Oh good. Speaking of caffeinated chickens...
Factory farming in China is even worse than the US. The cheapest chicken in the US may come from China. Grain feeding increases omega 6/3 ratio. This leads directly to heart disease, among many other inflammation-related problems
The correct paleo ratio is 1:1, or at most 1:4, as shown in the papers above.
Chinese ratio is probably worse. Going to a wet market doesn't change this; it just means the meat may have also be sprayed with acid to make it look shinier. Or in America, going to a local butcher doesn't help unless he tells you the meat is grass fed and free range.
The solution? Supermarket live fish (preferably herbivorous) (frozen will also work). Tilapia and catfish work. These fish have a ratio at or near 1:1.
The ratio in milk from grain-fed cows is ok, if not amazing:
Yoghurt is a little bit worse, but still within acceptable range:
The ratio of butter is pretty bad:
Obviously eggs from factory chickens are bad for similar reasons. And so on.
Accutane - Brief low-dose course ~9 years ago for ~4 months. Liver monitored, no sides.
Symptoms: Gradual onset of symptoms, peaking ~5 years ago. Extreme IBS, lost ability to eat almost everything, unable to work for 4 years. IBD diagnosis might've been possible, but avoided doctors and the prescription meds route, going for diet and supplements instead. Thought it was regular IBS, didn't realize it was Accutane until already had avoided the IBD diagnosis. Decided going back to hell just to get the diagnosis wasn't worth it. Regained enough health to work full time around May-June 2013.
1. true free range lean chicken breast (expensive)
2. Lean white-tail shrimp (moderately expensive)
3. Glutinous rice gruel (very cheap)
All ad libitum, minimum 150g shrimp/d.
1. Blue Ice CLO / Butter Oil blend
2. Udca ~1-3g /d
3. Source Naturals Essential enzymes 2x per meal
4. Symbiotics Colostrum ~1/8 scoop per meal
5. Cycled topical testosterone cream
6. Topical ACV, tea tree oil (morning) and benzoyle peroxide 10% (night)
1. Aim to nap every 3 hours for 20 minutes
2. Match light exposure to sunrise, sunset
3. Match meals to sun