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Does it still be considered 100% grass fed?
Does the difference is only of "taste", or also of the nutrients?
Do the cattle repair the damage from Silage in the summer months when they eat only fresh grass?


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Health / Re: Help buying a dehydrator :)
« on: June 26, 2017, 03:45:10 am »
That's good. The cheapest electric dehydrators start at 25 dollars but they don't have a thermostat to turn down the temperature. You gotta pay 30 dollars to get one of those. I broke down and ordered the one I linked to in my last post. It should be here in a couple days and I'll be able to review it. The main thing I plan on making is ground beef heart jerky. It tastes almost as good as hamburger jerky. Tomatoes are on sale this week but they are the regular ones. Small Romas sliced in half and placed upright so they don't drip are the best for drying.

I ordered the Solar Dehydrator. Do you have any idea how long will it take for tomatoes in  these Solar dehydrators?

I also have great interest in ground beef heart jerky. How much ground beef to ground heart ratio do you use?
Heart has the most pleasing taste for me in organs.

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Health / Re: Help buying a dehydrator :)
« on: June 25, 2017, 02:17:56 pm »
Here's a link to solar dehydrators on Ebay if anyone is interested.

http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_odkw=outdoor+dehydrator&_osacat=0&_from=R40&_trksid=p2045573.m570.l1313.TR0.TRC0.H1.Xhanging+dehydrator.TRS1&_nkw=hanging+dehydrator&_sacat=0

Here's a link to a large cheap plastic commercial style one with all the electronics located in the back or on top that I am considering buying if I decide to get another one. They are asking 54.99 including tax and shipping for it. Don't know why I didn't see this one before. I did see it on Amazon for 89.00 though. Luckily I'm getting a full refund on the one that broke and canceled my order on the second one. I thought when I woke up this morning I would have made a decision but I still want to wait a little longer and think about it a little more.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/8-Tray-Commercial-Food-Dehydrator-Electric-Dryer-Blower-Jerky-Fruit-Meat-w-Timer-/292088170515?hash=item4401cfc813:g:Jz8AAOSweWVXf3Ls

Hanging dehydrators cost 12 USD if you buy them from China (but delivery time will take 2 to 3 weeks)

http://www.ebay.com/itm/3-Layer-Universal-Fish-Net-Drying-Rack-Folding-Hanging-Prawn-Crab-Dryer-Hanger-F-/302275101216?hash=item4661000220:g:X-cAAOSw03lY5fiw

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Off Topic / Re: What to do with apples and grapes from your garden?
« on: March 08, 2017, 12:23:07 pm »
Thanks.
I do have a dehydrator, but I don't think I would be able to dehydrate such a big amount of fruits. I will try to learn how to dehydrate using the energy of sun.
It seems raisin making is a tough job.
Also I have to read about tsukemono pickling


Eveheart:

Women of South Korea live longer than women of any other country. What do they have in their food which make them so healthy? Is it the use of Kimchi type salt pickles?

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Off Topic / What to do with apples and grapes from your garden?
« on: March 07, 2017, 06:26:56 pm »
We have got a summer garden this year. There are 3 Grapes and 2 Apples Trees in the Garden which give a lot of fruits.

Now question is what to do with them?

Is there any way of preserving/fermenting their juice without the formation of alcohol?

Or what else could be done with them. Any suggestion?

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Off Topic / Re: EMF sensitivity gaining more public awareness
« on: December 22, 2016, 09:21:01 am »
This EMF thing is new to me. I am living on 3rd floor with over dozen Wi-Fi signals active (3 of them with full strength).

So, what to do against it?

If I shut down my Wi-Fi, still there are 15 more WiFis in the neighbourhood which are active. Does turning off Wifi of my laptop and mobile phone help me?

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Health / Re: Dental Braces for 9 years old girl ...
« on: September 14, 2016, 12:01:32 am »
Ok. I got success.
There are 3 doctors in my city and the surroundings. And all have very good ratings from other people.

Thanks.

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Off Topic / Re: Chemicals in household-products cause damage to health
« on: September 13, 2016, 03:10:24 pm »
i use hydrogen peroxide.

