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Old 05-04-2013, 02:02 PM   #1
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I read about this on the one on T-nation and thought WTF

Basically it is a form of paleo that emphasizes organ meat. This isn't needed if you will eat your vegetables but if you don't this is a good subsitute. I am actually considering adding some liver and sweetbread to some of my meals to see how it goes. So I guess this is going to be a bit more literal eat everything but the bones.

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I used to eat liver about twice a week due to anemia, hated the taste, but it lent itself well with sauteed onions. It was also good with cold yogurt. Lately I was thinking of adding it back in once a week.. major fan of homemade fried rice variety's with lots of eggs, so that might mask it real well.

Even if you're eating veggies, liver has phenomenal nutrients that surpass veggies, mainly the absurd amounts of vitamin A and don't quote me on it, but a good dose of cholesterol.
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Yeah this article gets into the indocrine glands, lungs, and digestive tract as well. I am quite interested to give some of these a try. Tried beef heart and it was good (not ribeye good though)
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The T-Nation article seems to be rediscovering the wheel. I was scarfing down dessicated liver tablets thirty years ago, and I did that because all the bodybuilders in the Weider mags were taking them. So it's not some great revelation - bodybuilders have always known that liver has loads of nutrients.

On a minor point, I'd like to see TC produce evidence for the claim that animals 'instinctually (sic)' target the stomach and liver because they're high in nutrients. Pure speculation. Maybe they eat those first because those parts are soft and easily accessible, so that if they're disturbed they've already wolfed something down.
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I do not mind liver at all. Cooked up with some sauteed onions and mushrooms, and I could have myself a meal. Wife hates the smell of it though so I rarely get it
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