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Off Topic / Derma Prime Plus Reviews - Negative Side Effects or Real
« Last post by dermaprimeplus on May 03, 2022, 06:50:07 pm »
Derma Prime Plus is a dietary supplement that aims to heal, renew and protect the skin of men and women. This skincare formula is as natural as it gets seeing that it is founded on the overall usefulness of natural plants, herbs, vitamins, and minerals.
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Health / Re: High Blood Pressure and Kidney health Concern
« Last post by leadahead on May 03, 2022, 04:03:46 pm »
Thank you for your response and suggestion.
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General Discussion / Re: Uruguyan beef
« Last post by political atheist on May 03, 2022, 03:27:59 pm »
I have often mentioned in the past,  i hope and beleieve on this forum as well that Uruguay is a high potential country for a primal paradise, the weather is perfect for growing pasture, tons of water, temperate subtropical intermediary climate, 5 cows per human and high quality of life and low crime for a 34d world country. Also for anyone traveling in USA aldis super market here in USA has Grass fed beef from Australia and Uruguay. The Australian beef doesn't taste anywhere near as good.  They also have food grass fed steaks at 10 dollars a pound, us grown ribeys and ny strip.

It is warm/hot all year round? Can you walk around in a t shirt  or topless during winter/autumn?

Does grass grow during winter/autumn, for food for cattle/cows?
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Health / Re: High Blood Pressure and Kidney health Concern
« Last post by kelpguy on May 02, 2022, 04:50:50 pm »
Good day!
What raw paleo diet or protocol do you recommend for high blood pressure and kindney health concerns.
Thanks for your answers!

i'd try the carnivore diet (pure) for 30 days and take it from there...
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Health / Re: High Blood Pressure and Kidney health Concern
« Last post by political atheist on May 02, 2022, 02:30:38 am »
Do you have any dentistry material or medical material in your mouth/body?
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Health / High Blood Pressure and Kidney health Concern
« Last post by leadahead on April 30, 2022, 09:43:23 am »
Good day!
What raw paleo diet or protocol do you recommend for high blood pressure and kindney health concerns.
Thanks for your answers!
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Welcoming Committee / Re: New to community, Have some questions
« Last post by MarkR on April 25, 2022, 04:41:57 pm »
Parasites show up in your body when there is a nice environment for them (just like every other living thing). So they will eat, and when the food is gone, they will leave again. Depending on the food in your body, different parasites will show up. The parasites also poop, that poop will be eaten by something else (which will then show up), and this will go on and on until there is food for your 'body' (bacteria). Look into the work of Bechamp about how this works.

If you eat a lot of food that is difficult for your body to utilise, other life is needed to digest it.

Parasite do not cause any illness, these are there to help clean up. If you eat 'unclean' food, you will need parasites/fungi/etc to help clean your body. This is a good thing. Eating the 'unclean' food is the bad thing.

I have been eating pork for almost 2 years, with no problem. Do not have any experience with wild game, but my guess would be that wild game lives way more natural compared to most farmed animals. So i would not worry about it.

Raw oysters are super tasty, for info on 'flesh eating bacteria' (fear mongering) look into Bechamp what might actually be going on there. If there would be a 'human eating bacteria', which us human would have no possibility of defending against, that bacteria would be on top of the food chain.

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Welcoming Committee / Re: New to community, Have some questions
« Last post by smokeyquartz on April 24, 2022, 09:10:24 pm »
Hi consoomer.

Regarding the concern for parasites, you are probably correct.  There are some parasites whose effect is unnoticeable; and some are actually beneficial for certain illnesses (helminth therapy).  I think what gets lost in the whole "parasites are bad" discussion is that, even if they are bad, the benefits from eating raw meat at times outweighs the risk of getting parasites.  If the raw meat heals your body and is the best for you, then the concern about parasites is not that big of a deal.  If you get them, then yes you can get medication to get rid of them.  That being said, the one thing I would be afraid to eat raw is pork...for the reason that their parasites do not always stay in the gut (they can travel to other organs, like the brain).  However, some do choose to eat pork raw.  This is simply my choice not to eat it. 

I'm not sure about wild game.  I don't eat it because it's not available to me.  But I once was studying for a course to get a hunting license.  The hunters have to learn about the diseases wild animals may have, so that they don't consume the sick ones and then become sick themselves.  Part of the reason hunters cannot sell their catch to someone else is that the wild animals aren't raised under controlled conditions, so no one can ensure that they are completely healthy for consumption.  It is kind of a risk, but I think there are probably other members here who have eaten or regularly eat wild game meat raw with no bad effects. 

I don't know anything about raw oysters, lol.

Nevermind the rant from political atheist....lol

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General Discussion / LIVER KING new "primal" body builder and influencer
« Last post by RogueFarmer on April 24, 2022, 10:07:43 am »
People were talking about this guy on Facebook carnivore groups saying he's definitely heavily roided. He definitely looks like it. But then again, he's only 5'7", 200 pounds and eats a ridiculous amount of meat. It's even possible he could have the double muscle gene, idk how rare it is in humans but I have read it's present in if i remember most species of mammals as a mutation.

Check him out on YouTube, he's a cook lol. Honestly haven't barely watched any of his videos, just 4 minutes so far. https://youtu.be/QzZ0y5w_1iA
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General Discussion / Re: Uruguyan beef
« Last post by RogueFarmer on April 24, 2022, 10:02:20 am »
I have often mentioned in the past,  i hope and beleieve on this forum as well that Uruguay is a high potential country for a primal paradise, the weather is perfect for growing pasture, tons of water, temperate subtropical intermediary climate, 5 cows per human and high quality of life and low crime for a 34d world country. Also for anyone traveling in USA aldis super market here in USA has Grass fed beef from Australia and Uruguay. The Australian beef doesn't taste anywhere near as good.  They also have food grass fed steaks at 10 dollars a pound, us grown ribeys and ny strip.
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