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Golfzilla
Monday, February 1, 2010, 2:52pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Golf, antibiotics are effective against bacterial infections, but are useless against viruses.  

Glad you got a good Dr. who will treat your choices with respect!  That's worth a lot!  


It really is V, I feel so much better this morning. I have not been able to sleep laying down in bed for over a week due to the cough... Last night was the first night I actually slept in bed this whole time. Only one more day on the anti's and I have doulbled my Polyflora. Nice to feel human again




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Indeed Lola, I've been on them since my transition to the BTD lifestyle




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Golf......get off the Lipitor!!!  Poison, Poison!!  The side effects are nasty - muscle and joint aches, weakness.  May day - may day!  We told you before - get some Krill Oil and take care of yourself naturally.  And follow your Hunter diet, of course  

Another thought to stir the pot (and it WILL) is that I currently have a bladder infection.  Went to my chiropractor, who practices DNFT (directional non-force technique) and does not "crack".  He did specific checking on my spine to the bladder area and it was out of alignment.  A little correction, and four hours later I feel better already...

Let the contradictory, horrified...or...maybe some "yep I get it" comments begin.......


I'm a big believer in chiro but am not familiar with DNFT I will be off lipitor this week, just waiting for my chemistry results to see how agressive I need to be with the natural alternatives. Where does one get Krill Oil and what is it's source




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Gz niacin never ever is toxic... but merely up from a certain amount; it might create flashes... and it's used also against shizophrenia in highest amounts...

btw thanx for the laughter about your fantasies ....
if you take enough from all the B-vits you wont' need any lipitor.... this is for sure... to cut off nexium... fine too... but the very best is paxil... man(n) i don't think you reay needed it btw... ther's something interesting to read here :www.prozactruth.com   this is an organisation which helps troubled peeps to tapper off all kind of such drugs and they explain expressis verbis what's about the true issues about SSRI's and other drugs..... ...

And if you are obliged to go for such remedies called *anti-biotics* so far and well I'd like to see you in taking *pro-biotics* ..... of course not after the treatment but during intake of junk ...

and what else ... ok wish you a quick recovery, my sneezing is nearly gone...
monday up to the exploring hunt for some fresh mountaintea....


Thanks Isa, hope you had a great weekend! I will read the website you provide this evening. I have already stopped taking Nexium and am taking NAP's Gastro D. Lipitor will cease this weekend and then I will tackle the Paxil...

Hope you are 100% real soon




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Many blessings for your continued healing, Golf!  The transitions are always the worst in my opinion.  You are smack in the middle of a big dietary, supplement, lifestyle transition, so patience is going to be an asset.     Do you have lots of patience?  



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Many blessings for your continued healing, Golf!  The transitions are always the worst in my opinion.  You are smack in the middle of a big dietary, supplement, lifestyle transition, so patience is going to be an asset.     Do you have lots of patience?  


Thank you so much V! As an individual I am someone who likes to effect change and see results, be it in my personal of professional life. However I am committed to achieving great healthier and getting off these meds!

I have been on NAPS Gastro D Complex and I stopped taking the Nexium week before last. So there is one down with no issues of yet... This week is the Lipitor, I do however want to see the results of my blood chemistry to gain an understanding of how aggressive I will need to supplement with natural remedies. Then I will tackle the Paxil




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I have a feeling that your digestive issues will greatly improve without the need for chemical help, just by eating foods that are compatible with your own body.  I'm pulling for you, my friend.

When will you know what your lipid panel is?



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I have a feeling that your digestive issues will greatly improve without the need for chemical help, just by eating foods that are compatible with your own body.  I'm pulling for you, my friend.

When will you know what your lipid panel is?


I had my blood drawn last Friday consequently I will know this weekbut they said it might take a couple of extra days due to the extra tests I requested. I am anxious to see the results but am trying to be patient




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Let us know.  I'm sure you'll have lots of noses poking around your lab results!  



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Let us know.  I'm sure you'll have lots of noses poking around your lab results!  


Oh, will do. And I would be thrilled with any input! I wish they would email them but due to privacy, blah, blah, blah................




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I'm a big believer in chiro but am not familiar with DNFT I will be off lipitor this week, just waiting for my chemistry results to see how agressive I need to be with the natural alternatives. Where does one get Krill Oil and what is it's source
Umm krill!! Seriously its those tiny fish that whales feed on... But watch you get a brand that doesn't sneak in some fish oils as well...Which are fine but if you are paying for krill (its way more expensive ) you wanna get krill...
The great thing about this as a source for omega 3 & 6, is that it is a lot purer being the first link in the food chain rather than much further down the line...
Glad you are getting to the stage where you are feeling better!!
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Umm krill!! Seriously its those tiny fish that whales feed on... But watch you get a brand that doesn't sneak in some fish oils as well...Which are fine but if you are paying for krill (its way more expensive ) you wanna get krill...
The great thing about this as a source for omega 3 & 6, is that it is a lot purer being the first link in the food chain rather than much further down the line...
Glad you are getting to the stage where you are feeling better!!


