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General Discussion / Re: Parasites Worms in our intestines
« on: June 12, 2018, 05:25:06 pm »
Every field out there including nutrition at the end of the tunnel when you really get to the roots of whats going on they all say the same thing.. there are people above who manipulate and control everything..

This discussion can turn into a nut case..  but if you really look on whats going on.. you have to be the nut case to close the eyes on it..

You are born.. got an identification number.. vacinated to impair brain function.. sent to school to get education that is molded to your masters needs..   everything that is being taught is wrong..  you learn to cook food and eat kelogs cereal.. if you are a "lucky kid" you get some ssri meds along the way to concretly chemically castrate you and femenize you.

Now they even advanced it further give males HRT to replace their glands activity..  guys today give up on fertility to just function well..

The water is flouridated like hell to calcify your pineal gland

You barely function now... you dont know what to do.. you left no choice but to work a job...



They take your ability to be vibrant away from you... since the very birth of yours.


Take your reproductive abilities and fuck up your own self bodyorganism.



And you say "heyy iluminati shminuminati... bullshit eihh there"

 right?

I'm really not sure what to think of you. Your posts here contradict your posts in the "conspiracy" topic. If you're so confident in those beliefs about cooking, how are you afraid of raw? I guess you're scared of both cooked and raw somehow. Please enlighten me. The only way I can think of for you to eat neither raw nor cooked is to eat "high pressure" pasteurized or irradiated food, both of which I'm apprehensive about. 

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Honeybees have been making their own sugar (honey) since the beginning, and how long has humankind been? The bees know what they are doing. Maybe humans really are both the smartest and the stupidest.

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General Discussion / Re: Parasites Worms in our intestines
« on: June 10, 2018, 02:38:30 pm »
Parasites are unavoidable like bacteria, yeast, mold, and viruses; they're everywhere. Why single out raw meat? What about raw and cooked everything else? We have immune systems for a reason; we evolved some defenses to parasites since the beginning, not modern man-made pollutants. I'd think the most "sterile" raw foods are things that come in hard shells like nuts as long as there are no cracks. Whether you crack that raw shell or open the cooked can, it's then exposed to airborne parasites. I watched the video; it was in Kenya. I may be wrong about this, but I was under the impression many Kenyans don't eat raw meat but instead modern franken-food shipped from the USA. I can say everyone I know who has a pet doesn't feed them meat at all, let alone raw meat, yet they all have parasite problems. Modern frankenfood is guilty.  I did pass what looked like liver flukes and yeast (Candida maybe?) after consuming at least a cup of coconut oil, so that's my security blanket. Many anti-yeast supplements contain coconut derivatives (caprylic acid, lauric acid), so it must be a natural antimicrobial agent.

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Health / Re: Good news at my most recent dental visit
« on: June 10, 2018, 12:24:54 am »
Magnesium is the most abundant mineral in epsom salt and the 3rd most abundant in seawater. If using sea salt, I would use seawater if you live near a water source because it is unrefined, has trace minerals, and it's free. It's bothersome how many store brands remove the 80+ minerals and add only one, iodine, back in an inorganic form and calling it "iodized". That's like someone taking 80 dollars/euros from you then giving you back one counterfeit and calling you enriched. I know it's because they get more money selling the minerals separately, much like the soy, corn, sugar industry and so on make more by selling the oil, starch, sugar, molasses, and protein separately.

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Health / Re: Good news at my most recent dental visit
« on: June 09, 2018, 11:28:28 pm »
Crustaceans and mollusks contain carbs too in the form of chitin.

As for dental, I find swishing with dissolved epsom salt has done my mouth more favors than oil pulling has.




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 I advise scoping out each store by going there each day of the week (Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, and so on) at various times (the morning, afternoon, evening, and night) until you learn when they take the trash out, when it's full, empty, when the trucks collect the trash, when the best time to go is. Expect to get dirty sometimes; wear gloves and the clothes/shoes you don't care much about. I have been bruised and cut many times by meat cutters, wood, nails, shattered glass, and so on, so be careful. Other people do this too, so there's competition, sometimes unfriendly. Most people I see don't climb in (sometimes you have to) but use a grabber instead. Climbing in is easier than climbing out. I find it best to go with a partner if you can that they can watch over and help, plus the employees aren't as brave and confrontational if you have a buddy.

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You probably think of otherwise good food touching the bottoms or sides of the dumpster, but I almost always see the stuff in clean boxes or bags. I try to be quick as to not get caught by employees. I am very passionate about dumpster diving. I'm acquired thousands of dollars worth of organic produce (fruits, veggies), pastured eggs, moldy cheese, kefir, kombucha, coconut water, honey, nuts, olive/coconut oil and so on. More often though sadly, I see processed food, refined sugar/grains/oils, candy/desserts, pasteurized dairy, frozen meals, canned food, sweetened drinks, and so on. Yeah, the stores order more junk than health food, so that's what they throw away more of too. Everyone in my house prefers franken-food, so at least when I bring them this from the dumpsters or church, I'm not putting any money in the corporations pockets, keeping them in business, or influencing the market like paying for it would. The scenario is true too for the good food I get for me.

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General Discussion / Re: Raw Cod Liver? Has anyone tried it?
« on: June 08, 2018, 02:04:26 am »
I've eaten the liver of wild freshwater snook raw; very delicious. The guts though tasted much like the way shit smells; not so good.

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General Discussion / Re: Raw, untreated water phenomenon
« on: June 08, 2018, 01:52:14 am »
I started collecting my water from a nearby lake recently. Where do you fellows get your water? I can't imagine being the only one seeking out wild water. Nestle owns most the bottled water where I live and don't want them making money off me; lake water costs me no money. Lake water is more refreshing to me than tap, bottled, and even rainwater. With chlorine, asbestos, lead, dioxins, melamine, fluoride, and etc in the bottled and tap water yet people call it "clean". How deluded can people be?


