[ RadSafe ] Diseases , Oxygen , Nerves , Muscles , etc.
franz.schoenhofer at chello.at
franz.schoenhofer at chello.at
Sun Aug 7 09:34:44 CDT 2011
You already know that I enjoy your messages on RADSAFE and to be honest (I hope Jeff is not reading this....) the off topic ones. It is well proven, that radiation protection people have also other interest than radiation protection in order to give them a break.
Have you ever tried animals without gravy - simply roasted? I had two days ago roasted lamb with guests from Finland - delicious! Chicken, duck, goose - not acceptable with gravy!
We call the attitude, not to follow all the recipes of diet specialists by talking about "life quality" - a good, but delicious excuse. The little damage which might or not occur by taking up a little to much fat, proteins, etc. is outnumbered by far by the pleasure gained by eating a delicate menue. I remember very well, when we had a meeting with our old "Section Head", he used to say, that we should excuse him for a while, because he had to do something for "life quality" -i.e. to go to the toilet.
What I appreciate most of all, taking your health problems into considerations, is, that you still have retained your interests and you have not lost your humour! Keep on going!
---- Maury <maurysis at peoplepc.com> schrieb:
> Ah, a significant point, Chris! <g> But you are reinforcing my total
> prejudice favoring a diet of meat, eggs, meat, cheese, and meat. Worse
> yet, as an ardent conservationist, I love all animals -- especially in a
> good gravy. Groan ... with apologies, back to just watching.
> Maury&Dog [MaurySiskel maurysis at peoplepc.com]
> On 8/7/2011 7:32 AM, Chris Hofmeyr wrote:
> > Maury, I hope you do not see the following (tongue-in-cheek) question as
> > insensitive to your plight - I truly sympathise.
> > The healthy living fraternity often has it on about the importance of eating
> > foods containing anti-oxidants, the more the better. "High in anti-oxidants"
> > seems to be one of the best qualifications; it might even help to counteract
> > free radicals due to radiation, etc.
> > I often wonder how much of these healthy foods one can eat before you
> > suffocate, seeing oxygen is the most pervasive oxidant in one's body?
> > Regards
> > chris.hofmeyr at webmail.co.za
> > On Sun, 07 Aug 2011 01:16:34 -0500 Maury<maurysis at peoplepc.com> wrote
> >> Hi Joe,
> >> This post interests me indirectly because I have acute emphysema and use
> >> O2 24/7. I've followed the hormesis arguments on Radsafe over the years
> >> and essentially think it likely a real process. It occurs to me that all
> >> etc.
> >> Maury&Dog
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