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    Animal protein is neurotoxic to me

    Even tiny amounts give me instant fatigue, tremors and aggravate my dementia/cognitive impairment. What are the possible reasons of this? Lack of bile? Bacterial overgrowth? Something else? (neurotransmitter related)
  2. Rinse & rePeat

    Gelatinous Low Histamine CHICKEN Bone Broth AND dinner in under 3 Hours (with photos)

    "It happens that gelatin is a protein which contains no tryptophan, and only small amounts of cysteine, methionine, and histidine. Using gelatin as a major dietary protein is an easy way to restrict the amino acids that are associated with many of the problems of aging."-Ray Peat I really never...

    Make Sure Your Eggs Are Soy-Free!

    Just found out that Vital Farms is feeding their chickens "unprocessed soymeal." Absolutely diabolical. Thankfully I easily found an organic brand that is soy-free, and I have switched over for good. Be careful out there, lads.
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    Chicken Soup Really Is Good For The Soul: "comfort Food" Fulfills The Need To Belong

    Chicken soup really is good for the soul: "comfort food" fulfills the need to belong. - PubMed - NCBI Theories of social surrogacy and embodied cognition assume that cognitive associations with nonhuman stimuli can be affectively charged. In the current research, we examined whether the...
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    It Takes A Long Time To Pick The Bones Out Of Chicken Feet

    I got some ('organic') ones the other day for a change. Made a really really thick broth compared with similar quantities of the beef or lamb cuts I usually get. The solids, after I spent way too long separating the bones and claws from the meat and skin, tasted pretty good cooked up with onion...
  6. lvysaur

    Pastured Chicken/pork - Safe Or No?

    I have access to pastured chicken (the real free range, although chickens don't survive on grass alone). Does anyone know what this means, regarding the fatty acid content of the chicken?
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