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yes, a babies/childs health is a direct result of the mothers lifestyle(eating habits, alcohol/drug/pharmaceutical/vaccine use, sleeping habits) before, during and after pregnancy.

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General Discussion / The Indoor Generation
« on: June 17, 2018, 03:52:33 pm »

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Health / Re: Liver problems, high cholesterol - NEED HELP
« on: May 22, 2018, 12:50:17 am »
I would eat bitter greens like dandelion and artichoke leaves and even olive leaves, and milk thistle seeds. I eat greens with a lot of apple vinegar.

I also had some high cholesterol though not that much, and some liver congestion, and I solved it with olive oil mixed with citrus juice 1st thing in the morning to do some liver flush. No fat for dinner.

Bile is made of cholesterol, so you have to flush it out, and also bile will remove toxins. Olive oil is for me the best at doing this. Not only organic and cold pressed, I choose the strongest taste, not the ones they sell as "mild".

hi, how much olive oil in how much citrus juice? how much u wait before u eat?

which brand(s) of olive oil do u use?

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Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Re: Raw starchy vegetables
« on: April 23, 2018, 03:06:52 pm »
I've read in the perfect health diet that rice is tolerated well by a lot of people, but wheat reduces IQ, so rice could be your best choice.

I do badly on any cooked starch, some kind of microbe imbalance, also have to minimise even raw sugar like fruit, but luckily do very well with raw starch and fibre, and raw animal food.

It's funny looking a shop and the answer is no to almost all the products.

I do drink peppermint, liquorice, (and some green tea), that seems ok, and normally drink the tea leaves too as they are a great source of fibre.

wheat reduces IQ or the chemicals sprayed on the wheat?

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Off Topic / Re: Article recommending avoiding washing once a day
« on: April 23, 2018, 02:54:58 pm »

in my understanding, the body eliminates loads of toxins during sleep through the skin and the morning shower will wash it off so you wont reabsorb the toxins

im wondering if one does complete body skin brushing first thing in the morning, is showering still needed right after? would the skin brushing remove the toxins without the need to shower?

@van, can you please post a link from where you bought your boar bristle brush?

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Hot Topics / Re: Fruitarian interview in DM
« on: April 04, 2018, 09:58:48 pm »
fruitarian diet is ok for 3- 90 days(hotema said one girl drank only fruit juice for 6 months with incredible results, e.g. teeth regrew), to cleanse the body...but one should transition to raw animal foods while still eating fruits

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Off Topic / Re: Microplastics in plastic water bottles
« on: April 04, 2018, 09:55:41 pm »
i truly believe this anti-sea food is just scare mongering... to make people not eat sea food..which is full of minerals

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General Discussion / Re: aged cheese much better than raw beef
« on: April 04, 2018, 03:06:58 am »
why not add  few tbls of raw pineapple or papaya to meat? they are full of enzymes

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Ridiculous, Scandinavians drink the most milk and are strongest and tallest in the world. Milk contains HGH too you know, that's why it's given to babies etc to make them grow. Not to mention the calcium which most people don't get enough of.

how much calcium do u think we should get daily?

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Primal Diet / Re: looking for raw grass fed beef in South of France
« on: February 26, 2018, 05:13:21 pm »
you could try using google

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General Discussion / Re: Please help contact this user/person
« on: February 25, 2018, 09:07:06 pm »
anybody else knows how could  I contact this person(user: roony)?

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General Discussion / Re: Jaw infection
« on: February 18, 2018, 03:41:44 am »
essential oil of oregano, clove or thieves blend...hydrogen peroxide

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Exercise / Bodybuilding / Re: Fueling your workout
« on: February 03, 2018, 07:54:31 pm »
I haven't found that I need to eat anything unusual. I personally don't drink water, and instead drink raw milk. I found that after intense workouts I am a bit thirstier than usual, so I will drink a cup of milk.

during your workout u drink raw milk?

