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the accidental chef
Friday, October 27, 2006, 2:25am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Anything in BTD & suppliments which can keep it under control?

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I believe that imbalances or excess toxins from eating the wrong foods or being allergic to either foods or "environmental" substances will cause or aggravate mental illnesses.  I think there are too many variables to provide accurate aid here.

The NAET practitioner I used, treated many people with various mental illnesses.


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I would think 100% compliance, concentrating on 90% beneficials, and the cognitive function protocol.

I believe ER has a single statement/sentence about Russian scientists linking wheat eating to more severe symptoms or something like that.

ETA: And plenty of appropriate BT exercise.


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please have a look in here http://www.orthomed.org Dr.A.Hoffer is *THE specialiste* on this field and I must tell you, he is right,worked with several adults and older children with his recommendations, and of course changing their diets to BTD compatibility, and see it is amazing how drastically they get better.
The problem here is, if they are under high dosages of medication, you must adjust the intake of orthomolecular stuffs as well, because if not- you won't see any changement....

I wish you all the best, sometimes shizo is only internal rage and mal treated take care of the*diagnosis* and don't believe all what such whitecoated tells ya !!!


Remember well: good & successfull therapy is artistic work ; but such medication may harm more than they are good for

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Just reinforcing what ABJoe has said, I think it is EXTREMELY important to eat foods as close to their natural state as possible - no additives, preservatives, etc.; minimal processed, refined foods; even avoiding plastics as much as possible.

What blood type is involved?


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Hi accidental chef,
I have read a book called The Food Connection (authors Sheinkin, Schachter, Hutton) that explains a study and research made by Psychiatrists of the Veterans Administration in USA dealing with schizophrenia treatment.
They used a gluten and casein (dairy) free diet for some months with very good results and saw relapse introducing gluten and casein again. Dr D wrote that he kows several persons heped in their mental health by this diet; also red meat and beef should be especially avoided by As with psychiatric problems in a post of dr D in this Forum on bipolar disorder.

Autistic problems and Asperger syndrome hve often been helped remarkably by BTD

Hope it helps.
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I remember reading a testimonial from a schizophrenic on Heidi's column on successfully managing his condition with BTD, after being told he would be on medication for the rest of his life. I am not very good at searching, maybe someone else will find it?


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the accidental chef
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Thanks all!

Tomatilla, I couldnt digest all of what was in the link, but thank you for posting it!

apositive, he's B. he was diagnosed in early 80's..and has been on medication ever since. there is a family history of schizophrenia. the medication gives him tremors, and just makes him feel ill all the time. so he has refused to take anymore medications and has even refused to see the doc. by being off meds he has mood swings which are quite scary for outsiders & children.

Maria, he's a total vegetarian. If there's anything for B groupers, I'd be keen to know..

Ellie, thanks. Heidi's column as in the blogs..?

If anyone has anymore information, please post them here.

Thanks a lot!
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accidental chef, have a look at this article.  It was one that I think MoDon posted quite some time ago. If I remember correctly, there are some very similar if not exact things like this they talk about. It has been a long time since I read it, so don't hold me to that.  

http://www.drlwilson.com/articles/copper_toxicity_syndrome.htm

ok, hold me to it. I just popped into that article and it does mention schizophrenia.  Also talks about how  a sluggish liver or weak adrenal glands may cause copper to build up in the tissues.  I must reread this article. Hope it helps.




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http://www.dadamo.com/enews/1-3.htm insulin and glucose problems

http://www.dadamo.com/bloggers/otd/archives/00000798.htm a story from Heidi's column

Hope that helps!  I know I've seen a lot about gluten intolerance and schizophrenia, but haven't found it yet...


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accidental chef ...big boss ..here we go:

please look into this:www.orthomed.org here lays a very important key to get changed lots to a better for his life! Avram tells us to use highest intakes of Zink, some others stuffs etc.....and perhaps should he change to another medicament if he gets tremor with thisone what I often saw was ,if  we followed the advices from Dr. D and Hoffer, symptoms nearly were gone and medication was needed perhaps for 1/3 of the total amount daily, sooo good

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Let me try the BTD on him...and see what changes come about...He's 83 and has a mind of his own-no pun intended !

Thanks very much for all the info & links, and a special thanks to Tomatilla for calling me big boss  

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...ouch 83 years ok.... so everybody is familiar with this  

you wouln't bee amazed when I call ya little boss, would you
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