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General Discussion / Re: sv3rige
« on: July 20, 2018, 03:36:10 am »

I've known very closely 2 people that had some very serious violent tendencies. Even though they were very different, both were very intelligent, charming, and people liked them and thought very well of them (and could not have imagined their violent side). They both had exceptional intelligence, and knew it. But they had huge (hidden) egos, and a serious problem taking criticism. This was when their violent side would emerge. Or, when proven wrong, I means, this happens to everybody... But these 2 guys in particular just could not take it at all.
I am not judging anyone here, I'm just trying to show that it's not that easy to think one might know someone and his/hers different sides.

General Discussion / Re: sv3rige
« on: July 19, 2018, 08:40:48 pm »
Hm... first of all, no judgement, because we don't really know...
But just because we eat raw meat and organs does not mean most of us welcome a violent, aggressive attitude.
Many people do not know what violence is, or have not been subjected to it. I have known real violence and aggressive threats from big bullies, and I am not a big person. Yeah, I have a big mouth and am not afraid to stand up for something that is fair.
Is it all about size, being the biggest and strongest? Haha, what a joke...
This view of welcoming rape and unnecessary violence is very ugly...

"What does not kill you makes you stronger"
I got the red circle many years ago from a tick. I didn't go to the doctor. I've had different kind of symptoms, and it's all so complicated to see the big picture, there are so many variables involved, where the problems might come from, what they are triggered by, what is the cause.
I know that I have become much better, and it is true, I had problem digesting and eating meat, which has become much better since I eat raw meat (I can even eat cooked meat some times and not feel problematic symptoms). But the reason in my case, I am quite sure was partly due to the fact that I had been a vegetarian, vegan and then fruitarian for so many years. But it could in theory also be other reasons, I think the human body is so much more complex than we think.
We somehow need to be exposed to "nature", even the bad parts (to a certain extent).

Off Topic / microplastics...
« on: July 12, 2018, 08:41:03 pm »
... are found not only in fish and mussels but also in some chickens (Mexican), some brands of sea salt, some honey and beer, quite a lot in bottled water and indoor dust.

Health / Re: Teeth
« on: July 10, 2018, 11:52:53 pm »
And... i remember when I was eating it, any kind of bread (made of wheat, rye, etc) felt much worse than eating sweet stuff (fruits, honey or even whole coconut sugar or raw sugar cane). I can actually eat quite high quantities of sweet stuff before I feel it in my teeth. The only grain that felt a bit less damaging was white rice, even though I don't recommended it. But I really remember the sensation on my teeth after having had any kind of bread, or grains.
Also, raw nuts (and seeds), not good at all for me.
Unripe fruits, also felt very bad, not recommended.

General Discussion / Re: Ways to stop a detox when it´s too heavy?
« on: July 04, 2018, 04:45:52 pm »
I've pushed fasting/detox too far in the past, when my body was very toxic, and I regret it, it actually did more harm then good. You really need to adapt to your specific situation/needs.
Sometimes the body needs fibers, greens to get rid of all the toxins. Or, you need extra energy to be able to move/be active to flush out the system. Or, you need total rest and relaxation.
It's very dangerous to play with detox the wrong way, I've done my mistakes in the past... Getting older=getting wiser/more experienced (for me anyway lol)

Off Topic / Re: WiFi and cellphones increases risk of miscarriage
« on: July 04, 2018, 04:39:16 pm »
And there is this old, famous experiment, not sure who did it (was in Danmark I think): sprouting seeds did not work in a room with strong wifi.

Off Topic / Re: WiFi and cellphones increases risk of miscarriage
« on: July 04, 2018, 04:37:34 pm »
Some recent research done on insects and mobile radiation, from "Vågbrytaren" (Swedish site)
- Difficulties to orient themselves, and forgot where the food/cache was placed, after cellphone exposure
- Problems with movement/walking after exposure (mobile, wifi, dect exposure)
- after 30 mn of wifi-router exposure, it took them 6-8 hr to recover, but some died after a couple of days
- a cellphone in stand by was enough for the ants to move their eggs as far as possible. When the cellphone was removed, they came back with the eggs to the original location.
- Bees exposed to cellphone radiation had fewer eggs, produced less honey, became confused, and had problem finding their way back to the hive.

A German report from Caspar Hallman and his team says that there has been a huge decline in the number of flying insects since the last 30 years. Their are many factors involved, but cellphones radiation is definitely one part of the problem.

