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Tue, Jan 26, 2016 - 6:32pm (Reply to #221)
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the sun salutation

thanks ag1969, I will do that tomorrow morning

a follow up comment on the Upton Sinclair book I posted. What I like about him is he is telling the story of his experiments on himself. Isn't that we are doing here. Sharing information, but at the end of the day we are experimenting on ourselves and keeping what is good and discarding what does not work for us

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Tue, Jan 26, 2016 - 6:57pm
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Silver66

I have not read your post...yet, but I am a big fan of fasting. I have not eaten since Sunday Morning. I have posted a lot of stuff over the years on how fasting restores the immune system. 

Tomorrow at noon I will eat a couple of avocados and then have dinner tomorrow night. It gets easier the more you do it. I was feeling shitty on Sunday and decided to take a couple of days off from food. It works for me.

And yes, I agree, we are experimenting on ourselves. I am feeling really good these days. 

Tue, Jan 26, 2016 - 7:11pm
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Oh, 66, I almost forgot

I bought Hulda Clark's ParaCleanse for Mrs.69. She has not started it yet. I will keep you posted. It makes sense and I will probably do it myself if she survives. (I need to insert an LOL here because my emoticons are missing)

I have also noticed that TFMR links have not been working. You know how you can always see how many new posts there are in a thread? When I see, say, 7 new, in the IWTTI thread and I click 7 new, it takes me to the beginning of thread every time, I have started reading your opening post for IWWTI about 100 times in the past week. Is it just me?

Tue, Jan 26, 2016 - 7:41pm
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ag1969

It is working normal for me.

Tue, Jan 26, 2016 - 7:44pm (Reply to #224)
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I almost forgot

please keep me informed on the cleanse

Neither Mrs Silver66 or I present any symptoms of parasites so we are unsure if we will do a cleanse, but will never say never. I have been thinking about a liver cleanse. When I am down at Dr Tent's next I will ask his opinion

I have been doing intermittent fasting for 3 weeks and the weight is falling off me. My personal trainer is amazed at how I have been killing it at our workouts this past 2 weeks. I have always been a late night snacker and it seems to me that that cycle is broken.

This is the TED talk that got me interested in experimenting with fasting

The Mystery of Fast-5 and D.I.E.T.: Bert Herring, MD at TEDxRiversideAvondale

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Tue, Jan 26, 2016 - 9:20pm
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good video

not to long

Everyone Should Stop Eating These Four Foods!

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Wed, Jan 27, 2016 - 9:31am
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What Happens To Your Body When You Eat An Avocado A Day

We’ve all heard the age old quote, “an apple a day keeps the doctor away.” Now we say, “an avocado a day keeps the doctor away, forever!”

On most days, I will add a whole avocado to my salad, which I eat for lunch. This increases my healthy fat and calorie intake without seriously increasing my protein or carbohydrate intake. Since avocados are also high in potassium, they will also help balance your vitally important potassium to sodium ratio.

You improve your skin health 

In addition to their high levels of skin-healthy MUFAs, avocados contain a fair amount of biotin, a B-complex vitamin that helps keep skin hydrated from the inside out, according to dermatologist Ava Shamban, author of “Heal Your Skin.” In explaining the skin-beneficial properties of MUFAs, Shamban points out that these fatty acids promote the formation of ceramides, which are lipid molecules that help to plump up skin and keep it healthy. The dermatologist includes avocado among her select group of “super skin foods.”

You feel fuller for longer, curbing hunger

If you find yourself constantly snacking, avocados can help change that. Studies have shown that meals that include avocados and other healthy fats cause you to feel full, taking away the need to eat more. Because they consist mostly of healthy fatty acids, they produce a blood-sugar, friendly, ketogenic effect. So the next time you reach for a bag of chips, go for the avocado instead.

You Get Better Insulin Control

A major factor in metabolism is the glucose levels in your body. Insulin is extremely powerful, removing any excess glucose so that you don’t suffer from serious problems.

If there is excess glucose it can be stored in the liver and in your muscle tissue, but after filling those areas up as much as possible, insulin removes the glucose to fat cells. This storage can lead to low blood sugar, which not only can lead to diabetes but also makes you want carbs, which is detrimental to weight loss.

