> On Aug 7, 3:30 am, John B. <johnbsloc...
> > On Mon, 6 Aug 2012 13:05:33 -0700 (PDT), thirty-six
> > <thirty-...@live.co.uk> wrote:
> > >On Aug 6, 7:55 pm, AMuzi <a...@yellowjersey.org> wrote:
> > >> On 8/6/2012 12:24 PM, Andre Jute wrote:
> > >> > On Monday, August 6, 2012 4:08:50 PM UTC+1, thirty-six wrote:
> > >> >> On Aug 5, 6:50 pm, Andre Jute <fiult...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> > >> >>> When I worked in advertising, one of the things I controlled was a $160m research budget, that's per annum. I therefore know every statistical lie in the book
> > >> >> including "cholesterol kills"?
> > >> > What are you on about, Trevor? Are you claiming that cholesterol, in excess of the body's requirements for certain regulatory requirements, does not form plaque on the arteries of the heart and does not kill by it?
> > >> > My cardiologist will be very happy to hear that!
> > >> > Andre Jute
> > >> > The heart of an ox
> > >> And yet, brains need cholesterol.
> > >> Fast for a few days and the lack is obvious.
> > >coconut oil is an ideal survival food. I'd previously used sugar to
> > >keep my mind functioning, but I was still getting episodes of
> > >confusion. For my whole life, some forty-something years I have been
> > >on a low-fat diet and was unable to see it as I had no alternative
> > >reference. When i wanted to change things to help my health I have
> > >twenty or so years to look back on where public advice was to lower
> > >fats and salt. I was already there. Is it any wonder that adopting
> > >such a skewed diet disenabled my mind and body on a long term basis?
> > >It is only because of my athletic involvement led me toi study a
> > >little physiology which clearly showed me that things were not going
> > >as they should. I was unable to correct the inbalances because there
> > >was some information missing from the physiology books that I studied,
> > >that relating principally to magnesium intake and the effects of
> > >hydrogenated oils as opposed to cold pressed nut oils. With this part
> > >of my diet now corrected my body is responding correctly to ingestion
> > >of herbs and fruits, which go to alkalise my body. Dandelion leaves
> > >never tasted so good.
> > Alkalise your body? Your digestive system is primarily acid and the
> > contents of your stomach is so highly acidic that a bottle of calcium
> > tablets will not change it for more then a few minutes. All foods that
> > leave your stomach are acidic. Then they enter your intestines where
> > secretions from your pancreas neutralize the stomach acids. So no
> > matter what you eat, the food in stomach is acidic and the food in the
> > intestines is alkaline.
> Unless it isn't. What if the pancreatic secretions are inadequate?
> It seems to me that it is the bitter foods which cause alkalisation.
> I don't know the mechanism but perhaps bitter substances directly
> stimulate the pancreas releasing bicarbonate. The first time I came
> across this alkalisation was in Bender's dictionary, first pub c
> 1978 He considered the relative alkalisation of foods to be
> important for correct nutrition and valued each food by it's acid or
> alkaline forming effect.
> Anyway, off for a hot lemon infusion.
magnesium chloride and magnesium sulphate. Next time I get