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    I remember hearing about this earlier last year...

    I remember hearing about this earlier last year when the qualifying first came to Denver, but this is the first year I've watched much of it. Definitely entertaining and motivating.

    There have...
  2. I'll second this recommendation. I recently got...

    I'll second this recommendation. I recently got blindsided by a horrible episode of back spasms - paralyzing pain, 911/ambulance etc. The main underlying causes seem to be related to pelvic alignment...
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    Received my copy yesterday, and first impressions...

    Received my copy yesterday, and first impressions are that it's easily and obviously worth the Amazon price. High quality printing, color photos, and my initial skim through and read of the first few...
  4. I was recently made aware of 'Fitness 666' from a...

    I was recently made aware of 'Fitness 666' from a post in another thread which is another bodyweight routine that I think merits consideration. They're all similar in that they use progressions, but...
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    Bit of a late reply, but another thanks for the...

    Bit of a late reply, but another thanks for the pointer to the Foundation Training material. I picked up the Kindle book, and then quickly followed with the downloadable videos. Very good stuff, and...
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    FWIW, for those worried about pasteurizing the...

    FWIW, for those worried about pasteurizing the eggs, my wife makes mayo using egg beaters/egg substitute. You can get brands that are basically just pasteurized egg whites without extra crap. She's...
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    Well, the initial verdict is in,...

    Well, the initial verdict is in, and..........it's OK. Angels did not appear from on high singing 'Hallelujah', but it's a decent Pale Ale. I'd have to do a back to back to be sure, but I don't...
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    Potentially exciting - 'Omission Beer'

    When we go down to our mini-cabin in the Colorado foothills, we indulge in beer among other minor sins. Up till now, the 'New Planet' Off-Grid pale ale has been my choice for the best gluten-free...
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    I'll definitely have to look for these. When we...

    I'll definitely have to look for these. When we cave for 'chips' at the moment it's the 'popchips' which aren't steller.

    The 'inka' chips are possibly even better - sweet potato or cassava fried...
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    From the FAQ on the Great Lakes site, they claim...

    From the FAQ on the Great Lakes site, they claim that nutritionally they're equivalent. I can't personally say one way or another, as our first can is still in transit.
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    You might consider this one instead -...

    You might consider this one instead - http://www.amazon.com/Great-Lakes-Gelatin-Collagen-Green/dp/B005KG7322/ref=pd_sim_gro_2. This version doesn't 'gel', and so is more appropriate for making broth...
  12. FWIW this does seem to agree with Peat's...

    FWIW this does seem to agree with Peat's metabolism-boosting plan, although it's not as extreme as his "milk and OJ" diet. His claim seems to be that fructose accelerates metabolism compared to...
  13. Sounds good! GMO Soy Burgers for everyone!...

    Sounds good! GMO Soy Burgers for everyone! Nothing says 'modern world' better than industrially produced vegan delights!
  14. No disagreement there - observation trumps all....

    No disagreement there - observation trumps all. However, given how far wrong we've gone in many ways ostensibly based on 'the science', I don't think it's radical to say that appearances can be...
  15. It's not a question of 'importance', it's a...

    It's not a question of 'importance', it's a question of role/function.

    To make the logic more explicit......

    If burning fat is 'stressful' but burning sugar isn't, then that would imply that...
  16. I have been through most of this thread, and some...

    I have been through most of this thread, and some stuff on Dean Roddy's site and Peat's as well. It intrigues me a bit since I think that thyroid might be the 1 thing that isn't working fantastically...
  17. This is infuriating, but the cynical side of me...

    This is infuriating, but the cynical side of me isn't surprised. Open access to information is always going to come under assault one way or another. For the primal/paleo community, it's either going...
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    Hmmmm, recipe and/or pointers?

    Hmmmm, recipe and/or pointers?
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    Does anyone here trying CT have Raynauds? I...

    Does anyone here trying CT have Raynauds? I think my Raynauds has gotten a bit worse since going primal (~16 mos at this point). The idea that CT can reset the body's thermal expectations and...
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    Interesting perspectives. I still think Primal is...

    Interesting perspectives. I still think Primal is more expensive than what we were doing before, although I'm not entirely sure I was accurately accounting for lunches out. We probably spend ~1200/mo...
  21. Thread: Testosterone

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    So, what is the course of action when most of...

    So, what is the course of action when most of this is being followed pretty well, but T levels are still low?

    I'm 45, Primal/PHD for about 16 months, and for the most part it 'just works' for me....
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    Well, IMHO this is exactly the wrong way to go....

    Well, IMHO this is exactly the wrong way to go. Generally, if people have problems with dairy it's the milk solids, not the fat. Lactose/whey/casein seem to be problematic for a variety of reasons....
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    I have both the Trail Glove and the Tough glove,...

    I have both the Trail Glove and the Tough glove, and love both of them. I wear the tough glove to work with no problems in a workplace which is probably close to 'Casual Friday' on all days.

    On...
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    That is an interesting article. Now that I seem...

    That is an interesting article. Now that I seem to be (knock on wood) finally leaving a hip injury behind, I'm hoping to increase my BW training. Lots to build up to, but I'll probably never get...
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    Surprised nobody has brought up the restaurant...

    Surprised nobody has brought up the restaurant analogy yet. You know
    "I wonder why the restaurant is so crowded today?"
    "Well, because there are more people arriving than there are leaving".

    The...
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