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    http://wholehealthsource.blogspot.com/2009/12/butyric-acid-ancient-controller-of.html


    Though provoking.

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    I think the amount of fiber that is fermented in a human gut may be negligible. I think Stephan may be jumping to conclusions a bit.

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    but it may be enough to tilt the scales when it comes to controlling our metabolism. For me it reinforces my lifestyle changes continue to be in the right direction.


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    I saw that earlier. Maybe fibre does have its uses after all. Another reason why I'm happy to keep eating my veggies rather than go carnivore... But then I eat plenty butter too, I'm sure I have no shortage


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    I do love me a BAS...so I'll just keep on doing that.

    (And buy another jar of Ghee)


    The study might be a little overstated wrt to its meaning to humans; but I love those things anyway.


    Thanks for the link, Sir Grandma!


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    Interesting article. I always knew eating butter was the right way to go


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    I've noticed increasing meat consumption really makes digestion much more difficult than when eating lots of high fiber fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds. I had the best, easiest, painless digestion as a raw vegan.


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