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JJR
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ABNoway do you have a first name, I feel funny typing that...

The iodine was helping me, but biotin is helping just as much. I was getting tired of being too down.


J.J. is my nick name.  I know, I know, it's goofy.  But that's what I'm called.  I'm a James and we have too many Jim's in our family.  My Great Grandpa use to call me J.J. and I started using it when I was about 25 or so, because I worked with my Dad, (Jim) and it was confusing because they would ask for "Jim" and we'd always have to say, "which one?" and half the time they didn't know.  So..  I gave myself a knickname.  It's my Initials.  James Jacob.

I don't believe I've ever had biotin.  Is that a B vitamin?


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I know a couple of JJs.  It's not weird.

You probably have Lyme disease.  I vote for a trip back to that ND you've seen before and ask specifically for LD testing.  They might not know to look for it otherwise. I think you and TJ and Daddy and several other people have it.  But then, to watch the documentary "Under Our Skin", it kind of leads you to think at least half the world has it.


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JJ, biotin is a B vitamin. It is found in swiss chard mostly. It is in other things but if you are like me and not the best at digesting than supplements can do a lot.

Lyme disease? Probably? Wow Ribbit that is some conclusion that I would not pin on him so fast.
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I've been listening to him complain longer than you have.  


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I've cut up plenty of deer without wearing gloves before I was sick.  And I used to be outdoors all the time.  I think the chances of me having it are pretty high.  I never used to worry about it.  I just don't know if knowing I had it would do anything at this point.  All the work I'm doing to get better.  And I'm certainly not going to take an antibiotic.  I suppose there might be some kind of homeopath therapy that would help.  

I will take your thoughts into consideration.  I always did think about going back to him (ND) to get hooked up to his machine and see what it read out lately.  I think the thing is amazing.


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In my experience, seeing a total of three different NDs over the years who used these bio-frequency machines (dozens of trips to them too--not just one or two), they're more accurate than muscle testing.


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In my experience, seeing a total of three different NDs over the years who used these bio-frequency machines (dozens of trips to them too--not just one or two), they're more accurate than muscle testing.

I don't doubt that they are more accurate, since there is no emotion or practitioner desire or health conditions that can be introduced into the machine...  All of these things can affect muscle testing...


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Joe, I think you're the first person I've ever heard admit that.


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Joe, I think you're the first person I've ever heard admit that.

My practitioner told me that she has to be doing well to be able to MRT accurately.  If her energy level is down due to illness, spinal misalignment, allergy reaction, etc., her testing will be off...  She has had to cancel a days appointments because she wasn't able to test accurately and her machine was not working.

I've seen the same thing when I'm testing myself or family, as well...


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those machinas are merely computerized    perhaps once upon the times we've to go for some *simple choices* the way we^re going to follow or going to give our
trust the thema here, I guess is merely called: ambivalence...


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You're not going to get any arguments from me either. It's an excellent point and I've never really thought about it.  

Funny thing is, the only thing I've been taking the last week is Cod liver oil, UBQH and silymarin from time to time.  The last time I was muscle tested, they were saying I needed more, but I don't really want it.  But she also said I felt very balanced when getting there, without any supplements. So...  I wouldn't trust the people I go to, if I didn't feel better when I did what they told me to do.  And also if they were telling me something that didn't line up with what I know.  Plus, I learn so much about foods from them and genetics and a lot of other aspects.  So, I haven't feel led to stop seeing them.  They do seem to have a knack for figuring out things that other doctor haven't.  And most of their info jives with what I read on here, and what not. Plus they did blood tests that no one else could or would.  Like the Detoxigenomic test and the IGg/IGe.  That one was particularly helpful for Jack.  Not as much me, but it did help.  It showed me a link to onions and my heart arrhythmia.  

  The ND I went to, didn't seem as knowledgeable, even though like you say, his machine may be more accurate than muscle testing.  I always did feel good after I went to him and he prescribed something.  But it's not like he told my I had lyme every time I saw him.  It just came up a couple of times in our sessions.

Anyways, you bring up some good points though and makes me think that maybe I should see him again, just to see what his thingy says.


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I don't know that she would have pegged me with the official name Lyme either, had I not brought it up.


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I sent you a message on facebook asking you if I did have lyme, what do I do?  Are you doing something in particular to treat it?  I really don't want to take antibiotics.  And I think it's best to catch it early on.  At least, that's what my Doctor's assistant told me.  But she did also say to her knowledge, biofilms are a good indication of having lymes.  And they believe I need the biofilms killer supplement they have, they just said I wasn't ready for it yet.  So, that may be one avenue to look into.  Maybe I'll be ready for it soon.  

I try not to be too worried about it all. In some ways I feel like I'm doing much better.  Like not needing all the supplements.  But, I also still have limited energy and stamina and strength.  And I'm still struggling to not lose weight.  I think part of that may be my lack of interest in grains right now.  But I don't know if it's something deeper.


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But she did also say to her knowledge, biofilms are a good indication of having lymes.  And they believe I need the biofilms killer supplement they have, they just said I wasn't ready for it yet.

DPN's Genoma Security is really good at gently stimulating the immune system to rid the body of biofilm...  I was really impressed with the results from it.  

Of course, there is the requisite healing crisis time as the body starts working to get the garbage out...  

It may be that you aren't ready for it, even though it is gentle...  This would be a call for either your or the practitioner's MRT...  


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johnnygas,

If I were an O like you, I would cut out every speck of wheat and I would use magnesium oil to help with peripheral neuropathy and heart.  I would see how that goes.  I would also have no dairy.  How is your blood sugar?  You can have peripheral neuropathy from high blood sugar.

When I cut out wheat, my mind cleared up.  I had a better sense of well-being.  Could help with the home situation.

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The blood tests are silly at best. Once it's gone past a certain point in time, it's not in your bloodstream anymore. It's in your tissues, in your joints, etc. That's why it's so helpful to have the biofeedback. Because that'll catch it no matter where it is, even if it's lying dormant, which it does (when we feel better)...before the bacteria reproduces again (which is when we feel like a dirty word).

I met a man at my chiropractor this past week with Lyme. He said he didn't get bit by a tick. He said he was cutting up a deer he'd shot and accidentally cut himself. He knows the deer blood got in the cut. It wasn't long after when he got very sick. He had to beg his doctors to run tests because they all said he was crazy. He believes he got it just from mixing blood. It made me think of you. Bacteria is icky stuff.



That's what I posted back to ABNW on Facebook.  Hope that helps.


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