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Hello from Sweden
« on: July 03, 2013, 06:53:41 pm »
Hi there all, nice to have found this place. I have started to eat a 100% meat diet 3days ago due to constant problems with almost all foods. I have experimented with vegan diets and all other "healthy" diets over the past 2years. Have also tried the 30banansaday way that actually had really good results for about 4days but then after 17days i had to quit. The good results can not be repeated after this either after multiple trials and modifications in the diet, even did stay in Thailand during fruit season for 3months, so i guess i have given fruit a break now. 
When doing a lifelong review and trying to to get to what the problem is, my conclusions according to TCM are that i have a weak spleen and liver heat stagnation. This is probably causing detox problems and toxic buildups giving me all the food sensitivities if I do eat one type of food for to long. All the symptoms are there and im hoping that this meat diet will strengthen my spleen and correct my liver.

Are there any other people here from Sweden?
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Re: Hello from Sweden
« Reply #1 on: July 03, 2013, 07:10:55 pm »
If you are going to eat a 100% meat diet, please share your experiences here, good and bad so that others can learn from them.

I would however advise against a 100% meat diet. Humans are omnivores, we are adapted to eat a mix of plant and animal foods.
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Re: Hello from Sweden
« Reply #2 on: July 03, 2013, 07:39:09 pm »
Surly im going to do what feels good. I know that i have overloaded on carbs after eating LFRV on and off resulting in me becoming sensitive to carbs so I need to give them a break. I might eat some avocado and whatever other things I crave but for now the raw meat is really all I want and have no craving for other things. Guess raw meat was what my body needed.

Questions regarding fibers in meat. I do like to eat the though parts of skin beef fat, the ones that you can't chew and just swallow them whole, i can see them coming out the other end and was wondering if this would be sort of a fiber for carnivores?
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Re: Hello from Sweden
« Reply #3 on: July 03, 2013, 08:25:28 pm »
Make sure you eat enough fat,   as in twice as much calories from fat as protein.   Eating not enough fat and eating too much protein is where most all meat diets fail for people.   

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Re: Hello from Sweden
« Reply #4 on: July 03, 2013, 11:39:33 pm »
Yes I weigh 65kg now and i want to put on some weight, I eat almost one kg of meat consisting of one more high in protein and then the rest is unprocessed beef fat that comes with skin and meat on it. Not sure how many calories it is in that but it is mostly fat for sure.
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Re: Hello from Sweden
« Reply #5 on: July 04, 2013, 01:52:36 pm »
Hi! And welcome!  I am from Finland, but went to Swedish school as a kid as I am Norwegian.

I would encourage you to also embrace the seafood we have in Scandinavia! They are such a rich source for our health. What meat do you eat? I eat Swedish Elk meat every morning for breakfast..  :) And also our plenty of wild berries that soon are ripe, and wild edibles. Very healing. Good for you leaving the vegan diet, it is absolutely disastrous for us in the Northern hemisphere....

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Re: Hello from Sweden
« Reply #6 on: July 05, 2013, 02:23:15 am »
Hi Inger, nice to talk to someone more close by :)
As for now im doing only meat since i have weaken and just overloaded my system with salicylates and all other stuff that can be an issue with fruits so i just stay away from berries and all. As for fish im not sure they are so good, have you ever heard about Ray Peat? He has some interesting stuff to say about thyroid health and omega 3. He claims that omega 6 and omega 3 are bad for you and i can say in my experience that when i did eat a raw mackerel i became so cool and my body temp went from a warm 37C to 36.5C, i did feel nice and clear in the head but my body temp went low and im a big fan on having a high body temp for optimal body function. I will try and get some brain next week and eat to see if the omega 3 in brain has the same effect.

Btw not sure you speak Swedish? Im doing a blogg at http://nekrofagen.blogspot.se/ if you want to know more of what i eat and i would love to get to know more about your style of eating, feel free to PM me some contact information if you feel like sharing some knowledge.

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Re: Hello from Sweden
« Reply #7 on: July 05, 2013, 10:19:05 am »
Ray Peat is a moron. Studies of traditional diets of hunter-gatherer diets and other primitive diets show that specific fatty animal parts like fish eggs, brain, etc.  are the single most important food for health, closely followed by trace-mineral rich shellfish.

I think Ray Peat even mentions drinking soda, pasteurized juice, etc.. What a joke.   

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Re: Hello from Sweden
« Reply #8 on: July 05, 2013, 12:10:10 pm »
Yes he has some strange things going and i am not following him. I'm just saying that I do get extremely cold from eating fatty fish.
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Re: Hello from Sweden
« Reply #9 on: July 05, 2013, 02:06:13 pm »
Why would higher body temp be for optimal health if you felt better on a lower body temp?

I don't see how essential fatty acids are bad...
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Re: Hello from Sweden
« Reply #10 on: July 05, 2013, 09:35:48 pm »
Yes he has some strange things going and i am not following him. I'm just saying that I do get extremely cold from eating fatty fish.


Now that's strange. Is it all types of fatty fish?  Everyone I've ever heard of always feels warmer if they eat fatty fish. 

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Re: Hello from Sweden
« Reply #11 on: July 06, 2013, 12:42:50 am »
Ray Peat based his claims on a study on dogs fed on omega 3 fatty acid capsules and nothing else. Very dodgy indeed.
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Re: Hello from Sweden
« Reply #12 on: August 04, 2013, 01:04:49 am »
Why would higher body temp be for optimal health if you felt better on a lower body temp?

I don't see how essential fatty acids are bad...

From what I have understand Omega3 is the easiest fatty acid to oxidize even inside the body and that is prob why we do not produce them in the body, since they are not needed really in any significant amounts. I do prefer lean fish like pollock for my salt and iodine etc

I guess my bad xp from fish was due to poor digestion, now when I been raw for a few weeks i eat fish and has no ill effects!! I have also started to tolerate every singe fruit again so life is good, i eat what i want when i want. My thong I clearing up and I'm starting to get more energy. I am still having a faint headache sometimes, my libido is zero and i find that my organs are probably stagnated since my eyes gets bloodshot after training or eating but I think it is getting better with everything else. I also have an extremely low blood pressure at 93/62 with a resting heart rate at 52.

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