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Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Re: Soaking raw meat in citrus juice
« on: May 30, 2016, 10:07:18 am »
I learned the expensive way to not use grapefruit or orange, both of which entailed unpalatable tastes and odors, but instead to use lime or lemon; honey works well also.

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General Discussion / Re: ARE REFRIGERATORS NECESSARY?
« on: May 30, 2016, 09:50:14 am »
If mold and bacteria have a hard time breaking down food while it is cold, then we will have a much harder time doing that. Even if the food rots faster without a refrigerator, my experiences say it is still edible; more digestible too.

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General Discussion / Re: ARE REFRIGERATORS NECESSARY?
« on: May 29, 2016, 09:37:59 am »
I'd rather do without them; they drain money and occupy space. I find things digest best when close to body temperature.

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General Discussion / Re: raw carbs for performance athlete
« on: May 26, 2016, 10:14:26 pm »
Try rotten/fermented raw fruit.

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Health / Re: How to Cure Erectile Dysfunction
« on: May 26, 2016, 10:11:22 pm »
Correction: "Oral medication" will neither "treat" nor "cure" health problems; it only masks them at best. Would you swallow an aspirin if you step on a thumbtack or just remove the thumbtack? Your mindset is sure to make you an outcast here. I hope you reading posts here will enlighten you as they did me.

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Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Soaking raw meat in citrus juice
« on: May 24, 2016, 03:08:39 am »
A neighbor of mine who scorches meat dislikes me consuming fresh raw meat and rotten raw meat "suggested" a supposedly "tried and true ancient practice" of covering raw meat with citrus juice and letting it sit for a few days to "acid cook". I filled jars with raw chicken livers, gizzards, beef kidneys, and muscle meat, covering the raw meat with raw juice from grapefruit, lemon, or orange juice freshly squeezed by me. Days later, they're all bubbling, fizzing, and foaming. In addition, the meat is not changing color like it usually does with oxygen exposure. This means acid tolerant, anaerobic bacteria, the kind that can get past stomach acid and grow in the intestines. Depending what bacteria is growing, this could be a very bad thing or a very good thing. Anyone have experience with this? The chicken livers in grapefruit juice was disgusting while the beef kidneys in lemon juice was delicious, though neither made me ill.

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Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Re: Food combining, especially fruit
« on: May 16, 2016, 11:11:00 am »
Rotten/fermented fruit combines great with everything to me, as does honey.

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Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Could rotten raw meat odor exit pores?
« on: May 16, 2016, 02:07:24 am »
I sometimes worry if eating rotten raw meat can make me or my clothes odorous by exiting my pores like onions. Has anyone told you that you smell like rotten meat?

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Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Re: Food combining, especially fruit
« on: May 16, 2016, 01:57:26 am »
The protease enzyme papain in papaya makes it a digestive aid, whereas persimmons are known for Diospyrobezoars.

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Off Topic / Re: Breastfeeding issues
« on: May 16, 2016, 12:54:57 am »
Pardon the misread. I used to do that all the time when I lived off franken-food. The vitamin A in raw chicken liver has bettered my eye health.

My younger sister using Polytetrafluoroethylene cookware for her boxed/packaged meals must be a factor in why she doesn't breastfeed. Our mother had bad health and habits, and my younger sister does too, so I can just imagine what is in store for my nephew.

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Having not used soap in eons must be yet another reason I get complimented on my skin.

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I'm starting to prefer rotten raw eggs. If the protease inhibiting and biotin binding avidin stories have merit, bacterial enzymes should cancel these out.

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Off Topic / Re: Breastfeeding issues
« on: May 15, 2016, 11:57:10 pm »
Probably also sticks to intestines preventing nutrient absorption.

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I soak brown rice in distilled water for 14 days then drain the soaking water. The soaked rice water is then mixed with honey in a ratio of 1/4 cup honey for every 1 cup of the rice water with me shaking the jar until the honey dissolves. I start drinking it 7 days later.

Store honey always tastes, feels, and looks the exact same, smells the same and has a weak odor, regardless of the brand. The "local" honey though has specs (I'm guessing pollen), has a strong scent that varies, and tastes different each time, so I think it is legitimate.

Does anyone make a fermented mayonnaise?




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Kombucha is supposed to be healthful, yet I notice all the recipes I encounter call for refined cane sugar. If bacteria and yeast can turn refined cane sugar into a healthful compound, why can't the same be said for a fermented mayonnaise recipe that calls for refined corn oil? Honey and olive oil I would prefer to use for such recipes, but I read and hear that most honey is adulterated with high fructose corn syrup and most olive oil is adulterated with hazelnut oil. I don't want to fill the pockets of food fraudsters with my money, so maybe I'll have to do without my olive oil and honey. At least lesser quality sweeteners and oils you know you get what you pay for, except I don't want to fill the pockets of these people either. My health is what I particularly do not wish to compromise, as I have done enough of that in my life. Ultimately, do you think bacteria can breath life back into dead fats like they supposedly can dead carbs, both of which are extracted with toxins at high temperatures?

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General Discussion / Re: Eating raw meat after a crow ate some
« on: May 02, 2016, 12:11:33 pm »
Ate the meat with no problem. Maybe the crows saliva enzymes helped digest the meat. I don't mind sharing with ants, maggots, birds, whatever as long as I can eat them too before they scarf most the meat and scram.

Considering the prices of properly raised meat with having received it free was enough to compel me to settle for frozen. I am curious whether freezing causes digestive leukocytosis as cooking does. No more frozen if so.

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