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Re: I'm sensitive to 100% of the foods and I'm starving myself for 10 months so far.
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Re: I'm sensitive to 100% of the foods and I'm starving myself for 10 months so far.

Ok I hear you.

When you say you were hydrated, does that mean you drank a lot of water, or did you drink *something* and it sated your thirst.

Also, and bear in mind I'm not pushing saunas, did you actually sweat when you had the last sauna. There is a sweet spot for your type of problem. Getting into a hot box and not sweating would be a nightmare, likely stirring up toxins and not releasing them.

Maybe clay baths would be very good for you.

It is possible to drink a ton of water and still not be hydrated.

Have you tried some sort of vegetable soup or bieler broth. Just pick whatever vegetables you can handle and make a concentrated soup. With salt this will at least take care of the basic electrolytes.

I would look into Tapeworm infection as well.

Definitely get a hair mineral test.

I'll double down on my suggestion for rare beef and high quality gelatin.

Just guessing you have a salicylate sensitivity issue which caused the spice reaction. It's not surprising with all of the other problems. It would be interesting to see your molybdenum levels on a hair test.

Have you tried glutamine?

Have you tried a saline enema?

Are you doing anything for liver support? Have you tried eating good quality calf liver?

What exactly was your last chelation? IV dmps or pills? You said before that it was ALA, did you use both?

Maybe you are candidate for hydrocortisone. First try rhodiola and adrenal cortex though.

The minerals I suggested are not expensive. Swanson makes some high quality mineral supplements under the albion label. But you're probably one of those people that needs to try each one individually and not mess around with mineral formulas.

Pork is an avoid on the blood type so it doesn't surprise me that it's not working. Just keep plugging away, something will work.

Your diet is also anti-candida, so you could be in a catch 22, trying not to kill off too much at once, but forced into it with the diet. Maybe some clever Sugar sources might help slow the die-off down.


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