I fell for the organ meat meme and ate undercooked liver and have been shitting my brains out for the past day how do I fix my gut flora

I fell for the organ meat meme and ate undercooked liver and have been shitting my brains out for the past day how do I fix my gut flora

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    the bigger problem is the parasites in your brain

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Don't eat undercooked liver anymore perchance?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Well, I read that it’s very easy to overcook in a basically becomes inedible, I also read it’s OK if you eat it raw, so I figured if it was just cooked a little bit, it wouldn’t kill me

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Was it grass-fed?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Did you not eat liver as a kid? Can't imagine not knowing what well prepared liver looks like.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        you dont even need alot of liver to get all the benefits, literally a liver piece the size of quater. You're supposed to chop it up on mix it with other food if you dont like the taste.

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Fat homosexual liar. I've been eating raw liver every day for 2.5 years and my shits are perfectly formed.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      you should eat raw polar bear liver for the ultimate gains

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Black person that's toxic since it contains too much vitamin A

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    If you're genuine then you ate liver that was in contact with plastic for too long or came from a sick animal. It should be a dark, almost purplish color (if it's medium to light brown it sucks, don't eat it). Make sure it's grass-fed.

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Can you freeze cooked liver? I usually buy a couple pounds of it at a time, cook it all at once, eat a little bit and freeze the rest in individual jars and microwave one of them once a week.

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    follow this guy for tips on eating raw: https://twitter.com/rawmeatdaddy (he )

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Oh no I guess you have to go back to canola oil

    Anyway I just started carnivore and will be trying raw carnivore next

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    https://www.westonaprice.org/health-topics/food-features/the-liver-files/#gsc.tab=0

    >Eating raw liver is definitely not a Standard American Dietary (SAD) practice! So why in the world would a sane person even consider eating their liver raw? Most of the reasons are anecdotal with the primary one being that people who do consistently report how good it makes them feel.

    >Southern hunters have a tradition of eating the liver of their freshly killed deer as a “manly” thing to do.
    >In Argentina, cowboys eat liver (and meat) raw or very lightly cooked.
    >People who grew up on farms tell of eating the liver freshly warm from the animal and only lightly cooking it (and all the organs and glands)
    >Weston Price reported on the consumption of raw liver among African hunter-gatherer tribes. Liver was considered so sacred that they never touched it with their hands, only with their spears. They ate it both raw and cooked.
    >The physician Max Gerson used raw liver juice, extracted with a special juicer that pressed out the liquid, in his original healing protocol with pancreatic cancer patients. His daughter, Charlotte Gerson, later dropped this part of the protocol because of the unavailability of fresh clean liver without bacterial contamination. Now a crude liver extract injection or desiccated liver tablets are used in the current protocol. However, Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez, a New York doctor who treats cancer holistically, insists that all his patients eat raw liver.

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    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      HOW TO EAT RAW LIVER

      >There are two basic methods. One calls for freezing the liver for 14 days in large chunks. (Fourteen days will ensure the elimination of pathogens and parasites.) You can then grate the liver on the small holes of a grater and add it to milk or juice, or even hot cereal. A teaspoon or two of grated raw liver can be added to baby’s egg yolk, or even to mashed vegetables.

      >The second method turns liver into pills! Cut fresh liver into pea-sized pieces and freeze for 14 days. Swallow like vitamin pills.
      >For both methods, the liver should be of the highest quality available and very fresh.

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      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        you should eat raw polar bear liver for the ultimate gains

        >In adults, according to the Merck Manual, vitamin A toxicity has been reported in Arctic explorers who developed drowsiness, irritability, headaches and vomiting, with subsequent peeling of the skin, within a few hours of ingesting several million units of vitamin A from polar bear or seal liver. Again, these symptoms clear up with discontinuation of the vitamin A-rich food. Other than this unusual example, however, only vitamin A from megavitamin tablets containing vitamin A when taken for a long time has induced acute toxicity, that is, 100,000 IU synthetic vitamin A per day taken for many months.

        >Thus, unless you are an Arctic explorer, it is very difficult to develop vitamin A toxicity from liver. The putative toxic dose of 100,000 IU per day is contained in two-and-one-half 100-gram servings of duck liver or about three 100-gram servings of beef liver. From the work of Weston Price, we can assume that the amount in primitive diets was about 50,000 IU per day.

        >A good recommendation for liver is one 100-gram serving of beef, lamb, bison or duck liver (about 4 ounces) once or twice a week, providing about 50,000 IU vitamin A per serving. Chicken liver, which is lower in vitamin A, may be consumed more frequently. If you experience headaches or joint pains at this level, cut back until the symptoms go away.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        [...]
        >In adults, according to the Merck Manual, vitamin A toxicity has been reported in Arctic explorers who developed drowsiness, irritability, headaches and vomiting, with subsequent peeling of the skin, within a few hours of ingesting several million units of vitamin A from polar bear or seal liver. Again, these symptoms clear up with discontinuation of the vitamin A-rich food. Other than this unusual example, however, only vitamin A from megavitamin tablets containing vitamin A when taken for a long time has induced acute toxicity, that is, 100,000 IU synthetic vitamin A per day taken for many months.

        >Thus, unless you are an Arctic explorer, it is very difficult to develop vitamin A toxicity from liver. The putative toxic dose of 100,000 IU per day is contained in two-and-one-half 100-gram servings of duck liver or about three 100-gram servings of beef liver. From the work of Weston Price, we can assume that the amount in primitive diets was about 50,000 IU per day.

        >A good recommendation for liver is one 100-gram serving of beef, lamb, bison or duck liver (about 4 ounces) once or twice a week, providing about 50,000 IU vitamin A per serving. Chicken liver, which is lower in vitamin A, may be consumed more frequently. If you experience headaches or joint pains at this level, cut back until the symptoms go away.

        Didn't read, not eating your third worlder hairloss organs.

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Kefir, yogurt, kombucha

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    homemade overfermented kefir.
    next thread.

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