Review: HDL and cholesterol handling in the brain.

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Re: Review: HDL and cholesterol handling in the brain.

Postby Welcomeaboard » Sun Jun 22, 2014 6:14 pm

Well, the damn Vitamin D3 and turmeric better work like greased lightening on this TT carrier or I will forget every dang one of you. But, I think that is what is supposed to happen when a person is to be reincarnated into their next life. I remember when I was a baby( first few weeks of life) looking around at all the people and thinking I do not know any of these people. I was determining if they were good people or not as I realized that I was incapable of doing anything about the situation. I found it strange that they treated me like a baby even though I was much older than they were, but knew it was because of my physical form. They turned out to be a wonderful collection of people and soon they will be all gone and not many years later I will leave this existence. And then, once more I shall awake.

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Re: Review: HDL and cholesterol handling in the brain.

Postby Gina99 » Sun Jun 22, 2014 6:31 pm

1 sardine omlet with a glass of oj. Seriously, will someone come up with this? If anyone here thinks they havent made a change in someones life with their posts. I am sitting here pricing sardines. This for a person who never ate fish and is esting fish now. You guys rock!

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Re: Review: HDL and cholesterol handling in the brain.

Postby Welcomeaboard » Sun Jun 22, 2014 7:14 pm

I think someone just did and it sounds great. Just make sure mine is wild caught pacific sardines as I am trying to cut back on the pollutants.

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Re: Review: HDL and cholesterol handling in the brain.

Postby SusanJ » Sun Jun 22, 2014 8:46 pm

WA, add in a little olive oil, avocado and nuts, too. We'd like to keep you in this existence a little longer. :)

Oleic acid modulates mRNA expression of liver X receptor (LXR) and its target genes ABCA1 and SREBP1c in human neutrophils.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24722912

Tomorrow isn't my egg day, or I would try that sardine omelette for breakfast. :) It's my homemade nut bar breakfast with a berry smoothie day, so maybe I'll throw in a little avocado for good measure.

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Re: Review: HDL and cholesterol handling in the brain.

Postby LillyBritches » Mon Jun 23, 2014 2:28 am

Jul (et al): really quickly - yet another foody addiction we share (in addition to our beloved hummus) - I'm chiatastic. XD I chia a lot of things I eat; most significantly, I chia my morning sheep yogurt. It's naturally low in sugars for yogurt (only 11 grams - my goat yogurt was 20 grams of sugar - ugh - too high!) and tastes amazing. I also throw in some walnuts. NOM, NOM, NOM.

I also load salads with chia seeds. God, I love their taste and texture.
I'm just a oily slick in a windup world with a nervous tick.

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Re: Review: HDL and cholesterol handling in the brain.

Postby asiagillett » Mon Jun 23, 2014 1:46 pm

Hello all, I'm sure all of you super intelligent 4's know this but just in case you don't......Turmeric taken orally is not well absorbed unless taken with black pepper or piperine (also called black pepper fruit). Just make sure your Turmeric supplements include the black pepper. I have been taking a good one for 6 months or so from Gaia Herbs.

I know these are pricey and have ran into friends taking the wrong kind, so just to save money, time and our brains. :lol:

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Re: Review: HDL and cholesterol handling in the brain.

Postby Gilgamesh » Mon Jun 23, 2014 2:29 pm

Hey Asia G.! Piperine is tricky. Read this post carefully:

http://arc.crsociety.org/read.php?2,154641,154800#msg-154800

I'm leaning towards massive doses of turmeric, knowing that I'm only absorbing a tiny fraction of the curcumin. The risk from piperine seems too great, but I haven't looked into it too closely.

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Re: Review: HDL and cholesterol handling in the brain.

Postby asiagillett » Mon Jun 23, 2014 2:50 pm

Well sheesh, disregard that one then! Great! Can't anything just be easy for us????

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Re: Review: HDL and cholesterol handling in the brain.

Postby Gilgamesh » Mon Jun 23, 2014 3:34 pm

I know.... I love a challenge, but I'm starting to hate the complexity of all this....

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Re: Review: HDL and cholesterol handling in the brain.

Postby Welcomeaboard » Mon Jun 23, 2014 5:23 pm

I remember a link that was on 23andme by I think spunky about various diets that some professor was expounding on HFlc south beach, etc. The best part was they trials paid for people to eat and live in a controlled situation for months for free. I am not sure I want to vacation for free for 6 months somewhere. But free sardines, eggs , gluten free foods etc might be ok, along with free bio available turmeric and other supplements. Heck I would even be up for free medical tests and a 5 year or 10 year paid study. Just need grant writers. No on the CR as I can starve myself for free.


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