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    Say goodbye to your Primal meat Vegan victory is...

    Say goodbye to your Primal meat
    Vegan victory is nearly complete
    Bloody dinners shall be replaced
    With industrial glops in fleshy shapes
    Men have outdone nature yet again
    Or so they think with...
  2. Thread: Dandruff?

    by Paleophil
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    Some private messages from a beekeeper reminded...

    Some private messages from a beekeeper reminded me of another therapeutic that helped with my dandruff that was a surprise to me and will likely be a shock to some in this forum (and I hope this...
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    Per this Spudfit video, before the famine, the...

    Per this Spudfit video, before the famine, the Irish people ate "spuds and buttermilk and they used to have a long fingernail to peel the spuds with."...
  4. Thread: Dandruff?

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    Ah yes, I forgot that I tried water only too, but...

    Ah yes, I forgot that I tried water only too, but my dandruff didn't reduce and my hair got flat and greasy. A blogger said it would get better again after a while, but that didn't happen for me. I...
  5. Thread: Dandruff?

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    I've researched and tried dozens of...

    I've researched and tried dozens of things--dandruff shampoos containing various active ingredients, tea tree oil, essential oils (such as rosemary oil), coconut oil, vinegar, lemon juice, baking...
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    Potato Hack F/W 2014-2015!

    Yes, Tatertot has shared much in this thread that confirms your point--that the poor often ate little beyond potatoes, milk, tea, water, and oatmeal or (eventually) maize meal (mostly porridge and...
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    Potato Hack F/W 2014-2015!

    In the vid the md said it's not really lean mass, it's a category for everything other than body fat and connective tissue & bone, and was likely mostly water (in other words, negligible muscle...
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    Yeah, that was funny. Glad you liked it.

    Yeah, that was funny. Glad you liked it.
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    Amen to that. That was the worst of the vegan...

    Amen to that. That was the worst of the vegan forums I have seen and was thinking of.
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    My pleasure, KimLean. Yes, TQP's posts were...

    My pleasure, KimLean. Yes, TQP's posts were excellent, and I actually like that there's a wide range of opinion here, including the LCHF posters, instead of a monoculture of thought.

    I can...
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    I see what you mean. Sad to see that it's a bit...

    I see what you mean. Sad to see that it's a bit worse than I would have guessed, though at least they still use some palm oil instead of all vegetable oils and in one case "whole wheat flour."...
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    In this thread, Kimlean wrote about "whole...

    In this thread, Kimlean wrote about "whole unprocessed foods," which doesn't seem trollish to me. Maybe you're referring to another thread.

    The original Paleo diet of Dr. Boyd Eaton allowed for...
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    Yes, and I occasionally buy British/Scottish...

    Yes, and I occasionally buy British/Scottish biscuits or crackers here (granted, mostly crackers), as they help keep me from eating the much worse crap in vending machines at work. I haven't seen a...
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    gluten-free? what do you guys think?

    "ours is one of very few countries who mandate this enrichment so how do other countries fare? like france or italy?"

    Better than us--lower rates of disease without deficiencies. Plus, elevated...
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    Harvard scientist says Low Level Light Therapy...

    Harvard scientist says Low Level Light Therapy (LLLT) works via hormesis:

    Michael Hamblin
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2jXDftSLWIg&ab_channel=hormesis1ed

    Scientist Michael Hamblin says Low...
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    Ah, that's what I was thinking of, thanks, and...

    Ah, that's what I was thinking of, thanks, and it's even better, as it contains specific positive words about potatoes and RS:

    Reading that, it just doesn't make sense to try to drive away a forum...
  17. Thread: honey?

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    Yeah, bear-shaped bottle is a good general clue...

    Yeah, bear-shaped bottle is a good general clue to avoid the honey. :)
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    Primal without the fat, is it possible? :/

    Don't listen to the critics, Kim. I improved when I added potatoes and certain fruits and legumes to my Primal diet and cut back on added fat and muscle meat. I consider it quite Primal. I can even...
  19. Thread: honey?

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    honey?

    No there isn't and a lot of the info is based on assumptions, Paleomyths and Internet myths that get endlessly repeated. Don't rely solely on forums for your info, which is also a good general...
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    Hypermobile joints & frequent injury

    I used to be, and to the point where the family doc thought I might have Marfan's syndrome, but both greatly improved over the years after I went Primal, and there were further improvements in muscle...
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    One doesn't have to go into starvation mode to...

    One doesn't have to go into starvation mode to encounter issues during weight loss and it doesn't hurt to have a healthcare practitioner monitor progress and it especially makes sense when aiming for...
  22. Is it safe to cook different meats in the same pan?

    Like millions of other folks, I've eaten plenty of meat/fish raw, including salmon and steak, for quite a few years, so, yeah, it's plenty safe if it's fresh and decent quality and you don't have a...
  23. I was told that genetic susceptibility was a...

    I was told that genetic susceptibility was a possible factor in my hernia and a relative also told me that explanation scenario about the inguinal canal failing to fully close when "depositing the...
  24. Yes, I know thanks. Whether you get surgery or...

    Yes, I know thanks. Whether you get surgery or not I also recommend reading up on what helps the underlying problem of the weak tissues.

    When you choose to see a type of specialist you are often...
  25. BTW, my current Physician Assistant has not...

    BTW, my current Physician Assistant has not detected even a pre-hernia or any sign of the hernia.
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