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N finds me an answer about my health!

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  1. DoveAlexa

    DoveAlexa Chaz's Lovey Bunny
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    This is a dual topic thread, first about just an example of N at work and how I love it, and secondly about the answer it found me, which I'll get to:

    FIRST: I was just thinking about how to make getting to sleep tonight easier, and had an idea of drinking coffee, since I once read that it doesn't work right away and would eventually just cause me to slowly crash after a few hours, and I could use that to my advantage. Yet quiet suddenly my mind drifted to the idea of tryptophan, abandoning the first line of thinking completely. I thought (actively, now) "what has lots of tryptophan other than turkey, 'cause I'm not hungry?" which then spurred me to google the phrase :"tryptophan foods" which lead me to an article. While I was reading the article I read milk, eggs, poultry, anything with protein, red meat... (mind drifts to Star Trek TNG where Dr.Crusher gave Piccard a glass of warm milk to get him to sleep) then *DING* my mind says "Nutritional Food Yeast, what about that?". I immediately google the phrase "tryptophan "nutritional food yeast"" and get one and only one result, but exactly what I wanted:
    http://www.newlife.com.my/products/healthfood/more/nyeast.asp
    Not only did it say that NFY indeed is high in tryptophan, but its high in a good dozen or so things which are really amazing or important, and is all around awesome.

    The best part, I have some in my pantry!! I've used it before mainly as a source of B1, B12 and iron, but I didn't know about all this other amazing stuff, like it has more protein in it than meat (55% high quality protein :O) which means I can use it to bulk up my Chazzy too!


    EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE I love my Ni!!!!!
    :m015::m015::m015::m015::m015::m015::m015::m015:
     
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    My Dearest's Ni is awesome at scoping out causal connections in health matters. She does great research too. The information, combined with internalized intuition, seems to work wonders. She's gotten me on a good track towards a more healthy lifestyle, even though I sometimes resist stubbornly (misplaced INTP autonomy thing). She's even gotten me off some medications with bad side effects, replacing them with natural alternatives that work great.
     
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    Sounds more like Ne... I smell INFP :p
     
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    Nah if it was Ne she'd have been trying to blend the turkey into turkey juice.
     
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    INFJ's who are generally well developed have Ne and Fi close to their Ni and Fe values. My 3 tries at cognitive function tests confirmed this.
     
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