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11 days ago
Horsea
Thanx for the link to that video. There is much discussion in the comments under the video of the interview about the fact that Pitchford doesn't look so hot health-wise. However, that would depend on how old he is at that time. If he is 80, then he looks OK. Some people really are healthy but when they get old, they look wan, weak and too thin, but I would not be too quick to judge. We see
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11 days ago
Horsea
. A good recipe for winter is Butternut Squash Soup. Easy. Steam the squash, peel it, add coconut milk and a date or some mango, sprinkle of cinnamon and blend it. Thanks for the recipe. Squash is my favorite food without a doubt.
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
22 days ago
Horsea
There is no easy way of knowing whether we have worms or not No easy way to get rid of them Much has been written on parasite infestation from a medical viewpoint. But then there's the ages-old folklore viewpoint. We have to investigate and think hard, and then put it all together. How did our own ancestors of the past know to deworm their children once a year? I never suspected I
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
26 days ago
Horsea
@Jennifer. Too bad raw figs are out of season now. Dried figs are also raw (to the best of my knowledge). Do I have this right.
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
29 days ago
Horsea
Ha ha! Very good, Raw P.
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6 weeks ago
Horsea
QuoteRawPracticalist Maybe it is not the food. Re the 2nd link about red meat consumption. My brother had (still has? I dunno) some stomach problems for quite some time and was told by a M.D. to stop eating so much red meat. He didn't even have to ask him about his diet; he just assumed it was red-meat related and my brother apparently did not deny it. So, sometimes M.D.s are usefu
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
7 weeks ago
Horsea
Maybe there's 78 year olds who do eat vegetables every day and are "doing fine" as well. By the way, most people who can get up in the morning and walk to the bathroom unassisted consider themselves to be "healthy". And of course they never tell you that they cannot get dressed and go to work without guzzling a couple of cups of coffee first. And, further, that the
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
2 months ago
Horsea
Today I ate oranges, blueberries, grapes, bananas, strawberries, cherries, figs and dates. Also juicing vegetables. You mean you ate this way as a sort of semifast? Or as normal daily nutrition? What did you do for protein?
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
2 months ago
Horsea
Sometimes it's a good idea to laugh at this nuttiness instead of just getting mad.
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2 months ago
Horsea
Only yesterday (Sept 16/23) I saw Sowell on some show on Fox News. He's still at it!
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2 months ago
Horsea
@Jennifer. Thanks for that ghastly twitter (X) video by that braindead "mother". What can you do...it is a fallen world.
Forum: Other Topics (not health related)
3 months ago
Horsea
Thanks for advice on soaking Brazil nuts. I have various sorts of nut crackers and none of them are particularly suitable for Brazils. So, I wrap the nut in a piece of cloth and use a hammer.
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
3 months ago
Horsea
Yes, I love how so many people have to make the distinction so as not be stigmatized - "I'm not Anti-Vax, I'm just against the Covid Vaccine." LOL! I wish I had just 10 cents for every time I heard or read that...
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3 months ago
Horsea
How on earth can they make and bottle raw nut butters? Doesn't everything have to be pasteurized or else it goes moldy? In any case, your raw meal sounds wonderful.
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3 months ago
Horsea
Well, there's other things out there that can make us sick as hell without being shedded on or receiving the killshot. How about 24/7 exposure to 5G just for starters. And there is fluoridated water in some areas and people still use the schit that comes out of their faucets even when they could afford to have buckets of purified water delivered to their home, or pick it up at the pure water
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
4 months ago
Horsea
Why does fruitarianism fail? Well, off the top of my head, I'd say that eating nothing but fruit is vastly different from including some fresh fruit along with your other foods.
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
4 months ago
Horsea
@RP. Dulse (dried) is quite tasty. It is eaten by some coastal peoples in N. America.
