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Chloe
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PC stands for Trehalose Complex..    I would call Trehalose plain just that,

Yet I have not bought any yet.  I do not use a pound of sugar for my guest in two years, and I do not bake.  I eat near all sugar in Grapejuice or Pineapples, or here and there on apple.  Diabetes leaves me not much freedom with it. Lucky for me I have made the (sugar) adjustment to few carbs long ago, so sugar is near no issue.  Worse is bread when I go out to eat.. Have more temptations with that when hungry waiting for food.  

I might just go nutty and bring a slice of Ezekiel to toast.. they would do it, if i could even buy it some where.... yet we seem not to be safe with that any more (grains)...

Now Dr D also made something called Membrosia Complex, with Trehalose, Lecitin from Soy, Ribose (no mention of D-Ribose), Uridine, L-Glutamine..    


That's what I take (DH too)....the new membrosia complex combo...Can't say for sure that I notice anything
different from the formula I made in my own kitchen and took for about 2 years....using flax oil, lecithin, 2 uridine pills plus juice...This formula contains a mix of oils, and like you said, the powder contains all the other ingredients..But I'm getting far less uridine, far less lecithin than
I previously was.  And now tiny amounts of trehalose and ribose...but can't determine the effects
of either.

Will go back to the clinic in Feb...with DH and we both get another Bioimpedence test.  Will
see if we've made improvements in our phase angle.

Was a membrosia drink prescribed for you?

And are you drinking the grape juice?  Wondering if it affected your blood sugar.

I've brought my own rice pasta to restaurants to make for us...Also spelt English muffins
for DH I take to the diner when he wants to eat omelettes and requires toast to round out his meal....Most restaurants will accommodate your
dietary requests....although they usually will tell you that they can't sequester your food from
other food they keep in the kitchen.....that is assuming you've got some severe allergy,
are profoundly gluten intolerant and would be afraid of cross contamination...Generally, restaurants will toast, cook my food I bring from home, if I ask if they'd mind.  Places we
frequent don't mind at all.







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TC works.. the Membrain fluidzer I am not fond of.. I hate fish taste and it repeats on me..

I am drinking diluted grapejuice.. and I am not certain about anything.. for now.. this all takes time for me.. I have patience..

Then also B12 I am afraid of.. it is supposed to counteracting the diabetes Meds- Metformin-  but I am afraid to get hungry from 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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Goldie, somehow I have this feeling that I'd better tell you what I am telling myself all the time: Please switch the emphasis of your personal nutrition to vegetables. Focus on them and invest in them. Be generous with them. Money is not the issue here, investing time and imagination is. To talk about this a bit, tons of them are markedly sweet. Red bell pepper, carrots, sweet potatoes, organic long beet roots. Nutbutter squash. Some of the greens I find fascinating. Steamed swiss chard is so pleasant to put in the mouth, so smooth and soft, that I hardly remember eating it. The cruciferous are tougher, but fresh broccoli becomes soft enough when steamed, and drizzled with OO and squeezed lemon it becomes sheer delicatessen. With crushed garlic: shhhhh... too exciting. Be generous with fresh herbs. Just keep adding fresh parsley, whole/chopped, in every pot, sprinkle it on every piece of fish. They are the key to the desired good mood - nothing else is needed!!! This is not a secret, just a little switch is required and there you are.


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yaeli, what you're saying should apply to all of us.  Words of wisdom  


"The happiest people don't have the best of everything.....they know how to make the best of everything!"
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yaeli, what you're saying should apply to all of us.  Words of wisdom  
Thanks what can I say, the simplest of the basics... just so obvious that it sometimes evades us unawares...  


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After exercising a bit with vegetables, I may start to add some Winter spices, cinnamon, cloves.... They make the beet root water better the Gluehwein (spiced wine)  


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Goldie, somehow I have this feeling that I'd better tell you what I am telling myself all the time: Please switch the emphasis of your personal nutrition to vegetables. Focus on them and invest in them. Be generous with them. Money is not the issue here, investing time and imagination is. To talk about this a bit, tons of them are markedly sweet. Red bell pepper, carrots, sweet potatoes, organic long beet roots. Nutbutter squash. Some of the greens I find fascinating. Steamed swiss chard is so pleasant to put in the mouth, so smooth and soft, that I hardly remember eating it. The cruciferous are tougher, but fresh broccoli becomes soft enough when steamed, and drizzled with OO and squeezed lemon it becomes sheer delicatessen. With crushed garlic: shhhhh... too exciting. Be generous with fresh herbs. Just keep adding fresh parsley, whole/chopped, in every pot, sprinkle it on every piece of fish. They are the key to the desired good mood - nothing else is needed!!! This is not a secret, just a little switch is required and there you are.


Goldie, just as Yaeli has described, life is a celebration to be savored!  But as she's suggested, we need to forge adult-like relationships with food and eating.  Everyone comes late to this understanding, but only when we finally do will we discover that our habits and their consequences are entirely our choice.

I've battled depression my entire life. Only in the past few years have I been in a position to correct it at will because for me at least, there is always a nutritional component that pulls me down the rabbit hole, so to speak. Here is where the doubts, the fear, the sorrow have their way. But thanks to Dr.D., with this newfound knowledge, I go forward towards healing. Nutritionally. Emotionally.

