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    Blue Zone Correction on Pork: Oops, it turns...

    Blue Zone Correction on Pork:

    Oops, it turns out that the Seventh-Day Adventists of the Loma Linda Blue Zone don't eat pork. Surprising that Buettner didn't correct the interviewer on that. So...
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    My amateur guess is also that those numbers are...

    My amateur guess is also that those numbers are pretty good, with the FBG being somewhat high, as noted (though a single measure doesn't tell us much, so the A1C would indeed be helpful, and, yes,...
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    Recent Research Suggests that Lower is NOT Better...

    Recent Research Suggests that Lower is NOT Better When it Comes to Trigs
    (Somewhat low may be good, but probably not extremely low)

    This is common Paleo/Primal doctrine that I also used to...
  4. The recent one featuring Cumberbatch as Holmes,...

    The recent one featuring Cumberbatch as Holmes, yes? My favorite Holmes is Jeremy Brett. Brett is also Cumberbatch's favorite.

    You are already more brilliant than the majority of lawyers. The...
  5. Who says angry Asians can't make good queens? ;)...

    Who says angry Asians can't make good queens? ;)

    Not a chance

    Which one?
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    Are humans akin to complex plants/fungi? ...

    Are humans akin to complex plants/fungi?
    Light-harvesting pigments and therapeutic potential

    “Penetrating red light is possibly the fundamental anti-stress factor for all organisms. The chronic...
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    Even the genome is fractal Franziska Michor et...

    Even the genome is fractal
    Franziska Michor et al on describing evolution and cancer with mathematical equations, the long telomeres and DNA repair proteins of naked mole rats, and the fractal...
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    If You Eat Total Cereal, You're Probably Eating...

    If You Eat Total Cereal, You're Probably Eating Steel Mill Waste
    Fortification of Foods with Iron from Mill Scale

    Iron for Breakfast - Sick Science! # 123...
  9. Happy birthday to the queen of the MDA forum! ...

    Happy birthday to the queen of the MDA forum!


    Sent from my iPod touch using Marks Daily Apple Forum
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    Yeah, my weaker foot was getting chronically sore...

    Yeah, my weaker foot was getting chronically sore and injured, and occasionally my stronger foot, when regularly wearing super-thin-soled barefoot-style shoes (for some reason, even the cushioned...
  11. OK, it could be coincidence, but I developed that...

    OK, it could be coincidence, but I developed that sort of painful, spasmodic tetany in mostly one foot, and particularly one toe, oddly enough, while eating VLC Paleo and it worsened terribly while...
  12. Are your cramps at all spasmy, with toes becoming...

    Are your cramps at all spasmy, with toes becoming distorted and painful, like this:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3vIUvO-5OLg

    and/or with pain in the arch of one or both feet?
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    Thanks for the nice words about the heresy, Urja!...

    Thanks for the nice words about the heresy, Urja!

    Them's fightin' words. ;)

    I like Paul Jaminet's blog, but, ironically, he is worried about pork for one of the very reasons I hypothesize that...
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    The Blue Zone Food That Gets Ignored I've seen...

    The Blue Zone Food That Gets Ignored

    I've seen claims that the only food common among all the Blue Zones (aside from water) is legumes, and I repeated that claim myself, not finding anything to...
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    Yes, it's the app, I confirmed that. lol That...

    Yes, it's the app, I confirmed that.

    lol That courage earns you star of the day. :)

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    Infra-red light speeds up mitochondrial metabolism by altering water, providing healing benefits:...
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    Yeah, and if and when one chooses to fry bacon...

    Yeah, and if and when one chooses to fry bacon anyway, even Dr. Eades recommends that the bacon should be limp (which was how my grandmother cooked it), rather than crisp. Boiled would probably be...
  17. I don't know. Jeff Leach wrote about how healthy...

    I don't know. Jeff Leach wrote about how healthy Hadza children have bloated stomachs from fermentation of prebiotic foods, but the adults don't appear to have that. He is apparently going to be...
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    Helminthic therapy as a potential anti-aging...

    Helminthic therapy as a potential anti-aging therapy?

    I remember learning about research that linked the pig whipworm helminth eradication program in the South by the US gov’t, funded by the John...
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    Star of the day, who will it be? Gorbag! ...

    Star of the day, who will it be? Gorbag!



    Fred Kummerow, a retired scientist and mentor of Chris Masterjohn who at an advanced age (can you guess it from his image below?) doesn't have a single...
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    Star of the day, who will it be? ...

    Star of the day, who will it be?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uDQUMkjFvbU
    [warning: video contains singing that may be painful to the ears :p ]

    Today's chosen star: Elliot!

    From the...
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    Uncoupled and surviving: individual mice with...

    Uncoupled and surviving: individual mice with high metabolism have greater mitochondrial uncoupling and live longer.
    Aging Cell. 2004 Jun;3(3):87-95. Speakman JR, Talbot DA, Selman C, Snart S,...
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    I suspect that the real beneficial factor here is...

    I suspect that the real beneficial factor here is not so much the slowing of the metabolism, per se, as a reduction in the generation of toxic byproducts from inefficient energy production. Most low...
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    More from Giuseppe Vitiello, Professor of...

    More from Giuseppe Vitiello, Professor of Theoretical Physics at the University of Salerno:

    On the Isomorphism between Dissipative Systems, Fractal Self-Similarity and Electrodynamics. Toward an...
  24. Yes, interesting. I find steel cut oats more...

    Yes, interesting. I find steel cut oats more filling and slower-digesting than white rice, with rolled oats probably in-between.
  25. I find plain raw fermented or gently simmered...

    I find plain raw fermented or gently simmered (and cooled overnight) steel cut oats without the added upma flour, coconut oil, veggies and spices to be filling, rather than hunger-inducing. I also...
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