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  • Amazing results with Molasses!!!   RN by bluandyelo  7y   9,848
     
    Hi All, ... ... Just thought I would report the amazing results I have had with taking black strap molasses for only a week or two. I got my period on Saturday night about 11pm and by the end of Tuesday I it was completely over!!! This is a very significant change from my usual 5 to 8 days!!! I think it would have to be one of the shortest periods of my life! Also I noticed hardly any clotting, but quite fluid and a lot of blood the first day and a half. No pain, but I donít normally get much pain. And the PMS was there, but it was much milder than usual, in fact I thought I was only in week on ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Mirena Removed Today 01.03.14   RRR Success by laxligs1213  3mo   1,294
     
    Today is two weeks past removal and I feel amazing! I am sleeping great! I feel strong and 90% of my pain is gone. I still have some burning in my left hip at night. I think through all of this I developed bursitis in that hip. The last two days my hips have been clicking really loud when I get up from sitting for an extended period. I feel so much relief with the click and feel like my joints are settling back into place. I no longer feel like my femurs are going to pop out of socket when I get up from a chair. I am moving around a lot faster and feel pep in my step. My spine is much more ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • GAPS + Warrior diet for fatigue, brain fog, indigestion,   R by lakshmi7  13mo   4,150  Ü Cross-post Ü
     
    Hi all, ... ... After three years of trying to figure out the right dietary approach, I think I have figured it out and for the last half a year I follow a regiment that made me stronger, more energetic, more alert and made me calmer. ... ... For several years prior I have been struggling with severe brain fog, severe fatigue, hypoglycemia, blood pressure fluctuations, indigestion, severe PMS, muscle aches, fluctuating weight and water retention, insomnia, irritability, heart aches and headaches. ... ... In summer 2010, my family and I became vegan (no junk food, home prepared meals, raw for sometime ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Four high-fruit/low-fat raw diet success stories   R by blankets  14mo   1,370
     
    Firstly, i agree that very low carb is not good. It has implications for thyroid function and general metabolic function. Forums are littered with people with hypothyroid issues from VLC eating so iím certainly not suggesting that. ... ... What i am suggesting is a well rounded diet with adequate carbs and protein but based mostly round saturated fats, coconut oil, butter, low omega6 meats like beef etc. ... ... I look at diet with an open mind, i am not pro-meat and i am not anti-veggie, i am just interested in what is the optimal human diet, if it were optimal to eat 30 bananas a day iíd be doing ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Having my Mirena coil out today!   R by Janex1320  4y   4,050  Ü Cross-post Ü
     
    Wow, what a revelation, finding this site. Iím a first time forum writer so I apologise if this is too long. I have had a Mirena for three years now, put in to lighten very heavy periods. From the very beginning I blamed the Mirena for sudden hair loss, slight depression and weight gain. I returned to my Dr 6 months later asking her to remove it, she said my symptoms were unrelated to the Mirena and to give it longer. As the symptoms got steadily worse I went back a further two times to ask for it to be removed, each time she convinced me not to. Sadly this last year has seen a definate de ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • I NEED HELP. I cannot take this anymore. :(   R by Trysten3000  7y   7,897  Ü Cross-post Ü
     
    I know I try to be REALLY encouraging to a lot of you guys who write threads like this..I just want to be positive and help other people..but Im having a low moment and I really need help. Honestly..Im suicidal right now and it scares me. Not for myself but for my boyfriend, friends, and parents who love me. I care about them and dont want to die, but Im literally exhausted with this battle. ... ... Ive had cystic acne ever since I have been an adult. It got really bad when I went on the birth control pill. As a young adult I did plenty of abuse to my body..from bad diet and being on prescripti ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Acne FREE in 1 night...hmmm...not likely!!   R by purplepossom  7y   4,332
     
    Hahaha...ícureí acne overnight??! Anyone who tries to cash in on the suffering of others with these ícure-your-acneí guides are only in it for financial gain and donít give two hoots about the people theyíre marketing it towards. Having acne can shatter self-confidence and leave you feeling vulnerable and an easy target for such íscammersí (I know, I bought Chris Gibsonís íAcne free in 3 daysí a year ago...what a waste of money!!) If someone genuinely wants to help someone heal their acne, they will do so at no cost. ... ... Healing acne from within is all about listening to your body and un ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Magnesium - PMS   R by #56450  8y   2,797
     
    I am very biased against any anti-depressants because I personally suffered horrible side effects and then even worse withdrawal symptoms from both Wellbutrin XL and Paxil CR. PMS is not caused by a Ēdrug deficencyĒ and yes many people have low magnesium and it may help to add this to your diet. There is a magnesium forum that you can check out here at curezone. ... After my first pregnancy, I had terrible PMS when I started my periods where before I never suffered from more than a little bloating and maybe some constipation. I started taking Solaray Multi-Mineral which has a fairly balanc ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Asthma, Allergies,TMJ, PMS, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Anxiety, depression   R by #108764  12y   945
     
    Dr. Richard Freeman uses a variety of synergistic modalities to bring people back into vibrant health. ... ... In six months, he has brought the following chronic conditions into complete remission for me: ... ... Asthma (this is a biggie! I used to end up in the hospital with an asthma attack every time I caught a cold.) ... Allergies to lots of things ... Frequent bouts of bronchitis ... A recurrent back injury ... TMJ ... Carpal Tunnel Syndrome ... PMS ... Anxiety attacks ... Major depression ... High cholesterol (It was 280!) ... Partial adrenal failure ... Hypoglycemia ... ... You may be wondering how he could possibly do all this. ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Warrior Diet meal schedule (nocturnal eating) helps get rid of brain...   by lakshmi7  13mo   2,653
     
    I have been here not so long, took part in a long discussion about ex-vegans and posted this thread and these couple days was already enough to be fed up with the comments of the Ēcalorie-savvyĒ stinky-fruit-rider with severe phosphatidylcholine deficiency in the grey matter. ĒTrackingĒ is a big word for looking at two threads and seeing how much hostility this nut breeds here. Just reading two threads with at least a dozen comments about how he/she/it managed to piss so many people here is enough to see whatís going on at this ĒdemocraticĒ place. ... ... I personally donít know how you guys to ...   [retrieve this message]
     
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  • Re: Warrior Diet meal schedule (nocturnal eating) helps get rid of brain...   by Purehealth282  13mo   2,746
     
    nice post and true lakshmi7, i tried the low fat / low meat diet, lot of calories etc shit dont work for me i got weak(never again)....most people who try the diet make a decision its unhealthy and do not do it for long, its one of the worst fad diet and not substaining so it will never catch on even with him posting the emancipated vegan videos with the people with sunken eyes(lack of fat and protein) claiming they cured there candida , maybe they did but to feel like shit not able to do shit, rid the candida to be paralyze in other areas. i now do better with some carbs, high fat etc ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Warrior Diet meal schedule (nocturnal eating) helps get rid of brain...   by #155216  13mo   2,739
     
    great great post lakshmi ... ... there is so much misinformation being put forth by the fruiters. and this is irrespective of what diet you want to eat. ... ... ... i think these people just have very compromised digestive tracts and found that fruits are a good workaround. but the info about fiber and fat and hcl acid is all just plain wrong, no matter what diet you eat. humans cannot digest cellulose, this is a fact, and indigested plant cellulose causes many bacterial/fermentation problems for a lot of people. ... ... youíre correct about stewed meats and broths too. stewed meat is very easy to digest, ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: GAPS + Warrior diet for fatigue, brain fog, indigestion,   by INTi  13mo   2,842
     
    I actually picked up the Warrior diet book at the store the other day and it resonated with me. Now Iím not into preaching but only speak from experience and observation. I too have found that since i was a kid, that i could not tolerate any food till late afternoon. And because of all the rhetoric out there would force myself to try breakfast and then felt like crap and feel it actually contributed to my hypoglycemia. Maybe due to my sluggish digestive system and metabolic type, I could not tolerate any food till it was all gone (evident by the fact I would wake up every morning all blo ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: GAPS + Warrior diet for fatigue, brain fog, indigestion,   by saywhatagain  13mo   2,809
     
    Glad to see some discussion about ayurveda, I was just at an ayurvedic doctor today and I learned a lot of new things. Iím glad you are feeling better and that you have found something that works for you. As you said, I think the one meal thing is working for you due to your constitution, that would never work for me, being a vata-pitta type. Regarding the energetic value of meat, there are many considerations, it is by far the most nourishing food and will help to eliminate weakness more than any other food but there are detrimental effects from meat too. I think it is not used very o ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Warrior Diet meal schedule (nocturnal eating) helps get rid of brain...   by lakshmi7  13mo   2,831
     
    Natway, ... ... I have seen your posts and replies to other people here. I am not fond of your aggressive writing style, your pushy remarks and your overall behavior. Your logic is far from solid. ... ... I honestly feel sorry for you; what you are exhibiting is clearly not a healthy behavior and obviously not a supportive one. This is a support forum, not Ēpush your vegan ideasĒ forum. ... ... You completely lack the ability to listen and perceive concepts that are outside of your dietary scope. Which in itself is a very mind-limiting and hostility-breeding pattern. ... ... When I was growing up in Russia, f ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Actually, the original post is correct and yours is misinformed   by Dquixote1217  18mo   2,029
     
    You ask if a blog which tells about the benefits of omega-3s such as those found in krill oil is a joke?  Perhaps the post might be a bit of a promotion, but information about the benefits, including ridding the body of free radicals, of krill oil is no joke. ... ... The blog linked to speaks about a study by the University of Berkley which indicated the value of omega-3 fatty acids DHA and EPA.  You, on the other hand, quoted a 1984 study on corn oil. Iíll grant you that excesssive corn oil can be harmful (even if it were non_GMO corn oil), but corn oil and ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Krill Oil Latest News   by medicineforthepeople  18mo   1,870
     
    Is this a joke? ... ... ... Krill oil can Ērid the body of free radicalsĒ? ... ... ... Not to burst your bubble, but if you studied just a bit of organic chemistry, you would easily understand that the poly-unsaturated fatty acids (krill oil is) oxidize like crazy in the oxygenated environment of the body. Not only do they break down into acroliene (look it up on wikipedia), they cause a chain reaction of oxidation, damaging cell walls, DNA, RNA and all of the cellular organelles. ... ... ... Here is just one study of hundreds that shed light on this great example of half-truths being marketed to the public. ... ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Ovarian cyst, menstruation problems   by Iolite  4y   4,235
     
    Taking kelp is a step in the right direction. Make sure that it is certifiably free of heavy metal contamination. You are quite iodine deficient and 1/4 tsp of kelp wonít have enough of the iodine that youíll need to become iodine saturated. ... ... The iodine toxicity that youíve found mentioned on the ínet is really nothing more than bromide detox symptoms. I have safely taken more than 100mg of iodine/iodide for a couple of years now with no ill affects. Iodine will resolve your menstrual and ovarian cyst problems, without a doubt. There are many, many testimonies of to that effect on t ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Biotuner for depression / anxiety / panic?   by bones58gdi  4y   5,940
     
