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    (The Fishy Origins of the Fish Oil Craze: A...

    (The Fishy Origins of the Fish Oil Craze: A widely cited, foundational study does not say what people say it does. By Elizabeth Preston, Does fish oil prevent heart disease? Original Danish Eskimo...
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    "Some cancers may indeed depend on ketone bodies....

    "Some cancers may indeed depend on ketone bodies. Our hypothesis, in fact states that some cancers may be adapted to the effects of carb restriction, including ketosis (i.e. may continue to grow),...
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    My process is the simplest way to "brew" coffee...

    My process is the simplest way to "brew" coffee on the planet. :) Can't say that I notice anything much besides a slight feeling of increased alertness and energy (much less powerful than roasted...
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    The green coffee bean extract pill powders I saw...

    The green coffee bean extract pill powders I saw some time ago were expensive. I too suspect that the whole beans (fruit seeds) would be more benificial than powder extracts. With coffee, I had...
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    Hi John. I'll bet you included raw potato starch...

    Hi John. I'll bet you included raw potato starch in the protocol. While the reports have been mostly positive overall, with some amazingly so, I suspect that RPS is the riskiest of the starch powders...
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    Seeing your comment and smile just caused me to...

    Seeing your comment and smile just caused me to think about your past intelligent contributions and how thankful I am that you are still around. :) Such a nice contrast to the militant wing of...
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    I declare today "Give thanks for TQP day." The...

    I declare today "Give thanks for TQP day." The forum wouldn't be the same without her brilliance, in both wisdom and glittering smile. :)
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    My grassfed beef is actually from a local farm...

    My grassfed beef is actually from a local farm and is the best I have ever seen, and their spring suet is actually soft (and yellow) and melts in my mouth!

    I live in inland New England, far from...
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    Here is a list of some of the foods I currently...

    Here is a list of some of the foods I currently eat, which varies depending on season, availability and cost. I try to consume a wide range of species of both plant and animal foods, so there are...
  10. Yup. What's the joke? ;) LOL In Revelation, the...

    Yup. What's the joke? ;) LOL In Revelation, the Lord rides a white horse, carries a sword, leads a cavalry horde of warriors, isn't yet married in his thirties, has the titles of an Irish High King...
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    Along with corn, nuts and seeds were my most...

    Along with corn, nuts and seeds were my most poorly digested foods, and I seem to be gradually digesting them better now too. Time will tell.
  12. and then things come full circle in Revelation...

    and then things come full circle in Revelation 19:11-16. Sorry, I love irony and surprises and the fact that Jesus is therein revealed to be an Irish High King. ;-) best wishes of this sacred season....
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    I have less meat cravings, but no worse digestion...

    I have less meat cravings, but no worse digestion of meat. My digestion of plant foods is quite improved. I can now eat some corn without it going through me.
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    I see I neglected to mention that I did finally...

    I see I neglected to mention that I did finally go to an eye doctor after I developed a new floater (I wonder whether drinking more coffee that day than ever before had anything to do with...
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    I found another Trader Joe's gem - Trader Joe’s...

    I found another Trader Joe's gem - Trader Joe’s Organic Wild Collected Raw Honey.

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    I had tried the other TJ's raw honeys and found them to taste awful and to give me negative effects, so I...
  16. Much of the rest of the northeast is quite...

    Much of the rest of the northeast is quite different from NYC, especially the rural areas. Some of the New Yorkers I dealt with in one job talked so fast they were difficult to understand, and they...
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    Rather than rely on the claims of diet gurus, I...

    Rather than rely on the claims of diet gurus, I test various foods myself, to find what works for me. I find that some fruits are better tolerated by me than others, and since incorporating more...
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    Interesting, thanks for sharing that. Here's a...

    Interesting, thanks for sharing that. Here's a concerning quote from her at that link:

    "Unfortunately, I also know of a fair number of women who only begin showing symptoms of PCOS when they begin...
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    I think my own view lies somewhere in-between...

    I think my own view lies somewhere in-between Tim's and Dr. BG's (and is probably closer to Tim's). I like seeing info and evidence from all sides of an issue, so I welcome input from both of them,...
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    Trader Joe's (fermented) Japanese Aomori Black...

    Trader Joe's (fermented) Japanese Aomori Black Garlic!
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    Yummy, sweet and soft like figs, with a touch of galic flavor. [But expensive.]
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    yup

    yup
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    I haven't had carb-phobia for years, so I would...

    I haven't had carb-phobia for years, so I would gladly have consumed plenty of cooked "whole" starchy foods years ago, but they only gave me problems, no matter how I tried to incorporate them (and...
  23. Joe Rogan's commentary on Bulletproof coffee was...

    Joe Rogan's commentary on Bulletproof coffee was spot on. I tried BP coffee using Dave's brand. It was OK, but overall it was a waste of time and money. It wasn't as good as some cheaper coffees, I...
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    Did Mark expand on the topic at all or indicate...

    Did Mark expand on the topic at all or indicate that he will be talking more about it?



    Your experience and thoughts on VLC are interestingly similar to my own. I also started out rather gung...
  25. Right, and the long-term solution would appear to...

    Right, and the long-term solution would appear to be to try to improve the GI microbiome, which in turn heals the gut permeability and calms the immune system, rather than to rely forever on antigen...
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