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    We're glad to have you. Thanks!

    We're glad to have you. Thanks!
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    We hear you! We really, really do. We made every...

    We hear you! We really, really do. We made every effort to bump this Atlanta AHS back into October but the dates weren't working.

    How much does the temp matter though? We'll be in climate...
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    Warren Buffett...

    Warren Buffett

    "75% of men over the age of 80 have cancer cells in their prostate, but in elderly men cancer grows so slowly that the men are much more likely to die of something else"
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    So I looked and, you're right, I couldn't find...

    So I looked and, you're right, I couldn't find anything. Here's an interesting paper on copper metabolism in humans.

    I'm not willing to say though, at this point, that daily liver is a good idea....
  6. Thread: Celiac People

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    I wouldn't bother. Gluten is just one of the...

    I wouldn't bother.

    Gluten is just one of the problematic compounds in wheat and celiac is only one of the ways to be sensitive. You probably don't have celiac disease but react poorly, like 99%...
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    One thing that will work in your favor: on a...

    One thing that will work in your favor: on a paleo/primal/perfect health/traditional foods diet, you won't really be eating foods with labels. Makes things *so* easy.

    And if you do buy some stuff...
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    It would probably work. There are lots of youtube...

    It would probably work. There are lots of youtube vids and menstrualcup.org has great info. Fwiw, I have probably 10 different cups and most of them fit *very* differently.

    I really dislike the...
  9. I'd enlist the help of an OT or maybe even a...

    I'd enlist the help of an OT or maybe even a speech therapist (odd, I know) or someone specialized in feeding issues. Here in the states, feeding teams for babies are comprised of OTs, PTs and...
  10. I'd be wary of taking the hard line in a case...

    I'd be wary of taking the hard line in a case like this. There are real feeding issues that can be present and this is one.

    She barely eats anyway. It'd be interesting to see if the OP could...
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    Beef liver should probably be limited to 4 oz per...

    Beef liver should probably be limited to 4 oz per WEEK (I'd initially written day) to avoid risk of copper toxicity. Check amounts of selenium in kidney. while it varies (from very high to almost...
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    I would encourage you to be sure they're getting...

    I would encourage you to be sure they're getting plenty of carbs. There are many reasons kids shoudln't be on a restricted carb diet. Potato and rice are good options for them. Along with sufficient...
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    Best option for me is to simply make a lot of...

    Best option for me is to simply make a lot of primal food and eat it. Eat it every time I want anything. No other restrictions (at first), just fatty meat, egg yolks, lots of veggies (and veggie...
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    And it's really high in polyunsaturated fatty...

    And it's really high in polyunsaturated fatty acids that become rancid very easily.

    I wouldn't recommend flax really for anything. There is always a better option.
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    You're not alone. Just know you are *so* not...

    You're not alone. Just know you are *so* not alone.
  16. First Tier Chris Kresser:...

    First Tier
    Chris Kresser: http://chriskresser.com/
    Paul Jaminet: Perfect Health Diet
    J Stanton: GNOLLS.ORG - Home of J. Stanton and The Gnoll Credo
    Emily Deans Evolutionary Psychiatry
    David...
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    2nd this

    2nd this
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    While I'm all about using sufficient D, A, zinc...

    While I'm all about using sufficient D, A, zinc to prevent/treat flu along with green tea and the long list of herbs that can help, i see no reason *not* to get a flu shot in order to enhance my...
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    Right. Let's reframe. 6"2 guy walks into...

    Right. Let's reframe.

    6"2 guy walks into Nordstroms where purportedly, the same store clerk who waited on him a year ago, is working that very day.

    He shows her a picture of himself (much...
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    Really. I think it says a lot about his...

    Really. I think it says a lot about his judgement, his ability to think clearly and act appropriately and his awareness of how others react to him.

    Nordstrom, at least here in provincial Atlanta,...
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    Exactly. Just block his posts. They contain no...

    Exactly. Just block his posts. They contain no useful information and you'll be saving yourself a tremendous amount of annoyance.
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    Excellent summary!

    And to answer the question:
    What it comes down to is the snacky stuff. Anything that can be made into sweetener (ie dried fruits), cookies (flours) is something i have to...
  23. There is so much inaccurate info in fitday.... so...

    There is so much inaccurate info in fitday.... so so much.

    Either way though, that PUFA is *way* high.
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    Nitrates appear to be a beneficial, protective...

    Nitrates appear to be a beneficial, protective component of foods. Interestingly, veggies have more nitrates than cured meat:
    Whole Health Source: Nitrate: a Protective Factor in Leafy Greens
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    I'm not sure it would be possible to disagree...

    I'm not sure it would be possible to disagree more. The wrongness is just epic.

    There's been extensive discussion here about the biochemistry of ketosis. For some of us who've rarely or never...
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