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i study the gold/silver markets everyday and we are literally about to collapse..hence why the gov took over the healthcare, why it took over the internet. Auto sales are actually down, the car lots are forced to take the cars on the lot, which the car companies calls that selling the cars, even though they havent. And home sales are flat lining as well, only a few markets where growth is even there..

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-10-28/california-leads-housing-slowdown-case-shiller-home-prices-decline-4-months-row

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-03-07/goldman-confirms-subprime-responsible-collapse-auto-sales


http://jaytaylormedia.com/no-way-the-fed-can-stop-printing-dollars-and-raise-rates/

http://news.goldseek.com/GoldSeek/1428601019.php

http://streettalklive.com/index.php/daily-x-change/2677-5-things-to-ponder-don-t-fight-the-fed.html

http://www.zerohedge.com/print/504561

http://investmentresearchdynamics.com/the-housing-market-media-promoted-fairytales-vs-reality/

i could literally do this all day. I know you're not going to even look at this because you're set in your ways. I hope you educate yourself before its too late. Btw you should buy silver/gold bullion right now
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jaja u do that lovee!!!! I miss uu!!
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+Jose Padilla I don't have any of these things. Anything in mind to work out these? I mean, like object alternatives
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+Jose Padilla I quoted and linked the referenced article below (click "read more"). Looking at the 1st table, I see the insulin sensitivity increase, and the insulin resistance decrease, after 5 days of a lower-carb and higher-fat diet. The glucose levels also lowered a bit. Having a high-fat meal right before the 5-day high-fat diet (i.e. after the diet has still been high-carb in the long-term), there was an overall negative effect on the group's health status (more inflammation, fat-gain, insulin resistance, etc.). The negative effect of the high-fat meal was pretty-much the same (i.e. no better, no worse) at the beginning and end of those 5 days. Also, keep in mind that this was a short-term study on a very small sample size (12 lab-controlled "anecdotes"; results averaged between everyone).

I may need to review the study further, but there seems to be inconsistencies, where the 1st and 2nd group are doing the same diet, but are registering 2 different results (they're tested for different things after all). I'm wondering if what we're seeing are the body's fluctuations as it tries to acclimate to everything. For all I know, a new way of eating is going to give the body temporary issues (inflammation, weight changes, etc.). Also, I'd question whether specific foods were inflammatory, versus the fact that "it was a high fat diet", or "it was a low-carb diet", or whatever. There might've been many factors at play here.

"Twelve college-aged (mean, 21 +- 1 year), non-obese [mean body mass index (BMI), 22.3 +- 3.9 kg/m2] males volunteered for the study. They were free from overt disease and not taking any medications. All were sedentary (<2 days/week for <20 min/day), nonsmoking, and weight stable (+-2 kg) for the previous 6 months."

Study 1: "Subjects (n = 6) consumed a lead-in control diet [55% carbohydrate, 15% protein, and 30% fat (11% SFA)] that was isocaloric to their habitual diet for 1 week before the HFD. Subsequently, subjects were provided a HFD for 5 days. The composition of the HFD was 30% carbohydrate, 15% protein, and 55% fat (25% SFA) and designed to be isocaloric to the lead-in control diet. A skeletal muscle biopsy from the vastus lateralis muscle and a 3-h intravenous glucose tolerance test (IVGTT) were performed in the post-absorptive state (10- to 12-h fast) before and after the HFD."

Study 2: "Using the identical feeding paradigm as in study 1, a separate group of subjects (n = 6) consumed a high-fat meal consisting of 880 kcal [63% fat (10% SFA), 25% carbohydrate, and 12% protein] before and after the HFD. Muscle biopsies were collected before (10- to 12-h fast) and at 4 h after the high-fat meal challenge."

"Body weight and body fat percentage did not change with the HFD in study 1 or 2 (P > 0.05). Whole-body insulin sensitivity did not change after the HFD in study 1 or 2 (both P > 0.05). There was a significant increase in fasting endotoxin concentrations after the HFD in study 1 and 2. In study 2, we observed a significant 2.5-fold increase (P < 0.05) in postprandial endotoxin concentrations at 1 h after the consumption of the high-fat meal challenge before the HFD, which was not evident after the HFD. In response to the meal challenge after the HFD, serum endotoxin did not change from fasting levels."

"Fasting serum endotoxin concentrations were significantly higher (P < 0.05) after HFD for studies 1 and 2 combined. Postprandial endotoxin was significantly increased (P < 0.05), relative to baseline, 1 h post-meal challenge before HFD, but not after. Glucose oxidation in skeletal muscle homogenates was significantly increased (P < 0.05) 4 h post-meal challenge before HFD, but not after. P38 MAPK phosphorylation was increased, although non-significant, 4 h post-meal challenge before HFD, but not after. There was a significant HFD x meal challenge interaction (P < 0.001) for phospho- to total-p38 protein ratio, which was significantly increased (P < 0.01) under fasting conditions after HFD, and in response to meal challenge before HFD, but decreased after."

"There were no changes (P > 0.05) in glucose oxidation or any enzyme activities in the homogenates in response to the HFD in study 1. Glucose oxidation was increased (P < 0.05) after the meal challenge before the HFD but not after. There was a modest, but non-significant, increase in the phosphorylation of p38 in response to the meal challenge, which was not evident after the HFD. When comparing the phospho- to total-p38 protein ratio, there was a significant diet × meal challenge interaction (P < 0.001) in that the ratio was significantly increased (P < 0.05) under fasting conditions after the HFD, increased in response to the meal before the HFD, and then decreased in response to the meal after the HFD. A similar pattern of increases in response to meal challenge before the HFD was observed with PGC1-alpha, PGC1-beta, NADH dehydrogenase, and PPAR-delta mRNA; this response was blunted in all targets after the HFD."

Early skeletal muscle adaptations to short-term high-fat diet in humans before changes in insulin sensitivity
Onlinelibrary (dot) wiley (dot) com /doi/10.1002/oby.21031/full
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+Jose Padilla Nice vid man! Keep it up!
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