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    I would consider the body temperature test to be...

    I would consider the body temperature test to be more meaningful than blood tests.

    Based on what?

    Doc Jim
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    This is such a complex and controversial area! ...

    This is such a complex and controversial area! LDL of over 200 would certainly alarm the vast majority of my colleagues. But it needs to be taken in context. Just some of the things to consider:
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    The most important thing to think about with lab...

    The most important thing to think about with lab testing is...what question am I looking to answer? If you are just curious, the panels may through chance alone show an occasional outlying result and...
  4. One interesting thing about Glycogen is that...

    One interesting thing about Glycogen is that Liver glycogen can be released into the bloodstream for any organ to use, but Muscle glycogen cannot be released; it's for local use by that cell only....
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    Good summary, Neck. I'd add that if anyone is...

    Good summary, Neck. I'd add that if anyone is really interested in ketosis and exercise look to Peter Attia, Jeff Volek, and Steve Phinney who are good scientists.

    Doc Jim
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    "Yes - you can burn fat at any level of carb...

    "Yes - you can burn fat at any level of carb intake as long as you run a caloric deficit.

    Although many people will find that they loose weight quickest with a lower carb intake. Personally, I...
  7. By the way, love the "you are an animal..."...

    By the way, love the "you are an animal..." byline.
  8. Found it. Oct 10-12 in Denver EXDO conference...

    Found it. Oct 10-12 in Denver EXDO conference center. Anyone know the exact dates of October PaleoFX in Denver?

    doc
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    Take it easy on yourself. When adapting to a...

    Take it easy on yourself. When adapting to a normal human diet (that is, one not swimming with simple carbohyrates) there's an adaptation period. Try upping your salt intake if you like (Volek and...
  10. The real experts are probably Volek and Phinney...

    The real experts are probably Volek and Phinney who've done low carb research since the early 80's. Some interesting reading for you:
    The Art and Science of Low Carb Living--good general...
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    This is not rare. I'm NEVER constipated but I got...

    This is not rare. I'm NEVER constipated but I got constipated years ago on Atkins when I first started.

    Theories:
    1. Dehydration--when you go ketogenic your kidneys dump sodium and volume....
  12. It's also true that some of us are NEVER going to...

    It's also true that some of us are NEVER going to build big muscle mass due to genetics; in fact, only a small percentage of the population will build huge bodybuilder muscles no matter how hard we...
  13. Of course some of us are allergic to eggs! Some...

    Of course some of us are allergic to eggs! Some Paleo tribes ban eggs especially early on and then try reintroducing them later to see how it goes; the "elimination diet" plan is one approach.
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  14. PaleoFX in Denver "in october" does anyone know exact dates?

    I've looked on the PaleoFX website and can't find it. Some of us need a bit more detail for planning than "October!"

    Doc Jim
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    I second the Super Slow-body by science idea. It...

    I second the Super Slow-body by science idea. It has the virtue of time efficiency, good muscle building, and especially safety. It has a very low injury rate. But it's tough to do by yourself; you...
  16. Protein is a bit less efficient as a fuel than...

    Protein is a bit less efficient as a fuel than carbs or fat. Your body can process all the amino acids and burn the excess as energy; it produces a fair amount of nitrogen waste products, which is a...
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    Stick arms and apple waist does sound like it...

    Stick arms and apple waist does sound like it could be a cortisol issue to me. How's your stress level? (I know, stupid question in a modern Western country, right?) Stress management, better sleep...
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    It's a Sophie's choice; I'd pick bacon, my...

    It's a Sophie's choice; I'd pick bacon, my favorite fruit of the pig, but reluctantly.
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    My wife said, at a group of friends, that "the...

    My wife said, at a group of friends, that "the herd does sometimes need thinning. However, I'm not interested in being the one who gets cut!"

    Doc Jim
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    I must admit that I agree with the IFLS article...

    I must admit that I agree with the IFLS article on vaccines. Nothing on earth is 100% safe; it's always playing the odds. Most of us would not even be alive to do this bulletin board without their...
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    I use the NeilMed sinus rinse kit, about $15 or...

    I use the NeilMed sinus rinse kit, about $15 or so (I think) at Walgreens etc. It takes all of three minutes to rinse both sides of the nose. You can find YouTube videos that show how it works....
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    The post I linked to describes 17 prospective...

    The post I linked to describes 17 prospective studies done by various medical groups. Here is another list of studies by the same Swedish physician. I've not seen a study showing something like "low...
  23. Thread: Coyote hunting

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    Seriously, one thing to watch in eating predators...

    Seriously, one thing to watch in eating predators is the possibility of trichinosis. This is the muscle eating parasitic worm that used to be somewhat common in bad pork. Studies in British Columbia...
  24. Thread: Coyote hunting

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    Mice are cute, too, and part of the ecosystem,...

    Mice are cute, too, and part of the ecosystem, but I feel very little guilt in trapping them. If coyotes are pests, they are pests. I'm not going to go up into the wild mountains to hunt them but if...
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    There are at least 17 studies showing that a low...

    There are at least 17 studies showing that a low carb, moderate protein, high fat diet is the best approach to losing weight when compared to others. Here is a post that goes through, in great...
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