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    Re: Mercury confusion

    Yes, I found that bit about selenium to be quite intriguing. Once I heard Dr Shade speak at a forum with others, and got to hear him go head to head with Andy Cutler. They disagreed about almost...
  2. Re: Organic Apples Have More Diverse Microbiome Than Chemically-Grown Ones

    Aw, shucks! ::turns red::
  3. Re: Audio Shows Hospital Kept Vegetative Patient on Life Support to Boost Survival Ra

    Mr Wizard to the rescue, as always. Yes, I have made copies and have given them to several local people, as well as to my niece in the states who has my will, as well. I appreciate the links. As...
  4. Re: Massive 5.6 pound avocado in Hawaii wins Guinness World Records title

    It's hard to describe the flavor, just like leaves I guess; I eat only the leaves. Just can't abide the taste or aftertaste of the beans / pods. Yes, the moringa trees are way cool; they even...
  5. Re: Organic Apples Have More Diverse Microbiome Than Chemically-Grown Ones

    I am a Mr Wizard fan, as well, and frequently find his contributions to a post more informative than the original article.

    Thank you Islander for the information about real apple cider no longer...
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    Re: Mercury confusion

    Of interest might be this interview with Dr Christopher Shade (I may have posted this previously, or it might have been another one). I thought the differentiation between methyl mercury (usually...
  7. Re: Massive 5.6 pound avocado in Hawaii wins Guinness World Records title

    How fortuitous! I just ate half a local avocado in my salad for dinner, along with some moringa leaves, picked with great thankfulness from one of the trees in my yard. Delicious.
  8. Re: Audio Shows Hospital Kept Vegetative Patient on Life Support to Boost Survival Ra

    Several years ago, I carried out a new advanced directive document. My attorney refused to do it for me, as he had disagreed with my rather extreme (in his opinion) views about what I did not want...
  9. Re: 10% Weight Loss Could Send Type 2 Diabetes Into Remission

    Maurya confirms all of this and then some. Islander is one amazing woman!
  10. Re: Vitamin C Therapy Linked To Better Survival Rates After Sepsis

    It has been said that one should take vitamin C up to "bowel tolerance". Interesting is that in severe cases of illness that bowel tolerance just never is reached. The body just gobbles up and uses...
  11. Re: For The First Time Walking Patterns Identify Specific Types Of Dementia

    Mercury again! Thanks Mr Wiz!
  12. Re: Effect of high-dose intravenous vitamin C on inflammation in cancer patients

    I'm so glad to see that the wheel once again has been reinvented. Thank you Dr Klenner and Dr Pauling.
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    Re: A Guide To Get Fit At The Gym

    I got tired of paying for a gym membership several decades ago, and began purchasing my own equipment, beginning with a pair of 20 pound dumbbells, and expanding my collection until I have most of my...
  14. Re: Vitamin E Found To Prevent Muscle Damage After Heart Attack

    Alpha tocopherol is essential for nutrition in Rats, who were the test subjects in almost all of the early vitamin E studies. Subsequently scientists have found that alpha tocopherol is significant...
  15. Re: For The First Time Walking Patterns Identify Specific Types Of Dementia

    So many questions. One could eat eggs for the choline, but then what are the cofactors which the body uses to convert choline into acetylcholine? I have been reading a bit about this topic...
  16. Re: Experimental Blood Tests To Detect Alzheimer's

    My response to this is to ask myself the usual question: What would I do differently if I knew? As currently no effective treatment is employed, nor is there any cure, I would do all the good...
  17. Re: Toxic Tattoo Ink Accumulates in Lymph Nodes, Causes Lifelong Cancer Risk

    I'm doomed!
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    Re: Can Exercise Slow Down Alzheimer's?

    Epigenetics at work again.
  19. Re: Iron Rich Foods May Cancel Out Tomatoes' Anti-Cancer Benefits

    One never should cook food which includes tomatoes in a cast iron skillet. Here is yet another reason for that avoidance.
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    Re: Eggs And Meat Reduce Dementia Risk

    Yes, excess fat is poured over dog kibbles.
  21. Re: Vitamin E Found To Prevent Muscle Damage After Heart Attack

    What Mr Wiz said; as well, quite a bit of evidence indicates that d-Gamma tocopherol is the most active one in humans. So why conduct the testing with d-alpha, or even worse dl-alpha tocopherol,...
  22. Re: Physical Fitness Linked To Better Brain Function

    Those were just my thoughts, Mr Wiz. Not exactly rocket science to see how physical activity can help kids learn.
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    Re: The autistic children of Donor H898

    A few random observations: So does one conclude that if nobody stands to make a boodle of money on a lawsuit, it must be presumed that no issue exists? Pretty sad state of our culture and society. ...
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    Re: The Water Wars Are Here

    At the individual level, some of us still do live like this. The vast majority of water wastage, however, is accomplished at the industrial level. The amount I save as an individual is just as...
  25. Thread: Save CBD Now

    by Maurya
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    Re: Save CBD Now

    Did that!
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