Your information is making me think, and that's good. I didn't think that talking about this would reflect back to my condition, but it definitely is.
About the calcium, I would try stopping it, because it will only feed them. I don't know if you ever read about magnesium transmuting to calcium. Magnesium in your diet might help with any calcium deficiency. I am wondering now why so many supplement companies add calcium to almost everything. Mostly in the form of dicalcium phosphate. I don't take any manmade supplements anymore, not in the tablet, capsule form. Only the ones from DNR, as they are only made from the energies of botanicals, and don't contain anything but the energy. I drink barley green, though, still of the mindframe that I need green in my diet. I have a hard time making myself drink it, though, and am wondering if, like you, my body is just not wanting anything too alkaline. I can't tell you how many years I focused on an alkalizing diet and suffered. Cauliflower soup was my most "healthy" dish, and would give me terrible stomach aches.
Acid as our base. Wow, I need to think about that. Ted at biologicalterrain used to say that it's good to take acid and alkaline, just vary the amounts of each til you feel better. If coffee or coke is the extreme that makes us feel better, than maybe we shouldn't fight it. With the craving of coffee, I read about something called healthy coffee, coffee with a pH of 7 and containing ganoderma for energy. I bought it. I will have to see if that is worsening my condition instead of helping it. Wouldn't that be funny? With reading your post, and thinking again about the calcium and the acid/alkaline thing, I just put something together. I love oranges, but they don't love me. I just remembered that not only are the alkalizing, they also contain a good amount of calcium. So do lemons, which can bother me, too. Now when I drink tart cherry juice or eat black cherries, I feel better. I will have to look at the profile of cherries. I know tart cherries have some sort of acid in them! Wow, you are opening up things to me that I never would have thought of.
So this can go internal? Maybe that is why I had so many things in common with a young lady that I met at biological terrain. I only had one sore on my body that wouldn't heal, and only ever saw one filament, it was very long and white. When I would stop eating grains, and maybe I had to eat very low carb, the sore would heal,and so I thought it had something to do with prediabetes. I don't know. In some ways when I eat no grains I feel and look better for awhile, but then something happens in my body and I found that eating some white bread for breakfast makes me feel better than none at all, but it could just be because it is slowing down the die-off. Or could it be because it is acidifying? Maybe the diet which is higher in protein such as eggs makes me feel better because they are more acidic to the system.
Wow, I may be getting somewhere here. Even if it lets me relax with respect to what I'm eating, there's a lot to be said for relaxation.
Well, the best part of your post is certainly what you said about God!
I have to go, I haven't eaten breakfast yet, and am caving in badly.