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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodja View Post
    Gluten and carb intolerance are very different. Gluten is Celiac disease and the incidence of that is very small.
    If you are interested in gluten sensitivity I attended a seminar by Tom O'Bryan and can happily recommend his work. He is too heavy for a lot of people- one of those listen to it and suddenly freak out and become gluten-phobic types but he quoted a lot of extremely powerful studies.

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    What was this glycgel spoken about in here?
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    What was this glycgel spoken about in here?
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    The active is one of the components of Eviscerate.
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    The active is one of the components of Eviscerate.
    Thx I think I'm ordering a tub today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tone View Post
    Metablic acidosis is a huge problem in todays world especially with the type of habits most americans have... drinking large quanitities of soda, and eating a lot of foods with a low ph.
    Hold the **** up. Proof? This is a blatant lie. Diet doesn't impact blood pH. Especially not enough to cause metabolic acidosis. I draw blood gasses all day and have shut up a few vegan hippies who told me their alkaline diet has changed their life. Studies are all based on urine pH, which is not an indicator of blood pH or straight up eating bicarbonate, which is a pharmaceutical intervention. Not something you will find in food and it only has an acute effect, as your body will drop producing bicarb once introduced. The body is so efficient with regards to blood pH. You have protein buffers, respiratory drive changes, and you can alter the production of bicarb. Your body will hold strong damn near at 7.40 unless you have COPD and you've destroyed your chemoreceptors... Or have some other serious, chronic disease state. I'm on my tablet, I'll go more into detail later if someone doesn't believe me.
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