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Sunday, May 1, 2011

Old Hat

This Weeks' Citation Classic

Curious if anyone in my audience notices what I did when I found this.

8 comments:

eulerandothers said...

Don't know what you did. However, I saw this by the same author (Bierman):

http://www.ajcn.org/content/41/5/1113.long

Sanjeev said...

notable quote

"insulin deficiency ... abnormal regulation of fat mobilization "

Sanjeev said...

CarbSane wrote:
> audience notices what I did when I found this

eulerandothers wrote
> Don't know what you did

I think she meant
"did anyone notice the same thing that I noticed"

eulerandothers said...

Ahhh. (Bonk. Slaps forehead.) That's what she meant...

Sue said...

Jumped for joy!

MM said...

Take a certain blogger's name in vain? :)

Galina L. said...

Did you sent it to Peter-Hyperlipid blog? Well, actually, I doubt it, but it was my first thought for some reason.

CarbSane said...

Hee hee. Nah, wouldn't want to upset his delicate psyche. Really, after letting his readers go all out in comments trashing me and stating he never moderates comments, he did just that a while back and now seems a'scared of his readers discussing anything with me in the comments on his blog.

I'd like to know how it is that NAD's are so bad if one can triple the veggie oil content of a rat's diet and reverse diabetic nephropathy in the process. It's certainly a valid question worthy of discussion. Nah. Look at the fasting insulin ... that's interesting! LOL.

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