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Health / Re: BAD BREATH - What to do?
« Last post by Dingeman on Today at 07:42:19 pm »
It's always gut problems. It's your gut rebalancing bacteria. It should go away after a couple of months/a year, depending on your situation. With high meat it should go away faster.
I am not able to get the wild liver/heart, but lungs of deer are offered to me.

So my question is, if lungs are equally healthy and is it worth to buy them?
2 years and 2 months later...

I finally found a clip where AV talks about sprouts. It was 3 to 5 days.

0:50 to 2:10
Health / Re: BAD BREATH - What to do?
« Last post by TheArt on Today at 04:28:16 pm »
I am resuming this thread because I noticed to have unpleasant breath after eating meat. It comes from my stomach as cleaning my mouth doesn't help. Is there any food which I could eat afterwards that could improve the situation?
And how can you tell that the reason are detox, gut or liver problems? I really hope it is a temporary thing...
Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« Last post by sabertooth on Today at 11:59:13 am »
Tristan from the Primal Edge wants to do a follow up pod cast in the near future, and I will post any updates here as soon as we figure out a day and time.
I would recommend you use potassium citrate instead of chloride because citrate is the natural company of potassium.
There is a ketogenic group on Facebook (not raw) that claims that salt is unnecessary if your potassium intake is high. (8 grams as HG had). The group has a lot of members and all of them are doing well on a high protein high fat ketogenic diet without adding salt unless they are fasting.
The group has a lot of studies focusing just on potassium and his interaction with sodium. Also, they talk about the dangers of chloride in salt.
The group name is: Optimal Ketogenic Living. If you go there, you can make your own research.
Just stumbled across this. What the bible says about eating animals. Which are clean/unclean to eat, about phytotoxins, carnivores and scavengers and other things There is some interesting information in there, but also some things that donĀ“t make any sense. Whatever you make of this :)
Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: Best water source?
« Last post by dair on Yesterday at 06:47:14 pm »
Well, that is a bit of a stupid question to ask what is best, spring water or distilled... I mean....?????
Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: Best water source?
« Last post by dair on Yesterday at 06:45:55 pm »
I used to travel a lot in poor asian countries and had to buy bottled water, sometimes there was no choice but distilled water, and I felt instinctively how bad the stuff was. It felt very unnatural. Mineral water is more natural, even though the plastic alway leaches into the water, I can really feel and taste a difference.
Science / Wood burning major cause of air-pollution
« Last post by TylerDurden on Yesterday at 04:17:58 pm »

It seems that cooking via using wood is indeed a major problem re air-pollution...
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