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  • Dietary Cholesterol can affect serum cholesterol,...

    Dietary Cholesterol can affect serum cholesterol, and does so in a minority of people.

    Unlikely to be of any significance regardless.
  • However the dose and the delivery method pose no...

    However the dose and the delivery method pose no toxic threat to Humans.

    Please go now.
  • Easy. A single dose in the billionths' of a...

    Easy. A single dose in the billionths' of a milligram ought to be fairly well tolerated.
  • I'd be pretty confident in being able to posit a...

    I'd be pretty confident in being able to posit a dose of Dioxin acute enough not to be Toxic.
  • 'Alle Dinge sind Gift und nichts ist ohne Gift;...

    'Alle Dinge sind Gift und nichts ist ohne Gift; allein die Dosis macht, dass ein Ding kein Gift ist' - Theophrastus Phillipus Auroleus Bombastus von Hohenheim
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    It's also kinda ironic that your username may be...

    It's also kinda ironic that your username may be the culprit within red meat that is responsible for certain mechanisms to occur.
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    Ok please propose an argument linking wheat with...

    Ok please propose an argument linking wheat with Colon cancer?

    People on this site are very cavalier about red meat consumption claiming correlation and the like. I would also include myself at...
  • 1. Glucose for brain function can be derived via...

    1. Glucose for brain function can be derived via a diet void of CHO.

    2. Science thrives on observeable and testifiable evidence but that does not prevent acute minds from being able to piece...
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    Brilliant.

    Brilliant.
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    Yes. There are 'Hyperresponders' whose blood...

    Yes. There are 'Hyperresponders' whose blood cholesterol does increase in relation to amount of cholesterol ingested.
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    I'd suggest the advocates of Paleo would say it...

    I'd suggest the advocates of Paleo would say it is minimally processed, covers nutrients, and improves health markers.
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    Which diets are supported by scientific evidence?...

    Which diets are supported by scientific evidence?

    Actually curious....
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    Alcohol at certain doses has many times been...

    Alcohol at certain doses has many times been shown to increase areas of HDL, so if OP likes the occasional beer or something enjoy it.
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    How does one 'kill' an inanimate element?

    How does one 'kill' an inanimate element?
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    Paleo advocates cite health reasons, albeit on...

    Paleo advocates cite health reasons, albeit on weak evidence.
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    Maybe, but they believe they have a reason for...

    Maybe, but they believe they have a reason for restricting certain foods so they have not excluded foods on a whim.
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    Your sentence is a contradiction. They consume...

    Your sentence is a contradiction. They consume foods based on their belief of the diet of Palaeolithic man, so their choices are not arbitrary.
  • Sample size of 2. Please don't read too much into...

    Sample size of 2. Please don't read too much into this. Horizon is not what it was.
  • Not quite. 20% protein of 2000 calories would be...

    Not quite. 20% protein of 2000 calories would be 100 grams. Protein has approx. 4 calories per gram so, 100 x 4 = 400 calories.

    400 is 20% of 2000.
  • Yes much better. Energy and focus is greater,...

    Yes much better. Energy and focus is greater, skin looks better, libido is enhanced. Best decision I made dietary wise was going high fat and lowering carbohydrate.

    Oh and my poops are healthier.
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