Off Topic / Re: Traditional asian foods... some amazing stuff:
« on: July 02, 2018, 12:28:06 am »
And of course we have blood soups, found all over the world, ok mostly not raw : finland, mexico, lithuania, belarus, czeck,, indonesia
-duck: china, poland, vietnam
-pig: malaysia, singapore, phillipines
-goose: south sweden
And I think in Vietnam and Laos you actually can get the raw blood soups

Health / Teeth
« on: July 02, 2018, 12:08:32 am »
I have very sensitive teeth (because they actually somehow damaged), and I can feel after I've eaten/drank something, how my teeth and their roots are reacting. Here are some observations:
-Raw animal fat feels really great for my teeth, also raw meat, sometimes organs
-sometimes alcohol, fermented stuff, green tea, some greens.
-chocolate, coffee, too cold/hot food, grains, too much sugar (though moderate amount don't bother me)

General Discussion / Re: Bananas
« on: July 01, 2018, 11:53:33 pm »
I absolutely love ripe/overripe plantain, in Tanzania I've tasted the tastiest plantains ever, they were for sale in many places on the outdoor markets. In Europe you can sometimes find them in Asia/thai shops, usually too unripe, but if you're lucky, you might find a few that are yellow and black.
I also remember in Kenya and Zanzibar (a place I actually didn't like, the only thing that was nice was it's bananas lol) I had som really nice bananas, they had "white" (actually pale yellow flesh), "yellow" and "orange" bananas (yellow orange flesh).
The bananas here in Europe I can't stand any more, boring.

General Discussion / Re: aged cheese much better than raw beef
« on: June 28, 2018, 05:59:22 pm »
A2 milk is not a scam but some people can not digest even raw A2 milk - and this guy here claims that ginger enzymes can digest both A1 and A2 milk

But who cares if you add this of that, the point is, why can't all these people digest it? Just listen to the signs the body is trying to give, and avoid it, simple

Health / Re: Cancer - Solutions?
« on: June 23, 2018, 07:57:37 pm »
One thing is to look closely at the habits of this person: diet and other, and try to detect what is really harmful and change that.
Semi-fasting could be beneficial, and with some specific greens, herbs etc could also help.
Dairy is really not to be advised, should be totally avoided.
Too much calories, or heavy food maybe not not optimal for recovery.

Off Topic / Traditional asian foods... some amazing stuff:
« on: June 15, 2018, 05:16:40 pm »
Some cool recipes in Asia mostly, not really raw paleo, but... quite near in some cases, not really mono meals:
Bali: Lawar relish (mostly raw, onion, spices, coconut, fresh herbs and veg, though not always all ingredients raw) and sometimes mixed with raw pig blood.
Yunnnan, south China: raw pig sashimi, including skin
Japan: high quality free-range raw chicken sashimi in nice teriyaki restaurant, apparently tasty and tender.
Korea: fermented raw fish sashimi
-Lomi lomi  (some sort of salad with tomato-onion plus raw fish)
-Poke: raw fish/tuna, tender with marinade, apparently amazing stuff.
Never tried any of these things, but honestly... quite tempting. What I like with S E Asia is that because they dont really rely on dairy, they are big fans of animal fats and innards/organs, even if cooked.
I have noticed that many people addicted to dairy are disgusted by animals fats and organs. (Which is quite a majority of people in the West).

General Discussion / Re: Parasites Worms in our intestines
« on: June 10, 2018, 09:01:02 pm »
There is a reason why people have used a lot of spices and herbs, especially in hot countries.
Many traditionally used spices are actually quite effective to kill all sort of parasites. Ginger, galangal, chili, garlic, clove, etc...
If you need something really strong, use wormwood, super effective, but should be used only under certain amount of time. One side effect also is that it makes one a bit tired, so take only in the evening. Btw, it is super bitter and not tasty at all, but it really works.

General Discussion / Re: Frozen Raw grainfed fowl?
« on: June 10, 2018, 08:53:04 pm »
and I've seen people have some sort of vermiculture to feed the chickens...

I knew one guy who was regularly finding meat in the dumpster and feeding it to his chickens. They love it.
Well, I would not really do it, as this meat was not organic nor free-range, but anyway...
You should see how shocked vegetarian look, when I tell them this. They could never imagine that a chicken loves meat...

General Discussion / Re: Frozen Raw grainfed fowl?
« on: June 10, 2018, 08:42:21 pm »
Actually I've seen a vid from a permaculture place from Sweden, where they time the release of the free going chicken in a field where sheep/goats/cattle had been before, so that after 10 days or so, the grubs hatch from the animal poo and the chicken can feast on them.
Chicken actually also eat greens, and seeds when running around outside free, and  will also find more grubs than you think. The chicken in Asia just roam the whole day outside, and trust me, they feed all day on what they find in the organic farm where I lived. I really find chicken that has spent its days outside really quite satisfying, they do taste real nice.
Fowl is really my favorite meat, including free range ducks and all sort of wild fowl. But I would not buy a normal organic chicken, the most important thing is that it has spent most of its day outdoor.

Science / Re: What Britain looked like in the last Ice-Age
« on: June 06, 2018, 03:32:50 pm »
After the ice age most of the Uk was covered with trees/forests. Oak-hazel woodlands for instance, dominated the north. Some islands today that are totally devoid of trees, used to be covered with hazels for instance.

Hot Topics / Re: Fruitarian interview in DM
« on: June 01, 2018, 07:56:30 pm »
^ ^
 Actually I was referring to my time as a fruitarian. And yes, I was a vegan, before I was a fruitarian, and I didn't have at all a good sense of smell at the time, actually less good than average even.
I can definitively say that my sense of smell became very fine tuned after some weeks of fruitarianism.
Fruitarianism did have some powerful cleansing thing, I really did feel that it was good for me in the beginning, actually I could definitely see the benefits of it, but the point is, it should have been done for a certain amount of time, it should not be "a lifestyle".

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