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Cinnamon and Magnesium?

Post: #11
08-12-2012, 11:10 PM
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RE: Cinnamon and Magnesium?

Nobody told you to stop expressing your opinion so do not go overboard.

The comment was about pushing your opinion so hard. I have seen your posts all over the forums and you are 'pushing' your opinions. In some of the forums, almost every single thread ends with a comment from you about avoiding medications or the benefits of the paleo diet. Its a little much especially when you don't consider the criteria or qualify your statements. I have RA and this diet is not going to cause my immune system to stop attacking my body, yet your commentary would seem to simplify the disease to one of diet. With respect to Diabetes, you did not even mention the difference between Type 1 and Type 2. This diet has only marginal benefits for those with Type 1 Diabetes.

Lastly, there is evidence that early humans ate grains so your commentary is rather one sided:

http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/observations/2009/12/17/humans-feasting-on-grains-for-at-least-100000-years/




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Post: #12
08-16-2012, 03:46 AM
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RE: Cinnamon and Magnesium?

I take cinnamon to stabilize my blood sugar levels. It has helped me out with tons of spikes in my sugar levels. I do take magnesium so that my body absorbs my calcium supplements.



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Post: #13
08-16-2012, 11:11 AM
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(08-16-2012 03:46 AM)sillylucy Wrote:  I take cinnamon to stabilize my blood sugar levels. It has helped me out with tons of spikes in my sugar levels. I do take magnesium so that my body absorbs my calcium supplements.


Calcium supplements are not needed if you are eating green vegetables and dairy. Calcium supplements have also been linked to heart disease and other health problems, so I would be wary of taking them. Also, the importance of calcium is overstated, lactose intolerant African Americans have low rates of osteoporosis.



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Post: #14
08-17-2012, 03:45 PM
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RE: Cinnamon and Magnesium?



(08-12-2012 11:10 PM)annmagic Wrote:  Nobody told you to stop expressing your opinion so do not go overboard.

The comment was about pushing your opinion so hard. I have seen your posts all over the forums and you are 'pushing' your opinions. In some of the forums, almost every single thread ends with a comment from you about avoiding medications or the benefits of the paleo diet. Its a little much especially when you don't consider the criteria or qualify your statements. I have RA and this diet is not going to cause my immune system to stop attacking my body, yet your commentary would seem to simplify the disease to one of diet. With respect to Diabetes, you did not even mention the difference between Type 1 and Type 2. This diet has only marginal benefits for those with Type 1 Diabetes.

Lastly, there is evidence that early humans ate grains so your commentary is rather one sided:

http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/observations/2009/12/17/humans-feasting-on-grains-for-at-least-100000-years/



Well said, Annmagic. I am fed up with being bombarded with the 'no grains' philosophy at every turn.

I have a combination of RA and Lupus, and on my doctor's advice, I am following an anti-inflammatory diet, which includes whole grains. Guess what? The inflammation around my lungs from lupus is now responding to the diet, which is about as far removed from the Paleo Diet as you can get. I also have high blood pressure, so I have to be careful with saturated fats.

I welcome all constructive advice to help me deal with my health issues, but I object when people tell me my doctor - whom I have literally had to trust with my life on more than one occasion - doesn't know what he's talking about. And when someone says that the diet he recommended is no good, that's exactly what is being said.




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Post: #15
08-18-2012, 10:36 AM
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(08-12-2012 11:10 PM)annmagic Wrote:  Nobody told you to stop expressing your opinion so do not go overboard.

The comment was about pushing your opinion so hard. I have seen your posts all over the forums and you are 'pushing' your opinions. In some of the forums, almost every single thread ends with a comment from you about avoiding medications or the benefits of the paleo diet. Its a little much especially when you don't consider the criteria or qualify your statements. I have RA and this diet is not going to cause my immune system to stop attacking my body, yet your commentary would seem to simplify the disease to one of diet. With respect to Diabetes, you did not even mention the difference between Type 1 and Type 2. This diet has only marginal benefits for those with Type 1 Diabetes.

Lastly, there is evidence that early humans ate grains so your commentary is rather one sided:

http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/observations/2009/12/17/humans-feasting-on-grains-for-at-least-100000-years/



You are effectively telling me to stop expressing my opinion by telling me to stop 'pushing my opinion'. What's the difference between 'pushing' an opinion and expression an opinion? You could always use the ignore function if my opinion bothers you because I shall continue to express my opinion on these matters.




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Post: #16
08-18-2012, 10:03 PM
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(08-18-2012 10:36 AM)shaun Wrote:  
(08-12-2012 11:10 PM)annmagic Wrote:  Nobody told you to stop expressing your opinion so do not go overboard.

The comment was about pushing your opinion so hard. I have seen your posts all over the forums and you are 'pushing' your opinions. In some of the forums, almost every single thread ends with a comment from you about avoiding medications or the benefits of the paleo diet. Its a little much especially when you don't consider the criteria or qualify your statements. I have RA and this diet is not going to cause my immune system to stop attacking my body, yet your commentary would seem to simplify the disease to one of diet. With respect to Diabetes, you did not even mention the difference between Type 1 and Type 2. This diet has only marginal benefits for those with Type 1 Diabetes.

Lastly, there is evidence that early humans ate grains so your commentary is rather one sided:

http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/observations/2009/12/17/humans-feasting-on-grains-for-at-least-100000-years/




You are effectively telling me to stop expressing my opinion by telling me to stop 'pushing my opinion'. What's the difference between 'pushing' an opinion and expression an opinion? You could always use the ignore function if my opinion bothers you because I shall continue to express my opinion on these matters.



There is certainly a difference between pushing and expressing. I consider it pushing when you bring up an opinion out of context and dismiss the ideas of other people. You are no longer expressing at that point.



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