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Offline JazzIsGood

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I lucked out an my consult with Aajonus tomorrow is his last one. As a result (as well as because I live in the area), my friend (who's driving) and I get to take him to Ft. Lauderdale airport.  8)  Anyone got questions they want me to pop in during the hour ride from Delray Beach?

Note: I'm probably gonna ask him about how he almost got on Oprah some odd years ago. :)

Suggestions are welcome. Remember, this is going down in 24 hours, so respond promptly if you've got a good suggestion.  ;D
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Re: Driving Aajonus to the Airport Tomorrow, SERIOUSLY (South FL)
« Reply #1 on: March 30, 2010, 05:49:26 am »
hmm, a question relevant to the forum would be if he did in fact think eating from purely animal fats were superior fats,vitamins and minerals than dairy and juices (which some label as some kind of luxery, or acceptable/palatable or more available food to eat than fats and organs), as far as detoxing, healing and building. Although I suspect the answer to be no, it would be interesting if he stated specifically what shortcomings this (reliance purely on animal fats) would have, as he often seems to criticize the fruit eating aspect when speaking of paleo, which many don't practice.

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Re: Driving Aajonus to the Airport Tomorrow, SERIOUSLY (South FL)
« Reply #2 on: March 30, 2010, 05:52:45 am »
Can you ask him about Soil Based Organisms? (SBO's)

It's basically about bacteria in the ground that fights off molds and stuff and supposedly it's beneficial to eat a bit of soil here and there so it will fight the mold in your stomach.

Also if you could ask him if he believes it's good to eat moldy fruit? Because I remember he had a moldy tomato in his ripleys believe it or not clip.

Would mean a lot of you'd ask him this
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Re: Driving Aajonus to the Airport Tomorrow, SERIOUSLY (South FL)
« Reply #3 on: March 30, 2010, 06:39:57 am »
hmm, a question relevant to the forum would be if he did in fact think eating from purely animal fats were superior fats,vitamins and minerals than dairy and juices (which some label as some kind of luxery, or acceptable/palatable or more available food to eat than fats and organs), as far as detoxing, healing and building. Although I suspect the answer to be no, it would be interesting if he stated specifically what shortcomings this (reliance purely on animal fats) would have, as he often seems to criticize the fruit eating aspect when speaking of paleo, which many don't practice.

I'd ask that, but he answered that already in the revision of his original book. He confirms under the "fats for great health" section under part 2 of the book that meat fats are the best for healing.
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Re: Driving Aajonus to the Airport Tomorrow, SERIOUSLY (South FL)
« Reply #4 on: March 30, 2010, 06:45:41 am »
Wow, nice luck.

This will be embarrassing so you should probably find a better way to ask about it. Why he thinks he started going bald? How bald is he?

Also - How many detoxes does he have left?

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Re: Driving Aajonus to the Airport Tomorrow, SERIOUSLY (South FL)
« Reply #5 on: March 30, 2010, 06:49:51 am »
Can you ask him about Soil Based Organisms? (SBO's)

It's basically about bacteria in the ground that fights off molds and stuff and supposedly it's beneficial to eat a bit of soil here and there so it will fight the mold in your stomach.

Also if you could ask him if he believes it's good to eat moldy fruit? Because I remember he had a moldy tomato in his ripleys believe it or not clip.

Would mean a lot of you'd ask him this

Actually, i think in the newsletters he mentioned eating fertilizer. He said that it is really good for you as a probiotic (in addition to clay allowed to sit for days and feces fresh from inside an intestines). The moldy tomato.... I think that was apparently just an experiment. Although, he seems to say that well-molded fruit  (at least 4 weeks or up to 10 in the fridge) frees up blood protein used up by vaccine antibodies. But he said in the book that it's not good to eat mold all the time.

I'll probably ask him towards the end of my consultation, though, about the moldy fruit. I was born in '91 and was one of the first generation to receive multiples for each vaccine although not the flu, rotovirus, or chicken pox vaccine (aka, boosters). I may have gotten 20 or so (although the new gold standard is 36). So I have my share of antibodies and that will definitely be something I ask about (at my consult).


Just remember when making suggestions, to pick ones not answered by the books.
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Re: Driving Aajonus to the Airport Tomorrow, SERIOUSLY (South FL)
« Reply #6 on: March 30, 2010, 06:56:17 am »
Wow, nice luck.

This will be embarrassing so you should probably find a better way to ask about it. Why he thinks he started going bald? How bald is he?

Also - How many detoxes does he have left?

Ha ha! I better not ask it that way! He'd hitchhike.  ;D

me: Aajonus, why are you so bald? And exactly how bald are you? I mean, maybe you should do what Donald Trump does. Combovers aren't so bad.

Aaj: (Car door opens in the middle of I-95. Exits. Car door slams shut)


See. Didn't go so well in the test run.

I could ask about the detoxes, but I'd probably would get the "I don't know" answer. I mean, look at his story about the epoxy in the nose. He didn't see that coming. But then again, after the "chemical soup" back in April  :(, he's probably knows almost exactly what he's got left to detoxify. We'd have to wait until he gets his leg hairs tested before we find out exactly what's to come.
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Re: Driving Aajonus to the Airport Tomorrow, SERIOUSLY (South FL)
« Reply #7 on: March 30, 2010, 09:31:34 am »
Invite him to our little forum.
A post or two would be a great honor.
I'd like to correct the impression that we are trying to relive caveman times.  We're just trying to be healthy.
Tell him thanks for his writings.
He has helped me find my way.

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Re: Driving Aajonus to the Airport Tomorrow, SERIOUSLY (South FL)
« Reply #8 on: March 30, 2010, 10:59:32 am »
That would be awesome to get him to do a few guest posts on the forum. The only glitch, though, is that I'm afraid that if I ask, he'll give his stadard response that he "doesn't have the time". Which could very well be true considering his current schedule. But then again, it would help correct the impression of the raw paleo community just like you mentioned. I'll give it a try tomorrow and see if he considers it. I'll update afterward tomorrow as to whether he's willing.
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Re: Driving Aajonus to the Airport Tomorrow, SERIOUSLY (South FL)
« Reply #9 on: March 30, 2010, 11:13:48 am »
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I'd like to correct the impression that we are trying to relive caveman times.  We're just trying to be healthy.

On a side note, it's very nice to hear someone finally admit that statement. Within the Raw Foods community, many individuals become so focused on the idea of being "raw paleo" or "raw vegan" that they forget the true purpose of it all. We're all trying to attain health through raw or mostly raw foods. Plain and simple. There essentially is no primal diet and paleolithic diet, nor a vegan and low-fat vegan diet. It's just the diet that works or works best for each individual at a given time. We can start a whole thread based on statements like this alone! jk  ;)
"To say of what is that it is not, or of what is not that it is, is false, while to say of what is that it is, and of what is not that it is not, is true." -Aristotle

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Re: Driving Aajonus to the Airport Tomorrow, SERIOUSLY (South FL)
« Reply #10 on: March 30, 2010, 06:58:13 pm »
I shudder at the thought of AV posting here. I doubt he would as he must realise that rawpaleoforum is a hotbed of ex-Primal Dieters who are not too fond of his strident recommendations of raw dairy, among other issues. That said, we do frequently praise him as well when his ideas (high-meat/raw meat etc.) confirm our own experiences.

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