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getting enough of affections would perhaps solve the problem as well .....


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Averno  How nice!

...... and I lost 2.5 pounds, nice also. in the nearly finished month.


Being here is invaluable, but not enough. We need ALL the Doctors. I needed them for a very small cancer spot-I could never feel!!! Please do your mammograms! Doing so saved me from cancer later on. I am grateful! Thanks for learning from my experience! I was lucky! I wish the same for YOU!

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I'm with you and the supplements Goldie! Some make a difference for three days then stop. Some one can't tell, some make it worse, who can ever really know? With all the money spent on full, half full, I'm done with most. I still take D and sometimes B complex and HCL for now. HCL seemed to diminish hunger in the begining but not so much anymore....I still think I need it as I know I have low acid. Oh, and transdermal mag. I haven't noticed any ill efffects from any of these but the rest are certainly questionable.

I know, detox right? Who's to know if it's detox or my system just doesn't like it? If it is detox, I'm tired of detoxing... (I feel great just eating my right foods without added supps )


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Ya know Goldie,

Funny story....If I'm really hungry between meals, I dip some celery in my mayo and it satisfies me much longer than anything else. Seems to be similar to your drinking oil but I get flavor and crunch, . Interesting


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(I feel great just eating my right foods without added supps )


Yes most often this is the case.. A few exception:

Ligaplex ll from Standard Process for Fibromialgia pain.  I took quit a bit more then what is on the box. I took it when pain came back.. I needed it. No bad effects.

Vit B 5 Pantothenic Acid.  For all cell-wall healing.. and fewer blisters/Herpes. for 500 the first bottle three hundred the second bottle, then 100 for all times or at least for stress times. This per Dr D.

Iodine patches for those who need it according to absorption through skin. For Thyroid function.

Armour Thyroid support, for thyroid when tired.

5HTP for hormone strengthening for one week then when needed once a week at first then once a month or less - for psychy when feeling loss of self. or for light depression.

Trehalose Complex from Dr D for depression, stemming from the need to clean stuff out of the body and brain.

That is all I wish to need although I added Magnesium cream for fibromialgia due to nerve anything from diabetes.  

And I bought Energy Equipment to help with fibromialgia Pain and deterioration.

And now the oil.. nut reading the book is a must to commit to a life time of doing it.. for my peace of mind about hunger.

So now you know.. and you did not even ask for it.

If all goes well this ought to be the last post as I still eat BTD?Swami foods and all is well.  I will heal from inside out and wish you all the same.

      







    


Being here is invaluable, but not enough. We need ALL the Doctors. I needed them for a very small cancer spot-I could never feel!!! Please do your mammograms! Doing so saved me from cancer later on. I am grateful! Thanks for learning from my experience! I was lucky! I wish the same for YOU!
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Goldieshatzala.. if you put off the L... in my name on page 4....so I'll be happy
and thweety... I highly recommend reading the book of M.Adams *illusions of diseases* all about I try to make understand since a while... as long we get identifyed with *I am this or that and I have this or that* it can't justamente not work..... the symptoms are real but the pic of the identification isn't !!!
You're on the right track about fear... who is the creator here
while changing the habits...you're going to change your matters......   

btw...complete of mine Averno.... no-one  has anything.... .... but we all are love...affection...patience...... the same second while being it in practising it... biiiiig difference .....


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I started this thread Febr 21 today is march 20 ... could it be that it took a full month and really learning all the different suggestions until I finally had a good bathroom day?  

I am going to copy this thread into my regular files and keep it for the next 10 years, so that I would remember all that I learned as I went on...  It is so easy to forget, but for now I am enjoying this way of eating.  I have a choice three times a day on what or when to eat.  I can choose the time of day I wish to eat, or have a food break and do Oil instead.  I can chose to eat early and do oil later, or opposite,  so nice.


