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    I never get jittery on caffeine, but I count...

    I never get jittery on caffeine, but I count sheep into the 1000's while trying to fall asleep, especially if I caffeinate from mid-afternoon on.;-)
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    Another new finding that seems to hold true is...

    Another new finding that seems to hold true is that autism rates rise when one or both parents are over 40. The truly surprising thing , though, is that teen pregnancies held to similar rates! So if...
  3. Gimme salt over Roundup any day on my fries!

    Gimme salt over Roundup any day on my fries!
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    There's always the olde English standbys - steak...

    There's always the olde English standbys - steak and kidney pie, bubble and squeak, tripe and so on. Like most unfamiliar foods, they may take extensive culinary treatment to appeal to most. There...
  5. We're born and raised damaged. So are our...

    We're born and raised damaged. So are our foodstuffs in this modern era. Not even exclusively organic foods can repair certain genetic mutations (although the foods can go a long way in ameliorating...
  6. Try it; you'll like it. Or not.;-) Nutrition is...

    Try it; you'll like it. Or not.;-) Nutrition is as individual as we are. When we speak of diets, like SAD, or Japanese, or Nigerian, we're actually referring to the AVERAGE found in a certain...
  7. Shaking will produce butter from cream, which...

    Shaking will produce butter from cream, which rises to the top of cow milk. Cream is also a natural product and can be produced by time alone. No churn is needed for small quantities of butter, just...
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    Female athletes who do intensive training often...

    Female athletes who do intensive training often lose their periods. Before we all run to get leaner by stepping up exercise, lack of periods signal there are maladaptions in the body: eg. nothing to...
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    The extra fat kept you from being as hungry, but...

    The extra fat kept you from being as hungry, but sometimes you need food as well for nutrient replenishment. You could try interspersing regular eating days with BPC days, according to which works...
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    Well, I guess you could wait to see if your...

    Well, I guess you could wait to see if your natural cycle returns. The week prior to menstruation was always a puffy, emotional-wreck time for me.
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    As a trans, you are undoubtedly receiving hormone...

    As a trans, you are undoubtedly receiving hormone shots. Yours will be a special case since outside hormones can really mess up our bodies. (Remember HRT?) You are suffering from water imbalance...
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    I assume you are female. Welcome to the club. W/o...

    I assume you are female. Welcome to the club. W/o question, hormone fluctuations can do wacky things to our biology while we're not looking. It may be as simple as loading up on CAFO meats when our...
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    She made a lot of sense to me. There are some...

    She made a lot of sense to me. There are some things she got wrong - Metformin is derived from berberine, which can control blood sugar in diabetics (like my hubby) w/o the zombie making effects of...
  14. Margarine was an easy sell to war-weary...

    Margarine was an easy sell to war-weary households trying to meet ends meet at the end of WWII. One of my favorite childhood memories was being the one to press the little red button that spread food...
  15. It is my understanding, Elliot, that complex...

    It is my understanding, Elliot, that complex carbs delay digestion, and thereby cannot spike blood sugar levels with the same degree of intensity and rapidity that simple sugars do. Whole fruit...
  16. Sort of why an old person like me has gained a...

    Sort of why an old person like me has gained a bit of a reputation as a sacred cow slayer and skeptic - especially the latter. I take most nutrition studies with a bag of salt, but once in a while...
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    Sounds like allergic reactions to me. The body...

    Sounds like allergic reactions to me. The body instinctively sequesters undesirable chemicals in its fat, and a reaction to coconut proteins can conceivably fit right in there. Don't eat coconut oil...
  18. Is it doable? Yes. Is it healthy? Apparently yes...

    Is it doable? Yes. Is it healthy? Apparently yes for those who are meat eaters by necessity. Could I do it? Likely, but can't afford the big food bills. I can cut down the fruit (mostly have,...
  19. The first thing I checked was the bona fides of...

    The first thing I checked was the bona fides of Dr. Neil Barnard, as I semi-recognized the name. Sure enough, he 's apparently the sole doctor (unless more have since joined) on the board for...
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    Odds an ends. Lye mixed with oils or fats = soap....

    Odds an ends. Lye mixed with oils or fats = soap. Earlier generations that did rough work likely made soap from their own body oils when adding lye. Even so, soapmaking came over with the pioneers;...
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    Have fun. Keep track of any side effects that...

    Have fun. Keep track of any side effects that show up. Post results here.;-)
  22. Your pen name says a lot. Reduce number of...

    Your pen name says a lot. Reduce number of veggies, try more cooked, or go short term VLC to see if it will give you a fighting chance at diagnosis.
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    Although his main target seems to be statins and...

    Although his main target seems to be statins and anti-cholesterol rantings of medical journals, that book touted on the right side of the blog -Doctoring Data: is hailed as a revelation to those...
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    I've been taking CoQ10 in varying amounts for...

    I've been taking CoQ10 in varying amounts for several years for my congestive heart failure. Had a major stroke 20 years go, followed by several heart attacks since the early 2000's. I expect I have...
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    A goat farmer recently sued the CDC for details...

    A goat farmer recently sued the CDC for details regarding the raw milk deaths it had been warning about. After several years, with repeated filings, he got the info. And when he examined it closely...
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