Its not ideal but Its cheap and easy I dont feel any negative affect from it and am otherwise very snesitive to cleaning products.

for my dishes I just use hot water generally.

What do you use for washing the clothes?

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Health / Re: Dental Braces for 9 years old girl ...
« on: September 13, 2016, 03:03:15 pm »
Braces are butchery. THey ruined my teeth. Its a giant money scam.

krozat is far superior in every way but its really hard to find someone who does it since the orthodontists will crucify you for doing it.

I know a dentist who does it but he does it quietly since hes afraid of the orthodontists. Hes in nyc and i can refer you if you want.

Thanks svrn.
I am already convinced that Krozat/Crozat is far superior way after reading about it.
I tried to search for a Crozat specialist in my country, but failed up till now.
Nevertheless, I got a reply from one person about it.
He wrote: "Unfortunately, most Crozat gurus are gone now and the newer, easier-to-use appliances (sagittal, Herbst, DNA, etc.) are much more popular. Rest assured, the newer appliances accomplish the same thing as the Crozat but generally in a more efficient manner."

Do you know about these new appliances (sagittal, Herbst, DNA)?

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Off Topic / Re: Chemicals in household-products cause damage to health
« on: September 08, 2016, 03:05:03 pm »
Which natural products do you use for different types of cleaning then?

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... feeding on hard to digest plant matter increased acid levels ...

Could you tell me which hard to digest plants are you referring here?

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dariorpl,

Could you please also tell me the science behind Tomatoes why they are so helpful against the constipation when used along with meat?

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Dear eveheart, you have given a ray of hope.

It seems that family is open for any type of therapy. Wife herself knew about this disease and she is now planning to go for 8 weeks cure in the clinic. But they still have to find out what therapy they are going to be offered in the clinic.

I have searched and it seems that DBT is fully covered through Medical Insurance in Germany. And there are specialists in the city that she is residing.

Other possibilities that are available and we will try to achieve are:

* neuroprogrammer 3  (as suggested by Tylor)

* Aromatherapy  (especially Passionflower is reported to be helpful in the stress situations)

* I am asking question to myself if diet and good habits are going to make the difference? I doubt that she will start eating Paleo. But still her diet could be made better by using lot of fish and vegetable  and perhaps using cold pressed virgin coconut oil for better digestion.
At present her diet is very bad with consists of lot of bread and cakes and other sweet stuff.


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Thanks.

Today we again talked each other. He told me that hoarding was initially the problem, but now things have gone to the stage where there is a danger of complete nervous break down.

He told me that she knows very well and recognise that she has hoarding and nerves problems. But it is very difficult for her to give up her bad habits.

And when I asked about the bad habits, then he replied that she comes back from work at 1800, and then she starts watching TV till 02:00 clock in the morning. Then she sleeps till 0700.  This means she is not sleeping more than 4 to 5 hours daily.

My friend asked her many times to change this habit, but very difficult to make her to do any thing. And this is what @Brad462 wrote above and he is very true about it.

Now with time she is loosing her health completely and she is unable to face even a small challenge in the life any more. She has become aggressive and making life of her family very very difficult, especially the daughter who now fears a lot from Mama.

My friend was weeping all the time. I don't know how to help him.

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Off Topic / Compulsive Hoarding ... any Cure through Raw Paleo possible?
« on: August 20, 2016, 04:35:35 pm »

One of my friend is in crises situation.

His wife got severe Nerves problems. Main problem is compulsive hoarding.

He discussed it with me while I am changing my diet to Paleo and already having good effects. Unfortunately, I am too new to Paleo to give him any advice.
He told me that she went for cure in the clinic for 8 weeks, but nothing worked.

Please help.

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Do not throw away the whole coconut because because of bad water or moldy parts. If there's good meat you can use it regardless of whats happening in the rest of the coconut.

Moldy coconut isnt bad for you, it just produces a much stronger detox.

Diarreah is good, sometimes it just gets in the way of your life though and you dont have time for such strong detox, but the result will only be positive.

Im currently having trouble with any raw eggs as they make me detox too much so im not eating them again until i have time to be somewhat incapacitated while the eggs pulls out whatever they are working on. I will however happily push through the diarreah for cleansing when i have the time.

