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Leanne
Wednesday, May 7, 2014, 5:23pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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There's a ton of information out there. And so far nothing I've read interferes with BTD/GTD.
Books by Dr. Hulda Clark are very informative about the liver. This is her main concentration along with getting rid of parasites.
For adrenal function I've had to go to the Web.
http://www.drkaslow.com/html/adrenal_insufficiency.html

http://fit4godonline.com/healing-from-adrenal-fatigue/

http://www.healingnaturallybybee.com/articles/treat19.php

These sites are all good reading and don't try to sell you anything.


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Lin
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Leanne,
Many thanks for reading tips, I'll explore ...
Lin


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Leanne,
Dr. Kaslow's description covers so much of the things I have experienced it is amazing.
Will read the other stuff also.
This is a good reminder for me that this is probably something I will always need to work on.
Lin


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You're welcome.


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Leanne: The adrenals control 50-60 hormones. When the body is under stress they create Cortisol. If stress is continuous over a long period eventually it runs out, so to speak. The adrenals will begin to rob from other sources in order to create cortisol. One of the first signs of adrenal fatigue is going to be sugar issues, tiredness, hormonal imbalances, etc. To treat these problems is really only treating the symptoms. You need to check your adrenals or liver as the source and correct the problem. Once functioning properly your sugar, hormones, tiredness or whatever will straighten out on their own.


Well said!  I will share with someone in need to know..   


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Lin,
Just read your link re; hypoglycemia and adrenals
I thought I might be experiencing hypoglycemia as sometimes in the morning when I get up, before I eat or drink anything, my stomach feel so empty and I almost feel nausea. If I grab my teaspoonful of peanut butter or almond butter it goes away.
That article didn't mention my experience in the list of symptoms.  


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Perhaps something high fat and protein before you go to bed?
And not sure this would help you but it's worth a try...
Himalayan sea salt is an excellent source for minerals. Taking some first thing in the morning gives your adrenals a boost without having to work hard. As soon as you open your eyes the brain calls on the adrenals to create Cortisol to help you wake up. If your adrenals are fatigued it's hard on them to wake up AND try to keep your blood sugar levels where they belong.
Popping a piece of salt under your tongue and drinking a glass of water is like jump starting a low battery. They are electrolytes. Keep this right next to your bed and do before getting out of bed.
Anyhow, just a thought.


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all about h-t-a-axis ....


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Cajun,
I can relate to your comment about sometimes in a.m. "stomach feels so empty ", makes me desperate to get up and get a drink and/or food.
Would be interesting to note what we have eaten the night before when this happens.
I like Leanne's suggestion on Himalayan sea salt.  
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Many thanks, Leanne, Lin and Isa!


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