Article 11. HABITS, CHARACTERISTICS AND LIFE OF ANIMALS

Editors: Rad Komissar, Anna Linde

August 10, 2019

Part 1. INTRODUCTION (renewed on August 11, 2019) 

For more than 50 years now, I have read a lot of information about different diets. Likewise, I’ve read quite a bit about different animals and what they instinctively eat in nature. Mistakenly, I didn’t write any of this information down, thinking it won’t be necessary down the line. Now, I’m having a hard time proving to others what I’ve read a long time ago. I absolutely didn’t expect that modern, sick scientists would request proof of everything, including even the documented evolution of my feces during the raw MFZC diet.

This article isn’t written to discuss sick scientists and experts. This is just information for your pleasure about some of the habits, characteristics, and the life of animals in general. In some cases, you can simply follow some of the habits and behaviors of animals (pictured below) to improve your health. Maybe in the future, I’ll edit this article if I happen to remember other details.

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Part 2. THE HABITS, CHARACTERISTICS AND THE LIFE OF ANIMALS (renewed on August 12, 2019) 

Evolutionally, herbivores, and apes are accustomed to eating plant foods. Carnivores also consume a small number of plants but for a very different reason. There is an exception regarding some plants, including a few toxic ones that have already been used for millions of years by many carnivore animals. They don’t use them as food but in small amounts as a remedy to heal themselves and have better health.

 All lions eat the same type of food. We never observe some lions munching on animals and others indulging in a plant-based diet.

Actually, in general all species of animals eat a solely appropriate type of food intended for them by nature in order to be healthy and normal.

Raw meat, fish and a reasonable amount of pure water apply to every carnivore to thrive on, be super healthy and live without any disease whatsoever.

In nature, carnivorous animals do not drink water during and immediately after food consumption. Usually, carnivores don’t drink too much water even if they are sick and healing.

In the wild, when animals eat their species-appropriate and genetically proper raw food, they live without diseases and age significantly less visibly than humans. The wild animals keep their health, energy, and strength until they die from natural causes.

Dogs can be healed from parasites by eating a raw carnivore diet. 

In nature, wild animals cannot get proper food every single time. Often, their food is contaminated by dirt, dust and various organic remains. Some of them are difficult to digest and assimilate or remove. Also, the immediate environment and the food itself always contains toxins that collect inside the animal’s body to this day. These toxins are surely poisonous or at least damaging to the animals in one way or another. This is precisely why parasites have existed with us since the dawn of time. They help to digest and store or remove some substances including toxins that the animal’s body cannot absorb. If the toxins have accumulated excessively and pose a threat, the body allows parasites to remain and reproduce.

When the number of toxins decreases, the animal’s body starts to remove parasites, using its natural abilities. Some animals use special herbs to help their bodies eliminate parasites. It’s logical to conclude that this symbiosis with parasites has existed for millions of years.

All the cows that produce milk have to be pregnant, whether they are organically raised, fed, etc., or not. It makes absolutely no difference if their milk has added hormones or not since naturally, cow’s milk contains over 60 different hormones without anything being added to it.

Like milk, eggs are also considered hormonal food. On top of that eggs are one of the most bacteria-filled foods. They are laced with salmonella, which is found naturally in chicken intestines. Even those eggs that contain no added hormones, pesticides, are cage-free, organic, free-range, pastured, etc. are still subjected to salmonella and bacteria-filled toxins. Also, eggs are seasonal food and available mostly in the springtime of the Northern Hemisphere.

Carnivores don’t go to solonchaks (saline soil) to lick salt as do herbivores in the wild. They may, however, lick some salt that people left out for herbivores because they’re just hungry. 

Likewise, carnivores don’t drink, suck or intentionally lick blood, especially if they have enough meat. Sometimes they may do it if they’re thirsty or hungry, but this doesn’t mean they need blood for its salt content. 

For millions of years now, wild mammals only drink pure water, separately from food intake which keeps their water circulation normal.

Cattle raised on agricultural landscapes in the fallout region of a metallurgical plant supports that the liver does accumulate significantly higher concentrations of lead, cadmium, copper, zinc, iron, and nickel than muscle meat. Cadmium is very toxic and predominantly accumulates in the kidneys and liver as its rate of elimination from these organs is relatively low. 

Distribution of aflatoxin throughout the animal’s tissues shows that aflatoxin was found in all tissues, but it was concentrated mostly in the kidneys and liver.

All mammals and birds, collect more toxins in their organs due to improper food they sometimes eat and due to environmental pollution.

