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    Related: Electrical Stimulation for Long-Bone...

    Related: Electrical Stimulation for Long-Bone Fracture-Healing: A Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials | jbjsam

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    A warmer works fine, that's what I used to use. ...

    A warmer works fine, that's what I used to use. I burn incense these days, though, so I can't point you in the direction of any good brands.

    M.
  3. Thread: Raw Milk?

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    It is milk that has had lactase added in it. M.

    It is milk that has had lactase added in it.

    M.
  4. I can't seem to dredge up the link, but the...

    I can't seem to dredge up the link, but the transdermal magnesium application doesn't actually get magnesium into you effectively. Bone broth is also seemingly rather empty of it: ...
  5. Thread: Raw wine

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    Related: I wonder if mulled wine (or vermouth)...

    Related: I wonder if mulled wine (or vermouth) gets anything out of the herbs/spices, or if it's too little to amount to anything.

    M.
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    Red Palm Oil Expectations

    I haven't found a local source of red palm oil (not even the Filipino markets), so I'm planning on ordering some online, just to try it out. However, I've noticed on reviews over at Amazon that...
  7. You can get white rice without enrichment, as...

    You can get white rice without enrichment, as well. Again, typically Asian brands.

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    Meat is bad news, eh? Maybe we're doing the...

    Meat is bad news, eh? Maybe we're doing the world a favor by killing off everything.

    M.
  9. Jeeze, that's depressing. Top image is a favela...

    Jeeze, that's depressing. Top image is a favela :/

    The guide is pretty basic common sense, and it otherwise looks like they favor plant based diets. Not sure what I'm supposed to take away here....
  10. I have. It'll be interesting to see where he...

    I have. It'll be interesting to see where he brand goes with it.

    M.
  11. Thread: Raw Milk?

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    It's milk with lactase. It's fine. M.

    It's milk with lactase. It's fine.

    M.
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    I don't know anything about sacred sites or...

    I don't know anything about sacred sites or whatnot, but it almost sounded like a serial killer type personality. We'll have a better picture once the bones are tested, though.

    M.
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    I wonder what his name was. M.

    I wonder what his name was.

    M.
  14. Your saliva and the veggies you eat are liable to...

    Your saliva and the veggies you eat are liable to have far more nitrates than that chicken.

    M.
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    Food Land Cost

    Congress To Nutritionists: Don't Talk About The Environment | WBUR & NPR

    Guess biome maintenance doesn't factor into cattle rearing. We cut down forests and plough grasslands for things other...
  16. Thread: Soylent?

    by MEversbergII
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    It's basically nothing new - meal replacement...

    It's basically nothing new - meal replacement shake. We've had them literally for decades. The ingredients are pretty low quality. May as well get a MetRX bar.

    M.
  17. I'll add it to the to-read list. M.

    I'll add it to the to-read list.

    M.
  18. It's advertisement. M.

    It's advertisement.

    M.
  19. Thread: Raw wine

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    I was on about this part: "and, of course, it...

    I was on about this part: "and, of course, it does have a lot going for it."

    Not so much this part: "As I recall, he liked red wine best"

    Basically at no point did I set up any straw men, or...
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    Nah, the whole "red wine for health" thing is...

    Nah, the whole "red wine for health" thing is bunk. I think even mainstream CW's given up on it.

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    Generally, nothing is in high enough...

    Generally, nothing is in high enough concentration to really matter. Even in matcha, where you're drinking leaves, you're only taking 1-2 chashaku per chawan.

    Some samples I've seen point to high...
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    I like tea so I'll tell you what I know. ...

    I like tea so I'll tell you what I know.



    While what is now called matcha was a Chinese invention, China no longer really consumes powdered tea. Proper matcha is made from the Japanese...
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    Both Muesli and Granola are more than 100 years...

    Both Muesli and Granola are more than 100 years old.

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    Organs in general beats the heck out of those, so...

    Organs in general beats the heck out of those, so count me in with the liver camp.

    Pistachios have Argenine, but so does every animal product I can think of.

    And "dark" chocolate is a joke,...
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    Hm. Might try a little bit. I much prefer lean...

    Hm. Might try a little bit. I much prefer lean burger, though.

    Defrosting one of their liverwursts in my fridge as we speak; hoping to give it a go tonight.

    M.
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