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asked are female bonobos “always” pregnant?
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asked What is the composition of human feces?
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revised Has there ever been an attempt to create nutritionally tailored food for adult human consumption?
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revised What are the “stars” we see after a bump on the head?
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comment What are the “stars” we see after a bump on the head?
@RoryM Ok, I don't know what you mean with "something less fluid" but I've added the source that seems most complete on the subject, although that source is also based on other sources, IDK if that's ok? P.S: I tought that puting a wiki article would count as a good reference cause they are required to have "reliable" sources backing up their text...
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answered Do foods with preservatives become less toxic in the gut?
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revised Do foods with preservatives become less toxic in the gut?
much bettter explanation
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comment Do foods with preservatives become less toxic in the gut?
what a mess :P I've done some more research and it was believed that food in the gut putrified and became toxic up until early 20th century when advances in science showed no evidence of such. source:ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2668399.
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answered Has there ever been an attempt to create nutritionally tailored food for adult human consumption?
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comment Do foods with preservatives become less toxic in the gut?
@leonardo thx, I edited again, hoping it's clearer now. to clarify what you requested: I mean if the food has preservatives, then maybe it prevents the food decomposing as much as it would if it didn't have preservatives, thus not becoming as toxic as fast, thus the gut doesn't expel it as soon. hope that is clearer. But in the mean time nico has said what he said, but I don't really agree, I thought it was common knowledge that the intestines expel "stuff" that is sufficiently toxic, at least certain toxins, so...
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comment Do foods with preservatives become less toxic in the gut?
Hum... well the antimicrobials, if they kill some of the helpful gut bacteria then It'd be expected that they affect the absorption rate negatively, right?
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