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proclus : Michael L. Love: rutabagas odyssey

Michael L. Love: rutabagas odyssey
I am following up with research on some of the foods on the list, particularly the ones that I am less familiar with. So I started with rutabagas, and this humble vegetable is taking far longer to research than I expected, which mostly explains why I haven’t posted recently. There is rapeseed oil, canola, Monsanto, turnip greens, and much much more; each with research forks. It is really a marvellous subject, and there will likely be more in the future about this, but that is unfortunately all that I can say for now. I’ll leave you with one of the more interesting references that I turned up, related to autism and iodine. Cheers!

Autism: transient in utero hypothyroxinemia related to maternal flavonoid ingestion during pregnancy and to other environmental antithyroid agents.

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proclus
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    Published Saturday, January 09, 2010 12:00 PM by proclus

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    proclus : Michael L. Love: parsley and autism

    Michael L. Love: parsley and autism
    (draft, under construction, work in progress, comments, suggestions, revisions welcome)

    I have a friend who is autistic, and I have been puzzled as to why his allergies should be so severe, but I think I have a hopeful answer now.

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