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    Healthy humans can can easily do high or low...

    Healthy humans can can easily do high or low carb, if your restricted to one or the other then it is a good sign that somthings not quite right with your health.
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    Mikee5, If missing your daily sugar dose sent...

    Mikee5,
    If missing your daily sugar dose sent you into a tailspin, then your health was shot long before you even knew what low carb was.
  3. Already in discussion:...

    Already in discussion:
    http://www.marksdailyapple.com/forum/thread103302.html
    http://www.marksdailyapple.com/forum/thread103342.html

    Same old story, dodgy science.......
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    IF is a good litmus test of health. If you...

    IF is a good litmus test of health.

    If you cannot do a decent fast without emotional or physical trauma, then it most likely indicates a variety of underlying health issues.
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    The trick to grocery shopping is knowing what you...

    The trick to grocery shopping is knowing what you need,
    for that you need to know what you will cook,
    for that you need recipies and/or experience.

    As it sounds like you are starting out in all...
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    My sentiments, though I think everyone is over...

    My sentiments,
    though I think everyone is over the CICO debates, the same dogma with nothing new.
  7. Please elaborate, Homo Sapiens vs who, which time...

    Please elaborate, Homo Sapiens vs who, which time periods?

    Who would argue domestic dogs are more intelligent than wolves?,
    yes they are easier to train, but that in no way makes them more...
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    So why did they need to be photoshopped if they...

    So why did they need to be photoshopped if they looked so good?

    Most of those publicity shots are just abberant, whether they are photoshopped or not, nothing there to aspire or inspire.
  9. Thread: Milk and Mood

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    The facts may be right but the conclusions drawn...

    The facts may be right but the conclusions drawn can often be dubious.

    As for thread and milk,
    It's the liquid version of wheat.

    It effects may range from acute to chronic, overt to covert, it...
  10. Sounding like raw vegan, borderline fruity.

    OK now I'm confused. Your other posts are anti-meat and anti-protein. Now you're anti-wheat and advocating "real food." Real food like... what? There's much not food left over for you to approve...
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    How's your menstral cycle history, consistant,...

    How's your menstral cycle history, consistant, missed any periods?
    Have you checked thyroid hormone levels (TSH, FT4, FT3)?
    Have you run standard bloods to identify any obvious deficiencies?

    As...
  12. Pemmican was one way to keep both meat and fat in...

    Pemmican was one way to keep both meat and fat in the mix....
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    I suppose the issue is of cherrypicking one...

    I suppose the issue is of cherrypicking one aspect of youth like elevated heart rate and corrolating that to all other conditions of youth, there is no evidence that I'm aware of that shows that an...
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    Just had a look around, found this on Danny...

    Just had a look around,
    found this on Danny Roddy's (Peat follower) blog:
    Becoming Stress Proof Part IV: Ray Peat's Generative Energy, Pulse & Body Temperature


    So the idea is to emulate...
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    No activity, resting heart rate, It's primarily...

    No activity, resting heart rate,
    It's primarily a Ray Peat philosophy as far as I'm aware, don't know what the basis is.

    My rate has always been low, normally sits in low 50's, has just gone up...
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    Yes, you got the keto thing right. As for the...

    Yes, you got the keto thing right.

    As for the advice you have been given, I am not so sure is totally right for you.

    There are two things that everyone agrees independantly increase "insulin...
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    Paleo's a broad spectrum, relax on the carb's and...

    Paleo's a broad spectrum, relax on the carb's and just get used to the change in diet first, then in 3-6 months go tighter on carbs if you feel you need to.
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    1/ yes the spoon of honey will knock out your...

    1/ yes the spoon of honey will knock out your fast, but only for a little time, the sugar will be used up very quickly.
    2/ I don't think you will see the sleep benefits of a spoonful of honey at mid...
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    With ancient interbreeding producing fertile...

    With ancient interbreeding producing fertile offspring and contributing positively to the gene pool, the distinction between human and not is a lot more blurred now and with limited evidence it is...
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    Nothing further to add? or just trolling? ...

    Nothing further to add? or just trolling?



    What did the other 13,809 consume to get so sick if it wasn't raw milk, was it processed milk maybe?
    As article states there is increasing pressure...
  21. Worth reading the whole paper, before you quote...

    Worth reading the whole paper, before you quote absolutes.


    So those figures are skewed towards mono because of sampling location.
    The body uses a mix of mono and sat, to get the right...
  22. Worth reading the whole paper, before you quote...

    Worth reading the whole paper, before you quote absolutes.


    So those figures are skewed towards mono because of sampling location.
    The body uses a mix of mono and sat, to get the right...
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    How is it that people can be so selective of how...

    How is it that people can be so selective of how they apply their rules of knowledge?



    I have not seen any conclusive data on any of the fear mongering associated with PUFA consumption both O6...
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    He is not right while he continues spouting...

    He is not right while he continues spouting conjecture as fact, all you're saying is that he is right while he agrees with your opinion.

    There are too many holes in the PUFA story, from both...
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    No grains and minimal dairy, just a bit of...

    No grains and minimal dairy, just a bit of yoghurt.

    Relating to another comment on dairy not having changed,
    There have been significant changes there as well,
    - Pasteurisation
    -...
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