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    Yesterday, 09:41 AM
    I flew over Mt. St. Helens before and after she blew. What a crazy sight that was!! Strange, Can't upload a photo...
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    Yesterday, 09:32 AM
    Trump has never been the savior of liberty and he never will be. None of these things should be shocking. It's simply sad that so many Ron Paul supporters were fooled by this guy. He's no more evil than the rest of them but he's definitely evil...
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    02-21-2018, 06:09 PM
    I was speaking purely to stomach issues with that. Many people who do develop stomach issues either from NSAIDs or simply from something prior will take hings like Toradol IV.
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    02-21-2018, 01:36 PM
    Anyone who's had their eyes open knew that Trump was a phony. He will never stand up for Liberty. He will always be looking to make a buck and he will always have a liberty bent to his arrows...
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    02-21-2018, 01:22 PM
    That is actually the difference in OTC NSAIDs and prescription NSAIDs like Meloxicam as I take. Meloxicam is more of an "over time" release allowing once per 24 hours as well as having a more stomach friendly coating.
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    02-21-2018, 01:14 PM
    goldenequity Ok, so I'm now 8 days into taking DE daily (using your above described dosing taking a "heaping" teaspoon in my morning coffee). I haven't really noticed any major differences in anything like energy levels or overall "feeling better", but also to be fair I haven't been trying it for very long yet either. That said, one thing I have noticed is something as your friend described. Due to my herniated discs narcotic pain killers are (for better or worse) a part of my daily life. And a common side effect of that is, as I'm sure you know, constipation issues. On day three, and so far ever since, I am back on a schedule like I was before the pain pills of having nice healthy daily BMs every morning. I bolded healthy because I mean healthy. Not to be graphic or gross, but my stool isn't loose nor causing any irritation. So far so good!
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    02-15-2018, 12:40 PM
    Yeah.....what could possibly go wrong? Broward Sheriff: Give Police the Power to Involuntarily Commit People Who Raise 'Red Flags' The Baker Act in Florida allows law enforcement or medical professionals to confine a person involuntarily...but you have to have a reason, you have to be able to articulate that they're a threat to themselves or a threat to someone else. So what I'm asking our lawmakers to do is go back to places like Tallahassee or places like Washington, D.C. -- give police the power -- if they see something on social media, if they see graphic pictures of rifles and blood and gore and guns and bombs -- if they see something with horrific language -- if they see a person talking about, I want to grow up to be a serial killer -- we need to have the power to take that person and bring them before mental health professionals at that particular time, involuntarily, and have them examined.
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    02-14-2018, 07:43 PM
    I think you're misunderstanding my stance. I don't really fear the path we're on, but rather have difficulty coming to terms with some of the ways the path will affect and alter us from a social standpoint. And it's ironic that you ask, "why even fight for freedom?" because that's where my difficulty lies. Sense of privacy as we know it will be gone soon. We're within 30 years of seeing everything around us connected to the IoT (Internet of Things), and I mean everything. Our clothes, our wallpaper, our toothbrushes, our toilets, ect. It'll have incredible benefits to things like the medical industry is one harped on boon because if you have a stroke in your back yard your clothes will diagnose you and notify your local hospital while deploying an ambulance drone with the EMTs being made fully aware of your medical history and condition while en route. But the worrisome aspects would be when you urinated after you woke up your toilet alerted your insurance company you had non-prescribed or illegal drugs in your system and your insurance was canceled. Or perhaps your personal transportation (car, drone, ect) has been remotely disabled for 24 hours. Depending on laws, maybe you've got law enforcement on the way with a warrant to search your home and for your arrest issued due to your urinalysis (which your toilet does every time you use it). But the main topic of this thread has stemmed around economics.... The sad realization for me (sad as it violates my libertarian philosophy regarding governments and economics) is that we're going to see some kind of radical shift. Whether it's some form of a UBI or even a path that leads us to completely abandoning money (or at least as to how we understand it) is hard to say.
