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true

(troo) [AS. treowe, faithful]
1. Real, genuine, or actual. Opposite of false.
2. Straight.

true

actual.

true digestibility
the endogenous source of a fecal content of a feed moiety under examination is taken into account when assessing the input-output relationship of the moiety.
true glucose
reducing substances in the blood less aldose sugars, galactose, mannose.
true rosette
a clustering of cells, e.g. neuroblasts, around a hollow central lumen, as in human retinoblastomas.

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Q. How much is it true? My Chemo treatment just got over and I started to relax for a while. My best friend and well wisher advised me to cut on dairy products as much as possible. She said it will be harmful if I consume them, as they increase the chances of breast cancer. How much is it true?

A. The main purpose of consuming milk is to get calcium and Vitamin D which is necessary for our body. But as a matter of fact, the milk does not contain them. So inorder to ensure calcium and Vitamin D supplement, the Government has taken measures and fortified the milk with calcium and Vitamin D. Instead of having milk, which ultimately increases fat for adults, they can choose to get the supplement from other source. The scientists have established a link between milk and breast cancer, as the rats started to develop tumor when consumed milk. But the results are yet to be proven in human.

Q. Is this true? I am interested in Chinese medicine. So I have been reading a lot about the Chinese herb, Ei Ta Mei, which is said to be good for weight loss. Is this true?

A. HELLO JOHNSON10,I thank you myself(mrfoot56)for that answer,on herbal or natural meds--THE KEY TO ALL THIS MESS ABOUT THIS STUFF,is THE EFFECTIVENESS IS NOT REQUIRED BY LAW-THAT SHOULD MAKE PEOPLE THINK ABOUT WHAT THEY ARE SPENDING THEIR MONEY ON,THEIR ARE WAYS TO LOOSE WEIGHTBUT YOU HAVE TO GO TO A DR(for help)-FIND OUT WHY YOU CANT LOOSE WEIGHT-IT COULD BE MEDICAL--LIKE JOHNSON SAID-SOMBODY IS GETTING RICH OFF OF SOMEONE PAIN,OR PROBLEMS-AND IT WILL CONTINUE UNLESS PEOPLE EDUCATE THEMSEVES,ABOUT THIS STUFF,NOT JUST TAKE THE WORD OF A PERSON THATS GETTING PAID BY A COMPANY TO SAY WHATEVER THEY want------thank you --mrfoot56

Q. Is it true that fasting (occasionally) is good for health? Many people say that fasting helps the body clean itself, it there a truth behind this?

A. Fasting does help "clean" the intestine for a short period of time. I cannot say it is especially recommended medically-wise to fast every now and then, because our bodies are functioned to digest food and there is usually no problem doing so, and an occasional fast does not show any benefitial healthy effects on the GI system.

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References in classic literature ?
However, granting it is there, that is no reason why I am bound to believe the stories of all those Amadises and of all that multitude of knights they tell us about, nor is it reasonable that a man like your worship, so worthy, and with so many good qualities, and endowed with such a good understanding, should allow himself to be persuaded that such wild crazy things as are written in those absurd books of chivalry are really true.
But, on examination, I found that, as for logic, its syllogisms and the majority of its other precepts are of avail- rather in the communication of what we already know, or even as the art of Lully, in speaking without judgment of things of which we are ignorant, than in the investigation of the unknown; and although this science contains indeed a number of correct and very excellent precepts, there are, nevertheless, so many others, and these either injurious or superfluous, mingled with the former, that it is almost quite as difficult to effect a severance of the true from the false as it is to extract a Diana or a Minerva from a rough block of marble.
The first was never to accept anything for true which I did not clearly know to be such; that is to say, carefully to avoid precipitancy and prejudice, and to comprise nothing more in my judgement than what was presented to my mind so clearly and distinctly as to exclude all ground of doubt.
The same statement, it is agreed, can be both true and false.
True, true," said D'Artagnan, slowly, hardly convinced, yet curious to broach another phase of the conversation.
True; but in spite of that, Aramis, grant me, for pity's sake, one single word of a true friend.
Even if there be no true knowledge, as is proved by 'the wretched state of education,' there may be right opinion, which is a sort of guessing or divination resting on no knowledge of causes, and incommunicable to others.
But Plato certainly does not mean to intimate that the supernatural or divine is the true basis of human life.
Mrs Wilkins having therefore, by accident, gotten a true scent of the above story,--though long after it had happened, failed not to satisfy herself thoroughly of all the particulars; and then acquainted the captain, that she had at last discovered the true father of the little bastard, which she was sorry, she said, to see her master lose his reputation in the country, by taking so much notice of.
Mr Allworthy answered, "He could not dispute with the captain in the Greek language, and therefore could say nothing as to the true sense of the word which is translated charity; but that he had always thought it was interpreted to consist in action, and that giving alms constituted at least one branch of that virtue.
Philosophers have sought some intrinsic criterion by which true and false beliefs could be distinguished.
I was amazed to see so much true piety, and so much sincerity of zeal, besides the unusual impartiality in his discourse as to his own party or church, and such true warmth for preserving people that he had no knowledge of or relation to from transgressing the laws of God.