Article 15. OBTAINING THE OPTIMAL MINIMUM QUANTITY OF FOOD AND THE FINAL UPDATES OF ALL THE ELEMENTS IN MY DIET

Editors: Rad Komissar, Anna Linde

February 01, 2020

Part 1. Obtaining The Optimal Minimum Quantity Of Food (renewed on February 02, 2020)

At present a truthful common expression ‘listen to your body’ doesn’t work properly if you are under influence of cooked, fermented or hormonal food, supplements, beverages, medicines, drugs, etc.  

Also at present, many people have lost their natural ability to feel satiated — the signal telling them they are full and had enough to eat. These people cannot stop eating, overeat, and feel unwell as a consequence. Therefore, it’s better to determine the optimal minimum quantity of food with which you don’t lose or gain too much weight. The eating until you’re full can be the wrong approach at this time especially if you are still healing.

Determining the optimal minimum quantity of food may take quite a long time. But it’s well worth it because this measure of food will better serve you to maintain optimal balance in the body and brain if, of course, you also eat proper food and don’t eat improper food.

This optimal balance in the body and brain will make you feel great, light and pretty fast with everyday reaction time and thinking. In contrast, if you eat more than necessary, you may feel better satiated but heavy and slow with your reaction time and thinking. You have two choices in life — either you eat to live, or you live to eat.

In general, the optimal minimum quantity of food is a number chosen by you between the maximum and minimum limits related to your weight. If you are obese or too skinny, it’s better to change weight gradually. Also this measure of food can vary depending on the physical, emotional and mental load you may have.

Part 2. The FINAL UPDATES Of All The Elements In My Diet (renewed on July 05, 2020)

IN August 2019, I found my optimal minimum quantity of meat and fish for my relatively low physical activity. I eat twice per day, about 350g of fresh meat at noon and 150-200g of defrosted fish, and 250-300g of fresh meat in the evening. At this time, I consume fat rib steaks and the wild-caught Arctic or BC sockeye salmon bought at Costco.

Also I drink distilled water up to 1-1,5 liters a day and cranberry juice.

I have fewer bowel movements now (about one every 1-2 days) because I eat less food. Also, I have less gas because I drink cranberry juice and I have a bit more of a difficult time initiating bowel movements but it’s not constipation. This is simply a reaction of my intestines to cranberry juice. This reaction depends on the number of cranberries in the juice. Other people might experience a different reaction and some people don’t have this reaction at all (See part 3 in Article 10).

FROM the beginning of October 2019 to the present time I drink cranberry juice (about 30g cranberries in approximately 150 ml of distilled water) 1 or 2 times a day: — 0.5-3 hours or more before my meat meal at noon and 20-30 minutes before the fish meal and meat meal in the evening (if I drink the juice 2 times).

If I feel thirsty, I may drink approximately 30-50 ml of distilled water before and after I drink the juice.

It’s better if you check cranberries and remove visibly damaged and spoiled berries right before using the cranberries to prepare the juice.

My weight doesn’t fluctuate and I feel great every day.

FROM the beginning of November 2019 to the present time I started to use fresh not frozen organic cranberries (see more about organic cranberries in part 2 of Article 10). I bought fresh organic cranberries in about 100 plastic not vacuum sealed small packages 227g each. I use about 2 packages every week if I drink 2 times a day every day the cranberry juice that is fresh prepared from 30-35g of organic not frozen cranberries in approximately 150 ml of distilled water. Now I drink the juice 20-40 minutes before I eat my meat or fish meal.

If I feel thirsty, I may drink approximately 30-50 ml of distilled water before and after I drink the juice.

It will be about 1 year of drinking the juice from fresh not frozen cranberries until the next season of cranberries. I hope that the low near freezing temperature in my fridge (see more in part 1 of Article 9) will allow me to keep the fresh cranberries the whole year in spite of periodic cutting-outs of electricity. I already experienced one day each the cutting-out of electricity 2 times. But these didn’t spoil the cranberries in the fridge.

In general you also may use the low near freezing temperature in your fridge to keep other food fresh for a significantly longer time.

FROM November 2019 until nowadays, keeping cranberries in the fridge works quite good. There are no tracks of mold or decomposing of the cranberries in the packages. I keep the packages in the fridge boxes and in the store bags to decrease air circulation around them.

