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FaceValues

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#3271020 Urine therapy...

Posted by FaceValues on 30 July 2012 - 11:21 PM

It's funny, I recently met some people IRL into urine therapy. They're all into raw food, not even necessarily raw veganism. Pretty crazy, glad this forum prepared me for what's out there, hahaha. A guy I worked for into urine therapy said "the first glass is always the worse! After that it tastes like warm, buttered popcorn!" Hahahahahaha.


#3246045 Break Out Every Single Day! Why?! Diet Doesn't Work...

Posted by FaceValues on 18 May 2012 - 07:13 PM



anyone can answer???


Buy a whole chicken, eat the meat+skin and stuff, put the bones in a big pot of water, let it simmer for 2-4 hours. Use the broth for soup with fresh organic vegetables, try to have this meal as often as possible and make sure the chicken was fed it's natural diet/pastured/not given antibiotics. If you grow tired of the taste start using beef, lamb, fish, duck, rabbit, etc. bones. Make sure the animal lived a good life, they're more nutritious that way. When I was eating nothing but bone broth based soups for a week, I saw the most progress I'd ever seen my skin make in over 5 years. It's because bone broth contains everything your gut lining is made of and your gut, your GI tract, is 80% of your immune system.

At night put raw coconut oil on your face. I know it may seem odd because your skin type has been described as "oily" and putting anything on your skin seems odd and counter-productive, but trust me. It'll help to draw toxins out and make it more soft. Emollient herbs/oils have this property, of skin softness.




Ive got a few questions about this soupPosted Image how do I have to prepare a chicken (cook it, fry or what)? and should I add all vegetables to the pot during simmer or eat them separately? Ive used coconut oil for 3 days but now I must put it also on my skin. I never  done it before Posted Image my skin is much oily after 5 hours. :/

lower masturbation/sex it cant do bad.

if you want to know why its cuz, ejucation=alot of DHT

DHT=acne

im talking from personal experience



I also stopped masturbating Posted Image


Don't fry it, silly. Sautee or lightly cook it in coconut oil, duck fat, butter, etc. just until the meat's all white, I was mostly talking about buying a pastured rotisserie chicken but you could buy a whole bird if you like and cook it in the oven too. Just use fresh/dried herbs and onions or garlic or whatever you want, lemon goes well on a baked chicken. As for the vegetables in the broths later, it depends on your digestion. If your digestive tract is sensitive (your stomach's always upset, loose or hard stool, constipation, etc.) then I'd recommend cooking the vegetables well, especially things with a tough stalk like cauliflower, cabbage, broccoli,  and celery. Add things like garlic, greens, and onions last minute though because you don't want those overcooked.


#3245826 Break Out Every Single Day! Why?! Diet Doesn't Work...

Posted by FaceValues on 18 May 2012 - 12:33 AM

anyone can answer???


Buy a whole chicken, eat the meat+skin and stuff, put the bones in a big pot of water, let it simmer for 2-4 hours. Use the broth for soup with fresh organic vegetables, try to have this meal as often as possible and make sure the chicken was fed it's natural diet/pastured/not given antibiotics. If you grow tired of the taste start using beef, lamb, fish, duck, rabbit, etc. bones. Make sure the animal lived a good life, they're more nutritious that way. When I was eating nothing but bone broth based soups for a week, I saw the most progress I'd ever seen my skin make in over 5 years. It's because bone broth contains everything your gut lining is made of and your gut, your GI tract, is 80% of your immune system.

At night put raw coconut oil on your face. I know it may seem odd because your skin type has been described as "oily" and putting anything on your skin seems odd and counter-productive, but trust me. It'll help to draw toxins out and make it more soft. Emollient herbs/oils have this property, of skin softness.

Stick with the probiotics, particularly if the one you take has a lot of strains of bacteria (more than just acidopholus/lactobacillus, which you can get from yogurt/kefir but  bifido bacterium, bulgaricus, streptococcus, etc.). They'll do you more good if you heal the gut lining itself along with the probiotics, then they will help you even more. Take a good quality cod liver oil and stay away from generic fish oil brands.

Go outside and get some sun, drink lots of water, don't look at bright lights before bed, etc.


#3230693 What There Any Challenge Before? I Want To Start One.

Posted by FaceValues on 02 April 2012 - 05:26 PM

*disagree*


#3229677 Have People Have Success With Naturophats? Cause They Are Pretty Expensive

Posted by FaceValues on 30 March 2012 - 02:09 AM

yo my name is corgisoul and i'm here to say
been dealin' with skin problems for days upon days
this one time i had an herbalist but it was just a phase
and at first lookin' through the haze this naturopath seemed nautrophat,
tellin' me to take these herbs all matter-o'-fact.
when in the end they were really just naturowhack
so i decided to eat all healthy and
cut my wallet some slack


#3229086 Seriously-What Is Wrong With Me?

Posted by FaceValues on 27 March 2012 - 11:18 PM

It's been a little over a year since I started with a holistic approach to acne...

My diet:
I'm not very strict about anything.


A holistic approach is one that involves treating and healing the body as a whole. Focusing on diet is a main component in this ideology since it is what your body uses to repair and energize itself. Supplementation can be very beneficial but is only a portion of what goes into you on a regular basis. Rethink what you're eating, take a couple steps beyond dairy. Rather than think of it as a matter of "strictness" get excited about trying gluten free dairy-free recipes, paleo recipes, low glycemic recipes, etc.

It's not like you have to eat boring food all day every day, you just have to rethink what food means to you. Rather than reaching for something out of sheer convenience, prepare it with the intention that it will provide your body with nutrients and enjoy the nuances of it.