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    02-14-2018, 06:54 PM
    Neuromorphic Chip discussion is the one that is really a step forward in computer learning, as it mimics the functioning of neurons and synapses in the brain. While the idea itself is a few decades old and the current applications are definitely niche, it is already opening doors to far more efficient use of learning algorithms which lends a lot of credence to claims from companies like Intel and IBM of seeing a computer with a true digital brain within the next 5 to 10 years.
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    02-14-2018, 04:50 PM
    You are grossly misinformed about this, my friend. Boeing bets big on flying taxis and pilotless planes October 5, 2017 The aerospace giant is buying Aurora Flight Sciences, a maker of automated drones and aviation parts, in a bid to bring increased automation to airliners, military drones and even personal air taxis. Story at link: http://money.cnn.com/2017/10/05/news/companies/boeing-acquires-aurora-autonomous-797-air-taxi/index.html?iid=EL People are now flying around in autonomous drones
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    02-14-2018, 03:03 PM
    I understand, and more so than people might think..agree with you. That's why I've posted a few studies being done in other countries that are showing some extremely positive results in fighting things like cancer. Both for the optimistic outlook it can give fellow forum members who are either dealing with things like cancer or at a high risk themselves with age. Because nations like Sweden and Norway are making discoveries that will change a lot of the treatments we have for many diseases that has been kept active by suppression of newer and better ways by large pharmaceutical lobby groups. As an aside, and relating to my earlier comment about intent not translating well to text.... It dawned on me my previous post might come across as being vindictive or targeted. I had no such intent and was merely commenting, so please know that if any of it seemed malicious it was not meant to be.
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    02-14-2018, 01:44 PM
    I have no doubts that you view and understand health treatment is best when integrated approach of both natural and science depending on the ailment, Donnay. That's why I said my "concern" was more of how some of your posts can come across as one sided. Though granted intent has a bad habit of poorly translating to text. But it's why I'll find myself trying to offer an objective counter point a lot because I'll think of people like that idiot David Stephan and his wife who literally watched their 19 month old son die from bacterial meningitis because of their position that nature can cure anything (refusing to accept that nature also has a dark side and is quite talented in killing us also). They didn't believe in vaccinations (they're not ones who simply want to space out vaccines more, they refuse all of them) so their child didn't have the vaccine that is given for bacterial meningitis. They don't believe doctors are here to help people, so when their friend who was a nurse and helped in their home birth of their children saw the child and said they should see a doctor as he was exhibiting signs of meningitis they instead took him to a naturopathic who didn't do anything more than look at him (heck of an exam) and gave him a tonic made from what reads like a spice list for making gumbo. Only when their child quit breathing did they call 911 and reach out to a doctor. By then it was too late sadly. Ironically, the parents still find a way to blame their son's death on the medical system citing poorly equipped ambulances.
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    02-14-2018, 11:21 AM
    That is the idea, as well as the argument made to explain the need for a UBI. Basically the sales pitch is we'll become a planet of "business owners" with AI systems being the "CEOs" who run and maintain those businesses for us, and the proposed UBI system is like us getting profit checks from them. And they get around the counter of someone having to build and maintain the AI with the point of the AI being able to produce and maintain itself to meet the criteria we give it, which we're starting to see now (robots building robots and computers writing new software). A few friends of mine even use that model as a basis to hope the AI decides it doesn't want us here, citing it's logical course from there would be to work to solve propulsion and travel issues related to space travel. They believe a machine conscious would find that to be an easier and higher chance of success scenario than going SkyNet on us....lol. And personally I am of the opinion that space will be our first big steps after AI reaches the scenario point being discussed if for nothing else than for man's need to explore and material needs (planetary colonies and asteroid mining for example).
