On a low fat raw vegan diet, a typical athlete will have a resting temperature of around 93 degrees (33.9 °C). (S)he can warm up as much as desired, play as intensely as possible; the true fever will likely never be reached.
Dr. Doug Graham wrote:
I have seen 92 (33.3 °C) degrees, and 93-95 is not uncommon first thing, though 96 (35.6 °C) or so seems to be about the average.
Interesting. Taken in the mouth, or axilla? Anyway, the difference in these 2 methods compared to the big difference 92-96°F between some lfrv and SAD is so small, that it is not important.1. Cold hands
As these people have around 2°C lower the core temperature they surely have lower surface temperature. The sense everybody can notice. Either when touching him/her (for example the arm). Or even when just staying very close to the person - thanks to the infrared waves, and in this case the heat radiated from such a person is obviously lower than from any other object 2 degrees °C warmer, we can feel it with our naked skin, our palms or cheeks etc.
Let’s compare people living in the same climate - for example in the temperate zone like middle or east Europe, now in January with daily max. air temp -5° (23 °F), wearing similar clothing, normally staying or sleeping in the similar warm place, being comparably active, etc.:
What about the relationship between the core temperature and the surface temperature?
Why many of lfrv-s have their hands (and feet) colder than those on a standard diet? Now speaking about lfrvs with their core temperature being very similar to the average.
Why the absolute difference between their core and hand temperature is often so big?
Why do they often have their hand temperature more degrees lower below their core than in the case of those on a standard diet?2. Fever, emergency
What is the limit, when we should start decreasing the body temperature of an ill person? Either by antipyretic chemicals (paracetamol, etc.), or with “cold pack”? 41°C (105,8°F)? 42°C (107,6°F)? What the Natural hygiene teaches?