Thursday, March 18, 2010
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Thursday, February 4, 2010
That's absolute crap. I piss the stuff and they adore me. In fact recent science has shown that the little bitches are attracted to people who have a high level of B12 and Folate in their blood. Can you believe this? the bitches want to make sure their offspring don't get neural tube defect. Unbelievable. You knew only female mozzies bite, didn't you? (the boys are just born, mate and die, what a short sweet life).Help! Getting woken up through the night by very nasty mosquitoes in the new place. I've got this great stuff from the states- B.. Anti Bug Balm- but even that is not deterring them they are so desperate they are getting into any naked crevasse where the balm has not been put- like in between fingers and toes!!Ahhh!. Is it true that mozzies love people who are low in Vit B? a girl in a health shop told me that a while ago. What do you think? Catherine
Monday, February 1, 2010
CAN YOU TELL ME THE TRUTH: DOES COFFEE NEGATE THE BENEFICIAL EFECT OF SUPPLEMENTS IF TAKEN WITHIN A CERTAIN TIME FRAME? DOES IT MATTER WHEN WE TAKE THEM? AN AQUAINTANCE OF MINE WHO HAS A BUSINESS OF SUPPLYING MOBILE TOILETS TO RODEOS AND COUNTRY FAIRS SAYS HE IS AMAZED AT THE AMOUNT OF TABLETS HE HAS FLUSHED OUT OF THOSE TOILETS “IN ALMOST MINT CONDITION”. ARE WE WASTING OUR MONEY ON FALSE HOPES?
KAYE , MARYBOROUGH, QLD.
Dear Kaye, there are three rules for the successful intake of supplements:
Absorption, absorption, ABSORPTION!
Yes, coffee (and to a lesser extend tea,) stops the absorption of: iron, calcium, most B vitamins, especially B12, and Folic acid. Of course this happens not only with tablets but also with the nutrients in regular food. So if you must have coffee, have it between meals.
In general, supplements should be taken AFTER a meal, this way they get plenty of time to be broken down with the food and absorbed properly. Otherwise they go straight where your friend found them!
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