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    Yeah, I would agree with this. I tried switching...

    Yeah, I would agree with this. I tried switching from Mg citrate to Mg glycinate but found that things just didn't "flow" as well. Now I take the glycinate in the a.m. and the citrate in the p.m. ...
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    Assuming you've recently cut out grains, it's...

    Assuming you've recently cut out grains, it's likely from the sudden loss of massive amounts of fiber. Magnesium Citrate (Natural Calm) can be your friend here. Search these forums for Ron...
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    Check out "Eat Like a Dinosaur". Got one for my...

    Check out "Eat Like a Dinosaur". Got one for my grandkids. It's not just baked goods though.
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    Add some beef and maybe sweet potato. Since...

    Add some beef and maybe sweet potato. Since you're not necessarily trying to lose fat, current forum wisdom suggests you might also add cooked and cooled potato and/or white rice.
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    My wife and I have had this same rule for years. ...

    My wife and I have had this same rule for years. For the same reason, we also have the rule "never go out to eat when you're hungry". :)
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    I'm one who has never fared well in the cold/flu...

    I'm one who has never fared well in the cold/flu season. I've had pneumonia twice and bronchitis more than I can recall. Last winter, the lousy colds just kept coming back over and over. Finally...
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    Yeah, add a little bit of fruit to your day, even...

    Yeah, add a little bit of fruit to your day, even if only 2-3 times a week. That and the occasional potato and I'd bet you begin feeling much better fairly quickly.
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    Let's see, his cholesterol plummeted....but he...

    Let's see, his cholesterol plummeted....but he had a heart attack anyway. Hmm...maybe cholesterol isn't the problem?

    My father came from a very large family...my grandfather and many of my uncles...
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    Natural Calm works for my wife and I.

    Natural Calm works for my wife and I.
  10. I also have long days. MWF, I get up at 4:45,...

    I also have long days. MWF, I get up at 4:45, stumble downstairs and work out till just about 6. Shower and leave for work by 6:30. Walk 3 laps around the block (with very steep hill) before...
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    I find that a couple of fasting days over the...

    I find that a couple of fasting days over the week gets me back on track very quickly.
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    Try kelp noodles, you may be pleasantly...

    Try kelp noodles, you may be pleasantly surprised. Baked spaghetti squash is a nice substitute as well, just don't overcook it.
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    Have you actually read the PB book? It's a good...

    Have you actually read the PB book? It's a good place to start. Make adjustments as needed from there. You may even find it beneficial to ignore the forums for a while. Come back when you plateau...
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    I didn't start tracking until I hit a plateau...

    I didn't start tracking until I hit a plateau several months after beginning PB. I was shocked to see just how low I was in calories and how skewed my macros were, especially carbs (vlc). Clearly,...
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    My BP has never been high, but I was quite...

    My BP has never been high, but I was quite surprised to see it drop a bit after going PB (117/70 IIRC), with my wife and I eating 2-4 doz eggs per week along with lots of bacon. So much for CW, or...
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    We found them handy recently for crossing...

    We found them handy recently for crossing streams. We're using Black Diamond poles. 8oz each is pretty darned light I think. I was leery about collapsible poles, but only the top tier on this pair...
  17. Thread: Hiking!!!

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    This past year my wife and I have divided our...

    This past year my wife and I have divided our hiking time between the Delaware Water Gap area and Schooley's Mnt Park. We may be on the trail anywhere from 1.5 to 5 hours. We've found that this is...
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    I believe the rule of thumb is 35lbs per cf. We...

    I believe the rule of thumb is 35lbs per cf. We just shoehorned about 350lbs of angus into a 20cf upright with some room to spare.
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    Though I've only had my bench for 2-1/2 weeks,...

    Though I've only had my bench for 2-1/2 weeks, previously I was doing (lighter) overhead and deadlifts on Wed and Sat mornings. Since getting the bench, I've been lifting (much heavier) M-W-F...
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    I mix it with eggs to make a large omelet, then take a section of that to work for lunch each day.
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    Well, I can pretty much guarantee that where my...

    Well, I can pretty much guarantee that where my cows are, in Maine, there is NO green grass to be had over the winter. So hay it is.

    I'm going up next week to bring home 350lbs of low-line angus...
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    I believe it's also used to help get rid of h....

    I believe it's also used to help get rid of h. pylori (sp?), or at least soothe the pain.
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    Hay is dried grass. This is what grass fed cows...

    Hay is dried grass. This is what grass fed cows eat over the winter. Also, my brother has to feed each (beef) cow a literal handful of grain (each day I think) in order to keep them from breaking...
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    My wife and I take this also. 1-1/2 teaspoons in...

    My wife and I take this also. 1-1/2 teaspoons in the morning and again in the evening. I believe that works out to about 600mg/day of mag. We worked up to it slowly to ensure against the laxative...
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    Try nuts.com
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