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  • We advocate eating grass-fed meat, which means it is farmed responsibly. Now read this article by George Monbiot of The Guardian: http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2010/sep/06/meat-production-veganism-deforestation
  • Thanks. Chris Kresser says that Coconut milk contains FODMAPs, but on this list they're listed as Low FODMAP foods to be enjoyed: http://livinghappywithibs.files.wordpress.com/2013/04/low-fodmap-foods-to-enjoy-20140406.jpg Maybe coconut milk j…
  • Update: OK, so placebo effect or not, this thing seems to work. I was away from BJJ for 6 weeks and I hit the mats, trained moderately, started to get sore that night, which is when I found this thread. I did the technique that night after a 2…
  • Cool post. I stumbled across it because I was also having muscle soreness from taking a break and then starting jiu jitsu again. The paced breathing app on the playstore is pretty good too. I'll see how I feel tomorrow, after a double training da…
  • Dave on smoked foods from podcast 7: Dave Asprey: Smoked foods are not particularly good for you and cold smoked is better than hot smoked. Cold smoked has far less damaged protein in it and I eat cold smoked salmon pretty darm often. Cold smoked…
  • Just something to point out, I've never seen any 'grass-fed butter' which says 'grass-fed' on it. Not sure if KG says it on their butter bricks, but I know that Organic Meadows, nor Liberte' say 'grass-fed' on their label.    Also, why would t…
  • Oh, my bad. Ok. Tallow still has a smoke point of 420 degrees F though. But I guess that doesn't mean the other fats in it won't oxidize, right? Would it be be better to deep fry in coconut oil?
  • Tallow is 100% saturated fat, which is stable at high temperatures, and is highly resistant to heat and oxidation (due to being saturated). I plan to deep fry things at around 375 degrees F, which  is way below it's smoke point of beef tallow (42…
  • I seem to get a rash every time I take MCT oil now, or become slightly ketogenic. I still take it though, because of the associated benefits it has with reversing Alzheimer's, and so I add a little here and there to be a preventative measure.
  • I make mayonaise all the time (not a euphemism) and put it over sardines and mash it into a tuna salad. I use this recipe from nomnompaleo, and use macadamia or avocado oil, and I throw in some MCT too. Probably not bulletproof if you use maca…
  • Oh cool, so did she just eat more carbs when she was in high ketosis? Sometimes I get a rash even when it's not so high though. I haven't monitored it super close though. I'm currently on day 2 of a water fast so I can monitor my ketosis with str…
  • I think MCT does increase thermogenisis, every time I drink it for a few days I end up with a heat rash on my chest (keto-rash).
  • I agree, and also, if you have a sedentary lifestyle and aren't already crazy active, you will fall off the bandwagon at somepoint. With a more paleo lifestyle, there is no bandwagon to fall off, unless you start exercising like crazy, in which case…
  • You're probably right, but if I can get something for even $269 that can help me to see if I'm in Alpha, with any level of detail, that would be quite useful for my meditation and stuff.
  • This looks kinda cool, but might not be as useful, unless you sit in a room with mirrors: http://produceconsumerobot.com/thinkingcap/
  • It's only $269 too, which is pretty cool, and it comes with a headband, software, and a basic SDK so you can make your own programs if you're that-way inclined (I am). https://www.shoplocket.com/products/PaxCP-reserve-your-muse
  • Having said that, Chris Kresser says that that whole nitrate nitrite thing is a myth: http://chriskresser.com/the-nitrate-and-nitrite-myth-another-reason-not-to-fear-bacon
  • This: http://www.grasslandbeef.com/Detail.bok?no=1186  It's almost always out of stock though.
  • It would be good if they had percentage of population figures next to each SNP.
  • Wait what? You emailed who?  T&C? Terms and Conditions? Yea, you can post a screen shots of results that don't have your personal info on it.      P.S Obama care? lol  I emailed Genetic Genie.  Obamacare doesn't cover l…
  • I emailed them and they said they don't enforce the T&Cs and that it's ok to post them here. Just know that insurance companies can use this info to deny payouts and coverage.
  • I would also like to understand this, thanks to Rod. lol I did the methylation and detox analysis. The methylation one was cool, cause it had all the info underneath, but the detox one will require more research. I have a few red detox ones, a…
  • Get your raw data and put it geneticgenie.com post results         Will do. Thanks man! (p.s. it's .org :P) Edit: On second thought, what do they do with my entire genome once I submit it? I have to see if there's any danger i…
  • With the "ignoring lipid panels" part, it's interesting because when I first got my 3 month BP blood results, I FREAKED OUT. But then I read a lot more about cholesterol, and now I'm not so fussed. (Check this out: http://eatingacademy.com/nutrition…
  • Pros: Tastes better. Seems stronger. Cons: Takes longer. Won't melt butter. I personally couldn't understand why people drank coffee until I drank a shot of cold brew. I drank it slowly and it seemed to absorb in my tongue and alter my state o…
  • You may have to switch from butter to ghee too, to get rid of some milk solids which I believe have FODMAPs. I read this article a while ago that talked about similar stuff: http://bulletproofphoenix.com/when-the-bulletproof-diet-isnt-working/
  • That's the one I gave you right? That was a while ago, you're sure getting better at it. I was getting better at it, but then I moved and stopped exercising for a while. Now I'm doing BBS stuff once every 7 to 12 days.
  • So doing an RFLP for two days is basically the same thing?
  • Putting them in a paper bag with tomatoes works too.http://vegetarian.about.com/od/cookingtipstools/qt/ripenavocados.htm
  • wow that seems like a really short time..how does it turn out?0 crisp? Yea, if you eat it at the right time. Otherwise it becomes a bit chewy, but it's healthy and tastes awesome still