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« on: October 08, 2010, 08:40:06 pm »
Hello all. Getting ready to post my food meals and how i feel and health problems trying to over come starting tommorow

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« Reply #1 on: October 09, 2010, 06:44:00 am »
Hello,

I have a history of autoimmune disease starting at 20 years old till now. I had Cronic fatigue, Hormonal imbalance, hair loss, muscle weakness and tightness over the body and bad allergies.I also had IBS. Low Libido, inflammation on top of the head red painful spots and weight problems

I switched to Paleo 3 months ago and transitioning to raw paleo. Raw paleo makes my body really tight and stiff. Harder to breath and mood not as good.... I think it may be detox. I eat alot of FAT especially coconut,butter,cream. My libido is up for sure. I wake up or have morning woods alot more frequently especially that I am eating oysters everyday raw. I think i am about 50 percent raw and 50 percent cooked stage right now. I felt MUCH better on cooked but maybe it is a adjustment phase.

My Breakfast usual consists of Coconut Flakes,Coconut Milk,Full fat cream and butter mixed together with cinnimon. Its like my cereal.. Then I will have some cooked Chicken Curry made with full fat coconut milk or cream with coconut oil added. At night I will eat raw oysters and some more butter or coconut milk and chow down on some cooked shrimp that my girlfriend makes. I saw a huge raw liver at the market that I am going to by. It isn't grass fed and thats harder to find and I am working on it. Considering even starting my own little farm when I do a full transition but I am going to try cooked liver and slowly eat it more and more rare till raw.


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Re: Boracay Journal
« Reply #2 on: October 09, 2010, 07:34:29 am »
you are only 25 right?

And the raw eggs you were trying out were supermarket eggs.

Plus you still have to establish your food sources.

the paleoness - organic / wild / nutritious clean nature of your raw food matters immensely.

be patient and thankful cooked paleo is working so far.

Since you live in the philippines you should have access to local fruit in season.  Pick the ones not intensively farmed and polluted.
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« Reply #3 on: October 09, 2010, 10:21:20 am »
Since I can't find native pig yet.. Is it ok that i eat the regular pig raw. I found the raw liver at the wet market yesterday. I am 25.. The oysters are helping my libido immensely I believe the oysters come from palawan or roxas city. I am getting a lot more morning erections... The only problem is when I wake up in the morning I am sooo fatigued from eating the oysters.... No poisoning... Its like my whole body is really tight and I am really tired... Sleeping 10 to 11 hours a day now.. 

I am trying to establish some people who have native pig that eats off the land that will sell there organ meat and find someone with goats and chicken. What vegetable do you recommend?

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« Reply #4 on: October 09, 2010, 11:38:33 am »
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tape worm cysts are very common in pork, because pigs are usually fed where they poop.  the only way to get rid of cysts is either freeze it or cook it, otherwise it is just a matter of time until you get one.

other than parasites pork is ok.

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« Reply #5 on: October 09, 2010, 02:05:51 pm »
Welcome Boracay!

    I eat regular pig, but it's locally raised, fully outdoor raised, and raw never been frozen.  I was scared to try it at first.  I had health problems though, and my instincts told me to try it.  Eating it has only helped my health improve so far.  I've been eating it for a few years.  It took me until I was doing RAFs about a year, before I tried eating it.

    Aajonus says raw oysters are one of the fastest detoxing foods that exist.  

    Could it be that it's detoxing you so fast, that the toxins are temporarily lodging in your joints or tendons?  Maybe it's improving your ability to feel, or first opening up healing channels, which can hurt at first.

    You're eating a lot of heated or frozen coconut?  Are you finding you need less spices in your curries yet?

    
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« Reply #6 on: October 09, 2010, 02:59:20 pm »
Cut out the coconut and the dairy.
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« Reply #7 on: October 09, 2010, 11:13:01 pm »
It's so unnatural how these farm animals are stuck in one place, defecating on the grass where they're eating. I guess that's a reason for cooking in modern day compared to paleo times. Almost every lamb joint I get has parasitic cysts in it...
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« Reply #8 on: October 09, 2010, 11:51:46 pm »
I think i am about 50 percent raw and 50 percent cooked stage right now. I felt MUCH better on cooked but maybe it is a adjustment phase.

My Breakfast usual consists of Coconut Flakes,Coconut Milk,Full fat cream and butter mixed together with cinnimon.

Welcome Boracay !

But is that kind of menu really paleo? I’m afraid not at all!

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NO! >D

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« Reply #9 on: October 10, 2010, 03:26:02 am »
Phils Department of Agriculture states that 70% of pork in the country is raised in smallholder backyards. There is not any underlying tendency towards high levels of cleanliness in the malayan culture, though the Filipinos are better than the Indonesians.   A small percentage of pork production is highly professional. However, almost all of that output is under contract to Monterey (= the parent of Jollibee and its co-holdings such as Red Ribbon) and a handful of other giant corporations. These large corporations actually have western-quality field representation by real veterinarians and the quality is outstanding.

Anything found in a wet market likely has a un-contracted origin and there is no
corporate supervision of the farms.

Davao City is an epicenter of high-quality public officialdom.  I ate raw ground beef out of Davao
supermarkets for many, many months and never once experienced the slightest problem.  I myself
won't buy meat at a wet market but in Davao it probably is ok. Frankly, the cost savings is tiny.


Thre are more or less pature raised

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« Reply #10 on: October 10, 2010, 04:23:59 am »
The whole hysteria re raw pork is  wholly unfounded and frankly quite absurd. The only problem with raw pork is that most farmers are stupid enough to feed their pigs on diets of mostly grains.
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« Reply #11 on: October 10, 2010, 06:43:44 pm »
If you know a farmer who doesn't feed his pigs with grain, cooked leftovers and other crap, I'm interested!
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« Reply #12 on: October 10, 2010, 09:10:22 pm »
Cut out the coconut and the dairy.

