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Re: Vitamin D [Re: el_calvo] #2942262
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What do you think of the NAD supplements?


A threat response is a potent trigger for motivated reasoning.

"People who are right a lot listen a lot, and they change their mind a lot. . . . . They wake up and reanalyze things and change their mind. If you don't change your mind frequently, you're going to be wrong a lot."
Re: Vitamin D [Re: Autoprax] #2942336
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Originally Posted by Autoprax
What do you think of the NAD supplements?



Sorry, I haven't encountered NAD supplements, but they can't do anything good.
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Re: Vitamin D [Re: el_calvo] #2942371
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A threat response is a potent trigger for motivated reasoning.

"People who are right a lot listen a lot, and they change their mind a lot. . . . . They wake up and reanalyze things and change their mind. If you don't change your mind frequently, you're going to be wrong a lot."
Re: Vitamin D [Re: squidley] #2942380
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Sure Squilly, but first could you tell me which medical school you graduated from, where you did your residency and which if any fellowship training you completed, I’m sure it was in oncology.

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Re: Vitamin D [Re: surfflexx] #2942399
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Originally Posted by surfflexx
Sure Squilly, but first could you tell me which medical school you graduated from, where you did your residency and which if any fellowship training you completed, I’m sure it was in oncology.


Sure. It's like glowbull warming with you. When your arguments fail then try and cite a consensus of experts. I'm still waiting for your study comparing the cancer rates of sunburned carb eaters to the cancer rates of sunburned fat eaters, the premise you insisted on.

I'll note that the most advanced medical practitioners ever are presiding over the biggest "explosion" of cancer ever. Instead of searching for excuses isn't it time to check our premise?

I don't blame doctors exclusively. I blame them, the leaders of medical establishments, and cancer patients themselves. Carbohydrates are EXTREMELY addictive. It should be no surprise that the people who are so carb addicted that it gives them cancer refuse to take medical advice which includes carbohydrate abstinence. Freedom allows these people to walk out of the offices of doctors they disagree with. However, freedom i$ not the force which shaped the entire medical profession into lying to these people.

Why cure a patient if you can treat him for the rest of hi$ life, and he likes it?
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Re: Vitamin D [Re: squidley] #2942405
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Right you’re playing doctor to people with potentially live threatening disease. Why would anyone take you seriously. Oh right blame the medical community those who actually commit to endless hours of education, science, internships and practice. Easy to be a expert on the internet, you have no responsibility for anyone you harm.

Re: Vitamin D [Re: Autoprax] #2942457
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There are any number of drugs which are harmful, and most doctors refuse to prescribe or recommend them. Janeuvia is an excellent example. Janeuvia claims to be a type 2 diabetes medication. The active ingredient suppresses DPPIV. In the bloodstream DPPIV breaks up insulin. So a drug which gives diabetics more insulin is a good thing, right?

Wrong. Humans also use DPPIV in the small intestines. DPPIV digests proteins associated with carbohydrates. The cause of type 2 diabetes is carbohydrate proteins which attach to insulin receptors. In type 2 diabetics Januvia suppresses the only protein capable of defeating type 2 diabetes. By and large doctors don't prescribe Januvia.

Health food shelves are chock full of supplements I wouldn't touch with your hand. I would be amazed if more than 1% of physicians would recommend supplementing with NAD. And in my book those doctors would be idiots.
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Re: Vitamin D [Re: el_calvo] #2942459
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It's not NAD that is a supplement.

Nicotimimde increases NAD.


A threat response is a potent trigger for motivated reasoning.

"People who are right a lot listen a lot, and they change their mind a lot. . . . . They wake up and reanalyze things and change their mind. If you don't change your mind frequently, you're going to be wrong a lot."
Re: Vitamin D [Re: Autoprax] #2942567
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The fact that a drug exists doesn't make it a viable drug. Tobacco is not a viable drug.

You;re an idiot.
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Auto is quirky, witty, inquisitive and sometimes irritating but he’s not an idiot. You’re the idiot.

Re: Vitamin D [Re: el_calvo] #2942604
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I heard cutting carbs is big in Europe for preventing/ treating cancer

If it can help why not do it

Doc, is this that far out in right field?


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Re: Vitamin D [Re: squidley] #2942658
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Originally Posted by squidley
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The fact that a drug exists doesn't make it a viable drug. Tobacco is not a viable drug.

You;re an idiot.
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Do you not understand what a question is?

The fact that one drug is not viable does not make another drug not viable.


A threat response is a potent trigger for motivated reasoning.

"People who are right a lot listen a lot, and they change their mind a lot. . . . . They wake up and reanalyze things and change their mind. If you don't change your mind frequently, you're going to be wrong a lot."
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Re: Vitamin D [Re: el_calvo] #2944880
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Vitamin D is easily supplemented, no reason to take chances with skin disease.


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The deference given to veterans is insane. They signed up, did their job and got paid for it. Fine.
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Originally Posted by Coat Hanger
Vitamin D is easily supplemented, no reason to take chances with skin disease.


I keep seeing reports that supplements are at best ineffective and possibly detrimental.
My approach is to protect body parts that tend to burn and let the rest be exposed.


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