterations to the diet in accord with changing internal nutritional needs and external food availability.

There may be no way back to being able to entirely use our senses to find a living in balance within nature's rhythms, but we can study our own reactions to unnatural modes, and seek out ways of living that are more in accord with the necessities of life.

Our senses are extremely powerful tools, only it seems they have been far too long neglected and allowed to go to waste in the modern world. Shopping for food and buying only what is prepackaged, gives little opertunity for the development of instinctive eating, many of the foods are then thoroughly cooked and inundated with seasonings and artificial ingredients.

By stripping the diet down to just a few raw essentials, the senses are set free from the intoxications of desensitising foods, and after a period of realignment it may be possible to begin to use cravings judiciously to integrate other foods outside the scope of Raw Paleo. This is a bit of a gray area because it can be difficult to tell if these cravings are not driven by ulterior motives, such as a deep longing for the opiates of dairy....or else by a social need to do as others do so as to fit into what is normal.

I could probably expand my diet further and experiment much more than I am currently. I have begun to eat dissolved bones that have been cooked with vinegar, which is very effective with eliminating keto cramping without the need for salt or other mineral supplements. When at the sushi bar I will also eat a side salad with some sweet ginger sauce, and a couple of pieces of complementary pineapple. When I eat a lot of fish without enough fat, a little carbs seems to help alleviate the protein overload.

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: August 28, 2018, 10:44:03 am »
The podcast is set for Wednesday 1:30 CST

Off Topic / Re: Give us a laugh !
« on: August 26, 2018, 06:54:55 am »
Many people who live their entire lives sheltered by civilization and eating everything sterilized and bleached, can be thrown into a state of extreme shock from exposure to exotic microbes, that the locals have built up adaptive tolerance to....especially if those peoples own microbiomes are already weak and their bodies already toxic... for such people a bad meal of slightly tainted food can be the straw that broke the camel's back.

Also not funny but relevant story, My girlfriends sister went to Egypt and ended up falling off a camel and broke her back... they installed a titanium plate , which she didn't need and was allergic to...spent over a year in absolute pain before eventually getting the hardware removed and her back repaired properly...

Egypt wouldnt be my first choice for a dream vacation...but to each thier own.

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: August 25, 2018, 12:04:40 pm »
The topic of heat generated toxins should be fairly easy for most people to comprehend, without having to go into all the scientific names of the various specific carcinogens. I would like to develop vernacular terms to offer up as easy to comprehend explanations for phenomenon such as Advanced glycation end-products, by referring to them as caramelized proteins that gunk up the metabolic works.

The ways in which information is virtually transferred these days through memes and thought bits, it may helpful to to use a number of different approaches as to reach people on many wavelengths. I was thinking about turning the Socratic method to the subject of first speaking to the benefits of raw and finish by begging the question "what are the benefits of cooking" then going about debunking all the  ad nausea presumptive rhetoric that has been used to justify the addictive and detrimental habit of cooking meat. I think it would play out best to become involved in a dialectic, back and forth with the host. Tristan is smart, but I have noticed some logistic holes regarding his stance on cooking, which could give me good opportunities of making convincing counterpoints for those whose minds are open.

I will try not to make the entire conversation raw centric, in consideration for the host and the primal worlds proclivity for cooked flesh. It would do good to find common ground and relate common experiences, as well as share in practical information which would be of help to both Raw and cooked based communities.

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: August 24, 2018, 09:53:28 am »
It looks like the interview might take place sometime on monday, still waiting for exact time confirmation.

I would be open to any other bright ideas regarding what information would best be shared with what seems like a mostly cooked keto host and audience?

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