I can't figure out why a hostess would cook a turkey for 5-6 hours in the oven and then let the cuts cool off on the table. A cold turkey sandwich would have done the trick fer me fer sherr. It would be gauche to ask her to use the microwave ... and no oysters in the stuffing, my, my, my!
Well, all of that is great but it wasn't my question. I wanted to know the function of citrulline in controlling blood pressure, if any. And how it may interact with L-arginine.
Forget parasitology. I read that l-arginine would help lower blood pressure. My cardiologist said, that a person would have to take 50 pills a day to make much difference, but some people were more sensitive to it than others. Then, I read that l-arginine wasn't effective unless combined with the amino acid citrulline. Well, citrulline isn't an amino acid as far as I know, but what function does it have. I thought it was an intermediate product produced by the kidneys.
Phy, I'm sick of worm stories, very creepy, though interesting in a weird manner. I hope I sleep well tonight afta( that's Southern for after) Georgia Tech beats UGA. USC, Texas and Auburn are the class teams, all else is regional pride.John
Wonder what Plute would say, if we told him, no more carrier or planes flying off of carriers stories. He couldn't stand two hours or worm stories and we have been putting up with these boring stories for years.
I heard turkeys are the prime carriers of the 30 foot tapeworms and that cooking makes no difference. I'm glad I didn't have any of our feathered menace yesterday. LH, the snail poop on the side of the house is much worse than a few pissants, smelly or not. John