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November 9, 2009


Filed under: diet — Tags: , — Lady Who Cooks @ 8:27 pm

Ok, so I love surfing the web like any old gal and sometimes it just tough to find what your looking for.  Not only can research be daunting but it can sometimes be quite disturbing.  Here is gem of a question from someone looking for answers concerning their new Primal diet.

QUESTION: I suffer from chronic fatigue and after having read Aajonus’s two books, have started on the primal diet.  I have been on it for about 4 weeks now eating raw meats, including liver and kidney, with either raw fat mixed in or with coconut cream/avacodoes, and raw honey. I bought a Greenstar and am juicing as well according to your books.

I still do not eat a lot of raw meat (@4 oz per day), but do eat quite a bit of raw milk, cream, and fertilized eggs.

I do eat some cooked food since I am married and have children, so I do eat some meals with them.

I still feel very fatigued and still do not recover well once tired.  I know recovery will take time, but still I am wondering if you could suggest anything in particular to speed along the healing.  Would high meat, clay, or herbivore feces be beneficial? I find without the usual roughage I normally eat, I am constipated as well.

I have a rabbit that eats a very healthy diet of vegetables and hay.  Would eating some of her feces possibly be beneficial, and if so, how much would you suggest?

The diet makes a lot of sense intuitively, but after being on it for a month, I don’t seem to be doing much better.


If I were the person having to respond to this, it would probably go something like:

Really??  You’re considering eating FECES. I eat healthy, do you want to eat my feces too??  I have a better idea, why don’t you reroute your sewage line to come through your faucets.   Question, when you go to the zoo and stand by the monkey cage do you stand with your mouth open trying to get a free lunch?  Seriously…..feces?  Come on man.

Some people that Primal too literally.


  1. That HAS to be a joke of a post. Has to be.

    Comment by Graham — November 9, 2009 @ 8:43 pm

  2. I keep thinking about those poor kids, I wonder what kind of goodies they find in their lunch boxes.

    Comment by abbyleev — November 9, 2009 @ 8:49 pm

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