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Old Sun, Nov-24-19, 22:39
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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/29457493/

basically explains vit D is very low in Adhd subjects compared to other subjects
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Old Sun, Nov-24-19, 22:54
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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/29457493/

basically explains vit D is very low in Adhd subjects compared to other subjects


And Zinc too (nickname zinc think)
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubm...9457493/related
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Old Fri, Dec-06-19, 08:36
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Thanks meme...I keep pushing oysters but the canned ones come from CHINA.

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Old Fri, Dec-06-19, 11:48
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Thanks meme...I keep pushing oysters but the canned ones come from CHINA.



I know, I use to love smoked canned oysters but not anymore... I eat nothing that comes from Communist China. Garlic is a bad one, they've been sending it here to the US for a while now, couldn't pay me to eat it!
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Old Fri, Dec-06-19, 14:29
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Lol

The garlic bed is growing. Doubled the amount planted a year ago. Planning to have a years worth in the freezer by next fall.

Fresh oysters are $1.00 to $1.25 each. The best zinc source. Noodling around how to freeze single serving sizes . The fresh are usually from the Gulf, nit China.
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Old Fri, Dec-06-19, 16:20
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Lol

The garlic bed is growing. Doubled the amount planted a year ago. Planning to have a years worth in the freezer by next fall.

Fresh oysters are $1.00 to $1.25 each. The best zinc source. Noodling around how to freeze single serving sizes . The fresh are usually from the Gulf, nit China.


Yes I definitely love to raw oysters and they are local.
Back in the day, I loved a ritz cracker with a dab of Mayo and then the little smoked oyster on top. I have searched every can in any store I go to and not one is from the US anymore. I was looking year ago and the only cannery left that I found in the US which is on the west coast but there is now concern over the Japanese nuclear disaster having reached the West Coast oysters.
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Old Fri, Dec-06-19, 18:26
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Is there testing to verify if the west coast oysters are safe??
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Old Fri, Dec-06-19, 21:10
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Is there testing to verify if the west coast oysters are safe??

Who knows?
I first read about radioactive concerns with the special seaweed that's so high in Iodine and then later about the oysters.
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Old Sat, Dec-07-19, 15:45
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Dang. Definite ly a real concern. But then gulf had oil spill. We humans are destroying this earth.....sigh.
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