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  1. Pveritas
    November 20, 2012

    Cold Thermogenesis works.
    I used to breathe in cold air gradually, from Autumn into the dead of winter to halt bacteria and alleviate virus infections from flu; dreaded taking ice cold baths; was a very sickly child with malnutrition. Upon migrating to England, I coupled cold air with exercise, food and rest. My body radiated heat in the midst of winter whereas my English counterparts wearing heavy clothes would shiver. At university, they were amazed and shocked that I could move about at low temperatures with wind chill with a T-Shirt and Jeans. However, fingers froze up with exam writing. Adapted to -20 Celcuis when I recovered from a 45 degrees celcius fever in USSR. My drawback was returning to the humid tropics where my body continued to get easily over heated. I still duck for air-conditioning or the refrigerator to cool down and reduce effects of humidity. Along with it, all the ailments, eczema, hives, asthma, sinus, allergies, slowly begin to creep in. Switched to Quercetin in lieu of pine bark, as antihistamine from Zertec, clarityn. Processed milk products, asprin, cows, goat, etc. causes anaphalactic shock. Natural milk does not cause allergy nor anaphalaysis. Pardon the spelling errors.

    • Abel James
      November 20, 2012

      Very interesting – thanks so much for sharing!

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    May 22, 2013

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  3. Lezlee
    October 8, 2013

    Is this interview with Jack Kruse on iTunes as a podcast? Can’t find it in your list of podcasts.

    • Emily Dewey
      October 8, 2013

      Unfortunately we’re only able to keep 40 shows on the iTunes site. We’re working on that though! Thanks for your patience and support :) – Emily, FBM Team

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