I would cut out coconut but I think I never will. It is extremely heart protective. It is the best thing to boost up your Protective HDL cholesterol that is known to man according to my hours of research... I had metabolic syndrome that I am in the process of curing. Boosting up my hormones with high amounts of saturated fat especially from coconut is needed. 

I cut out all grains and all that bullshit. I moved from margerine and milk to full fat cream and butter.


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« Reply #13 on: October 10, 2010, 09:12:31 pm »
What are coconut flakes?

I agree in keeping the coconuts.  You live in the #1 coconut producing country so coconut is always fresh and brand new.
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« Reply #14 on: October 10, 2010, 09:13:02 pm »
Welcome Boracay!

    I eat regular pig, but it's locally raised, fully outdoor raised, and raw never been frozen.  I was scared to try it at first.  I had health problems though, and my instincts told me to try it.  Eating it has only helped my health improve so far.  I've been eating it for a few years.  It took me until I was doing RAFs about a year, before I tried eating it.

    Aajonus says raw oysters are one of the fastest detoxing foods that exist.  

    Could it be that it's detoxing you so fast, that the toxins are temporarily lodging in your joints or tendons?  Maybe it's improving your ability to feel, or first opening up healing channels, which can hurt at first.

    You're eating a lot of heated or frozen coconut?  Are you finding you need less spices in your curries yet?

    

I no longer like curry anymore... I don't know what happened but it happened fast... I am eating alot of coconut straight from the coconut.. It is my greatest source of raw far. Its good to know about the oysters because I am eating them everyday..

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« Reply #15 on: October 10, 2010, 09:14:31 pm »
What are coconut flakes?

I agree in keeping the coconuts.  You live in the #1 coconut producing country so coconut is always fresh and brand new.

The brown dehydrated coconut they scrape out the white stuff and it is these flakes for coconut milk. I love them!! I mix them with Butter,Cream and Cinnamon and get a huge fat bomb in the morning.

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« Reply #16 on: October 10, 2010, 09:15:46 pm »
It's so unnatural how these farm animals are stuck in one place, defecating on the grass where they're eating. I guess that's a reason for cooking in modern day compared to paleo times. Almost every lamb joint I get has parasitic cysts in it...

Ok... Now I am scared.... I am eating all my goat organs and meat raw shortly... Any suggestions of how to look for parasitic cysts etc?

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« Reply #17 on: October 10, 2010, 09:19:34 pm »
Welcome Boracay !

But is that kind of menu really paleo? I’m afraid not at all!

NO! >D

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Well I guess I am cheating a little. I am indulging in butter and cream but until I get used to raw organs a raw meat I need something to keep my sanity and I am thinking its in the "grey area" as far as excepted things amoung paleo... I am trying to really increase my fertility so alot of saturated fat and cholesterol is a must and I dont have organic eggs to me at the time so i have to compensate..

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« Reply #18 on: October 10, 2010, 09:22:13 pm »
Phils Department of Agriculture states that 70% of pork in the country is raised in smallholder backyards. There is not any underlying tendency towards high levels of cleanliness in the malayan culture, though the Filipinos are better than the Indonesians.   A small percentage of pork production is highly professional. However, almost all of that output is under contract to Monterey (= the parent of Jollibee and its co-holdings such as Red Ribbon) and a handful of other giant corporations. These large corporations actually have western-quality field representation by real veterinarians and the quality is outstanding.

Anything found in a wet market likely has a un-contracted origin and there is no
corporate supervision of the farms.

Davao City is an epicenter of high-quality public officialdom.  I ate raw ground beef out of Davao
supermarkets for many, many months and never once experienced the slightest problem.  I myself
won't buy meat at a wet market but in Davao it probably is ok. Frankly, the cost savings is tiny.


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HAHAHA ARE YOU TELLING ME JOLLYBEE HAS THE HIGH QUALITY MEAT??? LOL I SHOULD GO IN THERE AND TELL THEM TO MAKE ME A RAW BURGER WITHOUT BREAD. I WANT TO SEE THE LOOK ON THERE FACE.

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« Reply #19 on: October 11, 2010, 05:48:49 am »
Ok... Now I am scared.... I am eating all my goat organs and meat raw shortly... Any suggestions of how to look for parasitic cysts etc?

Well in my lamb, they are pretty obvious. They're in the fat tissue, gooey yellowish sacks. I've not had any trouble avoiding them.
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« Reply #20 on: October 11, 2010, 06:30:56 am »
hey miles, how do you know those are parasitic cysts? any links? i get those in fat sometimes too, and i have eaten them on many occasions without issue. what the hell is a parasitic cyst anyways? is it a parasite? or a malignant cyst? any info would be appreciated.

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« Reply #21 on: October 11, 2010, 06:40:15 am »
In the case of tapeworms, the cysts form around the eggs of the parasite which have made it past the gut and into the body. There, the egg waits until it is eaten by another creature. Tapeworms also release segments in faeces, which contain eggs. When the next animal eats these eggs, or the ones contained in cysts in the body tissues, the cycle continues. The butcher told me that these were cysts.

By the way... I am really interested in how stuff moves through the intestines in to the blood. I want to see videos of it, or reconstructions, pictures etc... Does anyone have any sources? I don't understand how some stuff can get through undigested...
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« Reply #22 on: October 11, 2010, 09:29:04 am »
Thats gross...But I am sure we will get some.. How do we kill them once there in the body

 

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