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  1. Thread: Gout!

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    Also cut out all chocolate! It's one of the...

    Also cut out all chocolate! It's one of the highest natural sources of theobromine (a purine).
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    How is your health? If your gut is severely...

    How is your health?

    If your gut is severely compromised, you may need bigger help than adding in some fiber or probiotics.
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    OK, 1/4 tsp of potato starch is probably less...

    OK, 1/4 tsp of potato starch is probably less that the amount found in a child-sized order of McDonald's french fries, a small bag of potato chips, a bite of a greenish banana, a couple bites of...
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    Not sure how many people are interested in this,...

    Not sure how many people are interested in this, but the owner/inventor of CoolFatBurner is a good friend of mine and all the science he demonstrates is real, verified, professional. Good chance to...
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    Just curious, how do you know about this...

    Just curious, how do you know about this overgrowth?
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    The Science of Addictive Junk Food...

    The Science of Addictive Junk Food

    http://graphics8.nytimes.com/images/2013/02/24/magazine/24sugar1/24sugar1-articleLarge-v3.png

    "What I found, over four years of research and reporting, was a...
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    I LOVE potato chips! Especially Lays Ruffles,...

    I LOVE potato chips! Especially Lays Ruffles, but any of the barbecue flavors are just as good. I can eat a whole (big) bag in one sitting.

    That's why I don't eat them.

    OK. Every now and...
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    Or tuleremia...or trichinosis?

    Or tuleremia...or trichinosis?
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    Stay away! She's mine!

    Stay away! She's mine!
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    Wait a minute... Are you the same "fat person"...

    Wait a minute...

    Are you the same "fat person" I saw who posted a sexy selfie not long ago? You ain't fat. You know women aren't supposed to be 5% body fat, right? I thought you looked really...
  11. Thread: OGTT at home

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    Good job on the home OGTT! It's an invaluable...

    Good job on the home OGTT! It's an invaluable tool. Keep the results for later comparison.

    Your results aren't all that bad. Slightly pre-diabetic, but you are making good strides. Really bad...
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    Let me know if you do, I'll put it on my blog...

    Let me know if you do, I'll put it on my blog roll list! I really like seeing people learn to find and use high fiber foods, most are not familiar to us. I still have no idea what half of the roots...
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    You know, there's a lady...Brenda Watson (link to...

    You know, there's a lady...Brenda Watson (link to her blog), who wrote a book called The Fiber35 Diet, (the 35 referencing 'grams per day'). It's full of fiber-filled recipes. She just recently...
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    The dosages they recommend are designed with one...

    The dosages they recommend are designed with one thing in mind: That you don't fart too much! Unfortunately, the proper dose generally results in some flatulence, especially at first. This turns...
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    That was all taken out of context by Dr. BG. The...

    That was all taken out of context by Dr. BG. The only negative effects I've had from trying to increase my fiber intake was a reaction to eating lots of raw cocoa nibs. I had been doing lots of...
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    I think it's best to take everything right...

    I think it's best to take everything right alongside a meal. That is the natural way to ingest pro and prebiotics, no?

    I think that just about everyone probably needs more prebiotics than their...
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    Haha - See? This is what I meant. When a person...

    Haha - See? This is what I meant. When a person starts using their real identity, the focus for some reason shifts to 'them' rather than their message. Some people can get past that, like Richard,...
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    If I ever have to take antibiotics, my plan is to...

    If I ever have to take antibiotics, my plan is to pound the RS, fibers, and fermented foods like crazy all throughout and for weeks afterwards. You should have a nice supply of gut bugs living in...
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    lol. I'm friends with all three. Richard is...

    lol.

    I'm friends with all three. Richard is after headlines. Art is after truth. And Duck is using many platforms to right wrongs without letting people focus on 'him'.

    What's cool about...
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    Dr. Davis, author of Wheat Belly, loves raw...

    Dr. Davis, author of Wheat Belly, loves raw potatoes!

    I've eaten them all my life, a slice or two at a time. Very good source of resistant starch.
  21. Oh, that makes a lot more sense! I was in a...

    Oh, that makes a lot more sense! I was in a hurry. So the yeast starts out around 2.5 billion cells per liter, increases to 35 billion, and then drops back down to 2.5 billion.
  22. A description of L. plantarum...

    A description of L. plantarum...



    It's ability to live in a salt bath and low pH is one of its redeeming qualities!

    Out in the cabbage patch, it has to create its own environment. It spews...
  23. Great paper, Neckhammer! L. plantarum is...

    Great paper, Neckhammer!

    L. plantarum is definitely the workhorse behind most fermented cabbage and cucumber concoctions (pickles, sauerkraut, kimchi, etc...). Isn't it bizarre that it doesn't...
  24. There are only minimal, environmental levels of...

    There are only minimal, environmental levels of "probiotics" in fermented food.

    http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-uWZQaJcSlV4/UM0jfWkdTDI/AAAAAAAAAXQ/Ib6v4KmWulc/s1600/SG+vs+cell+count.png

    This is...
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    I did a week of beans last winter. The weight...

    I did a week of beans last winter. The weight loss was the same as potatoes. But, I found eating beans to be very hard. I was just eating cooked beans, spiced up a bit, but without all the...
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