#3223432 What Did You Eat Today?

Posted by FaceValues on 07 March 2012 - 02:35 PM

Yesterday:
-beef bone broth with daikon peelings and some celery, cooked until soft
-1/2 lb of seaweed salad from asian market (gonna start staying away from this because I'm not sure if they use soy oil or something and its ingredients aren't marked on the package...)
-HUGE bowl of bone broth with rice noodles, mung bean sprouts, lime, mint, thin strips of flank, "beef balls" (little sausage-like pieces made of meat and tendon), tripe, and tendon (After the library I spent all day working on a paper in I decided to reward myself with Vietnamese from a nearby restaurant and didn't regret it as much as I suspected I might, besides the fact they use conventionally raised meat. All their broth is made from scratch, making it very GAPS friendly, minus the rice noodles. Yum)
-roasted sweet potato cubes, beet cubes, yellow onion, minced garlic, and spices in the oven
-egg and coconut milk scramble with shiitake and white mushrooms, fresh sage, cilantro, rosemary, leftover liverwurst and onions, and a teensy bit of tapioca starch
-steamed snap peas, radish, mini collards and purple kale winter mix, and a pinch of peppermint and parsley
-lots of globe grapes, with seeds
-some pieces of cheap low-sugar chocolate


#3223427 Repressed Emotions, Energetic Healing, Etc, Etc

Posted by FaceValues on 07 March 2012 - 02:21 PM

I'm actually writing a paper on the effects of mindfulness. Lots of studies are being done in it's relationship to changing thought patterns, all my sources have to peer-reviewed and academic and I can safely say that the results are very interesting.

Mindfulness isn't about reducing a symptom though, it's about changing the anxiety/stress you have about it. Qi gong, yoga, and meditation, on the other hand, do show a decrease in phobias, social anxiety, feelings of hopelessness, etc. while increasing one's self-compassion, a better understanding of the goals of therapy and their own development, and more optimistic about their own progress.

As for the "woo-woo" part of it, there's plenty of stuff scientists just can't explain for the life of them. Really obvious-sounding things that seem like they would answer too, like why we sleep, or why a bicycle is able to stay upright. Is it any wonder the reason for humanity's existence has never been scientifically proven? Likewise, there are plenty of practices from Eastern societies (which have been around way longer than we have and kept detailed records of every single oracle bone reading that ever took place in an Emporer's court, in China's case) that are very beneficial.

There's way more out there than a skeptic you.


#3222890 What Did You Eat Today?

Posted by FaceValues on 05 March 2012 - 10:09 PM

-Halves of red, orange, yellow, and green bell peppers with a wedge of red onion all chopped up stirred in a hot pan with bone broth, 2 organic eggs, and sliced okra
-Tons of tea and water throughout the day
-Spoonfuls of bone marrow/fat from more broth I'm simmering
-Spoonful of maca root mixed with a little filtered water
-Couple spoonfuls of aloe vera gel
-Spoonful of cod liver oil
-The rest of a bottle of black currant kombucha
-Coconut milk, vanilla extract, and some cheap gin (this concoction made me sleepy/little tummy achey)

~*detoxing*~


#3221932 What Did You Eat Today?

Posted by FaceValues on 02 March 2012 - 10:48 PM

-manila mango
-star fruit from asian market
-dino kale steamed in coconut oil, turmeric, and water
-mineral water from a shop that carries imported things from europe, tasted a bit like baking soda...but I was in such a good mood after drinking it!
-shiitake mushrooms, carrots, and okra also steamed in coconut oil, turmeric, and water
-a few handfuls of chocolate covered cashews
-red onion, 3 cloves of garlic, shiitakes, and omega 3 egg with turmeric because the chocolate made me feel lousy. 8(

Picked up some grass-fed bones to make broth out of, starting to remove starches and sugar little by little for GAPS intro.


#3221307 Epsom Salt And Sea Salt

Posted by FaceValues on 01 March 2012 - 01:50 AM

Yeah, epsom salt is rad.


#3220923 My Hyperpigmentation Nearly Gone After 2 Weeks!

Posted by FaceValues on 28 February 2012 - 09:11 PM

For $80 I could buy a month's worth of groceries and a couple of nice supplements/my own essential oils. Just sayin'.


#3219072 Will What I Ate Today Make Me Break Out Get Any Spots ?

Posted by FaceValues on 23 February 2012 - 12:18 PM

http://www.acne.org/...before-posting/


#3214630 Strange Idea, But Maybe...?

Posted by FaceValues on 10 February 2012 - 10:56 PM

Eh, maybe a little. Like when your blood rushes back down to parts of your body when you turn right-side up. I think it's kind of like one of those things where you splash cold water on your face or when you get up to pee in the middle of the night and look in the mirror bleary-eyed and your face looks clearer. Some would call little things like that tricks of the mind but I believe to some degree you have to keep "tricking" your mind to get clear. If standing upside-down makes you feel good then by all means do it! Same with splashing cold water on your face or, er, peeing...in the middle...of the night.

Keep challenging your mind with experiences and situations it's not normally used to. Take a different route home/to work/to school/to your friend's house, try a new recipe (my profile has a link to different ones I've been compiling and intend to try out), cut out pieces of colorful paper and glue them together like you did in elementary school (Valentine's Day is coming up too so that would be a good opportunity to do something along those lines), take a bath if you normally shower, ask a stranger how their day is going, etc. It's all good mental stimulation.


#3208985 What Are Nightshade Vegetables ?

Posted by FaceValues on 25 January 2012 - 01:06 PM

Don't mess around with momma vista's sweet potatoes. They're her fav.