    I have used the BT7 for several years and own two of them. I rely on mine to help me sleep as I have a severe time sleeping thru the night. ... ... I found the cotton pad - wet - headset to be problematic for me. I replace the headset with snap-on electrodes. I have posted previously on them. ... ... I can then place the pads under my ears behind the lobes. I use settings 3 or 6 . I would say that my depression level has been moderated and my anxiety put in to check. ... ... I also take MSM on a regular basis. I believe it has had a stabilizing effect on my chemistry. I alos add it to Aloe and use it a ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: My life and symptoms on Mirena   by danielle123  6y   6,509
     
    Kerhe, I am sorry to hear that you have had to deal with these issues for that long period of time. You are right in everything you say, it does feel like a silent violator! I feel the same as you if my husband and I were not connected the way we are things could have made a turn for the worse. We have 2 boys 10 months and 6yrs, I felt similar to you, I am sure you have read many of my stories, I have freaked out, and have been scared, and confused and frustrated.....I could go on, but the good thing about this is that you have recognition now of why you are feeling this way. I am only ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Hormone advice please .   by dufrere  6d   295
     
    On top of that Iíll still feeling horny, with sore breasts. Iíve never had that after my period. Pregnant.. or messed up hormones..?   [End]
     
  • Hormone advice please .   by dufrere  6d   144  Ü Cross-post Ü
     
    We are second month ttc. Usually my cycle is about 28 days long. ... ... We miscalculated my ovulation on the first cycle as it was a week longer than normal- 35 days. So to shorten it I started on agnus castus / vitex. Perhaps I was misinformed because I took it during the entire cycle and my period started after 34 days. . The day before I had sharp pains on my lower right side which I thought and hoped was implantation. Usually my periods last at least a week. Today, after 2 days, itís gone and I feel moody. Iíve been feeling hot and sweaty on and off this past week too. It happens occasio ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Mirena Removed Today 01.03.14   by laxligs1213  11d   166
     
    It has been a little over 3 months since having my Mirena removed. I can say that I am 95% better. I still have hip pain and believe that I have developed bursitis in my left hip due to the issues caused by the Mirena. Although I am physically better, I canít say I am psychologically or financially better. The repercussions of closing out my massage practice continue to haunt my life. I had a thriving and successful massage practice and now it is dust. After having both of my children I had to rebuild clientele and did so very easily. But, after this situation I find clients weary to see m ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • How to stop periods with medications?   by pawaa  12d   178  Ü Cross-post Ü
     
    Hi, Iíve been prescribed the birth control mini pills called Errin 0.35 mg in order for me to stop having periods and for the past few months they seem to be ineffective and I started having periods like I wasnít even taking anything. Could it be related to my hypothyroidism because I heard that thyroid is related to menstruation. By the way, I am not on any other medications so I am really confused. Would increasing the Errin dosage stop it?   [End]
     
  • Magnesium is low in 23 of us   by rjvoisine  52d   308  Ü Cross-post Ü
     
    Have you tried Magnesium supplements or Epsom Salts baths? It is essential but deficient in the average diet, unless you consume lots of green vegetables, whole grains and seeds, root vegetables & fish. ... Low magnesium can lead to : Inability to sleep or insomnia, Irritability, Sensitivity to noise, Mental disturbances, Anxiety, depression, restlessness, PANIC ATTACKS, Muscle soreness or spasms like Charlie Horse, muscle weakness or quick tiredness, Infertility or PMS, High levels of stress , Headaches & Migraines, Heart ďfluttersĒ or palpitations , Arrythmia, High Blood Pressure, high ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Mirena Removed Today 01.03.14   by laxligs1213  67d   782
     
    It has been a little over 6 weeks since removal. I feel great! I had a very normal period. Other than a heavy flow, it came right on time, and I was happy to have general PMS instead of the psycho bi-monthly PMS I was experiencing with the Mirena. I just ovulated and experienced very severe pain in my left hip and abdomen which I think was related to ovulation. Based on my pain, I would not be surprised if I had ovarian cysts. But, the pain passed with ovulation and today I have only slight left hip pain. I see a new GYN this coming Thursday. But, my ligament and tendon pain is mostly gone ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Vitamin C induces menstruation - Should I lower my dosage   by Jasmin08  78d   329
     
    Vitamin C may induce menstruation.The highest dosage you can take is 1000 mg each day and ensure you drink lots of water. Vitamin C is water soluble. Accordingly too much or too little vitamin C can have an effect on your body. Too much vitamin C can cause troubled stomach, diarrhea and other gastrointestinal problems. Lessen the dosage you take during your menstruation.   [End]
     
  • Re: Mirena Removed Today 01.03.14   by Elzora  84d   1,116
     
    I had my Mirena removed two days ago but I am in pain and feel very íblahí so I decided to take a sick day. I just turned 30 and have been experiencing the same exact symptoms for about five years now. I am sorry to hear of your troubles and I hope things get better for you. You are not alone. My symptoms started at the age of 26 and I assumed that they were related to sports injuries because I was a three sport varsity athlete. I have been from doctor to doctor and finally I went to an intuitive natural doctor who said told me the Mirena was the cause of many of my symptoms. I hope we bot ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re Vitamin C induces menstruation - Should I lower my dosage   by zeus10  86d   299
     
    Wow thanks for the info.   [End]
     
  • Re Vitamin C induces menstruation - Should I lower my dosage   by shotsee  86d   266
     
    Hi My, ... ... Ascorbate is a very powerful internal cleanser [among many other benefits]. If the internal cleansing it is causing is more than you want, just back off a bit on the dose [or quit entirely, i.e. briefly]. The beauty of this substance, is that we can vary its use according to our own current health situation. ... ... I hope that helps, My. ... ... Sincerely, ... ... David   [End]
     
  • Vitamin C induces menstruation - Should I lower my dosage?   by mysogood1031  86d   326  Ü Cross-post Ü
     
    I started a Vitamin C cleanse last night, and my period came this morning, about a week early. I know that vitamin C is used to induce menstruation, but I canít find where any other woman had this issue here on Curezone. I want to keep taking the vitamin C (and I will), but I feel like I am giving myself an unnecessarily heavy (and early) period. Is it wiser to start treatment in a different part of my cycle?   [End]
     
  • Re: I don't know what to do   by Shia14  3mo   243
     
    Hi, and sorry to hear you have been going through all this, if you havenít gotten help yet? I would like to urge you to speak to an herbalist or Chinese medical doctor near you. You are so smart to not take the anti-depressants they will only make things worse. What you need is to have your stool checked and have your tongue examined by a Chinese Doctor. If you canít afford to go to one, then please look into Radiant Wonder herbs online. They were recommended by a friend for my PMS symptoms after having had tried everything else. They offer free phone consultations and the prices of the he ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Stopping periods while having it?   by pawaa  3mo   122
     
    Hi, I was just wondering if itís possible to stop it while having a period? Will any medication, herbs help?   [End]
     
  • Re: Mirena Removed Today 01.03.14   by thebrokenrecordmachine  3mo   1,276
     
    Hi there, I still have to get my blood tested(I will post the results soon)-my guess, is that my hormones are severely out of wack...I get my period every 2 weeks now and it has been like this since, November   [End]
     
  • Re: Mirena Removed Today 01.03.14   by laxligs1213  3mo   1,378
     
    Okay, 4 days past removal. Although I have experienced some relief from the pain in my hips, si joint and legs, I am still experiencing quite a bit of pain. Mostly in the si joint and front of my hips. However, I am sleeping much better and have not experienced pain during sleep since having my mirena removed. Most of my residual pain is when I get up from out of a chair and walking. Pain is all in my hip flexors and si joint where I still feel loose and out of socket. Still having my period...on day 8 of bleeding. Bleeding became heavier after the Mirena was removed. I also feel like my o ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Mirena Removed Today 01.03.14   by laxligs1213  3mo   1,375
     
    Thanks for sharing ladies. Yesterday (day of removal) the weakness and pain in my pelvic area was very intense. However, right around 11pm (almost 12 hours after removal) I felt some relief. My husband and I were watching a movie and when I got up off the couch, I did not feel wobbly, weak or in pain. On my way to bed every set of joints were gently popping and clicking, a good sign that small ligaments and tendons are shifting around. Last night I did not feel any burning in my hips and felt much stronger shifting from side to side. I did still have discomfort in my sacroiliac joint. This ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Mirena Removed Today 01.03.14   by Ausmum  3mo   1,379
     
    I hope you are feeling better soon, I am afraid it can take a while to get your body rebalanced after removal but at least you are now on th right track. ... ... Thebrokenrecordmachine, I remember you were seeing your endo for tests, Would you mind telling us how you went and whether they gave you any advice? Itís always good to hear what others have been advised.   [End]
     
  • Re: Mirena Removed Today 01.03.14   by thebrokenrecordmachine  3mo   1,468
     
    Hi there- ... Your post was very clear and concise and insightful. It has been almost a year since the Mirena has been removed and I am still dealing with issues. Unfortunately, mine are mainly Heart Issues and Anxiety...it is very scary and it is related exactly to my cycle. ... Most Drís will say that Mirena doesnít cause such injuries-again you have proven as many others have-that it does...I keep waiting to hear or read on the news about the injuries this device causes...I am waiting for my retribution. ... ... Please update and feel free to post whenever...I have. ... ... It is hard to believe but ye ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Mirena Removed Today 01.03.14   by laxligs1213  3mo   1,421  Ü Cross-post Ü
     
    Hello, ... I am new to this forum but have been reading some of the threads. I am thankful for what all of you are sharing because I know I am not alone. That my experience with the Mirena is not all in my head. Today, 01/03/2014 I had my Mirena removed. My experience at the OBGYN went as I expected and ended as I expected. After patiently listening to my symptoms and as I am lying back on the examining table and spreading my legs to have the doctor remove my Mirena, she chooses that very vulnerable moment to tell me she does not believe my Mirena is the cause of my complaints. I knew the wor ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Biotuner for depression / anxiety / panic?   by daw  6mo   729
     
    Yes. BioTuner 8 works wonders for me. Off the nasty SSRIís and feeling better for the first time in years and years. ... ... Best thing you can do for yourself. Got mine on Ebay for about $265. ... ... Do yourself a favor. Use it. It works.   [End]
     
  • Re: I don't know what to do   by #174156  7mo   671
     
    ... ... If you learn a mindfulness meditation it can do wonders in releasing ... stress.  Iíve practiced one for several years - an hour a day, but by ... beginning with just twenty minutes you can do a lot. ... ... At the end of the day, I can end up just totally ... wacky, because Iíve made mountains out of molehills. With meditation, I can keep ... them as molehills.  Ringo Starr ... ... http://www.toyourhealth.com/mpacms/tyh/article.php?id=1399 ... ... ... ... ... To Your Health ... ... February, 2011 (Vol. 05, Issue 02) ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... v ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: I don't know what to do   by mjh551  7mo   659
     