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    02-14-2018, 04:50 AM
    This has been the event horizon so to speak when I start to dwelling on this topic, the point where my understanding and views of economics and political philosophy start to fall apart. That's not to say it alters them, but it does leave me at a loss when trying to piece together in how we'll adapt. He's not wrong about we're within a 5 to 7 year window of seeing any job that involves driving a truck being completely automated, and contrary to some arguments I've seen stating that they can't operate in or around city and other urban environments making it cost prohibitive (which that stance is completely wrong) I am talking about those routes/jobs as well. In all honesty, the time frame I said actually is including private vehicles as well. Automobiles are coming off the lines now with most of the base hardware needed for autonomous operation needing only a few components and the software. By 2025 private autonomous cars will be the norm, and as I said in another post discussing this with AF an agreed time frame is around 2030 we'll begin seeing legislation banning manual driving on highways, freeways, and in some cities (think along the lines of seat belt laws and New York being the odd duck for instituting seat belt laws and where the nation is today). What he's not saying is the scope of change we'll experience in that same time frame. Because he's not talking about the systems that are already being used in hospitals (imagine your doctor having constant up to date knowledge of all research and papers to apply when trying to diagnose a patient. That system is in it's infancy but it is already here), law offices, engineering jobs, architectural designers, and more. So while he's focused on the guy who "with an average level of education of high school or one year of college.", the real shock to the job market will be when you have people with technical jobs who hold Masters degrees or their Ph.D in fields that takes some work and dedication to educate yourself for find themselves without work. I know (and agree to an extent) that the response is new jobs and industry will be created by virtue of these changes. But being optimistic and saying these new markets will emerge after only 5 years still means that several million will be doing good to get a job flipping burgers for that period. And while people can cite precedents from other industrial revolutions as a guide for how this new 4th revolution we're watching being born, that argument falls apart when it's accepted that this industrial revolution isn't geared towards moving people faster. It's not geared towards maximizing the farmland able to be cultivated per person. Meaning, this technological advance we're witnessing isn't geared towards a few specific markets. It's geared towards replacing the one thing every single industry has in common.....us. So there is no buffer zone that can control it's impact on ALL jobs. My stated position on it is the only buffer we have is the speed of evolution with quantum computing because the only thing holding AI back from reaching AGI and ASI soon after is processing power. And we've made strides with quantum computing over the past few years and are accelerating. Throw in the fact that ASI is the Holy Grail for all the world's governments (meaning you have all that funding and priority) we are far more close than people like to think about. I've said before...people have to understand that whichever nation achieves ASI first is forever the world's dominant super power. Even if China beat us to ASI by one hour, due to the exponential growth that system will operate at guarantees that no one will ever catch them.
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    02-13-2018, 11:57 PM
    I've read and enjoyed his short stories from the "I, Robot" writings. Definitely good reads (my favorite was "Liar!") and a good way to somewhat lay some ground work (speaking to getting an idea of what kind of lens to view through) of how to approach the subject. Honestly though, I imagine Isaac Asimov would be in shock if he could see how close we were to ASI and all the technologies it was poised to open up for mankind. The entire concept of the Metaverse 1.0 and the Metaverse 2.0 still gives me chills. Something about that fact of being able to digitally upload our minds to something like the cloud both temporarily (1.0) and even permanently (2.0) leaving our physical bodies (dying) to achieve immortality, albeit digital immortality is well.....well, I'm sure I don't have to explain how that notion is just...out there. But more so in that I honestly don't think it'd take that long (speaking in terms of exposed generations) before mankind became a digital race. Not that I personally want to line up to do it, but as time went on and people were born and acclimated to that idea? I know it's almost a cliche' thing to say, as pretty much every generation before me has said the same thing....but it literally floors me to a degree when I really think about what kind of technology and the world itself my grandchildren will see in their later adult lives.
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    02-13-2018, 11:38 PM
    Just for you, Donnay since you were just talking about this. Ibuprofen can damage men’s endocrine system Scientists saw a hormone imbalance in 14 young men who took ibuprofen for two weeks similar to that of a 70-year-old. Ibuprofen can reduce the production of testosterone in men, shows new research. Taking the painkiller daily for just two weeks resulted in a hormone imbalance among young male participants that more closely resembled that of older men whose testes produce less testosterone, say the scientists behind the study.
