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  1. Thread: Iodine Anyone?

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    I assume those are manufacturing costs and don't...

    I assume those are manufacturing costs and don't include advertising fees, R and D costs, etc?
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    Need way more information. BF% Diet Current...

    Need way more information.

    BF%
    Diet
    Current sleep
    Exercise
    Stress
    etc.
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    Don't pick your electives to try to appeal to...

    Don't pick your electives to try to appeal to medical school.

    Focus on completing your premed/STEM (science technology engineering math) courses with As and getting good...
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    I'd definitely say start to focus on building...

    I'd definitely say start to focus on building muscle rather than continuing to lose fat. Maybe once you put on some more muscle mass you could cut down to a lower body fat percentage.
    ...
  5. I don't know if this might be useful, but it...

    I don't know if this might be useful, but it might be something for you to look into.

    I've been researching vitamin K2 and it is related to osteoporosis and joint health. I read something about...
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    The magnesium is bound to another molecule. ...

    The magnesium is bound to another molecule.

    This means that the weight it's describing includes the weight of the molecule bound to it (3 grams is magnesium plus molecule).

    Elemental magnesium...
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    The way I understand it is that the 75% HR will...

    The way I understand it is that the 75% HR will allow you to maintain your current endurance and get the benefits of frequent exercise without falling into "chronic cardio".

    Sprinting/interval...
  8. It doesn't sound like a good idea to being doing...

    It doesn't sound like a good idea to being doing HRT if you're hoping to reactivate your natural testosterone production...

    If it's from diet then why aren't you trying that first?
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    If your diet is very imbalanced or you have pre...

    If your diet is very imbalanced or you have pre existing kidney issues, maybe.

    A renal nurse mentioned a couple weeks ago that she regularly has patients who have kidney problems because of...
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    Owl, can you point me to a credible source that...

    Owl, can you point me to a credible source that says bromine is an inhibitor of iodine?
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    Leangains Meals | Intermittent fasting diet for...

    Leangains Meals | Intermittent fasting diet for fat loss, muscle gain and health
    Leangains Meals Part Two | Intermittent fasting diet for fat loss, muscle gain and health

    Not all paleo, but they...
  13. Thread: Vitamin K2

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    I think the difference may be from grain vs. free...

    I think the difference may be from grain vs. free range.

    I think that most animals convert their K into K2 in the body, so the higher amounts of Vitamin K in the grass would result in higher...
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    What Is Oxidized Ldl? | LIVESTRONG.COM...

    What Is Oxidized Ldl? | LIVESTRONG.COM

    Understanding Free Radicals and Antioxidants

    I think these provide an okay explanation.

    PUFA and MUFA are more reactive than SFA because of the...
  15. Thread: Vitamin K2

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    Vitamin K2

    I'm trying to determine how much of Vitamin K2-4 (MK4) Grok would have been getting back in the day.

    I was wondering if any of you have any good information on this.

    So far, this is what I've...
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    I would look into vitamin K2 if you're worried...

    I would look into vitamin K2 if you're worried about cardiovascular disease. It activates proteins that help guide the placement of calcium into bones and away from arteries and organs.

    Get your...
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    I was reading something earlier about the idea...

    I was reading something earlier about the idea that short term supplementation is good for rebalancing O6:O3, but that long term the increased oxidation from all the PUFA intake could be bad. The...
  18. I guess it depends a little on what your goals...

    I guess it depends a little on what your goals are.

    Visual comparison through pictures, tape measurements, and weight can all help you see whether or not weight gained/lost is fat or muscle.
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    You need to start doing measurements. Don't...

    You need to start doing measurements.

    Don't get rid of the scale, it's still useful to notice small changes in your body, but measuring around your navel and other areas will allow you to figure...
  20. Thread: Heal a Cavity

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    Oil pulling to me seems like an ancient mouth...

    Oil pulling to me seems like an ancient mouth wash practice... Many oils are anti fungals and anti bacterials. Coconut oil is known for this. I think that's all it is. Swishing for 20 minutes...
  21. Your body isn't going to want to start packing on...

    Your body isn't going to want to start packing on muscle when your body thinks there is a lack of food.

    The number of calories your body needs as maintenance rises the more muscle mass you have,...
  22. Thread: Iodine Anyone?

    by JoeyA
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    Are there any mainstream scientists in favor of...

    Are there any mainstream scientists in favor of iodine supplementation?

    If so, can you point me in their direction? I was reading Dr. Abraham's stuff and got really turned off when he started...
  23. "But when the gene’s low-activity version arose...

    "But when the gene’s low-activity version arose somewhere in Eurasia an estimated 8,100 years ago, that same glucose-boosting quality may have helped women maintain their pregnancies during lean...
  24. Did you read the link i provided earlier?

    Did you read the link i provided earlier?
  25. Does anyone see how this type of insulin...

    Does anyone see how this type of insulin resistance might be more relevant to animal protein and fat than vegetable oil/protein?
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