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  1. Not all old habits are bad. Stone Age habits are...

    Not all old habits are bad. Stone Age habits are very old habits. :) Anyone following a Primal diet or lifestyle is working on the premise that some old habits are worth holding onto.

    In addition...
  2. Tested my blood glucose with oatmeal (using raw...

    Tested my blood glucose with oatmeal (using raw soaked steel cut oats):

    Blood glucose before: 119 mg/dl
    Ate 1 bowl of oatmeal made from 3 TBS dry raw steel cut oats soaked ~1 day in 1/2 cup cow's...
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    I need to spend less time on computers, so I'll...

    I need to spend less time on computers, so I'll probably be less active. I think my eyes need more rest. It can't be good to work all day on a PC and then use a PC or iPod at home. It seems like my...
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    Thanks And one thing for a prediabetic or...

    Thanks

    And one thing for a prediabetic or diabetic to check is blood glucose, of course, which is something I need to get back to doing more myself.

    (Ironically, it had been LCer Dr. William...
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    I can sympathize with that, because just trying...

    I can sympathize with that, because just trying to gradually increase carbs didn't work well for me.

    Rather than just ignore moderate-to-high carbers, like some VLCers suggest, I listen to all...
  6. How ironic. I developed high and rising fasting...

    How ironic. I developed high and rising fasting and post-meal blood glucose for the first time in my life while eating a LCHF diet including foods like bacon and eggs and avoiding starchy foods like...
  7. How ironic. I improved my blood glucose...

    How ironic. I improved my blood glucose modulation with RS-rich foods like cooked-and-cooled potatoes. :)
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    I can believe it. Early on I got excellent...

    I can believe it. Early on I got excellent results (my GERD symptoms disappeared, my acne cleared up, my night vision improved, etc.) from low-starch Paleo influenced by Cordain and Audette starting...
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    Same here, RS increased my body temp more than...

    Same here, RS increased my body temp more than fat or fruits or anything else, and many other folks have reported this too. Digestible starch seems to be my #2 most warming food (and foods that...
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    I think the key lesson is to not go too extreme...

    I think the key lesson is to not go too extreme in either direction of vlc or vegan for too long. What constitutes too long depends on the individual. Intermittency/cycling/seasonality is an option....
  11. Thread: Steve Jobs

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    " Let Steve Jobs RIP." Translation: let ME...

    " Let Steve Jobs RIP."

    Translation: let ME RIP. :)
    (The dead don't care whether we let them RIP.)


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  12. My pleasure, Misabi. I figured you might not have...

    My pleasure, Misabi. I figured you might not have noticed it, given that you don't normally see your sig.

    Thanks for noting KGH's blog as a personal fave (whenever you did that in the past). It...
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    Potatoes, white, red, yellow, blue and purple,...

    Potatoes, white, red, yellow, blue and purple, are great! Biodiversity is increasingly looking important also:

    American (Gut) Gothic: 5 things you can do for a healthier microbiome in 2013 -...
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    Going fat-free vegan. Yes, really.

    Yup, I think you're on the right track with that.

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    Words to live by. Sent from my iPod touch...

    Words to live by.


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  16. I haven't tried it Jennifer, sorry. Bingo

    I haven't tried it Jennifer, sorry.

    Bingo
  17. Good luck with the tests and health, Misabi. ...

    Good luck with the tests and health, Misabi.

    FYI: one of the sites in your signature - http://www.archevore.com/get-started - is defunct. The owner, Dr. Harris, experienced problems in the longer...
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    I didn't mean to imply that outdoor shows...

    I didn't mean to imply that outdoor shows necessarily have lower volume levels. I meant that they don't restrict and close me in with walls and a roof, so I'm free to stand as far away as I want and...
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    Are discos SOOO bad for hearing???

    Yeah, like I said, it would be best to leave, though i know that folks aren't always going to do the ideal thing and tissue is at least better than nothing. In my case, it was a company outing that I...
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    When earplugs aren't handy, another trick that a...

    When earplugs aren't handy, another trick that a former boss taught me is to stuff your ears with pieces of napkin, which bars and clubs will tend to have. Ideally, one would leave if a band played...
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    One time my Irish grandfather got a...

    One time my Irish grandfather got a conspiratorial smile and said he'd show me a good way of cooking a potato. He went to the fireplace, where the fire had died down to nice warm embers and ash and a...
  22. Turquoise's NEW journal: rants and raves of gelatin and law school

    Moxie is a bitter-tasting soda, believe it or not. It contains gentian root that was used as a medicinal. Soda pop started out as a vehicle for co2 and medicinals like coca and other herbs.


    Sent...
  23. Have you ever tried Moxie soda? It's old people...

    Have you ever tried Moxie soda? It's old people soda :)


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  24. Yeah, folks used to put more strong spices and...

    Yeah, folks used to put more strong spices and less sweetener in desserts, candy ("old people candy" lol), soda pop, etc




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  25. Carrot cake spice traditionally includes cinnamon...

    Carrot cake spice traditionally includes cinnamon and cardamom, a strong ginger-like spice.

    Pumpkin pie spice includes cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg or mace, cloves (I know these are a yuck factor...
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