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    02-13-2018, 11:22 PM
    Agree 100% And I'm honestly not that different. I view natural therapy (diet, yoga, ect) as day to day maintenance to help keep everything running, and medical intervention as the mechanic. Ironically....I HATE going to the doctor (I especially hate needles. We're talking I'm the guy who'd rather let you punch me in the nose than stick me with a needle), but I go every three months whether anything is wrong or not. I have to for prescription refills anyway, but also we have a real good provider who actually talks to us, asks questions to keep track of things, ect. I hope the day it's ever needed is long coming, but when it does....any surgeons will have an extremely well detailed medical history containing both any medications and treatments, as well as medications and treatments I've refused and an explanation of why (I refused any statin based drugs, as well as declined a referral to chronic pain management. LOL.....I have an addictive personality to where if I like something, I'm going to do a lot of it). Most importantly, it has my "condition" detailed in it. I have a genetic "defect" that makes me highly resistant to opioids. And when I say highly resistant, I am not exaggerating. 50mg of methadone is a lethal dose for someone not "in the know" with opioids, and back in 2007 while drunk was eating some methadone I had been prescribed (I was getting high....not going to lie) and due to my friend Jim Beam distracting me....well, I took over 500mg (plus almost an entire 5th). And I wasn't found for a couple of hours. I woke up in an ICU (apparently I did "die" three times) with a nurse banging on the window to wake me up, as when I slept I quit breathing. But the next day I started realizing that I had hospital staff from all facets just kind of popping up by my room. I found out later it was that no one from the previous night believed I was alive. In fact, I was one of two methadone ODs that night....the other had taken like 70mg and wasn't drinking. He died. It's weird because certain narcs do work for me, albeit in higher doses. Morphine does nothing for me...and I mean nothing. Fentanyl doesn't. either. But Dilaudid is just wonderful....lol. Granted they give me 2mg per dose without dilution, and then at least every 45 minutes. I take hydrocodones because I refused oxycodone. Don't ask why, but for some reason hydrocodone gives me relief, and oxycodone just makes me itch and hurt. Point being, my biggest fear is me be in a car crash or some shit and be in pieces and hurting like no tomorrow and as I'm laying there unable to speak I got some nurse giving me morphine thinking they just helped me.
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    02-13-2018, 10:12 PM
    I'll concede that's one way to view it. But another way is that means I have real world knowledge about some things that fly in the face of what someone on the internet is swearing to be true. But to your point, bear in mind (and I say this half playfully, so it's not meant smart ass) that means I can assure you that we've yet to receive a check from Big Pharma, be invited to the super secret meeting discussing the depopulation plans as well as figure out how we can make the most money (I still say that is the greatest business model ever...we'll kill all our patients so we can make money). She does get gifts from the pharmaceutical reps though.....he brings Little Ceasar's Pizza for their lunch. But on the serious side, that is why I get a bit frustrated with some of the talk how all doctors only want to make money and don't care for their patients. Because while that talking point is being pushed, my wife gets home at 5am because some kid shot himself but didn't die immediately from it. He had no family, no wife, nothing. So she sat with him so he wouldn't be alone as he waited to die. She literally just had a mother come in with her daughter a couple of days ago, who was sure her child had the flu. She wanted her hospitalized right then (she hadn't even been swabbed to test) but made it clear she didn't get flu shots and she didn't want her given Tamiflu. Right off the bat she made it clear there would be no treatments that are the norm, demanded her child be hospitalized, and made it clear it was the hospital's job to insure her child didn't suffer possible death like others have around the nation. That woman spit in my wife's face when she tested negative for the flu and informed the mother she couldn't admit her. Let me say that again.....she spit in my wife's face. I'm not saying that for sympathy mind you.....I'm saying that to prove a point. Because my wife went back to work the following day to do it all over again. That should say a lot, because if someone spit in my face? Nine or Ninety-nine, man or woman.....I'm stomping their brains out through their ears. As I said....it's not that you're wrong. But you have unrealistic expectations and opinions about the medical field.
