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is raw milk Paleo?why not?

Commented on October 27, 2013
Created October 27, 2013 at 12:27 PM

according to Jan Irvin it is

http://www.gnosticmedia.com/CuringToothDecayNaturally180

would you like to help inform him?

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on October 27, 2013
at 05:40 PM

Interesting point.

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on October 27, 2013
at 05:36 PM

i dont think its necessarily low-carb which would cause hypothyroid, possibly if you do ketosis too long without refeed, or if you do low-carb while doing too much exercise.

unless ofcourse you define low-carb as keto, but i think low carb is 50-150g carb/day, ketosis being 25g/day~ish.

real issue is not consuming enough carbs for your activity level(balance) rather than the low carb itself causing it. kind of like omega 6 isnt bad but if your overconsume it vs omega 3 it can become bad. low carb isnt bad unless you underconsume vs your activity level.

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on October 27, 2013
at 05:12 PM

I'd say an open mind saves you from such things. There are enough dangers also coming from the other direction, the high-carb low-fat dogmatists.

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on October 27, 2013
at 05:05 PM

I agree wtfgod. Paleo has a lot to offer, once you free yourself from judging everything by its ancestral value.

@samc: Trying to save some lost souls. I know, it's a hopeless business.

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on October 27, 2013
at 05:03 PM

Well, Bukowski is saving us from low-carb diet-induced hypothyroidism!

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on October 27, 2013
at 04:54 PM

You had me laughing, dear teats. Sounds like something I'd coo to my wife.

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on October 27, 2013
at 04:51 PM

Had to vote for this because everyone who visits paleohacks should read a ridiculous answer. If you don't like Paleo wtf are you wasting your time posting here?

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on October 27, 2013
at 04:33 PM

hopefully paleoness will eventually be associated with how healthy a food is for an individual. as opposed to a food being consumed by our ancestors. which ofcourse many, including myself view as a flawed ideology, being almost any food today from meat to veggies is far removed from what our ancestors would have consumed. then pile on the fact that we dont know what our ancestors ate, or if what they ate is actually IDEAL rather than just better than SAD, or if they even ate consistent enough to define a 'diet'.

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on October 27, 2013
at 03:18 PM

So this is my weird take, not to be used as fact, but someone would have looked over in time to see some Grok on a dear teat and will have made eye contact with him...once eye contact has been made, there's no going back...those two guys probably didn't sit near each other at the camp fire that night cause "that guy" made it weird.

TL;DR Milk may have been looked at like honey, eaten until it's gone, but never made up much in the way a diet staple. Opportunistically acquired

Truth.

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on October 27, 2013
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Oh indeed you could...but picture this...you're walking through a wheat field, you and your partner have taken down a dear and you're making your approach to claim your prize, you're thinking about dear burgers and dear shakes with dear fries, and then you notice your partner has stopped, he's looking at the wheat, licking his lips...you've met 'that guy", the guy who looked at something like wheat and thought "yeah, yeah I need to eat that" not the fresh meat that's just be downed, but the WHEAT...

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on October 27, 2013
at 03:01 PM

well said.

for the lulz ....could you not just milk an animal after you kill it.(had it been producing milk at the time.

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on October 27, 2013
at 04:25 PM

Milk is a very decent food, regardless of it is paleo or not. This whole argument of choosing foods based on their paleoness (what is that anyway?) is plain retarded imo. This Mr. Irvin sounds like a clever guy.

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on October 27, 2013
at 04:33 PM

hopefully paleoness will eventually be associated with how healthy a food is for an individual. as opposed to a food being consumed by our ancestors. which ofcourse many, including myself view as a flawed ideology, being almost any food today from meat to veggies is far removed from what our ancestors would have consumed. then pile on the fact that we dont know what our ancestors ate, or if what they ate is actually IDEAL rather than just better than SAD, or if they even ate consistent enough to define a 'diet'.

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on October 27, 2013
at 05:05 PM

I agree wtfgod. Paleo has a lot to offer, once you free yourself from judging everything by its ancestral value.

@samc: Trying to save some lost souls. I know, it's a hopeless business.

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on October 27, 2013
at 04:51 PM

Had to vote for this because everyone who visits paleohacks should read a ridiculous answer. If you don't like Paleo wtf are you wasting your time posting here?

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on October 27, 2013
at 02:41 PM

We're getting into technicalities here...so for the sake of argument...what is Paleo to me, may not necessarily be Paleo to you. Milk falls into the category of "can you handle it/ this" akin to, nightshades, eggs, tubers...some do a lot, some, not so much, some, none at all.

The old saying “Many paths up the same mountain" doesn't really matter the one you take; we're all trying to get to the top.

Also, milk is considered Neolithic and an idea has been passed around that I find sums up the idea of milk and attaining it quite nicely...

Would you be able to walk up to a wild animal and milk it?

I know my answer to that would be - NO.

That question aside...can you handle it?

Truth.

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on October 27, 2013
at 04:54 PM

You had me laughing, dear teats. Sounds like something I'd coo to my wife.

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on October 27, 2013
at 03:01 PM

well said.

for the lulz ....could you not just milk an animal after you kill it.(had it been producing milk at the time.

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on October 27, 2013
at 12:51 PM

are you trying to assert milk is not paleo?

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