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  1. I found the following blog post fascinating. It's a long read, but well worth it. I will be ending my high-fat diet soon, I think (just have to get more settled to be able to get non-jetlagged, "standardized", blood tests), and might try radically low-fat for a few weeks, then retest. In defense of low fat: a call for some evolution of thought (part 1) I'd be interested to hear people's thoughts on Minger's post. Search the Society archives - (when they're up...) - for "Pritikin" for some background. Zeta
  2. Saul

    lupin beans

    Dear ALL, Lupini beans recently have come to my attention: Like soy beans, they appear to be a vegan high quality, complete protein (low in methionine); but, unlike soy beans, they are also low in fat (see the attached .html file below). They also have an interesting history: Apparently, they were a snack consumed by the Pharoahs of ancient Egypt, as long as 4,000 years ago. And they are a popular snack in some Middle Eastern countries today. I've begun to enjoy them as a snack, myself. I'd like people's thoughts on this interesting bean. -- Saul lupins.html
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