Hah, you're very welcome. :)
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Hah, you're very welcome. :)
I never count.
I used to, but after a while I got so used to eyeballing food portions, calories, and macros that I stopped pretty much all together.
It may take a while to get there, but track...
Indeed, which is why I was so surprised he was willing to basically say that Atkins lowers triglycerides, raises HDL, lowers LDL... Sounds like a cardiologists wet dream!
Because lots of doctors...
I could direct them to the part wherein he says Atkins wins (53:58), but that misses all the explanation of how and why and how he set up the experiment and would just confuse people.
I really like this video:
I'm just pointing out what I have read Ray Peat say on the matter.
Oh, and FYI, Peat also thinks that more than 150 mcg of iodine a day from ANY source thwarts the thyroid. So... :p
If Ray Peat had anything to say about it, he'd tell you that Omega-3 fats are even more unstable and prone to oxidation than Omega-6 fats are. And we know the havoc that can be wreaked by...
To be fair, I have always believed in CICO as a general theory with insululin levels, blood sugar, etc. only playing a minor role.
I have just personally found it VERY hard to eat more than I need...
Hey, that weightloss trick worked for me too!
This: NOW Foods Liquid Vitamin D-3 Extra Strength 1,000 IU 1 fl oz Liquid - Swanson Health Products
Ingredients: D3 and MCT oil. :cool:
Bonus: Can hold under the tongue for a bit for some...
But also raw cruciferous for thryoid blocker! :cool:
This ol' thread needs a read:
Primal guide to tea.
Coffee AND tea for a range of phytonutrients and health benefits unique to each plant and each individual variety WITHIN each plant.
Also, and even more for me these days: Yerba mate.
Skinny does not equal health. Also, obesity has been on the rise lately in Japan.
Fermented soy is COMPLETELY different from the unfermented "indigestible" crap we consider a "health food" in...
Fair use laws cover "parody" quite extensively.
I'm guessing they pull this one out a lot. ;)
In the supplement section Jaminet actually recommened several supps that are made with soy or other vegetable oils in them. Those I'd pass on.
Always read the labels of your supps! Even the...
No, you should 69 them. :)
It works like a charm and gets you the perfect portions.
And, it'll be good for a month or two in the smaller size. :)
Been a one meal guy for most of two years now... The biggest benefit isn't to my physical health, but the absolute freedom from being tied down to the kitchen all the time.
I get it all back for...
I freeze mine as ice cubes and toss a couple in any dish that calls for a "boost." ;)
I was going to post something about this after all the debate has been added here, but already said. :)
Eh, I don't need another device attached to my body constantly sending out radiowaves and other forms of radiation. We get enough of that as it is. :)
Haha, thanks. I grow a thick beard pretty much with ease, but it's not naturally neat like some people's beards are. I have to work twice as hard as some to keep it looking neat.
Even if it did (and it probably doesn't on the same level as soy), would you be eating it in the same quantities as some people eat soy in? I doubt it.
Hell, even basil, oregano, and freakin'...
Upregulation of T3 in relationship to cabohydrate intake is very often because T3 is required to properly metabolize carbs. You don't need as much T3 when you aren't eating as many carbs.