You Preserve Your Heart Health

Previous research also suggests avocado may be among the healthiest foods you can eat to protect your heart and cardiovascular health. One such study, published in November, 2012,4 found that eating one-half of a fresh medium Hass avocado with a hamburger (made with 90 percent lean beef) significantly inhibited the production of the inflammatory compound Interleukin-6 (IL-6), compared to eating a burger without fresh avocado.

Also, just like avocado does not raise your blood sugar levels, fresh avocado did not increase triglyceride levels beyond what was observed when eating the burger alone, despite the avocado supplying extra fat and calories. According to lead author David Heber, MD, PhD, the findings offer “promising clues” about avocado’s ability to benefit vascular function and heart health.

You Reduce Bad Cholesterol

Elevated levels of low-density lipoprotein, the so-called bad cholesterol, are widely associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular disease. A researcher at Saudi Arabia’s King Saud University College of Pharmacy conducted an animal study to evaluate the efficacy of avocado fruit pulp in lowering LDL levels, a treatment modality used widely in African folk medicine. In an article published in the “African Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology,” the researcher reported that his study confirms avocado’s effectiveness in lowering bad cholesterol. He said that phytochemicals in avocado demonstrate potent cholesterol-lowering and antioxidant properties.

- See more at: https://www.the-open-mind.com/this-is-what-happens-to-your-body-when-you...

Wed, Jan 27, 2016 - 10:48am (Reply to #227)
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RE: good video

I luv that guy. He looks TOTALLY AWESOME for his age. I have one little itch with his diet recommendations. He's got OATS in the same boat with wheat -> No frkn good. But, I can not find any research that substantiates his condemnation of oats. It's gluten free, and you can easily get non-gmo, "organic'' blah, blah, blah. So, I don't see his objection - other than most of us do NOT need any simple carbohydrates in our diet. Period.

Anybody know differently?

Wed, Jan 27, 2016 - 9:06pm
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Immediate Adverse Reactions In UK School Vaccination Program

Causation with provocation—that is, a meningitis vaccination! It’s happened rather big time during the Northampton School for Boys in Northampton, England, on January 26, 2016.

According to reporting by The Sun, this is part of what transpired:

HORROR unfolded at a secondary school after paramedics were called out to treat up to 15 pupils who collapsed after having vaccinations.

Between ten and 15 Year 10 students keeled over after having a meningitis jab at Northampton School for Boys yesterday. One boy was taken to A&E as a “precaution”.

One parent, whose son saw the drama unfold, told how children were seen “on their backs on the floor with their legs up on chairs”.

One commenter in The Sun said, “Rumours say there may have been a duff batch of vaccines.” Isn’t every batch of any vaccine a duff with all their neurotoxins and toxic chemicals? [1]

https://www.naturalblaze.com/2016/01/immediate-adverse-reactions-in-uk-s...

Wed, Jan 27, 2016 - 9:41pm (Reply to #229)
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Oats

Oats are high in phytic acid which destroys teeth and bones. On the good side oats also clear cholesterol so you can live forever as an osteoporosis hunchback with bad teeth by eating them every day. ;) Every once in a while, no bigge. Daily, I wouldn't.

Also tons of cross contamination between Oats and Wheat, unless Oats are specified GF (gluten free)

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Wed, Jan 27, 2016 - 9:58pm (Reply to #227)
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Yes! Yes! Yes!

Spot on video! Absolutely spot on!

This one is great too, especially the last 1.5 minutes, so true! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4P5caS0xf20

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Thu, Jan 28, 2016 - 7:31am (Reply to #213)
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Ag, Bugs & Fly....

