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Old 04-04-2013, 14:12   #1
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http://spectrum.diabetesjournals.org...4/238.full.pdf

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Sounds like this writer is getting there! But, I'll bet the article will be greeted like Dr. Atkins has been. Whoopee, tho' that someone gets it!




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Yes, good that she got her article published although heavily edited by ADA.
Her hompage:
Low Carb Dietitian - Home

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Thank you foxl and hans! Since I am still building my bookmarks for nutrition, this is a great help and I appreciate this very much.

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Thanks, Hans for that blog address. I read some and bookmarked it for later reading.




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Robert and Patdart. Just wanted to have some background facts about the author of the article, so very easy to find her homepage - just copied her name and pasted it in Google search.

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hans - normally that is what I do, but since you already had posted it, thought a thank you was appropriate.

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Robert, of course I am glad that you found my link useful and I thank you for your appreciation and yes, I understand that you might as well found the blog before I did and could easily posted the link. I´ve also found your blog and I find it interesting and useful

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One of the difficulties writing in a foreign language is to use the right words. Easy to be misunderstood. Also some cultural backgrounds may play a part. In my post I only meant to be humble. If you differ to much from the rest in a group or in the society i.e try to show that you have better skills in one way or another you will get a neagative response from others. It´s a very common attitude in Scandinavia. A less competitive attitude, less individualism than for example in the US. There is even a concept for that "Jantelagen" - "Don´t think you are better than us". Good or bad - perhaps there should be a more competitive attitude in the Nordic countries.

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Thanks, I also marked the page and plan on reading the article later. Her facebook page also looks really informative.

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