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  1. are you still active?

  2. When I asked, it was the exact same thing. L- was just the form af amino acid binding.
  3. Where did you find out what effects Taurine absorbtion? I have powder now and was just planing to mix it with regular water. For me to be consistent it has to be easy. ;)
  4. To the dose discussion. If as it seems alot of us have a defiency in Taurine it would be natural if we see better result in the beginning when using a higher dose. But soon we should reach a point where our body has a normal level and the maintaince dose can be lower than the initial dose. B-5 was the same thing. The more the better but then people started getting all sorts of bad reactions(me included) and the "halleluja factor" declined. The only valid reason for a systematic treatment of Tau
  5. Have you eaten a lot of sugar or bread lately? I know I saw a post several days ago where you said you had decided to go back on your regular diet. Also, I don't know if this applies to you, but a couple things that break me out worse than anything is commercial chemically extracted olive oil, and liver (for some reason, I don't know why yet). But if the olive oil is manually extracted and organic, I have no problem with it at all, I think it's because hexane is used to extract vegetable oils. H
  6. I apologize if this has been posted before. All can be found at www.pubmed.com Oral taurine but not N-acetylcysteine ameliorates NEFA-induced impairment in insulin sensitivity and beta cell function in obese and overweight, non-diabetic men. 1: Diabetologia. 2008 Jan;51(1):139-46. Epub 2007 Nov 17 Free fatty acid-induced reduction in glucose-stimulated insulin secretion: evidence for a role of oxidative stress in vitro and in vivo. "Islets exposed to oleate or palmitate and MIN6 cells exposed
  7. I think differin is very gentle. 0.3 is a good idea.
  8. It is true! Guinness really helps my skin. No question about it.
  9. Guinness has alot if folic acid, a B-vitamin. http://www.straightfromthedoc.com/50226711...ight_people.php According to a short Italian study, a daily supplementation of folic acidcould reduce inflammatory markers.
  10. Not true. It is not alot. Example. Food / Drink Iron content (mg) 1 pint of guinness 0.3mg 100g ready-to-eat apricots 3.4mg 100g ready-to eat prunes 2.6mg 1 egg 1.1mg
  11. I started my Guinness experiment. Going to see if I can get the positive effect back that I saw last time. Max 2 pints of Guinness per day. More like 80cl. If it really does help, it's a dream come true because I like Guinness ALOT. (-: For those who don't read the links I posted, this is an example. Once upon a time, long before there was a U in the EU, Guinness advertised its ambrosial beverage with the slogan "Guinness is good for you." Now, decades after that claim was deemed illegal, re
  12. Hi, Any Irish here? I have seen research about guinness being anti-inflammatory. http://www.jsonline.com/story/index.aspx?id=219768 I also read about a guy claiming his acne got better after drinking guinness. There was a week I drank alot of Guinness and my skin looked very good, but I could never understand why. I never thought of the Guinness. I guess I have to do an experiment to see. "What is impressive about Dr. Folts' observations is that the flavonoids in dark beer produce anti-p