Every time I check and sort cranberries right before using them. Usually they can have a few percents of damaged or/and spoiled soft cranberries which I remove and don’t use. Healthy fresh cranberries don’t have spoiled soft spots.

I expect that the amount of damaged and spoiled soft cranberries will be gradually increasing but I hope this amount will not become too big.

Juice from not frozen cranberries is more energizing and better tasting than from previously frozen cranberries. See 2 pictures below:

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FROM the beginning of December to the nowadays I made some changes in my morning and evening meals.

Now I eat about 350-450g portions of strip sirloin per meat meal. I cut them as usual into ½-inch, bite-sized pieces right before eating. They are not too fat like rib steaks I ate before.  See 3 pictures below:

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Also now I don’t eat a evening meat meal on the days when I eat a evening fish meal. I eat 300-400g of fat BC sockeye wild caught unfrozen  salmon every second day, (Arctic frozen sockeye salmon is not selling in BC now). See a picture below:

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FROM the beginning of January 2020 to the present time I stopped drinking distilled water after my evening meal of meat or fish in a few hours before I go to sleep. I just didn’t want to drink and actually raw meat or fish contains quite enough of its own water.

Also I decreased the amount of cranberries to 20g in approximately 180 ml of distilled water. This proportion didn’t decrease the quality of my sleep or flexibility of my joints but it made the initiating of bowel movements much easier.

Moreover this proportion confirms that cranberries are more remedy than food and their amount should be chosen for everybody experimentally, gradually and very carefully.

FROM the beginning of April 2020 to the present time I eat boneless leg meat of grass fed lamb and don’t eat beef at all. I eat every day about 600-650 grams of  lamb as a separate morning meal and 350-450 grams of wild caught fat frozen salmon as a separate evening meal (i.e. no meat in the evenings). 

Eating grass fed lamb instead of beef gave me some benefits. My night hours of  sleeping decreased to 4-5 hours. Before they were 6-7 hours. I simply don’t want to sleep more at night time, but some days I may sleep about an hour in the day time. Also my desire to do things was increased.

The reasons for my positively changed health condition may be:

a) I stopped to eat commercial beef that often can contain antibiotics and artificial hormones.

b) Lamb meat can be more suitable for me genetically.

c) Health and quality of meat of herbivorous animals eating grass is better than when they eat grains.

I didn’t test  grass fed beef due to its relatively high price. Also I cannot recommend this diet to everybody. For many people grass fed beef can be definitely better.

Actually it is always better to eat grass fed cows than the commercial cows that ate genetically modified food and may be full of antibiotics and hormones. 

I continue to drink distilled water 1-1.5 litres a day and drink cranberry juice with the amount of cranberries 20g in approximately 180 ml of distilled water 2 times a day 20-30 minutes before my meals.

If I make any further changes in my diet, I will renew the part 1 or/and 2 of Article 15 and you will know about it by the renewed date here and on the homepage of the blog for Article 15.

8 thoughts on “Article 15. OBTAINING THE OPTIMAL MINIMUM QUANTITY OF FOOD AND THE FINAL UPDATES OF ALL THE ELEMENTS IN MY DIET

      1. How do you drink it? Small sips over a longer time or like 300 ml at once? Also how long before and after meals? I have a feeling that too drinking spring water causes me diarrhea but Im not sure. Could also be too much fat that I cant digest. What is your ratio of fats to protein in grams? I aim for 2g fat to 1g protein and I achieve that by eating raw lamb or beef fat trimmings. I really need to fix this diarrhea I am raw carnivore (fish and meat) since 1,5 months and had constant diarrhea. Really frustrating. But otherwise I love your diet yuri!

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        1. You didn’t read articles of the blog very carefully if you ask these kinds of questions. So I’ll not answer your questions. Find the answers in the blog by yourself and follow them, Don’t be lazy, passive and inert.

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          1. Conducting experiments (especially long term) with the food you eat, liquids you drink or the air you inhale can be very dangerous and harmful if they are not species-appropriate and genetically suitable for human consumption.

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          2. You are right. I found the answers on the blog. It seems you eat more grams of protein than fat, which seems more natural since animals in nature arent that fatty. I followed the PKD-protocoll which recommends a 2:1 – fat:protein-ratio thats why I asked. Also a lot of carnivores recommend eating high fat. What is your opinion on that? What do you think of other sorts of berries? Do you plan any experiments on them? I dont have access to cranberries right now.

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