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I think turmeric is a miracle spice. It is wonderful for so many different reasons!


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And in addition to that long list, turmeric is good for fighting those nasty polyamines and indols. Whenever I eat canned or frozen foods (except green ones), I make sure I either season with turmeric or down a capsule of it. Oh, and I think it is great that even dogs can benefit from this great spice!


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interesting. thanks sir.


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I do 2 eggs of raw egg a day? Can I make it 3?


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Quoted from ABJoe

The only comment I have ever seen from Dr. D. about raw eggs is in the link below.

What I don't know is - "How important is the context of this statement?"
http://www.dadamo.com/B2blogs/blogs/index.php/2004/02/25/again-and-again-and-again?blog=27


So eating raw eggs is bad Dr D said it himself


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Quoted from ABJoe

The only comment I have ever seen from Dr. D. about raw eggs is in the link below.

What I don't know is - "How important is the context of this statement?"
http://www.dadamo.com/B2blogs/blogs/index.php/2004/02/25/again-and-again-and-again?blog=27


Did you see Andrea's post where she says that Dr. D had her husband eat raw eggs?


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Did you see Andrea's post where she says that Dr. D had her husband eat raw eggs?

Yes.  Hence my disclaimer that I didn't know how much context played into the quoted statement?


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Did you see Andrea's post where she says that Dr. D had her husband eat raw eggs?


You mean wife as Mrs. Martha?


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You mean wife as Mrs. Martha?


No, Andrea's husband.


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To do, or not to do? We need answers.

I'm not sure there is a "one size fits all" answer to this question.  
I think Dr. D.'s general answer is "No" - probably due to the possible bacterial ingestion, but there are specific cases where the answer would / could be "Yes".

Just my 2 cents in distilling what has been stated / discussed here.


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Oh, but O`s have very effective figthing mechanism over bacteria.
That makes me think that I can.
But on the other side it`s hard to take the risk. Since INndividuality kicks in.


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Update re me eating raw egg yolks... I only did this a couple of times & never got back to posting on this topic but they definitely did not agree with me, I think due to the sulphur content?! Despite my love of the taste... & the convenient breakfast idea
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I've been trying this off and on the last few weeks, with surprisingly good results!  


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Yey a reply. I thought it wold and at the comment of Mark. Anyway do you guys worry about that bacterial infection. Is it that intolerable by O`s that can they can`t fight bacteria`s inside our stomach with raw egg? I`m telling this because as what I know  O`s have great immune system over bacteria.


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High quality eggs have low bacterial counts to begin with. The eggs that are unsafe to eat raw are the ones from factory farmed, unhealthy chickens. I still digest egg whites better when cooked.


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Thanks

It will be good to start looking for a organic egg from now on.


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