Low carb snacks
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by /u/ReflectionFriendly71
19h ago
What do you guys eat for sweet and salty low carb snacks? submitted by /u/ReflectionFriendly71 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Unwashed conventional fruit/vegetables
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by /u/spiccdrip
19h ago
Are the health beneficial effects of the fruits and vegetables outweighing the negative effects of the remaining pesticides,germs,… or is it the outher way around? submitted by /u/spiccdrip [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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What type of calcium supplement best replicate the calcium in milk?
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by /u/skidmarks731
19h ago
Looking for calcium that is highly bioavable and as "natural" as milk. Thanks submitted by /u/skidmarks731 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Qdoba Burrito Nutrition Calculator
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by /u/Watch_DragonBall
19h ago
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1F0EDJBygRqTtbbhUdm2EuxsWPccKKxGYXox4MV566Sk/edit#gid=0 Only includes certain ingredients that I come across, hopefully someone else will find this useful. submitted by /u/Watch_DragonBall [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Is greek yoghurt and granola a decent full meal?
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by /u/ousfraton
19h ago
essentially i hate cooking and love yoghurt. been thinking of eating a litre of full fat greek yoghurt, honey and high protein honey and seed granola for dinner. reckon this is a decent enough meal or am i missing out on too many macros? not worried abt calories or anything as looking to bulk. i figure this helps me get loads of protein in and it’s probably good to have a meal without meat occasionally submitted by /u/ousfraton [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Turmeric liposomal absorption question.
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by /u/ScholarOfKykeon
19h ago
So I've been seeing alot of Information and ads about how using a supplement that contains a mix of some lipid like MCT oil and turmeric extract, exponentially increases the bioavailability of the curcumin in the extract. My question is, does the curcumin need to be already dissolved in liquid mct, or could you use a dry powder mix of MCT oil powder and powdered turmeric extract (that you would then add to a beverage for example) to get the same benefit? Like would the curcumin dissolve Into the mct oil in your gut? Or in the beverage maybe? Or woukd you need to heat it for that to happen? Th ..read more
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Foods that are more nutritious when in a specific form?
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by /u/waldfield
19h ago
I recently learned that flaxseed is more nutritive when ground up before eating. Which led me to wonder: are there other foods that should be prepared in a specific way to increase their benefits? submitted by /u/waldfield [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Is a single can of full sugar coke a day really that bad if its your only sweet item for the day?
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by /u/Numerous_Money_3986
19h ago
I also don't get the calories argument as a single can of coke is only 140 calories. Is the main concern insulin resistance due to fast spike in blood sugar? submitted by /u/Numerous_Money_3986 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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How is it possible that Eskimos do not have an excess of vitamin D, given that their diet is mainly composed of fish? A 100 gram wild salmon fillet contains approximately 1000 IU of vitamin D, and exceeding that value is not recommended for the general population
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by /u/StefanoPetrini
19h ago
How is it possible that Eskimos do not have an excess( i would say even toxicity) of vitamin D, given that their diet is mainly composed of fish? A 100 gram wild salmon fillet contains approximately 1000 IU of vitamin D, and exceeding that value is not recommended for the general population submitted by /u/StefanoPetrini [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Dynomight "thoughts on seed oil"
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by /u/slothtrop6
19h ago
I thought this was a pretty well measured and honest view. on the obesity section, I expect that total fat intake (facilitated by the palatable and non-satiating delivery of ultra-processed foods) is a greater driver than the composition of fat itself. I still would not rule out other deleterious effects at high levels of consumption, but that seems to be a moot point because that would not reflect a balanced diet in the first place. Also raises a good point that many nations with relatively higher seed oil consumption (particularly east asia) fare fine, both in terms of mortality and obesity ..read more
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