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General Discussion / Re: strange symptoms when starting out
« Last post by lycan on August 16, 2018, 02:05:30 pm »
I've also noticed that I'm peeing noticeably more than usual, especially in the morning upon waking. Still bloated from last night's dinner also. Did anyone else go through something similar?
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General Discussion / Re: First Video on Eating Raw Meat
« Last post by Raulik on August 16, 2018, 06:05:50 am »
I don't completely understand their life cycle.   Tape worms usually have segments that break off and somehow multiply.   Just know that humans can pick up the tapeworm that lives in Pac. salmon.  They can grow to 30 feet.  Now maybe some would say that those who harbored tapeworms from fish only got them because they ate a standard diet,, but I don't care to take the chance, just like I wouldn't eat a liver with liver flukes eating their way through it.


Growing 30 feet insidd my intestines..


This is exactly the fear I had of eating all raw..


I thought they wete harmless.. now u say ill have a 30feet wormd in me
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General Discussion / strange symptoms when starting out
« Last post by lycan on August 16, 2018, 06:00:01 am »
Hello,

After suffering from various digestive problems (starting with acid reflux to leaky gut & constipation which I'm still healing from) over the last 10 years of my life; I've tried a few common diets such as vegetarian, vegan and omnivore. It's been 3 days since I started eating raw meat (after about a week of watching Sv3rige and AV's videos) and I'm experiencing strange symptoms. I should mention that I live in Norway and its very hard (and expensive) to find grass-fed meats. Over the last 3 days, I've had some rib-eye steak (100 grams approx), some tartar (100 grams ground meat) and sirloin steak (80-90 g).

Symptoms:

1) Slight bloating after eating raw meat - lasts almost 3 hours after eating

2) random itch all over the body with episodes of creepy / crawly sensations

3) slight chills every now and then

4) fatigue / drowsy feeling especially after eating raw meat

Are these just detox symptoms?

I've stopped using my probiotics (Naturewise - Time release probiotic) since this morning, but I haven't felt any different

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General Discussion / Re: First Video on Eating Raw Meat
« Last post by van on August 16, 2018, 05:36:13 am »
I don't completely understand their life cycle.   Tape worms usually have segments that break off and somehow multiply.   Just know that humans can pick up the tapeworm that lives in Pac. salmon.  They can grow to 30 feet.  Now maybe some would say that those who harbored tapeworms from fish only got them because they ate a standard diet,, but I don't care to take the chance, just like I wouldn't eat a liver with liver flukes eating their way through it.
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General Discussion / monocytes
« Last post by flapsandwich on August 16, 2018, 03:46:36 am »

ive had a blood test and my levels in everything they would allow me to be tested for are Good in everything! very happy as have been eating more meat in 2018 than all of my 40 years before that put together probably and my family and friends have been worried. but im a picture of health. been eating approx 80% raw but 95% carnivore.. now quite primal yet..

the only thing that appeared to be a little high were my Monocytes... any idea what that is or why it might be high?

thanks
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General Discussion / Re: First Video on Eating Raw Meat
« Last post by Raulik on August 16, 2018, 02:30:42 am »
Raw is good, but if it's Pacific salmon, very good chance that eventually you'll get parasites, small stomach worms, and larger tapeworms.  The smaller stomach ones eventually die, but can cause ulcerative inflammative conditions over time.   I've had a couple hour long telephone conversations with a Ph.D. Parasitologist who has studied parasites from the Pacific area.  Atlantic Salmon don't carry the same risk, nor frozen fish, but can't stand raw fish after been frozen.   You can actually see the smaller stomach attaching worms if you look carefully in fresh Salmon.


So I dont understand if I swallow some tapeworms what gonna happen to me?
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Off Topic / The least toxic (cooked) junk food.
« Last post by PaganGoy on August 15, 2018, 06:46:59 am »
For those that are poor, or just curious about what the least toxic cooked food would be I think I found an answer.
Steamed white rice cake.  Ajanous vonderplanitz actually mentioned it somewhere in his books as an alternative to cooked potatoes for carb junkies.  It is processed in a good way (better than brown rice anyway), is gluten free, tolerates heat better than most other grains I am aware of, is very moist which lessens the bodies need to dump enzymes to get rid of it, is lower in AGES because it is steamed and presumably also lower in anti nutrients. 
Interestingly because it is uniquely so moist inside after finished cooking the state of when you consume it has been said to affect insulin levels depending on current moisture content.

Some emperor according to wiki used to say that when that when dry it would be beneficial or less harmful for teeth, which makes sense because moistness would make it absorb better and spike insulin levels therefore along with it. 
Therefore it would make sense to put store some fresh airtight and cold and some open to air and consumed at maturation when desired.

I thought of einkorn flour as a contender but thought the sourdough process tedious and ridiculous.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mochi
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rice_cake
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Exercise / Bodybuilding / Re: Fueling your workout
« Last post by norawnofun on August 15, 2018, 06:01:38 am »
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.

If you replaced water with raw milk, how much do you drink per day on average? And beside the workout, do you drink the milk with foods or in between?
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