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  • in reply to: Need HELP increasing fat in diet… #15102
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    Leighton: I’m following another Ray Peat eating plan. You are suppose to eliminate all grains, veggies that grow above the ground and nuts. The gut has to be allowed to heal. The foods mentioned have toxins in them to dissuade animals from eating them. Below ground veggies fight fungus and viral infections. Get sugar from fruits. The pumpkin seeds are probably disturbing your gut. Also, no salmon or sword fish, they contain PUFAs that upset your system. If you have parasites look at the product called three-lac. I have recommended it to a dozen people, who had success with it. Easy to take. Best buy might be on drugstore.com But I think your issues are digestive

    in reply to: Need HELP increasing fat in diet… #14882
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    Regarding restless legs & fat. You might try NOW MCT oil. It is liquid. David Apray ( Bulletin Proof Coffee website) sells a super charged MCT oil. I have suffered from restless legs on and off for years. I realized that urinating so much was causing my electrolytes to become unbalanced, which was causing restless legs. I took potassium, zinc, and magnesium. Some people add calcium. It works most of the time. I read in one of Matt’s books that potassium isn’t what you should take, but rather salt. He also mentioned in an interview that after exercising to get back your balance to drink things like Gatorade, but said the soda, Sierra Mist, was the best. Another thing I discovered about restless legs was that your pelvic could be unbalanced, putting pressure on your legs. Not many people know about this and it is a situation that you don’t know you have. Finally, the last cause could be your lower back. If you hip bones are not supported properly, it puts pressure on your legs, causing problems. Chairs and couches don’t offer that support. Same as mattresses. Try sitting on a small board that won’t allow your hips to drop, which puts pressure your lower back. Stand up often.

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