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    So I have recreational shopping to thank for all...

    So I have recreational shopping to thank for all the lovely new, cute, well-fitting items I keep getting from charity shops? To be honest, charity-shopping is more fun than recreational shopping....
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    Another one saying no. Unless there's a medical...

    Another one saying no.
    Unless there's a medical reason, of course.
    1: It's irreversible. If he changes his mind 20 years from now, he ought to be in a position to change the outcome, not have to...
  3. If you want to imagine a state of war or another...

    If you want to imagine a state of war or another disaster that causes a complete collapse, it's like a scale, where the upper limit is a normal life expectancy and every extra positive trait adds a...
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    If you have an allergic or intolerant reaction to...

    If you have an allergic or intolerant reaction to eggs or milk, try cutting out chicken or beef, as cross-reactivity happens. This would clear most of your issues, if that's the problem.
    When...
  5. Points to consider: -Ideal macronutrient...

    Points to consider:
    -Ideal macronutrient quantities and food types are established by genetic patterns. Rice has fewer toxins and those Asians who ate more carbs traditionally are better adapted to...
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    I tend to view it as that eating a good diet...

    I tend to view it as that eating a good diet gives you a natural 'setpoint' to start from, tweaking that diet gives your body the building blocks for different variations on its natural setpoint and...
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    I'm still trying to find an argument that jogging...

    I'm still trying to find an argument that jogging for hours on end is a natural human activity beyond the occasional persistence hunt or migration. (And persistence hunting / jogging a distance...
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    If it's a chicken egg, it's because some breeds...

    If it's a chicken egg, it's because some breeds of chicken regularly lay decoy eggs to improve survival chances for their real babies. (This is why most of these breeds were selected as farm...
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    Conventional cardio is too boring to be worth my...

    Conventional cardio is too boring to be worth my time, so I'm happy without it. I guess I DO do 'fast' sessions of calisthenics (20-30min of continual calisthenics or yoga; last one was 250 squats...
  10. Gives kids balanced meal. Fined $10. Meal supplemented with crackers.

    From the DailyFlail, so forgive the slightly inaccurate title.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2509705/Mother-fined-putting-Ritz-crackers-childrens-lunch.html

    So...
  11. One of many things I never got about fruitarian...

    One of many things I never got about fruitarian diets: they recommend VAST amounts of cardio and drinking HUGE amounts of water. This is to help them burn through the sheer amount of carbs and flush...
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    Depends on who you are and what you react to....

    Depends on who you are and what you react to.
    -gluten is a common irritant which can trigger problems in sensitive individuals (Coeliac, IBS, Crohn's, leaky gut...)
    -sometimes the gluten isn't the...
  13. Poll: "Fit, increasing lean mass." would be the best...

    "Fit, increasing lean mass." would be the best fit. Then just leave that comment to clarify. Polls don't allow more than 10 options. :)
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    Non Paleo/Primal? "The Vitamin Bible" by Earl...

    Non Paleo/Primal?
    "The Vitamin Bible" by Earl Mindell.
    "The Metabolic Typing Diet" by William Wolcott and Trish Fahey.
    "The Complete Guide to Food Allergy and Intolerance" Professor Jonathan...
  15. Poll: How long have you kept fit? (Read before voting!)

    So, there's this thing doing the rounds that after 5 years, whatever diet or lifestyle change you make, you won't be at your goal weight/fitness level anymore (some even claiming that you'll be...
  16. Celery having nitrates isn't really a sound...

    Celery having nitrates isn't really a sound endorsement for their consumption. 99.9999% of the time I find them vile and when I fancy them, a stalk of two suffices. That hardly matches the quantities...
  17. Back bacon isn't too bad for protein, though....

    Back bacon isn't too bad for protein, though.
    Your post literally just reminded me of what Americans call 'bacon'. This BF post has it right (no 5):...
  18. Primal problems with bacon: -conventional pork...

    Primal problems with bacon:
    -conventional pork
    -nitrates
    -mildly processed meat (grouping it with burgers and sausages in those studies doesn't really categorize it well unless the sausages were...
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    Well, I'm a cunt, but I wouldn't know where to...

    Well, I'm a cunt, but I wouldn't know where to start finding something to call them... I want to post a comment, not run for 'office' against them. :/
    Thanks for mentioning, anyhow. Didn't know it...
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    Almost every colour is based on cultural...

    Almost every colour is based on cultural appropriation. In some areas of India they used to see black and dark blue as the same colour, calling it simply 'dark', this confusion is brought to light...
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    Censorship of HuffPost health articles?

    This article: The Five Stages of Living With Obesity | Arya M. Sharma, MD
    So, several incorrect points in it. Decided to correct one of them. Namely the most obvious: that obesity is 'incurable'. ...
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    Been busy. You needn't eat a specific food...

    Been busy.



    You needn't eat a specific food to be adapted to it, not necessarily. It just improves your chances.
    And super-foods are just hype. A goji berry is nothing compared to a blueberry...
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    Yet (speaking as a carer for a man with...

    Yet (speaking as a carer for a man with pancreatic diabetes) sugar (and therefore insulin) spikes vary from person to person. He has his biggest spikes if he eats at McDonald's, where he has a...
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    Take two whole pork cheeks. Tenderize them...

    Take two whole pork cheeks. Tenderize them (hammer, not salt). Marinate in maple syrup, paprika, salt and pepper for at least 5 hours (best 12-24).
    Pan-sear them (dry, in butter or in their own fat)...
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    A chunk of my research is from pre-"Gluten-free...

    A chunk of my research is from pre-"Gluten-free is a fad" years and various allergists and non-conventional food specialists, just to ensure that the research is confirmed by sources that aren't...
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