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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.
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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?
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2 years and 2 months later...

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

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bKs1LRaW6cg

0:50 to 2:10
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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...
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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.
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Surfsteve:
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.
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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 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e9UjzFoE1FI&t=1316s There is some interesting information in there, but also some things that donĀ“t make any sense. Whatever you make of this :)
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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....?????
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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.
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Science / Wood burning major cause of air-pollution
« Last post by TylerDurden on Yesterday at 04:17:58 pm »
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-6402031/Wood-burning-stoves-emit-six-times-pollution-diesel-truck.html


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