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Old 01-12-2010, 06:48 AM   #11
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Old 03-07-2010, 08:42 PM   #12
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Hey, you make my ancestors sound like savages. Thanks.

If God didn't want us to eat animals, He wouldn't have made them out of meat.
He also wouldn't have made them so tasty! I just had me a nice lean steak about 30 minutes ago myself and forgot that there was anything else on my plate until the steak was gone.
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He also wouldn't have made them so tasty! I just had me a nice lean steak about 30 minutes ago myself and forgot that there was anything else on my plate until the steak was gone.
Lucky duck. Plain ol' burgers for me. By the way, that pretty much describes how I eat steaks. It reminds me of a scene from King of the Hill where Hank is at one of those healthy juice/smoothie places and says, "I'll just have a regular orange juice. And make it regular. I don't need any nutrients. I'm having a steak later."

Oh, I don't think I've welcomed you, ole grunt. Howdy.
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It reminds me of a scene from King of the Hill where Hank is at one of those healthy juice/smoothie places and says, "I'll just have a regular orange juice. And make it regular. I don't need any nutrients. I'm having a steak later."
HAHAHAHA that's my all time favorite hank quote.
Good job bringing it up, people need to get the nutrient priorities straight!!
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From the diet research I've done, mainly leading to my decision to go paleo, even the fat is good. If your carb intake is low, you'l turn it into blood sugar and here's the most important part, that form of blood sugar is the only form your brain can use. So, peolple who do not get enough fat in their diet are stupid. And anyone who thinks that anything besides dietary sugar and starch is responsible for the fat globs of goo the people in this country (US)have become is stupid. I'm even making it a point to eat organ meat once a week, which caccording to the USDA should kill me by the time I turn 40. We'll see.
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As far as I know, if someone has bloodtype "0", he would not have any problems with beef (red meat and its fat), and digesting it.
The other blood types have some issues with beef (red meat).
For example blood type "A", can not handle red meat, but is OK with poultry and fish.
Either is he natural or not.

The paleo man was blood type "0".
The other blood types were developed later, when the humans started slowly to cultivate grains etc and hunt less etc

Therefor someone who has blood type "0", can handle more the beef, but have problem with grains and starch, and someone who has "A" can handle more the grains and have problems with beef (red meat).

From experience:
I'm blood type "0", and when I diet, the only thing I don' t have problem from grains and starch, is basmati rice and yams.
All the other starches, makes it for me hard to get cutted, or if you want, makes it hard for the last weeks.
With beef no problem at all.

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If your carb intake is low, you'l turn it into blood sugar and here's the most important part, that form of blood sugar is the only form your brain can use.
Wat?... Only odd-chain fatty acids (the last 3 carbons) can go towards gluconeogenesis... Are you referring to the brain being able to use ketones?
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As far as I know, if someone has bloodtype "0", he would not have any problems with beef (red meat and its fat), and digesting it.
The other blood types have some issues with beef (red meat).
For example blood type "A", can not handle red meat, but is OK with poultry and fish.
Either is he natural or not.

The paleo man was blood type "0".
The other blood types were developed later, when the humans started slowly to cultivate grains etc and hunt less etc

Therefor someone who has blood type "0", can handle more the beef, but have problem with grains and starch, and someone who has "A" can handle more the grains and have problems with beef (red meat).

From experience:
I'm blood type "0", and when I diet, the only thing I don' t have problem from grains and starch, is basmati rice and yams.
All the other starches, makes it for me hard to get cutted, or if you want, makes it hard for the last weeks.
With beef no problem at all.
Interesting post Brawny. I've not heard of the tie-in between food choices and blood type before. Where did you learn about this, or is it from primarily from experience?
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Y'all can have your beef I will stick with the bison. Well, when I can afford it.
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Wat?... Only odd-chain fatty acids (the last 3 carbons) can go towards gluconeogenesis... Are you referring to the brain being able to use ketones?
Sorry, had to look that one up... glu·co·ne·o·gen·e·sis 
–nounBiochemistry. glucose formation in animals from a noncarbohydrate source, as from proteins or fats.
n. The formation of glucose, especially by the liver, from noncarbohydrate sources, such as amino acids and the glycerol portion of fats.

Yes, that's what I'm talking about.

and actually I was wrong about the brain, had it twisted... it is the only organ in the body that cannot directly obtain chalories from fat. It has to have glucose and that is according to: Carbohydrates and Nutrition

So you can be a big sugary lard ass and smart... damnit, that blows my theory about Michael Moore right out of the water. But I do know that a paleo lifestyle can cure diabetes and arthritis, that is according to Neanderthin, the author - Ray Audette did it and that's why he wrote the book.
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