    Iíve experienced some very stressful situations recently, so yes... ... ... My doc tested my CRP and it was normal, so he DE CLAREd that I have no inflammation and no illness. He basically said I didnít need to come back unless I decided to take antidepressants.   [End]
     
  • Re: I don't know what to do   by SoulfulSurvivor  8mo   692
     
    Just to respond, have you experienced personal trauma during your childhood or recently? ... ... Have you been tested for all auto-immune disorders and inflammation levels? Many women, in particular, present similar symptoms during their late 30ís into early 50ís that often turn out to be auto-immune disorders, particularly (this is statistical fact, not opinion) if they experienced trauma or abuse, at any time during their lives. ... ... I hope the very best for you.   [End]
     
  • Re: I don't know what to do   by shotsee  8mo   698
     
    Hi MJ, ... ... As Ēgrist for your mill,Ē are you aware of the almost miraculous results many tens (hundreds?) of THOUSANDS of people have experienced, dealing with MOST of the health issues known to humankind, from ingesting the powerful antioxidant, ascorbic acid? ... ... If you are seriously interested in finding a solution to your health problem(s), and gaining greater health in ALL areas of your body, I STRONGLY encourage you to read this article written by Dr. Robert Cathcart, M.D. http://vitamincfoundation.org/www.orthomed.com/titrate.htm ... ... It may just solve some or all of your problem(s). Y ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: I don't know what to do   by mjh551  8mo   703
     
    I wanted to add that Iím getting melasma... so that completely sucks too but is not really a priority. It is on the sides of my cheeks.   [End]
     
  • Re: I don't know what to do   by mjh551  8mo   698
     
    Thanks very much! Have you personally used the Xymogen? ... ... Dr. Shamesí book looks good, too. Iíll have to see if I can get it.   [End]
     
  • Re: I don't know what to do   by mjh551  8mo   721
     
    Thank you for such a detailed reply! ... ... Yes, my serum ferritin was tested and is low, so the iron is fine for now. ... ... Dr. Myhillís book looks great. I will get reading! And I will order Dr. Lamís also. ... ... No, I havenít had an adrenal profile done. Is that a must? ... ... I feel like I have STOPPED, for about a year now. Iíve stopped, but my kids and husband bustle around me and even observing their activity stresses me out. I canít have conversations with my husband about certain subjects because he likes to dream about the future and I can only handle getting through the day. And it is ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: I don't know what to do   by dave505  8mo   765
     
    how much per day and for how long sherpa? ... is it ok to them B5 long term without any side effects? ... thanks ...   [End]
     
  • Re: I don't know what to do   by Sherpa  8mo   801
     
    p.s.s. After a while of taking Vitamin B5... I felt more able to handle stress and less overwhelmed by small things.   [End]
     
  • Re: I don't know what to do   by Sherpa  8mo   781
     
    First off, I feel your pain and suffering. It is terrible to go through life like that. But thankfully there is now good info on how to recover! I am mostly recovered and feeling great. Rather than re-invent the wheel and spend the day typing out recommendations, I recommend two books that explain how I got over this: ... ... 1. ĒAdrenal Fatigue SyndromeĒ by Dr. Lam -http://www.amazon.com/Adrenal-Fatigue-Syndrome-Vitality-Clinically/dp/1937930009 ... ... 2. ĒThyroid Mind PowerĒ by Dr. Shames - http://www.amazon.com/Thyroid-Mind-Power-Hormone-Related-Depression/dp/1605292788/ ... ... ... p.s. A good suppl ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: I don't know what to do   by 155216  8mo   841
     
    Hiya Mjh551 ... ... Im so sorry you are experiencing the nightmare of this stress disorder! ... ... Your ND is very correct, breathing excercises, light yoga and meditation are the fundamental basis of overcoming AF. However you mentioned vitamins and Iron, the iron rings a bell immediately - Have you been checked for low FE serum by your GP? Remember NDís and their potions can be just as dangerous as doctors with their pharma meds, so research nutrition, learn about vitamins, read all the pages on this forum, study herbs etc For me, only when i stopped listening to others, and took the job of fixin ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • I don't know what to do   by mjh551  8mo   960  Ü Cross-post Ü
     
    Hello, this is my first post. Iím a 38 year-old woman. Until the last 18 months, Iíve been active and mostly healthy but now Iím pretty sure I have adrenal fatigue. I get overwhelmed by small things. My feet hurt and my ankles are swollen. I have terrible anxiety with PMS. I have tried to quit coffee for years and can make it only 4 days, then I canít function. I have gained 20 lbs in 2 years. I had to quit school. Sometimes I canít sleep. ... ... My regular doctor gave me diuretic meds and antidepressants, which I donít take. The last time I took the lasix I got terrible foot cramp ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Am I the only one?!!   by mzflyy22  11mo   820
     
    i have the same thing going on too i thought i was the only one   [End]
     
  • Re: Am I the only one?!!   by proudmama6106  12mo   1,014
     
    Oh, I do have other symptoms; however I wasnít sure if they were Mirena related or not. For instance, I have chronic headaches which I thought was because of my eyes, so I went to the eye doctors and got glasses and they havenít helped. Also, I have problems with my hip, knees, and ankles, anxiety (which I have NEVER had before), major mood swings, false pregnancy symptoms, unable to lose weight, foggy almost disoriented brain and the list goes on...but the brown bleeding has me feeling like it could have expelled thru my cervix and into my adominal wall or something. After having rrad eve ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Am I the only one?!!   by cynthleal  12mo   966
     
    Hmmm If I was you after seeing all the horror stories here I would run and get it removed. Mirena can damage your health like you dont imagine, If I was you I would run and get it removed. You are lucky to not have other symptoms Yet.   [End]
     
  • Re: Am I the only one?!!   by cynthleal  12mo   1,048
     
    Hmmm If I was you after seeing all the horror stories here I would run and get it removed. Mirena can damage your health like you dont imagine, If I was you I would run and get it removed.   [End]
     
  • Am I the only one?!!   by proudmama6106  12mo   1,514  Ü Cross-post Ü
     
    I had the mirena inserted 6 weeks post partum and have had it now for right at 9 months. I bled heavy to spotting for about 6 weeks after insertion. Since then, I have had my regular period every month until about 4 months ago. I started having a normal period which lasted approx. a week and then a week AFTER my period, I bleed this dark brown sometimes black looking blood for about a week. Has anyone else experienced this?? Should I be concerned??!!   [End]
     
  • Re: what?   by lakshmi7  13mo   2,597
     
    forget it, this is not a place allowing un-interrupted intelligent conversations anyway... the healthy, peaceful and respectful part of this discussion will be taken to a more civilized site later. CZ is a big mess..... not to mention that software is a completely obsolete...   [End]
     
  • Re: what?   by gmitch1  13mo   2,549
     
    I wish I knew what happened in this conversation...   [End]
     
  • Re: Warrior Diet meal schedule (nocturnal eating) helps get rid of brain...   by lakshmi7  13mo   2,761
     
    Thanks 154965, ... ... I know I am not conditioned into politically correct thinking that much and may sound very rough and too critical. Unfortunately, I donít think I can change that. I have always been very protective of those who cannot defend themselves and I simply ĒburnĒ on the inside when I witness any kind of bullying or abuse. I see absolutely no point in being polite to bullies and sorry to those to whom I sound like a crude or rough one. Others can only treat us the way we allow them. ... ... Both of my Great-Grandfathers fought against the Nazis, if I sit back and do nothing about bu ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Warrior Diet meal schedule (nocturnal eating) helps get rid of brain...   by #154965  13mo   2,648
     
    Hi lakshmi7, ... very good posting. ... ... I liked Your analysis of the behavior of a certain poster yesterday: ... ... ĒSo, pranic food (plants) alone makes you deficient in hearty, grounding, stable energy that usually gives people tranquility, calmness, contentment, patience, stability, mental cohesion and allows them to be energy donors to other people providing love, support, and understanding. It also gives you mental ability to be down-to-earth (literally) and metaphysically, be logical and consistent and reasonable. By not getting all this hearty grounding foods, sooner or later you start to l ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Warrior Diet meal schedule (nocturnal eating) helps get rid of brain...   by rhema  13mo   2,649
     
    I agree with this posterís sentiments entirely. I feel everyone offering any dietary advice should be allowed to post what they want and we, as thinking individuals, though some with brain fog, will be able to decide for themselves what is their best route toward full healing. ... ... Actually I also totally agree with the substance of what she says about eating fruit in the day. If someone follows a normal schedule of earliy morning rising and 10 to 11 p.m. going to bed, I would say the calories and blood sugar from the fruit is and the ease of digestion of same would be an ideal addition to ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: GAPS + Warrior diet for fatigue, brain fog, indigestion,   by saywhatagain  13mo   2,668
     
    Regarding each of the doshas it depends what side of the dosha we emanate. Vata dosha is the most spiritual dosha, generally has a high vibration so a lot of good comes from it and without vata there would be no spirituality period. I subscribe to Sri Yukteswarís interpretation of the yugas he says that we have already come out of kali yuga and have transitioned into dvapara yuga, this seems correct if you look at all the progress with electricity and technology in the last 100 years, this is all very dvapara-like energy, to me it seems pretty obvious that kali yuga is over. The feminin ...   [retrieve this message]
     
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  • Re: GAPS + Warrior diet for fatigue, brain fog, indigestion,   by Craig1129  13mo   2,869
     
    Have you ever burnt yourself or smashed your finger and then lashed out at someone immediately after over the littlest thing? ... ... All of us here are in pain or distressed almost always even if were not aware of it. This makes us more sensitive and on guard and when people disagree with us, we can take it personally and then it escalates from there and you get this us/them dynamic. You see this everywhere, not just here. ... ... If you realize this you can be more empathetic to people even when they aggravate you because generally everyoneís original intention is the same (to get better and hel ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • It shows again we are all different. Thank you lakshmi7   by hanna  13mo   2,684
     
    That is why we are having these discussions. ... I did the Warrior diet when the forum was new, 7 years ago. ... I was following the Pitta diet. ... Nowadays there are a lot of diets based on daytime fasting ... and for me they work. After 2 years mainly almost being a ... vegetarian I found out about body typing, there is forum here I think it is called metabolic typing. ... I was getting sluggish again and realized my body needed meat. Since around 2007 I have been following a more low ... carbohydrate diet, that works for ME. ... I still skip breakfast since I feel better, I certainly canít start with carbohyd ...   [retrieve this message]
     
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  • Re: GAPS + Warrior diet for fatigue, brain fog, indigestion,   by Craig1129  13mo   2,865
     
    Itís kind of funny to me how this thread about nutrition indirectly brought to light a glimpse of the real source of the problem. Itís one long stream of back and forth triggering..   [End]
     
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  • Re: GAPS + Warrior diet for fatigue, brain fog, indigestion,   by lakshmi7  13mo   2,647
     
    Thank you so much for your support. I really appreciate it. I canít believe that a supporting forum actually allows such attacks on threads. ... ... Your support means a lot, since this is my first thread and I was pretty nervous about coming out here not as reader but actually creating discussions of my own. Thank you again. ...   [End]
     
