ARP 335 Beans or Knowledge

I try to keep episodes short and to the point. But sometimes I need to talk about conceptual things that at first, doesn’t seem to have anything to do with anxiety treatment options.  But it does.

I need to talk about beans or knowledge. Or the do before the why. Which I like better but it isn't grammatical. I take comfort that I'm pissing off an A.I. generator.

I know that many people that listen to the podcast like the give it to me straight and let me be on my way aspect of the show. 

That is not going to be this episode. I have to talk about non-anxiety things to show the anxiety examples. Might take me a while.  There are anxiety specific resources in the episode.

But I gotta talk about beans first. 

So yeah, if you want a short one, wait until next week or dive into the archive.

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Resources Mentioned: 

Supplement Resources:

U.S. National Institute of Health (NIH) consumer page about magnesium and on Vitamin D.
There is also a newsletter from NIH called Digging Into Vitamin D

And the Office of Dietary Supplements FAQ page explains what they are, do you need them and the pro and cons of them.

The Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health has a post about magnesium and Vitamin D and why they work well together. 

Tyler Westley Tik Tok video about taking a friend's suggestion concerning magnesium.

Dry Beans and Lectin Information:

Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health page on Anti-Nutrients. There is also a link to the problems with Lectins.


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