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    It's a safe source of starch and a delicious...

    It's a safe source of starch and a delicious vehicle for various Asian dishes. Plus it spares the liver from going to the trouble of gluconeogenesis when eaten after activity.
  2. Thread: Carb load

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    Er ... ooh let me think. I'm not starving myself....

    Er ... ooh let me think. I'm not starving myself. I can maintain on 2500-3000 cals a day and have more muscle than most men of my height who are half my age. Also my waist size is less than most...
  3. I believe that humans are optimally designed for...

    I believe that humans are optimally designed for stamina in low-level cardio, i.e. ability to cover large distances mostly at walking pace or a slow running pace. Our ability to sprint cf most other...
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    I'd suggest a variety of hooping moves for...

    I'd suggest a variety of hooping moves for improving flexibility (and coordination). If you use a weighted hoop they will help build up strength too. For example:

    Hoop Tips & Tricks: Backwards...
  5. I agree with Omni. I function best when my body...

    I agree with Omni. I function best when my body is running on dual fuel. It prefers a little more fat than glucose.
  6. Currently using Arcadia EVOO, product of organic...

    Currently using Arcadia EVOO, product of organic farming, cold extraction.

    Product of Greece.
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    Yeah overpopulation exists. I experienced that...

    Yeah overpopulation exists. I experienced that living in central London.

    I moved away for a better quality of life around 11 years ago.
  8. Thread: Carb load

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    If you haven't rendered yourself insulin...

    If you haven't rendered yourself insulin resistant through poor diet choices in the past, moderate safe starch is your friend. End of.
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    The value of gycaemic index is not difficult to...

    The value of gycaemic index is not difficult to grasp. It's an old idea that's been around for at least a couple of decades.
  10. Thread: Flu shots

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    Ha ha. I see no reason to disagree on everything....

    Ha ha. I see no reason to disagree on everything.

    I respect passionate people.

    I'm sure we'd all be up for exchanging cigarettes with other opinionated people on a Christmas Day truce.
  11. Thread: Carb load

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    That doesn't surprise me. Starch is useful for...

    That doesn't surprise me. Starch is useful for gaining strength, as it supports building and maintaining muscle. Primal for inactive people is essentially a starch elimination diet because primal...
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    Yes piggie, I'm a female bunny :-) I agree...

    Yes piggie, I'm a female bunny :-)

    I agree that lower carb eating according to Primal Blueprint works well for leptin reset and accelerating fat loss for those with a lot of stubborn fat left to...
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    I ditched the scales about 5 months ago. Used...

    I ditched the scales about 5 months ago.

    Used to be up to 6 lbs. But like sbhikes my weight could fluctuate by several pounds a day regardless depending on my dietary intake.

    My most rapid...
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    +1 for that potato and lemon combo. A yummy...

    +1 for that potato and lemon combo.

    A yummy potato salad recipe:

    Boil some peeled potatoes with plenty of salt.

    Drain potatoes, lay out on a board and squeeze a liberal quantity of lemon...
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    I have been reprimanded by an ex-partner for...

    I have been reprimanded by an ex-partner for shouting 'This is better than sex' on a roller-coaster ride in Germany. Apparently because the German for this is not so far off the English.

    Is it...
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    Sugar more accessible than bungee jumping or sex?...

    Sugar more accessible than bungee jumping or sex?

    I guess we should count our blessings when both are more accessible than sugar.

    Of course this is dependent on the quality of the bungee...
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    My take is - interesting post - yes our phenotype...

    My take is - interesting post - yes our phenotype is very dynamic and I believe we have the power to shape it when we invest effort in doing so. I would become depressed rather quickly if I resigned...
  18. Thread: Flu shots

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    Excellent, sensible, pragmatic post. Vaccines...

    Excellent, sensible, pragmatic post.

    Vaccines also contain a bunch of foreign DNA, usually including monkey retroviruses plus antibiotic resistance genes, the latter being ubiquitous as markers in...
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    Our metabolisms are a product of our...

    Our metabolisms are a product of our gene-environment interaction. This interaction is complex and is a hot topic in epidemiology.

    Our behaviours cannot alter our genotype but they can alter some...
  20. Thread: Flu shots

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    Immunizations for trivial viruses.

    Immunizations for trivial viruses.
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    Hi. Thanks. Certainly no plank progress to boast...

    Hi. Thanks. Certainly no plank progress to boast about recently. But yay, I'm eating more resistant starch. Mostly cooked bananas and white potatoes, and it feels good. Just gotta keep it up.
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    Knifegill's point was engineered weakening of our...

    Knifegill's point was engineered weakening of our gene pool on a scale never seen before, including those 98% of all species that have become extinct.
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    Apparently so. And there was I thinking that PB...

    Apparently so. And there was I thinking that PB rejected CW low-calorie dieting.
  24. Thread: Dairy

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    I lost a lot of fat while gaining muscle eating...

    I lost a lot of fat while gaining muscle eating around 150-200 g full-fat goat's/sheep's cheese and moderate amounts of butter daily. Averaged approx 2500 cals a day - I created an average calorie...
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    I doubt that Mark would describe himself as a...

    I doubt that Mark would describe himself as a low-carb fundamentalist.

    It's not populated by low-carb fundamentalists. There's an attempt by low-carb fundamentalists to dominate the forum. That...
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