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The Show / Re: Winter Vitamin D
« on: September 10, 2009, 06:49:58 PM »
Most breakfast cereals are fortified with broad spectrum of vitamins, often vitamin D is included.

Milk is also packed with the shit.

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In many countries, such foods as milk, yogurt, margarine, oil spreads, breakfast cereal, pastries, and bread are fortified with vitamin D2 and/or vitamin D3, to minimize the risk of vitamin D deficiency.[21] In the United States and Canada, for example, fortified milk typically provides 100 IU per glass, or a quarter of the estimated adequate intake for adults over age 50

I hate milk AND cereal. I put cream in my coffee, and use milk in some recipes, that's it. Most cereal is just sugar in colorful shapes. Yuck.

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The Show / Re: Winter Vitamin D
« on: September 10, 2009, 06:48:22 PM »

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Rachel Maddow is indeed a lesbian.

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Allāhu Akbar.

After 3 years of my childhood living across the street from a Dhahran mosque, that is indelibly ingrained in my mind. I can't even read it without hearing that crusty old Imam's voice blaring through the shitty PA they hung from the minarets.

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The Show / Re: Winter Vitamin D
« on: September 10, 2009, 05:24:43 PM »
No, it's actually true. You want me to really spam it up with links? 'Cause I got 'em. Even Wikipedia says so.

"Vitamin D2 (made from ergosterol) is produced by invertebrates, fungus and plants in response to UV irradiation; it is not produced by vertebrates."

So, D2 is for invertebrates like yourself, BJ, and other fungi. D3 is for vertebrate animals, like us humans.

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The Show / Re: Winter Vitamin D
« on: September 10, 2009, 04:22:43 PM »
When it comes to supplements, always look for D3. It's the most bio-available and ready to metabolize form. Others require enzymatic conversion and are therefore less effective.

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The Show / Re: Winter Vitamin D
« on: September 10, 2009, 11:12:17 AM »
Maybe Ian tends to an indoor weed garden while nude.

Quite possible. Well, actually, I saw him with his shirt off in that topless protest video, so probably not.

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The Show / Re: Winter Vitamin D
« on: September 09, 2009, 11:12:19 PM »
YOU NEED TO EXPOSE YOUR SKIN TO THE SUN TO GET IT TO MAKE VITAMIN D.
Not true. You just need the right kind of light. It doesn't need to come from the sun.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vitamin_D#Production_in_the_skin
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Synthesis in the skin involves UVB radiation which effectively penetrates only the epidermal layers of skin. While 7-Dehydrocholesterol absorbs UV light at wavelengths between 270300 nm, optimal synthesis occurs in a narrow band of UVB spectra between 295-300 nm. Peak isomerization is found at 297 nm. This narrow segment is sometimes referred to as D-UV.

True. Nonetheless, the UVB light has to fall on bare skin. And most lights don't cast UVB light, so unless you light your home or office with reptile bulbs, you're gonna get D deficient indoors.

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The Show / Re: Winter Vitamin D
« on: September 09, 2009, 07:42:09 PM »
Is this a serious topic?  what a fucking waste of time.

Your post is a fucking waste of time. So I deleted it.

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The Show / Re: Winter Vitamin D
« on: September 09, 2009, 07:40:35 PM »
HR, if you want to get natural Vitamin D, there is ONLY ONE WAY TO GET IT. Sun exposure on your skin.

Sure, you can take supplements, but the discussion I am referring to was regarding why people's bodies produce less Vitamin D during the winter. It is because they expose less skin, and there is less sun to expose it too. Whether it's -25 or +25, it's still too cold to go out in a T-shirt for long enough even if the sun is out. You need to expose your entire torso and arms and head to direct sunlight for about 10 minutes (longer if you're darker skinned) to get a full day's dose. The less skin you expose, the longer you need to be out there. That doesn't happen in winter. Despite living in Arizona, I still take supplements, but that doesn't change the physical process by which natural Vitamin D is created in the body.

I hate to break it to you, but the people I know go outside more in the winter in NH than in TN where I used to live.  That might be because there is so much more to do up here.  

Why are you an idiot? Are you fucking high, or is your reading comprehension just that bad?

People can go outside all fucking day, dude. If they are wearing clothes, like long sleeve jackets and hats, which is typical of the winter months, even here in sunny Arizona, they will not get any NATURAL Vitamin D from their own BODY.

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The Show / Re: Winter Vitamin D
« on: September 09, 2009, 07:38:39 PM »
Is this a serious topic?  what a fucking waste of time.

No, he was just trolling me about NH.  Vitamin D from a pill is complete fine.

NO, I wasn't trolling YOU about anything. I also never said that Vitamin D pills are no good, I even said I take them. You are being stupid. And you don't read.


Anyway, I listened to the show from 9/2, and during the 'natural alternative to the flu vaccine' segment, they had a lengthy discussion of why people don't get enough Vitamin D from the sun in the summer, and Ian seemed skeptical, as if it just happened magically because you could see the sun (he literally said, "I sit in here all winter long and I see the sun shining" without a hint of irony). I felt that I had to point out that the sunlight has to interact with your body to generate Vitamin D.

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The Show / Re: Winter Vitamin D
« on: September 09, 2009, 05:24:13 PM »
HR, if you want to get natural Vitamin D, there is ONLY ONE WAY TO GET IT. Sun exposure on your skin.

Sure, you can take supplements, but the discussion I am referring to was regarding why people's bodies produce less Vitamin D during the winter. It is because they expose less skin, and there is less sun to expose it too. Whether it's -25 or +25, it's still too cold to go out in a T-shirt for long enough even if the sun is out. You need to expose your entire torso and arms and head to direct sunlight for about 10 minutes (longer if you're darker skinned) to get a full day's dose. The less skin you expose, the longer you need to be out there. That doesn't happen in winter. Despite living in Arizona, I still take supplements, but that doesn't change the physical process by which natural Vitamin D is created in the body.

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The Show / Winter Vitamin D
« on: September 09, 2009, 05:05:52 PM »
YOU NEED TO EXPOSE YOUR SKIN TO THE SUN TO GET IT TO MAKE VITAMIN D.

All that bullshit about the angle of the sun or overcast skies is far less relevant than clothing and exposure, which none of you mentioned.

You need to EXPOSE your naked flesh to the SUN. No one does that in -25 New Hampshire. So you get deficient. That is how it works.

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General / Re: Sheriff Joe signs onto the FSP?
« on: August 16, 2009, 04:30:38 AM »
Imagine the possibilities

You mean like if Michael Vick joined PETA?

I thought that was a condition of his parole.

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General / Re: Sheriff Joe signs onto the FSP?
« on: August 16, 2009, 03:55:57 AM »
Sheriff Joe is one of the lowest scumbags currently feeding at the trough of stolen taxpayer dollars. Asking him to sign up for the FSP is like inviting HItler to passover.

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