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General Discussion / Re: Buying frozen dog food
« Last post by sabertooth on Yesterday at 04:30:01 am »
Some Raw Milk suppliers will sell their stuff on the black market as pet food, in order to avoid persecution under idiocratic anti raw laws.

Some independent companies will sell higher quality meats as dog food( with a wink wink) in order to avoid having pay the extra toll to have it officially inspected.

Its sad to say that there may indeed be pet food suppliers who could get better quality meats than what is sold in the local human food store.

I wouldn't recommend it unless you are absolutely sure of the quality of the Animals being sold under the all natural label. The site does not specify the source of the meat....so buyer beware
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General Discussion / Re: monocytes
« Last post by flapsandwich on Yesterday at 03:35:27 am »
yes! had bleeding gums for many years now... just wont go. any ideas? had a horrible tooth sorted with a Root Canal.. that caused me SOOOO much trouble... so then i told the dentist to rip the bastard outm after abcess after abcess.. nothing but misery, i left a gap there ever since... that was 7 years ago. but bleeding gums have been happening for more years than that. not sure why. how is this related to monocytes do you think? and do you know how i can sort it? thanks for info
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General Discussion / Re: Buying frozen dog food
« Last post by van on Yesterday at 03:27:03 am »
wouldn't feed dogs milk
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After a 100,000 or so odd years of chasing mega-fauna through the arctic circle it seems feasible that at least a few small bands of intrepid bipeds would of roved over the ice frontier into the North American continent.

These bands would have remained fairly small in the harsh new world and may have never established permanent settlements. Having to continually follow the herds they would have needed to traveled light, and left not much of a trace behind living upon the constantly shifting glacial ice...before being wiped out by the same event that extincted all the mega Fauna.
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Off Topic / Re: Give us a laugh !
« Last post by sabertooth on Yesterday at 02:31:20 am »
I think I know that guy....

The article doesn't do his cause any justice, and deliberately omits to show the threatening and harassment from the other side.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=unnzbghJB28&t=833s

Around the 7 minuet ma thrke unhinged social justice patrol comes in and violently disrupts this perfectly legal and peaceful protest, and around 12 minuets a crazed woman committed assault against the camera man.
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General Discussion / Re: monocytes
« Last post by Mr_Sirloin on Yesterday at 01:24:55 am »
Monocytes are a sign of heightened immune response, but its all too easy to blame this on a new diet. Was your monocyte count always high? Do you have allergies? Autoimmune infections? Swollen gums/gum disease?
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General Discussion / Re: First Video on Eating Raw Meat
« Last post by sabertooth on Yesterday at 01:20:39 am »
Ive had some weird symptoms many years ago when on a fish binge, but because I ate a lot of different varieties like salmon, sardines, mackerel, and various sushi dishes along with experimenting with drinking milk its difficult to know what the cause was. For about 3 week, I would have some light spasms in my gut. It wasn't painful, the only symptom was a light quivering spasm a few times a day, an involuntary sensation of something out of the ordinary. The symptoms went away and I had a similar episode a couple of years later but much milder and it went away on its own as well.

I often wonder if such symptoms are from periodic worm exposures that come and go on their own without leading to any real long term issue.
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Hot Topics / Re: HGH , Anabolic Hormones vs RAW MEAT and old age
« Last post by Grey-Cup on Yesterday at 12:29:44 am »
Surfsteve, any more insights gleaned from your offal cycling?
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Science / 300,000-years-old palaeo remains found in Bering Strait Island
« Last post by TylerDurden on August 16, 2018, 08:51:52 pm »
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-6066691/How-Palaeolithic-man-conquered-Arctic-en-route-America.html

A while back, some scientists claimed to have found evidence of Neanderthal colonisation of the Americas c.115,000 years ago. The above evidence makes it clear that so-called "apemen" had already colonised the Americas much earlier than that, certainly ever since the advent of Homo Erectus. I don't see how it is possible for ancient humans to just visit a couple of islands in the Bering Strait without also going further as well. Well, it proves that the "long, slow" interpretation of evolution is a more likely possibility, and it also shows that we have greatly underestimated the mental/physical abilities of  past hominids.
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General Discussion / Buying frozen dog food
« Last post by Mr_Sirloin on August 16, 2018, 08:09:56 pm »
https://www.naturaldogsdirect.co.uk/
Raw milk and cheap meat, but not intended for human consumption.
Anybody have any experience with this? Is it worth taking the risk to save some money?
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