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Free Range Naturism / Re: How was your month for Free Range Naturism?
« on: February 17, 2020, 03:54:17 PM »
This winter has been very cold.  Finally last week we got some sunshine so I ventured out.  It was about 40s (5C)  but the sun felt good.  The Lake still is ice covered.


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Free Range Naturism / Re: The Secret Naturist Handbook
« on: February 15, 2020, 10:43:43 PM »
I like to carry a basic first aid kit in my day pack.  My emergency kit includes small candle, fire starter, mini flashlight, small knife, and TP. 

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General Naturism Discussion / Re: And you thought clothing was bad
« on: February 15, 2020, 10:39:11 PM »
Even the "Ultra Processed Foods" are a big step better than the FAKE food we now are being sold.  So-called "Impossible burgers,"  "Beefless ground beef," and similar GMO ingredients mixed with toxic chemicals, various kinds of algae or bacteria, and almost nothing recognizable.

Our bodies are mostly composed of meat and animal fat. Eat what you are.  Natural and good.     

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Free Range Naturism / Re: The Secret Naturist Handbook
« on: February 13, 2020, 07:13:45 PM »
It would be fun notification in a geocache container.
Jbee

That it would.   I print card stock on my ink jet printer.

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Free Range Naturism / Re: The Secret Naturist Handbook
« on: February 13, 2020, 04:26:45 PM »
What do you put on your card?    Do you put your name and address like a normal business card?  Or do you simply put some wordage about Naked hiking?  I might try that. 

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General Naturism Discussion / Re: Whatís in your Pants?
« on: February 10, 2020, 05:46:50 PM »
One need not wear pants to have a pocket,

Traditional Scottish outfits with kilts and all often includes a pouch or "sporran" hanging on a belt. 

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General Naturism Discussion / Re: Sunscreen Health Issues and Solutions
« on: February 02, 2020, 11:21:06 PM »
So I should follow the advice of someone almost 15 years younger than me?

I'm never too old to learn.  I learned about carnivore way of eating from my youngest son who is almost 40 years younger.  I only wish I had the information available when I was his age.

Bob

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General Naturism Discussion / Re: Sunscreen Health Issues and Solutions
« on: February 02, 2020, 11:19:39 PM »
So, where do you get your B-12? Do you eat liver for iron? Are you concerned about the polluted liver of factory farm animals? I used to eat kosher chopped liver, back when I was not doing as well while eating lots of meat. Jbee

Eating a carnivore diet you get plenty of B-12, iron, and omega-3 from the meat. It also turns out that most of what Vitamin C is used for is to digest plants, so very little is needed on a zero plant diet.

Carnivore people (like the above example I posted) don't get sunburned without using all the toxic chemicals. Healthy skin just takes care of it while making vitamin D. 
Bob

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General Naturism Discussion / Re: Sunscreen Health Issues and Solutions
« on: February 02, 2020, 03:22:15 PM »
Before and after quitting vegetables for an all carnivore diet.  Related to avoiding sunburn without chemicals.


From Ken Nelson

"Before and after shots of my progress with skin issues of eczema. Doctors couldnít help, only made it worse with their drugs that messed up my adrenal glands. I had this issue for years and life was Hell at times.

"The Carnivore diet cured me and got my life back. I will never eat plant based so-called foods again.

"Iím 60 now and all my joint pain has gone as well and I feel great. I'm even back inline skating twice a week and my knees never better.

"There really is nothing better than being the best 'you'.

"Being Carnivore has enabled me to get back in the gym after suffering with forearm tendonitis and joint pain for years.

"Among a host of other things."

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10156629457201962&set=pcb.640822620011719&type=3&theater

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Free Range Naturism / Re: The Secret Naturist Handbook
« on: February 02, 2020, 02:55:32 PM »
I have always carried a small backpack.  It has room for water, lunch, shorts, and even a towel.  Zipper side pockets hold first aid/emergency kit, car keys, etc.  I often carry it slung over one shoulder, not both, and often on the shady side to prevent tan lines.

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General Naturism Discussion / Re: Sunscreen Health Issues and Solutions
« on: January 29, 2020, 02:38:42 PM »
I'll stick with mostly live living food, personally, mostly veggies. We can adapt to radical eating and even thrive for a while, we survived that way. Long term, I think some variety is the spice of life. Jbee

I do hope you fully recover from your year long illnesses.   Be well my friend. 

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General Naturism Discussion / Re: Sunscreen Health Issues and Solutions
« on: January 26, 2020, 09:53:42 PM »
Large numbers of Indians, at least those who are Hindus, are vegetarians. However, the reasoning behind that is ethical, rather than because of medical reasons (as opposed to nutritional reasons).

