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Old Tue, Nov-01-16, 13:14
Bonnie OFS Bonnie OFS is offline
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If I eat dairy, I will suffer from joint/muscle pain for a couple of days.

Butter seems to be okay, but that is it.


I have the same thing, but the pain doesn't start unless I've been binging. Which I don't do too often - at least not to that point. But I suppose there may be negative effects of low levels of dairy that I'm not aware of.
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For arthritis, I find supplementation helps me.
  • dry gelatin, preferably grassfed beef
  • MSM, a sulfur compound, does wonders
  • niacin lowers inflammation and helps with stress
  • Vitamin C is very healing, especially the liposomal kind
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My solution to pumpkin pie is heating up some canned pure pumpkin puree (3 oz is ~6 net carbs) in the microwave, adding pumpkin pie spices and 1 tsp of butter. It has more pumpkin & spice taste than any pie and I now prefer it, year round (I open a big can of pumpkin puree, divide it into individual servings and freeze so I always have some on hand).
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Old Wed, Nov-02-16, 10:17
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My solution to pumpkin pie is heating up some canned pure pumpkin puree (3 oz is ~6 net carbs) in the microwave, adding pumpkin pie spices and 1 tsp of butter. It has more pumpkin & spice taste than any pie and I now prefer it, year round (I open a big can of pumpkin puree, divide it into individual servings and freeze so I always have some on hand).


I've got some leftover squash so I'll try this. Thanks!
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Old Wed, Nov-02-16, 12:48
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Was just reading Dr Champ's anticancer Thanksgiving, and he links to Mark Sisson's Pumpkin Pie, which uses a can of coconut milk, and three tablespoons of maple syrup ( not much, or could sub if do AS). http://colinchamp.com/anti-cancer-thanksgiving/
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Old Thu, Nov-03-16, 12:21
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My solution to pumpkin pie is heating up some canned pure pumpkin puree (3 oz is ~6 net carbs) in the microwave, adding pumpkin pie spices and 1 tsp of butter. It has more pumpkin & spice taste than any pie and I now prefer it, year round (I open a big can of pumpkin puree, divide it into individual servings and freeze so I always have some on hand).


OMG, I add some chopped walnuts on top and this is easy low carb pie!
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