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11 years ago
aquadecoco
I just heard about this from a friend who has used it. I don't know what I think of it yet. My chi doesn't have great teeth or breath despite 100% simple raw diet since age 8 weeks and regular raw bones, though everything else about her seems very healthy.
Forum: Raw Foods for Pets and Animals
11 years ago
aquadecoco
I did it last year and don't recommend them or their products. The colon cleanse is so overpriced. The same thing can be made at home for a fraction of the price, with the 3 ingredients that they use, and for around $10-20.
Forum: Other Health Related
11 years ago
aquadecoco
I have a similar thing with parsley - I crave chewing the stems and make about 5-8 cups a day into smoothies. I like the way some rawvegans have promoted using instinct or the senses as a guide to diet. I'm sure there's a reason I crave it so much, (though I didn't start using it until I read how rich in vits and minerals it is).
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
11 years ago
aquadecoco
Coco I watched it and it's great! Thanks for posting it...I'm forwarding it to a few others right now, just in time for Christmas!
Forum: Other Topics (not health related)
11 years ago
aquadecoco
Back when I tried it, chlorella was the only pond scum I seemed to benefit from. After wasting thousands of dollars on processed 'health supplements' I finally came back to the simple reality that the best nutrition wasn't designed by humans. Cheers.
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
11 years ago
aquadecoco
I'm not trying to have a contest with you over morals, I was just interested and passed along what I saw. Chill!
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
11 years ago
aquadecoco
The website suggests they go fishing.
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
11 years ago
aquadecoco
I don't think gaiayoga is vegan, nor strictly raw. But I think it's open to both.
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
11 years ago
aquadecoco
Prism Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I asked my son about New Zealand, he said he > didn't think it was very warm. I was thinking more > Australia on the Gold Coast, or Costa Rica, or > Hawaii..or even Brazil. I'd like to live someplace > I don't have to wear a lot of clothes, just a swim > suit and wrap, go barefoot, etc..but has >
Forum: Other Topics (not health related)
11 years ago
aquadecoco
Yeah it's true that Canada is the best place to be if you're in most minority groups - we are truly and notoriously soft on criminal behaviour, though. I was just being similarly facetious to Lois's initial post. Most developed countries have problems with illegal immigration, and it goes all directions. But as someone here mentioned, Canada is easy to enter. So many people think that if y
Forum: Other Topics (not health related)
11 years ago
aquadecoco
What's illegal alienism about Lois? It's so beautiful there, what a great idea! Do you have any links you'd like to post?
Forum: Other Topics (not health related)
11 years ago
aquadecoco
Thanks Prism, I started taking some black walnut for iodine because I read that other iodine supplements are not easily tolerated. I would like to try stepping it up a little..... I should look for foods with iodine and also should start taking my waking temp. to see if it's low.
Forum: Other Health Related
11 years ago
aquadecoco
Fruitgirl, do you find that your chi is a little scavenger who would eat nearly anything? Mine is, and it's at the point where I don't like walking her anymore, since she can find and hork down an old pizza crust before I turn around!
Forum: Raw Foods for Pets and Animals
11 years ago
aquadecoco
Me neither! Right now I am in my kitchen, sitting on 145 degree hotwater radiator, wearing a wool toque and slippers, socks, jeans, long-sleeve tshirt, wool sweater and ... an old down jacket....and I'm warm as long as I stay on the heater, though it burns if I stay more than a few seconds. I've been stricter with my diet, but just as you mentioned, going either up or down with the fats made n
Forum: Other Health Related
11 years ago
aquadecoco
Thanks, Bryan, it sounds great.....but their site doesn't seem to work and neither did any of the other sites I tried from the search. If anyone knows where to buy it, online or in stores, I would love to know.