I suspect few of them utilize sunscreen, though.

India has the highest rate of death from Cardiovascular disease compared to any other country.  They also have perhaps the highest percentage of vegetarians.  There is a strong correlation.

Indian people have a darker color skin typical of all those who have lived in low latitudes so they don't need sunscreen.

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General Naturism Discussion / Re: Sunscreen Health Issues and Solutions
« on: January 26, 2020, 07:41:39 PM »
I am going to share this even though it comes from Facebook.  Similar stories are posted every day on the Carnivore FB groups. One could argue that its anecdotal, but its real people who have amazing health improvements from eating a healthy diet.  This person previously suffered from serious heart problems and bad digention troubles.  Gone.


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Brandel J Rogers‎ to  World Carnivore Tribe
11 mins ∑

So a dear friend shared this page with me a few months ago, I was super skeptical about trying the diet because I have heart failure and several heart related complications and crohns but I did it finally. Three weeks in and I am officially off of all blood pressure meds, and anti platelets, my abdominal issues are gone and my cholesterol has actually decreased. I feel better than I have in 25 years! Thank you Hardus Bruwer for sharing this life changing experience with me! I owe you my life!

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General Naturism Discussion / Re: Sunscreen Health Issues and Solutions
« on: January 25, 2020, 02:18:06 AM »
One of the best discourses about diet, meaning simply what you eat, that I've read was written by Horace Kephart just about a hundred years ago. And that was before most of the genetically modified, fortified, highly refined food we have today, although canned foods were available and there was no real inspection of food like there is supposed to be today.

Yes, a lot of good information gets ignored.

Medical literature published in 1796 said that not eating carbs or sugar would prevent diabetes, but that was mostly ignored, and was completely ignored after the 1920s when doctors discovered they could make a fortune selling artificial insulin.  Now we have a diabetes epidemic affecting close to 1/4 of the population and still they recommend a carb and sugar diet.

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General Naturism Discussion / Re: Sunscreen Health Issues and Solutions
« on: January 25, 2020, 02:12:05 AM »
The indigestible materials in veggies, will scrape away the stuff that builds up in the digestive tract, that which is a good thing over staying its welcome and getting rancid, and getting in the way. Meat stuffs me up, but you say that is good and efficient, while I'd call it uncomfortable and a difficulty when extracting it out of the shoot.

No, it doesn't work that way. You can't judge by eating meat for one or two days.  The indigestible vegetable fiber scrapes the sides of your intestines and causes Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and eventually colon cancer.  When you stop eating all that undigestable plant fiber your colon stops being irritated. IBS and Colon cancer are prevented.  In a couple of weeks you dump all the stuck vegetable matter. There is no more "stuff" stuck in your intestines. For a while you get the "carnivore runs" that just flush everything out.  Carnivore eaters don't suffer from constipation.  When there isn't any plant fiber to soak up all the water, it takes time, sometimes months, for your colon to return to absorbing water out of food residue as it is designed to do.  Eventually you only need to poo every 5 to 7 days, more or less.  Carnivore food has very little waste to dispose of. There also is very little gas to pass.


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While eating just meat, do you eat wild meat, the animal's guts and organs, or make a point to stay away from antibiotic infested, unnaturally high fat feedlot beef and factory poultry and pork? I stuck with kosher for awhile.  Jbee

Among carnivore WOE people there is some "sub cult" advocates who say they eat only grass fed beef, but the research shows that the only significant differences between grass fed and feed lot finished beef is that grass fed is more expensive, but feed lot finished has more fat and is more tender.  High fat is GOOD.  Carnivore WOE says to get like 40% or more of your calories from animal fat.  We need animal fat instead of carbs to supply our energy.  I eat beef, pork, and chicken, plus sausage, salami, etc., from my local supermarket, and look for sales.  I could also eat duck, goat, venison, mutton, fish, or shellfish, which I don't eat much of.  And also eggs, or butter and hard cheese which are animal fat.  Personally, I don't enjoy fish and I don't get much venison or goats at my local market.

There is a sub cult that is always going on about eating the offal, but most of us eat the meat we find on sale at our local market.  There is another sub cult that says to eat beef raw.  I prefer my beef "medium" and my pork well cooked.  The raw people are risking infection.

The whole point is to eat what we are made of, animal protein and animal fat.  Don't count calories.  Eat when you are hungry.  Eat as much as you want until you aren't hungry.  Don't eat because it's "time to eat," and don't eat because of boredom or need for an activity.

Anyway this is the first time in my life I've ever been able to eat all I want of dense calorie rich food and not get fat.  And my health is doing really good. 

May you live long and prosper.




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