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paul clucas
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I have replace ghee with limited amounts of olive oil for some time now and have found that a benefit.  Meats provide amino acids and Isa is constantly saying how non-secretors benefit with amino acid supplementation.  A health food store, that I occasionally shop at, is owned by body builder.  He is obviously an Explorer from his proportions and features.  I cannot find such a selection of ammino acid supplements as I have in his store anywhere else.

Any kind of animal protein is an important food resource for me, and I shamelessly plan my meals with the protein determination first.  Although my cravings do prompt me to fry with ghee and eat much more meat, I am not prepared to risk stop loosing weight to play around with that.

Perhaps the key to lowering your cholesterol is limiting the variety of grains to Quinoa and other obscure gluten free grains.


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I have replace ghee with limited amounts of olive oil for some time now and have found that a benefit.  Meats provide amino acids and Isa is constantly saying how non-secretors benefit with amino acid supplementation.  A health food store, that I occasionally shop at, is owned by body builder.  He is obviously an Explorer from his proportions and features.  I cannot find such a selection of ammino acid supplements as I have in his store anywhere else.

Any kind of animal protein is an important food resource for me, and I shamelessly plan my meals with the protein determination first.  Although my cravings do prompt me to fry with ghee and eat much more meat, I am not prepared to risk stop loosing weight to play around with that.

Perhaps the key to lowering your cholesterol is limiting the variety of grains to Quinoa and other obscure gluten free grains.


Paul, I hope it is not too personal a question.  I know that you, like me, are watching your hypertension.  May I ask if you have elevated LDL?  My triglicerides are good, although they went up on the GTD and my HDL is good, although it went down on the GTD.

Your advice about limiting my grains is very good advice.  I have been limiting them more and more as time goes on.  I am only allowed one serving of grain per day, so often times I don't have any grain at all.  I usually only have quinoa or white or brown rice.  Two or three times a week I will have one rice cake with my sardines and onions.  Do you think I should drop the rice as well?


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White rice is high on the glycemic index much like white bread. Anything that is high on the GI is likely to increase LDL cholesterol and triglycerides. Basmati is lower on the GI but should still be limited.


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