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Lisalea
Tuesday, April 17, 2007, 11:10pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Some important info on Inflammation folks  

It's VERY important to drink water 'cause dehydration increases inflammation !!!

These foods should be part of ur diet to reduce inflammation:
Always keeping in mind that they're compatible with our blood type  

Fish oils,  mackerel, swordfish and salmon, fllax seed oil, most nuts and seeds and of course extra virgin olive oil.

Green apples and pineapple.

Garlic and red onions.

Basil, cayenne, cinnamon, ginger, rosemary and turmeric.

Probiotics.

Barley, especially barley tea

and  

EXERCISE !!!  



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dandelion and horsetail as well as potassium, among other.


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dandelion and horsetail as well as potassium, among other.


Gracias Lola  


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I would take out swordfish way too high in heavy metals



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huh...Lisalea... why did you mentioned : exercise   .........I just took some MSM joint formula
that's enough...no
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huh...Lisalea... why did you mentioned : exercise   .........I just took some MSM joint formula
that's enough...no


Nobody like to exercise; however,  we SHOULD !!!  


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Quoted from ISA-MANUELA
huh...Lisalea... why did you mentioned : exercise   .........I just took some MSM joint formula
that's enough...no


roostersis...you are toooo funny...now get out and walk Baline.

Debra



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did ya see it... here it was again missi the General

haven't been this morning....only this afternoon and then mischder Balin seemed to be too tired.....he didn't wanted to go too far ..... what a pleasure for me .....


                                       
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eye-eye sööör

did ya see it... here it was again missi the General

haven't been this morning....only this afternoon and then mischder Balin seemed to be too tired.....he didn't wanted to go too far ..... what a pleasure for me .....  


That's 'Field Marshall' darlin'.  Remember...you gave me the 'title'.  blllaaaahhhh.    

Mikeo...wonderful addition to the green tea...yummilicious...thanks.  Now let's see if I sleep tonight.  

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good list Lisa


Oh thanks mikeo


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Quoted from ISA-MANUELA
only this afternoon and then mischder Balin seemed to be too tired.....he didn't wanted to go too far ..... what a pleasure for me .....


                                       

That's just his way of giving you more exercise...  He wants you to pull him...


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@ roostersis ....he-he-heee General is higher than fieldmarshall and btw... it is to be seen in *please understand me* (from Keirsey's)  na-naa-na-naa-na-naaa .......feel proud to have been climbed the ladder .......


omG.... for that....this little sweety is really to small  but it was in that direction, when I tried to make him go...he sat down like a muli looked at me....and nada mas stubborn maischddas' stubborn doggy ......
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I read somewhere that adrenal fatigue can be the reason for chronic inflammation in folks. I for one have chronic ear inflammation and have recently found out that my adrenals are in a sorry state.....there's a possible connection....
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As i've seen Lola state in previous threads, the BTD is in of itself anti-inflammatory.



"Let food be thy medicine"

Dr. D has said many times that it's not about what you don't eat but what you do eat that makes the difference.  "Quoted by Jane"
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Quoted from lola
dandelion and horsetail as well as potassium, among other.


Lola, is drinking dandelion root  as a tea OK?

Just wondering .....
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dandelion is  a super duper detoxer, fine for liver and tissue, to loose also waterretention and badies

for you, the O's a wunneful antiinflamm....hey but you arrrre burrrrning naturaly .....is stingingnettle tea .....
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Isa, thanks for the stinging nettle tip  

With dandelion is the root just as good as the plant healthwise?  

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the root is tougher for detox and against waterretention, just a bloodpurifyer as we said....but the plant is fine also in teaform to go against but much lesser toughy .....and it is super against urticaria because  it cuts down the lectinactivities and is
also related to cut down high bloodsugar


btw...I am just reading the book about immunology (newest from the teutonic orthomoleculars) and I must say, our doc is right with all his teachings wow...great just great.....they are explaining it a bit different, so I wrote a mail that they should add the wiki of the BTD to get better results   and of course much quicker results .D ......so nobody can say that his teachings aren't scientifique
in contrary, but the normal whitecoated, called MD's doesn't want to agree with this...so here lays the key.....as usual, what didn't came out of their feathers, won't be accepted... that means that they have to acknowledge that a simple changement of nutrition is much better and easier and less expensive than their chemical bombes and treatments without any results!!!

yeeeeehhhhaaaaaa guys and gals......that's it......!!!! BTW they explained also about the histaminintolerances and its interacting with tryptophan and other stuffs... ..yessssss thats'why I am that angry and getting even moooorrre angry about psychatrists who tryd to make us believe, especially, US....the royals, that we might be ga-ga....but instead of being ga-ga...this was or is still an intolerance of what so ever related with a higher putrecine or indole reaction
Jeminei...what a f...off science...huh ....a m a z i n g !!!  And this system is protegé by mostly all
governments of the word ...omG....it is even worse that I thought.......now I do understand much better why WE, the all kinds of natural healers have to be banned...it is about getting mighty and wealthy from those who want to ride the world

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shells,
Roasted Dandelion Root is one of my favorite teas.  The leaf and root do some of the same things and some different.  I like the root for its liver support properties, and it is also somewhat protective of breast tissue, helping to prevent lumps.



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somewhat protective of breast tissue, helping to prevent lumps.


How often should we drink it for that benefit ??
How often do u drink it,  if I may ask ?

I usually drink it for a few days whilst on my period ...
would I be better off drinking it a couple times per week instead ?
Thanks Victoria and I hope that u're well  


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I don't have a routine for dandelion tea.  I really like the taste, so I just drink it when I think of it.  Maybe a few times a week for a while and then I don't think of it for weeks.  If my digestion is ever sluggish, it is a good liver tonic, and gets things moving along very well.  



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I don't have a routine for dandelion tea.  I really like the taste, so I just drink it when I think of it.  Maybe a few times a week for a while and then I don't think of it for weeks.  If my digestion is ever sluggish, it is a good liver tonic, and gets things moving along very well.  


Thanks Victoria, sounds good


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You might be interested to read this post by Dr. D  which goes into quite some technical detail about immune response and complement.  I recommend trying to wade through all the links to The Individualist that Dr. provided in his answer.  It shows just how complex and inter-connected our immune response is.




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