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Re: Dr Robert Cassar 7 year gap
Posted by: fresh ()
Date: December 13, 2016 03:19PM

How well are powders assimilated?
How would we know?
Isn't there damage during processing or are they truly cold processed?

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Re: Dr Robert Cassar 7 year gap
Posted by: jtprindl ()
Date: December 13, 2016 05:07PM

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fresh
How well are powders assimilated?
How would we know?
Isn't there damage during processing or are they truly cold processed?

Probably fairly well considering they're broken down so well. A lot of studies that show beneficial effects of certain herbs/fruits are performed using powders or caps with powder in them. Personally I can feel the effects... but powders are only one method of consumption. There are also tinctures, pills, etc.

Even the simple strawberry!
[www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] - Effects of dietary strawberry powder on blood lipids and inflammatory markers in obese human subjects

www.epiphanutrition.webs.com



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 12/13/2016 05:08PM by jtprindl.

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Re: Dr Robert Cassar 7 year gap
Posted by: fresh ()
Date: December 13, 2016 06:07PM

Studies are very unreliable. They draw unwarranted conclusions.

Did the 4 servings of strawberries reduce some other food?
If so , how do you know the benefits were not caused by the reduction of a deleterious food item?

And it's very difficult to know whether there is a negative effect from powders as it is not tested for

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Re: Dr Robert Cassar 7 year gap
Posted by: jtprindl ()
Date: December 13, 2016 07:12PM

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fresh
Studies are very unreliable. They draw unwarranted conclusions.

Did the 4 servings of strawberries reduce some other food?
If so , how do you know the benefits were not caused by the reduction of a deleterious food item?

And it's very difficult to know whether there is a negative effect from powders as it is not tested for

Why would there be a negative effect from the natural constituents found in non-toxic herbs and fruits? The powder is literally just the food it was created from.

www.epiphanutrition.webs.com

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Re: Dr Robert Cassar 7 year gap
Posted by: fresh ()
Date: December 13, 2016 07:48PM

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jtprindl
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fresh
Studies are very unreliable. They draw unwarranted conclusions.

Did the 4 servings of strawberries reduce some other food?
If so , how do you know the benefits were not caused by the reduction of a deleterious food item?

And it's very difficult to know whether there is a negative effect from powders as it is not tested for

Why would there be a negative effect from the natural constituents found in non-toxic herbs and fruits? The powder is literally just the food it was created from.

depends on how it's processed

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Re: Dr Robert Cassar 7 year gap
Posted by: RawPracticalist ()
Date: December 13, 2016 08:07PM

> If you lived in Wisconsin during winter two thousand years ago, you either hunted or died from starvation.

Humanity started from a tropical or warm climate. It was the discovery of fire and other technologies that let humans to move to colder areas of the globe.

The same technology can be used to grow food indoor.

So I would not have lived in Wisconsin 2000 years ago if I did not have the technology to keep warm.

We cannot live on Mars yet, on the Moon yet, so the question of how to solve the food problem there does not exist yet.

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Re: Dr Robert Cassar 7 year gap
Posted by: jtprindl ()
Date: December 13, 2016 08:43PM

"Humanity started from a tropical or warm climate. It was the discovery of fire and other technologies that let humans to move to colder areas of the globe."

Where are you getting a consistent supply of micro-green seeds in Africa?

Anyways, I don't see how it's relevant and humans have always been omnivores. So if what you're saying is that our diet thousands of years ago is an example of what our diet should be today, then you should be eating insects and hunting, no?

www.epiphanutrition.webs.com

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Re: Dr Robert Cassar 7 year gap
Posted by: fresh ()
Date: December 13, 2016 10:55PM

>Anyways, I don't see how it's relevant and humans have always been omnivores.


this is a generalization and it doesn't support your statement that one should eat insects

[indebo.com]

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Re: Dr Robert Cassar 7 year gap
Posted by: jtprindl ()
Date: December 13, 2016 11:27PM

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fresh
>Anyways, I don't see how it's relevant and humans have always been omnivores.


this is a generalization and it doesn't support your statement that one should eat insects

[indebo.com]


I never said one should eat insects, my question was for RawPracticalist based on this comment: "Before all these minerals were identified by scientists how was humanity surviving?"

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Re: Dr Robert Cassar 7 year gap
Posted by: fresh ()
Date: December 14, 2016 12:37AM

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jtprindl
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fresh
>Anyways, I don't see how it's relevant and humans have always been omnivores.


this is a generalization and it doesn't support your statement that one should eat insects

[indebo.com]


I never said one should eat insects, my question was for RawPracticalist based on this comment: "Before all these minerals were identified by scientists how was humanity surviving?"

what?

" then you should be eating insects "

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Re: Dr Robert Cassar 7 year gap
Posted by: RawPracticalist ()
Date: December 14, 2016 06:11AM

Before



Now. Do not click if you are sensitive to life
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Re: Dr Robert Cassar 7 year gap
Posted by: Panchito ()
Date: December 14, 2016 04:36PM

The Selfish Ape: The Tribe of Suit (51:43)

[www.youtube.com]


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Re: Dr Robert Cassar 7 year gap
Posted by: RawPracticalist ()
Date: December 15, 2016 02:24AM

Very informative video.

I have a hard time imagining what life would be like to have the 7 billions of the world population living in the trees and feeding on fruits....


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Re: Dr Robert Cassar 7 year gap
Posted by: Panchito ()
Date: December 15, 2016 06:18PM

NEW. The real paleo diet. Varied plant diet of nuts, fruit, seeds, vegetables, and roots.

[phys.org]

It scientifically disproofs all the Amazon Paleo diet books sold and makes the paleo adopters look like fools winking smiley





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Re: Dr Robert Cassar 7 year gap
Posted by: jtprindl ()
Date: December 15, 2016 06:32PM

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Panchito
NEW. The real paleo diet. Varied plant diet of nuts, fruit, seeds, vegetables, and roots.

