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Started this discussion. Last reply by Brad Ramsay Feb 23, 2013. 3 Replies

I have found this study http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2234537/ Inside this is written:"A high intake of naturally…Continue

The crucial importance of VARIETY in a (RAW )vegan diet

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I would like to share an information wich could be of interest:http://jn.nutrition.org/content/133/12/4135.full.pdfMethylation is…Continue

Vegan b12 source

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Hello everybody, I know that algae aren't a recommended item here, but I would like to ask a merely intellectual question as I am doing an article on b12 and veganism and maybe this information could…Continue

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I have a blog in spanish about nutrition, centered on raw food and healthy eating for those who canno or don't want to be totally raw.Here it is: …Continue


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I have been doing 80/10/10, 10% or less cooked (mainly steamed vegetables and potatoes, no grains) for about a year now, if I only had discovered much before. It has saved my life, literally, like many others. I think the 80/10/10 diet by Doug Graham is a masterpiece on nutrition. Previously I fall in the high fat raw vegan black and deep hole, for many reasons, most described on the forum.
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At 5:41am on December 14, 2012, Richie Fruitbat said…

Hey thanks for friending. Glad you like the vids, best wishes from Bulgaria!

At 1:34pm on November 9, 2012, Lukas Ircha said…

Sunwukung, it is true that tropical climates are hot and humid especially to people who are not use to them who have not acclimatized or to people consuming difficult to digest foods which produce a lot of body heat.  Looking for the ideal temperature 27 - 29 deg C and having this constantly is impossible no climate is like that.  But tropical climates are close to this, little higher in the daytime and little lower in the nighttime.  I have been to Yucatan region and spent there almost a month and loved it, sure it was in the winter time so summer would be hotter.  500 to 800 meters elevation I found it to be ideal temperature when in tropics.  That is why I rented 2 houses in Costa Rica in 2010 which were at this elevation.  Any higher than that and you are in the cloud forest during rainy season or it is cold in the evenings.  I know what you are talking about I was at high elevations and in the morning I drank a few coconuts that felt like they came out of the fridge.  What we should share with readers is that there are nice things about even the hot sea level climate, in the evenings at sunset you can be out topless and still not feel a chill, I love that even though sure during day time you are gently sweating.  That is why you have a car when ever you travel so you are mobile and can go anywhere.


At 12:31pm on August 6, 2012, RawConsciousness said…

Saludos hermano cuando tengas una vuelta por aca ya tienes a alguien con quien comer MUCHA MUCHA fruta jajaja

At 9:04am on January 12, 2012, Daniela said…

Did i get you right? You´ve seen those fruits? Jejejej, mas rural es mejor! Un abrazooo!!

At 5:03am on January 12, 2012, Daniela said…

Has probado frutas que se llaman  Chacunga y Nanche ?

At 8:11am on January 11, 2012, Daniela said…

Que bueno, mas soool  :) !!! Pero los frutas son caro? Que frutas comes y que frutas tienen en Yucatan?

At 7:37am on January 11, 2012, Daniela said…

Que tal el tiempo en Asturias? Un abrazo!

At 9:48am on December 11, 2011, pradtf said…

yes both godel's and heisenberg's are expressions of what we apparently cannot know.

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At 2:49am on December 11, 2011, pradtf said…

i haven't heard of rupert sheldrake, but i looked him up. very interesting stuff - especially the morphic resonance. i've also long been an advocate of the collective consciousness.

i'm not sure the 100th monkey idea makes that much sense to me. i don't see why a particular number needs to be reached. if there really is a collective consciousness, then one monkey's effort can go into it and others, who are willing/diligent/aware/inspired can tap it out. i think this may be the idea of satori.

"who am i?" is indeed an interesting issue and self-referential situations are particularly so. douglas hofstader did considerable writings in this area. possibly zen provides a clue though through the following koan.

student: master why can i not see tao?
master: so long as there is an i, there is no seeing tao.
student: master can you see tao?
master: so long as there is you and i, tao cannot be seen.
student: then if you and i disappear, can tao be seen?
master: if you and i disappear, who is there to see tao?

in friendship,


At 3:44pm on December 10, 2011, pradtf said…

hey sunwukung! i saw your idea of consciousness may be not coming from the brain:


(i also saw stephen's comment countering that, but i don't want to post there now. stephen has exams and it's best he just focus on those.)

i wanted you to see this:

Hard problem of consciousness

you'll find support for your idea here i think because the hard problem hasn't really been solved (and some people don't even want to deal with it). you'll see, it seems no one has really been able to adequately explain how mechanical interactions in the brain necessarily produce consciousness. some think that consciousness may be a quantity of the universe.

in any case, i thought you might find this interesting.

in friendship,




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