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Lola
Thursday, November 23, 2006, 4:26pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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those are either avoids or infrequent neutrals in the arthritis book, I believe.

so if you have a history of inflamatory issues you should best avoid those.

for exclusively fatigue issues it means those are ok, as long as there s no inflammation.


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I hope you're right! I rely quite heavily on tomatoes and red peppers to make nice meals with beef!  

I don't have issues with inflammation, at least not yet!
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well at least you now know what to do if you ever feel inflammation setting in! )


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may I add some Enada NADH, 2x 7,5 mg's a day, even more if you need it up to 30 mg's a day under professional -ing , higher B-complex, magnesium, and perhaps add also some colostrum pur
for me its working amazingly, hope for you as well bonne chance
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Rochelle, also if by chance you are having adrenal problems, if you get up around 6 or 7 AM, it is really really important to be in bed around 10 and asleep before 11. If we are up around 11, our adrenals have to kick in for a second shift. Basically it winds up doing 2 shifts in 1 day, as opposed to 1 in 1 day, what it should be doing.
Re: blood pressure, take this test, lay down for 10 min, take your blood pressure while still lying down. Get up and immediately take it again. If it goes down, that is also a sign of adrenal fatigue.  Also, there is a test with a flashlight you can do. Will see if I can find that online, so I don't have to type it all, but if I can't find it, I will.  Basically what happens is your eyes should stay more contracted in daylight, but they can't, so light winds up bothering you. I am in adrenal failure and light bothering me is something that has been going on for a while. I drive w/ my visor down all the time. Just the sky 'bothers' me. Doesn't have to be sun in my eyes. Great book to get - "Adrenal Fatigue- The 21st Century Stress Syndrome".  The blood pressure test and the light test are both in there.



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