It seems my wife has recovered somewhat from her B12 vitamin deficiency. She said she is 95% up, but at the same time she thought about it and she did go to the gym today, so that must be a good sign. I make sure she gets a daily dose of either raw liver or raw clams. This lunch she had some seared liver. But this dinner time I made raw beef liver pate by blending raw beef liver with red onions. I noticed she likes raw liver pate and she can eat a lot of it too. Noticed she likes raw beef liver than clams. But I’ll go ahead and buy clams tomorrow just so there’s no monotony.
The children were commenting at the dinner table while their mom was happily eating the raw liver pate that she has turned over to the raw side just like daddy… and rightly so, she’s well now isn’t she? And it’s not the B12 shot that will sustain her, it is a change to a better diet with raw organ meat. Today I fed the children quite a lot of liver. This morning some liver ceviche, this evening 1 cube each of raw liver and a teaspoon of raw beef liver pate.
Add to those raw organs my wife has been eating, I’ve been diligent in giving her raw bone marrow almost every day. My technique is to boil the beef bones in a large pot. That soup is served hot, then the raw bone marrow which has been saved in the refrigerator is defrosted in her hot soup which she likes eating. Well, it is probably a little cooked in the soup, but we healers need to compromise.
Yesterday Sunday I was in Tagaytay at the Mahogany market, home of the famous Batangas beef and I found the most gorgeous raw beef liver. Had that raw beef liver with the raw meat for breakfast yesterday with fellow raw paleo dieter E. Top quality liver. Thanks beef!
What I have noticed with my diligent serving of raw liver and clams is that I am energized as well. I just keep going and going and going. Seems that info in nutritiondata.self.com about B12 content is true. B12 vitamins are abundant in organs and whole animals. So eat small fish like dilis, or dulong, or clams, or oysters and liver and kidneys. My wife does not like kidneys so I’ve shelved that for now. She did eat dulong seared with scrambled egg one day. I had raw dulong with raw duck egg. Delicious.
My recent experience with B12 supplementing with real food is “eat some raw organ meat daily and let the energy flow!”