[phys.org]

It scientifically disproofs all the Amazon Paleo diet books sold and makes the paleo adopters look like fools winking smiley


Neat find, but it also says "The food plant remains were part of a diet that also included aquatic and terrestrial fauna".

www.epiphanutrition.webs.com

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Re: Dr Robert Cassar 7 year gap
Posted by: Panchito ()
Date: December 15, 2016 06:50PM

There is only one reference to 'fauna' on the link above and says:

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"The use of fire is very important because a lot of the plants are toxic or inedible. Using fire, like roasting nuts and roots for example, allows the use of various parts of the plant and increases the diversity of the plant component of the Acheulian diet, alongside aquatic and terrestrial fauna" said Prof. Goren-Inbar.

Which means that fire allows to eat non edible things like aquatic or terrestrial fauna.


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Re: Dr Robert Cassar 7 year gap
Posted by: jtprindl ()
Date: December 15, 2016 07:50PM

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Panchito
There is only one reference to 'fauna' on the link above and says:

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"The use of fire is very important because a lot of the plants are toxic or inedible. Using fire, like roasting nuts and roots for example, allows the use of various parts of the plant and increases the diversity of the plant component of the Acheulian diet, alongside aquatic and terrestrial fauna" said Prof. Goren-Inbar.

Which means that fire allows to eat non edible things like aquatic or terrestrial fauna.


What's your point? The fact is that their diet still contained animals and wasn't entirely plant-based. Besides, you don't need fire to eat meat or fish.

www.epiphanutrition.webs.com

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Re: Dr Robert Cassar 7 year gap
Posted by: Panchito ()
Date: December 15, 2016 08:05PM

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jtprindl
What's your point?

THIS IS THE POINT: ====> This is a vegetal diet, which contradicts the ideas of a meat diet (Paleo diet) promoted by the books sold in Amazon. They were not hunters as picking a vegetable does not count as huntings.

[www.pnas.org]
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unique opportunity to study mid-Pleistocene vegetal diet





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Re: Dr Robert Cassar 7 year gap
Posted by: jtprindl ()
Date: December 15, 2016 08:16PM

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Panchito
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jtprindl
What's your point?

THIS IS THE POINT: ====> This is a vegetal diet, which contradicts the ideas of a meat diet (Paleo diet) promoted by the books sold in Amazon.

[www.pnas.org]
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unique opportunity to study mid-Pleistocene vegetal diet


What's your point about fire? You don't need it to eat meat or fish. The Paleo diet includes fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds along with meat... Just like this Acheulian diet.

www.epiphanutrition.webs.com

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Re: Dr Robert Cassar 7 year gap
Posted by: Panchito ()
Date: December 15, 2016 08:53PM

I already wrote the point of the point. Did you miss the "THIS IS THE POINT"? Everything else is you being you.





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Re: Dr Robert Cassar 7 year gap
Posted by: jtprindl ()
Date: December 15, 2016 08:56PM

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Panchito
I already wrote the point of the point. Did you miss the "THIS IS THE POINT"? Everything else is you being you.

I think you have a personality disorder to be honest.

www.epiphanutrition.webs.com

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Re: Dr Robert Cassar 7 year gap
Posted by: Panchito ()
Date: December 15, 2016 09:13PM

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jtprindl
I think you have a personality disorder to be honest.

This seems to be a recurring pattern in your discussions. Hope it is a learning phase

1 Panchito places a scientific link with the title "Secrets of the paleo diet: Discovery reveals plant-based menu of prehistoric man"

2 jtprindl starts making "questions" and Panchito answers

3 jtprindl tells Panchito "I think you have a personality disorder"


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Re: Dr Robert Cassar 7 year gap
Posted by: jtprindl ()
Date: December 15, 2016 09:15PM

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Panchito
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jtprindl
I think you have a personality disorder to be honest.

This seems to be a recurring pattern in your discussions. Hope it is a learning phase

1 Panchito places a scientific link with the title "Secrets of the paleo diet: Discovery reveals plant-based menu of prehistoric man"

2 jtprindl starts making "questions" and Panchito answers

3 jtprindl tells Panchito "I think you have a personality disorder"


Yep, definitely a personality disorder/delusion going on here. I would love to have a face-to-face conversation with you. You should show a picture of yourself.

www.epiphanutrition.webs.com



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Re: Dr Robert Cassar 7 year gap
Posted by: RawPracticalist ()
Date: December 16, 2016 01:39AM

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jtprindl

Yep, definitely a personality disorder/delusion going on here. I would love to have a face-to-face conversation with you. You should show a picture of yourself.

Was there a picture of jtprindl that I missed?

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Re: Dr Robert Cassar 7 year gap
Posted by: jtprindl ()
Date: December 16, 2016 02:11AM

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RawPracticalist
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jtprindl

Yep, definitely a personality disorder/delusion going on here. I would love to have a face-to-face conversation with you. You should show a picture of yourself.

Was there a picture of jtprindl that I missed?

There was.

www.epiphanutrition.webs.com

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Re: Dr Robert Cassar 7 year gap
Posted by: RawPracticalist ()
Date: December 16, 2016 02:33PM

Scientists achieve so much without actually SEEING the atomic particles

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Re: Dr Robert Cassar 7 year gap
Posted by: Panchito ()
Date: December 17, 2016 01:52PM

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jtprindl
I would love to have a face-to-face conversation with you. You should show a picture of yourself.

Hey jtprindl, check this out:



[en.wikipedia.org]

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symptoms often include mood swings, irritability, depression, fatigue, excitation, difficulty focusing, feeling out of control, etc.


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