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    Multivitamins typically only have plant-form...

    Multivitamins typically only have plant-form vitamin-A so the equivalent to *real* vitamin A may be but a small fraction of that 10,000IU anyway...
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    I don't know either way, but there are good...

    I don't know either way, but there are good strains and bad strings of E.Coli and Streptocaccus. The E.Coli in your stomach is good, but you don't want cow's E.Coli. The streptocaccus in yogurt...
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    Vitamin A from plants and from Animal sources are...

    Vitamin A from plants and from Animal sources are *not* the same thing. Vitamin A from plants is in the form of carotenes and they are poorly converted into the real form of Vitamin A that the body...
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    Well if you really want to play at nit picking......

    Well if you really want to play at nit picking...

    "salt" is a chemical term that includes way more than NaCL. KCl and MgCl are also "salt".
    If you refer to "table salt" it is still inaccurate to...
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    Anyone that says all salt is the same really...

    Anyone that says all salt is the same really doesn't know what is in "salt" particularly "table salt".

    "Table salt" includes generous quantities of processed fillers such as dextrose or silicon...
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    This thread has jumped the shark. I can only...

    This thread has jumped the shark. I can only guess that it is the personalities involved that kept it going this long. The one thing that saddens me is to see simple but direct questions treated as...
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    Read this thread on paleohacks which, amongst...

    Read this thread on paleohacks which, amongst other things (such as debunking the study), also include links to all of the great bloggers of the paleo world who also debunked the study.

    Recent...
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    Got a good recipe for this ? Not to thread-jack...

    Got a good recipe for this ? Not to thread-jack this, you can post in the primal recipes forum and let me know :) Thanks!
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    You haven't provided any reliable information on...

    You haven't provided any reliable information on this topic. And quite frankly, you won't accept truth even it someone is hitting you with it. Whether its Loren Cordain's work, or Gary Taubes (avoid...
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    Diatom, actually, those same studies DO show meat...

    Diatom, actually, those same studies DO show meat prevents cancer, because it is all how the numbers are spun. What you call emotional discrediting is in reality smart people looking at the same data...
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    Breadsauce, did you ever get your experiment with...

    Breadsauce, did you ever get your experiment with pressure cooker going?

    I am tempted to try slow cooker this time, because I have bad luck with stock pots - I suspect because I use too much water...
  12. Well, I measured my height perhaps a dozen times...

    Well, I measured my height perhaps a dozen times over a period of 2 months or so, varied times of the day, before it was measured by a health professional, there was no variation in height; this was...
  13. Has anyone lost, then regained, an inch or more of height? I have!

    Prior to going primal, lets start a few years before primal - I was 5'8-1/2 inches tall.

    I don't know when I started losing height, nor why, but a few months before primal, I noticed, and measured...
  14. He says he is paleo, but one thing is clear about...

    He says he is paleo, but one thing is clear about our ancestors: regardless of their ratio calories from animals vs plant starches, whenever they ate animal proteins, they ate large amounts of animal...
  15. Same here, lost 50 lbs and kept it off starting...

    Same here, lost 50 lbs and kept it off starting the day with lots of bacon and eggs. Keep in mind, captaineight is a contrarian troll to the paleo community who seemingly pops up once a year to...
  16. It is very rare one hears of someone having such...

    It is very rare one hears of someone having such a reaction to beef. Could it be that you have a rare food intolerance to beef? Not sure you can generalize your reaction to a large population since...
  17. You raise good points, but I wonder if they...

    You raise good points, but I wonder if they didn't control for combined multiples of the variables above. For example, maybe they controlled for alcohol by itself, but did they control for an entire...
  18. I would agree. There have been studies showing...

    I would agree. There have been studies showing that the higher mortality from eating processed read meats basically disappeared back into the noise whenever people ate high amounts of fiber.
  19. Ok I almost called you out (well I did but I am...

    Ok I almost called you out (well I did but I am editing it out :) but you made a good point The study never once mentions grain fed beef or omegas PUFAS, however, you could make the case that the...
  20. Based on more information from the study, it...

    Based on more information from the study, it appears to be an unhealthy lifestyle of smoking, lack of exercise, and high weight that also happens to coincidentally include red meat that causes the...
  21. Thanks I was about to post this! This is the...

    Thanks I was about to post this! This is the major confounder of the study - and what is really the cause of dying of heart disease of cancer? Smoking, being overweight, or not exercising? Does the...
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    Your husband is closer to the mark than you are....

    Your husband is closer to the mark than you are. Flax may not be the worst of the seeds out there, but it still has alot in common. And as Tealia pointed out, even the benefits it supposedly provides...
  23. Pressure cooker broth - how long can it go?

    I just started experimenting with making broth in the pressure cooker. Basically all instructions I could find in books and on the net say to go one hour. Has anyone gone longer successfully to wring...
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    Trigs look good. Surprised a carb addict can have...

    Trigs look good. Surprised a carb addict can have trigs that low. Carbs usually feed into high trigs.
    But the HDL is not high enough. High HDL correlates positively to protection against heart...
  25. You are right, I did take note of feelings of...

    You are right, I did take note of feelings of exhaustion rather than invincibility ;) So I am inclined it is anxiety induced from stress as well...
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