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  • #46
    Originally posted by unchatenfrance View Post
    Well, no. If I cut back on the dairy and meat, I don't know what the hell I would be eating for the majority of my calories. And don't tell me coconuts because I am so sick of everything being coconut over in the PB world - I'm not freaking Robinson Crusoe over here. I'm in Canada where EVERYTHING is WAAAAY more expensive in the US because the market is that much smaller and less competitive and I refuse on principle to shell out $40/kg on grassfed beef or pastured chicken, even if it's once a week. So I do what I can with the "organic" pork and beef from the market and grocery-store chicken breast.
    Organic brand means it can't be injected with hormones and shit, so you're fine.

    Oysters are pretty cheap, and have a really high amount of nutrients. Potatoes are cheap, cooking them really well and making a soup gives you a safe option for a good source of aminos. Also, sometimes butchers give away bones for broth too.
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    • #47
      Organic is better than nothing, but cows that eat corn get intestinal diseases, e.coli, etc. and mistreated animals have constant cortisol emissions, which wreak the same havoc on their immune systems that they would on a human...

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      • #48
        Originally posted by 2ndChance View Post
        Eat more nuts, too... avocado... lots of veggies... personally I would say grains are less harmful than CAFO meat but that's a personal belief and not scientific fact.
        No one should eat nuts, avocados are hepotoxic, and green vegetables are not suitable for human consumption.
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        • #49
          I already eat a lot of eggs, which are $5/dozen for conventional and $7/dozen for organic in my city. I don't know where the heck you're getting yours for $4. I'm allergic to fish and shellfish so I don't eat those, but I do eat plenty of potatoes and I do get soup bones from my butcher. I'll take my CAFO meat over grains - at least the meat doesn't give me gas.

          How are nuts better from an O6 perspective?

          You want to talk about mistreatment in captivity? Meet the Canadian consumer.
          Last edited by unchatenfrance; 03-18-2013, 02:17 PM.

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          • #50
            Originally posted by unchatenfrance View Post
            I already eat a lot of eggs, which are $5/dozen for conventional and $7/dozen for organic in my city. I'm allergic to fish and shellfish so I don't eat those. I'll take my CAFO meat over grains - at least the meat doesn't give me gas.

            How are nuts better from an O6 perspective?
            I operate more from an emotional standpoint than a "here's this article that says this so I'm gonna do this"

            Seems obvious to me that eating the meat of unhealthy animals is not the path to good health. If that doesn't seem obvious to you, then by all means continue to do so.

            I don't eat tons of nuts, just a handful here and there, I eat tons of veggies, green ones, orange ones, salads, potatoes, fruit here and there, and after giving up grains and legumes for 6+ months I reintroduced them and felt better (I'm about 95% gluten-free, though).

            You should try to find out if there are any farmers nearby. I know it's cold up there so there might be fewer than there are here in Ohio... You may be surprised to find that demand for quality meat/eggs/dairy nearby is higher than you think, though, and that there are people around you running businesses in attempt to meet those needs.

            I don't exercise very much (see first post), so that keeps my caloric needs down, I suppose.
            Last edited by 2ndChance; 03-18-2013, 02:23 PM.

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            • #51
              Anyway, my advice for your husband is to just tell him to stop eating foods that make him feel bloated, uncomfortable, tired, etc; Those are signs of inflammation in the gut, which is leading to serotonin build-up.

              Also, make him a carrot salad, and eat it yourself, too! Carrots are cheap.

              grated carrots, coconut oil, vinegar, and salt. Eat it daily, you'll probably notice various improvements quickly.

              Good luck.
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              • #52
                2ndchance, I live in a major urban centre in the "green belt" of Ontario so the issue is not the availability of quality food. As I said earlier, it's the PRICE of it. There is an organic butcher near me that I walked into and honest to goodness, there were no prices listed. At all. It was like a Chanel boutique. If you have to ask how much something is, clearly you cannot afford it. Blame my Iron Curtain upbringing but as I said earlier, there is no way I am willing to pay (or able to afford to, at this stage) $40/kg for grassfed meat. So the organic grain-fed meat from the farmer's market it is.

                So you keep operating on your emotional standpoint and eating your grains and I will keep eating my meat. Agree to disagree.

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                • #53
                  Originally posted by Neckhammer View Post
                  This is why VLC proponents such as Ron Rosedale propose that reduced T3 conversion is of benefit in a ketotic state. He believes that the lowered rate of conversion is conducive to longevity.

                  Thermogenesis – Not So Good For Health – Ron Rosedale | Me and My Diabetes

                  "In addition to asking what foods improve hormone signaling, you’re also asking another question. You’re asking “What foods generate the most metabolic heat, simply to digest them, and what foods generate the least amount of heat? The answer to that question gives you a good strong predictor of what is going to lead to the least wear and tear on the body."

                  Ron would be the anti-thermogenesis fella in this debate. So you have two polar extremes with Peat and Ron's protocols and health philosophies.

                  Frankly, I don't think either one of them are gonna make you a supercentarian.
                  True. And come to think of it I would like to see a conversation between peter attia and Ron rosedale. One believes ketosis is awesome due to the higher metabolism and ability to eat more calories, and the other believes ketosis is awesome due to the lowered metabolism and t3.

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                  • #54
                    Good information regarding the post topic:
                    Chris Masterjohn — Oxidative Stress & Carbohydrate Intolerance: An Ancestral Perspective on Vimeo

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