In wild nature, carnivores never eat as much hormonal food as often as humans do. Some carnivores may eat organs containing hormones first because the organs are softer than the meat with its attached bones and may have a different taste and smell pleasant for them plus organs may give them a temporary hormonal boost. They eat organs in relatively fewer amounts if compared to muscle meat. Carnivores can live quite normally without them at all. 

For many animals, fermented food was always compelling food but not preferable for them. Some carnivores can hide their prey high up in the trees or in the ground by burying it. They do it instinctively because they have a very strong genetically embedded memory of other carnivores eating their prey immediately if they don’t hide it, by leaving it out. Carnivores don’t have the instinct to make rotten meat. They do not require any additional kind of nutrition or toxins from the fermentation of their prey.

Many wild carnivores eat a small number of sour berries (cranberries, barberry, etc.) during the berry season. They eat them not because they are hungry or the sour berries are their food choice. They eat them because sour berries are simply their natural remedy, providing them better health with some benefits. Bears, for example, eat their last in-season cranberries before hibernation to free themselves from internal parasites.

Also wolves, coyotes, foxes, etc. eat cranberries if they have this possibility. 

In fact, wild carnivores have been instinctively consuming a small number of sour berries at least for millions of years, therefore, today this peculiarity is genetically embedded into the carnivore’s makeup in the same way that eating meat and/or fish has been. Usually, they eat the appropriate number of berries which they feel is sufficient for them in order to solve their health problems.

Sometimes, some carnivores may eat bitter and toxic grasses if they harbor numerous parasites. Also, carnivores may eat fruits or sweet berries if they are hungry but they do not eat them as a remedy.

We can see from some experiments with animals, the results of feeding raw and cooked foods under laboratory conditions become readily apparent. It follows that, almost without exception, experimental animals thrive well upon an exclusive diet of raw foods. With general uniformity, they immediately suffer from various forms of deterioration — physical, sexual, and mental — when given various forms of cooked foods. 

It has indeed been shown that members of certain animal species fail to reach maturity and reproduce if sufficient cooked foods are included in their diet. The degree of damage may vary to some degree with different animals. The contrast is clearly observed in all cases.

If the experimental animals are on the same kind of cooked food as human beings, they end up with the same diseases. This is an irrefutable fact that humans and animals have the same reactions to cooked food in spite of their differences in genetics and processes of evolution. Animals can get colds, fever, pneumonia, poor vision, cataracts, heart disease, arthritis, cancer, and many more diseases like humans.

3 thoughts on “Article 11. HABITS, CHARACTERISTICS AND LIFE OF ANIMALS

  1. In France, there is a form of nutrition, called “Chrono-Nutrition®” which is based on the biological rhythms of the human organism, and which would be the application to the modern human being of the thousand-year-old nutrition criteria that civilization made him lose. In this, she would adapt very precisely to the chronobiology of the body.

    Studies by paleontologists show that the primitive human being was a carnivorous frugivore and, governed by his instinctive impulses, followed a daily and seasonal diet that ensured its survival, and was close to that of carnivores. He was hunter and gatherer, conditioned for:

    • Drink at sunrise
    • Hunt and kill prey
    • Eat the offal first (high in fat) then the bowels (filled with predigested plants rich in slow sugars if it were herbivorous animals).
    • After a few hours, eat the muscles (high in protein) after leaving them in the air, wind and sun
    • Picking fruits, seeds or roots at reappearance of appetite.

    He ate fat in the morning, dense at noon, sweet in the afternoon, and did not eat at night (he went to bed early).

    Scientific studies have shown that the secretion of our digestive enzymes supports this dietary pattern:

    • The morning :
    o High secretion of lipases to metabolize the fats that will be used to make cell walls
    o Secretion of proteases in order to metabolize the proteins necessary for the elaboration of cellular structures
    o Insulin secretion and initiation of the use of slow sugars to gradually ensure the transfers.

    • Noon
    o Secretion of proteases and amylases
    o Assimilation of cellular proteins
    o Storage of protein reserves and defense globulins.

    • The afternoon :
    o Appearance of an insulin peak allowing the use of fast and semi-rapid sugars to avoid the destocking of proteins and to compensate for fatigue linked to the functioning of organs.

    • The evening :
    o There is much less digestive secretion, which slows the assimilation of food considerably. The body, attacking its period of cellular restructuring, will no longer be able to metabolize nutritional intake too rich.

    What is your opinion on this?

    Thank you so much !

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    1. It looks like paranoid delusion.
      Paleontologists absolutely don’t know and cannot say the truth about reality during previous thousands of years.

      Anne, don’t trust modern scientists. They can fantasize a lot and make different scientific proving of it in order to have and spend their grants. They can prove everything, just pay more money.

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