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    Wrong, wrong, wrong!

    You are so wrong at so many points.

    Fructose is NOT a source of energy until after its been made into adipose tissue and then later removed when there is a calorie deficit going on. "Burn rate"...
  2. You're right, Taco, I didn't catch the exact...

    You're right, Taco, I didn't catch the exact meaning of what you wrote. Perhaps because no one, no one lumps MUFA's with PUFA's.....except you? Hugely different impacts on human health. Olive oil...
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    Since this thread is about fish, I presumed it...

    Since this thread is about fish, I presumed it was about fish consumed on the Reagan.

    Do you have a reliable source for this?
  4. Beef marrow bones are available pretty...

    Beef marrow bones are available pretty inexpensively. Big bones sawed open so that the marrow is exposed.

    I've tried pork neck bones, nothing to rave about. Chicken feet are an old favorite,...
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    With all due respect, I think you are over...

    With all due respect, I think you are over analyzing and fretting. If this were an issue, the zero carbers would be in a pile of doo doo and eventually be showing some sort of deficiency. While...
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    Mercola is a pill pusher. Some people choose...

    Mercola is a pill pusher.

    Some people choose to look for that falling sky and monsters under their beds. I'm not one of them.
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    You raise a good point. Anyway, I got my...

    You raise a good point. Anyway, I got my figures from the USDA data base. Branded, processed foods indeed are often different than the norm.
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    No, one gram of protein and one gram of fat is...

    No, one gram of protein and one gram of fat is equal amounts. In terms of calories, it's not, of course. Equal by weight is 9/4 or 2.25. To have equal caloric content, one would need 2.25 grams of...
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    I'm sorry, but there is no "pairing" of gelatin...

    I'm sorry, but there is no "pairing" of gelatin with animal proteins. That's what one needs to do with grains and legumes. Muscle meats are complete protein and don't need help to be utilized. You...
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    Lots of foods suggested here are definitely not...

    Lots of foods suggested here are definitely not high protein, low calorie. For instance 1% low fat cottage cheese contains equal amounts of protein and fat. In mammal meats you have to get to 90%...
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    Gelatin seriously lacks several of the essential...

    Gelatin seriously lacks several of the essential amino acids. Nutrition Facts and Analysis for Gelatin desserts, dry mix
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    Oh, my effin' god. He's back with his shriveled...

    Oh, my effin' god. He's back with his shriveled vegan brain. Hemp has no heart, but animals do, moron.
  13. It appears no one has realized that duck fat is...

    It appears no one has realized that duck fat is Jewish smaltz. Since Eastern European Jews wouldn't have raised pigs, they raised nice, fatty ducks. And then rendered the fat into smaltz.
  14. Yes, that's true. Most people stop at the three...

    Yes, that's true. Most people stop at the three major categories of fat. It's not the end of the story. There are several dozen fatty acids, some very important and even essential, i.e., we can't...
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    Taken by itself, the video appears to be...

    Taken by itself, the video appears to be alarming. But read a lot of the comments, and some seemingly knowledgeable people are saying that it's the sand and that's normal. Or, that even those...
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    In one year? Eating fish that's frozen stateside...

    In one year? Eating fish that's frozen stateside and then eaten during deployment? Not bloody likely, unless they were swimming in the waters offshore of the reactor.
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    My very first bag of Bob's actually showed the...

    My very first bag of Bob's actually showed the calories as fats! Which is more accurate than as carbs, of course.

    tatertot and I have discussed this; there is no hard and fast. And then there...
  18. OK, Taco, I admit I am picking on you. Nothing...

    OK, Taco, I admit I am picking on you. Nothing personal, but reading misinformation, especially given as wrong advice or alleged facts, drives me nuts. All you have to do is research a bit, which...
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    Please do your reading. Spend many hours and I'm...

    Please do your reading. Spend many hours and I'm sure your questions will be answered.

    As to eating fermented foods vs. RS, two very different things. Fermented foods supply some bacteria, but a...
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    1. No different, correct, but you have to search...

    1. No different, correct, but you have to search wide and far and certainly not in your grocery store for 100% expeller pressed canola oil.

    2. Please ask any English teacher or editor about "man...
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    Actually, I (almost) am, especially for age 67. ...

    Actually, I (almost) am, especially for age 67. Great lipid profiles, energy for pushing on my bike, weight loss.

    Apparently you have difficulty understanding the difference between "man made",...
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    Sorry, Taco. I get it now. You are another...

    Sorry, Taco. I get it now. You are another scientifically clueless, grammar challenged troll.

    Tocao, meet Pharma dude.
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    Speaking of deficient mental...

    Speaking of deficient mental capacity.................
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    Why would you call it sludge? That's a pretty...

    Why would you call it sludge? That's a pretty emotional reaction to something that is cream, whey, and brown rice syrup. The first two are 100% natural, the whey is the basis of almost all protein...
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    The fact that the dairy industry funded the best...

    The fact that the dairy industry funded the best known - there are others - project showing the superiority of sugar sweetened chocolate milk was stated up front by the author. And just because Big...
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