  • Re: Warrior Diet meal schedule (nocturnal eating) helps get rid of brain...   by #154965  13mo   2,722
     
    Hi lakshmi7, ... I just read Your original posting. Thank You so much for Your story and insight. ... ... Yesterday I didnít read it, because I could see it was being hijacked by natway and discussions with him go nowhere. ... Iím really bored by his antics. ... ... He is like most ignorant people too ignorant to see that he is ignorant. LOL! ... A lonely attention seeker in my opinion. ... ... I have read about Hofmekler and think that one big meal a day makes a whole lot of sense when You want to give the body time to heal and nutrients. ... Fasting is great because the body has time to heal while the digestion st ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: GAPS + Warrior diet for fatigue, brain fog, indigestion,   by lakshmi7  13mo   2,732
     
    saywhatagain, ... ... I agree that Ayurveda certainly needs some upgrade. The only references that modern Ayurveda relies on are seriously old. Itís certainly good to keep up the tradition and itís great that we can learn about the philosophical basics of it, but it surely does need re-adjusting and upgrading on a constant basis. There are toxins and diseases that didnít exist couple thousand years ago, the demands of our life are completely different from what they used to be in traditional societies. How can we not upgrade the Ayurvedic theory? ... ... I agree, the Earth and the people now are in ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Warrior Diet meal schedule (nocturnal eating) helps get rid of brain...   by lakshmi7  13mo   2,658
     
    PureHealth, ... ... thank you for your support. This is my first thread posting here. ... ... Yes, listening your own body and adjusting your own diet is always better than listening to somebody else. We should do whatís right for us even if it doesnít fit into some concept or dogma.   [End]
     
  • Re: Warrior Diet meal schedule (nocturnal eating) helps get rid of brain...   by lakshmi7  13mo   2,937
     
    155216, ... Thank you so much for standing up for me, I honestly felt like being under an attack. How weird, I do not impose any of my findings or any details of my life-style but simply tell what happened and how I got better and provide all the references to validate my views, I am not against any approach that works for somebody else... and such a reaction here... wow. ... ... If it hadnít been for yours and a couple other peopleís supportive comments here, Iíd definitely think that I got into some wrong place. Thank you for being so friendly and supportive. ... ... Yes, back to our discussion, diet ...   [retrieve this message]
     
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  • Re: GAPS + Warrior diet for fatigue, brain fog, indigestion,   by lakshmi7  13mo   2,732
     
    I already replied mentioning that in this case what you call healing is actually cleansing that was required for these patients. Nobody argues with the fact that a certain duration of vegan diet is cleansing. The discussion here, however, is about whether it can sustain you well for long periods of time. ... ... Historically every single culture has its reference to different forms of cleansing whether its vegan diet, or water fasting or even dry fasting (no water, no food). We already know that, you are providing no new info here, it is a historically accepted fact about fasting. Duh. We have ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: GAPS + Warrior diet for fatigue, brain fog, indigestion,   by #155216  13mo   2,742
     
    Schulze never used a low fat diet, plenty of coffee enemas, and about a thousand other things that are not in doug grahamís world. Schulze has a good program as he takes into consideration the entire body. However, I wonder how effective it is nowadays because things have gotten a lot worse in the past 50 years. His program is anything but the simplistic nonsense being fed to people by the fruiters. Also he recommends a much more balanced diet. Not even in the same universe as the fruiters. ... ... Gerson used raw calf liver. Is raw calf liver vegan? ... ... Charlotte may have altered the current pr ...   [retrieve this message]
     
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  • Re: Warrior Diet meal schedule (nocturnal eating) helps get rid of brain...   by natway  13mo   2,765
     
    How many calories were you averaging per day? ĒLotsĒ is a very subjective term.   [End]
     
  • Re: GAPS + Warrior diet for fatigue, brain fog, indigestion,   by Kcirla  13mo   2,724
     
    I would just like to say that Dr Schulze, Dr Christopher and Dr Gerson healed thousands of terminal patients on a vegan diet. Please name me one famous healer that cured thousands of terminally ill people on a high fat high meat diet. ... ... Iím not saying a vegan diet is the best diet to maintain good health, but in terms of healing from diseases, fruits and especially vegetables have no equal.   [End]
     
  • Re: Warrior Diet meal schedule (nocturnal eating) helps get rid of brain...   by fectoid2  13mo   2,810
     
    You profess unproven fad diets with no factual scientific evidence of benefit, and never helped anyone on this forum. Youíre hated more for your arrogance and lack of knowledge & real life experience with candidiasis and chronic fungal infections brought on by overuse of antibiotics and mercury poisoning, which throw off the balance of intestinal flora. It is real. You keep insisting that people are landing on this forum because of diet and itís not true. This isnít an obesity forum and youíre so closed minded that you shut everyone down. You love to listen to yourself and spend all your w ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Warrior Diet meal schedule (nocturnal eating) helps get rid of brain...   by lakshmi7  13mo   2,974
     
    Kcirla, ... ... ĒAnimal flesh and fats are far more difficult to digest for a sick person than vegetables and fruitsĒ. ... ... I have to disagree. In some cases, especially when the gut lining is damaged and inflamed, animal flesh and especially fats are the only foods that a person can eat. The very thing that animal products has no fiber makes it possibly as a recovery healing food for people with damaged GI tracts. ... ... ... ĒMost sick people are low on stomach acid, and animal proteins require a lot of it for proper digestionĒ ... ... You would agree that there is a huge difference between chewing a rubbe ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Warrior Diet meal schedule (nocturnal eating) helps get rid of brain...   by Geoff1981  13mo   2,748
     
    This is an interesting discussion. ... ... I believe that as individuals we should follow a diet that is comfortable for ourselves - be that 100% raw vegan or full-fat, animal protein rich, or somewhere in between. ... ... What works for one person may not necessarily be compatible with another. So letís just try to accept each others diverse bodies and dietary habits, rather than attempting to convince others that *our* diet is best for everyone. ... ... Take care, ... J x ...   [End]
     
  • Re: Warrior Diet meal schedule (nocturnal eating) helps get rid of brain...   by natway  13mo   2,776
     
    Wow, all this time I thought some vegans get better when eating meat because meat is more calorie-dense, but the whole time it was because meat is just more lifeforce-dense. What a coincidence. ... ... Look dear, when you come back down from the cosmic clouds, the reason people hate me is I donít coddle and enable people, I give true support by advocating what I believe is the ways to true healing and not bandaiding and some people just canít fess up to the truth about why they got sick or why they are not getting better. ... ... Look at the people who hate me the most, those who developed problems ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Warrior Diet meal schedule (nocturnal eating) helps get rid of brain...   by Kcirla  13mo   2,740
     
    Animal flesh and fats are far more difficult to digest for a sick person than vegetables and fruits. Most sick people are low on stomach acid, and animal proteins require a lot of it for proper digestion. ... ... I agree with you, corn industry is a disaster to human health. But corn has very little to do with vegetables and fruits. ... ... Also, fiber IS essential to human health. Our friendly flora feeds on fiber mainly, and it is well known that 80% of the immune system is located in the gut. A healthy gut means basically a healthy body. ... Fiber also binds to bile acids, preventing its reabsorpti ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Warrior Diet meal schedule (nocturnal eating) helps get rid of brain...   by lakshmi7  13mo   2,780
     
    Kcirla, ... ... Healing is not the same as cleansing. ... If you can fight a diseases by cleansing on juicing, it doesnít mean you can live just on vegetables for years. ... Healing is usually both cleansing and nourishing. Juicing and bone broth is both cleansing and nourishing. Personally, I healed my gut inflammation with bone broth and cleansed my liver with juices. ... ... ... ĒFood is just calories, proteins, carbohydrates, fats, fiber, vitamins, minerals, enzymesĒ ... ... In the Western modern world maybe, but any traditional practitioner in the East of the globe would see foods from a phenomenological po ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Warrior Diet meal schedule (nocturnal eating) helps get rid of brain...   by lakshmi7  13mo   2,817
     
    Cilantro, ... ... yes, I also feel that during the day my body is healing, especially GI tract. Itís like I can have a healing fast and a nourishing meal all in one day. ... ... Digesting a meal activates our parasympathetic nervous system, which is responsible for rest, itís even called Ērest-n-digestĒ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parasympathetic_nervous_system. ... ... During the day we need our sympathetic NS to function, to be productive, alert and energetic. This is the system that is responsible for Ēfight-or-flightĒ type of processes https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sympathetic_nervous_system. ... ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Warrior Diet meal schedule (nocturnal eating) helps get rid of brain...   by Kcirla  13mo   2,716
     
    lakshmi7, I donít approve natway interventions on the forum, but thereís no such a thing as concentrated Ēlife forceĒ in animal flesh or even in plant based foods. Food is just calories, proteins, carbohydrates, fats, fiber, vitamins, minerals, enzymes. And vegetables and fruits have far more enzymes, minerals, fibers and vitamins than any animal flesh. Iím not saying vegan is necessarily the way to go, especially the fruitarian diet that natway advocates, but there is no doubt that vegetables and fruits have much more healing qualities than any animal flesh. ... ... Regarding fasting, fasting ...   [retrieve this message]
     
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  • Re: Warrior Diet meal schedule (nocturnal eating) helps get rid of brain...   by #155216  13mo   2,833
     
    So the person posts something that is helping them and then you írecommendí doing something other than what is working? ... ... What possibly could your motivation be for steering someone away from what is working for them? ... ... You calorie people are beginnging to sound like a cult. There is absolutely ZERO listening on your part to other people. Particularly when someone posts that what they are doing is working well for them. ... ... Saturated fats are high calorie dense foods. Anyone on a high fat diet is not calorie restricted. ... ... ... OP: congratulations. Keep up what is working for you. ... ... ... ... ... ... ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Warrior Diet meal schedule (nocturnal eating) helps get rid of brain...   by natway  13mo   2,892
     
    Iím glad itís helping you, but got to admit this diet makes me cringe. Skipping breakfast and lunch? Yikes! Seems like another fad diet that tries to shuffle the SAD diet around to make it work. ... ... I find the eating heavy foods too late screws my sleep up and makes my belly sore in the mornings which makes me less hungry at breakfast time. Sound familiar? ... ... I recommend try eating only fruit and lots of it for breakfast through the afternoon if you experience fatigue or brain fog with other meals, because fruit gives you energy without making you feel full and bloated as other meals can ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Warrior Diet meal schedule (nocturnal eating) helps get rid of brain...   by Cilantro88  13mo   2,873
     
    Yup, eating once a day gives your digestive system a longer rest and more time to heal up. I too feel better on a high-fat diet.   [End]
     
  • Re: Question about black demodex   by scabdraggr  14mo   17,875
     
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  • Re: Four high-fruit/low-fat raw diet success stories   by natway  14mo   1,346
     
    If youíre going to calorie-restrict on this kind of diet, it probably would put you in the hospital.   [End]
     
