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Living in Europe and particularly in Northern France where cream is a component of so many dishes, I might be out to offer a little bit of insight and experience. When adding cream to any dish, take the dish off the heat and allow it to cool for a minute or so before you add…

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Whenever I’m invited out I always let my host and hostess know about what I can eat well ahead of time. It saves embarrassment and many do pick it up as a challenge. It certainly provides something to talk about during the meal as many a host will actually look out for something that they’ve…

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Yes other people do seem to be really really really really more interested in what we eat than what we are ourselves and they seem to enjoy pointing that out to all when we’re in the restaurant with them and there are many many reasons why they’re like that; some of you have already listed…

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Below is another one of my comments on a post at Jimmy Moore’s about diabetes    Jimmy Moore wrote: The Best Diet to Avoid Diabetes: http://www.diabetesincontrol.com/index.p…om_content ~ People say to just ignore media comparisons of the best diets for this and that. But THIS is precisely why the annual U.S. News & World Report diet rankings are…

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Another post from jimmy Moore about good bacteria that I have replied on   Jimmy Moore said: Good Bacteria in the Intestine Prevent Diabetes, Study Suggests:  Why is gut flora so important? This new research shows that keeping all those good buggers where they need to be is a great way to ward off diseases…

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Below is a copy of the post at Jimmy Moore about lard that I have commented on   ajcf1995 said: Where do you get healthy lard? All the lard I ever find at the store is made from ‘hydrogenated’ lard and lard. I really want to avoid foods with the word ‘hydrogenated’ anywhere on the…

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Another post at forum.lowcarber.org about eggs that I have commented on just recently   From Sallybear: If you are low carbing, how many eggs is it safe to eat. I eat loads.   My response: Hi Sallybear, You can eat as many eggs as you like providing they are coming from a certified organic source. If you’re…

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Below is a copy of the post over at Jimmy Moore’s regarding low carb and fasting that I have replied on   From JimmyMoore: Super-Low Carb Or Intermittent Fasting?: http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/ask-the-…sting.html ~Why not both? Eating a high-fat, moderate protein, low-carb ketogenic diet will spontaneously make you IF naturally. That’s what I’ve found doing my n=1 experiment testing nutritional ketosis…

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This is a copy of the post at forum.lowcarber.org where I have commented on about childhood obesity   IdahoSpud: While a great deal of research on childhood obesity has spotlighted the long-term health problems that emerge in adulthood, a new UCLA study focuses on the condition’s immediate consequences and shows that obese youngsters are at far greater…

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This is a copy of my comment on a post over at forum.lowcarber.org regarding induction   kim_va said: Hello everyone I have been on phase one now for 3 weeks. I dont know if I want to move on or not. I want to say on phase one to lose more weight, but then again, I want…

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