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Introductions / Re: Hi! New Here
« on: June 20, 2009, 05:50:39 PM »

 Please note that we have a separate forum for pure
introductions. Post there and I'm sure that you will get
response. Welcome!!

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Diet and nutrition / Re: Digestive problems-TMI warning
« on: June 13, 2009, 01:13:02 PM »

 Marika,

 I know these problems since long time. Growing up with an IBD, I know how frustrating and embarrassing these problems can be. Time has showed me that they are ruled by a few things:

 - The salt - hydration - temperature balance. If I eat something salty or a lot of salt, I usually need to drink a lot of water for my bowels to remain normal. The problems can occur if I stay out in warm temperatures with too little water as well.

 - Too many carbohydrates, especially raw fruits, vegetables. Tropical fruits and their juices are definite no-nos. You seem to have found out this by testing your way.

 - Of course if something in my food is sour.

 I hope that you can keep the diet up without this. Feel free to post your results here or write a PM directly to me if you wish. We are here to help.

 Regards.

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Diet and nutrition / Re: Diet Organizer
« on: April 12, 2009, 03:10:46 PM »
There are lots of diet organizer but i have to know weather you ll follow and why you need of them,,,,

 The poster has only made one post in here. That happened to be a link to a commercial web site... Spam!!

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Diet and nutrition / Re: Support me in a discussion against vegans
« on: March 20, 2009, 10:26:08 AM »


I think it's very possible for the world to be fed without petro-fertilizers. It just won't happen as long as corporations are making money off industrial, mono-crop farming. But that's a totally different argument... :)


 My guess is that the poster was referring to
transportation emissions. A vegetarin diet in the
Northern hemisphere relies on produce which has been
sent from across the world major parts of the year. That's
why it is not neessarily so much better for the
environment.

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Diet and nutrition / Re: Support me in a discussion against vegans
« on: March 06, 2009, 01:10:19 PM »

 Thank you for some of the tips that were provided here. I still feel that one should be prepared to meet vegans in a discussion, at least regarding the ethical issues. It does not help to stick our heads in the ground.

 

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Diet and nutrition / Re: Prehistoric Fruits & Veggies!
« on: March 04, 2009, 08:24:48 AM »

 Potatoes are definitely not paleo.

 

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Diet and nutrition / Support me in a discussion against vegans
« on: February 25, 2009, 04:06:12 AM »

 I'm up in an exchange of opinions on another site. If you
have the time and will to defend your dietary choice,
please go to
http://www.couchsurfing.com/group_read.html?gid=24&post=2330801
to take part of it. I would be Hakan Lane in there.

Please either register for the site, join the group and
post your responses or enter some arguments here. It's a
pretty good service, but I'm not trying to hook you up for
it because I'm affiliated with them. I just want some
support in an ongoing discussion. You can get out of there
afterwards. I would appreciate some help.

Thanks in advance.

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Introductions / Re: greetings to everyone
« on: February 17, 2009, 08:22:57 AM »

Hehe, ja jeg bor i Norge.  ;D Skandinavia er dekt. Representert med bare 3 personer.  :P Kjekt i allefall!  :)
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 Don't we have an Icelander around somewhere?

 

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Introductions / Re: greetings to everyone
« on: February 15, 2009, 11:06:08 AM »

Hei! Dansk? Nordmann her...  :) Velkommen!



 Här har ni en svensk!! Jag tror att hela Norden är
täckt. Dock bor jag faktiskt numera i Danmark.

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Research / Re: Scientists Map Neanderthal Genome
« on: February 15, 2009, 08:54:53 AM »

 Vert interesting post. This debate seems to be almost
eternal among scientists. I wouldn't expect it
to end with this.

 

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 Trying to answer your different questiobs one by one:

 - I'm not an expert on the egg issue. The opinion on them in the '
scientific community seems to swing a lot because of
the cholesterol connection. What arguements are used to
support Cordain's recommendation?

 - Restrict yourself to one major meal per day and the
fat should not be a problem. In fact, you will have
much better control of your hunger when eating more fat.
Remember that the Eskimos used to discard prey who they
did not find enough fat on.

 - Bacon and other smoked hams are carcinogenic and should
be avoided.

 Good luck with your various diet choices!!

 

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Diet and nutrition / Re: Can one lose body fat on excess calories?
« on: February 05, 2009, 08:26:31 PM »

 Do you plan to let doctors, the media or researchers
know about your results? It would be interesting to see what
the low fat proponents tell you!! My guess is that they
would just ignore it.

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Diet and nutrition / Re: de-salting food
« on: January 31, 2009, 01:43:24 PM »
 Why don't you just get food without added salt instead?
Looking at your examples, both fish and chicken can
be found in their "plain" form. You need to remove your
mind from the idea that you need to buy what the companies
put together for you.

 

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Diet and nutrition / Re: Getting enough calories
« on: January 27, 2009, 04:41:37 PM »

 Aren't there entire books with Paleo diet recipes to
buy?

 

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Diet and nutrition / Re: Paleo Diet/Warrior diet
« on: January 25, 2009, 09:49:29 PM »
What is the paleo/warrior diet?  also, by eating the way you do, how do add size or strength?  Do you get enough calories in?

 I assume that you know what the paleo part is by being
here. The "warrior" thing means that you eat lightly
or not at all during the day and that the main meal
comes at evening or during the night or even
early morning as the OP wrote. The idea is to follow
the routine that a hunter had and wait with eating
until the "prey" would have been caught.

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