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Health / Gum inflamation disease / Gingivitis / periodontitis
« Last post by Visigot on May 10, 2019, 07:49:23 pm »
Hello you all, I'm new so I salute you all. The first of all I want to apoligize my english I'm from Spain. I'm being raw paleo since january 2019.  I have improved my health a lot even one scar from the circumcision have dissapeared! My anal itching is gone!  >D

But the only thing it remains is an inflamation of the gums (it has improved, but not healt at all) sometimes if I brush it bleeds, specially the gum from above I have a litle bit of dental tartar, buy my teeth are white.

I've read from articles from Aajonus Vonderplanitz that gum diseases is from the mercury and aluminium being expelled throught the ganglia and gum vessels. He specially recomends raw milk to heal the gums. Even he recommended to drink raw milk in this way as the calves do.

https://youtu.be/tE9u5QByE0E

https://www.wewant2live.com/do-people-on-primal-diet-have-more-gum-and-tooth-diseases/
https://www.wewant2live.com/dental-hygiene-causes-of-decay-and-reversal-and-re-enamelization/

I have many gum bags, how could I reverse it? It will be eliminated when heavy metals leave my body? What do you recommend to clean my teeth I use coconut oil, maybe Could I use any kind of animal fat or butter?

I've been thinking in puting some spoiled meat on my gums, because is full of bacteria and it will helps to heal and deinflamated.

Thank you all!

 
 
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I found that, when eating high-meat, I got no beneficial effect from eating just the marble-sized portions that Aajonus recommended. I had to eat at least a cubic inch of high-meat in order to get anywhere near the full effect on mood/alertness etc. I also found that if I ate high-meat continuously every day for several weeks, that, after 2-3 weeks, the beneficial effect disappeared, as, presumably, my body got used to the bacteria in the high-meat.
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I'm just wondering if there is a danger in consuming too much high meat. I'm sure Aajonus Vonderplantiz said to eat a few chunks a week. I might be wrong though. And then in this video where he is on a TV show, the presenter says "In fact. The meat he eats everyday is intentionally rotted for over a year.".

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

When starting to eat high meat, I think it's definitely best to start with a very small piece.
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At first, me neither, I couldn't imagine a problem with letting ferment the high meat for longer than a year.. Since the longer one lets it sit, the further the bacteria will decompose / predigest the meat and the more bacteria will arise.

On the other side, what happens when there is no food left for tw bacteria? I don't know what biochemical processes occur then. Bacteria die-off? Toxic byproducts? Maybe that's what the man in your posted video refers to as being dangerous in to old high meat.

I have no idea! I'm actually going to start eating the high tongue from the big jar in a few weeks time instead of waiting near to a year. I'm also thinking about buying a cooler box to place the jar in. At the moment i've just got it in a cardboard box and i'm changing the Ice packs every day. It'll be much cooler in a proper box.

I am regretting using so much tongue now just because of how much it clumps together, which makes me worried about oxygen not getting to it. I should have gone with lots of liver instead because it seems to move freely.
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Welcoming Committee / new member from the philippines
« Last post by kelpguy on May 10, 2019, 06:51:08 am »
hi everyone
i've been reading the forum for a couple of months and feel i should introduce myself.
i used to read the rawpaleodiet yahoo group but i didn't follow the group to this site cuz i haven't had decent internet access until recently.

i started my raw journey in 1979; the wigmore, kulvinskas, walker days. i was a newbie vegetarian at the time and i started off the adventure doing a 9 day cooked juice fast and (oppss) i found myself down to 115# (i'm 5'10'') and feeble; i needed help to get up off the floor, that's when i started my raw journey and i was back on my feet running a chainsaw in less than a month.

i'm 77yo now, no aces or pains, still climbing trees and enjoying life in the tropics.  i'd say ''raw works.''

i've been all or mostly raw throughout the journey; no sicknesses other than head colds, etc.  i haven't been to a doctor since age 26, except for a motorcycle accident 13 years ago, and dentists and an eye doctor but i've recently started having a bloated belly which prompted me to start a paleo journey to see if the bloating decreased. 

a couple of months ago, i slowly started eating more raw flesh/fats and less plants/fruit with only a few minor discomforts while my system adjusted to the new regime and i'm happy to report that the bloating is minimal to none now.  i'm amazed at how little i can eat and have the same or more energy than i was experiencing on a high raw fruit/veggie diet.

i'm currently living in the filipines and have good access to local no-spray veggies and fruits, filipino style grass-fed meats and fresh wild caught sea foods.

many thanks to all members for posting their journals and trails and errors on the forum; it's very inspiring. 

looking forward to a raw paleo adventure...


ps... i wrote the above more than a month ago so i need to update; maybe start a journal.
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Hot Topics / Re: Couple die of bubonic plague after eating raw marmot meat
« Last post by TylerDurden on May 10, 2019, 05:26:53 am »
Hmm, sounds dodgy. Nurses have told me that giving blood is a good idea as the human body regularly  over-produces iron in the blood in order to counter parasitic infestations. Ethnic Kazakhs would have some European ancestry but not necessarily that much, especially if in Mongolia.
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General Discussion / Journey's end
« Last post by RogueFarmer on May 10, 2019, 04:15:59 am »
Dan Pena “Life Is Not A Journey" "life is not a journey it's a process, unless you are a moron."
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PJqYD5ZEX_0

Where is the best place to invest in pasture land for raising grass fed livestock?
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Hot Topics / Re: Couple die of bubonic plague after eating raw marmot meat
« Last post by sabertooth on May 10, 2019, 12:01:30 am »
These articles always seem dubious, there is no corroborating evidence, not photoes of the victims, no background health information, absolutely nothing at all that would give a better picture of what actually happened. There is this pretentious insinuation that people who are otherwise perfectly healthy are instantly killed dead after a brief exposure to a particular germ, and I am calling Bullshit. Look deeper into these cases any you will almost always find that these people are in some way already compromised, and are so susceptible to illness that the common cold would have killed them just as easily as some phantom plague.
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