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101 Year Old Fred Kummerow Exercised A Lot And Eats Whole Grains, Oatmeal, And Vegetables

Discussion in 'Breaking News' started by Westside PUFAs, Dec 18, 2015.

  1. dbh25

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    Thanks, they are pasture raised eggs, I checked their website, they do not list the % MUFA/PUFA. They do make these claims-
    In comparison to a conventional egg, pasture-raised eggs contain:

    • 1/3 less cholesterol
    • 1/4 less saturated fat
    • 2/3 more Vitamin A
    • 2 times more omega-3 fatty acids
    • 3 times more Vitamin E
    • 7 times more beta carotene
     
  2. tara

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    = more PUFA, less SFA, more carotene?
     
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    Interesting. Most "health conscious" individuals would consider these good things.
     
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    Biology is more than numbers guys. Natural raised and pastured beef, hens... will always be healthier than caged, industrial farmed, misery living grain fed ones. No matter pufa or saturated numbers..
     
  5. dbh25

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    Pasture raised seems like the best option, unless I start a chicken coop on my apartment balcony
     
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    Look at that jaw-line.
     
  7. Agent207

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    Look at that hairline. F****ng perfect.
     
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    Good hair. Small jaw. Small head in general, it's like the size of a cantaloupe.
     
  9. DaveFoster

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    A very high-PUFA cantaloupe.
     
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    It could be a total lie, and they're just claiming high omega 3s because it's en vogue right now. IIRC, that claim is from motherjones, and had no actual research to back it up.

    Grass-Fed Pork? Not Really. Still the Difference in Fatty Acid Composition & Micronutrient Content Are Profound & Not Accounted for by Food Databases - Let Alone Epidemiology - SuppVersity: Nutrition and Exercise Science for Everyone

    According to this, acorn-fed pork (sort of a proxy for pasture raised) has far less PUFA and a lower ratio of omega 3s. I don't know if this also applies to chicken and chicken eggs.
     
  13. PeatThemAll

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    What about bloating, and "you'll get used to it"? I see the latter very, very often in vegan-ish forums.
     
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    I knew he was wrong.
     
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    Ray has said that people who have good systems can deal with gluten and all of that. Probably candeal better with PUFAs if they are super healthy and have high metabolisms and aren't overloading their systems with junk oils.

    I think there is a difference between some peanut butter and eating a filet o'fish sandwich at McDonalds.
     
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