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  1. Thread: Peter Attia

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    Thanks Ted. Was feeling a bit abandoned, on a...

    Thanks Ted. Was feeling a bit abandoned, on a boat on my own. It’s hard not to follow the crowd, to question. Realising that I personally have to clarify to myself what I believe and back it up with...
  2. Thread: Peter Attia

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    Peter Attia

    Briefly just read his blog on vaccinations. I am wondering if he is truly critically analysing all the information. Would refer you to other blogs. We’ve been happily spoilt on this site to be more...
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    On the plus side

    Folk have helped me on the bus by lifting the base of my heavy shopping trolley. Some have moved seats, moved children, gone upstairs so I could sit down.

    The local what’s app group collect food...
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    I’m puzzled it doesn’t quite add up

    The bank works 10-2 Mon to Fri to protect its workers (who have always been socially distanced from their colleagues and work behind screens). The local and larger supermarkets 6am- 11pm Mon-Sat,...
  5. Thanks Gilli. We’re getting a call on Monday....

    Thanks Gilli. We’re getting a call on Monday. Will go now to our local pharmacist and discuss with him. Want to take care and also consider others but I need to get feedback from the body language to...
  6. Good idea, hadn’t thought of that. Will enquire...

    Good idea, hadn’t thought of that. Will enquire about getting a flow meter. Our daughter bought us an oxygen monitor. If his asthma was really bad would have had to take him to A & E. Don’t want to...
  7. What’s really in your medicine and who prescribes it

    Unfortunately wise eating and lifestyle takes time to improve our health. Some conditions seem to have a geographical/genetic link e.g. neural tube defects in Ireland and bowel cancer in Japan. Well...
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    Acute brewers syndrome

    Caught by chance an item on Steph’s Packed Lunch yesterday. A guest had the syndrome that when he ate certain foods he became drunk even though he had no alcohol. It’s a condition where the...
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    In the olden days you’d be put on a list for say...

    In the olden days you’d be put on a list for say a hip replacement. You’d wait and wait till you came to the top of the list. Yes, you’d be older and less able to survive surgery, lost years when you...
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    Q2 a and b and c Does testing work wholisticlly....

    Q2 a and b and c
    Does testing work wholisticlly.
    Battled with 999 when I wasn’t feeling well enough to discuss that I didn’t have covid symptoms. Useful as it turned out, my anger stopped my rapid...
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    Gilli, Matt et al. I think can see what you all...

    Gilli, Matt et al. I think can see what you all mean. It’s so difficult to work this one out. Would a thirty year old be able to share the wisdom I’ve learnt from you all and Ted? Suppose the 60 year...
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    QUALYS and Lord Sumption

    Been discussing this with my daughter.

    https://www.theguardian.com/law/2021/jan/19/less-valuable-experts-unconvinced-by-lord-sumptions-lockdown-ethics


    Healthcare was rationed more subtly in...
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    Could always try this recipe or may be not ...

    Could always try this recipe or may be not

    https://plantbasednews.org/veganrecipes/desserts/chickpea-jammie-dodger-blondies/
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    Prof S and Zoe

    Just seen on Twitter Prof Spector thinks peak of current problem in London had passed and looks like it’s going downhill. Great for us down South but still need to take care. Think scientific...
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    Same Q as to Gilli. Maybe will get the same...

    Same Q as to Gilli. Maybe will get the same answer.

    Just read Zoe’s report today. Early on I stopped listening to the morning government advice. Too anxiety making. Am counting my blessings...
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    Supplement wise where do you get your K2 from...

    Supplement wise where do you get your K2 from please?
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    What’s been your experience?

    Just had an invite from the World Obesity Federation/SCOPE to subscribe to their online conference later this month looking at obesity and cardiovascular disease. Two UK medical people involved as...
  18. Is ACE ace? Handkerchiefs as Christmas Presents may be?

    Some while back Dr. K wrote some info about ace inhibitors whilst acknowledging there were pros and cons to their usage. This has been discussed among other low carb medical practitioners. From what...
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    Grumbleweed, thank you for sharing those two...

    Grumbleweed, thank you for sharing those two articles. I’m just so grateful to have such a special group to share things with. Knowing for example what is good for our bodies to eat does give us some...
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    Thanks Gilli. I’m still getting used to this...

    Thanks Gilli.

    I’m still getting used to this method of communication. Am going to go back to the new members section and review what to do.

    The link was great. I listened this morning. I have...
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    Cognitive Dissonance

    When I asked a research nurse I met by chance “I don’t understand why I’m loosing weight” (after all I thought we ate healthily) the reply was a spontaneous “you are not eating carbohydrates”. This...
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    Swissre and Salt

    Think the organisers were impressed with the numbers of those following. Noticed Zoe, Garry Taubes, Trudy Deacon and Dr. Jen Unwin were following too.

    I have another stats thing to ask.

    Think...
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    Salisbury - need some help with analysis

    Meant to ask this yesterday.

    After a big event say like a war later there is an increase in the death rate or say cardiovascular events increase.

    Were there any later health repercussions in...
  24. Wish the NHS charities donated Vitamin D to their...

    Wish the NHS charities donated Vitamin D to their staff, particularly those of BAME background. Surely better than donuts. Time to eat and have a proper break would help maintain health.
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    Should we tell the children? Children have...

    Should we tell the children?

    Children have been in a position of being actively (or possibly more accurately described, as inactively) involved in the current health issue. Somewhere along the way...
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