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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-5759347/Men-suffered-trauma-children-pass-anxiety-kids-sperm.html

More evidence of epigenetics. The point being that the harm done by consumption of cooked foods may well be passed on to the next generation(s) as well even if the person went rawpalaeo well before the conception of his children. I figure at least 3 generations of RPDness are needed to get rid of the epigenetic side-effects of cooked foods consumption.
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General Discussion / Re: Enema - Colonic administration Guidelines
« Last post by van on Today at 07:28:17 am »
I would also agree that they should be used when absolutely needed, if lets say u didn´t have bowel movements for several days or severe blockages. But I think it´s a better approach than laxative pills.

@Van it would be great if you could state your opinion considering your experience with other people.

3. What time would be best. Mornings only? Or evenings?
5. How to clean an enema sack? With water, "natural soap", ACV?
6. What to eat before and after an enema? And throughout the remaing day.
7. How long to retain the liquid and what positions during administration should be used?
I really don't want to  coach here.  But, will say an easy way is to bend over and using a fleet enema plastic squeeze bottle with tip, insert around 8 ounces, more and you risk distention of the bowel. You can lay down, massage your abdomen a bit if one wants, and slowly get up and sit on toilet.    But please, people, don't get in the habit of using it to go.  Use before eating.  Ok, that's all.
I think many people might do them in the wrong way, because they read somewhere, somehow, how it 'should' be done. But they could harm themselves by doing them wrong or overdoing them.

And what dario said makes sense. Grains and similar carbs make the stool much harder, so if u have a compromised digestion these type of foods can get stuck easily leading to constipation. Then when you drink too much water it can dry out even more leading to more issues. Which can resort in abusing the 'tool'.
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I used to do enemas some time ago. Ever since I started eating naturally I've not been constipated once. I only have a bowel movement once a week (perhaps this is because I used to eat so much processed food, carbohydrates, fiber etc... that I became dependent on it), but I don't have any problem with that. My stools are perfectly fine.

I would honestly say that unless you know you are constipated, you should not do enemas. If you are eating a natural diet, you should not use enemas to detox.

If you plan on doing it, time does not matter in my opinion. You can clean it with whatever you want, although I would suggest avoiding anything that you wouldn't put in your mouth. Eat whenever. You should retain the liquid until you can't anymore. Depending on where the blockage is, you might need to use more or less liquid. I used water and olive oil enemas myself.

Goodsamaritan is probably the better person to ask, since he seems to use this on other people all the time.

As I've already, I don't recommend doing enemas at all unless you absolutely have to. Otherwise you might get dependent on them and then you'll want to use them more and more... Until eventually you'll cause yourself more problems than it was worth.
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General Discussion / Re: Enema - Colonic administration Guidelines
« Last post by norawnofun on Today at 04:41:04 am »
I would also agree that they should be used when absolutely needed, if lets say u didn´t have bowel movements for several days or severe blockages. But I think it´s a better approach than laxative pills.

@Van it would be great if you could state your opinion considering your experience with other people.

3. What time would be best. Mornings only? Or evenings?
5. How to clean an enema sack? With water, "natural soap", ACV?
6. What to eat before and after an enema? And throughout the remaing day.
7. How long to retain the liquid and what positions during administration should be used?

I think many people might do them in the wrong way, because they read somewhere, somehow, how it 'should' be done. But they could harm themselves by doing them wrong or overdoing them.

And what dario said makes sense. Grains and similar carbs make the stool much harder, so if u have a compromised digestion these type of foods can get stuck easily leading to constipation. Then when you drink too much water it can dry out even more leading to more issues. Which can resort in abusing the 'tool'.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fYiCPmwOV4A

Here, in LOTR, Gollum is revealed as being a fan of raw fish and a hater of cooked foods. Needless to say, the one eating raw meat is also the most repulsive one in the group. I generally prefer it when the raw-meat-eating actor is also the hero of the movie/Tv series etc.  rather than the villain.

