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Tim Rees
R. Nutritionist. Fed up with dietary dogma. Supporting quality meat, local, seasonal foods. Ex PT 15yrs.
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Tim Rees 3h
Excellent! I’ve been working on this for a while but still nowhere near as good as this! 👏🏻
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Tim Rees 16h
Replying to @DaveKeto
I use it to look for my mobile when I’m in a rush. Oh wait 👀
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Tim Rees Oct 24
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Tim Rees Oct 24
Actually, a week would be enough for him to see how his bloody fruit cakes upset his blood sugar. Ideally a little longer, no more than a month.
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Tim Rees Oct 24
Thanks for this! He’s in Aveyron nr Rodez.
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Tim Rees Oct 24
As a cadet I still had the tins. They were pretty good. Then they went boil in the bag. Not too bad (taste) either really but a whole lot of crap in them!
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Tim Rees Oct 24
Replying to @MattCressKeto
Great, thanks. We’ll see.
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Tim Rees Oct 24
Replying to @saifedean
I’m getting angrier by the day about it
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Tim Rees Oct 24
Replying to @MattCressKeto
Hey Matt, are the French open to prescribing CGM to diabetics? My Dad lives there and is x2 heart attacks, T2DM etc. I want his doc to lend him one, chances?? Thanks
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Tim Rees Oct 24
Replying to @ElieJarrougeMD
And the plant based narrative is making it worse!
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Tim Rees Oct 24
🖐 me too
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Tim Rees Oct 24
These were gold dust. They weren’t in every ration pack if I remember rightly.
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Tim Rees Oct 24
Replying to @Travis_Statham
I actually think he looks OK for that age. Kind of unremarkable in either direction. Just trying to be fair. I think his advice is terrible.
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Tim Rees Oct 24
Blue eyes there Brad! Nice
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Tim Rees Oct 24
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Tim Rees Oct 24
Just saw this Julianne ‘Many people with SULT gene polymorphisms will also be sensitive to food colorings and additives in processed foods since these chemicals are phenols which slow down SULT pathways even more.’ Link to follow
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Tim Rees Oct 24
I definitely think removing both high carb inc sugars helps too. Specially if they have dysbiosis. Initially though I may be looking to remove those foods that are triggering allergic response and/inflammation. Removing sugar is always part of my advice.
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Tim Rees Oct 24
Replying to @DoctorJoJames
Every time! 😂
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Tim Rees Oct 24
Replying to @juliannejtaylor
30% high histamine foods.
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Tim Rees Oct 24
Same!
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