Happy, do you notice any differences when using your grounding mats? I tried once to ground myself at night with a copper wire and i could seriously feel energy flowing. It was a pain though so i stopped, always considering buying grounded bed sheets.
[QUOTE=J. Stanton;1078713]Not if they make you feel terrible. This board has been overrun by a small number of potato evangelists who feel compelled to tell everyone, in every thread, that potatoes are the solution to all dietary problems, despite the large and growing number of contrary reports of bloating, gas, weight gain, and crazy blood sugar spikes.
Frankly, I'm baffled. It's starting to look like Raw Vegan Land, where if you can't thrive on a fruit-only diet, you're either doing it wrong or it's your fault.
Hint: not everyone's metabolism is the same. A slim, healthy young male looking to lose 10-15 pounds of subcutaneous vanity fat does not have the same metabolic and hormonal environment as a post-menopausal woman who has already lost 100+ pounds on VLC.
If you're literally looking to lose [i]three pounds,[/i] just do the Egg Diet -- eat only eggs for a week.[/QUOTE]
If you can't stop to consider how [b]10 freaking years[/b] of avoiding starch can disrupt the gut's ability to process it, I don't see how you can expect to be taken seriously as a diet & health guru.
[QUOTE=Zach;1079738]Happy, do you notice any differences when using your grounding mats? I tried once to ground myself at night with a copper wire and i could seriously feel energy flowing. It was a pain though so i stopped, always considering buying grounded bed sheets.[/QUOTE]
I wish I could say I do! I'm sure that it works well for some people, but I don't notice a difference. Having my bare feet in the grass does have a noticeable effect though!