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Granade01
Monday, June 13, 2011, 1:16am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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can anyone explain how orange inhibits metabolism?
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has a component called PUTRECINE

figure out the rest of the equation!!! haha

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Mayflowers
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"Oranges, bananas and coconuts cause abnormal growths", Dr. D

Of course, not if they are a beneficial/neutral. I think he was referring to A's... like me...
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Oh yes. I had an abnormal phenomena with coconut oil. Woke up 24 hours later red/pink. Very scary!!!
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