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SB_UK
06-22-13, 02:09 PM
Chronic stress disrupts memory.
reference (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17898220)

Enzyme implicated in process.
reference (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21411659)

Potential treatment.
reference
(http://www.plosone.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0049976)
Just begun frying (for a few seconds) 2 tsps of turmeric in 1 tbsp olive oil with salt/pepper. Tastes wonderful. Eating it dry isn't really much fun.

Bit difficult to clean the pan but ... ...

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Of course it'd be better to eliminate the psychological stress of living in a thick world full of only idiots hell-bent on killing other people (for money) to kill their own selves (over-consumerism/consumption)

- but it looks as though this idea is too difficult for ANYBODY to understand (and human beings like to consider themselves intelligent!!) - and so societal change (to a world without social hierarchy) isn't going to be possible in the forseeable future.

namazu
06-22-13, 02:44 PM
Just begun frying (for a few seconds) 2 tsps of turmeric in 1 tbsp olive oil with salt/pepper. Tastes wonderful. Eating it dry isn't really much fun.

Bit difficult to clean the pan but ... ...
Also stains clothing.

Not that I'd know from having spilled curry down the front of my shirt twice in the past 3 days or anything... ;)

(I've decided to reduce my stress level by not caring that I'm a klutz with yellow splotches on several of my shirts... And hopefully I'll pick up some fabric to make a bib for myself.)

But that wasn't your point, now, was it?!

I can't say I've noticed an improvement in memory, but I've noticed an improvement in mood, which I attribute more to the pace of life here than to the curry. (...But getting to eat curry daily and not having to prepare it myself does make things a lot easier...)

I suspect there are more good people out there than idiots hell-bent on killing other people (for money) to kill their own selves (over-consumerism/consumption)
, but the latter do tend to make things rather unpleasant for the former.

SB_UK
06-22-13, 02:57 PM
I suspect there are more good people out there than

It's a pity that they choose not to expose themselves in public places :o.

namazu
06-22-13, 04:44 PM
expose themselves in public places :o.
I think you can get arrested for that! :D