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(12-11-2018, 04:25 AM)Bonny Wrote: Hi Joe
Is fenuside and saponin, one and the same?  Not alot of info out there thought you may know?
Thanks


Fenuside means fenugreek saponin.  Yes it's the same thing.  Likewise there is "shatavarin" for shatavari saponin.
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(13-11-2018, 03:07 PM)surferjoe2007 Wrote:
(12-11-2018, 04:25 AM)Bonny Wrote: Hi Joe
Is fenuside and saponin, one and the same?  Not alot of info out there thought you may know?
Thanks


Fenuside means fenugreek saponin.  Yes it's the same thing.  Likewise there is "shatavarin" for shatavari saponin.


Heya surferjoe2007!! Thanks a ton. This seems helpful for someone who is bottom heavy (bigger butt than boobs?) ... starting at barely A cup, and my boobs are tender maybe 1-2 times a day. Which is a lot more than before!
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hi Joe, can you recommend any substitute for almonds please ( expensive Blush )

and is this rice bran, I'm not sure if it's the right stuff: https://www.rawliving.eu/rice-bran-solubles-250g.html
having trouble finding any in the UK


thanx
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(08-12-2018, 07:02 PM)gembolina Wrote: hi Joe, can you recommend any substitute for almonds please ( expensive Blush )

and is this rice bran, I'm not sure if it's the right stuff: https://www.rawliving.eu/rice-bran-solubles-250g.html
having trouble finding any in the UK


thanx


Not that’s less expensive.  You need to remember that dried foods are 6 times more concentrated than wet ones.  Together the full list replaces most of a meal each day.  Including eggs and salmon, more than a meal a day.  Likewise for the question I sometimes get about calories.  They’re actually super low calorie foods for what you get, just physically dense.  If almonds are unusually expensive in your area then iirc 3/8 cup sunflower seeds should be close enough to replace 1/4 cup almonds (for a total of 5/8 cup sunflower seeds).  But where I am sunflower seeds aren't much cheaper.

As for the link, one user is taking a full tbsp.  Label also says it’s pure rice bran.  So I think it's probably right even though the description is weird.  If not then maybe it's a portion of rice bran.  Rice bran is a coarse powder similar to other bran, and likewise goes well in home made muffins, smoothies and on fruit.
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