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    I can't quote scripture, but there is a part in...

    I can't quote scripture, but there is a part in the Bible in which we're told that when we do fast, it's simple--abstain from food and get on with your life. It tells us not to be like some of these...
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    "I don't need a doctor's diagnosis to tell me...

    "I don't need a doctor's diagnosis to tell me what I already know. "

    +1. No, wait...+1,000....
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    I recently tried Einkorn wheat. The same...

    I recently tried Einkorn wheat. The same symptoms you mentioned were produced, but in a lighter form. I've no doubt if it were a daily staple, it would make no difference in the long run.
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    As much as I love to sunbathe, I find that simply...

    As much as I love to sunbathe, I find that simply laying and baking in the sun produces skin that looks much more potato-ey than I would prefer. But moving, working, gardening, swimming, etc...
  5. Thread: honey?

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    Don't forget that comparing cheap honey with all...

    Don't forget that comparing cheap honey with all the "good stuff" removed (packaged in those rather cute bear shaped bottles) is way, way different than raw, local honey or manuka honey, etc. It's...
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    +1. I have a friend who is currently battling...

    +1. I have a friend who is currently battling some nasty digestion problems; cooked foods seem to do the most nourishing thing as eating a ton of raw foods only (on an empty stomach) increases her...
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    I can only speak for myself (obviously), but if I...

    I can only speak for myself (obviously), but if I have an addiction to a certain food, allowing it once a week, twice a month, etc, only makes my addiction stronger. Allowing myself a "cheat day"...
  8. Thread: Ape diet???

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    Ugh, milled corn, sugar, malt flavor, salt, and...

    Ugh, milled corn, sugar, malt flavor, salt, and BHT listed on the ingredients panel should be a form of common sense, but agreed--either they don't read it, don't care, or act like milled corn and...
  9. Thread: Ape diet???

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    I honestly have to ask, what the hell is the deal...

    I honestly have to ask, what the hell is the deal with all these new "diets" cropping up out of nowhere; especially when they're centered around taking real food and turning it into non-food. Or in...
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    Done it. I lived through it. As others pointed...

    Done it. I lived through it. As others pointed out, live and learn!

    Doing a Whole 30 might help kill the cravings. I can only speak for myself obviously, but after a Whole 30 all the previous...
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    As far as the poor nutrient absorption goes, would a high quality digestive enzyme help, or would bone broth?

    Just throwing ideas out there.

    When my adrenals were out of whack, I DID add in...
  12. Agreed. And I believe strongly that genetics is...

    Agreed. And I believe strongly that genetics is a bitch that can work for or against us, and whatever hand we're dealt is what we have to learn to live with. I feel diet and sane exercise can bring...
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    Not a chip necessarily, but I'll chunk up into...

    Not a chip necessarily, but I'll chunk up into squares and roast potatoes (or sweet potatoes) and use them as dipping "chips". The only difference I can find is in the shape. Very good roasted in...
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    +1. We call it "Primal Tea." We add a lot of...

    +1. We call it "Primal Tea."

    We add a lot of herbs and spices, too. My favorite (though it may be a bit boring) is parsley. Fresh rosemary is delicious in poultry stock.
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    Keep up the good, no, great work Zona!

    Keep up the good, no, great work Zona!
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    I still enjoy occasional Ezekiel bread. I like...

    I still enjoy occasional Ezekiel bread. I like it. It's great with almond butter, so I use it as my 80/20 and go for it; plus, it stores great in the freezer. Primal Blueprint, for me, is just...
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    It's hard to get raw milk here, too. Like you,...

    It's hard to get raw milk here, too. Like you, I think the alternatives are gross. So if I were in your shoes, I'd forget the worry and treat myself once in awhile and consider it part of your...
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    Definitely...here where the winters can be...

    Definitely...here where the winters can be absolutely brutal, drinking or eating any grass fed dairy after the cows have been on pasture a week or two is along the lines of a shock to the system. It...
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    So, you didn't inform us: Did you create...

    So, you didn't inform us: Did you create crock-pot baby elephant stew, or did you roast it?
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    As far as the non-pasture raised tasteless...

    As far as the non-pasture raised tasteless chicken goes, I reserve my least favorite meats for things like stir-fry. It's a lot better mixed with onions, peppers, carrots and greens and heated in...
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    My theory is I'll stop eating so many eggs when I...

    My theory is I'll stop eating so many eggs when I start laying them ;)
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    Breakfast: None Lunch: Banana with a big ass...

    Breakfast: None
    Lunch: Banana with a big ass greek salad with peppers, celery and onions (and heavy on the cucumbers, tomatoes, feta, and those cool purple olives from Kalamata), home made yogurt....
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    Just curiosity here, but do you see any...

    Just curiosity here, but do you see any difference at all (at dinner) between the days you skip lunch and the days you don't?

    It's taken a lot of trial and error on my part, but I've found 16-18...
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    I count heart as not necessarily an "organ", but...

    I count heart as not necessarily an "organ", but more of a muscle meat. I've spent way too much time as a raw feeding pet owner, and this is how it is with dogs and cats but I'm not sure how the...
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