It's interesting that (at least in the movies) while Bilbo has the ring, he never ages, but once he loses the ring, he quickly catches up on his missed aging and deteriorates and has to be sent off to live with the elves so as not to die of old age. However, while Smeagol turns into Gollum after centuries possessing and obsessing over the ring, and while he doesn't age, once he loses the ring, plenty of time passes (all the time that Bilbo has the ring and even more), and he still doesn't age a day. Could it be a concession that all of the raw fish he liked (and which he ate whole) kept him from aging too much?
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General Discussion / Re: Enema - Colonic administration Guidelines
« Last post by van on Today at 01:18:02 am »
In a recent interview that sv3 conducted with an ex-vegan, it was mentioned that bread and similar foods stick to the intestines and can cause problems. Perhaps this is the reason vegans suffer a greater risk of colon cancer?

I don't know about vegans having higher rates of colon cancer.  But once you start to believe in cleansing, there's no end to it.  The mind will jump in and try to 'fix' .   There millions if not billions spent on cleansing, fasting centers, special diets to cleanse...  I know I've been through it.  Even goes as far as the belief that spiritual advancement is dependant on a clean colon. That's where vegans get really hooked.   Often their whole sacrifice is unconsciously based on being higher or more conscious than us lowly meat eaters.  And the ironic thing is the reverse is true, as the brain or higher centers are so dependant on glandular health and providing the brain and the rest of the body optimal fats and proteins.

Also, cleansing enemas, such as coffee enemas and the like, tend to be very popular in the vegan community. Any thoughts if this might be diet related, or if it's just a psychological obsession with being clean?
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Again, they would not willingly and happily kill their own children to benefit other children in the tribe/band/group/whatever, it doesn't matter how small the difference in genetics is, there's a difference.

And you keep failing to recognize that a mother in paleo times did not provide herself with all of the resources required for survival, she's not a bear. H-G humans lived in groups and shared resources in a communistic style. Which is why communism is so attractive for people who don't understand economics and don't understand that the paradigm shifted 180 degrees with the development of agriculture and civilization.
More nonsense. I had pointed out that a mother would indeed be willing to sacrifice perfectly healthy children in order to save her own life, so that she could bear healthy children in subsequent years. Just a matter of self-interest.
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More anthropomorphism... Or worse, you only grant them the worse human qualities in these terms. You often argue against destroying the Earth,  that means you must believe humans have the capacity to not destroy the Earth. Then an infinitely powerful and infinitely wise being would be infinitely able to do this as well (infinite in relative terms to our power and wisdom)
Wrong again. I DO believe that humans will destroy the Earth and themselves.I just think it is worth trying to fight against the inevitability, that's all.As regards aliens, the Fermi Paradox proves the lack of starfaring aliens. It is absurd to assume that an alien species would be 100% benevolent. Being alien, they would not even behave in human terms. Plus, belonging to a civilisation possessing superior technology, they are highly likely to wipe out others by mistake. After all, the definition of technology is the increasing ability to manipulate one's environment.....
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Most people have seen UFOs. By definition, anytime you've seen something moving across the sky and you don't know what it is, you've seen a UFO. Personally I've seen many, and 2 in particular I can't explain in any other way than a superior intelligence, or a hidden technology so far beyond my understanding that it seems like a superior intelligence. Either that, or they might have been hallucinations. I obviously can't tell.
https://www.nytimes.com/1999/07/06/science/alien-abduction-science-calls-it-sleep-paralysis.html
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Haha, you obviously haven't encountered many. The difference is so big that once you've met a few dozen of them at random, you immediately realize it's true.
I have met quite a number, living in Europe as I do, and being next to areas where they live(Hampstead Heath etc.). None of them portrayed any sign of higher intelligence.Quite the reverse.Which makes sense since inbreeding causes lower intelligence and lower fertility etc.
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Askenazis only make up 30% of Israel's population, and in fact they are much less inbred in Israel than they are anywhere else in the world, since in Israel they frequently mix with non ashkenazi jews, whereas in other parts of the world, they don't do it as much (at least the religious ones), simply because they don't live in close proximity to other jewish groups in large numbers. Other jewish populations have roughly the same IQ as the broader race they belong to, it's only ashkenazis that have much higher IQ.
Having read Haaretz in recent times, I have noted that, in Israel/the US, those Jews with the highest birth-rates are Ashkenazi Jews, so much so that in 1 generation it has been estimated by secular Israelis that Israeli citizens will be 40% Ashkenazi Orthodox Jewish and 40% Arab-Israeli. Also, Ashkenazi Jews form  47.5% of the Israeli Jewish population. The fact that overall average intelligence is so low in Israel, despite such a high percentage of Ashkenazi Jews proves my point. Also, Ashkenazis do not necessarily mix with other types of Jews, indeed there is a lot of racism towards other types in Israel:-
https://972mag.com/the-roots-of-anti-mizrahi-racism-in-israel/114424/
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So yes, an average IQ of all Israeli people is irrelevant when calculating the ashkenazi IQ, and even a study of ashkenazi IQ in Israel should be taken with a grain of salt.
According to scientists studying this topic, they point out that the many genetic diseases that Ashkenazi Jews(and other Jews) have actually led to reduced intelligence, not greater intelligence:-

