I know, "Twin Peaks" is amazing. Although actually, I thought it all went downhill mid-season two (which is when Lynch stepped away from the project).
Originally Posted by Zach
That's interesting about the zinc... I think the dreams began a little before I started taking it, but is there a correlation?
Thanks for the encouragement
GG was okay. I love the story but it was all overshadowed by Baz Luhrmann's directing - which is pretty old hat by now. He's still doing the same things he did in 1996. Even DiCaprio didn't shine much. Re. the Hobbit - have you read the book? I couldn't bring myself to watch it cos' I hated what Peter Jackson did to LOTRs... I'm a purist when it comes to those books
What's the correlation between serotonin and the g-proteins? And does blood sugar impact serotonin (I remember Peat said there's a link tween BS and dreaming).
Originally Posted by Derpamix
Man, my memory is absolute rubbish at the moment.
It was a mistake to post a picture of that scone. Now every time I enter my journal it's there, beckoning to me...
Originally Posted by CiKi90
The courgettes don't get mushy! I grate them, heat them briefly, and then use them as a pasta substitute. They work great! I haven't tried cauliflower rice but I don't think I'd bother since I love real rice so much...
We can agree to disagree on DiCap. I think he's a phenomenal actor - have you seen "Revolutionary Road"? Not the greatest film, but he's amazing in it. I'm so annoyed he hasn't gotten an Oscar yet! And, of course, there's the face I fancied him big time when I was a teenager, and then he got quite weird-looking for quite a few years, but he's suddenly hot again! We have the same birthday. I think it's meant to be.
Originally Posted by PaleoMom
Ha, I did need to pee And I have had those kinds of dreams before (looking for a toilet), but they don't normally become nightmares. On the same note, when I'm hungover I often have dreams about trying to find water to drink, and just as I'm about to gulp some, someone pulls it out of my hands!
Originally Posted by PaleoMom
That's great you're seeing the scale move down! Glacial is good - means it leaves an impact, right? I actually looked at a photo of myself taken three months ago, and realised that I've lost a lot of weight in my face! So remember there are prob things happening that we can't measure too.
Pep tea is linked to infertility. My sister did the research ages ago, and told me the other day not to drink it.
"I think the basic anti-aging diet is also the best diet for prevention and treatment of diabetes, scleroderma, and the various "connective tissue diseases." This would emphasize high protein, low unsaturated fats, low iron, and high antioxidant consumption, with a moderate or low starch consumption.
In practice, this means that a major part of the diet should be milk, cheese, eggs, shellfish, fruits and coconut oil, with vitamin E and salt as the safest supplements."
- Ray Peat