  • Re: Girl Lost 35 lbs Eating 3000 Calories of Fruit Every Day!   by natway  14mo   1,294
     
    The founders of the 30bananas site talk about this. Their recommended calorie minimums are mostly for low-stressed sedentary people, but anyone who has any type of stress going on in their lives, whether that be a busy job, exercising more, or stressed with an illness, they should increase their calories. ... ... Their recommended minimums: ... ... Females = at least 2,500 cal per day ... Males = at least 3,000 cal per day ... ... Being under-caloried like that can be causing a lot of your problems. Iíve seen a lot of people on here now that Iíve looked how people have ate who showed signs or admitted the ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Girl Lost 35 lbs Eating 3000 Calories of Fruit Every Day!   by 155216  14mo   1,258
     
    There is the arguement that when your body is in duress..you like everyone in AF, you are burning more calories internally..I havent done any excercise in over two months, I eat around 2500 calories a day, of good calories, and ive lost a stone and look like a skeleton...apart from the usual tummy flab!   [End]
     
  • Re: Girl Lost 35 lbs Eating 3000 Calories of Fruit Every Day!   by fectoid2  14mo   1,539
     
    Not very credible. Another youtube video. Admits she lost weight on other diets as well. ... ... Also, being a marathoner myself, she didnít lose weight by eating 3,000 cals per day. She lost weight because she exercises. You canít lose weight unless you burn more calories than you eat, simple math. ... ... Thatís what you keep failing to mention. If you eat 3,500 calories more than you burn, you will GAIN one pound. Itís a physiological, biological, scientifically proven fact. ... ... Címon. How many calories do you burn in one day? ...   [End]
     
  • Re: Four high-fruit/low-fat raw diet success stories   by fectoid2  14mo   1,263
     
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  • Re: Four high-fruit/low-fat raw diet success stories   by natway  14mo   1,223
     
    My biased silly diet healed my years-long horrible hypoglycemic symptoms within a week. Do you have any more insults for me?   [End]
     
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    Think your readers need to know about the new California laws that are about to be enacted. ... Bills AB 1117 and SB 917 ... OMG these are amazingly wide written laws that allow the definition of Ēabuse ... [Video Embedded Here]   [End]
     
  • Re: Four high-fruit/low-fat raw diet success stories   by natway  14mo   1,353
     
    You have a lot of strong statements with nothing backing them up except your opinion. Thatís crackpot pseudoscience. ... ... That low-carb nonsense caused my health problems and others on here and its science has been thoroughly debunked my Dr. McDougall. ... ... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ACRv05NiCTE ... ... And those low-carb gurus, why are they all chubby? About the only one who doesnít look unhealthy is Mark Sisson, but heís had cosmetic surgery and he juices and Iím not talking the veggie kind. ... ... Iíve researched it a lot and the well majority of people I could determined that failed on high-c ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Four high-fruit/low-fat raw diet success stories   by AdrenalSuccess  14mo   1,217
     
    Wired if you do go this path, could you post your results please. ... ... I personally would like to know that youíre still alive after trying this. A diet like that would put me in the hospital, at best. ... ...   [End]
     
  • Re: Four high-fruit/low-fat raw diet success stories   by natway  14mo   1,303
     
    Good to hear. I think itís really going to help you. Glad to see you have an experienced friend helping too. ... ... My three biggest tips are make sure you eat enough, especially long-term, keep fat low, and make sure your fruit is ripe like bananas should be spotty brown, not plain yellow. ... ... Females = at least 2,500 cal per day ... Males = at least 3,000 cal per day ... ... I see that youíre already getting resistance. Just remember Iíve only been recommending this diet style because it quickly healed my worst health problem within days. Iíd be wary about those warning you who havenít had a majo ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Image Embedded Re: Four high-fruit/low-fat raw diet success stories   by blankets  14mo   1,268
     
    Wired, ... ... You are going to get worse if you do this. ... ... 30 B.A.D. is crackpot pseudoscience. Yes, it can look impressive when you read some testimonials but none of this is backed by any real science, itís just a few anomalous, NOBODY who knows what theyíre talking about regarding nutrition thinks that 80-10-10 is a good idea. ... ... Something like this is going to be so much better for you http://perfecthealthdiet.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/2009/03/Food-Plate-600dpi.jpg ... ... iím not saying itís going to cure you by itself but itís going to be much better for your overall wellbeing than that 80- ... [Image Embedded Here]   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Four high-fruit/low-fat raw diet success stories   by 155216  14mo   1,318
     
    Thanks dude, yeah I realise I cant just stop eating one way and incorporate a whole new food group in a day and then switch diet completely... ... ... Ive never really eaten much protien in my life as ive been a veggie since I was 12, ive only started eating meat in the last six months...funny enough,it was when I started to go down hill fast. I thought it would help with the extra nutrients and that everyone claims its the way to go..I dont wake up hungry from my 2 hour sleep. ... ... I figure it cant make things much worse as im now crashing three times a day (last two days have been hell)   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Four high-fruit/low-fat raw diet success stories   by jurplesman  14mo   1,297
     
    A diet which is mainly plant-based is usually low in high density nutrients. I believe that animal based diet including animal fats is a more natural diet we were meant to eat.   [End]
     
  • Re: Four high-fruit/low-fat raw diet success stories   by lalobear  14mo   1,789
     
    Wired, ... If your going to do that...proceed with caution. Do it slowly. Thatís my advice when trying out some new protocol. Keep us posted here with what you are doing and how it is affecting you. ... Not every protocol is the answer...we have to find what works for us so if this doesnít go right donít get discouraged....something else will! ... I myself need to be on a more paleo type diet for what I am currently experiencing. I was in horrible shape before that while I was on a high carb, almost no protein, lots of raw diet. Mind you I felt great eating like that for 2 years until my stress ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Four high-fruit/low-fat raw diet success stories   by 155216  14mo   1,306
     
    Natway, ... ... Im seriously thinking about giving your approach a go. My friend Trix has been on about trying it for two weeks for the past year, and now im close to deaths door, I figure, what else have I got to lose. I would do a post to follow the progress so others could see what the effects are with a stage 3D case. Trix is very knowledgeable and said she would stay at mine to measure everything out correctly, so its probably the best oppurtunity to see if could really help   [End]
     
  • Video Embedded Four high-fruit/low-fat raw diet success stories   by natway  14mo   1,839  Ü Cross-post Ü
     
    Find more videos like this on 30 Bananas a Day! ... ... Their health problems that healed with this type of diet: ... ... * Chris ... Obesity (lost 150 lbs) ... High blood pressure ... Chronic acne all over body ... Asthma ... Sinus & breathing issues ... ... * Louis ... Liver issues/Jaundice ... Gallstones ... Severe Adrenal Fatigue ... Cell & DNA damage doctor thought she would develop cancer ... Severe Insomnia ... Edemia ... Severe PMS ... Doctors didnít think she could get pregnant because of hormone issues ... ... * Conor ... Alcoholism & Drug Addiction ... Depression ... Anxiety ... ... * Jake ... Digestion problems ... Chronic Headaches ... Urination & Bowel m ... [Video Embedded Here]   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: PMS problems   by lakshmi7  16mo   1,541
     
    Hi, ... I donít know if this would still be relevant as you posted so long ago. But anyway just wanted to share my story of dealing with PMS. It used to be unbearable, now itís almost unnoticeable. ... ... Your symptoms sound very familiar. I think the most difficult was to actually connect everything, like how would anxiety, skin problems, dairy intolerance and fatigue be connected. I tried to cleanse, I did colon cleanse, and liver cleanse and parasite cleanse, was a vegetarian, and etc. It helped me greatly, but it didnít solve my PMS puzzle... until I started GAPS diet, restored my gut flora ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • magnesium oil for cramping   by Pamela Viktoria  17mo   397
     
    I always had massive cramping during my period. Then I started learning about PH. It was very acidic. Magnesium helps muscles relax (it is alkaline). When I started using magnesium with a bit of water on my torso to help me sleep, I realized that I no longer cramped. Now my PH is high, but once in a while I cramp a bit and use the oil again. Hope this helps someone:)   [End]
     
  • Re: How can I support my long distance boyfriend however I have severe P...   by lakshmi7  17mo   417
     
    Hi, ... ... You might be severely deficient in Magnesium. Taking large doses of Magnesium Malate, Magnesium Taurate or Magnesium Glycinate, or even Magnesium Sulphate (600 to 1000mg daily) should lift off your depression and dissipate your negativity. ... ... Also, bowel cleanse and liver cleanse should help, as you may be dealing with a lot of toxicity in the body. ... ... All this should help you be more positive. ... ... Hope it helps!   [End]
     
  • Image Embedded Re: PMS tiredness. What can I take?   by lakshmi7  17mo   533
     
    http://curezone.com/upload/_O_P_Forums/PMS/hello_kitty.jpg ... ... Hi, ... ... Magnesium Malate, (or Mag Glycinate) ... Potassium chelate ... B vitamins ... ... helped a lot with fatigue before period [Image Embedded Here]   [End]
     
  • Re: Actually, the original post is correct and yours is misinformed   by Dquixote1217  18mo   2,070
     
    Thanks for your thoughtful and civil reply.  I think what you may be missing is that there is any number of studies which indicate that healthy consumption of omega-3 fatty acids is actually protective of cell membranes.  And, again, krill oil contains one of the best antioxidants on the planet.  Thus far, I have been unable to find a single study or even a single scholarly article which indicates that krill oil causes oxidative damage or is unhealthy is any way (with the exception of individuals who are allergic to shellfish). ...   [End]
     
  • Re: Actually, the original post is correct and yours is misinformed   by medicineforthepeople  18mo   1,675
     
    Getting into Warburg & interpreting his work is not too important here, but his work does help one to understand the way the bodyís cells respond to low energy environments. When there is no oxygen as an electron receptor at the end of the electron transport chain, mitochondrial respiration will be not be able to continue. ... ... I apologize for using a study where corn oil was the source of the polyunsaturated fat. It is important to understand that no matter what the source, it is still has many double bonds and that comes with a characteristic biochemical property. ... ... It is the following c ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Krill Oil Latest News   by medicineforthepeople  18mo   1,658
     
    If you are interested in oils for you skin, put them on your skin... Part of the Ayurvedic daily routine is an oil massage called Abyangha. The oils most commonly used are sesame, mustard or coconut oil. Sesame is the best if you tend towards being cold. Coconut is the best if you want to shed some fat.   [End]
     
  • Re: Krill Oil Latest News   by AmandaFremen  18mo   1,728
     
    Is it supports endocrine system? As I am intrested in inner progress of skin that are totally in concern metabolic activities. ... ... natural oils for skin ... ...   ... ...   ...   [End]
     
  • Krill Oil Latest News   by fishoilblog38  18mo   2,071  Ü Cross-post Ü
     
    Krill Oil Improves Brain Function ... ... http://krillomega3.yolasite.com/krill-oil-improves--brain-function.php   [End]
     
