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yaeli
Wednesday, July 24, 2013, 3:39am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Ok.. so I will take one 200mg Solgar North Atlantic Kelp Cap with each meal..   maybe that will stave off the acid indigestion and help heal my poor damaged gut.  
The Solgar capsules have 375 mg of weeds per capsule, which contains 200 mcg iodine per capsule.

200 mg of Fucus vesiculosus is the quantity per a Deflect O serving (2 capsules).



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ok so i need to take more????
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You might try eating a slice of apple before bed time.. it helps some with stomach acid.. Just a sclice.


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ok so i need to take more????
Hello BluesSinger, I really apologize that the info I was giving about the market source of Fucus vesiculosus (Bladderwrack) seaweed turned into messy disinformation.

This seaweed, which is recommended by Dr. D in one of his first books, was sold by Solgar in capsules until recently, and I've been taking it successfully during 7 years (!) as a rescue remedy whenever I had a GERD fit. These fits have been horrible, and this seasweed has been appeasing them in NO TIME. These fits had been even more horrible before I began blood type diet, and the minute I began BTD their number suddenly reduced aiming at zero.

Recently for some reason this particular seaweed has vanished from the market. But it is still contained in Dr. D's (DPN) Deflect O! Taken regularly at the recommended dosage, i.e., 2 capsules 3 times daily, Deflect O gives 600 mg Fucus vesiculosus daily.

This particular seaweed is not to be found anywhere else in the market - at least I don't know where.  

If you could consider start taking Deflect O regularly, it would take care not only of your GERD fits, but of your overall health, as this remedy which blocks lectins is vital to promote your gut healing and general health. This is by far more than two birds in one stone.  

Please read about it over here:
http://www.4yourtype.com/prodinfo.asp?number=BT004O





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Parasites can cause reflux too--


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Hello BluesSinger, I really apologize that the info I was giving about the market source of Fucus vesiculosus (Bladderwrack) seaweed turned into messy disinformation.

This seaweed, which is recommended by Dr. D in one of his first books, was sold by Solgar in capsules until recently, and I've been taking it successfully during 7 years (!) as a rescue remedy whenever I had a GERD fit. These fits have been horrible, and this seasweed has been appeasing them in NO TIME. These fits had been even more horrible before I began blood type diet, and the minute I began BTD their number suddenly reduced aiming at zero.

Recently for some reason this particular seaweed has vanished from the market. But it is still contained in Dr. D's (DPN) Deflect O! Taken regularly at the recommended dosage, i.e., 2 capsules 3 times daily, Deflect O gives 600 mg Fucus vesiculosus daily.

This particular seaweed is not to be found anywhere else in the market - at least I don't know where.  

If you could consider start taking Deflect O regularly, it would take care not only of your GERD fits, but of your overall health, as this remedy which blocks lectins is vital to promote your gut healing and general health. This is by far more than two birds in one stone.  

Please read about it over here:
http://www.4yourtype.com/prodinfo.asp?number=BT004O





Well it's too late!  I'm already taking the Solgar.  Will it do me harm?  it is Kelp????

Also Goldie!   I have done the apple routine and it's wonderful! Thanks for reminding me.  

Thanks all for the 60 day congrats... I"m moving forward toward 90!  Don't want to go  back to that awful state no matter what!

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Well it's too late!  I'm already taking the Solgar.  Will it do me harm?  it is Kelp????
It's kelp all right! I don't expect it will do you any harm. Above all, I do hope it helps!




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BluesSinger

I just wanted to echo others here by saying your journey has been inspiring! I've been a chronic reflux sufferer on and off for years.

This wonderful way of life fixed that problem with only occasional flare ups when I was  'naughty'. Since I got back from a holiday at home in Australia in December, however, it has been my constant painful companion (worst in the wee hours of the morning - meaning little sleep and lots of fatigue).

After one course of napalm antibiotics and PPI's for H.  Pylori, a permanent prescription for Lansoprazole (which I refused to take), a horridly invasive gastroscopy and biopsy, a further different antibiotic napalm assault for the still present H. Pylori, here I am. I've finally started getting relief by taking back my power. Here's my current regime:

One spoonful of 25+ Active Manuka Honey before breakfast
Ginger Root extract capsule, probiotic (5 billion bacteria), bladderwrack capsule, turmeric root capsule, licorice root capsule - all after breakfast
Two mastic gum capsules before bed

I'm not sure how the mastic capsules are rated, but all the others are diamonds or bennies on my Swami. As long as I stick to this protocol I am symptom free I'm delighted (and oh how much so) to say. I don't plan to take all these supps long-term as some are specifically targeted to obliterate the H. Pylori that I believe is still present. Some of this may not be quite so relevant to you, but I thought I'd share my experiences in case they help you or others. My thoughts are with you as you continue to conquer your challenges.

Yaeli, I get my Bladderwrack (550mg) capsules from HomeHerbs in the UK. I don't know if it's feasible for you to get them shipped to Israel or not, but here's the link: http://www.homeherbs.co.uk/SearchResults.asp?Search=Bladderwrack

All the best to you all

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Yaeli, I get my Bladderwrack (550mg) capsules from HomeHerbs in the UK. I don't know if it's feasible for you to get them shipped to Israel or not, but here's the link: http://www.homeherbs.co.uk/SearchResults.asp?Search=Bladderwrack
Thanks Andy, good news!  

I've just checked, they ship to Israel as well as to the USA  


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Thanks Andy, good news!  

I've just checked, they ship to Israel as well as to the USA  


You're very welcome, I'm always pleased to help!

Andy


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Serves me right!

I am so sorry.

Instead of chattering the way I did, I should have browsed the DPN store. It sits there quietly and doesn't shout: Here I am.

Here is Dr. D's Fucus Plus details
http://www.4yourtype.com/prodinfo.asp?number=NP007

All the info and explanations are in this article
http://www.4yourtype.com/fucus.asp




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Thanks Yaeli, I need to use up what I've got already first and then I need to consider my overall supplement plan. It's costing me a fortune. I know there's no price one can place on health, and I just need to rationalise it all and streamline. I really need to trim down to the best of the best in terms of supps.

All the best to you in Jerusalem. I hope you're having a superb week!

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Thank you  

Yes these are tremendous sums, a very significant chunk of my budget. I'm so happy I am alive and I pay it willingly. Not all of it goes to DPN, I also buy supps at Vitacost, at JHS Mushroom Science, at Herbal Provider, and sometimes at Dragon Herbs.

Yet it is very true, it's important to pay attention to what is truly necessary at the moment and not just to throw money in all directions.



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for indigestion, one slice of apple before bedtime should prevent acid reflux.. worth a try..


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Thanks Yaeli, we're definitely on the same page!

Goldie, thanks I'll give the apple a go. So far though, no reflux in about a week. Have another urea breath test for H. Pylori tomorrow afternoon. I think all my supps are helping and I've started taking 600mg of bladderwrack twice a day (instead of just after breakfast).

Thanks again everyone!

Andy


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Regular tap water can help too perhaps.  It has trace amounts of chlorine that kill off excess harmful bacterias and contains immune boosting organics (bacterial spores and other things) not found in over filtered water.  Also contains minerals that neutralize acid.  

The fresh tap soothes my stomach.  We have hard alkaline water here in south lousiana.

This is just my own theory and opinions.  

I have come to trust tap more than bottled water companies and all of these filters pushed out there.  Also, my fish i keep thrive in pure untreated tap we have here, even the more sensitive species that hail from very clean water sources.
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