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    Wow, all this in one day. . .

    I had to share - there just seems to be a theme in today's articles in today's Australian news that is supportive of "primal" health:

    Human mouth in 'a permanent state of disease' | News.com.au
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    Even into the 1700s AVERAGE life expectancy in...

    Even into the 1700s AVERAGE life expectancy in the western world was only about 35. It is only because of modern medicine (particularly infant mortality, ability to fight infection and diseases such...
  3. You as a healthy adult might have it to little...

    You as a healthy adult might have it to little effect (even carry the disease but not suffer any effects) but you still have the capacity to pass it on to a vulnerable infant - for example.
  4. I don't 'think' that - it's fact. Even the...

    I don't 'think' that - it's fact. Even the healthiest most robust person can catch a disease under the right circumstances. And we are talking specifically about infants and children who are...
  5. Perhaps those objectors should look back into...

    Perhaps those objectors should look back into history at the enormous rate of childhood death by disease. You NOW have the luxury to object because so many diseases that killed or left children with...
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    What? Copyright law isn't interesting?? *shock* ...

    What? Copyright law isn't interesting?? *shock*

    Lol, seriously though - who's doing the Paleo Men video? I think they should start a thread for volunteers to provide images so we can get that...
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    I absolutely agree with you Owly - I think it is...

    I absolutely agree with you Owly - I think it is just important for people to be aware that anything they put out on the Internet is vulnerable for re-use and there are no guarntees a court would...
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    You can do a 'teabag' - where you explosively...

    You can do a 'teabag' - where you explosively jump out of the deepest part of the pool and back in again repeatedly for like 10 reps. It's best if the water is deep enough to go over your head (so...
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    Totally Paleobird! Although, on Owly's point...

    Totally Paleobird!

    Although, on Owly's point about copyright - I think you'll find if you punish something (and that includes on the internet) it can be used by someone else without permission as...
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    Even if you blew it, don't worry about it. Looks...

    Even if you blew it, don't worry about it. Looks at strategies to avoid it in the future, as it will likely happen again.

    I've been in a similar situation to you and I found the best way is to...
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    It depends on the individual. For someone...

    It depends on the individual. For someone sedentary it will be different compared to an athlete or person whose job requires them to have a level of physical robustness.

    I don't think fitness is...
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    You sound really committed - I'm proud of you!...

    You sound really committed - I'm proud of you! Must be so hard not to give in and have a drink with your husband. I think you are showing some marvellous discipline.

    You are right about keeping...
  13. Perhaps you could consider why your religion...

    Perhaps you could consider why your religion forbids certain foods and decide for yourself whether some of it is man made custom as opposed to having a spiritual purpose in line with your religion?...
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    Like Greycat, I use it in dressings as well as...

    Like Greycat, I use it in dressings as well as cooking all sorts, including bone broth (it goes great in Asian dishes with ginger as well).

    I've been told a shot of it 10-20 mins before eating...
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    Just enjoy the time with your sister, minimise...

    Just enjoy the time with your sister, minimise the bad food choices when you're out and get back to your regular diet afterwards. The body is resilient and will bounce back after a few days or so....
  16. Thread: Alcohol

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    "This might sound funny or silly to some, but I...

    "This might sound funny or silly to some, but I never took to drinking alcohol. Especially hard liquor. It tastes nasty to me and it burns my esophagus really bad." - Greycat

    It's not weird - soft...
  17. Thread: Diet Coke???

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    Soft drink burns my throat- and all types of coke...

    Soft drink burns my throat- and all types of coke are the worst for it. As a result, I never drank it as a child, and apart for the odd sip of someone else's drink now and then when i am really,...
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    Hey, I saw that doco as well - it was quite good....

    Hey, I saw that doco as well - it was quite good. When they showed the fat in the blood I was a little surprised as well. However, I questioned that just because there was fat in the blood, does it...
  19. Ahhhh, I feel your pain. You are right - there is...

    Ahhhh, I feel your pain. You are right - there is no where left completely untouched. The only way truly would be to buy enough land (preferably an island), claim your own independent nation state...
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    No worries - and with the substitution thing the...

    No worries - and with the substitution thing the trick is to find something that satisfies YOU so that you no longer want the 'old SAD' food you find yourself craving, ie over time you replace the...
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    Hahahahaha! I just had a fleeting thought...

    Hahahahaha!

    I just had a fleeting thought wondering how you were going to use this strategy for step 3 of your plan (find a nice chick). Guess we'll hear how that goes in 6 months time after...
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    I think fasting is a very individual thing -...

    I think fasting is a very individual thing - noting this is example is different to what Char Anzable is talking about doing; I've completed food and sleep deprivation in the military which lasted 6...
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    Think about what you are craving and when you are...

    Think about what you are craving and when you are craving it - what's the trigger? See if you can substitute the craving for something primal that satisfies you in the same way. For example, I don't...
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    Mine goes liquid / half liquid / solid all the...

    Mine goes liquid / half liquid / solid all the time - no harm done! It's going to be 39 degrees here in sunny Queensland tomorrow (over 102 Fahrenheit), so dont think it will go solid again for a...
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    The best thing to get is pure vitamin E oil from...

    The best thing to get is pure vitamin E oil from a health food store. I've just started using it in the past 5 days on a scar from a shoulder reconstruction that I had 3 weeks ago and it is healing...
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