  • Re: Cheilitis After Stopping EPO   by longterm  19mo   1,265
     
    It could be the gamma-linolenic acid in Evening Primrose oil that your body is lacking. But this acid could also be causing your symptoms so I do not know what to tell you. You could get a blood test for omega fatty acids (if there is one) to see if you are deficient.   [End]
     
  • Re: Cheilitis After Stopping EPO   by Banana821  19mo   1,139
     
    Itís just weird because iíve never experience this. It feels hormonal. Like EPO threw off my hormones and now every month at a certain time this happens. I hope not. Its miserable.   [End]
     
  • Re: Cheilitis After Stopping EPO   by Banana821  19mo   1,125
     
    Is there something that I could have recently done to make my body require more omega 6? ... ... Does drinking diminish them? Any certain foods?   [End]
     
  • Re: Cheilitis After Stopping EPO   by longterm  19mo   1,234
     
    Evening primrose oil is used for eczema & psoriasis. Maybe your body lacks essential fatty acids like omega 6? You can get omega 6 in other supplements. ... ... Hey, if anyone does not mind gaining weight and losing sex drive, evening primrose oil just might help your lips.   [End]
     
  • Cheilitis After Stopping EPO   by Banana821  19mo   1,299  Ü Cross-post Ü
     
    Can anyone think of an explanation for this: ... ... I began taking evening primrose oil about 8-10 months ago because I had chin acne and pms. ... ... It helped those two things, but I began to gain weight in my hips and thighs so I stopped about 2-3 months ago. ... ... ... Since then I have had three cheilitis incidents. The current one was bothersome enough for me to investigate and diagnose. ... ... ... My lips are sore and red and swollen. ... ... ... Also, Iíve smoke pot on and off since I was fifteen. Lately I havenít been smoking at all. Iíve stopped in the past with no similar issues. ... ... ... I am 29 and i h ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Ponds Cold Cream is clearing up my acne!   by murdhaynnya  19mo   25,120
     
    I really appreciate this info. Thank you! BTW, I found this article through Google. I hope you and others here find it helpful: ... ... Do Acne Scar Creams Really Work? ... ... If you are reading this article, then I am sure that you have got several terrible acne blemishes on your face, and also that you would like to get rid of those scars as fast as possible. Now, I certainly hope you did not come here hoping for a one-day miracle cure, because, as far as I know, none exists! I also believe that you are looking for an acne scar cream, preferably something that is 100% natural. Well in this articl ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Trying a new cold cream (Edited)   by leggybrandi  21mo   26,349
     
    Hey Pheisty! ... ... It has been awhile since we chatted about our acne issues. I wanted to tell you what I have done to clear my acne about 85 percent since we talked. I did a Hair Mineral Analysis and found out I have adrenal issues and started taking an adrenal glandular along with mineral balancing and my acne is almost gone. ... Brandi   [End]
     
  • Re: Am I a Highly Sensitive Person or Moody? How can I manage myself?   by lakshmi7  21mo   3,068
     
    Hello! ... ... I used to have similar issues around period, so I understand how you feel. And believe me, it can be managed. I improved about 90% of my emotional and physical symptoms through mostly dietary changes, and proper sleep and some detox. ... ... I agree with illysmanx about the blood sugar effects. ... ... Yes, you definitely need a good breakfast! I believe a high-fat breakfast that also has some protein (like eggs) and follow up high-fat snacks (like a GAPS legal-cookie) during the day will keep your blood sugar stable. From what I understand, our hormones, esp. the ones that help us to d ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Bach's flowers and hormonal and pms and menstrual cycle imbalances   by devorah  21mo   1,179  Ü Cross-post Ü
     
    Does anyone have any advice for a 24 year old woman who responds positively to Dr. Bach ís custom blends and rescue remedy but major challenge with constantly changing hormonal issues throughout the month which manifests in acne and mood changes and lethargy depending on the time in her cycle. keeps adjusting blend? Taking with Rescue Remedy simultaneously or more than one blend? Any insight is appreciated. She also started taking chastberry (Vitex) and Borack.   [End]
     
  • Bee Pollen & Water Fasting   by #152930  24mo   1,636  Ü Cross-post Ü
     
    I have experience with water f   [End]
     
  • Re: PMS problems   by carobonilla2002  25mo   2,088
     
    Thank you very much for your post! :)   [End]
     
  • Re: Brain Fog, Detached, Hormones   by ProudMomma  26mo   2,526
     
    As always, excellent information to have! Thank you, Dr. J.!   [End]
     
  • Re: Brain Fog, Detached, Hormones   by stimpy99  26mo   2,584
     
    Thank you so much for this message. This totally explains part of my problem. I have seen a holistic dentist who does kinesiology muscle testing and also an iridologist. The holistic dentist has me taking some stuff for the HPA, but never explained it to me like that. He uses Biotics Research instead of Standard Process. He did not give me the black currant seed oil or the tuna oil. I also have terrible candida and the iridologist told me I have fatty liver. Also they both said I have thyroid issues. I feel like a mess.   [End]
     
  • Video Embedded Brain Fog, Detached, Hormones   by DrJNutrition  26mo   2,947  Ü Cross-post Ü
     
    ... ... Brain Fog ... HPA axis/Hormones ... To start balancing out hormones we first have to look at the Hypothalamus/Pituitary/Adrenal axis (HPA). This is the master controller in the brain conrolling the symphony of hormones in the body. People with the HPA not functioning properly are disconnected, detached, walled off, feel like they are in a cave (bad memory, foggy thinking, fear/anxiety, feel crazy). When the HPA is working optimally you feel connected to the world, present, and full of life. This is the starting point with hormones and we do this with whole food products from Standard Process ... [Video Embedded Here]   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Natural Relief for Hot Flashes & Night Sweats   by lois6318  26mo   1,835
     
    Hi ... ... I feel bad for people that do not feel well because of menopause symptoms. ... I went through this quite a while. No fun. I wanted to turn you on to something ... thousands of times stronger than what your are using. Itís like a script. It ĒPremium Pueraria MirificaĒ. Its the best and thousands of times stronger than anything else. I used 200 mg/ day when I was pre-menopausal beginning the first day of my period for 15 days then stop, I used natural progesterone cream after that 20 mg/day for 5 days for two weeks. What a difference! Now the I reached menopause I use Pueraria Mir ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Natural Relief for Hot Flashes & Night Sweats   by jocach  28mo   2,265  Ü Cross-post Ü
     
    At 41 years of age, I was put into surgical menopause due to a rare type of tumor that presented as being cancerous. I had my ovaries, uterus and cervix removed. I had read about the symptoms I was going to have to deal with, and had actually begun to experience some of the symptoms of premenopausal, and seemed to be managing just fine, so how much worse could it be? ... ... I will always remember that first moment after surgery, and instantly feeling that I was lacking estrogen. The hot flashes were immediate and intense! They would come out of no where, with no warning, and make me feel as if ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • estrogen foods cause increase female pains during periods:   by nicoleeann  29mo   579  Ü Cross-post Ü
     
    I recently was eating a raw vegan type diet which included lots of raw nut butters especially tahini. My period in September was very crampy with excess bleeding, fatigue and premenstral cramps, and feverishness. I even had to leave work early. ... I now am on a diet with no sugar, low carbs, no starch, and and absolutely no nuts, seeds, or legumes. My last period that i just had was great. Light bleeding, I felt pretty much like i do the rest of the month with just a slight hint of a cramp here or there (which is natural even in a healthy woman) I didnít even know it was coming, I had no sy ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • PMS/Cramp relief from yeast treatment...   by missthang  32mo   679
     
    Just saw this forum and wanted to post my recent experience for some of you who struggle with PMS and/or bad cramps. I recently started trying to eliminate a systemic candida problem using supplements and colonics and I have to say, my last period was hardly even noticeable. I mean, my flow was the normal amount/time, but I had no back pain or cramps. This was especially noticeable because until a couple of months ago, I was on bio-identical progesterone, which definitely helped my PMS and cramps, but only by about 50%. ... ... Anyway -- donít know if this is a permanent cure or not, but it see ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Trying a new cold cream   by #144063  32mo   30,123
     
    YOU DO NOT HAVE DEMODEX MITES/PARASITES ... ... I thought I was a suffered of Demodex Mites for 10 months. ... Every day for 10 months I felt those ĒbugsĒ crawling and wiggling. ... ... I spent about $2K buying creams to include Ponds Cold Cream, lotions, soaps, shampoos, going from doctor to doctor who either ignored me, or gave into my demands for Ivermectim. ... ... I even purchased 10 boxes of Borax laundry detergent to bath in, tea tree oil, colloidal silver ĖI was desperate!!!! to no avail. I saw 4 Demonologist, 1 Neurologist, and 1 Immunologist without any success. I worried my Primary Cary Doctor ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • deleted   by Hidden Username  3y   616
     
    And the stupid thing is so ski   [End]
     
  • Re: 2 days   by EskaArabian  3y   1,337
     
    When I first got it removed I started on B6 stress and then a B12 complex, evening primerose oil, a multi vitamin, extra vitamin D (It was winter time here) and a Vitamin E. Now I take most of the above but also a bio identical hormone as well for my hormone imbalance. If anything the Vitamins help with energy I found. Wish you luck ... ... God Bless   [End]
     
  • 2 days   by PurpleFlower  3y   1,203  Ü Cross-post Ü
     
    I am two days post removal and i feel great so far. I havent started menstruating yet. My dr removed it but warned me thAt the problems i am experiencing may be due to PMDD. Not sure what to think of that. Time will tell i guess. This may be TMI but i have been relieved of my constipation and ot feels great. I dont feel so full and bloated. On another note, has anyone ever used B6 or evening primrose oil? I dont like conventional meds because my body seems intolerant to most.   [End]
     
  • Sulfur is clearing up my hyperpigmentation   by denisealvarez  3y   3,384  Ü Cross-post Ü
     
    I canít believe it. I have been using organic sulfur aka msm and my hyperpigmentation is now gone. It took about 4 mos. I got it from www.cleanisticliving.com. I just wanted to let people know because it worked for me.   [End]
     
  • Re: Trying a new cold cream   by PheistyChick  3y   30,777
     
    HA!!! Funny! We think alike. ... ... Well, I just used it for the first time last night and this morning, but Iíve had a headache for most of the day. Not a bad one, just a lingering one. Iím wondering if the mix of CS and borax really killed them fast and Iím experiencing a herxheimer effect? My neck looked tons better this morning. ... ... Maybe homemade cold cream is the way to go? Or maybe just switching things up a bit gave us that extra boost of mite-killing power? ;-) ... ... Youíre such a sweetie for offering your special cold cream! Iíll send you some of my CS stuff, too, if youíd like i ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Trying a new cold cream   by leggybrandi  3y   30,443
     
    How funny! I made my own cream too. I put some mite killing oils in it, beeswax etc.... I have been using it for a week and it brought EVERYTHING out and now it is getting better. I will keep you posted because if this works for me Iíll send you some or if yours works let me know!! ... ... TTYL my mite killing sister   [End]
     
