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  1. Thread: Rickets

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    I was taught decades ago that rickets was...

    I was taught decades ago that rickets was primarily a disease caused by lack of sunshine. Later on, they added lack of fish oils and fish to the causes, because rickets didn't affect coastal fish...
  2. OK, there is a record somewhere of an obese young...

    OK, there is a record somewhere of an obese young Scot who who fasted, under medical supervision, for about a year. During that time, he came down from a high of close to 500 lbs., to just under 200...
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    Sounds like the symptoms I get to rice on 2nd and...

    Sounds like the symptoms I get to rice on 2nd and 3rd consecutive days . I am intolerant.
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    Heck from a SO who does the washing? Heheheh

    Heck from a SO who does the washing? Heheheh
  5. Premature headlines always are scarier than the...

    Premature headlines always are scarier than the eventual followup research.:rolleyes:
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    Not cats -procrastination!

    Not cats -procrastination!
  7. So what it boils down to is 1. establish the best...

    So what it boils down to is 1. establish the best environment internally and externally that you can muster. 2. Relax and enjoy being pregnant. Genetics counts for about half; environment counts for...
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    There are inland salmon that live their entire...

    There are inland salmon that live their entire lives in rivers, spawn, then die. But, as Tim says, they must have gotten enough iodine for their needs. Still, I , a daughter of the Goiter Belt, add...
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    Saw the cooled rice article and laughed. Better...

    Saw the cooled rice article and laughed. Better late than never. As for the timing - my rosacea is in a flare right now, and I am not ingesting any form of resistant starch. It's probably the season,...
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    Oxide, I used to use a lot of raw wheat germ in...

    Oxide, I used to use a lot of raw wheat germ in my journey to health. I stopped because, unless fresh and refrigerated immediately after milling, most wheat germ turns rancid within a very short...
  11. Thread: Eating blood??

    by Paysan
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    Even blood and organ banks cannot certify that no...

    Even blood and organ banks cannot certify that no noxious ailments can be transferred via their offerings. I'll pass, thanks.
  12. RE: fecal transplants. It pays to be careful of...

    RE: fecal transplants. It pays to be careful of your sources. Read recently where a woman became obese following the implant, which came from an overweight relative.
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    Want our permission? Sure, go ahead. But the hack...

    Want our permission? Sure, go ahead. But the hack is time limited due to its limited nutrients, and because your body likes to shake things up every so often. If you do try it, make it half-ways...
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    AFAIK, if it's present in the fat, it may show up...

    AFAIK, if it's present in the fat, it may show up in the cream, which means it's present in most cheeses. Grass-fed or entirely pastured dairy cow milk products are the preferable choice, but I can't...
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    But did they find the virgin cod to supply their...

    But did they find the virgin cod to supply their liver oil? Still wondering about original question.
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    The doomsayers are RIGHT! Everything we eat,...

    The doomsayers are RIGHT! Everything we eat, touch or even are near will kill us! AHHHHHHH!
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    What makes you think you can adopt unvaccinated...

    What makes you think you can adopt unvaccinated orphans and keep them that way?
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    Delivering groceries to distant relatives...

    Delivering groceries to distant relatives alleviated a lot of nutritional deficiencies.;-)
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    Don't forget trade. Inland natives carried on...

    Don't forget trade. Inland natives carried on trade with other, more coastal natives with oolichan grease (from fermented smelt-like fish) and dried fish. Archeologists have been stunned to find just...
  20. Thread: Baby Paleo

    by Paysan
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    Hmm, I can see chicken ones being harmful to...

    Hmm, I can see chicken ones being harmful to babies, especially if presented whole. Same with most fruits and veggies.;-) But one would assume that most new moms would have the intelligence to reduce...
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    BTW, A&W in my part of Canada serves beef raised...

    BTW, A&W in my part of Canada serves beef raised w/o hormones or antibiotics. And dairy cows not fed BSE don't have near the health issues requiring antibiotics that the US has. There are also...
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    The Iroquois, who maintained vast fields of corn...

    The Iroquois, who maintained vast fields of corn and other carb sources, went to the seashores for their fish and seafood snacks during the summer, ate deer and smaller wildlife all year round. The...
  23. Newer epi-geneticists aren't so sure that...

    Newer epi-geneticists aren't so sure that Granny's diet isn't affecting us today. Iridologists claim to see inherited issues from past generations' use of drugs in the irides. If drugs can follow...
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    What's a skilled dreamer? As opposed to an...

    What's a skilled dreamer? As opposed to an amateur one?

    One thing that made sense to me was the kind of hallucinatory effects epoxia can have on people. Apparently glowing circles of light are...
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    Thanks, Neckhammer. All these abbreviations...

    Thanks, Neckhammer. All these abbreviations sometimes throw me. When I try a short potato hack, I don't eat proteins other than those found in taters.;-)
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