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Goldie
Monday, July 29, 2013, 2:43pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Sam Dan
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Food and healing value comes in many ways.  Dr. Christopher has enormous info on 'herbal legacy'  with info from many.  I would look there to see if any one item might suit your needs.  I am super pleased to have a place where one can read up on certain food values.  For me apples where such a sure thing that it helps with cancer, yet I had no way to be sure... just my own interpretations of my moms life without cancer for 50 years while eating many apples.  Now there is confirmation of the same.  

There are certain frequencies that heal certain things... if one vibration worked then it is a good idea to fin the same in food.  the body recognizes a frequency by association with certain foods... so if you ate some specific food item while treating you, you might find that eating that same item may resonate within the body... can you think back of what tasted so good while you where treating your condition?

The body / mind connection is more that great - it is infinite.  What foods we need at some time is the food we do not need at other times...

As for adding any- even oil- to my skin... I invariably get bumpy skin... in my book not a good thing.

Needing so much of a mineral seems a bit much also... - no critique- just ruminating... could there be a sling shot effect from one or the other thing you ingest??  are you diabetic? Anyone in your family diabetic?  Hypoglycemia bothering you?

Sorry I am of so little help... always more questions that answers...


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Thanks Deblynn3!

Goldie, thanks for suggesting various approaches for me. It is helpful to think these things over.

I'm glad to say that I think you are right about the need for one mineral so much. One day last week, I had the foot cramp to end them all- magnesium didn't help, and I even took an extra. Then I tried my multi-mineral complex, scared though I was to do so, and it did not help. Finally it was so bad that I wound up in the emergency room. The doctor said my mineral levels were fine, but just a trace low on potassium. He gave me the impression that I was just fine.

The next day, I called my homeopath. He asked me why I was low on potassium, and I told him that I did not take it because once, years ago, it hugely increased my cramp. He said, well, now I'm low. I said, yes, just a trace low. I didn't want to take it- scared. He insisted, however. He wanted me to use 1/4 tsp. potassium salt daily on my food- not tablets. (I don't like it, so put it into a capsule instead.) But since I started the potassium salt, I don't need so much magnesium! I now take all the minerals again, including calcium, and with the addition of extra magnesium (since the complex doesn't have enough) and the potassium salt, my feet have not felt this safe in years! And I am taking magnesium much less frequently. Wish I could eat bananas...  

So I guess the minerals ust have to be balanced right, and it is just a matter of finding the right balance at any given time. I'm sure for most everyone that will mean additional magnesium, if everything else is in your multi in adequate amounts, because they just do not add enough magnesium. The doc said that all my vegetables and juicing still did not provide adequate minerals. And he was right.

I am also back on the e-Power machine. I don't need to worry as I thought I did about a matter, so I'm really happy to be using it again. It is amazing.


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I am so glad you had the test and that you also had some minerals available.  The advice from the Homeopath was great.  The potassium when taken alone can make you feel ill..

As for banana (singularly..seems to be an avoid) but 4 times a year??? ... IF you should ever get cramps again, you might be able to use it as a comfort food?.   until you can get to a suplement.

Or ... find other foods with Potassium in it, which are equally as pleasing to your pallet... ?

for me it is interesting to show that you could help your self anfdnot get cramps the next night again as I did 3 days in a row, until the doctor in Urgent Care told me I 'am' diabetic! I then had to accept the 'label' and its seriousness consequences.    

how is your skin now a day?  what did you do.. anything internally to heal from the inside?  Please let me know.. someone might benefit from you.. thanks  

  


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Hi Goldie,

My skin is wonderful, really- just a little psoriasis on my wrists and the balls of my thumb. I had it there for years before the huge flare up- so I'm sure it will be the last place to heal. But I am going to continue the program that I wrote this thread about, and I expect it to heal.

I also think my program will help to prevent the degenerative diseases that befall us in my age group- diabetes, heart disease, etc. I fully expect to be healthier than I ever was, since candida plagued me since I can remember.

To see what all I've done to heal it, you'd have to read this whole thread again, as it was a lot of various things. I learned over time. Thanks for your input, and for everyone's!

I'd say the main factors were eliminating foods I am allergic to, taking the current right homeopathic med, and following Dr. D's yeast protocol.


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