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5 months ago
Horsea
At least as far as most North Americans are concerned, except maybe for the ones living right on the coasts, eating seaweed is just not in our culture. I used to eat kombu; when my friends saw me wolfing down that slimy, well cooked stuff, they would make all kinds of rude noises indicating disgust. You are probably right about the amount of iodine or any other element excreted (by anyone):
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
5 months ago
Horsea
Yes, I saw this on his website several days ago and was floored. 99% of health advisers have no capacity to say, "I have changed my mind. This no longer works for me." Probably a diet including far more fruit would balance out all that meat protein, and then, sure as the sun rises in the east, people will flip over to something else after that balance is reached. Yin and yang.
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5 months ago
Horsea
Time to revisit this topic. Abstract Iodine content in food of plant origin is lower in comparison with that of animal origin due to a low iodine concentration in soil. Urinary iodine excretion was assessed in 15 vegans, 31 lacto- and lacto-ovovegetarians and 35 adults on a mixed diet. Iodine excretion was significantly lower in alternative nutrition groups - 172 microg/l in vegetaria
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5 months ago
Horsea
I sure have to admire this fellow for his attempt to keep vaccine poisoned folks out of his shop! I wonder if he is still in business or has been sued for "discrimination".
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7 months ago
Horsea
Thanks for the date caramel recipe. Mighty rich! I, too, wonder about buying dried sprouted seeds & nuts, etc. For people who eat cooked food (including grains & beans) they would definitely be more digestible, though. I soak almonds for a good long time, then slip the skins off. I don't think we were meant to eat the skins but that is just my opinion. Goodness me, but home
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7 months ago
Horsea
Excerpt: How do I soak raw nuts and seeds? As strange as it initially sounds, soaking nuts and seeds is not difficult. Luckily the process of soaking is essentially the same for whatever type of nut or seed you chose to prepare, although the timing varies slightly to accommodate for differences in fat composition, size, texture, etc. Traditional soaked nuts and seeds, are made by followin
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7 months ago
Horsea
1. A chinese Dr. recommended Bing Lang (betel nut) to me. If you can get it. It is only marginally legal or totally illegal in some places. I looked it up and this is what I found: There's lots of brands of this on maxnature.com 2. Pitchford's book Healing With Whole Foods has a long chapter on how to go about deworming yourself, but as with some other advice in his book, it does ge
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
7 months ago
Horsea
I see that V.K. also has false teeth. Well, here's the bald faced truth, folks: there are tons of 82 year olds who are either deaf, (legally) blind or toothless. And they are meat- and dairy-eaters. Did they all preach meat-eating as necessary? I imagine a few of them did. I have a couple of relatives who have been nasty to me in this way. I wish V.K. had not waited until he was complet
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
9 months ago
Horsea
3 out of 5 (improvement in Alzheimers symptoms) is better than nothing but they need to work harder on this. They also showed clinically relevant improvements of cognitive performances in at least 3 out of 15 individuals with Alzheimer disease.
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
9 months ago
Horsea
It would seem to me that vegans (and vegetarians too?) might very well be deficient in taurine. Especially if you are under serious stress (of any kind, not just mental) or are old, you can't depend on synthesis to occur, B-6 supp or not. What do you think? And does anyone here supplement with taurine? The following article is trying to make a low methionine diet sound beneficial. Taurine c
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
11 months ago
Horsea
QuotePanchito 1 Dough Graham eats sesame seeds. 2 But he does not make a meal out of sesame seeds. 3 When was the last time children were licking their fingers eating sesame seeds? LOL! While I'm here, brown (unrefined, natural) sesame seeds are particularly high in anti-nutrients. Traditional peoples knew what they were doing when they refined their foods, at least sometimes. E.g
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11 months ago
Horsea
Garlic and turmeric may not be foods, but they are useful for some people some of the time. Children may not lick their fingers after eating garlic, but I do. Yes, I know, I know, it is supposedly a poison which will ruin my brain. My interpretation of this is: it is a powerful dewormer, and when worms die off this can make you crazy. The rest of us use it moderately, as needed.
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
11 months ago
Horsea
Nice to hear back from you. I thought you'd be mightily p'd off for my late response to you. Re parasites. I can't prove what I am saying here, but I suspect that 99.9% of the population has them - I mean in a pathological quantity, not a small amount, which does no harm. The primary characteristic of parasites is their ability (and need) to remain hidden. Also, just about everyone think
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