Fun podcast with and Irish fitness dude 🙂


  1. Paraic on November 14, 2018 at 8:41 am

    Found out about you through this! Amazing story, it hit home with me on so many levels (I have asthma, excema and hayfever as well so I just blame everything on them). Looking forward to you book!

  2. Fruit Punch on November 14, 2018 at 1:21 pm

    For a long time The medical establishment has suppressed the hidden knowledge that asthma, excema and hayfever are all caused by Meat Deficiency. A diet low in meat is the number one source of malignant illness and illogical disorders. ‘They’ also lie and tell you vaccines are safe, but they are not since they contain vegetable extracts which stimulate the autoimmune system nespecially in cases of severe malnutrition due to lack of meat in diet.

  3. Chris Harrigan on November 15, 2018 at 12:30 am

    For those who have been on an elimination diet, what are y’alls thoughts on eggs?

    • BEWARE Albumins are mucosal plant toxins! on November 15, 2018 at 11:40 am

      The best egg is fresh balut egg. It is crucial to wait until the beak forms before eating your raw egg. The closer the egg is to animal the farther it gets from nasty vegetable and pathogenic mineral. Nasty vegetable causes parasitic autoimmune generating actinobacteroides accumulation. The vegetable borne pathogen accumulates heavy toxins into the liver’s bile ducts. These Heavy liver toxins can lead to a gangrenous puss eruption and permanent autoimmune bowel disease such as IBS and Crohn’s as the body mortifies and slowly decomposes while living. At this stage of the disease the only option is to auto-cannibalize the dead flesh as it sloughs off. This act of recycling can stave off death for a number of years.

      • Paul Kasnakian on November 27, 2018 at 11:50 am

        In helping others, it certainly pays to proceed on a solid footing. So, it would be helpful to direct the readers to the studies that describe the findings you describe, namely that vegetable borne pathogen accumulates heavy toxins into the liver’s bile duct, which can lead to gangrenous puss eruption. Thanks

  4. charles maguire on November 15, 2018 at 5:57 pm

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