https://newrepublic.com/article/77727/groups-and-genes

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And of course, your claim that inbreeding to a mild extent like that seen by these groups decreases IQ and longevity is again disproven.
I happen to have read on the subject of inbreeding, and know the facts, unlike you. For example, one of the key characteristics of Jewish law is that an uncle is allowed to marry his niece.:-

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jewish_views_on_incest

The point being that, unlike with Islam which only allows 1st-cousin-marriages, Jewish law allows, er "much further flexibility" as regards incest.So my point that Ashkenazi Jews are severely inbred has been proven beyond doubt:-
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medical_genetics_of_Jews#Ashkenazi_diseases

Oh,and Jews do indeed have higher rates of infertility, in line with what we know about the effects of inbreeding:-
http://jewishweek.timesofisrael.com/the-silent-struggle-of-infertility/

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So even though they're genetically much worse off, they're much healthier. Then your claim that most of human ill health is caused by inbreeding is again proved to be nonsense.
Meaningless as longevity is not linked to level of inbreeding. Churchill lived till 90 despite being an alcoholic drunkard, incompetent, and a severe cigar-smoker.I did NOT claim that most human ill-health was caused by inbreeding, I merely stated the obvious that inbreeding caused many genetic diseases , especially if the genetically-defective were not weeded out(eg:-
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Health_among_the_Amish

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General Discussion / Re: Enema - Colonic administration Guidelines
« Last post by dariorpl on Today at 12:51:31 am »
Enemas are TOOLS.

I have saved real PEOPLE with enemas.

Always have enema buckets at home for any emergency.

I am the family healer and enema knowledge is a MUST.

Enemas I have used to heal people:

Water enema
Sugar and Salt enema
Oil enemas (VCO, Olive oil)
Coffee enemas

TOOLS are no different from having a HAMMER, a COMPUTER, etc.

From the trend of your questions... it seems you want to know if enemas are recommended as a mainstay of a healthy life style?

My answer would be in the same tone as most of the long timers here... NO... not for a long term healthy lifestyle.

I only recommend enemas as TOOLS.

Strive to live a clean and healthy life... keep enema knowledge and equipment for emergencies.

This is how I think about them. They can be used in the case of severe constipation or intestinal blockage?
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General Discussion / Re: Enema - Colonic administration Guidelines
« Last post by dariorpl on Today at 12:47:37 am »
In a recent interview that sv3 conducted with an ex-vegan, it was mentioned that bread and similar foods stick to the intestines and can cause problems. Perhaps this is the reason vegans suffer a greater risk of colon cancer?

Also, cleansing enemas, such as coffee enemas and the like, tend to be very popular in the vegan community. Any thoughts if this might be diet related, or if it's just a psychological obsession with being clean?
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