Is this what you eat? "It is said for optimum benefit..." - was said by whom, please?Sādhaka wrote: ↑Tue Mar 19, 2019 9:37 am..It is said for optimum benefit, to eat mostly organic raw eggs, raw milk (these two mixed together smoothens the taste-texture of the raw egg), grass fed butter, and raw grass fed meat (eat raw liver at least a couple times a week as well for Vitamin A). You can also add avocado and olive oil; and some carbs too, but not very much on the carbs.
This goes against everything taught to us by the so-called mainstream; but if the ‘mainstream’ knew what was best for us, then there would be more happy people than unhappy people, which is obviously not the case...
People all around the world have been eating raw animal products since who knows when, up until modern times with minimal chance of food poisoning. If you are susceptible to the fear-mongering of food poisoning, then by all means don’t risk eating raw animal products. Partially cooked meat is more likely to cause food poisoning than fully cooked or fully raw meat...
This^ is not meant to be professional advice.
Your logic is faulty. "Mainstream" teachings work just fine - if followed; it is up to the individual to put it into practice. The fact that people rarely do what is good for them is not the fault of the teaching, but of the pupils.
The human digestive system has evolved in modern times and is no longer able to process certain chemicals nor tolerate certain bacteria. Eating raw meat and eggs now is almost guaranteed to cause illness.
Good that you added the caveat. I would not recommend these diet instructions for anyone (RN here).