....Thank you guys immensely!....Getting this book and trying to learn all the info quickly as possible...I do kinda get overwhelmed thinking about it all...I would say im in good health now, but i know this red splotchyness is not good...if I look like this on the outside, I can only imagine the inside and the damage being done so I definitely want to get ahead of the curve....I have soooo many questions and not enough time commonly to get the real lowdown, so your input is appreciated...I have a hard time keeping weight on...don't hate me...reading up on gaps...no grains?....does that include steel cut oatmeal?, lol....seems when i eat the organic bread made locally that the red splotchiness seems less, but no grains, right?...getting rid of sugar is not fun...I know its a big thing tho, so ill keep yall posted...is the sugar in fruits, etc different? Would love some sort of roundtable discussion w folks like you, id love to write down all the things I'm (we're) working on for better health so as to not forget....kombucha, probiotics, d3, omega 3, gaps, joint health, food allergies,cleanses, candida, proper ph, ideal alkalinity, how to properly gain weight.....and a lot of other things to think about....makes my head swim....anyway, gonna try and put some of this down in writing so i can try and implement...eating mostly organic already, some supplements...but damn, i still like to play bball and soccer....i cant have achey joints yet, im only 49!...Today! Again, thanks for the input, seriously....and i know how to spell and properly punctuate but writing fast and my tab has its own mind....Enjoy today folks and thanks bigtime.

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Thu, Jan 28, 2016 - 8:37am (Reply to #233)
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so here's the type of thing....

...I wonder about....I talk to my chiro about wanting to gain weight....he shows me a diet consisting of 1 piece of bread w peanut butter and honey along with a 30g protein shake for breakfast...another 30 g shake mid morn, shake and healthy lunch...another mid day 30g protein shake, then whatever for dinner thats healthy (vague) and another 30g shake...he said thats for a 200lb man...I desire 170-175....? s...sound crazy? Is sugar in honey different than reg sugar (assume organic everything), my shakes are Numedica total vegan (1 serv is 4 g of sugars, is this ok sugarwise?) The piece of bread is local organic made w unbleached wheat flour, malted barley flour, water, salt, yeast, honey sugar.....guessing there is a better choice for "bread".....meals are typically fish, chick, green vegi, carrots..anyway, dont want to monopolize convo here but when you're not knowledgeable in an area like this, these are the basic types of questions peeps have....how the heck does a person gain weight w ithought eating like a horse?

Signed, Vonburp
Thu, Jan 28, 2016 - 11:56am
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@vonburp

I'll hazard a guess...your gut may be out of whack, and you're not absorbing the nutrients/calories you need. If you can find one near you you might want to save yourself a lot of time and experimentation and visit a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner.

You can (hopefully) find one near you, here:

https://nutritionaltherapy.com/ntp-referral-list/

ancaro imparo.
Fri, Jan 29, 2016 - 8:29am (Reply to #235)
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Magpie...

THAT is what I'm looking for...thank you 

Signed, Vonburp
Fri, Jan 29, 2016 - 5:57pm (Reply to #195)
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Turmeric tooth care

ag1969, We are neighbors Bro.

Just a side note, do you know how you know that the tooth brush was invented in Maine?
Tsk Tsk.

I bought Turmeric, coconut oil, I already had the bentinite clay and the black pepper that I will make a tooth paste from. I may even add some diamontatious clay for extra grit.


I'm from Maine and my teeth are a mess. ( tooth/ teeth brush fits)


I give complete blame to the dentist that I and my siblings were subjected to every 6 months as we had full coverage of Blue Cross / Blue Shield in the early 1950's.

He sat us in a chair and ex-rayed every visit and drilled any shadow he could pretend to find in the negative. He was raising 5 kids himself and that Bc/Bs was a gravy train.

I have despised a dentist ever since.

That asshole drilled at least one tooth on every visit in all 6 of our mouths and filled them with mercury amalgamates until we were adults.

I will be scrubbing with my concoction. Pulling the pure coconut oil after and holding and pulling the colloidal silver as a rinse.

I am told that that turmeric is good on chicken also.

Teeth Brush.. ha ha

Be it well with you and them you hold dear Bro

Thank you for sharing your knowledge.

cliff

Fri, Jan 29, 2016 - 7:21pm
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@Cliff

"I give complete blame to the dentist that I and my siblings were subjected to every 6 months as we had full coverage of Blue Cross / Blue Shield in the early 1950's."

