Tuesday, August 15, 2006

Someone Ask Landis if He Eats a Lot of Millet

Another item from the speculative coincidence department:
apparently a diet high in millet is highly associated with thyroid dysfunction. Yes eating millet can cause goiter leading to hypothyroidism. But you have to eat a lot of it over a long period of time, exactly the sort of conditions I explained may be necessary to stimulate a dietary-based false positive on the IRMS.


Blogger Robert said...

Get rid of Dick!

9:00 AM  
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10:18 AM  
Blogger Free Floyd said...

Oh Dick Quick you are the Jonathan Swift of your imagination!

10:53 AM  
Blogger Amateur said...

I don't think you've addressed how diet can cause a false positive on the CIR test. You earlier cited a paper that shows that diet can increase the C13/C12 ratio in testosterone, but you did not mention whether it addressed the comparison to reference hormones.

6:53 PM  
Blogger micheleski said...

Has Floyd used the meat connection? US meet is high in hormones and maybe steroids. check out "Mad Cowboy"

8:18 PM  
Blogger mark said...

My understanding of the T/E ratio is that the T was of normal levels, but it was the E that was elevated. The ratio was off but in the wrong direction to cause a performance increase.

5:24 PM  

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