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Quiting 5 months of testosterone replacement therapy. HELP!

Discussion in 'Heal Your Hormones' started by chrisrw1989, Oct 18, 2019.

  1. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    You said carnivorous.
    There is a hypothesis that humans or rather humanoids started growing their brains when they learned to break large bones leftover by large predators and eating bone marrow.

    The same or similar hypothesis that humans had the largest brains at the beginning of when they started learning agriculture.

    I think on some post @Jack Kruse is saying that on average, we are missing about 200grams of brains now.

    Going with this, carnivore diet for humans today would be
    bone broth
    heart, kidneys, pancreas, brains, liver, thyroid, other glandular tissue.
    Little muscle meat.

  2. drezy

    drezy Gold

    Sometimes even effectively 400g around pretty ladies.
    Mmmm. Try making home made bone broth, nothing beats it. I try to do this at least once a month.
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  3. ElectricUniverse

    ElectricUniverse New Member

    About that missing 200 grams of brain tissue-- I think our precious brains are shriveling up from nasty chronic neuroinflammation caused by environmental toxicity like stress, blue light, nnEMF, glyphosate, nano aluminum, alcohol, etc.

    Children born today are handicapped right out of the gate of life.

    See Idiocracy the movie. Life imitates art.
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  4. chrisrw1989

    chrisrw1989 New Member

    Going with this, carnivore diet for humans today would be
    bone broth
    heart, kidneys, pancreas, brains, liver, thyroid, other glandular tissue.
    Little muscle meat.

    I agree, I eat for nutrient density most the time. i've recently added oysters, sardines, and other seafood.
    I eat a lot of high quality pasture raised eggs, grass fed/pasture raised butter, and the fattiest grassfed ribeyes with the darkest (orange/yellow) fat I can find.
  5. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    When you think about the fat portion of your diet, think of oleic acid content of what you eat.
    That part of food is about hydrogen content.
    Eventually we use that hydrogen and oxygen from the air we breathe to make lots of metabolic water.
    Combining/synthesizing hydrogen with oxygen is the combustion process.
    Hydrogen is the most efficient fuel, creates lots of energy.
    You can lit a medium city with streetlights from the energy one person is using.
    It is a mind-blowing amount of energy one person is using.
    At rest, one person is making 7437 liters of matrix water.
    7437/9=826.33 kg of hydrogen is burned over (easy) 24 hrs

    equivalent diesel fuel is 826*33817/11000=2539 kg
    a gallon of diesel fuel weighs 3.2245 kilograms
    2539/3.2245=787 gallons
    787*2=1574 miles would tank travel on energy that one person at rest uses daily

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  6. chrisrw1989

    chrisrw1989 New Member

    Very interesting!
  7. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    If true, it is more than interesting.
    It is a gamechanger.
    I am posting this for quite a while, hoping for @Jack Kruse to give a (solid) answer on it.
    In the coming webinar, I have asked a question on this topic.

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  8. chrisrw1989

    chrisrw1989 New Member

    I'm working my way through every video/webinar of Jack I can find as well as reading as much as possible.
  9. @JanSz - When listening to the recorded October's Quantum Biologic PowWow, I missed your question. Did it get skipped or are you planning to offer it up for this coming Sunday's calling Noveber 24th 2019?
    Looking Forward...
  10. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Per my understanding, the lesser amounts of water we drink the better (for healthy people).
    So the issue of cost of (medically certified) DDW is an artificial at best.

    You can hear @Jack Kruse answer starting here:

    Dr Boros repeated his story here:



    Last edited: Nov 19, 2019

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