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    This was good to see, the tide turns eventually,...

    This was good to see, the tide turns eventually, even if it is slowly.
  2. I found that of interest, in fact I have shared...

    I found that of interest, in fact I have shared the first link with a friend who a psychiatrist (about to retire).

    The second link re UCT, is a very sad reflection of society today. Whether it is...
  3. Interesting. Gives us some thing to think on...

    Interesting. Gives us some thing to think on when reaching out for something - why do I need this, am I feeling some type of pain.

    A few years ago, when I was in a dark place due to health and...
  4. Could be HC but then what is the answer to...

    Could be HC but then what is the answer to reducing your pain? Is it emotionally or physical?
  5. I also got lost. I understood the first bit...

    I also got lost. I understood the first bit about reactions to opioids because I have a bad reaction to morphine. I think I understood that certain foods can act on pain receptors and that there is...
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    Their beef loves lovely. I have booked marked...

    Their beef loves lovely. I have booked marked the site. Well done to Bristol Uni.
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    What about freedom of choice? Students,...

    What about freedom of choice? Students, lecturers, all support staff and visitors have the right to make up their own minds. Let me take in a steak sandwich made with a chaffles.
  8. This falls in line with the advice when it was...

    This falls in line with the advice when it was thought I had cancer 3 times. Whilst waiting for the results the first time I was told to cut considerable my carb intake with emphasise on sugar, which...
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    It is clearly written that anyone, who is able to...

    It is clearly written that anyone, who is able to read, can follow the content of this. Thank you Ted.
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    This is as bad as fish on Fridays. Schools had...

    This is as bad as fish on Fridays. Schools had fish on Fridays because Friday was a religious fasting day from eating meat but fish was permitted.
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    That is what I said on another thread a few days...

    That is what I said on another thread a few days back about the size of hospital staff.
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    This is not even worthy of an answer but there...

    This is not even worthy of an answer but there will be many.
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    Gosh SIL loves chilli and can get down re his...

    Gosh SIL loves chilli and can get down re his work, so not sure now where to warn him of chilli or encourage him to eat more - what a dilemma.
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    One only has to look at staff that walk the...

    One only has to look at staff that walk the corridors of hospitals, who shop in the WRVS shops and Costas in the hospital grounds, to see what is wrong with the advice given. Totally ignoring those...
  15. My BMI is 44, all the consultants apologise for...

    My BMI is 44, all the consultants apologise for using that figure saying we know you are not "fat" but it is all we have to go on.

    They now cannot get a BP reading, even by putting the cuff around...
  16. Very encouraging article. We could have told him...

    Very encouraging article. We could have told him that ages ago.

    Only thing is will people who are uncertain still buy the highly processed spreadable fat in tubs rather than proper butter,...
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    However, when people cut back on red meat and ate...

    However, when people cut back on red meat and ate more fish, chicken, eggs and vegetables, their risk of dying over the eight years fell. Substituting one 85g serving of red meat — about three thin...
  18. Well, that would be the bases of an interesting...

    Well, that would be the bases of an interesting study, if done correctly with proper controls and no meddling by the junk food industry.
  19. Good article and a revelation considering not so...

    Good article and a revelation considering not so long ago low carb (high or healthy fat) was the bad boy on the block.

    Hope they stick to eat real food as well and that part does not become lost...
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    I have just managed to read the article after a...

    I have just managed to read the article after a friend emailed it to me and I created time to give it my attention. I to was disappointed by the mention of WW.

    It reminded me of Dr. Richard...
  21. I saw the same headline yesterday and thought...

    I saw the same headline yesterday and thought tell me something new.

    The detail of the study as Hugh has given us was not mentioned.
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    I worked in the field of child abuse and never...

    I worked in the field of child abuse and never came across such an extreme case of malnutrition as this.
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    They maybe vegan on the day they were surveyed...

    They maybe vegan on the day they were surveyed but who knows what they ate the following day.
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    21g is 0.74ozs Someone, somewhere has the...

    21g is 0.74ozs

    Someone, somewhere has the figures wrong, probably left off a 0

    250g is 8.8ozs

    I can never get my head around a portion of veg as being 80g, why not 100g would make life much...
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