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Miscellaneous / Re: Just rinsed mouth with hydrogen peroxide
« on: February 05, 2012, 02:09:19 PM »
One more thing. Don't ever rinse your mouth with vinegar.

Miscellaneous / Re: Looking to create real life paleo community
« on: February 05, 2012, 02:07:28 PM »
We have a real life Paleo/primal group here is San Diego.  It got started on  You may try looking there or some other social meet n greet sites.  Good Luck and glad it has worked so well for you.

I just looked at I notice one group: The San Diego Shyness & Social Anxiety Meetup Group. But when you look to the right of the group listing it says: "Meetup details are available only to members."  So they are too shy to let you know where they meet. But what if you are too shy to ask?  (nothing paleo, just and observation).

Miscellaneous / Re: Just rinsed mouth with hydrogen peroxide
« on: February 05, 2012, 02:02:05 PM »
Discuss.  :P

I think you are supposed to dilute it 3 parts water / one part H202 (Hydrogen Peroxide)
But I often don't.  I do know if you keep it in your mouth too long your teeth might start to hurt. I think it is a cheap mouthwash. Mouthwash is supposed to kill germs and peroxide does that too.
Whatever you do don't snort the stuff!!   

Meta / Re: I am thinking of changing my forum name.
« on: February 04, 2012, 01:17:18 PM »
This is Paleo Dude.  I changed my name to Paleo Curmudgeon.  I think it is appropriate considering the definition  ;D

For those who follow Low Carb Curmudgeon on Facebook, I asked her and she doesn't mind if I steal her last name  :)

Introductions / Re: Hi from Chicago
« on: February 03, 2012, 12:08:22 PM »
Hi, Welcome to the cave. I hope you find paleo and this forum beneficial.  Ask any questions we try to help.

Diet and nutrition / Re: Coconut sugar better than raw honey?
« on: February 02, 2012, 06:24:37 PM »
Paleo desert recipes is an oxymoron.  If you decide to make a recipe anyway I don't know which is best but agave syrup is the worst. 


In case you did not know… This blog and I are being investigated by the NC Board of Dietitians due to egads!!! …

I tell people to eat like I do!!!!  …without a license!!  Horrors!!!

Here’s my story if you don’t know it… I’m just a formerly obese, formerly insulin and drug dependent Type 2 Diabetic… who has normal blood sugar… and I’m drug and insulin FREE

Note 1: Every single person that ‘eats like me’ or similarly improves health markers… every single one.

The point? … no one is ‘hurt’ by following my food recipes nor the meal plan I follow.


Note 2: Here is a link to the NC Law I am violating, “GUIDELINE A_6“. I still, to this day have not read it… maybe I will some day. :)

Note 3:  If you look on the emblem you see that the board was formed in 1992.  Since they were formed, obesity and diabetes has skyrocketed in the state, the nation and the world.  But yeah… don’t let me hurt someone …..

Read the entire story here:

Miscellaneous / Re: Ray Audette Video
« on: January 30, 2012, 10:26:26 PM »
Great! I wanted to punch through my screen when I saw that Ornish guy. He looks kind of fat. I don't know where he gets off.

I'm sorry but I did warn about Ornish.  ;D  I hope seeing him didn't spike your blood pressure too much - LOL!

Miscellaneous / Ray Audette Video
« on: January 30, 2012, 09:04:49 PM »
Ray Audette video shows him hunting in a field with his hawk and a sharp stick and gathering at a local Dallas area supermarket. He talks about his diet plan, shows what he eats for breakfast. There is also an appearance by Dr. Dean Ornish to tell the audience that Ray is killing people.

Miscellaneous / Re: Paleo Recipe search engine
« on: January 30, 2012, 02:21:17 PM »
Following a recipe is not paleo since written language has only existed for 8,000 years.

Diet and nutrition / Re: Gastric Bypass and Caveman
« on: January 26, 2012, 10:42:49 PM »
Not everyone is born with the ability to just watch what they eat and be 120 pounds. It doesn't work that way.

You (we all) have been failed by the medical - industrial complex.  If that statement is true why do you never see obese animals in the wild?  Wild dogs, cats, pumas, mountain lions, horses, sheep, tigers are not obese. Sure there are some animals like elephants and hippos that are naturally large animals they are never overweight or obese.  It's only when domesticated and fed crap do they become overweight.

Today going to the store I drove by my old high school. 5 girls, 15 or 16, were walking down the street. 4 of them were overweight.   When I graduated from that high school there were perhaps 4 overweight girls in the entire school (grades 9 thru 12).  When I was in high school it would be a girl's worst nightmare to be just 10 pounds overweight. Now it's the new normal.

I am not criticizing you but the medical industrial complex that put you in your situation.   Several people have made suggestions on what to eat. 

Diet and nutrition / Re: Gastric Bypass and Caveman
« on: January 26, 2012, 09:02:19 AM »

That IS what gastric bypass is...thats how it works. There is nothing to sue for? I dont understand? My surgery is working the way it is suposed to, and it turned out perfect.

You are correct in saying 'that is how it works.'  It is making the doctor's Mercedes payment.  That's what it is supposed to do.

As long as there are quick fixes medicine will never will never be encouraged to research into why some people become 162 pounds over weight.

On this forum we believe a moderate carb paleo diet is the best solution.  However, there are probably people somewhere on another forum claiming low carb or paleo made them worse. Although I believe that would be a very small percentage of people who tried paleo, Dr. Atkins in his books said his plan might not work in about 15% of the population.  There should be genetic research into what works best for each individual. That will never happen until doctors admit low fat high carb diets work for very few people.

Miscellaneous / Re: Naturism
« on: January 26, 2012, 08:16:35 AM »
Hi JayJay,

If you want to avoid worrying about what mood the cops or rangers are in on certain days you can try places like this. This is in the high desert 75 miles east of San Diego.

Diet and nutrition / Re: Gastric Bypass and Caveman
« on: January 25, 2012, 05:20:28 PM »
I'd sue for malpractice.

Diet and nutrition / Re: Gastric Bypass and Caveman
« on: January 25, 2012, 01:27:52 PM »
Did they take out your gallbladder too? If not I don't understand why you can't eat fat. You may need to slowly add fat.  You don't eat fat alone but  eat fattier cuts of meat. Instead of eating boneless sinless  chicken breasts you eat chicken breasts with the skin on. Then try chicken thighs instead of breasts. Since  thighs are fattier than  breasts you can start  with skinless  thighs. From there try ground beef. 90/10 instead of 95/5. Then move onto 85/15. 80/20 tastes best and is most filling.  Try a little butter on cooked vegetables.  The biggest  issue I see is most paleos eat 2 or 3 meals a day instead of 5 or 6.

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