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I read that its really easy to melt them but when I've tried they got nowhere near melted :( do they actually melt?

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samc 0 · Created on November 22, 2013

Finely grind them and mix with some GF butter or coconut oil and some honey for a great homemade dark chocolate. Freshly ground I eat them with a spoon and some almond butter.

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I get very adequate vitmamin D, and K2. I have keratosis pilaris which has decreased signifiganlty in past years. I also started eating some gluten free grain again since I got an awesome probiotic and fixed my digestion. I know it seems un paleo,... (more)

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I totally did not expect this at all! I have tried all kinds of stuff over the last 5 years, including creams, going gluten free, grain free, eliminating dairy, trying CLO and high vitamin butter oil but none of it made much of a difference.But... (more)

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Creative_Caribbean_ 0 · Created on May 17, 2015

I'm totally going to eat some chicken liver now! I always thought it wasn't as good as beef liver and then not worth eating, but that was silly! I found a great diary free recipe! I think some people just don't need preformed Vitamin A... (more)

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I am a 72 yo male who has been doing primal paleo for five years. It has dramatically improved every aspect of my health . . . so far. Twelve years ago, I had an angina attack that damaged my ventrical and was told I had congestive heart failure.... (more)

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raydawg 0 · Created on May 15, 2015

I don't really have much knowledge in this area, however, our hearts do require a lot of CoQ10, especially as we get older.  It likely could do some good, though it might not address your issues specifically.  Also make sure you're not on statins... (more)

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Using psilocybin, lion's mane, chaga, reishi, shitake etc??

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glib 0 · Created on May 11, 2015

I have about 60 shiitake logs, produce about 1000 shiitakes a year, and occasionally eat a lot of them in a single meal, fresh and just sauteed in lard with garlic. I have not noticed any effect. I note enhanced cognition when I drink beet kvass,... (more)

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Back from the dentist after having lots of plaque removed. Lots of bleeding gums as well. I have had this for years now and keeping a good, clean, paleo diet hasnt helped, unfirtunately. I do clean my teeth as instructed, but to no avail. I have... (more)

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raydawg 0 · Created on May 15, 2015

Outside of the bacterial and other issues, CoQ10 can help heal the gums, also many toothpastes contain harmful ingredients that harm both tooth enamel as well as gums.  There is a liquid form of ubiquinol - kind of expensive that you could swish... (more)

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Has anyone every come across a grass-fed/finished farm that sells very tender meat? I've ordered quarter cows from a few farms now, and while I've enjoyed a lot of the meat, I find that the steaks and briskets tend to be tough. Part of the issue... (more)

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Look online for grassfed Wagyu (the Kobe beef breed.) They're naturally very marbled. It's mighty pricey, though. :-) If it were me (and it is) I'd just get the best grassfed locally I can get and smother everything in grassfed ghee for extra... (more)

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I am making the trasition to Paleo. Is there anyone who wants to be buddies and encourage each other?? What are the best things to do for someone just starting out on the Paleo lifestyle?

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chriswbread 0 · Created on May 13, 2015

 Please read my question. I am in desperate need of a Paleo buddy. 

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 Hi. I am looking for a Paleo buddy or buddies to help me stay focused. I'm a 43 year old male who live with a chocoholic family and I struggle to go a whole week without having a total blowout on bread/chocolate etc. Maybe a buddy will encourage... (more)

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I found it in the refrigerated section at Kroger ($2.50). Package doesn't say whether it was pasteurized or not. Ingredients are: "Cabbage, Water, Salt, Sodium Benzoate as a Preservative, and Sodium Bisulfitefor Color Retention." ... (more)

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Janknitz 0 · Created on March 06, 2014

I don't know for sure but I don't think so. This is why: 1. It doesn't say "fermented" or "live cultures" on the packaging 2. It contains preservatives: Sodium benzoate and sodium bisulfate. Living food is rotting food. That's the... (more)

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All this recent hub-bub about low fat raw vegan and fruitarinism got me thinking ... what if you mashed paleo together with fruitarianism? What I mean is can you cycle the two ways of eating for max benefit? For example. meat day, fruit day, meat... (more)

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Kamal 0 · Created on April 15, 2011

"What I mean is can you cycle the two ways of eating for max benefit?" Hmmm...that last part makes the question not quite valid. You can mash paleo with the Zone, or mash paleo with Ornish. In fact, you could alternate days of paleo with any... (more)

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Is it true that eating skin (fish, chicken) will improve your own skin? (not looking for knee-jerk responses please).