Your provided informations are very much appreciated svrn. Thanks a lot.

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Never such much bad coconuts for me.

Unless you are tossing the whole thing because there is a moldy part. There are moldy parts to most coconuts. Icut those out and juice the good parts. When juicing make sure the coconut meat is about 80 degrees becaue you will get much less cream if it is cold. one good way to do that is just let the meat soak in warm water not to hot for your hand to be submerged in it without pain. THen run it through the juicer multiple times.

Thanks svrn. Your provided details are very valuable about juicing the coconut.

My method of checking is to drink the water of ripe brown coconut. If water is good, then I eat the coconut. But if water is bad, then I throw away the whole coconut.

The bad coconut water (or bad coconut itself too) give me diarrhoea, even in small quantities.

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What to do with the BAD coconuts?

I bought coconuts from different sources, but 60% to 80% were always bad. I don't know how to come over this problem.

Is it normal? Do you also get such big numbers of bad coconuts?

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General Discussion / Re: Raw Coconuts Vs. Coconut Oil
« on: July 12, 2016, 10:57:18 pm »
Also if you want something extremely decadent and delicious, try dipping small pieces of whole coconut into melted coconut butter...yum

Is it possible that one melts the coconut butter and it still stays raw?
Please tell us how you do it, otherwise I only know heating the butter in the pan.

PS:
Thanks Sabertooth for the advice about coconut butter. I got nothing else, but only the normal store bought coconut flakes. I just put them in the mixer and made the coconut butter.
And it has already brought health benefits for me. Especially digestive system is working better and cravings are going away when I eat coconut butter with animal fat.

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General Discussion / Re: Raw Coconuts Vs. Coconut Oil
« on: July 11, 2016, 12:16:59 am »
I will occasionally eat whole coconuts, though primarily consume the coconut butter, Coconut cream is also good, I dont eat the oil, (but will use it externally , or to make herbal infusions with)

The Oil is touted more so than the whole raw coconut for reasons of marketing and in a consumer culture, just as much as for reasons of health. Whole coconuts have limited shelf life, are much more difficult to ship, and take the kind of physicality and determination to open that the average consumerist simply does not possess. The oil on the other hand is a highly marketable product that fits well within the grocery store paradigm of our times. To its credit VCO is a much healthier alternative to cooking oils like Corn, canola, cotton seed or soy.

For me Coconut butter is the Goldilocks of all preparations, being happy medium between whole raw coconuts ,and the oil....Whole Raw coconut is good, especially when super fresh, though living in Kentucky is not always an option. I have noticed Whole Raw Coconut is a little too much enigmatically laxative activity, though if I eat it for a number of days in a row the laxative effects diminish as tolerance builds, but there seems to be some enzymatic overload level which limits the amount of coconut fat I can consume from whole coconuts.

Coconut oil is too striped down of all the other elements, and I dont care to use it.

I have a theory that the process of dehydrating coconut denatures some of the enzyme factors which in excess cause gastric distress and limit the amount one can comfortably consume? Even the coconut cream seems to have adverse gastric effects in high amounts, compared with the butter..... Coconut butter is essentially dried coconut which has been pureed. Ive made it myself from whole coconuts, but its a damn labor intensive process and very expensive to have bulk quantities of fresh coconuts shipped from the tropics.....


So, from where do you get your coconut butter? Do you buy the finished product?

What about the dried coconut flakes that we can buy in the Organic shops? Can we use them to make the coconut butter?

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Health / Re: Dental Braces for 9 years old girl ...
« on: July 08, 2016, 09:40:14 am »
This little child sounds interesting. Are you close enough to your cousin's family to know how this situation came about? Usually, there are three broad possible explanations for a child's strange feeding patterns: (1) ignorant and neglectful parents who don't feed the right foods, (2) the child has hypersensitive taste buds and things do actually taste wrong in her mouth, and (3) some children have a more "contrary" personality than others and they do these things in defiance of some of their parents' wishes, just for the joy of feeling powerful.