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General Discussion / Re: Please help contact this user/person
« on: January 30, 2018, 05:26:18 pm »
if you happen to find out let me know, I tried to con tact this person at one time I think we corresponded for z bit but all of that got deleted when vs switched servers once I think

could you please check if ur correspondence was deleted or not? if not, please PM it to me.

anybody else knows a possible contact info for/with this user/person?

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Health / Re: 22 Years Old, Severe Leaky Gut, Help Going Raw
« on: January 17, 2018, 08:31:50 pm »
Hey folks!

I am now back at college for my final semester. Fortunately the supermarkets in the area have grass fed beef options and wild salmon, however sushi-grade salmon is $37 per pound! Grass fed beef is about $10 per pound. So I'm trying to figure out how I can afford to eat raw paleo without running out of money before the semester ends.

Regrettably, I still have not tried a raw steak form the supermarket because I am terrified of getting food poisoning. I only buy grass-fed meat which comes in vacuum sealed packages. I sear it 20-30 seconds a side and eat everything but the cooked outside parts.

Cooked meat causes bloating and swollen lymph nodes for me, similar to what Aajonus experienced after his vagatomy.

My current diet consists of:

Beef (mostly ribeye)
Blueberries
Cucumbers
Carrots
Olive oil
Coconut oil
Lightly rendered grass fed suet which I mix with berries.

I really want to just eat the ribeyes raw but the fear of food poisoning is stopping me.

Does anyone else here eat packaged grass fed meat raw? Or does everyone get theres from a butcher?

As always, your input is extraordinarily helpful and formative. Thanks in advance!

lamb breast is cheap and the fattiest meat you can get

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General Discussion / Re: Please help contact this user/person
« on: January 16, 2018, 06:22:36 pm »
Nobody??? :D

His username was: roony

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General Discussion / Please help contact this user/person
« on: January 16, 2018, 01:25:00 am »
Hi all,

I would like to contact this user, his last post was in 2010, eight years ago: https://www.rawpaleodietforum.com/profile/?u=722

Did anybody contact him or knows how can I contact him(e.g. his facebook page etc.)?

Thank you


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Health / Re: 22 Years Old, Severe Leaky Gut, Help Going Raw
« on: January 15, 2018, 03:10:36 am »
I disagree about not getting the sugars out of carrots..  Steer to leeks, garlic, cabbage, shredded broccoli stems, radishes, tasty lettuces, asparagus, bock choi.  You can also empty capsule of superior probiotics into glass of water with one teaspoon of psyllium husks and let sit on counter for a day before drinking on an empty stomach.   The psyllium will protect the bacterias from stomach acid and high ph of small intestine and thus deliver a living source of food supported ( psyllium ) bacteria...  Works quite well. 
  The trick with feeding prebiotics to your growing healthy gut bacteria is to feed them throughout the day.  Gut bacteria multiply every ten minutes.  Thus they need frequent feeding, thus you can snack on prebiotic vegetables as listed.  Leeks  are my go to, as well as cabbage, but often you hear that variety also helps.

so the best case scenario to get the microbiome healthy would be to eat fermented veggies every 2- 3 hours because fermented veggies(the ones you listed in a fermented version and the root/starchy ones as well, because fermentation reduces sugar inveggies) contain both prebiotics and probiotics. Am I right?

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Primal Diet / Re: Brushing Teeth Primal Style
« on: January 14, 2018, 11:46:24 pm »
If your on a paleo diet, it doesnt really matter if you clean them or not, just clear it of debris

But if it contains plastic, the bacteria in your mouth will detiorate it, as all plastics are liquids & leech chemicals, even food grade plastics

You can prevent this easily, by using some lemon or vinegar, as suggested earlier, with something granular as a gentle scourer, im not sure clay is the correct medium, as clay reacts to plastics


Some sort of dried herbs, or oats, would work much better, as they dont react to plastics etc.


Basically create an anerobic environment the bacteria cant feed on, like the lemon, vinegar, peroxide etc

The only problem is, some bacteria will always get at the plastic, its probably best to try & get fully porcelain, or none toxic dentures

Or even better, make your own denture moulds

where can we find nontoxic dentures?