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
11 years ago
aquadecoco
This isn't my story so it's not completely fair to post it, but it happened long ago and I think this person is incredibly brave, so....(I'll call her Cap). Cap had a baby, then separated from the father, then had a tubal ligation. Six years later she fell in love with 'Phil'. Phil moved in with Cap and child and they planned to marry and have more children, so Cap paid to have her tubes r
Forum: Other Topics (not health related)
11 years ago
aquadecoco
I (or the macadamias) broke a $20 nutcracker after the 6th one. Alas, I thought that nutcracker would last forever... I then got a $4 nutcracker, the only one I could find, but it's skinny and doesn't easily grab the nuts. I don't know if I'm strong enough to break the shells with my hands, using this nutcracker. My seasonal treat is taunting me in the fridge! How is it done ?
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
11 years ago
aquadecoco
Joanna, look in the recipes section of this and other raw sites - tons of ideas for delish raw food!
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
11 years ago
aquadecoco
That sounds interesting and exciting (S & R). I don't know what a plummelo is, but there are a few fruits I've seen in the markets that I've been wanting to try.
Forum: Raw Diary - Your Personal Experience
11 years ago
aquadecoco
I would send him a giant mental 'Thank-you' for helping you learn something about yourself. Without his actions you might not have made quite the same development and you've definitely benefited from it. So it goes.... Your honest gratitude will probably reach him on some level, spreading even more good.....
Forum: Other Topics (not health related)
11 years ago
aquadecoco
My blender cost about $45 tx incl.
Forum: Classifieds for individuals
11 years ago
aquadecoco
Oh, I just read that you can use some molasses in water to feed them as you water them.... I'll try that, sounds easy and it came from a guy who grows a lot of high-quality herbs. He also uses cayenne powder to discourage pests - puts it in the water I think. I used cayenne in homemade spray outdoors and it worked so well (on roses and flowering bushes) that I only used it a couple times before n
Forum: Other Health Related
11 years ago
aquadecoco
I understand how that can happen. The past year or so I've found myself barely skimming text on my screen and am prone to making snap conclusions or lumping gists with other gists and making a lot of typos, etc. It seems to have a lot to do with the irritation my eyes-brain feel when looking the screen. My concentration while looking at the screen is almost nil after a half-hour or so. I now s
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
11 years ago
aquadecoco
The best fertilizer is the compost (soil) you make at home from yard and kitchen scraps. The time needed to compost varies with what you put in it, the temperature of the compost pile, etc, but needs at least a few months to turn into soil. You can usually buy organic compost in a large bag, but it's often available only 'in season'. You dig some compost into the soil around the plant or l
Forum: Other Health Related
11 years ago
aquadecoco
Hi Angie, how cool that you're composting. This is the best site I know for composting - the principles are the same no matter what you compost. Jenkins, who has been composting for decades and whose books have won awards, is one of my heros. The people on his forum (it's not a lively forum, so I only check in every week or so) are some of the most interesting, intelligent, diverse people and
Forum: Sprouting and Organic Gardening
11 years ago
aquadecoco
I'm from Vancouver Canada and still live here.....it's easy to be raw here cuz there are greengrocers everywhere.
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
11 years ago
aquadecoco
I actually enjoyed doing a 10 day cleanse right through the Christmas holidays last year and might do it again. I felt pro-active about my health and didn't really feel deprived except for a minute here and there.......till I remembered how bad I felt after eating cooked. I think you'll find renewed strength from cleansing, Pam, so have fun with it all. Btw, there are a few cleanses on the
Forum: Raw Diary - Your Personal Experience
11 years ago
aquadecoco
Hi michelle, what's the accent like? devagar e....? conheco a gente do joao pessoa e eles nao falam como os rio de janeiros...eles nao diz "goshto", eles diz "gosto"....nao, "eshtamosh" mas "estamos" Cy - como os mineiros prononcar "estamos" - como as rio de janeiros?, O que e o melhor sotaque aprendar para falar com os brasileiros
Forum: Raw Diary - Your Personal Experience
11 years ago
aquadecoco
Would you consider doing some simple cleanses at home? Enema kit, less than $15, organic olive oil and lemons, about $20, epsom salts about $5-10, apple juice, up to $3 a quart, plus some time and filtered water. Sometimes it's not only will-power, it's also the old toxins making things very difficult for us.
Forum: Raw Diary - Your Personal Experience
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