My sister and I had exactly the same experience with a dentist that had grown up with my Mother. He used his old mechanical drill from Hell to put a filling in each of us on every visit.

I'm sure the pain alone stunted my brain development. Finally we just ran and hid in the woods whenever my mother made a dentist appointment. So she scheduled a sit-down pow-wow visit with her shyster friend in his office. He ADMITTED that he was "placing fillings where he 'knew' cavities would eventually appear"> Yah, I shit you not.

IF there is karma, dentists come back as blind ugly women in Afganistan.

And otherwise I hope hell is big enuf to hold them and their Bankster friends.

Fri, Jan 29, 2016 - 7:41pm
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Dentist?

O.K., my turn. My dentist in the '50's would pull or fill a tooth for $5. He said if he pulled it, I would not need to fill it ever again. (I am smiling and if you look closely, you will see the vacant area and the bridge). 

Later on, I received many mercury fillings and my dentist now is confined to his home as he cannot remember where he lives or how to find his house. (MERCURY POISONING?)

I had all my fillings removed a few years ago and replaced the mercury will a better product. One must be very carful in finding a dentist who removes that mercury. The fumes can make you have a long stay in the hospital.

My friend SW Medicine (Carol) had her mercury removed by a dentist that did not know what they were doing and the mercury vapors went into her mouth. She almost died in the hospital and now is still battling terminal cancer, every day. Pray for her, she needs support just to get up every morning. Guard your health with your life. Jim

NW VIEW >>>1 Cor. 1:18
Fri, Jan 29, 2016 - 8:56pm
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amalgam fillings warning

Smoking tooth: Please watch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OdjmgcB1Rf8 more detail at 23: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aZoqqB5JhX8 Jim thank you for sharing. Hopefully my experience will be of help.

In 2006 I went to a regular dentist not trained in the proper removal of mercury. He drilled right into the mercury and splattered it on my palate. Then he told the hygienist to remove it because he knew I was sensitive to the amalgam. 24 hours later I had a temperature of 104 and my whole mouth was in pain so badly I couldn't chew lettuce.

I did not know enough about the proper removal that a biological dentist takes to be able to relate the pain to the dentist incident. That was the beginning of six years of horror. They called it cellulitis .My hands, feet and body broke out in terrible blisters itching and burning uncontrollably. I Iended up in the hospital - an alternative clinic there they told me I was lucky to be alive. I continued on a protocol attempting to remove the Mercury from my cells and tissue. Slowly ( it took 6 years!) my skin cleared and I was relieved of the terrible symptoms as a result of improper Mercury removal. In 2012 I was diagnosed with colon cancer. I believe My immune system was weakened from the mercury poison and that is one reason I was diagnosed with cancer. Watch the above videos. You can avoid having to suffer from mercury exposure like I did. Please note that brushing that mercury filling releases the vapor and is Toxic!

I am happy to share more information if you are interested. There are dentist trained with the proper method of carefully removing amalgam Hal Huggins has a list on his website with referrals of dentist in your area. SWM carol

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Also consider Lyme (RE sexual transmission, many undiscovered)

A naturopath, a D.O., and/or a homeopath are usually good choices for a check-up to present current issues and define a health gameplan to get back to tip top shape. The can run tests for parasites, lyme, bloodwork, MTHFR gene. Call ahead and make sure the one you selects does it. Often best to know exactly the cause of the disharmony in the body, otherwise you can spend $$$ in supplements and great food and still feel lousy (especially with parasites and lyme). It is essential you run either the igenex test or the German lyme test and get it interpreted by someone experienced.

https://www.wtfdailynews.co.uk/the-greatest-cover-up-by-the-cdc-lyme-dis...

I think a nutritional therapy practitioner is a great idea, but making too many changes in diet can sometimes void potential testing by skewing results (gluten sensitivity and celiac are classic examples where tests will have no efficacy if you have already undertaken a GF diet change). So if you want tests for a diagnosis do that first, then work with your nutrition plan to optimize recovery. Good luck!

Here's a great tidbit--if Napolean only knew about homeopathy...

https://nourishingplot.com/2016/01/19/shocking-homeopathy-story-attribut...

flyinkel

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