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  • in reply to: Crazy-ass Shit I've Tried Thread #9354

    Matt Stone
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    Oh you know I rocked the everloving shit out of a Qlink for a few months too. You’re in good company Jason.

    in reply to: Crazy-ass Shit I've Tried Thread #9313

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    Without question it was waving magical wands all over my body… Biogenesis. The wands were made in accordance with what was channeled from Lantos, a resident of Atlantis back during the day, using their advanced healing technologies. Turned out to not be all that advanced. http://www.interdimensionalhealing.net/top_10.html

    Although I did some pretty funny phone healings over the phone with some dude in Germany. http://www.reconnectivetherapy.com/herwig.htm That’s gotta be an honorable mention.

    in reply to: low carb diet, possible magnesium deficiency?? #9309

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    It can definitely cause electrolyte imbalances and problems with cramps, arrhythmia, and other electrolyte-related problems.

    in reply to: Hiking foods #9308

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    Fat and dried fruit definitely make up for deficits and don’t weigh down the pack too much. I usually bring hot dogs and cheese too and invariably end up eating higher in fat while hiking.

    in reply to: Cancer #9307

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    Sugary things, lol.

    in reply to: Need help with spoof blog name! #9306

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    I would nominate The Perfect Health Diet or the Perfect Human Diet, but those are already taken haha.

    in reply to: Need help with spoof blog name! #9305

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    Thomas has some great penis glamour shots according to his blog.

    in reply to: Hunger in Middle of Night #9303

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    In principle, the lower the metabolic rate the higher the adrenaline peak (between 2-4 am). Any kind of pro-metabolism type of work you can do has a strong chance at eliminating this tendency.

    in reply to: Headaches SUCK #9302

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    I find headaches are too to get rid of once they’ve set in. The triggers seem to be anything that is too far out of the ordinary. Consistency in your daily rhythms and routines would seem like a big asset to have on your side. Consistent bedtimes, mealtimes, meal structure, physical activity levels, and so on.

    in reply to: Lazy Meals #9300

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    Pretty much breakfast cereal and more breakfast cereal. It always treats me pretty well, has always been enjoyable, and is cheap and easy.

    in reply to: This girl is on fire! #9299

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    Sometimes being hot at normal temps equates to way better sweating and actually feeling not too bad in bad heat. Living in Florida, I can’t even take the garbage out without completely drenching all my clothes.

    in reply to: 180 Degree Failures #9103

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    Mike! The enigma!

    Well I hope you find some company just for reassurance that you are not the only person on earth who can stuff themselves silly and remain libido-less and constipated.

    There is the typical response to certain things and the atypical response to certain things. Your response has remained atypical and rare. Not saying that everyone experiences miracles and you were just unlucky. Everyone has varying degrees of success or lack thereof by implementing various dietary strategies, mine or otherwise. I’m not the least bit delusional about that.

    Good to hear from you and hope you find your way. Whatever that is. If I ever come across anything that I suspect might help, I’ll certainly let you know.

    in reply to: Fever/flu/sick #9102

    Matt Stone
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    The symptoms can definitely be eliminated faster with fasting and stuff like that. That doesn’t mean it’s the right approach (more like a good way to develop a chronic infection). I’d keep the food coming in and temps high if your body is not rejecting food and you have a decent appetite. Incinerate them lil’ bugs.

    in reply to: Nitric Oxide Opinions #9100

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    I’ve found nitric oxide to be noticeably powerful for workouts and stuff. Back in the supplement days, megadosing some arginine before workouts definitely made a huge difference with recovery, inflammation, muscle soreness, and workout quality. If that’s what you’re using it for.

    in reply to: Talk me down from the ledge PLEASE #9099

    Matt Stone
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    Everything you are experiencing in terms of changes with your body as your temperature goes from arctic to normal, exercise load lessens, food restrictions lessen, and calories increase… is totally normal and expected and elaborated upon in great detail in my books – Diet Recovery 2 especially. If you are going to be able to take this process to completion and give it a chance to possibly work for you (potentially eliminating your health problem and giving you unimaginable food freedom among other benefits) you are going to have to undergo some big psychological changes.

    At the very least, don’t make big decisions in a highly emotional state.

    You’ve taken the 180 blue pill and you’ll find you have trouble going back to low-carb and exercising crazily because your subconscious knows better now. Better to go through this once than repeatedly tiptoe in and out (much more fattening than just getting it over with, getting those temps up, and fully fat-proofing yourself). Good luck!!!

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