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Unread 10-14-2009, 12:27 PM
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Unread 10-15-2009, 12:17 PM
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Part 2 on the main site.
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Unread 10-16-2009, 02:58 PM
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This is not a typo or even grammatically incorrect, but you often start sentences with, "As well." This is an odd and kind of awkward construction. Couldn't you just say, "And," or, "In addition," or something along those lines?

On the other hand, if you just like that phrase, ignore this post. "As well" isn't wrong, just weird to my ear.
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Hi Lyle

I just read the part 2 section of the article, but somthing I don't understand when you write;

". In the modern diet, it’s generally pretty easy to get w-6 fatty acids through the diet, unless folks consume fatty fish, w-3 are much harder to come by (hence the general need for some type of supplementation)."

It's easy to get w-6 fatty acids through the diet, unless folks consume fatty fisk???

Why is it not easy if you eat fatty fish? I mean if you eat fatty fish, you can still eat dietary with w-6 fatty acids, or does fatty fish counteract with that ??

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Still easy to get them. Should be read like:

"In the modern diet, it’s generally pretty easy to get w-6 fatty acids through the diet.
Unless you eat fatty fish, w-3 are much harder to come by"
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Ahh, now after reading that phrase 20 times, I get it:-)
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Additionally, the live modifies how much cholesterol it produces depending on daily intake.
I assume that should read liver, not live.
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Is there a rate of absorption range for carbs and fats, and would you happen to know what it is? For example protein is usually quoted as 5-10g/hour can be absorbed depending on type. Likewise, I'm wondering if there is a reference for different types of carbs and fats.

I've looked for an hour through google books and can't find anything like it.

Is there an upper limit per hour on glucose absorption for example?

Just curious ...not impacting diet or training!
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