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    02-13-2018, 07:19 PM
    Why is it that any time you happen upon a story about the kind of people you WANT to be a police officer it involves them being fired? Stephen Mader, a veteran of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, settled a wrongful termination suit against the Weirton, West Virginia, police department for $175,000. He alleged that the department fired him for not shooting a black man struggling with suicide. “At the end of the day, I’m happy to put this chapter of my life to bed,” said Stephen Mader, a former officer in Weirton, West Virginia, who was also granted a pledge that his former employer would not prevent him from obtaining a new job in law enforcement elsewhere. Mader was the first responding officer to a 2016 call involving RJ Williams, a 23-year-old black man believed to be suicidal. Mader, who is white, made the determination that Williams did not pose an immediate threat to him or fellow officers, even though he was holding a gun. Mader began trying to talk Williams down. “He wasn’t angry,” Mader previously told the Guardian. “He wasn’t aggressive, he didn’t seem in position to want to use a gun against anybody. He never pointed it at me. I didn’t perceive him as an imminent threat.”
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    02-12-2018, 11:34 AM
    Interesting. The bulk of aircraft research as far as the "skin" of the plane is usually more centered on heat as that's one of the biggest obstacles in faster aircraft as the drag creates friction which increases as speed does. I'm curious to see how much more air speed is opened up to aircraft if this pans out.
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    02-12-2018, 11:14 AM
    Kimber is opening a new plant here as well in Troy, AL that is supposed to be up and running in 2019. Remington has a plant in Huntsville, AL and was supposed to be opening another plant in Montgomery, AL but I'm not sure if that will happen. Apparently the one in Huntsville may be closing.
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    02-12-2018, 11:06 AM
    Acupuncture is one of those things that seems to work miracles for one person and not at all for the next. Whether it's a placebo effect or not I definitely think it's a good thing to offer service members as many possibilities as they can. The ONLY knock on this is it being pressured onto those service members as military doctors are being pressured into finding ways besides opioid prescriptions due to the "opioid crisis". So for every person it helps (and there are a lot people in the service who swear by it and get results) there is going to be another who gets to hurt awhile longer while they insist they try acupuncture a little longer before giving them a narcotic pain killer. But that doesn't speak to acupuncture being effective and help many patients, mind you.
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    02-12-2018, 10:52 AM
    I understand Donnay...but your presentation comes across not as informative but instead biased. For example, if someone makes a comment about any pharmaceutical instead of replying something like, "Yes...I understand how that medication can really be beneficial for people with certain conditions but make sure you're aware of possible side effects and/or bad reactions with other meds or foods", you'll instead post stories or related studies that highlight those possible side effects as proof they are poison or not helpful at all. And that's where my concern comes in, as I worry how many people from both sides of the spectrum will make some foolish decisions for themselves resulting in either longer suffering than need be or escalation of their condition. Because people that might benefit from a targeted diet plan to assist their medication regime or people refusing medications to go along with their diet plan are both going to lose. This is why pointed out that our family provider is a Pain Management certified MD who is also a big proponent (dietary advice is part of his treatment plans with patients suffering chronic pain), to illustrate that both positions regarding treatment is something found in many clinics who deal with chronic pain sufferers. People are different from the next in how our bodies react to foods and medications to the point where we have to accept that there is no one size fits all. Medical science has increased the life span of people to almost double (especially with the advent of antibiotics) as well as making many things once considered a death sentence very treatable. But the flip side to that, and as my doctor likes to point out, overuse and abuse of these medications are taking these advances away since we are using them to treat many conditions that can just as easily, if not better addressed, using simple natural remedies that has been used for centuries.
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    02-10-2018, 10:31 PM
    It's playing craps with loaded dice. The goonerment plays dirty and they will not give up easily. Even if they don't prosecute these guys they will find a way to steal their money or drive them out financially. Thugs don't have rules so you can be sure there's something still coming their way...
