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Intolerant! Who we?!

Shame on you people for calling us intolerant. We are the most tolerant society in the world. We have a history that is so rich and so embedded in being civilised. 200 more words

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Step 2: Digestive supplements

My intolerance test in October 2015 showed up some real problems with foods and lacking vitamins and minerals. My intolerance tester was one of the first people to really talk me through the link between gut health and autoimmunity. 500 more words

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Step 1: Food intolerance

The first thing I did was come off my medication. I did this gradually over the summer, as it was making me feel worse and worse. 552 more words

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Lactose // Not All Dairy Is the Same

Disclaimer: I don’t eat dairy, but I definitely used to. This post is based on my past experience and research. Both meat-eaters and vegetarians may have a sensitivity to dairy (vegans, you’re way ahead!) – this could be why.

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The Day After

Piotr slept well. He turned around under the blanket, yawned and stretched out his arms with a loud cry of contentment. Sunny morning after a successful action, what could be better in life? 3,407 more words

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The opposite of political correctness?

At TakiMag, Theodore Dalrymple — I mean (((Theodore Dalrymple))) offers some good points and clever turns of phrase in discussing political correctness. He describes it as a form of mass hysteria — which it does seem to be.  528 more words

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Scientists point out, however, that 60% of modern-day people still lack the enzyme for breaking down lactose and just don’t know it, meaning that they experience a wide range of digestive and allergy problems which they have never had attributed to their milk-drinking. 372 more words

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