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    This makes me feel more than ever that you should convert to the kettlebell and calisthenics club. That shit, as useful as it is for grounding and mindfulness, is also cognitively exhausting. If you find you are missing it, I am sure the community here can oblige in terms of enabling self-flagellation and body shaming. I will rename Nathan Greyhound Ian Greyhound for starters.
  2. FT: https://academic.oup.com/eurheartj/advance-article/doi/10.1093/eurheartj/ehz388/5514076 So, these are still associative measures. The paper devotes scant space to actual mechanisms. It is a pretty good paper and the design is pretty robust.
  3. Listen, when you are in this kind of an hero/giving up mode, I can't troll you. You need to recover, get swole and arrogant, and re-injure yourself. I AM COUNTING ON YOU.
  4. Figured this might be of interest to folks here: https://www.fda.gov/media/120060/download "Section 505F(b) of the FD&C Act defines RWE as “data regarding the usage, or the potential benefits or risks, of a drug derived from sources other than traditional clinical trials” (21 U.S.C. 355g(b)).5 In developing its RWE program, FDA believes it is helpful to distinguish between the sources of RWD and the evidence derived from that data. Evaluating RWE in the context of regulatory decision-making depends not only on the evaluation of the methodologies used to generate the evidence but also on the reliability and relevance of the underlying RWD; these constructs may raise different types of considerations."
  5. His (Bill Wilson's) "moment of clarity" came from LSD use: https://www.google.ca/amp/s/amp.theguardian.com/science/2012/aug/23/lsd-help-alcoholics-theory
  6. Are you high again? Do I need to send you some Rimonabant?
  7. I don't think Naltrexone is actually fast-acting enough to be used for overdose scenarios.
  8. Do you think you may be experiencing micro-awakenings/REM parasomnias based on the increased dream recall? What you are subjectively reporting sounds like degradation in sleep architecture to me. https://www.nature.com/articles/npp20146
  9. I think this is a definite factor. Fat type also has specific POMC, enterostatin, etc. signalling effects; hyperpalatability coupled with high-density and low satiety is going to tend towards overeating. Neither your brain nor your stomach are telling you to stop stuffing your pie-hole. And, unsurprisingly, obese subjects have blunted anorectic hormonal responses.
  10. Recidivism rates are crazy. It has worked for a couple of people I know, but I strongly caution people against it.
  11. I was going to post "Come and knock on our door/We've been waiting for you". I do not have the excuse of drug use.
  12. Giving keto a try for FM purposes and while (on day 8 ) I am sleepy (as opposed to tired) and ravenous (as opposed to 'hungry'), I feel pretty good overall. Frequency is down a bit as I adjust, but managed my regular am giant sets and a max effort kb carry/max rep kb goblet squats this afternoon and hit PBs on both (200 lbsx150m; 100 lbs x 25 reps).
  13. YOU are the Chanson de Geste in this conversation, my friend.
  14. Nice bump there, Snorri Sturluson. Any other sagas you want to retell for us?
  15. https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-019-01806-2?utm_source=Nature+Briefing&utm_campaign=5f68e6c0af-briefing-dy-20190607&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_c9dfd39373-5f68e6c0af-42057643 https://yoda.yale.edu/medrxiv
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