Thanks Possum, hope you had a great weekend!




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Thanks!! And you??!!
Yeah I did - went to the ACDC concert.... This coming weekend its the 7's (soccer) so we are in party mode...
Not that I drink at all or indulge in non complaint food, but there was some nice lamb & salad there which I hadn't had to prepare...& we were both good at avoiding the tempting looking desserts....
I always say to myself "5 minutes on your lips; the rest of the time on your hips" However I also know that it will most likely end up on my face!!
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I get my Krill Oil from - GASP! - Mercola.com.  Mercola is not a good word around here (check out another thread on him), but his Krill is quality and it does a great job in lowering cholesterol....has mine, anyway    Krill Oil has been proven to be a better source of the omega's than "fish oil" as well as not have a heavy or "repeat" fishy taste.  It's cold-pressed and mercury free (important!).  

My chiro did a patient test with willing participants....gave them Krill for one month and then had them recheck their cholesterol.  Amazing results and those on Lipitor went off and never had a problem as long as they stayed on the Krill.  

Good luck, Golf~!


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and again!
to each BT/GT their own type of oil supplement.

the GT sups differentiate each beautifully.

not to mention his proprietary blend used in exakta and the multis


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Thanks!! And you??!!
Yeah I did - went to the ACDC concert.... This coming weekend its the 7's (soccer) so we are in party mode...
Not that I drink at all or indulge in non complaint food, but there was some nice lamb & salad there which I hadn't had to prepare...& we were both good at avoiding the tempting looking desserts....
I always say to myself "5 minutes on your lips; the rest of the time on your hips" However I also know that it will most likely end up on my face!!


Possum, you do rock! Wow sounds like you had a great weekend! We played golf and relaxed which was really nice for a change




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I get my Krill Oil from - GASP! - Mercola.com.  Mercola is not a good word around here (check out another thread on him), but his Krill is quality and it does a great job in lowering cholesterol....has mine, anyway    Krill Oil has been proven to be a better source of the omega's than "fish oil" as well as not have a heavy or "repeat" fishy taste.  It's cold-pressed and mercury free (important!).  

My chiro did a patient test with willing participants....gave them Krill for one month and then had them recheck their cholesterol.  Amazing results and those on Lipitor went off and never had a problem as long as they stayed on the Krill.  

Good luck, Golf~!


Thanks for the feedback! So glad to hear of your results with it




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Possum, you do rock! Wow sounds like you had a great weekend! We played golf and relaxed which was really nice for a change
Oh shucks,... Thanks   Glad you had a good weekend


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haaa isn't that amazing to get peeps away from alloapthic *bon-bon's* .... I hope for the futur that people get more and more aware about the so called *needs for*.... all about pharma buzz...

have a great day you all  


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Niacinamide shows some toxicity with long term use, not niacin.

But an open attitude should allow for a few technical glitches!


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Golfzilla...wow...didn't realize you were on so many medications.   Am so pulling for you guy.  Good luck.      (((((Big hugs)))))

Debra


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Golfzilla...wow...didn't realize you were on so many medications.   Am so pulling for you guy.  Good luck.      (((((Big hugs)))))

Debra


Morning D+! Thanks, of course everything is realtive but in my opinion I can do this. I'm already off Nexium, I am awaiting my blood chemistry results and should be off Lipitor this week. I will next tackle the Paxil.

I believe in Dr D, the science behind this process; and with support from all of you in time it will allow me to heal and get off these meds. This is not a weight loss issue for me, I Iost weight before I began the blood type diet. Perhaps I will adjust a few more pounds but my vision and belief from me beginning the BTD in Late Oct '09 was in my opinion THE way for me to get off the meds and begin a process of healing and a healthier lifestyle. Simple, case closed




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Definitely GZ.  I glad you decided to go this route.  In my opinion you went about it in the correct fashion.  Consulted your dr & tackled it 1 @ a time.  It's good that you got rid of the "easiest" but very important 1 1st.  Yep good ole stomach acid is a must for digestion, if it wasn't so we would not be born w/ so much of it.  How come it was good for us when we were younger & all of a sudden (middle age) western docs say it's not?  Think about it.
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