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    The two issues are related. If your esophagus is...

    The two issues are related. If your esophagus is already damaged, yes, any acid (including ACV) will burn going down, and it'll be easier to take the HCl pills, since they won't dissolve until...
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    Popular anthropology articles are even worse than...

    Popular anthropology articles are even worse than popular nutrition articles.

    First, Paranthropus boisei is NOT ANCESTRAL TO MODERN HUMANS. The entire Paranthropus line died out over a million...
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    When I get a touch of acid reflux, I down a...

    When I get a touch of acid reflux, I down a couple tbsp of vinegar and it goes away. (This only happens to me when I'm eating dirty because I'm trying to bulk up.) Apple cider vinegar tastes best to...
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    gergirl: That sounds like a good plan. And...

    gergirl: That sounds like a good plan.

    And yes, "calories" are a rule of thumb. You can use them to estimate about how much food you're eating -- but given how inaccurate they are, I wouldn't...
  5. Yet another ChocoTaco thread that goes like this:...

    Yet another ChocoTaco thread that goes like this:

    1. Post a purposely inflammatory article by someone who makes a lot of claims that are totally unsupported, ignorant of basic biochemistry, and/or...
  6. Lazarus: I apologize for my sharp tone. I've...

    Lazarus:

    I apologize for my sharp tone. I've seen so much factually incorrect Peatarian dogma thrown around here on MDA -- and persisting despite repeated debunkings -- that I assumed you were...
  7. Bump for Chocotaco...do you have any response?...

    Bump for Chocotaco...do you have any response? (Summary of the scientific literature in #324 above)
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    I'll just leave this here: Can You Really Count...

    I'll just leave this here: Can You Really Count Calories? (Part V of “There Is No Such Thing As A Calorie”)

    The other articles in the series are worth a read. And yes, it's still in progress!
    ...
  9. If you had read the abstract of the first study I...

    If you had read the abstract of the first study I quoted, you would have seen the following: "Results from twin studies suggest that genetic factors explain 50 to 90% of the variance in BMI" ......
  10. Before continuing, I will clarify in order to...

    Before continuing, I will clarify in order to avoid the looming strawman.

    magnolia1973: "So if obesity is explained by genes, does that mean that whether I eat crap or paleo that I'm doomed to be...
  11. You need to go back and read a basic biochemistry...

    You need to go back and read a basic biochemistry text before posting trivially false bunkum. Even a basic physiology text like Kenney will have this information, usually in the first few chapters. ...
  12. Here you go: Evidence suggests stanols and...

    Here you go:

    Evidence suggests stanols and sterols are ‘good’ for cholesterol but bad for health | Dr Briffa's Blog - A Good Look at Good Health

    The medical director of the British Heart...
  13. Can you please tell me which of my peer-reviewed...

    Can you please tell me which of my peer-reviewed citations to the fact that obesity is roughly 2/3rds genetic (or epigenetic) are invalid?



    That's interesting. What led you to decide that you...
  14. Not in this specific case. The paper I'm quoting...

    Not in this specific case. The paper I'm quoting (Ramsden 2010) specifically addresses Mozaffarian et.al. in great detail, which is why I quoted it above in message #51.

    Anyone who has spent...
  15. Yes, I've read the actual study. It's not free...

    Yes, I've read the actual study. It's not free fulltext, but there are copies floating around the web that a quick Googling will likely reveal to you.

    Their demolishing of the Finnish Mental...
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    A 3.5 cft chest freezer will hold a 1/4 beef, and...

    A 3.5 cft chest freezer will hold a 1/4 beef, and a 7 cft chest freezer will hold a 1/2 beef, under most circumstances.

    Exceptions: you bought a GIANT Angus or Belgian Blue where a side (1/2...
  17. There's only one problem with this article: it's...

    There's only one problem with this article: it's wrong.

    "The REAL primary driver of obesity and illness is human behavior."

    Actually, the majority of obesity is due to genetic factors.

    Behav...
  18. That's a nice cherry-pick by either you or AA...

    That's a nice cherry-pick by either you or AA (not sure which) -- but it shows unfamiliarity with the body of research. It turns out that if you separate interventions that provide n-3 along with...
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    "I want to cultivate this assertive new side,...

    "I want to cultivate this assertive new side, because I believe it has wonderful potential, but I'm really not wanting to be "that guy" who goes around like a jerk treating other people like...
  20. Dawkins' contributions to the modern evolutionary...

    Dawkins' contributions to the modern evolutionary synthesis are almost entirely from The Selfish Gene and The Extended Phenotype, both of which I summarize in my Recommended Reading list. His other...
  21. Aragon already trolls himself into nonexistence...

    Aragon already trolls himself into nonexistence on pages 9-10:

    Page 9: "Immediate ancestors of modern humans are believed to have evolved in the tropics (i.e., Africa) roughly 200,000 years ago,...
  22. That's a Ray Peat-ism AFAIK. I don't take it...

    That's a Ray Peat-ism AFAIK. I don't take it seriously. Here's why.

    Your skin doesn't suddenly just become damaged in a few weeks, or ever 2.5 months. The cells simply aren't dying and turning...
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    The two are connected. Aversion to strong and...

    The two are connected.

    Aversion to strong and bitter tastes is very common during pregnancy: look to the blandest foods possible. I'm not a huge fan of the potato brigade that's taken over here...
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    Any chelate is fine: that means anything ending...

    Any chelate is fine: that means anything ending in "-ate".

    Magnesium Citrate
    Magnesium Malate
    Magnesium Glycinate
    Magnesium Orotate

    Citrate is generally cheapest, but has the greatest...
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    Microwave burritos Non-dairy creamer Anything...

    Microwave burritos
    Non-dairy creamer
    Anything you can buy at a gas station
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