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I have fantastic skin. The kind of skin that people comment regularly on. I have also always LOVED eating skin - especially pork and salmon - but now duck is becoming my favorite. I don't have evidence beyond my own skin, but I know that I'm... (more)

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Recently I had a trapezius strain which was caused by doing pull-ups, however I had hurt that area a few weeks before doing dumbell pullovers. I was told by my doctor to take a week off from any training,and the pain changed from being just an... (more)

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glib 0 · Created on May 10, 2015

I wonder if herniated disks aren't one of those things that disappear (or at least vastly improve) when intaking a lot of well prepared bone broth. Disks become herniated when they are weak.

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I would roughly estimate that 1 out of every 50 almonds that I encounter is "bad." By this I mean that when I first bite into one, my mouth is immediately assaulted by a strong chemical taste, like amaretto gone wrong. The degree of badness... (more)

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Suz___Paleo_Oz 0 · Created on April 19, 2012

I think this is where the nuts oxidise and go rancid -keeping them in the freezer is supposed to reduce this! Don't eat the rancid ones!

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Hi! I've bought some chicken hearts and I'm not sure how to correctly cook them.I'd appreciate if you could guide me in simply cooking those chicken hearts without adding anything to them.I do not want a recipe, just to know: 1. How long or how do... (more)

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shillim 0 · Created on May 06, 2015

When we weren't being vegitarians, we ate a healthy portion of organ means including chicken hearts and gizzards and I love to stir fry them in high heat with whole garlic and thickly sliced onion, then toss them with a little sesame oil (not sure... (more)

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HI - I have started the Paleo Diet as a way to help manage some AI and leaky gut/stomach issues (bloating etc). however they have created some new issues. I was previously vegetarian (who never liked or ate legumes), and introduced fish and... (more)

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shillim 0 · Created on May 06, 2015

I spent a large portion of my youth eating mostly vegitarian.  Sudden introductions to meat tended to have a shocking and painful effects on my body.  Have you thought of slowing down your transition even more than you are doing now?  Slowly... (more)

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Hey all, I've decided to lose some extra pounds, so I'm going to use the Paleo way, as it seems the best diet out there. But I'm new to all this and the more I look, the more I get overwhelmed with various solutions. So, I need a complete but... (more)

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shillim 0 · Created on May 06, 2015

Grass-fed and organic aren't always affordable.  You can easily blow a good portion of your paycheck at Whole Foods.  If you are lucky enough to have a Sprouts or a similar market in your area that's a good place to start. Whenever I go into a... (more)

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Hi. I have been on Paleo AIP for 8 months and just within the past couple of months I have noticed a strange onset of noisy "squirting" sounds in the left waist region after swallowing, especially saliva or water and sometimes food. I am lost as... (more)

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Janknitz 0 · Created on May 05, 2015

Yes, it's called borborygmus.  It happens to me all the time, particularly if I'm stressed and I'm usually experiencing a lot of heartburn when it's happening.  And yes, water can trigger this.  It was nearly constant when I was pregnant, even in... (more)

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So recently i've been trying to eat a little less meat in favor of more starch & legumes, i just feel i do better with a little meat in my diet rather than a lot but still want to get adequate protein I apologize for the TMI but i notice that... (more)

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glib 0 · Created on May 04, 2015

These anti-nutrients all go if the beans are sprouted (they need a little tail twice as long as the seed, it takes four days), washed, and cooked. Guyenet has shown that there is a lot of evidence for paleo intake of legumes. Further, fresh... (more)

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Hi, I am considering Green Pasture's FCLO after reading so many great things about it. (Still skeptical though after reading Jaminet's views) Just curious if anyone in US orders it from any other website than Green pasture or amazon. Do you have... (more)

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Green Pasture’s has a pricing policy for their authorized retailers, so you probably won’t find it considerably cheaper on any website, including Amazon. At Peaceful Planet, we sell it for the lowest price possible and we offer free shipping on... (more)

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