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Offline edmon171

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Studies about organ meats
« on: April 15, 2014, 08:48:20 am »
I read about an old study where they fed raw organ meats with radioactive tracers and then watched where they went in the body. They found that as fast as within 30 minutes of ingestion, the digested materials were shuttled selectively to the corresponding organ that was ingested. I find this incredible, the body can recognize what was ingested and send the molecules to heal and regenerate its own corresponding tissue. Does anyone have a link to the actual text to this study? I can't find it anywhere. Or does anyone know of a similar study with raw organ meats, besides the drowning mice swimming for 3 days on raw liver.
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Re: Studies about organ meats
« Reply #1 on: April 15, 2014, 09:00:11 am »
Very interesting, I been craving liver again lately despite being afraid of cooper toxicity, and ironically my liver is back to being a mess, so I'm guessing I should go ahead and eat it.


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