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skoriginal
Friday, August 24, 2007, 8:04pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Hi Don!  I did find three in my vicinity, so I plan to write to one this weekend to see about making an appointment.  Thank you again for all of your input!

Becky, thank you very much as well!  I know you are right about falling off the wagon.  Did you see the practitioner yesterday or is it next Thursday that you're going?  I hope it all goes (or went) well, and I look forward to any information that you received.   Very best wishes to you, too!

I hope each of you has a wonderful weekend!  I have my sister signing up for this forum to check out the information, too.    I went grocery shopping last night and have a refrigerator filled with healthy, appropriate BTD foods.  Lots of fruits and veggies.  Yeah!

All the very best, Stefani


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Lola
Friday, August 24, 2007, 10:08pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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great attitude!


''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
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skoriginal
Sunday, August 26, 2007, 3:35am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Thank you, Lola!  I feel really positive about making changes right now.  I've been drinking lemon water all day and had some fresh watermelon tonight.  I cut up a bunch of different veggies for some delicious salads over the next few days, too.  Hope you're enjoying your weekend!  All the very best, Stefani


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Lola
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you have it all planned out!
nice!


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Wonderful work Stefani!!  A little preparation makes eating better so much easier.  Also, I think I have put myself in a bit of a rut, so I need to do some refreshing myself.

I started a new thread about my visits to the practitioner so that we don't over-run your questions, and what other people had to say about them.  I could listen to these wonderful people all day long!  

If I  may ask, what prompted you to have your sister join the boards?  
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Becky
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Had yet another blood test done a week ago, I see my doctor next week to see the results.  This is the 4th test we have done, because each one comes back slightly higher than the last.

I am also going to get a referal to an immunologist.  Having difficultly with joint and bone pain.  Some will obviously be resolved by diet.  But I know from before, there is a lot of pain even after following the protocal to the letter.

God Bless Dr. D and the protocal.......it truely is the one thing that heals my body AND my mind!!
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Lola
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Becky, which of the health series books are you following, food wise? besides the protocols you mention.....


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At the moment, just the BTD and the arthritis (sp?)  book.  Working hard to get to the GTD.  
What I also need to make time for is the Encyclopedia again and look up a few things.

Oh if only there were 30 hours in a day!  
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