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    Primal may help. My wife has had eczema since I...

    Primal may help. My wife has had eczema since I have known her, some 17 years now. Tried creams, creams and gloves at night to prevent the pain. Medication. Antihistamines.

    Until she went...
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    I've had my KSOs for under a year. I mostly work...

    I've had my KSOs for under a year. I mostly work out at the gym in them and walk in them, but do occasionally throw in some sprints and a little light jogging. They have solved my foot problems. I...
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    I do a couple things to help ease the burden of...

    I do a couple things to help ease the burden of eating real food:

    Big Cook day on weekend is key.

    Breakfasts:
    -I like hard boiling a bunch of eggs for the week. They come in handy as a meal...
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    Poll: For me I find the liquid fish oil from Carlson...

    For me I find the liquid fish oil from Carlson the easiest on my life. You can taste it is is not right(rancid). I had a rather bad experience with bargain fish oil capsules(felt terrible,...
  5. I second carlsons in the liquid form if the kids...

    I second carlsons in the liquid form if the kids will take it. My younger son really likes taking Carlson for Kids brand from carlson as it comes in a chewable capsule and has a better flavor. If...
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    Hey Griff, I just wanted to say that I don't...

    Hey Griff,
    I just wanted to say that I don't really love exercise but know I have to do some of it.
    I am 365s now down from 408, so I can understand being large and maybe makes by opinion...
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    +1 porterhouse as for my favorite. However, my...

    +1 porterhouse as for my favorite.

    However, my most common beef dinner is marinated london broil. cooked med-rare and sliced thin.
  8. I would suggest if you can't pick up the book,...

    I would suggest if you can't pick up the book, check out your local library or request it.

    The paleo dieat by Loren Cordain is an alternative to get most of the rationale for the diet, although...
  9. Thread: quit smoking

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    I quit a few years ago. maybe four now. I echo...

    I quit a few years ago. maybe four now.
    I echo the do it when you switch up your routine, like a vacation or a trip. I chewed the nicotine gum for quite a few months, then one day decided the nic...
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    wasn't there a post your fridge pic around here a...

    wasn't there a post your fridge pic around here a while back? Interesting for comparison purpose.
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    I eat a spoonful in the morning and anytime I...

    I eat a spoonful in the morning and anytime I need to fight off a carb-craving like Phil-SC. I find if I forget in the morning I start to get hunger sooner in the day. Usually I eat a nice...
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    Speaking as a large and heavy person myself. 360...

    Speaking as a large and heavy person myself. 360 down from 410lb.

    I would say walking at low pace is great, start there.
    A couple times a week do the interval walking MattyD suggested above. ...
  13. Thread: Vibrams

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    Bought a pair of KSOs today. Sweet.

    Bought a pair of KSOs today. Sweet.
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    Quoted from ommmmaggie > >I had a pretty good...

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    >I had a pretty good day primal wise.
    >Geekfish, what did you eat today? Looks like a very good day.
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    Breakfast:
    3 Eggs cooked in butter
    Some ham
    tablespoon...
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    Mine looked like: Cal:2566 Fat: 196g (67.1%)...

    Mine looked like:
    Cal:2566
    Fat: 196g (67.1%)
    Carbs: 38.2g (5.8%)
    Protein: 178.9 (27.1%)

    I had a pretty good day primal wise.
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    I put a raised container bed in this year and a...

    I put a raised container bed in this year and a lot of potted herbs. Started some of the plants a month ago inside. See if I can grow some of my own veggies this year. Tomatoes, peppers (bell and...
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    1st, I always kind of laugh when people call...

    1st, I always kind of laugh when people call thermodynamics to justify calorie in = calorie out. The human body is not a system in equilibrium in the thermodynamic sense and also it is a very-very...
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    http://freetheanimal.com/2010/01/the-hidden-benefit-of-the-sad-iodine.html


    Free the animal has a long article on cold hands feet and iodine.
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    The link OnTheBayou posted was great as well. Actually another viable viewpoint from someone at the front lines so to speak.


    When she puts the numbers in perspective at the end it is rather...
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    My mother is a terrible cook. Frankly I learned to cook from the television when a teenager. "Yan can cook" and "the Frugal Gourmet" and later the food network, Emeril, Mario, and the crew.


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    For me:

    (1) Good multivitamin

    (2) Omega 3 fish oil supplement

    (3) Vitamin D 10-15K IU a day.

    (4) Multi mineral supplement
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    This talk is inspiring. The part in there where they were asking kids to identify the vegetables was shocking.


    Another great talk on food politics is by Michael Pollan.
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    Just Finished "The vegetarian Myth"

    Just finished Michael Pollan's "Food Rules"

    Working on "The back of the napkin"
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    Interested link.


    The speaker confuses modern industrial farming with meat itself. He ignores also the impact of grain farming and industrial farming on the environment or assumes there is none? ...
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    I think this post is pertinent.

    http://www.marksdailyapple.com/chips-vs-steak/


    I complained about the cost of buying real food (more meat, eggs, vegetables) when I started.

    Then I say this...
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