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Smartass Gold Thread #1 Anonymous 10/02/2021 (Sat) 07:45:18 No. 462902
I'm making this thread on a whim so I'm making this up as I go along. In this thread you will only post things you have learned about that other people might find useful or would find interesting. No theme or required topic, anything goes. It can be from life experiences, books, informative videos, or whatever else.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rQmqVVmMB3k To start the thread I'll post this video on different kinds of oils commonly used in food like packaged foods or fast food. I don't know how many holes you could potentially poke into the information of the video if you spent time researching on your own, but it convinced me to be more serious about cutting back on fast food and junk food to be on the safe side.
bumping for those interested
>>1551396 thanks for bumping >>462919 this video blew my mind. i took a nutrition class in uni and was literally taught that linoleic acid among other PUFAs and MUFAs are good for you and decrease the risk of heart disease. i've always hated using oil for cooking just because it made me feel sick to eat it... feel so vindicated now
>>462919 watching this now its really disturbing i want to stop eating vegetable oil
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probably popular but this is a decent tranlator, getekept it from my classmates and my german homeworks hitted daebak https://www.deepl.com/es/translator?referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com%2F
a nona asked why all koreans are named kim the other day (a little bit of trolling), here is a good quora answer its an interesting topic https://qr.ae/pvbVua and another one with a concrete example https://qr.ae/pvbLrN
https://youtu.be/BqkekY5t7KY one reason to look for clothing made with natural fibers like cotton and not synthetics like polyester, whenever its possible and reasonable for someone
https://youtu.be/BSbg1vIkpHg a video about tips for hopefully better sleep. some things may be too over the top for others but in my experience magnesium before bed has helped me out with feeling more rested after sleep. i might try a little gelatin before bed too (mixed with hot water) for the glycine
>>1630005 try magnesium glycinate!
https://www.tylervigen.com/spurious-correlations a fun website that demonstrates correlation =/= causation.
read into skin treatments advertised as helping with aging and collagen restoration such as laser resurfacing, ipl, ultherapy. read various things so im not going to compile all links but the main takeaway is to be very cautious about ipl or things like ultherapy that use ultrasound. perhaps avoid altogether if ever considering options at the dermatologist in the farther future. for a minority of people who have tried them they reported their skin came out worse with worsened texture and unwanted fat loss but they had no way of knowing beforehand theyd be in that minority of people whose skin would react badly
>>1680122 what about led therapy?
>>1680129 didnt look much into that besides seeing some people say the higher power leds at the derm didnt seem to do much for aging related issues, but it has beneficial effects for skin redness. seems a lot less immediately powerful than the others and needs longer term use
im trying to increase my probiotics intake and part of that has been trying water kefir and trying to grow the grains. last time i had it, the grains lived for a month and it did away with any issues of post meal bloating if i drank some after eating. ever since then bloating after eating hasnt really been an issue for me, unless i eat certain foods i know i dont tolerate well like dairy. now that i have water kefir again ive been sipping a little water kefir with my meals the past 5 days or so (only 1/3 cup or a little less than that so far per meal). compared to last week maybe the benefit ive felt is how very little gas ive had (though it wasnt a lot before either). no sensations/gurgling from my stomach either. will see if this continues, it seems like a positive sign for digestion. ive tried several things in the past to improve my digestion and water kefir has been one of the quickest to give me some kind of observable improvement, as far as i can tell

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