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    Dr. Davis, author of Wheat Belly, loves raw...

    Dr. Davis, author of Wheat Belly, loves raw potatoes!

    I've eaten them all my life, a slice or two at a time. Very good source of resistant starch.
  2. Oh, that makes a lot more sense! I was in a...

    Oh, that makes a lot more sense! I was in a hurry. So the yeast starts out around 2.5 billion cells per liter, increases to 35 billion, and then drops back down to 2.5 billion.
  3. A description of L. plantarum...

    A description of L. plantarum...



    It's ability to live in a salt bath and low pH is one of its redeeming qualities!

    Out in the cabbage patch, it has to create its own environment. It spews...
  4. Great paper, Neckhammer! L. plantarum is...

    Great paper, Neckhammer!

    L. plantarum is definitely the workhorse behind most fermented cabbage and cucumber concoctions (pickles, sauerkraut, kimchi, etc...). Isn't it bizarre that it doesn't...
  5. There are only minimal, environmental levels of...

    There are only minimal, environmental levels of "probiotics" in fermented food.

    http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-uWZQaJcSlV4/UM0jfWkdTDI/AAAAAAAAAXQ/Ib6v4KmWulc/s1600/SG+vs+cell+count.png

    This is...
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    I did a week of beans last winter. The weight...

    I did a week of beans last winter. The weight loss was the same as potatoes. But, I found eating beans to be very hard. I was just eating cooked beans, spiced up a bit, but without all the...
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    I think it's great you are experimenting. Not...

    I think it's great you are experimenting. Not sure what your goals are, fat loss I presume.

    When you finally settle in on a long-range plan, what I found, is that using the potato diet 3-5 days...
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    Sweet potatoes have almost no RS. Strangely,...

    Sweet potatoes have almost no RS. Strangely, sweet potato starch itself is very high in RS, but a sweet potato has very little starch.

    My best bets to get RS in real foods: Potatoes, rice and...
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    What a perfect day to lurk! I guess I had...

    What a perfect day to lurk!

    I guess I had boobies on my mind today.

    Every Baby needs a Sugar Mama

    Have a read...amazing stuff in those beautiful orbs.

    Here's a cool factoid:
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    18116 You know. If you oven-baked the fries...

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    You know. If you oven-baked the fries and used better cheese, there is no reason you couldn't eat this every day. Even frying the potatoes in coconut oil or bacon fat. Maybe not ideal for...
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    Hey, Nikkipie - Let us know how it goes! I'm...

    Hey, Nikkipie - Let us know how it goes! I'm planning a week of potatoes soon. I really like the idea of "intermittent potato dieting" as you described. The weight losses may not seem impressive...
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    Hey, go try again. I changed some settings...

    Hey, go try again. I changed some settings around.
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    Pamela - Great to hear my suggestion worked! ...

    Pamela - Great to hear my suggestion worked! I've been writing a series on different fibers besides potato starch on my blog this past week, and what's funny, the more research I do, and the more I...
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    This is ground-breaking territory, John...how...

    This is ground-breaking territory, John...how does it feel to be a pioneer? I have heard reports from several SAD eaters that they like what RS does to their digestion.




    That's a good...
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    No, that study does not really apply here. ...

    No, that study does not really apply here. Probably if you do the potato hack, the success or failure has little to do with the chlorogenic acid. I think what the study implies is that a company...
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    Here's the full text of the potato peel extract...

    Here's the full text of the potato peel extract paper. The "magic" is the chlorogenic acid. This guy loves his Chlorogenic Acid, too!

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    Here's the full paper...

    Here's the full paper if you like to see. The 'magic' is mostly chlorogenic acid. I think this is just another one of those instances where it will not produce results in actual people. So many...
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    I hate to spam you with my blog, but I helped...

    I hate to spam you with my blog, but I helped conduct an experiment in RS that was one year in the making. A family of four, all healthy, no recent antibiotics use. They each took a set dose of...
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    I don't think chlorinated water effects our gut...

    I don't think chlorinated water effects our gut flora much, but chlorinated water may be much more harmful in other ways, on a large scale:

    Should auld acquaintance be forgot...



    I think...
  21. Hey BestBetter! I love the 23andMe testing,...

    Hey BestBetter!

    I love the 23andMe testing, did one myself and have no real standout problems. One that I learned about is a mutation of the FUT2 gene. A common mutation means that your gut...
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    As much as I like her advice on SIBO related...

    As much as I like her advice on SIBO related issues, I think that Dr. BG has taken a bit of a near-sighted view of the importance of a wide-range of prebiotic fibers and their effect on the human...
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    I'm about 4 years to the month. Started out...

    I'm about 4 years to the month. Started out full-blown metabolic syndrome, 45 year old dude with huge belly and a stack of prescriptions. My first 6 months were really strict low carb, primal...
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    I think Dr BG is correct in recommending folks...

    I think Dr BG is correct in recommending folks who have serious SIBO should stay away from potato starch, but they should also stay away from a lot of things.

    If you can follow Dr BG's logic and...
  25. I think it could potentially work, but there are...

    I think it could potentially work, but there are some problems with it. One is that bacteria can live in biofilms when food is scarce, so if there is an overabundance of pathogens to begin with,...
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