Being here is invaluable, but not enough. We need ALL the Doctors. I needed them for a very small cancer spot-I could never feel!!! Please do your mammograms! Doing so saved me from cancer later on. I am grateful! Thanks for learning from my experience! I was lucky! I wish the same for YOU!
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Quoted from Goldie
I started this thread Febr 21 today is march 20 ... could it be that it took a full month and really learning all the different suggestions until I finally had a good bathroom day?

I'm really glad to see someone else acknowledge that healing takes time...  Most of the time, it takes a lot longer than we expect - and we often go through many things we didn't expect to, but it is great when we feel better...

I'm happy that you found a key to your health and relaxed mental state.


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I lost 6 pounds! in one month now,painless and satisfied.  I even have 3 bars of chocolate in the house, so much felt good that I forgot about them.... and again I had a good bathroom day.  Hallelujah...  after all the years of struggle...******  

ABJoe Thanks... love the support.

******** It is important to read the info available (first post)on the effect of the nose...
- as one could gain weight, if it was only about oil...  One needs to take the oil one hour away from any food on either side, for the rest of life!

I take the oil in place of looking for 'something', and I take it in place of snacks. It gives me freedom to choose when to eat my 3 regular food meals. I now eat with many different spices.  


Being here is invaluable, but not enough. We need ALL the Doctors. I needed them for a very small cancer spot-I could never feel!!! Please do your mammograms! Doing so saved me from cancer later on. I am grateful! Thanks for learning from my experience! I was lucky! I wish the same for YOU!
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if that works for your = great ...


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Quoted from Amazone I.
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btw...complete of mine Averno.... no-one  has anything.... .... but we all are love...affection...patience...... the same second while being it in practising it... biiiiig difference .....


Yes, and more to the point. Though sometimes we do need a little back-pinching in our "art theater"     


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I have had horrible issues with breakfast making me very hungry very shortly after eating. I tried everything, high fat, high protein, low carb etc. Awhile ago I do remember the best success I had was celery dipped in mayo, no protein and no carbs to speak of. For some reason that didn't seem right so I switched back to salmon/veggie salad and hunger was back. Yesterday I tried 1.5 t oil at 9 and wasn't hungry until 12:30. I cannot tell you how good not having that nawing hunger felt! I definatley have enough fat in my daily diet so it's not that. There is something with morning insulin that can make make people hungry after eating breakfast which is why some people do better waiting to eat. I'm toying between oil and fasting. I think I'll try fasting and if I get stuck,m have some oil. Fat is the least likely to raise insulin or blood sugar. I also had a pleasant morning in the bathroom. Not sure if it's connected but we shall see.


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Goldie- I'm glad you found something that works so well for you!


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Mother, i am doing fasting WITH the oil. Coconut oil is a bene for me, so i put a teaspoon of oil in my morning coffee. seems to help with the fasting. good luck! glad it is is working for you Goldie! congrats on dropping 6 lbs! i know how hard it is!
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Amyflood,
VERY good to know! So you just have one teaspoon of oil and don't eat until 3:30? Not eating surely helps me but I think the oil could help a ton. My husband says it helps him too. If he doesn't have time to eat, he just slams a little and it says it carries him awhile. How many times do you eat in your 5 hour window? I can't afford to lose weight so I will need to eat like 3x's, I'll just make then small I guess


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Wow, congrats Goldie on the 6lb weight loss!!!
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Ok so this is most imported.  this oil thing is a life time commitment.. if you start it is most necessary that one read the book and the theory behind it.  (When you stop taking the oil you might gain all the lost weight again..)

Adding oil can make you gain weight if you eat it with food.  The concept of eating it between meals and away from foods is key to dropping weight... in my case I eat relatively no snacks, or if I do I might forgo the next meal with oil.  I am trying to stay low to relative within reasons to 3 meals, and ... with the security of doing the oil I have trust that I will not be hungry or wanting... For the first time in my life I can wait one hour to oil and one hour after oil for thinking about food.

The tasteless theory is a functional thing and fundamental to this way of living.  Spices matter also...