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Im not meaning for this to get personal, sometimes my raw passion gets misconstrued as impertinence, this is not my intent. Yet all civility aside there is an obtuse attitude in many of these interchanges of which I do find offensive to my sensibilities. It is provoked when other people claim that my own personal experience is somehow not valid or worthy of consideration without being backed up by an authoritative citation.

I have attempted to contact people with "proper credentials" and have attempted to communicate many of my own experiences to anyone who will listen only to be snubbed by those who are quick to dismiss ideas that do not fit their own preconceived views. I will be the first to say that Raw meat based diets may not be for everyone, there are trade offs to cooking and many people do fine on cooked diets, I am not a foodist fascist by any means, and am a totally libertarian about allowing people personal choice to live how they chose ,but regardless of this difference of ideals I will insist that there is a great cultural bias and general misunderstanding into the nature of these subjects which is preventing people from being able to make well informed dietary "dissensions".

If I may continue with the subject of cookings effect on bio-availability. There is this preconceived notion that breaking down the proteins by cooking which allows for quicker assimilation, is a positive thing without drawback. I would like to draw attention to a few contentions to this assumption. Raw fats and proteins are "suppose" to take longer to digest and assimilate, carnivores in nature will eat large portions of flesh and then not have to eat again for long periods of time. The body slowly breaks down the food and absorbs its nutrition over time to give a slow and steady supply of energy. When you consume cooked proteins and carbs that are already partially broken down they are assimilated far to quickly for the metabolic and filtration systems of the body to optimally cope with. This leads to glucose spikes in the case of refined carbs, and protein spikes in cooked meats. These protein spikes, high AGE levels, heat degraded EPA/DHA and a myriad of other contamination from aberrant agricultural practices, are what is to blame for all the bad press meat based diets have received from the establishment. For the average healthy individual these negative effects can be coped with to a certain degree, and also are mitigated by a number of modern practices of processing, as well as eating smaller portions many times a day.....but not everyone is the same and many people who do become overloaded with AGEs, or experience high blood sugars, or elevated triglycerides may benefit greatly from eating uncooked and unrefined foods which are absorbed much slower and do not cause as drastic spike in blood glucose, AGE proteins or Deranged fats.

 i thought raw animal foods are broken down faster and easier... somebody told me he eats raw meat, butter and mil during long workouts and it gives him lots of endurance/energy, saying that raw animal food digests super fast and easy

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Health / Re: 'Safe''/LEast toxic dental materials
« on: January 14, 2018, 04:20:17 pm »
Thank you, anybody else?

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Health / Re: 22 Years Old, Severe Leaky Gut, Help Going Raw
« on: January 14, 2018, 04:19:37 pm »
i think raw starchy root veggies like carrots, beets are not an issue because u cant access the sugars unless cooked

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Health / 'Safe''/LEast toxic dental materials
« on: January 13, 2018, 01:46:05 am »
Hi all,

What is the least toxic alternative to amalgam/mercury bridges, crowns, fillings and also what is the least toxic alternative to replace pulled out teeth?

What cement/glue is the least toxic, to glue the crowns/bridges on the teeth?

Thank you

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Hot Topics / Re: Supplements
« on: January 09, 2018, 05:15:42 pm »
The fat is in the skin so scrape the skin real well.

what do u mean by scrape the skin real well? you mean to scrape off the fish scales really well and it the scale-less skin?

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General Discussion / Re: What exactly are paleolithic forms of carbs?
« on: January 09, 2018, 01:21:00 am »
Modern processed carbohydrates always = disease

Low glycaemic wild carbohydrates ie roots, starches = eventually to disease

Medium glycaemic wild fruit = disease


Berries & small fruits like kumquats, are concentrated fruits, with low antinutrients & high naturally occurring agents in the plant to counter the antinutrients


Most seaweeds, are also bad for you, a few like algae, chlorella & spirulina even dried, are beneficial, but they do have moderate carbs & can be negative in the long term

They also thin your blood

blood is not supposed to be thin-ish ? to deliver nutrients and oxygen fast?

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