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Discussion in 'Epi-Paleo Recipes' started by Billybats, Jul 11, 2017.

  1. Billybats

    Billybats New Member

    Hi everyone,

    Should they be eaten only if they are in your area and seasonal. I live in NJ, should I not eat them. Or is it also if your nationally doesn't eat them. I never ate them growing up, but also didn't eat much fish either, so I can't go by that either. I think Italians don't eat avocado:confused:

    Thank you
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  2. ScottishEmma

    ScottishEmma Silver

    I kept buying them and they'd go off in the fruit bowl as I never got around to eating them.

    I think intuitively I knew they were off. Avocadoes do not grow in Scotland so I'm not eating them :)
  3. Billybats

    Billybats New Member

    Hi Emma,

    I read a post of Dr. K's him using avocado but don't know if its anytime. He also said if I didn't misread that using avocado oil on the skin does something good. I use to use it on my skin. I may start again because coconut oil isn't working for my peeling skin. This is a the first time I ever peeled so much. I would love to eat avocado for the leptin rx to fill me up more.

    Does anyone else use avocado, if so when.
  4. Verena1028

    Verena1028 New Member

    Coconut( oil) don t grow in this environments either,
    I live in germany, I suppose I shouldn t have any coconut products and no avocado?
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  5. Billybats

    Billybats New Member

    Funny I was thinking that to with coconut oil. I stopped obsessing with the food to some degree. I was craving avocados and had one today. I figure just don't go overboard, in general.
  6. WalterNL

    WalterNL New Member

    I thought about that too.. still not entirely sure but I limit what doesnt grow in my environment. No more avocados but I still use some coconut oil, perhaps some nuts and of course coffee doesnt grow in Europe either but I still drink it.
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  7. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    I do fatty acids analysis.
    Then look what I am missing and what i have in excess.

    We are made of variety of fats.
    Some that we need are in avocados, others in coconut oil, butter, fish etc.


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  8. Verena1028

    Verena1028 New Member

    This is interesting.
    I dont have the possibility to check this....

    So I try to use fat seasonal: avocado, yolk , coconut not in winter

    If i would only eat what grew here, it would be vegetable with egg, fish, meat,
    No oils, no nuts, no cacao, no tumeric...
    So still I do eat some avocado and paranuts, some herbs and spiece,
    I think i wouldnt get enough electrons and be hungry all the time in this bad environment here

    But I dont use carbs like banana or batate because of the ligth information

    I reall y would like to know if there are more postive sites of using foodlike avocado , coconut from elswhere , or negativ...because it s a bad mismatch and i confiuse my body?
  9. WalterNL

    WalterNL New Member

    Stuff like turmeric can be seen as a useful biohack, we live in very unnatural environments after all so we use unnatural biohacks to deal with it as much as possible.

    As for the positive and negative, keeping in mind the seasons when it comes to foods is probably more important than eating solely what grows/lives near you. But if you want to be really sure you have to test how you respond to certain foods like avocado. I never had problems with avocado but I can find other fat sources so dont eat then anymore, I also never had problems with coconut oil, but I had major problems with MCT oil which goes to show least refined foods are better. Its simple trial and error, not assuming anything.
  10. Verena1028

    Verena1028 New Member

    Thank you very much,
    Very helpful!
    Yeah, I also tried Mct oil ( more than one time), but I swear I will never use it,small amounts bad problems...
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  11. Verena1028

    Verena1028 New Member

    Do you have stuff like banana, pineapple, melon at summertime?
  12. WalterNL

    WalterNL New Member

    Yes but not that much. I mostly have berries that grow at our latitude in summer. Local fruit is always more fresh so its an easy choice.

    Im in Spain now and have orange juice every day, no problem at all in my experience. Especially with lots of sun and good circadian rhythm, food is less important.
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  13. Verena1028

    Verena1028 New Member

    Yes thanks, I absoultely do know this
    But i am still absolutely not sure how much carb are working for me
    I livehere in germany and its often very cloudy...:(
  14. Da-mo

    Da-mo Gold

    I think I remember @Jack Kruse saying in a webinar about eating avocados year round in relation to prostate/PSA?
    Last edited: Jul 21, 2017
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  15. ScottishEmma

    ScottishEmma Silver

    Yep, chocolate don't grow in Scotland either but I make exceptions :)

    Obviously turmeric too. I think that the 80/20 rule probably applies here. Make the bulk of your daily food be from your environment and add additional powerhouses to spice up the meal.

    I lost interest in the raw food movement when all the supplements were from the other side of the world. I got seriously into foraging and discovered there were nutritional superheroes in my own garden!!
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  16. Carrie Rosado

    Carrie Rosado New Member

    Hi there, I think avocado is the best fat burner. Most of them add avocado in their diet when they are trying to burn fat. I have also heard that most of the nutritionist suggest to eat avocado which helps to burn fat naturally. My friend has started following diet guide from this site and he also included natural fat burner like avocado in his diet and according to her it is working well.
  17. Michael Polito

    Michael Polito New Member

    It's what you do most of and most of the time which matters. I live in upstate NY. I eat mostly locally grown veggies,fruits meats etc as much as I can. Yes I do eat avacados, use olive and coconut oils and eat lots of dark chocolate 85 % at least. Mostly salmon, but also consume pastured chicken and grass fed/finished beef. Bloody steaks.
  18. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    ^^^^NOT TRUE
  19. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    FAT burning is not a function food it is a function of 100Hz oscillation in the inner mitochondrial membrane that only exists when the TCA and urea cycle are unencumbered.

    You need to up your wisdom game.
  20. Bonnie

    Bonnie Gold

    I did learn this the hard way. I was eating tons of macadamia nuts and avocados. This was not a fat burn for me. I did not have good results. However I realize now its not a food game. Its a circadian rhythm game. I'm going to do the 16/8 IF going forward.
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