If I will not be hungry, then I will do this oil thing for the rest of my life in the prescribed way of doing it.  I am lucky as I only do one teaspoon at a time, so I have plenty of oil options for late evening or when I get up at 4 am...

What is monumental in this is the 'loss' of hunger, - the security and trust in food in a good way - and that it is doable with any diet or life style.  There are no don't do this and don't do that.  Eat as you would what is good for you, and fit this 'break' in eating in to make you feel comfortable.  

For those who wish to gain weight, take the oil with food and you will gain ..

Those who have constipation issues I would say take the oil one teaspoon or two or three spoons.. or a tablespoon... a day for a full month and see what will happen, took me at least that long.

For those who wish to drop weight, choose the time in which you can afford to give up a snack or a meal and take the oil instead......

Yet for all who consider this: please read the book, do it justice, do it right, and follow through correctly.  It is easy, and in my Swami the oil is actually good for me and now I know why and how to take it to make the best of it.


Being here is invaluable, but not enough. We need ALL the Doctors. I needed them for a very small cancer spot-I could never feel!!! Please do your mammograms! Doing so saved me from cancer later on. I am grateful! Thanks for learning from my experience! I was lucky! I wish the same for YOU!

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Had never heard of this oil thing, just read the entire thread and I'm intreagued.

I struggle with weight loss at the moment; I will read the book to educate myself on whether I'd benefit by taking the oil in the prescribed way.


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For some who may need to adjust their oil intake, liken A's can do the same with sugar water.. again: please read the book..


Being here is invaluable, but not enough. We need ALL the Doctors. I needed them for a very small cancer spot-I could never feel!!! Please do your mammograms! Doing so saved me from cancer later on. I am grateful! Thanks for learning from my experience! I was lucky! I wish the same for YOU!
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The oil helped but 1tsp of grass fed butter REALLY helped. I guess that's my new breakfast!

Good job on the weight loss Goldie!


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1 tsp of grass fed butter REALLY helped.


Interesting...

How are you going to 'manage' to remember what to eat when?  It is a struggle for me to re-train 'me.


Being here is invaluable, but not enough. We need ALL the Doctors. I needed them for a very small cancer spot-I could never feel!!! Please do your mammograms! Doing so saved me from cancer later on. I am grateful! Thanks for learning from my experience! I was lucky! I wish the same for YOU!
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Goldie,

It's actually easier to figure out food. I get up around 7 and at 10 or 11 I have a tsp of butter, then between noon and 1 i have a salad with some protein and at 6 I have dinner. Sometimes I have a small snack, like an almond flour muffin or a few veggies and dip around 4. Then my food day is done until noon the next day. NEVER in a million years did I think I could go anywhere near that long without food but it's actually much easier if I don't eat breakfast. I'm not saying I don't get hungry but it's not that gnawing uncontrolable hungerFasting hunger is much easier to manage. How's it going for you? Some days harder than others?


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mother, i ate about 2.5 times after i break my fast in my 5 hour eating window. at 3:30 i have "breakfast" which is more like a lunch--some sort of stew with meat, veggies and quinoa and a banana. when i get home i have a small snack (a home made cookie or some nut chips) and then i have dinner, meat/fish with veggies and sometimes rice pasta. and then i have 2-3 home made cookies. i should really add more veggies, but right now this is what it is.
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Thanks Amyflood,
This is day 4 and skipping the butter. I don't think I'll eat until 12:30 or 1. It's getting easier but like you said, between 10 and 11 are more challenging, but I got through it today. I lost 3#'s in 3 days and really can't afford to lose any however...most importantly, I have lost it in my stomach (adipose) which is always the last to go. So that makes me happy. I think, especially for me, giving the digestion a break is great.How long do you plan on doing this and what benefits have you seen so far? I think I'll be doing this a long while as I now realize any BF makes me unbalanced. I never used to eat breakfast and now I remember why!My blood sugar is ideal this way too. I think as a whole, we eat way more food than our systems require which would be part of the reason so many people have digestive troubles


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