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October 14, 2013 at 6:38 am in reply to: Vaccinations #13137
Thanks, those links were pretty useful :)
Where Chris decides not vaccine his children it seems he’s making the decision on an individual level. It can be argued that not vaccinating in a community that does is the best decision, freeriding the benefits of ‘herd immunity’. However, for a whole community it might be best to vaccinate, reducing the incidence of serious childhood diseases.September 24, 2013 at 11:42 am in reply to: Anybody into "alternative" tooth paste / powders / etc? #12799
Thanks Christ, I’m gonna try bar soap.September 23, 2013 at 2:33 pm in reply to: protein for a vegan #12770
I’ve looked through older fb pics of him. His gain looks more like 15 pounds instead of kilo’s.
Any idea about the cooked protein thing from that article? Is there any validity to it?September 21, 2013 at 11:57 am in reply to: protein for a vegan #12719
Reading a bit about it I found this article. It’s about protein and has a strong raw vegan bias but it is intelligently written.
I was especially wondering about what they say about cooked proteins. Is there any validity to it. Well, obviously it is not such a big issue.
But is it in theory true that uncooked proteins are better that cooked? Not talking about uncooked food vs cooked food, just the protein.September 18, 2013 at 1:49 pm in reply to: Lose Weight Fast #12700
I though this would be about how to lose weight the fastest: amputate your limbs.September 18, 2013 at 12:22 pm in reply to: Real Amy Thread #12699
Picture? Where? Now I’m getting curious :PSeptember 17, 2013 at 2:43 pm in reply to: protein for a vegan #12675
Was talking to a mostly fruitarian vegan recently. His diet had 5x grams of protein on average. Coming from fruit and rice and some veggies. He said he gained 15 kilo’s of muscle in one year, and he is muscular and very lean.
He showed me some graphs of his diet. Apparently he got like 11g of potassium and only 0.2g of sodium on average. He didn’t seem to think that was a bad ratio and he though peeing clear ten times a day was super duper. However, he reported feeling warm, relaxed and energetic all the time while before he was often cold. He’s eating like that for two years now. Though that was a bit strange. He does sleep 10-12 hours a day.
Anyway, back on topic, hearing this I think perhaps vegans don’t really need protein supplementation. Of course, more protein might have some hormonal benefits or something.September 8, 2013 at 2:23 pm in reply to: Anybody into "alternative" tooth paste / powders / etc? #12468
I often do oil pulling in the morning, that cleans my mouth and teeth pretty good. I also use toothpowder. Triend regular baking soda but it felt too abrasive.
Anybody have some info about glycerin? Like Esqueleto I’d be interested in that too.September 6, 2013 at 5:33 am in reply to: Anyone have experience with typical bodybuilding supplements? #12377
Do you have a reference for this Rodzilla, or is this based on people’s experiences?August 20, 2013 at 7:47 am in reply to: Want to try giving free advice to people. #11757
My own story and background I would of course add. I’m not a big fan of testimonials though.
Perhaps you can send me a facebook message explaining what you mean?August 19, 2013 at 5:59 pm in reply to: Want to try giving free advice to people. #11744
Oh, and I think you forgot that the spiritual and psychological part of my system will have them enter a permanent state of bliss and love for everything in the universe.August 19, 2013 at 5:41 pm in reply to: Want to try giving free advice to people. #11742
Haha, thanks for the laugh. I suppose that strategy could actually be effective in helping people. At least I would get people to do as I say. Talking about health in a more intelligent manner might not interest most people enough. Still, I want to try it that way. Perhaps I can help people to get a better understanding of what determines their wellbeing. It’ll be a hobby. “Act but do not reflect on the fruit of the act” I would like that I think, at least for now.
I’m looking for specific advice on how to get people interested, and on how to handle those that contact me. I at least want to have some people to talk to, otherwise it wouldn’t be much fun, but I don’t wan’t to give false promises.
I’m most unsure about the website, and how to do that. For example, I’m not really interested in writing at the moment, and I wonder how much information I would need to put online at first so as to actually get some people to contact me. Just some background info, a large summary of my current views spread over 20-30 articles, or something in between?
August 15, 2013 at 5:30 am in reply to: Iron – is Ray Peat right? Or do we need as much as some say? #11490
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What measurement of iron are you referring to?
I don’t know about the claims in this article, but it is interesting to read.
I haven’t tried it yet but I might experiment with it in the future. Ray Peat advises it in context with his other recommendations, especially vitamin K. I don’t think aspirin is something that can be used for health benefits regardless of the situation.