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  1. Re: Russia Approves World's First Coronavirus Vaccine Less Than Two Months of Testing

    What possibly could go wrong with this?! [Face palm]
  2. Re: You Must Not 'Do Your Own Research' When It ComesTo Science

    Oh yes, must abandon all efforts at independent thought. Sit down now and leave your fate up to the experts. No.
  3. Re: Rebuttal Of Study That Says Keto Diets Don't Work

    And no wonder so much distrust has built up about the official government recommendations for anything. When so many official edicts have been revealed to be just so much BS, sponsored by various...
  4. Re: Eat Less Red Meat, Scientists Said. Now Some Believe That Was Bad Advice.

    As usual, the devil is in the details. What was the animal fed during its life? "Red meat" from cattle can be toxic to humans if the animal is fattened quickly by being fed corn, soybeans, etc....
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    Re: The Mask Slackers Of 1918

    What Mr Wizard said. As well, there is a certain attitude and mind set among some people which says "it can't happen to me, I'm so special, it might happen to other people but not to me". I don't...
  6. Re: Some Vaccine Makers Say They Plan To Profit From Corona Virus Vaccine

    This really grinds my gears, that my taxpayer money should be used by these thieves to generate exorbitant profits for themselves.
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    Re: Raw Deal? (Raw millk sales)

    Goat meat is extremely popular around here. I don't particularly care for it, but as a properly prepared curry dish, it can be quite delicious. It's a Caribbean specialty.
  8. Re: If Relaxed Too Soon, Physical Distancing Measures Might Have Been All For Naught

    Same here. This is a small island, and our Covid cases had been in the single digits for several months. Then the desire for dollars took over the Governor's senses. Tourists and refinery workers...
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    Re: Raw Deal? (Raw millk sales)

    Let's not forget goats' milk, along with the cheese and yogurt made from it. It is available straight from the farmer, and I find it to be much more digestible than cows' milk products.
  10. Re: Blood Test Can Detect Cancer Years Before Symptoms Show

    Islander's question exactly is my concern about this and about all of the "screening" tests which constantly are being pushed at us. In my mind, if I were not to be doing anything differently with...
  11. Re: Covid-19 Vaccines With ‘Minor Side Effects’ Could Still Be Pretty Bad

    Would I take a chance on one of these new "not too many side effects" vaccines? Not a snowball's chance in hell.
  12. Covid-19 Vaccines With ‘Minor Side Effects’ Could Still Be Pretty Bad

    Hilda Bastian
    July 21, 2020

    MORE GOOD NEWS on progress toward an escape route from this pandemic: On Monday, vaccine researchers from Oxford University and the pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca...
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    Re: Turmeric Could Have Antiviral Properties

    Each year, I ask one of my my favorite local farmers as to how close we are to the end of the turmeric season. When it gets close to the end of season, I buy quite a lot of turmeric root and freeze...
  14. Re: Are Seed Oils Behind the Majority of Diseases This Century?

    It's too bad, because there was a time, actually for quite a few years, that I got more interesting information from the comments than from the articles. That time has gone. I have not been banned,...
  15. Re: No, Coconut Oil Does Not Threaten More Species Than Palm Oil

    If one reads the comments for this article, it adds some illumination to the issue.
  16. Re: The Real Reason Almonds Are Destroying California

    Yes, I think that the details were in the Nourishing Traditions cookbook.
  17. Re: The Real Reason Almonds Are Destroying California

    A long time ago, when I lived in a house which had a functioning oven, I used to soak raw, organic nuts in salted water overnight, then roast them under low heat for many hours (don't remember how...
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    Re: Showering daily — is it necessary?

    For me it is sort of personal. In the tropics in the summertime, I really can't stand myself if I don't at least rinse off daily. I always was taught to use soap only on "pits, parts, and feet",...
  19. Re: Which Is Better: Coconut Oil Or Olive Oil For Heart Health? Evoo Wins

    For me this is an easy decision; coconut oil for cooking, olive oil for salads and raw foods. Simple!
  20. Re: Fund Local Meat Processing, Not Big Meat Bailouts!

    And here on the island, our abattoir has been broken down for so long that it has been many months since I have eaten any beef. I refuse to eat feedlot beef imported from the States. Recently our...
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    Re: Unmasking Mask Science

    Where I live (Saint Croix) the wearing of masks or other face covering is mandatory, and it is enforced. The government has printed and issued signs which are posted in every store and office to the...
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    Re: Say No To A Forced Coronavirus Vaccine

    Did that!
  23. Re: There's Only One Way To Contract Covid-19 When Grocery Shopping

    This is wild! Here the use of plastic shopping bags is illegal. So one must bring one's own bag from home. Most people just carry several shopping bags in their vehicle, just like keeping several...
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    Re: 6 Incredible Teas That Lower Inflammation

    The corollary would be that whenever one is feeling a bit puny, as though coming down with a cold or something, the first two things that should be done are to stop all sugar intake and to increase...
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    Re: 6 Incredible Teas That Lower Inflammation

    I remember reading the transcript of an interview with Dr Pauling in which he said that he personally took 18 g of sodium ascorbate daily. Perhaps if one gradually works up to such a dosage, no ill...
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