Possibly Considering Giving Up Meat For A While

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Possibly Considering Giving Up Meat For A While

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unhappy-meateaterI think it’s important to change up your diet every now and then. We’ve been eating lots of meat lately and I’m just unsure as to what I should be eating. The kinds of meat we’ve been eating are, chicken, salmon, veil, beef and occasionally we might have some lamb or duck.

I was considering eating some organ meats like Aajonus Vonderplanitz recommends but then Dr. Wilson mentioned how organ meats are highly concentrated in terms of their toxicity content. If we didn’t live in a toxic world he said, organ meats would be some of the best foods to eat.

It reminds me of the stories I’ve heard where the kings and noblemen in the past would consume the organ meats and leave the muscle meats to the ordinary slaves. But that was back when the environment was much cleaner. There was no Chernobyl or Fukushima let alone chemtrails to deal with

There’s no way around it we live in a toxic world so we cannot make comparisons to times past. We just can’t. Yes if we didn’t live in a toxic world perhaps eating higher on the food chain would be something we can do.

I recently gave up eating salmon because of the recent news of high mercury levels in them as well as the toxic radioactive chemicals from Fukushima.

I’m a little concerned about all that stuff so eating animal flesh might not be the best option for me right now. I’m still doing research into this and at this point only considering giving up meat for a while.

Whether I’ll actually give it up is anybody’s guess.

Something Stephen Heuer said about his diet really struck me. Here was a guy who was concerned about protein levels, glutathione levels as well as how eating meat made him feel. If you don’t know he’s one of the main guys behind One World Whey protein powder that’s raw, denatured and grass fed.

He stated on our show that eating meat made him feel a little more aggressive and agitated. I don’t feel that necessarily but he mentioned he’s doing a modified vegan diet. I’m not sure what you call it, lacto-ovo vegetarian?

He consumes eggs as well as his One World Whey product which comes from grass fed cows.

Here’s what I’m considering as a modified “less meat diet”.

  • Eat meat only once per week
  • Deer Antler extract
  • Colostrum
  • Eggs of all types
  • One World Whey protein powder
  • Butter and Ghee
  • Bee products like (Honey, royal jelly and bee pollen)

I surmise that between these product along with the Pine Pollen that I really love, I should be able to keep my testosterone levels up, gain more muscle and improve my digestion.

I’m always looking to improve digestion.

Since we know that all disease begins in the colon I’m always looking to clean the colon through practices like enemas, colonics and colon cleanses like the Ejuva system or the Clean Program.

Aside from that I’m thinking that eating WAY less meat might be a good thing for a while. As many of you know I was a 100% raw food vegan for 7 years so I’m no stranger to changing my diet up if I feel like it’ll take me to the next level.

I also don’t want to give up eating meat entirely for decades at a time in case there’s value in it that I’d be depriving myself of.

So what about you? Have you made any dietary changes lately? Have you gone from vegan to raw or from raw to paleo?

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