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Although this is a rodent study, it highlights something that Low Carb and Paleo folks have been talking about for 15 years that I know about, and reflects what I found for myself 30 years ago. Soybean oil sucks

http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2015-07/uoc--soc072015.php?cid=SYND-_-Foxnews-_-SuperCommonOilThatScienceNowShowsIsWorseThanSugar-_-Article-_-Aug3-_-NewFindingsPublishedInPLoSOne
A diet high in soybean oil causes more obesity and diabetes than a diet high in fructose, a sugar commonly found in soda and processed foods, according to a just published paper by scientists at the University of California, Riverside.
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wow, thanks for sharing this. lately I've been using coconut and grape seed oil. i hope i get good news concerning them. 
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I think I see a tornado out my window. Somewhere between Lexington and Winchester.
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I'm glad you and your family are ok.
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give it time.....
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My otherwise excellent computer chair just broke. 

I noticed that it had been squeaking and even looked for some screws to tighten the other day. But it was metal that tore and broke. 

Only 4 years old. I hate planned obsolescence.
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Boo!  
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People on TV only wait like 4 seconds for someone to answer the door. 

I think it's related to the reason they only do CPR for 16 seconds.
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And fall unconscious from injections before the syringe is empty
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It's good that ISIS is across the ocean or we would have people tearing down historical monuments just because they don't like them.
 
Lexington sets public meeting on Civil War statues, marker http://bit.ly/1Jq520L
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i love the irony
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OMG, Timezones! Can you at least follow state lines?

http://www.worldatlas.com/webimage/countrys/namerica/usstates/timezone.htm
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lol you should see Alaska's
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How are people getting those cool screenshots that show the phone at an angle in space?
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Thanks! Looks like exactly the thing.
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Selective outrage is selective.
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Having lived in a hunting mecca for years, I know what guides do.  For the life of me, I can't see why he isn't the one being strung up.
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Interesting. Probably more accurate than horoscopes by the time you add in our natural ability to find patterns in limited data.


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Selective Outrage, a tool of Progressivism.


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Okay, If you circle me if even just for a short time then share a post just with me we can talk privately for a moment.
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While you cannot definitively say that increased microbiome will protect from disease, it begins to seem more and more likely. Bacteria in balance protects against bacteria imbalance - not an unreasonable theory.
 
"In almost every disease state that has been studied so far, the microbiome has lost diversity." While diversity in the food you eat does not translate directly into diversity of the microbiome, there are definitely good reasons to seek a wide variety of nutrient dense foods. It's easy to rely too heavily on just a few convenient, familiar foods or recipes.
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Exactly when antibacterial sprays kill 99.9% of all germs then they just create a open season for the .1% to grow and grow.  That does not work out well as hospitals with the rise of MRSA can attest.

But like anything, healthy balance always best.

Though for stomach's I'm sure this is a prelude to a sugar tax of some sort.
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Education
  • University of Kentucky
    BioChemistry, present
  • Kentucky Community and Technical College System
    BioChemistry, 2011
  • Titusville High School
  • Brevard Community College
  • University of Central Florida
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Looweewoo, Baerdric, Ukulele Villian
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"Would you like to learn more?" Why, yes, thank you, I would!
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I circle back people who interact through posting in a considerate and reasonable way. Thank you for circling me and please join the conversation.

I'm retired from being a homeschooling SAHD and now have empty nest syndrome. I've gone back to college to get a degree in Biology. I'm an obsessive science-fiction reader, a compulsive inventor, and I have a disordered apartment in a college town. I play the Ukulele in a style borrowed from John King, may he rest in peace. I'm on the spectrum and I feel good about that. I can just about program my way out of a wet paper bag, I've been working with Artificial Intelligence for 10 years, I've recently invented a new method of ceramic construction, a new type of flute, a new knot (salamander hitch), and I make my own bacon fat mayonnaise. I've been working on my own constructed language for 30 years, but I don't have anyone to speak it with. I'm finally learning Japanese. I believe that we have an immaterial part which science is not yet able to measure, but that when, some day, we are able to, it still won't remove the spiritual aspect of it.
Bragging rights
I have solved a Rubik's cube in less than two minutes with ~60 year old fingers.
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Low Carb, Ukulele playing, Science nerd
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I can tell where cats want to be scratched.
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  • Professional Student, present
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Florida - Vermont
Don't let the slightly dilapidated greenhouses put you off. This is a hidden treasure.
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This is just a coffee house, a really good one, but nothing trendy and fabulous. That's what I like about it. There are separate rooms, quiet tables, and good coffee. Perfect for students or conversation with friends. No, they don't have professional performing Baristas's , but they have friendly servers. If you want something fancy, go somewhere else. But if you like coffee and quiet times with friends, it's a great place for that. Plus!... occasional amateur music.
Food: GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
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A great old fashioned movie house with interesting architectural details, large screens, live stages, art gallery and an eclectic snack bar with OBC root beer and local wines. A great place to see independent or special interest movies you won't see at the franchise multiplex cinema.
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I had coffee there while waiting for something else. And while everything looked good, I didn't get a chance to try anything. The coffee, however, was great.
Food: Very GoodDecor: GoodService: Very Good
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