this would require that a vast amount of variables be controlled
, all of which could have effects
(eg, time of day, your
mental disposition, other health factors, your body position, your weight, pulse rate, and what else you ate that day, and so on...). There are certainly a whole host of claims, some partially scientific, that certain agents can increase the production of skips, eg, caffeine or aspartame or MSG or chocolate or carbs...