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    02-10-2018, 04:15 PM
    Our primary provider used by my wife and I is VERY big on natural treatments like you're talking about. It's an MD my wife works with that she's known for a few years through the ER she works at. He's also a Pain Management MD (not many people know that doctors have to have special training to work pain management), which should speak to people doubting your point. However, I hope that he also insures you understand that not every case can be treated naturally. Donnay....it's not that you're wrong about your view. It's that you're applying unrealistic expectations. Imagine someone saying that since firearms can't 100% guarantee your safety that they are obviously nothing more than a ploy put to us to make money. I know you'd agree that is an unrealistic view, and yet you see medicine through that lens.
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    02-10-2018, 03:44 PM
    And there is a good chance that flu shot provided her immune system a biological "heads up" with exposure and anti-bodies which prevented over reactive immuno-response leading to septic shock.
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    02-10-2018, 03:32 PM
    This article is missing one vital fact as proven out by the quoted excerpt..... The above side effects is related to people taking NSAIDs and acetaminophen drugs together. NSAIDs themselves aren't auto-dangerous until combined with people self diagnosing, sadly usually people with some form of chronic pain and thinking over the counter means safe regardless of size of dose or mixing with other over the counters. I live with two herniated discs (L4 and L5) with protrusions after my back injuries, and that is after emergency nuero surgery where they removed disc material and part of a vertebrae to relieve pressure on my sciatic nerve which was growing into bone from the pressure (meaning I'm one of the privileged few to have experienced a level of pain not many get to), and take Meloxicam daily. I take it as it's only once daily (prescription only) to help maintain relief from inflammation, as well as keeping levels of NSAIDs low as I also have my "bad day" prescription (only 45 per month) for Norcos 10mg which is hydrocodone with half the levels of acetaminophen than found in say Lortab or Lorcet. This small regiment of pain killers keeps me out of chronic pain clinics as well as having more surgery done (which I will eventually have to have, but am in no hurry for). So understand....and don't take this personally...but that "crap" you think people shouldn't take keeps me out of an operating room, allows me to live without eating a shit ton of narcotics daily, as well as allows me to not spend 80% of my waking time per month in bed.
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    02-10-2018, 02:57 PM
    Israel's Netanyahu acknowledges that he is likely to be indicted soon Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu remained defiant Thursday in the face of reports — which he acknowledged — that police are expected to recommend his indictment for demanding and receiving gifts from businessmen, including cases of champagne and Cuban cigars, in exchange for personal favors. Responding to numerous Israeli media reports, Netanyahu posted an angry video to his Facebook page agreeing that the recommendation he be indicted appears imminent. "Many of you are asking — what will be ?" the prime minister said. "I want to reassure you, there will be nothing because I know the truth."
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    02-07-2018, 11:53 AM
    I think this is more of a "marijuana is a gateway drug" logic in application. For example (and the following is purely fiction on my part to prove out my point): "Studies find that 100% of methamphetamine addicts all have either eaten or currently consume hot dogs, raising concerns about the ease that people can obtain this possible gateway food." So some students did a study concerning possible aggravating factors leading into Type 2 Diabetes with a group of overweight people between 40 and 65 and out of the 1,206 of that group 241 used more mouthwash than the rest and were at higher risks for developing Type 2. What's missing is the number of times per day this higher risk group eats and uses mouthwash after these meals. Or a controlled diet comparison (I know they say they accounted for diet, but unless they had all subjects on the same diet and physical regime, there is a LOT of wiggle room to ignore or invent facts). Or a genetic predisposition comparison. The issue of Nitric Oxide is an interesting one though. Being that it's a natural component of saliva (meaning even if you sterilize it all with mouth wash it is something almost immediately replenished) one would think that claim false. But, and I didn't know this until I read to check I was correct in what I was thinking, our production of Nitric Acid halves by age 40....which lends credence to the possibility of causing unintended harm to our digestive system as we age.
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