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  1. Thread: Japanese diet?!

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    I've read that meat, especially pork, was limited...

    I've read that meat, especially pork, was limited to special occasions and not an everyday food. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Okinawa_diet
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    Your electrolytes might be unbalanced. Salt all...

    Your electrolytes might be unbalanced. Salt all of your food, supplement magnesium, and implement quality sources of calcium and potassium. You went from high carb to very low carb; why not start out...
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    How much sodium was in it? May have thrown your...

    How much sodium was in it? May have thrown your electrolytes off balance.
  4. Thread: Japanese diet?!

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    Not all grains and legumes are bad for you, and...

    Not all grains and legumes are bad for you, and define excessive carbs? Anything excessive can be bad--even kale and liver!--but carbs are NOT inherently bad. Carbohydrates are a macronutrient, and...
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    It doesn't seem to do much for health or life...

    It doesn't seem to do much for health or life expectancy...





    Life Expectancy in Mongolia
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    I think they were being sarcastic. :)

    I think they were being sarcastic. :)
  7. Thread: Lunches for Kids

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    Paleo Parents (http://paleoparents.com/) and ...

    Paleo Parents

    and

    Pinterest

    and

    Stalkerville - Recipe Sharing Site for Paleo Inspired, Real Food will give you tons of ideas
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    Choco, once again, makes excellent sense. Find...

    Choco, once again, makes excellent sense. Find out what is going on in your gut. Guessing leads to frustration and potentially worsening the situation. Trust me, I am in the same boat as OP. I...
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    This is a great post. Thank you for taking the...

    This is a great post. Thank you for taking the time to write it. I think it could be very helpful to people who want to get to the root and stop managing symptoms. I am one of them.
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    Yes. This. Even chickens eat their own eggs:...

    Yes. This. Even chickens eat their own eggs: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iG5nQRAmfOQ

    Find a local source of eggs that treats the chickens humanely. Vegetarian is doable; vegan is foolish.
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    There is nothing as good as animal products for...

    There is nothing as good as animal products for certain nutrients. I understand the ethical argument, but what about oysters? They are kind of like a plant and nutrient powerhouses. :)
  12. Thread: dog update

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    So sorry for your loss. :(

    So sorry for your loss. :(
  13. I think eating a lot of raw is fine as long as...

    I think eating a lot of raw is fine as long as you get some animal products in, such as oysters and liver. I don't think eating 70-80% of your diet in fruit is a good idea, but cover your important...
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    Go for calorie-dense when you do eat. It's really...

    Go for calorie-dense when you do eat. It's really easy to get cals up when you drench carby foods in fat, e.g., baked potato with butter and sour cream along side a fatty steak. But I agree with...
  15. I think tapioca or potato starch or white rice...

    I think tapioca or potato starch or white rice flour would be a better addition than xanthan gum if it's texture that you're going for, but you are trying to keep it low-carb so maybe using a little...
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    Bring as much of your own food as you can and...

    Bring as much of your own food as you can and volunteer to help in the kitchen as much as possible. You don't have to make it just "your" food, offer it to everyone! Make fruit salads, potato dishes,...
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    How do you know your blood sugar is high? Are you...

    How do you know your blood sugar is high? Are you testing with a glucometer after you eat anything high in carbs?! That's the only way to know for sure, anything else is just speculation and probably...
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    Well, that's what made me look into it. I wasn't...

    Well, that's what made me look into it. I wasn't noticing any benefit, so I looked it up. I would still add it to a bath, whether it helps or not. It is pleasant.
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    lol, it's not mine as if I'm attached to it! It's...

    lol, it's not mine as if I'm attached to it! It's just an interesting article I came across when researching if soaking my feet in Epsom salts does anything at all.
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    Skin is airtight. :D

    Skin is airtight. :D
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    Did you read it in its entirety? It disputes...

    Did you read it in its entirety? It disputes being able to absorb magnesium via epsom salts transdermally, which is what I was questioning.
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    Most people say a week but I would trust my...

    Most people say a week but I would trust my senses in these cases if stored in an air-tight container. If it doesn't look or smell good, it's probably not. If it looks and smells and tastes the same,...
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    Not sure about that... Do Epsom Salts Work?...

    Not sure about that... Do Epsom Salts Work?
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    Vacuum-sealed can last 2 years, I believe. You...

    Vacuum-sealed can last 2 years, I believe. You can often tell just by looking at something if it's gone bad; the freezer burn will be obvious.
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    I suggest using www.cronometer.com to plug in...

    I suggest using www.cronometer.com to plug in your food for a week or so to see how you are doing with nutrients. That will give you a better idea than guesstimates. :)

    And if you're not hungry,...
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