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Why oysters simply are astounding...........

Discussion in 'The Epi-Paleo Diet' started by Jack Kruse, Jan 14, 2019.

  1. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

  2. Quantum1

    Quantum1 New Member

    if you can't absorb it that well (age, gastric surgery, gastrointestinal disorders, and pernicious anemia) then it won't help or the source isn't bioavailable then it can be an issue as well.

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  3. Does that matter though? If you cant absorb due to an issue, eating the best thing you can eat will still give you MORE of whatever the best nutrition is than eating something that is inferior.
  4. Inger

    Inger Silver

    Oysters really are awesome :) :) :)

    I just searched about Iron too, to see if I get enough. I was shocked to find out that
    400 grams of fatty lamb mince (which is my breakfast mostly) has about the same amount of Iron than only 6 oysters!
    Eating 6 oysters - you will not even feel them in your belly! And 400 grams of meat makes you full.

    What I feel too is, Oysters are vibrating of energy, after all, you eat them almost alive :)
  5. If you slurp them raw, the white light they see will be emitted by your gut biome.
  6. drezy

    drezy New Member


    I like your piercing logic.

    I'll back you up time and again if you keep sharp like this.

    At the farm I met Jeremy Thomley. He literally has less lung capacity than most people. I didn't ask him why he bothers breathing...

    I have to admit that having the chance to talk to him very much distracted me from the rest of the beauty of the farm. Jeremy is a masterful story teller. In this picture he is telling @Leland Stillman , my wife, and @Inna a story:


    I took very few pictures at the Farm. I have not bothered posting nerdy technical details but you can see one of the lights the farm uses here.
    Last edited: Jan 18, 2019
  7. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    Jeremy is such a gift to all of us........
  8. Penny

    Penny New Member

    All I know is if I don't have that damn can of oysters every afternoon, I don't sleep... oysters/a cold shower/salt will kill neuropathy - stick some siracha sauce/lime juice/salt (a lot of salt) and garlic with turmeric on them and they don't even taste half bad - and it's the glutathione bomb...
  9. Sometimes I can come up with good ones! Lol Thanks

    I love listening to Jeremy on podcasts. He's awesome.

    Great photo! Post more. I am pretty frustrated at myself for not showing up at the open house!
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  10. You're so right!
  11. Libra_Bob

    Libra_Bob Libra_Bob

    I am severely allergic to Shellfish. Lately I have been eating cans of Wild salmon, Wild Sardines or Mckarel for BAB and more cans of fish later in the day. Weekend is when I have time to cook fresh fish. Is this practice still good. One of my friend had to stop eating sardine due to high arsenic results. Do I need to get heavy metals tested regularly if following this high intake of oily fish daily?
  12. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Hypersensitivity training
  13. Mayuri

    Mayuri Silver

  14. Brent Patrick

    Brent Patrick Silver

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  15. Libra_Bob

    Libra_Bob Libra_Bob

    Thanks Dr Jack. I am only allergic to Shellfish (analyphaptic shock right away), so do I need to work with an Allergist to work on this Hypersensitivity training. Anything specific I need to mention to the specialist? Also kindly have a look at my story when you have some time. Thanks
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  16. Lahelada

    Lahelada New Member

  17. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Use nature always 100% of the time. More on why you better have extraordinary people packing your parachute in the modern world. New free blog with some serious truth bombs. https://www.patreon.com/posts/28763772 #bluelighthazard #blackswan #blackswanwisdom
  18. Phosphene

    Phosphene Gold (finally)

    I wonder how long an oyster is still alive after being cut loose from the shell?

    I’ve found it convenient, and much cheaper, to buy containers of fresh, pre-shucked oysters in their liquid from the fish monger at the farmer’s market. They keep in the fridge for a week easily and I slurp down about a half dozen a day. I presume they are no longer alive at this point (from lack of oxygen for sure) but still get the job done. I can even slurp the remaining liquid at this point!
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  19. I believe they are still alive in the jar, doing CT.
  20. Zeke

    Zeke Platinum

    Wholefoods on the East coast sells Moondancer oyster from Maine

    They are the best tasting, meatiest, and easiest to shuck I’ve found

    Usually $1.39 but on sale for $1 each.

    They will shuck them in the store for you
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