  • Trying a new cold cream   by PheistyChick  3y   30,313
     
    ...a homemade cold cream with colloidal silver, borax, jojoba oil, and local beeswax in it. It was fairly easy to make once I got all of the ingredients, except I had to shred and strain the beeswax because the bee farmer gave it to me raw in a large brick. ... ... Itís on my face right now, so weíll see how it works. ... ... Brandi, how long have you been at this mite killing? Iím going on two months. ... ... Iím wondering if my sudden increase in physical activity is maybe pushing more of them out? Iím running 3 miles a day and when Iím not doing that, itís yoga and/or P90X. I wasnít exercising ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Question about black demodex   by PheistyChick  3y   31,082
     
    Avoid the toothpaste like the plague, honey! Flouride and SLS are two main ingredients in most commercial toothpaste and the mites feed off of both. I canít believe I forgot to mention this, but I quit all fluoride before I started my mite-killing spree. I also eliminated all SLS (Sodium Laureth Sulfates) in any cosmetics (mostly itís in shampoos and body washes). The mites literally thrive on these two things. (Iím such an idiot for not bringing this up before...Iím so sorry.) And find out if your tap water is fluorinated. That could be a HUGE reason why youíre not seeing an improve ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Question about black demodex   by leggybrandi  3y   30,787
     
    Girl, I hear ya. 100% agree. My face looks horrible right now and my neck looks a tiny bit better than disgusting. It drives me crazy that these deep zits can just sit there and do nothing. I have arm and hammer toothpaste on my zits for god sakes hoping that they will dry up and dissappear. I would rub feces on my face right now if I knew that they would go away. LOL! I am a little hormonal right now but I feel your pain. I ordered the Unkers and now I am trying to figure out how to make them come to the surface or go away quicker. I have the Ēkiiling the mites part downĒ but then w ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Question about black demodex   by PheistyChick  3y   30,501
     
    Hmmm...could be! Gosh, I hope this is almost over. Iím so sick of zits. Theyíre not HALF as bad as they were, thatís for sure, and my skin looks better, but Iím just so tired of acne. Plus, the ones I do get seem to last for weeks which makes this whole process less tolerable. ... ... But, we must persist. I do believe that weíre nearing the end of our journey in killing these buggers. I canít wait to wear my hair up. My neck still looks kinda nasty.   [End]
     
  • Re: new here and desperate for pmdd help!!!   by ellie910s  3y   2,489
     
    Hi angie. I can so relate to what you are saying. My PMDD scares me so badly sometimes.I too have had a bad week have messed up relationships AGAIN. medication is not working. I wish I had the answer for you, but i donít. I know its the last thing you want to hear and Iím saying this to myself. Exercizing figorously seems to help. but who can exercizes when you are depressed stressed and fatiqued. please write back maybe mutual support will help. ... melissa   [End]
     
  • Period Relief Patch   by vinay123  3y   1,435  Ü Cross-post Ü
     
    Hi All, ... ... I just heard of this Period Relief Patch called Allay. ... ... The same company makes patches for other problems. It contains a miniaturized medical device that delivers continuous electromagnetic therapy to restore damaged cells. Applied post-surgically or to an injury, this technology quickly relieves edema , inflammation and pain, providing patient comfort while reducing bruising and speeding up the onset of natural healing. ... ... For PMS: ... ======== ... ... Allay is a safe, drug-free solution to pain and discomfort associated with menstruation. ... ... Recognized by the Wall Street Journal a ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • PMS and PMDD Treatment Survey   by survey00  3y   692
     
    For those of you suffering from the symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) or premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD), the physiology psychology students of the University of Arkansas Fort Smith are conducting a research study to investigate the effectiveness of different kinds of PMS and PMDD treatments. Please take a few minutes to fill out the following surveys concerning the management of PMS/PMDD symptoms through medical treatment, nutrition and exercise, and psychotherapy. It should not take more than 5 to 10 minutes, and all responses will be anonymous. Data collected will be kept c ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Question about black demodex   by leggybrandi  3y   30,861
     
    I wonder if the black dots are eggs? I havenít seen that yet. Maybe youíre getting to the last of the mite eggs! My face is doing better but a bit dry from the sulfur. I canít wait till I kill ALL of these suc***s!   [End]
     
  • Question about black demodex   by PheistyChick  3y   30,925
     
    So the breakout turned out to be not as bad as I thought...itís healing up okay. Just lots of oily clear stuff coming out of any zits I do have and they take days to drain completely. ... ... Today when I put the cold cream on my face, I scratched under my chin and then looked at it and there were lots of little teeny black dots in the cold cream that I scraped from my face. Can demodex be black?   [End]
     
  • Re: Biotuner for depression / anxiety / panic?   by devnty06  3y   5,318
     
    Bio Tuner is an easy-to-use relaxation system. It outputs a broad range of harmonic frequencies to enhance well-being. ... ... drug rehab   [End]
     
  • Re: More breakouts   by PheistyChick  3y   30,454
     
    Brandi, ... ... Almost ten days to the dot I started breaking out again...all over my face, not any specific area. Iím sure that another batch has hatched and Iím dealing with cleaning up their carcasses again. ... ... This is so difficult!!! And frustrating!!! ... ... Hope youíre getting along better than I am.   [End]
     
  • What are common post-mirena symptoms?   by Dear Prudence  3y   1,921  Ü Cross-post Ü
     
    I had Mirena for 3.5 years. I was depressed from the beginning, but never thought this could be the cause. When I was finally diagnosed, my therapist recommended me removing it, and I did. I am still anxious and dealing with depression, but it is getting better. I removed my Mirena two years ago, and have been off any hormones. Six months ago I started having classical progesterone deficiency symptoms, my OBGYN is running all the tests to confirm. How long after removal can Mirena cause hormonal imbalance? And how do you treat it, if I donít want to take birth-control pills? ... Thanks for ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: More breakouts   by PheistyChick  3y   31,002
     
    You too, eh? Gosh, itís just weird! I get these bumps that almost look like theyíre in a pattern under my jawline and onto my neck. Almost like Ēchicken skinĒ. Theyíre red but donít come to a head right away. They just itch like crazy. ... ... YES! I do sometimes get a headache if I leave the Ponds on for awhile. I just chalk it up to the Sodium Borate in the ponds killing parasites, possibly in my blood. I donít think itís causing any harm. What do you think? I guess Iíve had die-off headaches and other herxheimer (sp?) effects before, and this to me seems like a die-off symptom rath ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: PMS problems   by UserX  3y   3,336
     
    Your problems sound very familiar to me. Iíve been down that road until in September of 2007 I found myself on the ĒterminalĒ list. My liver and colon and whole body was shutting down. I had uncontrolled diabetes. I searched for answers as you have been doing. I even sent up a prayer again which words were exactly: ĒPlease, God, give me answers.Ē I got my answer. I am nearly completely well after working for 3.5 years to get all the reasons for disease gone. It is entirely possible to do this, IF you have the faith and patience to do it. If you sincerely want to get well and live. ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: More breakouts   by leggybrandi  3y   30,877
     
    Hi Pheisty Chick! ... ... My skin colring is looking better but I have breakouts on my jawline and neck area too. That is why I am also positive that it is mites. Disgusting, huh? I think these mites die off in cycles (10 days) and then you get the massive breakouts and then it clears up. Do you get a headache sometimes when you let the ponds stay on your skin? I cleanse it and then put the ponds on and I donít wash it off unitl the next day. My neck looks really icky right now. One thing I do is take Organic Sulfur internally to kill them from the inside out, too. It cleared up my hype ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • More breakouts   by PheistyChick  3y   30,891
     
    So Iím sorry for hijacking your thread, Brandi. Itís sort of turned into a journal in my quest to kill these darn things. ... ... So I must have gone down another layer in my skin or found another nest, because my left side under my jawline is breaking out. Weeks ago, it was below my ear on my jawline...the same kind of breakout...red bumps everywhere. Thankfully these arenít as bad, but gosh, Iím just so impatient. My forehead is also starting to break out again. Sigh. ... ... My skin still does look much better, though. I had a waitress tell me today that I was ĒglowingĒ. No kidding! So I ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • ask me again next week...   by moodyone  3y   967  Ü Cross-post Ü
     
    Whatís a girl to do?? ... ... ... Why must I go through thisÖwhat did I do to deserve such a punishment? I feel like pms rules my life; I canít function for 2 weeks out of every monthÖthatís half a year! Really sucksÖwhat sucks the most is not being able to do a single thing about it. Iíve tried Zoloft, elavil, wellbutrinÖI donít think there is a drug out there that would fix me. I work out regularly eat a healthy diet...still nothing, WHY?!?!?! I literally gain at least 5 pounds, cry one minute laugh hysterically the next, migraines consume me, I always need reassurance from my boyfriend that ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Staph Infection? Warning on overzealous mite killing!   by PheistyChick  3y   31,789
     
    Okay, so I got a little íoverzealousí with the mite-killing. ... ... Got a mini boil/staph infection on my face (or at least, thatís what Iím guessing it is/was). Thankfully, itís on itís way out, but it scared the jeepers out of me since I had a staph infection on my face right after I quit smoking and had to take major antibiotics that screwed up my entire being for a couple of months. I have more of these anti-bís on-hand just in case, but I DID NOT want to have to take them. ... ... Just a warning to everyone out there who are trying to kill their mites: ... ... I think that if we try to kill them ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: PMS problems   by alyssad  3y   3,325
     
    I definitely donít plan on going on any type of pills. I have an appointment with a holistic doctor next week to discuss all the details. I am working on feeling better, though do not want anything else thatís going to interfe re with my health. ... ... I looked into a herbal remedy that can kill Candida and other unwanted things in your stomach. Iíve been taking an inexpensive remedy called íFresh Green Wormwoodí complex. I found out itís a weak product, though can help a little. Iíll look into this better quality product, since I do not have any side effects from the current herbal remedy.   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: PMS problems   by Sikanda  3y   3,248
     
    I also have terrible terrible PMS symptoms...that is another sign of candida as well as the other feminine issues! Do you think you could possibly have it as well? I noticed you took antibitoics for awhile so its a definite possibilty!!! Taking probiotics and maybe go on the candida diet for a couple weeks and see if that helps...(also their are questionaires you can take just google candida questionaire or test) ... ... whatever you do donít just go go on BC to stop these symptoms...the more I read about how birth control can screw up your body makes me NEVER want to try it!!! ... There are lot ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Ponds Cold Cream is clearing up my acne!   by PheistyChick  3y   31,753
     
    Hey, Brandi! Thanks for your update and for the reminder about olive leaf. Iíve been eating raw garlic, but Iím sure my hubby would appreciate it if I wouldnít. Heheheh... ... ... Anyway, I actually spoke too soon! I now have about seven or eight ĒActiveĒ pimples on my face that just keep pushing gunk out. How deep do these little buggers burrow down into our skin? Do they dig tunnels and stuff? Good Lord. ... ... Anyway, even though they donít seem to want to stop purging (which I think is a good thing?), my skin looks SO much better. My hubs even told me today that it looked so much more e ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Ponds Cold Cream is clearing up my acne!   by leggybrandi  3y   31,424
     
