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JJR
Tuesday, September 20, 2011, 10:54pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Wow.  I can't imagine not having it.  Of course I still have all of my stuff.  Except I was born without my Left Major Pectoral muscle.  

Do you get cold easy also?  Is your heart rate slow or fast?  They say the thyroid does so much.  My Wife's grandmother had Hyper Thyroid and they did the ole radiation to it.  It killed it and she slowed down big time after that and gained a lot of weight.  Otherwise she was thin before all that.  But she was getting arrhythmia's when she was hyperthyroid.  I wonder if just some good supplementation wouldn't have helped.

So Joe, salt can cause Iodine deficiency?  I thought it actually helped it.  Hmmmm....


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Wow.  I can't imagine not having it.  Of course I still have all of my stuff.  Except I was born without my Left Major Pectoral muscle.  

Do you get cold easy also?  Is your heart rate slow or fast?  They say the thyroid does so much.  My Wife's grandmother had Hyper Thyroid and they did the ole radiation to it.  It killed it and she slowed down big time after that and gained a lot of weight.  Otherwise she was thin before all that.  But she was getting arrhythmia's when she was hyperthyroid.  I wonder if just some good supplementation wouldn't have helped.

So Joe, salt can cause Iodine deficiency?  I thought it actually helped it.  Hmmmm....


I get cold real easy. That's why I am glad I am back in the tropics and no longer in Holland. Way too cold there. I feel much better here in the warmth. Although come December I will probably be on my porch with a sweater on because I'm too cold (at 27 degrees Celcius). My heart beat is rather fast. And yes the thyroid does a lot. If not working correctly it can cause depression (been there, done that).

I for one hardly eat any salt, just every now and then. I do take iodine drops every other day. I notice I feel better when I do. But I do feel tired rather quickly. And that just doesn't seem to go away. I'm hoping it will get better when I loose a bit more weight.

The other day I went to my house doctor and said to him that it's a struggle for me every day, being tired a lot and so on... he just smiled at me as if he understood. He doesn't and the medical world can do nothing for me. I thank being alive today to this way of life. If I hadn't found it I would have been 300 pounds or more by now, deeply depressed and taking one drug after the other prescribed by doctors, making me only sicker.. or worse I would have been dead. With this way of life I will overcome this and I will get my total health back. It's not going to happen overnight, I am totally aware of that, just as long as I believe in myself and this diet, I will make it happen!

Thank you, Dr. D, you have no idea what an impact you had/have on my life.







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Sorry, did not mean to highjack the thread, that just blurted out.




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So Joe, salt can cause Iodine deficiency?  I thought it actually helped it.  Hmmmm....

This talks about iodized salt, and some reasons why we may be deficient in iodine:
http://www.iodine-resource.com/iodized-salt.html



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I get cold real easy. That's why I am glad I am back in the tropics and no longer in Holland. Way too cold there. I feel much better here in the warmth. Although come December I will probably be on my porch with a sweater on because I'm too cold (at 27 degrees Celcius). My heart beat is rather fast. And yes the thyroid does a lot. If not working correctly it can cause depression (been there, done that).

I for one hardly eat any salt, just every now and then. I do take iodine drops every other day. I notice I feel better when I do. But I do feel tired rather quickly. And that just doesn't seem to go away. I'm hoping it will get better when I loose a bit more weight.

The other day I went to my house doctor and said to him that it's a struggle for me every day, being tired a lot and so on... he just smiled at me as if he understood. He doesn't and the medical world can do nothing for me. I thank being alive today to this way of life. If I hadn't found it I would have been 300 pounds or more by now, deeply depressed and taking one drug after the other prescribed by doctors, making me only sicker.. or worse I would have been dead. With this way of life I will overcome this and I will get my total health back. It's not going to happen overnight, I am totally aware of that, just as long as I believe in myself and this diet, I will make it happen!

Thank you, Dr. D, you have no idea what an impact you had/have on my life.
Glad you're not dead!! Great testimonial!! Even if you consider it hijacking??!!
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Thank you Lin and ABJoe for your comments on muscle testing, I am keen to try this out  
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Try Green Tea Extract as a supplement. It warms me up! I take 2 Green Tea Extract Suppliments twice a day, I almost have to turn up the air conditioner when I use them!

It is a deep fire. Burning like an old steam furnace. My whole body is warm from the bones outward. It takes about a week for the effect to be noticed though.


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In the 50's Iodine solution was a first treatment for abrasions for its characteristics is as an antibiotic. The thyroid stores Iodine and can not function well without it. Total body Iodine levels can be diminished if as was previously mentioned the body has a greater concentration of: Chlorine/Chloride, Florine/Floride, or Bromine/Bromide in the tissues. If Iodine/Iodide is deficient, it is a lengthy process to displace the other Halogens. There are lab tests that can measure the amount of Halogen displacement that is occurring when Iodine is increased in the diet.



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Sorry, did not mean to highjack the thread, that just blurted out.


I apologize that I never said, "Don't worry about it".  About the hijacking.  I like hearing people's feelings and stories.  It always helps me.  

I came back in the check this thread again because I'm struggling again with low temp today.  

I probably need some eggs.  I haven't had them in a while.


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I know about applied Kinesiology, I have another book but it is packed right now can't give you the author.  But I have used the techinique to verify somethings, never worried about facing north.

It is different and it works AS LONG AS you have an open mind and are receptive, if not it does not.


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I've read a sluggish thyroid is a sign of needing to reset leptin.  It's an Internet theory for sure...... You might try eating fewer carbs some days and more others, maybe plan one day a week where you eat much more carb than you normally do, that is what I'm doing.  Last night was my big carb meal, I woke up totally refreshed earlier than normal this morning.  As for the temp thing I am going to pick up a thermometer.  My hair was falling out a lot years ago when I was in my chronic undereating phase & that has really turned around.

There is a whole thread about resetting leptin on Mark's Daily Apple....

The thread:
http://www.marksdailyapple.com/forum/thread32345.html

FAQ about the reset:
http://jackkruse.com/the-leptin-rx-faqs/

I am not actually doing the reset myself, just eating more one-two days a week.  
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That's an interesting theory.  I've been craving carbs lately.  I have some Basmati rice soaking right now for tonight!!


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Last night was my big carb meal, I woke up totally refreshed earlier than normal this morning.  


this would be the total opposite for me.   I remember years ago, before BTD, a friend and I went on a diet. We were allowed one day a month to pig out on starchy carbs. Ugggggh for the next day.  That being said, you didn't specify if your carbs were the good or bad kind. would you mind sharing that? if mine had been the good kind, back in the day, there would have prob been a different outcome. thanks for the links



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I have been taking 1 tablet of bio-identical T3 for the last 3 weeks. I have one more week to go then I can stop it. The thing I felt most was that I felt warm from the inside. My morning temperature used to be about 35.3 to 35.8 Celsius, now it is around 36.2-36.4 Celsius.
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