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Thursday, November 3, 2011, 11:57am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I  take magnesium and ARA. Caprylic acid is around if things get out of hand.


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I've been eating ghee for several years, I'd probably have to eat a pound a day to get the concentration that is in Intrinsia as Andrea mentioned. I can't eat too much fat, no gallbladder and my Swamie fats are low.

Also if one has gut issues it is different.

The bottle does not specify with or without a meal as some of the other bottles do, but I think on an empty stomach is what I will do from now on.

Policymaker - Did you see the article that Dr. D'Adamo wrote on amaranth? Just for the fun of it I went in and changed my SWAMIE as if I had cancer (which I don't) and guess what? The only change in the whole diet report was that amaranth got changed from bennie to diamond. Interesting. I think you for good measure I will add this to my daily diet. It is apparently great for colon health. I know it has much more fiber than teff. I get oat bran as a bennie which I've been enjoying and now I'll add this to it. I soak everything overnight and cook it with my diamond apple. It sounds generally good for overall health.

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I have used amaranth for years, and I think it is wonderful! As I've said before, though, every grocery here stopped carrying it for some reason. Now I have to order it.


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With you on the amaranth, I'm baking the amaranth bread that was on that page. it has to cook for about another hour but smells lovely. (a little treat for Emily when she comes back from swimming.

http://drpeterjdadamo.com/BAS/2011/11/amaranth/


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a question on the cooking of the bread i halved the quantities as i didn't have a big enough pot, so how much less do you think i should cook it for,

The full quantity would be two hours, I'm going for about 1 and a half hours as a guess.


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I think 1.50 hours would be fine. One hour I believe would not be enough. It has to do with the baking through the thickness. Did you follow the recipe to a tee or did you change it up a bit. Let us know how it turns out. It sounds delicious and I too am interested in making it. Best of wishes for your appointment tomorrow.

Good for Emily to have a dad like you! I had a wonderful father who was a cook and baker and loved his children so much. Once a week on one of his days off, he would bake bread; it was therapeutic for him and yummy for all of us!
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Well it didn't exactly go to plan, Took it out after a hour and a half and it was too gooey, could put it back again so a let it cool for a bit, turned it out and then put it in the oven for 30 mins, so it is now cooling but crunchy on the outside lol, should of left it to the resident pastry chef amber.

spent a hour cleaning the kitchen lol sooo much stuff to make a little cake.

it tastes like a fruit cake, kinda like it but it would need perfecting or just following the recipe somehow with a bigger pot. I think it's more of a adult taste to it, but i did put less molasses in it for Emily's benefit, so perhaps better to stick to the right amounts, but definitely worth trying.


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