    Oh Iím so happy for you! I am still using the ponds too and I purchased the Zhongzho cream and Iím on day 4. SO far I am breaking out worse but I think I had them pretty bad. Weíll see. Ponds is awesome though! Also, read about olive leaf (herb). It is great for those mites too and you can kill them internally while you work on the external. Cheers to clear skin!!!   [End]
     
  • Re: Ponds Cold Cream is clearing up my acne!   by PheistyChick  3y   31,816
     
    Thought Iíd report back! ... ... Iíve been using the Ponds for about five days now, and I can tell you that my acne is almost 95% gone. My skin is evening out, and a nice added bonus is that a lot of my melasma spots (Iím of Italian heritage with darker, olive skin) have disappeared as well. I never would have believed that something as simple as dime store Ponds would have such amazing benefits. ... ... Iím also using 10% sulfur ointment on the lesions I do have, and holy cats, I canít believe how quickly that stuff gets rid of active zits. I had a huge cystic bugger right above my lip (under a ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: PMS problems   by ToGoodHealth2011  3y   3,370
     
    ... Hello! ... ... I want to thank you for sharing your personal journey of health. That is what health truly is--a journey. Sometimes we take the wrong road/path...but it is never too late to turn around and move in a better direction! ... ... I donít know why, but out of all the posts that Iíve read this evening, I feel compelled to respond to yours... Perhaps because I, too, have been on a similar road as you, in the past, and I could very much relate to your need for answers and for advice. ... ... I started on my own path of discovery to good health at age 25. That was the first time I started to have ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Ponds Cold Cream is clearing up my acne!   by PheistyChick  3y   31,456
     
    Thanks for this, Brandi! I just bought some Ponds tonight and am giving it a whirl. ... ... Iíll post back with any new developments! ;-)   [End]
     
  • Re: PMS problems   by alyssad  3y   3,311
     
    Does anyone else know more information? Thanks   [End]
     
  • Re: PMS problems   by alyssad  3y   3,454
     
    Thanks. I read a little about homeopathic medicine. Iím going to make an appointment with a naturpathic doctor and another reproductive endocrinologist.   [End]
     
  • Re: PMS problems   by BaDnOn  3y   3,428
     
    Alyssa, ... ... I know next to nothing about PMS, but I WILL tell you that homeopathic medicine is nearly the most maniacal system of healing that Iíve ever read about. Iím sure some will disagree, but it appears methodologically nonsensical. Naturopathic medicine may offer some help, however. Good luck! ... ... -BaDnOn   [End]
     
  • PMS problems   by alyssad  3y   3,805  Ü Cross-post Ü
     
    Hello, Iíve been having problems with PMS since 2009. I also have Hashimotoís Thyroditis. Iím going to give a little history of my health, to show all the details. Iíve thought of natural approaches to helping myself. ... ... I took SSRIs and anti-anxiety medications for anxiety, starting in 2004, ending in 2009. Over that time, I took lexapro from 2004-2009, klonopin for a few months in 2009, welbutrin for a few months. Iíd like to know if long term doses of lexapro could have affected my health? From 2004- early 2009, I had no major health complaints. I had problems with cramps and acne, and ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Am I a Highly Sensitive Person or Moody? How can I manage myself?   by illysmanx  3y   4,786
     
    Dear Moody, ... ... Mood swings especially among women (like myself) are highly linked to nutrition and energy levels. There are several things you can start on right away to help stabilize things: ... ... Eat fresh fruit when your mood starts swinging down. A negative downturn in emotion is linked to a sudden plummet in blood sugar, when the body suddenly stresses out because of lacking fresh carbohydrate and energies. Breakfast cereals and refined-grain foods in the morning will produce this downswing with great regularity. You can just about set your watch by it! Concentrate on getting a fist-s ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Am I a Highly Sensitive Person or Moody? How can I manage myself?   by snooz  3y   4,950
     
    Hi Me1, ... ... Thatís good to hear. I hope all goes well for you and that you find ways to help with your physical symptoms. ... ... The Truth in Medcine Forum is a great starting place. ... ... Regards, ... ... Snooz   [End]
     
  • Re: Am I a Highly Sensitive Person or Moody? How can I manage myself?   by me1  3y   4,601
     
    Hi Snooz ... ... Thank you for your input. To answer your questions, ... No, I donít have any past unresolve emotional issues. ... Depends, I can get any physical symptom such as heart beats or digest problems anytime. ... ... I will repost my threat in Truth in Medician. ... ...   [End]
     
  • Re: Am I a Highly Sensitive Person or Moody? How can I manage myself?   by snooz  3y   4,887
     
    Hi, ... ... Just a thought, do you have any underlying emotional issues from an experience in the past that is not resolved yet? ... ... If you do, does it come to you by triggers which may put you into these moods you are having? ... ... Do you have peace and happiness in general even when you are experiencing these heart beat and digestive issues? ... ... If you do, then this may establsih that your problems are purely physical in nature and may be caused by overactive adrenal glands and/or outside stimuli, that can cause anxiety or even panic attacks. ... ... In my experience, emotional rollercoasters due ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Am I a Highly Sensitive Person or Moody? How can I manage myself?   by #61961  3y   6,683  Ü Cross-post Ü
     
    I have been told I am a moody person especially when connected to the environment. A typical day, early morning, I am confident, communicative, extroverted and focused, three hours later was provoked, turn angry impatient provoke others until crying. I currently manage by disconnected myself from my workplace completely to prevent any rollercoaster reaction. ... ... I cannot stand the full-moon days, pre-menstration and menstruation and post-menstration days. I will be in a rollercoaster and will usually disconnect myself from the environment as much as possible otherwise would lose control ov ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Ponds Cold Cream is clearing up my acne!   by leggybrandi  3y   36,838  Ü Cross-post Ü
     
    I just wanted to pass this info on. I sometimes have hormonal cystic acne and small acne pimples scattered on my face. I have tried so many different things and read about Ponds online. It works really well! What I do is cleanse my face with something else. Then I use witchhazel as a toner and then put Ponds Cold Cream on for the rest of the evening. Donít wash it off! Yes, itís greasy but when I wake up my skin has hardly any bumps. Itís pretty cool. I know you arenít suppose to pick at your face BUT if you do the acne comes out easier if you have ponds on. Wierd! I really suggest a ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Ovarian cyst, menstruation problems   by #1877  4y   4,296
     
    Link to forum on CZ, excellent FAQ at top of page ... ... http://www.curezone.com/forums/f.asp?f=815   [End]
     
  • Re: Ovarian cyst, menstruation problems   by dorocia  4y   4,027
     
    Thank you for youe post. I will start reading more about iodine and start using the iodine supplement. Thanks   [End]
     
  • Ovarian cyst, menstruation problems   by dorocia  4y   4,721  Ü Cross-post Ü
     
    hello, ... I have been diagnosed with an ovarian cysts. The physician put me on hormonal pills but so far I didnít take them. I read a lot about kelp and I got some (organic kelp powder from Starwest Botanicals). It doesnít taste too good but I mix it in my morning smoothie with fruit/vegetable juice and wheat and barley powder, but not sure how much should I use it yet. Right now Iím taking 1/4 of teaspoon every morning. On the internet I read a lot about Iodine toxicity if you take it too much. I drink only one small cup of coffee in the morning, and no more coffee during the day, just a cu ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Biotuner for depression / anxiety / panic?   by kittycat77  4y   5,536
     
    dtruthseeker, ... ... I ALWAYS take my magnesium every day. That malic acid in the form of mg that Iím taking, binds to the magnesium really well. Malic acid is so beneficial. ... ... Iíll be back soon, and hope that you find help.   [End]
     
  • Re: Biotuner for depression / anxiety / panic?   by kittycat77  4y   5,487
     
    Hi, dtruthseeker: ... ... Iím sorry that Iíve been gone for a while. I just now found your response. ... ... Itís my opinion that malic acid and magnesium will help you. ... ...   [End]
     
  • IF and PMS   by chinadoll.cd  4y   1,100  Ü Cross-post Ü
     
    My pattern of fasting is to do it for 3-4 days in a row each week. This last month, my menstrual cycle did not start. Does anyone know if this is normal and if this type of fasting will harm my body in anyway? I am 42 years old and have 5 children. Thanks so much!   [End]
     
  • PMS tiredness. What can I take?   by Ms1970  4y   1,352
     
    I eat a good diet. ... ... Take bsm, and carrot juice but still really tired. Please help   [End]
     
  • Re: Biotuner for depression / anxiety / panic?   by kittycat77  4y   6,109
     
    Well, Iím still trying to figure out how to respond to the posts here. And Iíve been gone for a while and just now back. ... ... I donít think itís the malic acid alone that does the trick. It would be the magnesium. The magnesium causes our muscles to relax. Calcium causes them to contract, but we still need that too. Itís just too much calcium is bad, meaning a calcium excess. And the magnesium controls calcium and keeps it from hurting our hearts, our brains because we donít want calcium in our heart. The heart needs a lot of magnesium. magnesium is a natural calcium blocker. ... ... So if you ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Biotuner for depression / anxiety / panic?   by dtruthseeker  4y   5,763
     
    Hi KittyKat, ... ... I took a look at the link you sent re: the magnesium. ... I take folic acid and B6 every day and find they help. ... ... I have experience taking magnesium malate or MALIC ACID for withdrawal symptoms from antidepressants and other drugs as some of them make you experience horrible brain zaps, body aches and muscle stiffness. Things worse than probably heroin detox! When Iíve used it, Iíve used it at the dosage similar to the one in this formula about 1600mg once or twice a day until the symptoms subsided. ... ... Whoever said there is a correlation between feeling crappy and muscle s ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Biotuner for depression / anxiety / panic?   by dtruthseeker  4y   5,629
     
    Thank you all for your support and messages. I am new to CZ and so I donít think I set it up to email me when anyone responded! I thought there were no responses until today! ... ... I am going to look into the mediations and other suggestions people reported. Thank God I do not drink Soda and am very vigilant about my diet. ... ... I think I am going to buy the biotuner and try it. Iíve spent THOUSANDS on bigpharm chemicals that did nothing but hurt me. This is worth a try! ... ... Kind regards to all. ...   [End]
     
  • Re: Biotuner for depression / anxiety / panic?   by #58606  4y   5,991
     
    I also bought the biotuner for my PTSD - severe panic and sleep disorder. Unfortunatey, it did nothing and was a big disappointment. ... ... I do believe the biotuner works, like for minor stress reactions, but I donít think it is powerful enough to help with ongoing panic, especially one that has been going on for several years. ... ... Thatís great you are doing EFT, but for maximum results I really do believe that a practitioner is much better over doing it yourself. Just my experience talking here.. ... ... It does sound like you are trying a lot to get better, and I really believe that you will hit ...   [retrieve this message]
     
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