New stream tonight: https://plus.google.com/events/cl3aab3ukodghasd4id6q37j0k0 Sorry for the late notice.
New stream tonight:
Sorry for the late notice.
Make, [then,] thyself to grow to the same stature as the Greatness which transcends all measure; leap forth from every body; transcend all Time; become Eternity; and [thus] shalt thou know God. Conceiving nothing is impossible unto thyself, think thyself deathless and able to know all,â€”all arts, all sciences, the way of every life. â€“ Corpus Hermeticum XI â€œThe Mind of Hermesâ€
Here is episode #8:
i caught most of it live, awesome show, super informative and interesting. i'm leaning more and more towards trying some upgraded aging sometime in the near future.
on the topic of proteins and stuff, is there any truth to the claim that goat whey protein is more beneficial to humans than cow whey protein?
Here's a question for you guys: How do you feel about grass-fed, aged cheeses? Think a really good, pastured cheddar. Healthful or insidious?
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^^ Not Hooper or Brisson, however I read something about broth recently. It was admittedly a non-academic source, but they made bone broth at home, per the usual recipe (good water, pastured bones, ACV to draw out the minerals and such, etc), and then sent in samples to a lab to get it tested. The mineral content was pretty unremarkable. It was high in protein, though (gelatin). Honestly, since reading that, I've stopped making broths except for use in soup recipes. It's a pain in the ass, the vitamins and minerals in it can be found elsewhere and it's much easier to supplement with gelatin or hydrolized collagen than to rely on bones for that.
I'll see if I can't dig up the experiment I'm referencing.
Here it is: A thread on the Mark's Daily Apple forum. Not a peer-reviewed paper or anything, but compelling.
Q: Is it true that skin conditions could indicate gut issues?
Q: Are high-mineral waters a good source of magnesium? I've found some +100mg/L Mg sources.
Concerning the balance of someone's acid/alkaline ratio: how important is it? What would happen if someone was too acidic, or too alkaline? What are your thoughts on kombucha tea?
What are your thoughts on kombucha tea?
Having read John's book... I'd watch out for random unknown bacteria in poorly made homemade kombucha, and Bacillus coagulans (spore former, much harder to kill if it becomes opportunistic) in some GT's bottled kombuchas. But it's up to you, some people seem to want spore-formers. However, it's worth developing a sense of which bacteria you want and don't want (it mostly breaks down by genus with a few species-level exceptions for specific conditions, so there's not too much memorization required.) Johns book breaks it down very well. I can now look at the label on a probiotic, kombucha, yogurt, or sauerkraut/kimchi and know if I want it in me. This is much better than having to remember which products I'm ok with. If it says "X billion bacterial colonies" but doesn't list what they are, I don't eat it. If it has Bacillus genus, (not to be confused with Lactobacillus) I don't eat it.
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Though I do not recommend spore formers out of all the bacterial HSO coagulans appears to be most beneficial and no case reports of infections. Take that what you will.
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Yep, I discovered coagulans on the label of a kombucha I was drinking at the time, and I've had no issues since. It's not something I freak out about, but I haven't deliberately ingested them since. I never noticed any real benefits from kombucha anyway, other than a great soda replacement, so I don't feel like I'm missing out.
Though perhaps the coagulans have been biding their time, just waiting until the conditions are right to sneak up into my small intestine...
Is MCT Oil really watered down coconut oil? SciBabe says so.
Yes - and butter is watered down milk. Also, oxygen is watered down water.
Thanks for watching, Joplin! Here is the YouTube video in case you decided to watch one of the biggest pay-per-view sporting events instead. Scheduling - another thing I need to work on...
Awesome! I've gotta watch this tonight. That's 2 episodes I need to catch up on now.