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Hello - A guy who want's to feel good and healthy
« on: December 18, 2013, 08:06:20 am »
Hello,

I am 24 years young. I am very interested in being healthy and feeling good. Currently I am listening to some positive self-help book, so I am very positively  focused at the moment  ;D

A bit about me and my relationship to raw paleo:
I had some big bumps in my health along my life. Trying a lot of stuff. Raw-food vegan, Lfhc and normal cooked food healthy food before that. 

Before i started being more conscious I was smoking, drinking Coke and hotdogs everyday. Drinking a lot when I was 15-18 years. smoking a lot of weed too.

I have read both of aajonus's books a couple of times. Tried eating raw ground meat, raw liver, many different raw fish, raw bone marrow, raw chicken and raw eggs.

Due to complications I need to eat soft meat at the moment.

I wanna heal my stomach, back, liver and gallbladder. I believe that they are the key elements in my body that needs healing. Especially my stomach and digestive-system.

I drink plenty of greenjuice everyday. Currently carrots, cucumber and cabbage.

My challenge is discipline and eating enough without pain. I hope that this forum will help me to gain motivation and self-dicipline  :)
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Re: Hello - A guy who want's to feel good and healthy
« Reply #1 on: December 18, 2013, 04:00:01 pm »
Welcome to the forum! Try not to drink more than one glass a day of green juice. imo, it is not viewed as a good food by many raw foodists for various reasons.

Try other soft, raw foods like raw kidney. raw tongue has some soft parts in it so is fine unless you also have very loose teeth.

Also make sure that all your raw animal foods  come from grassfed or wild sources.

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Re: Hello - A guy who want's to feel good and healthy
« Reply #2 on: December 18, 2013, 04:57:58 pm »
Green juice not good? Really? Please explain :)

Thanks for the tip. I find it hard to find this organ-meat. Not in the supermarket. But maybe I could visit some farms and ask there.

I was thinking, cos my doctor thinks I have a ulcer in my stomach and I think that too, should I avoid red meat while healing or is raw okay? I heard cabbage helps heal thats why I put it in my juice.

Thanks!
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Re: Hello - A guy who want's to feel good and healthy
« Reply #3 on: December 18, 2013, 06:12:09 pm »
There have been a lot of reports in the rawpaleodiet community about raw veggie juice being a problem if one drinks more than a glass a day or so. One explanation for this has been that juicing the veg not only makes the nutrients more bioavailable to us but also makes the antinutrients in the raw veg more bioavailable to us as well, thus causing potential nutritional deficiencies over  a period of time. Cooking removes the antinutrients but creates further problems by adding heat-created toxins etc.

Where are you based? In some countries there are online databases where one can search for a farm near your area. In my own case, I have attended local farmers' markets and now I buy from a wholesaler who deals only in raw wild game. Searching online can help plus contacting local healthy food organisations like weston-price chapters can help too.

Do not worry about  the ulcer. Raw red meat does not affect the digestive system in the way cooked meat does. If you are still concerned, you could age your raw meats for a day or two outside the fridge before eating them, as that helps predigest the raw meat a bit.
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Re: Hello - A guy who want's to feel good and healthy
« Reply #4 on: December 18, 2013, 06:59:41 pm »
Okey great! Live in Norway :) Would be great if anyone could recomend some places. I especially wanna try raw milk.

I see. I heard this before when it comes to leafy greens. Something for the plants to protect themself from bugs eating too much of them. Is this the same? The antinutrience would not be the same for each plant right? If so changing veggies in the juice more often (weekly) would be a solution to this problem?

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Re: Hello - A guy who want's to feel good and healthy
« Reply #5 on: December 18, 2013, 08:56:17 pm »
You live in Norway.
Look for Inger's posts and her youtube videos.
If you are near enough to her, meet her and learn from her.
That may speed up your learning about raw paleo diet norwegian style.

Did you know she's pretty and very feminine? That may inspire you even more.
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Re: Hello - A guy who want's to feel good and healthy
« Reply #6 on: December 18, 2013, 09:30:02 pm »
Here is a link for raw dairy in Norway:-

http://www.realmilk.com/real-milk-finder/other-countries/#nor

I get the vague impression that small farms there would be likely to do a deal with you re raw dairy sales, but you would have to phone around a lot.

All that said, problems/allergies towards raw dairy are  THE commonest issues on a RVAF diet. I would strongly suggest you get used to a dairy-free rawpalaeodiet first and then, after some time, try a little raw dairy to see if it has a negative effect on you or not.

Re antinutrients:- Yes that was what I was talking about. Now, granted some raw vegetables will have lower levels of antinutrients in them than others(those that are repellent in taste when eaten raw are usually very high in antinutrients), but since all raw vegetables have this sort of defence to some extent, it just is not a good idea to overindulge in the stuff. I have not heard of problems if people drink moderately.
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Re: Hello - A guy who want's to feel good and healthy
« Reply #7 on: December 18, 2013, 10:09:25 pm »
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You live in Norway.
Look for Inger's posts and her youtube videos.
If you are near enough to her, meet her and learn from her.
That may speed up your learning about raw paleo diet norwegian style.

Did you know she's pretty and very feminine? That may inspire you even more.

Sounds great :)

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Here is a link for raw dairy in Norway:-

http://www.realmilk.com/real-milk-finder/other-countries/#nor

I get the vague impression that small farms there would be likely to do a deal with you re raw dairy sales, but you would have to phone around a lot.

All that said, problems/allergies towards raw dairy are  THE commonest issues on a RVAF diet. I would strongly suggest you get used to a dairy-free rawpalaeodiet first and then, after some time, try a little raw dairy to see if it has a negative effect on you or not.

Re antinutrients:- Yes that was what I was talking about. Now, granted some raw vegetables will have lower levels of antinutrients in them than others(those that are repellent in taste when eaten raw are usually very high in antinutrients), but since all raw vegetables have this sort of defence to some extent, it just is not a good idea to overindulge in the stuff. I have not heard of problems if people drink moderately.

Okey thanks, so I will wait trying raw milk. When it comes to juices I only have good tasting ones. Sometimes kale and such, but not often.

Enjoing some raw norwegian pollock at the moment   :D


 

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