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  1. Drareg

    Pfizer and Lab Grown meat

    The inspiration for lab grown meat comes from Pfizers left over vaccine slurry, considering many of the neo-meat companies were floated on the stock market it explains the hype, the pump is soon to become a dump. Once again big corporate is looking for public tax payer investment to save the...
  2. D

    Theory, which may explain copper toxicity/deficiency/low cerruloplasmin

    I have been studying the topic of copper for a long time. I previously linked copper toxicity to my, ADHD(ADHD and copper toxicity). But I also have low cerruloplasmin and copper deficiency symptoms such as fatigue and balance problems. I intuitively understood that a person can be toxic and...
  3. Rinse & rePeat

    EASY "PEATY" PROTEINS - Recipes with photos & Step By Step Instructions

    "Besides fasting, or chronic protein deficiency, the common causes of hypothyroidism are excessive stress or “aerobic” (i.e. anaerobic) exercise, and diets containing beans, lentils, nuts, unsaturated fats (including carotene), and undercooked broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, and mustard greens...
  4. Hans

    Here’s how to get all your vitamins and minerals without vegetables

    I've gotten this question quite frequently. It's actually very simple to get all your micros without eating any veggies. But don't get me wrong, I'm not saying you have to avoid veggies entirely (as long as they're not gut-irritating), they can taste absolutely great for sure. But many people...
  5. Sefton10

    Stone Age humans were Hypercarnivores

    This study had a bit of traction online in the UK media recently. A couple of friends sent it to me as justification for their carnivore/primal style diets. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-9440677/Stone-Age-humans-HYPERCARNIVORES-survived-meat.html I would be interested in...
  6. Tarmander

    Why You Should Eat Raw Meat

    For the last two months I have been eating raw beef every morning and it has changed my life. (I attached a youtube video if you would rather listen to this then read it) I have been a meat eater since I was a child and through most of my life with the exception of 3 years as a vegetarian in...
  7. Twohandsondeck

    Meat + Citrus Is Good For Digestion But Meat + White Rice Is Good For Getting Jacked?(Vertical Diet)

    This post references the "Vertical Diet" by Stan Efferding. It's a way to eat for physical performance (not necessarily longevity) that has many great testimonies. _________________________________________________ Anecdotally I've found that eating meat and then following it with pineapple...
  8. haidut

    Height Is Dependent On Diet Quality, Not Genes

    I posted a few threads in the past demonstrating that gene are likely not the main driver of height, despite the mainstream dogma vehement claiming to the contrary. Dutch People Gained 20cm Of Height In Just 150 Years Protein Quality, Not Genes, Determine Male Height Intelligence and height...
  9. haidut

    Protein Quality, Not Genes, Determine Male Height

    I posted a study on the height of Dutch men - a well studied phenomenon officially explained by genes, but recently recast as one possibly due to diet. Dutch People Gained 20cm Of Height In Just 150 Years Now this new study adds more evidence to the diet hypothesis as it found a population in...
  10. P

    Is It Bad To Freeze Meat?

    in dr peat article 'Meat physiology, stress, and degenerative physiology' he says cold storage of meat causes them to have high polyamines.so my question is that is freezing as much bad?or it is safe?!
  11. E

    Do Meats In Supermarkets Contain Higher Amounts Of Endotoxin?

    Ray has talked about the meat in mexico always being fresh and not aged like the meat in the US. We also know that ground meat contains higher amounts of endotoxins than regular meat. How much of a difference do you think there is in endotoxin content from a animal killed, cooked, and eaten in...
  12. T

    high amount of chicken

    I have trouble finding free range chicken. I buy oven baked chicken strips by the kilo. It's a main source of calories and protein for me. Since its a fact that chicken are often given hormones, I am wondering what I could eat to counteract this. Any ideas ?
  13. Y

    Sugar Molecule Links Red Meat Consumption And Elevated Cancer Risk In Mice

    http://health.ucsd.edu/news/releases/Pa ... ancer.aspx
  14. C

    Does beef raise temperature?

    I ate some beef today and my temperature is higher than usual. I dont usually eat beef. I get my protein from milk, cheese and gelatin.
  15. T

    Does kosher meat have less iron?

    As an ignorant atheist gentile, I think preparation of meat according to the Book involves draining as much as possible of the blood from the meat after slaughter and before butchering, but I'm not sure. Is this right? If so, does that mean it would contain less iron, because the blood has a...
  16. S

    How does the body signal hunger for protein?

    Yeah, we start craving food with protein, but does anyone know what types of hormones, etc. signal that? We know how it works for sugar: i.e., glucose-insulin cycle. Is there something like that for protein as well? Thanks
  17. Daimyo

    Eating chicken and human temperature

    Hi guys and girls, I have been peating for quite long time, eating a relatively good diet. Two days ago I have eaten about a 500 grams of fried chicken (cooked at home)... When I woke up the next day my temperature was 0,6* lower than normal! It went from 36,6*C to 36,0*C! Was it PUFA or...
  18. L

    Protein linked to inflammation

    How does this low protein diet work http://anti-itisdiet.blogspot.com/2007/ ... teins.html
  19. D

    Rinsing Ground Beef To Get Rid Of The Fat?

    Hello everyone, At my local supermarket regular ground beef is now on sale for really cheap. It's common commercial grainfed meat,so non-organic and has some ascorbic acid added to it,but the organic meat is too expensive for me to buy regularly and I seem to need meat on a fairly regular...
  20. E

    How To Depufa Chicken

    When making a chicken based broth, a lot of the fat rises to the top. Does anyone have an idea of what percentage of fat you can remove? If you could get it low enough, chicken doesn't seem like such a bad protein source. Low iron and far more digestible than beef. Remove skin and fat, leave...
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