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  1. White rice is low in plant toxins like phytates, its only of the only recommended carbohydrates on the perfect health diet.
  2. Flaxseed oil/ linseed is unstable and prone to polymerization. "Having a high content of di- and triunsaturated esters, linseed oil is particularly susceptible to polymerization reactions upon exposure to oxygen in air." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linseed_oil
  3. Ew, don't take flaxseed oil. You should avoid all seed oils like the plague, they are modern, refined inventions. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linseed_oil "obtained by cold pressing, sometimes followed by solvent extraction. Linseed oil is a "drying oil", as it can polymerize into a solid form. Due to its polymer-forming properties, linseed oil is used on its own or blended with other oils, resins, and solvents as an impregnator and varnish in wood finishing, as a pigment binder in oil paints,
  4. Fruit is only in season for a few months of the year. I don't think there are any fruits in season in the winter. They are just grown in green houses or in some foreign country, then they are shipped across the ocean helping to contribute to global warming.
  5. Just eat it on its own make sure its real butter of course : ) If butter is an issue see if you can get ghee.
  6. Does it happen with meals that contain no carbs, such as just meat on its own?
  7. The only thing that keeps my clear is a zero/ very low carb diet. I mainly eat meat, day in day out. Occasionally I will have broccoli, cucumber, tomatoes, pepper or onions but mainly in cooked dishes to break down the fibres. I don't eat dairy, soy, legumes, grains or any high carb fruits. I only eat fruits such as tomatoes and cucumber. Make sure to get plenty of saturated fat red meats, butter, coconut oil and duck are good. I also consume plenty of raw egg yolks as they contain all the fa
  8. Dried meats are normally full of nitrates and other additives that may have a greater effect. I currently consume a lot of salt as it helps to deal with stress as its needed by the adrenal glands.
  9. Eat 2 or 3 meals a day and no snacking. The oldest man in the world died recently he only ate 2 large meals; breakfast and lunch. He didn't snack. http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/2...at_age_114.html Try doing some deep breathing exercises before you eat, helps you relax and produce stomach acid.
  10. If your still consuming lots of carbs it might make things worse.
  11. I don't take above 10,000 IU any day, as I eat a lot of Vitamin A rich foods. I base most of the amounts of vitamins I should take on foods I had been previously lacking - leading to a possible deficiencies and also the natural amounts found in foods. Liver has a lot of Vitamin A, 336 grams of lambs liver has over 80,000IU.
  12. I get really itchy taking vitamin b complex. Its not like a niacin itch, it lasts must longer. I think its either the B1 or B2. I'm getting some B5 pills so I can check its not that one. Which just leaves massive doses of B1, B2, B6 and B12.Mmy B complex isn't very high in biotin, inositol or choline.
  13. If you're allergic or intolerant(lactose & milk proteins) to it. It may also be the naturally occurring hormones in milk. Cheese - High in protein, low in lactose Butter- Low in protein, low in lactose Milk - Moderate protein, moderate lactose
  14. Butter browns easily. I would go for lard, since I have no idea what crisco is and hydrogenated soybean oil... don't even go there