I can answer most questions on Raw Animal and Vegetable Food Diets such as the Primal Diet, an organic, raw-meat-based diet and a number of similiar all-raw or partially raw Paleolithic diets, such as the Instincto, Weston-Price, Neanderthin, Paleo and Stefansson Diets. Can also offer advice on how to resist social pressure to eat cooked foods etc. For further info on Raw-Animal-Food diets, it's a good idea to browse through GoodSamaritan's website, http://www.rawpaleodiet.com/ , and also to join the following two forums and read their message-archives :- rawpaleoforum.com and http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/rawpaleodiet/
I have been 10 years on a 99%+ raw version of the Palaeolithic Diet and experienced numerous health benefits as a result, being fully recovered from my previous symptoms from my cooked-food days. My own individualised raw, paleolithic diet routine is mostly based on Aajonus Vonderplanitz's Primal Diet(ie 99% raw, usage of "high-meat",no processed supplements, using primarily naturally-reared, organic or wild sources of raw foods) but, for personal reasons, I have also been, to some extent, influenced by ideas from:- Instincto(ie:- taste/instinct,no raw dairy/no raw veggie juice), Weston-Price(eg: preferring grassfed meat to grainfed meat, incorporating a wide variety of raw organ-meats into my diet along with the usual muscle-meats, and Vilhjalmur Stefansson(high-fat diet, pretty high proportion of (raw) animal food), but also eating some raw carbohydrates such as raw organic/wild fruit/veg/honeycomb etc.). I'm also a firm believer in the feast-and-famine idea (ie Intermittent Fasting) as regards boosting one's energy levels, and giving my body a rest from constant digestion.
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No nutritional qualification(I don't believe in standard(misguided) nutritionist doctrine, so I don't feel the need). I simply rely on mine and many others' long-term experiences of raw, palaeolithic diets and I've read most of the books that are vaguely relevant to a raw-meat diet.
I like the concept behind (raw) food being your medicine, as I used to waste vast sums on herbal, vitamin and mineral products,and this raw-meat diet helps me by saving money and improving my health.I also like the huge variety available on this diet. For example, I eat:- wild boar meat,innards,sea-urchin eggs,horsemeat,swordfish,goat etc. etc.
I've learnt almost everything I need now re diet for my own health, anyway, though there are always new tdibits here and there, which pop up from time to time. There's still a lot of scientific research that needs to be done into raw diets, and I'm hoping eventually to adopt other palaeo habits other than diet.
I own a Yahoo Group for Rawpalaeodieters.To join go to the webpage:http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/rawpaleodiet/ Or just click on the box below
This diet is the most controversial diet ever invented.People all over the world have eaten raw-meat dishes such as sashimi, beef carpaccio, steak tartare etc. etc., and suffered no health problems as a result.Yet all the Health Authorities have consistently been trying to enforce regulations on the sale of raw-meat, (such as irradiation laws), despite this obvious fact.
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Hi, Some people cite healthy raw animal fats in general as being detoxifying. Colon-cleansing enemas and using fibre etc. to cleanse out the bowels is only useful if one is eating a toxin-filled cooked
Hi, Well I already answered some of this on rawpaleoforum in my other guise as TylerDurden. Heating at 104 degrees Fahrenheit/40 degrees Celsius would be better. Long-term RVAFers are happy to eat raw
It is normal for people on raw diets to experience mild to moderate symptoms of detox. These usually involve things like mild flu-like symptoms like a hot foreheas or tiredness. I suspect that is all you
I do not consider bone-stock to be necessary as anything one needs from an animal can be gotten in raw form. Anything that has to be cooked beforehand should be thrown away without worrying. I and many
I can safely state that the cartilage does get digested as well. No specific study that I can cite, though, just past experience! Not everything gets digested all the time by everybody, though. In my
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