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Diet and nutrition / Why eat beef and pork?
« Last post by Desmond007 on March 21, 2015, 06:06:51 AM »
One thing I don´t understand, eating paleo. Why eat beef and pork? They´re hard on the
human digestive system and theiy´re highly acid forming. If i could afford it, I would  eat nothing
but veggies, yams etc. eggs and nothing but fatty fish, shellfish and crustations.

Do you guys have any issus with digesting beef and pork, contra poultry and fish?

Tommy
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Diet and nutrition / Re: Seeds and nuts question
« Last post by Desmond007 on March 21, 2015, 05:53:07 AM »
Go for Brazil nuts and sunflower seeds. Highest Selenium content of any foods in Brazilnuts and
highest overall nutrition content in sunflower seeds.

Tommy
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Diet and nutrition / Re: Fermented Foods
« Last post by Desmond007 on March 21, 2015, 05:45:07 AM »
I tried making m own sauerkraut, since all the store-bought fermented foods I
could find, was pasteurized (good and bad bacteria getting killed).
Worked very well on my gut, but your changing the bacterial flora, so go slow in
the beginning.

The Australian Sports Comitee,  rank sports foods and supplement ingredients into four groups based on scientific evidence, A, B, C and D, where A shows the most scientific proof of improving sports performance.
Probiotics is listed in the A category.

Look for the name Sandor Katz, if you want recipes for fermented foods.

Tommy
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Diet and nutrition / Re: Vitamin D
« Last post by Desmond007 on March 20, 2015, 11:48:39 PM »
Acording to The Australin Sports Commision, the daily limit is 4000 IU pr day.
Here´s the link.

http://www.ausport.gov.au/ais/nutrition/supplements/groupa

Tommy
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It´s for the days where i don´t make it back home in time (before I get insanely hungry)
, to make a meal.
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Why do you need a protein bar?  Just eat some meat and maybe a piece of fruit.
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Hi everyone

The last couple of years, I have been through so many different ways of eating, because of a stomac issues.

Finally it seems I have found the right way of eating, integrating a lot of the Paleo principles into my daily food intake. Something have puzzled me though. In my local fitness-centre, here in Denmark where I live, I have noticed that all the Protein-bars they sell are...well...crap.

So I got an idea for a new Paleo protein-bar and I put all the ingredients together, trying to get so many nutritions in it as possible, all ingredients natural (not made in a laboratory, but harvested from nature). I have attatched the list, showing all the nutritions etc.

Would this be a good post-workout proteinbar, looking at the nutritions?

The list is attatched in the bottom of the page as a pdf.

Tommy
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Introductions / Re: Modern Hunter Gatherer from Germany
« Last post by Warren Dew on March 17, 2015, 11:37:38 AM »
Welcome!
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Introductions / Modern Hunter Gatherer from Germany
« Last post by Jerry_Cornelius on March 17, 2015, 07:34:37 AM »
Hello, I'm now in Paleo for 237 days and pretty sure I stay with it!

I'm calmer then before, my sleep pattern is better and I've more energy...

I'm also in foraging for wild food, primitive skills and Methode Naturelle.

I like to eat really fresh food and I love to cook in the great outdoors over a camp fire.

But I'm also cook in my kitchen...![emoji1]

Today I cooked Filet Mignon with red draps and Balsamico...and my little girl loved it!

Yesterday I was foraging ramson (wild garlic) and tomorrow I go for hop shoots and morrels.

But I also forage everything that crosses my path and I'm a great scavenger and junker!

I love to upcycle things and can't throw anything away...

I like to learn more about wild fermentation and rewild myself piece by piece...

On my long list of things I like to do this year stands Wild Swimming, Guerilla Gardening and to plant some secret survival gardens...

That's me...

Bye,
JC



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Diet and nutrition / Re: Advice for a newby
« Last post by Warren Dew on March 17, 2015, 07:10:55 AM »
I'd recommend buying less expensive meat - either less expensive cuts, like ground beef, or go with commercial meat rather than organic meat.  Also, if you buy meat with plenty of fat in it, you won't have to eat as much.
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