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    Bovine milk, too (especially colostrum), though...

    Bovine milk, too (especially colostrum), though to a lesser extent.

    Bovine Milk as a Source of Functional Oligosaccharides for Improving Human Health
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    Zero (or very low) carb seems to be a lot like...

    Zero (or very low) carb seems to be a lot like veganism. It's an extreme sort of diet that can make people feel good for a while, but in the long term a lot of people seem to have problems with it...
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    Some believe that it may reduce the diversity of...

    Some believe that it may reduce the diversity of your gut flora in a way that's not easy to reverse.
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    You don't think 4g is better than 0g when taken...

    You don't think 4g is better than 0g when taken along with some pectin and psyllium and several types of resistant starch?
  5. The idea Michael Phelps isn't fit is nutty. The...

    The idea Michael Phelps isn't fit is nutty. The idea that people who eat lots of cereal grains can't be fit (or even healthy) is nuttier. Have you read Weston Price's chapter on the Swiss in...
  6. Plenty of very fit people, including Olympic...

    Plenty of very fit people, including Olympic and professional athletes, eat many bowls of cereal a day.
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    Xylitol is primal? That seems off. You can...

    Xylitol is primal? That seems off.

    You can make ice cream with honey or maple syrup instead of sugar. It's still a diet-wrecker because it's calorically dense and tastes so good -- it's not too...
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    It is pretty annoying.

    It is pretty annoying.
  9. I agree with you in general, but the ACA is a...

    I agree with you in general, but the ACA is a counterexample, not an example. The Supreme Court held that the ACA is not authorized under the Commerce Clause.
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    I'm going to chime in with a quick summary of my...

    I'm going to chime in with a quick summary of my experience using resistant starch.

    For the last few months, I've made it a point to eat onions, garlic, and cooked-and-cooled potatoes, so I was...
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    I've brewed my own kombucha at home, and I've...

    I've brewed my own kombucha at home, and I've done it without a scoby to start things off. As a starter, I simply used store-bought kombucha and added it to tea and sugar. If motherless kombucha...
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    No particular food is a must. (Except bacon.)

    No particular food is a must. (Except bacon.)
  13. Why I’m Not Dismissing the Latest “Animal Protein...

    Why I’m Not Dismissing the Latest “Animal Protein is Bad” Study (But Not Losing Sleep Over It, Either) | Raw Food SOS

    The Case of the Killer Protein - Perfect Health Diet | Perfect Health Diet
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    I got some Kuzu starch today. I haven't been able...

    I got some Kuzu starch today. I haven't been able to find anything online about its resistant starch content. When I mixed it with water, it dissolved easily and didn't settle back down into a hard...
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    So the obvious solution, which I'm confident that...

    So the obvious solution, which I'm confident that Monsanto is working on, is Roundup-Ready humans. I'm sure I speak for everyone here when I say that I totally trust Monsanto to modify the human...
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    Yeah, "paleo" doesn't mean anything. It's no more...

    Yeah, "paleo" doesn't mean anything. It's no more false advertising to call something "paleo" than it is to say it's "delicious" or a "a fun snack" or whatever.
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    tatertot, when you mention pollen (I saw it in a...

    tatertot, when you mention pollen (I saw it in a comment at Free The Animal), are you talking about bee pollen, or are you talking about eating flowers or something?
  18. I was with you until the last few words. I don't...

    I was with you until the last few words. I don't think there was more selection pressure during the paleolithic than during the neolithic; and in any case, selection pressure is only half the story....
  19. I haven't read the whole thread, so my apologies...

    I haven't read the whole thread, so my apologies if this has already been covered.

    It's pretty well established at this point, I think, that fermented foods have beneficial health effects. You're...
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    Mandates. ;)

    Mandates. ;)
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    Candlestick-makers have been largely phased out...

    Candlestick-makers have been largely phased out by electric lighting, but that's not necessarily a bad thing.

    Bill Gates has done a tremendous amount of good with his charity.

    If he's using his...
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    I was googling around for microbiome stuff and...

    I was googling around for microbiome stuff and came across this list of video presentations of lectures on a bunch of interesting topics:

    Human Microbiome Science: Vision for the Future
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    Exactly right.

    Exactly right.
  24. Vitamins are really small. How much soy could...

    Vitamins are really small. How much soy could there possibly be?
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    I'm on my seventh day of potato starch. After...

    I'm on my seventh day of potato starch. After almost a week of nearly superhuman fart volume, it has slowed down to a trickle. Still waiting for my Prescript Assist and psyllium husks to arrive so I...
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