Multiplying grains and washing grains
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by Garoolgan
7M ago
Hopefully this is the place to post two questions from a new Kefir user;- A week ago I received a small jar containing grains of milk Kefir in a little milk, I suppose about 10cl in total which I poured into my larger "Kefirco" jar to which I added about 20cl of fresh milk and put the jar on a shelf for the night. The next morning, after filtering the grains using the built in filter/lid on my "Kefirco" jar, I drank my first glass of Kefir and replenished the jar with milk to about the... Read more ..read more
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Whats going on...
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by LEGENDARY70
8M ago
Hello all. Long story short. Used to weigh 280. Did carnivore for about a year and lost lots of weight. Got down to 185. Brokedown and started eating not good again and gained weight to about 215. Just got back on carnivore/keto around 3 months ago and yesterday I weighed in at 204. BUT I have been at 204ish for about a week or two. Why? I do a 20 hr fast and a 4 hr eating window. I eat at around 6 or 7 and dont eat again until that time the following day. No issue, i dont even get... Read more ..read more
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Training Longevity - Adam Mundorf
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by Adam R Mundorf
8M ago
08/28/2023 Total Fasting 12 Hours Fasting Winow Couple Cups of Black Coffee Overeating Phase 16 oz GTS Kombucha 3 Cups of Whole Milk Greek Yogurt 2 tbsp of Maple Syrup each Cup Large Salad Steamed Broccoli Pizza Supplements Multi-Vitamin Fish Oil Creatine ..read more
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Another chance to save money on collagen
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by silveraw
8M ago
New study seems to show that supplemental collagen doesn't promote connective tissue synthesis. Collagen Protein Ingestion during Recovery from Exercise... : Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise nthesis. The present study assessed the capacity of both whey and collagen protein ingestion to stimulate post-exercise myofibrillar and muscle connective protein synthesis rates. Methods In a randomized, double-blind, parallel design, 45 young male (n = 30) and female (n = 15) recreational... journals.lww.com Good chance if you are taking it you could save some money by not and still ..read more
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How often do you make changes to your diet?
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by steve-in-kville
10M ago
Either small tweaks or big changes ..read more
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IF and Lemon Water
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by Xcal
10M ago
HI all, I've been intermittent fasting for years. I eat in the afternoons and try to eat my final meal by 7:30 but it gets to 8or9 pm a few times/week. in the mornings I usually have water and 2or3 coffees by 12noon. I used to have milk in my coffee until a discussion in another thread reminded me that my milk was not strictly IF (this was sometime last year). so my coffees are black, no sugar. NOW, I want to add some fresh lemon juice drops and a small piece of lemon rind to my... Read more ..read more
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Anybody been on low carb for several years?
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by Horstman
10M ago
I’m curious to know how people are doing on low carb for a prolonged period of time. I’m not necessarily speaking of keto but it’s something I’m opened to trying. I’m thinking 100g net carbs or so. My weight has crept up and although I hold it well, I don’t feel the best. Bloating and excess swelling is a thing for me, along with blood sugar issues where I’m hungry all the time and prone to large drops. My blood work is fine though. I do have a GI issue that excess fiber can cause... Read more ..read more
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Pre-workput Suppliments?
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by steve-in-kville
1y ago
I've tried them over the years with varying results. I have another I am experimenting with now. I think it depends on what your workouts are like, to be honest. Comments? Opinions ..read more
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Protein from milk and lactose intolerance.
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by Bull_Rush
1y ago
I am lactose intolerant and my doctor said so is the majority of people in the world. He also told me lactase pills will solve my lactose intolerance. I do wonder about this, though... So as a lactose intolerant, I can't absorb/digest lactose from milk, but I can absorb/digest the protein from milk just fine? Is that right ..read more
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Ultra processed food
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by ali
1y ago
OK. I stay away from the food wars but have an interest in food politics and the many vectors that feed into the food we eat... Driving yesterday and after the news there was an interview with Dr Chris van tulleken, a doctor with a media presence here in the UK talking about his new book: ultra processed people. Just as I was about the shout at the traffic to switch back to some music, he said a few things that were quite interesting so I stayed tuned in. What followed was 30 minutes of... Read more ..read more
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