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Ellie
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Thank u debra. hope you are enjoying the summer.  actually pretty much all the other food on offer at this party was full of avoids, but i did my best!

Henriette, we have had a good lot of rain again the last few days - down in the south of England they have a drought, while we are apparently shipping our spare water to the Arabs! I hope you enjoy your home grown honey.


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I thought I would bump this back up before it disapears off the charts. I hope all my Buds are doing fine and that the newbies will join in.
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Thanks GCG

Could you tell be what you do about eating when you exercise????
... see my thread about exercise and B´s please

BTW welcome to all the new B´s around the forum


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I thought I replied on your thread. Anyway, I would eat something light like fruit about an hour before exercising and eat lunch after exercising. My yoga teacher specifically tells us not to eat within one hour of yoga class.
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Quoted from gulfcoastguy
I thought I replied on your thread. Anyway, I would eat something light like fruit about an hour before exercising and eat lunch after exercising. My yoga teacher specifically tells us not to eat within one hour of yoga class.


You did - I just posted a new thing that night
Thanks  I thing that is what I´ll do


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Hey you clever Bees!

I need some suggestions for some anti-depressant power-food for a B nonnie.

Hubby takes Efexor 75 mg for depression, and it helps him (and me ) a lot. But now with autumn approaching he is getting more tired and quiet. I don't want him to up the Efexor, so I thought maybe some B-power-foods would be good for him!

Suggestions?


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Is he taking B vitamins?  Also, you might do a little research into taking extra vitamin B6 besides the B-complex.
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how about licorice DGL'?
gingseng, Panax ginseng (Korean ginseng), Eleutherococcus senticosus (Siberian ginseng), Boerhaavia diffusa,

Bacopa ('Brahmi') is an Ayurvedic botanical, Lipoic acid, it s all in cortiguard, I believe.


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I am not up to speed on supplements but since you sad it is getting worse as fall approaches could it be SAD or Seasonal Affected Disorder? Where people get more depressed as the days get shorter? If so light therapy has been known to help. For general depression or anxiety exercise has been known to help. It seems to work best for me if it is outside or with other people. A yoga class seems ideal to me. Dogs also seem to help depression and you get the side benefit of walking them. If it doesn't get better maybe a psychiatrist though, one who doesn't just write prescriptions?
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Thanks for the advice, guys!

Yes, he has SAD. That's why it took us so long to discover the "real" depression, because we were used to him getting "down" in the winter. I used to feed him during the winter months with a supplement with Gelee Royale, Ginseng and Guarana, that seemed to do him good, but stopped one year when he said he didn't want to take the capsules because they didn't work. (That was the depression speaking, but what did I know..?! ) That winter and following spring his depression broke through in full force. Maybe I should start him up on those capsules again, hm?

To help with the SAD, he has a natural light lamp (or whatever the term is) he uses for 30 minutes a day in the winter months. For his birthday last winter I bought him an alarm-clock that wakes up with light instead of sound. Nifty!

He takes a regular multi-vitamin every day.

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Dogs also seem to help depression and you get the side benefit of walking them.


We have 2 big dogs. And YES, they're very beneficial!


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Hey there Bees! I have a little more time now.
I just posted a B-Blog for your reading pleasure.  I might actually receive your Comments too! Honorable Mention to PJD.


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Hi again fellow B's!
Today's blog is about Sardines.  I'd of course be thrilled to learn of your own ways of enjoying our "Beneficial"...
Otherwise: How are y'all doin'?  


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you can make a great spread using ghee or butter and sardines!
it s called 'sardellenbutter' in Austria.......very popular over there!


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Sorry Sardines - just not something for this B!
I LOVE food and I like trying new things- but I have tried sardines and mackerel etc and I just can´t stand the fishy taste.
I only like fish that taste very clean and fresh-
even salmon I am very choosy about- I prefer it smoked or marinated- not cooked.


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Do you realize that in less than a month this thread will be a year old? We didn't even have to have it made into a sticky! Of course it would be even older if they had let us keep the original thread going. As far as B BTD I've been eating on a goat shoulder cooked in the crockpot for the last couple of days. They opened a saturday farmer's market in my town. I have found fresh free range eggs, okra, greens, sweet potatoes, goat meat, and the goat meat lady said that next week she would have goat cheese if I get there before she is sold out.
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Wow - 1 years birthsday

Goat- it is far more yummi than people realise- first time I had it it was smoked and cut in thin slices- I couldn´t believe it was goat.
Sounds good with such a market . I miss than kind of markets- silly as it is - I live in the countryside- and we do not have markets- when I lived in Aarhus ( second largest city in denmark) there was a lovely market  - but here I have to ask the farmer if he will sell me stuff.
I just had a dessert: yummi sheeps yoghurt with raspberries from the garden and my last blueberries and homemade honney - what can one ask for more ?


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Guess what?

I started "B & Individuality" on March 5, 2005, so the Thread is, indeed, quite a bit older than 1 year.  Administration decided to start "part II" of it a number of months later.

B's have staying power, folks. And we also need to get away from the Hoi Polloi and have our little place, APART. Which is why there'll always be a place to be B...



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very interesting blog!
thanks for the heads up on tea tree! )


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I progressed a little bit today.  I had some goat yogurt for the first time.  Not bad!  Not bad at all!  I feel all kind of fresh and new, now.  Wu hoo!  
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Well Ihad to miss out on the farmers market with the fresh goat and goat cheese, free range eggs, greens etc last saturday. I spent all day waiting in vain for Lowe's noservice to deliver my washing machine. Had a bit of a problem yesterday with my hip aching where the femur attaches to the hip but some ibuprofen and yoga seems to have helped that. Still wondering what happened to some of the Bees like U2Dan. Charlie Daniels is putting on a free concert on the Pascagoula beach friday so the comingweekend will be off to a flying start.
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I, also, have been wondering where U2Dan is.  He was such an upbeat B, which I think is one of our traits.  
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New Blog on the Whoops! tomato...


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Well tomatos are the one advantage of being a nonnie and I'm sticking with them. For now anyway. Nearly time to close my eyes and give out mass produced chocolate to the little monsters. At least it doesn't have corn syrup....I think!
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Ah, Kids-'n-Kidfood, gcg: Where the Rubber Meets the Road.  


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Good blog sante
Well a few days ago I had a pizza with tomato - not bad enjoyed every bit.
BUT yesterday I made some chocolate fudge for my daughter ( we have just got autumnholiday- special treat)
my mum had gotten me some eggwhite/sugar mixture - and I used this and all the rest was at least neutral I thought!§!!!
After the first 2 pieces- I felt stoned- well drunk -like I had had 2 bottles of wine or?- my heart was racing and after that I just tired headache - I was really surpriced- normally I do not have a problem with sugar. I looked again at the eggwhite /sugar thing- took the danish translation of and the american ingredienslist said cornsugar/sirup and eggwhites §!!!! got really angry felt cheated- ONE thing that I never give in at is cornsugar/sirup and oil- they are worse than anything for me- even worse than cornflour and corn on the cob !

Cornsugar and sirup is NORMALLY not much around in Denmark- we produce more than enough sugar beets no need to use cheap sugar like corn ! BOY I am so  

Well I am going to spend the next days enjoying my break- cleaning up the garden- it is still pretty hot and sunny- but the frost will be around any day - read nice books - cook some special food and just relax- I need that.
BUT the fudge well Emma and her friends can eat it- I know it is bad for her as ell- but It does not freak her out like me.l


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