If you think about what's going on to cause her behavior, you might find a useful strategy. I have a 6-year old granddaughter who wants only blueberries and grilled-cheese sandwiches. I think she is a little of #2 (hypersensitive taste buds) and a lot of #3 (defiant child). I've done things like let her dip a food in a dish of water to "wash off some of the taste." Yes, it's a ploy, but it works sometimes, along with a whole bunch of other tricks. My underlying strategy, though, is to accept and validate her pickiness so as not to increase her defiance, and give her lots of power when it comes to making other choices.

Let us know how it's going.

Child's mother has a lot of psychological issues. I am afraid that child has also inherited it from her mother. Lately, she has been diagnosed for having pituitary gland problems and 90% of it has been cut off.
But still she (the mother) has a lot of Nerves problems and she is close to Nervous break down. Soon she has to go to the Nerves Clinic  for 8 weeks where she will have no connection with the outer world including the family.

Actually I feel she (the mother) needs more help than the daughter.

The child has extra sensitive taste buds (the biggest problem).
She also has Problem no 1 too (mother cannot cook while all kind of work brings a lot of load to her nerves and she starts weeping or start abusing people around her). But father does his best to cook, but he cannot control all the things while family is little broken due to the mother.
She may also has the problem no 3 too (at least to some extent). Her behaviour is childish as compared to her age.

She is changing though with her age. She is now drinking a glass of raw milk every day (not grass fed milk). She has started eating a little ground meat. She eats only fish finger. But still no vegetables or salads.

Is there any good supplement for children in America? (I can order through iherb.com or on amazon for world wide dilivery).

Also, the next  big question will be how to help her mother too. 



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Health / Re: Dental Braces for 9 years old girl ...
« on: July 06, 2016, 05:09:48 am »
Vitamin K-2 is the most important for making the jaws large enough for all the teeth. It can be supplemented, but foods rich in it include natto and aged cheeses, the more aged the better. Vitamin D is very important as well, foods rich in it include fatty fish.

I am thankful for all the help.
Raw cheese could be a good addition. Actually, I already bought her raw milk Bergkäse (Mountain Cheese). But I then read that quality of Bergkäse is not good as it is heated above 37 degree Celsius.
Could you please name any/some, that could be bought in Germany (or may be bought online from France)? (I never ate cheese and thus have no knowledge about them).

Natto will be a challenge. I myself never ate it and I think it tastes strong (may be a problem for her to eat). Nevertheless, I will try.

Fish is also a problem. She eats only Fish finger. I have to make fish fingers from mackerel myself.

Doctor has already asked to get her the dental braces. Is it ok?


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Health / Re: Dental Braces for 9 years old girl ...
« on: July 03, 2016, 03:15:52 am »
Thank you Tylor.
I  have been reading about the different types of diets that you mentioned above and it is indeed helping me.

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Health / Dental Braces for 9 years old girl ...
« on: July 01, 2016, 03:45:36 am »

My cousin's daughter has very narrow face and jaw. She eats nothing healthy.

She eats/drinks practically no milk, no meat, no vegetables, no fish. She eats only bread and rice and noddles and that too not so much.

She already have health problems (nasal congestion 12 months, she could only breath through open mouth, no stamina to run or to walk longer, childish behaviour as compared to kids of her age.

Now dentist is saying that she has narrow jaw and new teeth are not getting enough space to come out at the proper place. Dentist suggested detal braces (which cost a lot) and still no guarantee that they will work at the end.

I am always telling her to eat properly, and she has responded little positively and now she has started drinking milk (raw milk, but not from grass fed cow). She has also eating fish finger. In fruits, she eats bananas, apples, strawberry and some  times also oranges (Raw Paleo is not for her as her parents are themselves not convinced).

How can I help this little girl?   :(



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My butchers have no clue about glands, either. Independent butchers seem to take what they will sell and put the rest into a barrel for the renderer. Large slaughterhouses harvest some glands separately to be processed into glandular supplements, but they won't necessarily sell them to individuals.

I googled diagrams of the anatomy of sheep and did my own exploring. The butcher gave me the whole bag of innards, but it wasn't hard to figure out what went where. It was like dissecting a cat in biology class, but bigger and messier. I also googled anatomy diagrams of fish and oysters and dissected a few before I ate them.

Eve, could you please tell me about Fish.
Which glands of the fish do you find are eatable?
What types of fish are you consuming and which are the most tasty one.



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