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After years of searching for proven science that adding a bit of lard to
boiling beans will increase the body's ability to get the most nutrient
possible, while reducing flatulence, I have found it.

Dr. Weston A. Price, a dentist in the early 1900's, discovered that
wholesome foods included meat, fats, butters, cheeses and lacto fermented
veggies were the principal reason for the growth of civilizations across the
world.

The decline in health, started when mankind decided that meats, et al, were
bad for you.

In Mexico we knew this lard/bean combo was good for you and we really never
suffered flatulence nor obesity. Until recently.

I have been adding a spoonful of lard to a pot of beans forever. And we, as
a family, never lifted the house during the night with gases as happens to
others who don't use lard.

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On Sep 30, 2:08*pm, "Wayne Lundberg"
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I have been adding a spoonful of lard to a pot of beans forever. And we, as
a family, never lifted the house during the night with gases as happens to
others who don't use lard.

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I'm not entirely sure that lard is the reason. (I've also heard the
claim made that epazote will reduce flatulence.)

The trick more seems to be to eat beans regularly -- it allows you to
build up the intestinal flora needed to properly digest them. I know
from experience this is true for me. If I eat beans daily, no
problem. If I go without for a month, and then start again, big
problem. This is true whether the beans contain lard, epazote or
neither.

I'm not knocking lard, though.
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"Wayne Lundberg" wrote in message
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After years of searching for proven science that adding a bit of lard to
boiling beans will increase the body's ability to get the most nutrient
possible, while reducing flatulence, I have found it.

Dr. Weston A. Price, a dentist in the early 1900's, discovered that
wholesome foods included meat, fats, butters, cheeses and lacto fermented
veggies were the principal reason for the growth of civilizations across
the world.

The decline in health, started when mankind decided that meats, et al,
were bad for you.

In Mexico we knew this lard/bean combo was good for you and we really
never suffered flatulence nor obesity. Until recently.

I have been adding a spoonful of lard to a pot of beans forever. And we,
as a family, never lifted the house during the night with gases as happens
to others who don't use lard.

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I that anything like lead in your pencil?

Dimitri

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On Sep 30, 2:08 pm, "Wayne Lundberg"
wrote:

I have been adding a spoonful of lard to a pot of beans forever. And we,
as
a family, never lifted the house during the night with gases as happens to
others who don't use lard.

Comments?


I'm not entirely sure that lard is the reason. (I've also heard the
claim made that epazote will reduce flatulence.)

The trick more seems to be to eat beans regularly -- it allows you to
build up the intestinal flora needed to properly digest them. I know
from experience this is true for me. If I eat beans daily, no
problem. If I go without for a month, and then start again, big
problem. This is true whether the beans contain lard, epazote or
neither.

I'm not knocking lard, though.

claim made that epazote will reduce flatulence.)

The trick more seems to be to eat beans regularly -- it allows you to
build up the intestinal flora needed to properly digest them. I know
from experience this is true for me. If I eat beans daily, no
problem. If I go without for a month, and then start again, big
problem. This is true whether the beans contain lard, epazote or
neither.

I'm not knocking lard, though.

I have to agree with you. The body 'learns' how to handle stuff that may be
a bit different than grain, grass or meat. Dried legumes need special
attention, methinks. Thanks for your note!


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"Wayne Lundberg" wrote in message
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After years of searching for proven science that adding a bit of lard to
boiling beans will increase the body's ability to get the most nutrient
possible, while reducing flatulence, I have found it.

Dr. Weston A. Price, a dentist in the early 1900's, discovered that
wholesome foods included meat, fats, butters, cheeses and lacto fermented
veggies were the principal reason for the growth of civilizations across
the world.

The decline in health, started when mankind decided that meats, et al,
were bad for you.

In Mexico we knew this lard/bean combo was good for you and we really
never suffered flatulence nor obesity. Until recently.

I have been adding a spoonful of lard to a pot of beans forever. And we,
as a family, never lifted the house during the night with gases as happens
to others who don't use lard.

Comments?


Your close with the fermented angle but no, go back to your research. You
present no facts and too broad a thesis. Once again, go check out Dr.
Marisela Granito's research




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On Sep 30, 11:08´┐Żam, "Wayne Lundberg"
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Subtle Butt by Garment Guard is a disposable activated charcoal and
enzyme flatulence filter that has adhesive tabs that adhere to your
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"Wayne Lundberg" wrote in message
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After years of searching for proven science that adding a bit of lard to
boiling beans will increase the body's ability to get the most nutrient
possible, while reducing flatulence, I have found it.

Dr. Weston A. Price, a dentist in the early 1900's, discovered that
wholesome foods included meat, fats, butters, cheeses and lacto fermented
veggies were the principal reason for the growth of civilizations across
the world.

The decline in health, started when mankind decided that meats, et al,
were bad for you.

In Mexico we knew this lard/bean combo was good for you and we really
never suffered flatulence nor obesity. Until recently.

I have been adding a spoonful of lard to a pot of beans forever. And we,
as a family, never lifted the house during the night with gases as happens
to others who don't use lard.

Comments?



Beans , Beans , good for your heart. The more you eat , the more
you.............The more you......... the better you feel,so eat those beans
every meal.


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