What do you guys think of drinking/ eating blood the same way the tribesmen in africa did, as far as i know this is a widely used practice among dinkah herdsman. If an online retailer was carrying fresh frozen blood from grass fed animals and... (more)
Is injecting yourself with a 20-year-old's blood the ultimate hack? Would you do this? Preventative or Reactive? http://www.cnn.com/2014/05/05/health/young-blood-mice-aging/ (sorry Stephen, my creative juices are not flowing, so I stole... (more)
I'm not new to Ketogenic dieting or a paleo lifestyle in the least, but I've never had this problem before. Can anyone shed some light? I had a normal, painless bowel movement, but it was extremely black... not thick though. Is this... (more)
Hello, I recently had my blood tested for Cholesterol, HDL, LDL, Triglycerides, Glucose and CRP. The thing that stood out and shocked me about the results were my very high levels of CRP of 20.3 This is in spite of the fact that I have been... (more)
I was just curious if any non diabetics measure their blood sugar after a meal or throughout the day as another way of measuring the impact their diet is having on their body. I have been toying with the idea of picking up some equipment and was... (more)
Test Description Result Range Units Ferritin, Serum004598 57 15-150 ng/mL Sedimentation Rate-Westergren Date Collected: 7/23/2013 10:25:00 AM Test Description Result Range Units Sedimentation... (more)
Hi guys. Need some info. I've had high bp for the last 3 years and been on a variety of meds. I had a baby last year and since then, the bp has been out of whack and totally unresponsive to my previous meds so much so that I am/was on the verge... (more)
Does anyone have any knowledge of why this happens, and whether this is a beneficial effect for healthy, normal people? Could it affect cognitive performance? Here is the study: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8967461 (more)
I've noticed broken capillaries in a few spots. On my ankles, the top of my chest, my nose, my shins. I'm a 27 year old guy. I'm not worried about the esthetics of them, at this point. But I figure they point to something deeper going on, and... (more)
Hello I am afraid. Why? Because I had a physical last week and got the results....and thought perhaps someone in Paleohacks can advise me. I am female, 61 years. To start, since being primal for 2 years, I have had great results in terms of OA... (more)
Hi my name is Lucas Richard. I am 22, 148.8 lbs (in the morning after urinating), 12% body fat (though there is discrepency; one machine says 12%, one 14%, and the caliper say 17% (if you saw me you'd know that isnt accurate-I've lost 100lbs and... (more)
HI AGAIN I HAVE MADE A LIST OF ADDITTIONAL READINGS AS YOU WERE SO HELPFUL ON MY LAST QUESTION, IM WAITING TO SEE AN ENDCRONE EXPERT..BUT I AM A LITTLE CONCERNED AS I HAVE NOTICED A LUMP UNDER EACH ARMPIT RIGHT NO PAIN LEFT REALLY PAINFUL ADVISE... (more)
MY BLOOD TEST RESULTS KEEP COMING BACK NEED TO SEE A DOCTOR, SO I SEE THE DOCTOR WHO TELLS ME TO HAVE A REPEAT BLOODE TEST, THIS HAS BEEN GOING ON FOR OVER SIX MONTHS HAVING TEST AFTER TEST WITH NO ANSWERS. I HAVE A COPY OF THE LAST TEST AND... (more)
To make a long story short, I went to Red Cross to give some blood (because I seem to have high iron now), but they wouldn't take me because I lived in Europe. Mad cow insanity and all that... So I guess I need to find a different way to lose... (more)
So I recently did Chris Kresser's blood glucose testing experiment (http://www.marksdailyapple.com/does-eating-low-carb-cause-insulin-resistance/#axzz2OtHPvMP3) and was wondering if someone could help me with some questions about adding carbs back... (more)
Alright I'm going to sound like a vampire here but I hope this paleo community is open-minded enough to get this. I am anemic. I haven't been tested because I dislike doctors but I lose about 12 ounces of blood every month and this month was... (more)
Hey everyone, im posting this up for a friend of mine whos in big trouble. Shes 19 yrs old and has a rare blood disorder known as factor 7 deficiency. Basically when she bleeds it takes forever to stop, she bruises phenomenally in any situation ,... (more)
I just cracked open a few eggs and last one I cracked, the whole albumin looked transparent red. Why is this? Is it edible? Will I get ill if I do? Or should I try to scoop out the red albumin from the good eggs? I just found a picture similar to... (more)
What are top 5 non-obvious things to try for 28yo with high blood pressure on top of overall healthy lifestyle, paleo diet, regular exercise, and reasonable supplements? How would you lower it from ~140/90 to ~ 100/70?
Eat beets and other foods that raise nitric oxide. Get sunshine (which does the same). If you're in a northern state I'd suggest a sunbed for the winter months.
Everything is fine except for the vitamin D which looks to high. Dial down on supplements.
Hi all, going on week 4 of paleo (haven't been 100% strict as I still cant stop my tsp of sugar in my coffee :( Working on it though! I'm going to see my new primary care doctor in a few weeks and I wanted to know which blood tests I should get to... (more)
I've been following the Jaminet's Perfect Health Diet the last month. Breakfast consists of Bulletproof Coffee (coffee+2 tablespoons butter+ 1 tablespoon MCT Oil + 1 tablespoon coconut oil). Lunch and Dinner are paleo meals; with dinner I... (more)
Eating animal bones such as in broth or gelatin is good for our bones and joints. Eating animal muscles is good for building our muscles. Is this true for just about any part of the animal? Is eating animal blood good for our blood? And as an... (more)
Hi ! About a year and a half I was diagnosed with PCOS, I have all 'symptoms' (irregular periods+acne+hirsutism); also the cysts where visible on the ecography. But my blood tests showed nothing wrong, all levels where normal. After this I took... (more)
Thyroid levels should be tested and don't take "normal" for an answer. Ask for the specific levels because the lab norms are often too high. A TSH level over 2.0 requires further testing. Hypothyroidism mimics PCOS.