What happens if I tell myself  "I deserve this donut", or "I can't give up this food", or "just every now and then..."?  My health is compromised and I suffer. So I don't, and I feel great about that.






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I hate fish taste and it repeats on me..

It repeats because your gut bacteria are not correct to digest it properly.  The way to deal with this is to take some per type probiotic with it and take some daily for several weeks.  This would solve the repeating and once the repeating was done, the body would probably realize that there was good it needs from the fish and your tastes would change to it being acceptable or even good.


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I am thinking, we are leading here polite, well-mannered conversations. We mean well, we mean to support. But this doesn't mean that the knowledge that Dr. D has been passing to us is some kind of option, like a buffet offered to us to choose from or reject at will or per transient moods/desires. I think it's important to understand, that this knowledge is the real thing, the true rules, the pillars that are going to help us to re-connect to health and life. This is the way I see BTD/GTD/SWAMI: the very choice to live.


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I am thinking, we are leading here polite, well-mannered conversations. We mean well, we mean to support. But this doesn't mean that the knowledge that Dr. D has been passing to us is some kind of option, like a buffet offered to us to choose from or reject at will or per transient moods/desires. I think it's important to understand, that this knowledge is the real thing, the true rules, the pillars that are going to help us to re-connect to health and life. This is the way I see BTD/GTD/SWAMI: the very choice to live.


......thank you yaeli for saying this.  It's something I've wished I could find the words to express.  
Eloquently spoken  .  Dr. D's  knowledge IS the real thing....



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I am thinking, we are leading here polite, well-mannered conversations. We mean well, we mean to support. But this doesn't mean that the knowledge that Dr. D has been passing to us is some kind of option, like a buffet offered to us to choose from or reject at will or per transient moods/desires. I think it's important to understand, that this knowledge is the real thing, the true rules, the pillars that are going to help us to re-connect to health and life. This is the way I see BTD/GTD/SWAMI: the very choice to live.

Well said.


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I am thinking, we are leading here polite, well-mannered conversations. We mean well, we mean to support. But this doesn't mean that the knowledge that Dr. D has been passing to us is some kind of option, like a buffet offered to us to choose from or reject at will or per transient moods/desires. I think it's important to understand, that this knowledge is the real thing, the true rules, the pillars that are going to help us to re-connect to health and life. This is the way I see BTD/GTD/SWAMI: the very choice to live.


                                                     Golden  

Goldie, you know you believe. Be the strong woman you know you are.



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    words to support and set one streight... YES I love them all and you..

I feel way better and now I need to do this:

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Goldie, somehow I have this feeling that I'd better tell you what I am telling myself all the time: Please switch the emphasis of your personal nutrition to vegetables. Focus on them and invest in them. Be generous with them. Money is not the issue here, investing time and imagination is. To talk about this a bit, tons of them are markedly sweet. Red bell pepper, carrots, sweet potatoes, organic long beet roots. Nutbutter squash. Some of the greens I find fascinating. Steamed swiss chard is so pleasant to put in the mouth, so smooth and soft, that I hardly remember eating it. The cruciferous are tougher, but fresh broccoli becomes soft enough when steamed, and drizzled with OO and squeezed lemon it becomes sheer delicatessen. With crushed garlic: shhhhh... too exciting. Be generous with fresh herbs. Just keep adding fresh parsley, whole/chopped, in every pot, sprinkle it on every piece of fish. They are the key to the desired good mood - nothing else is needed!!! This is not a secret, just a little switch is required and there you are.


Tnx..


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dear goldie, it's really a common thing when the holidays are just around the corner, especially christmas. i don't know you guys but i must say about myself that every christmas time i feel a sort of .....sadness and panic almost that i couldn't describe with words.
i think it is because i'm single from......centuries. anyway, be focused, breathe and check on the blog ..as you see you're not alone and, more than this, you are not the only one with this feelings.
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am i depressed? off and on, I've got plenty to be stressed about between finances and baby and yet also plenty to balance it out. i have plenty of friends who help me every way they can and family who help fill in the gaps along with a hubby who loves me. baby should be exciting but it is more a mixed bundle at the moment.
what do i do about it? I've had a couple of good frustrated cries after a few more wild angry vents. i'm so glad i am not as volatile as i was 10 years ago. i do a lot of introspection "why do i feel this way?" type stuff.
i drink extra coaco and make myself move. right now it is worst after dark because there just are not enouph lights in this house so i resort to funny/stupid movies to make me smile. the less sence the movie makes and the farther from reality the better. mostly i look for things to occupy my mind other than my problems. terry pratchett's disk world book seires (of which i have almost all of them) works every time and with well over forty of them to chose from one of them is bound to amuse.


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Yes, just acckonowledging the truth often helps..

I think I wore my bra to tight and it cut off all proper digestion.. Then I switched back to stick ons and all is better there also..

Movement is important.. cleaning house is important.. makes me feel more secure.. and secure feels good.




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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Yes, just acknowledging the truth often helps..
ALWAYS    


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Yes, just acckonowledging the truth often helps..



   “Watch your thoughts; they become words.
    Watch your words; they become actions.
    Watch your actions; they become habit.
    Watch your habits; they become character.
    Watch your character; it becomes your destiny.”

    -Lao Tzu



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