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No matter how often I say it.. DR D you saved my life!  I never get tired of saying it.  You also saved my sanity!

Had I only had the option of eating standard or flash diets I would be 200 pounds or more just as I was when I was first introduced to BTD.  I would be having big issues with my sister who simply has no clue how bad I felt, and had now knowledge on how to change.  The mental abuse would be intolerable.  (I have a family that runs, loves exercise and is skinny)..

The diet and especially Trehalose with D-Ribose made me much stronger mentally, and I no longer get affected by the mental abuses, from ignorant people.  I have at least the tools to ignore them or actually to fight back, making it abundantly clear that IF I could change as easy as 'they' think it is ... then I would long ago have made the adjustments..............

No matter my weaknesses, they come from my ignorance about so many things ... I have on idea that I have some learning deficiency, I might need some other way to HEAR what people say, or get it somehow, one sentence at a time form people who know.

Yesterday such a sentence was spoken by DR D.. "the muscles are affected by diabetes - the only thing that protects the muscles is a walk of 20 minutes 5 days a week. It takes somehow the right words to enter my mind.  I said I do not 'understand' diabetes.. well I do understand the sugar in the blood issue, but I have no clue on how to make adjustments, other than to torture me with less food, or fewer choices, and still feeling sluggish, miserable and tried, and most of all hopeless.

Diabetes is way more hopeless than cancer in the early stages.  Cancer is much easier to comprehend, it is either contained, or spread.. It has on end to it one way or another.. (sorry I do not wish to offend)  Diabetes is a sneaky issue, spread all over, attacking you from all sides and while there is nothing to make it go away, it is relentless and annoying, embarrassing and hopelessly entangled in all that life offers in old age.  It never ends!

My muscles feel the effect of my diabetes way more than my (removed) breast cancer ever did.  I get short of breath because of 'sickly' (weakend) muscles, I get pained when exercising, no matter how much good it might do me, the body aches are a constant reminder.  Sleep, is on issue as I need to wake and pee and my stomach muscles are totally not functioning since childhood from daily belly pain.  Today I no longer have them, but the body never forgets!  It and my stomach muscles remember the possibility of pain, stress and strain when using the belly muscles.  They used to just be there aggravating me and the world around me.  

The sentence from Dr D. 'EXplained my fat belly better than all other mention of fat belly I EVER heard!  Now I get it why even with lifting weights and walking 2 miles (not always but often enough to earn results, yet they are absent.. my belly is my weakness, fat, bulging, discouraging, and relentless/ life long.  NOW at least, I know why...

THANK you DR. Peter D.

I will look at muscle weakness and exercise results not as a 'strength of willpower' thing any more, but rather as THE symptom of my (self) experience of diabetes.  IT puts a whole new spin on life..

A Vortex that was spinning left to right, might get turned around and start to spin in the right to left fashion.  I have not processed the sentence by DR D fully (above) but I will munch on it, turn it over and learn to see my body differently. I am:  A walking 'symptom' picture for every time I slump, drop my head, fall asleep during the day, find reading difficult, experience lack of brain muscles to keep eyes open, or to retain what I read/and comprehend.  

The loss of interest in things because they became tooo difficult is only one early sign of onset of old age issues.   Becoming stiff and movement restricted, only makes muscles go rigid, affecting balance and willingness to move.. A vicious cycle, perpetuating the effects from diabetes.  Yet NOW I Know why all this is what is happening.  DR D cleared that up in his few words.  Wisdom!

Dr D is a marvel of so much.  I think he is wasted teaching his students.. to few, to young, to Dr. oriented.   I wish he would sit down every other day and create a video, a short one, on any subject, on world experience, for he is a SAGE that will only come to LIGHT after his best years are spent teaching one person at a time.  Dr. D. Please hear me.. I am able to listen to a few minutes on any topic, I can Hear better than all other means of conveighing info.. I am not worthy of much, yet to make you shine I would walk over mountains.  You saved my health, now I want to learn from you, what I will not ever get to 'hear' ... please speak up and leave a legacy of a Master!  Not a Zen master, not a btd Master, that was done already... but gut Wisdom, from the health coach for all of us who learned to be better of day by day when adhering to the suggestions of the BTD Geno books,     Dr D what else are you working on?  Give us hope.. let us in on it.

Dr. D. Is getting on in years, and those of us who have known him for twenty years, let us not forget to Honor him for all he knows and has imparted into our lives!  A visit with him is not measurable in gold, but in the counting of his gray or white hair.  I am sooo glad I was there, I learned and I learn every time I touch 'your' universe, when I come into the circle of your energy.  Bottle that energy in video lectures, let us in on your thoughts.  Make videos proprietary, use a pseudonym?, so that the attacks pass you by -to many are ignorant-       In the end I know that time ‘sharing’ is all my life is about.  It is why I type this post, it is why I come to see you, and it is because I HONOR the earth you walked on long ago.  Thanks Dr. D. your 'presence' gives my life value and meaning (called hope!)

Life and health can get better - every day.  Stick around Dr. D.  May the Universe protect you!  


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
No matter how often I say it.. DR D you saved my life!  I never get tired of saying it.  You also saved my sanity!

Had I only had the option of eating standard or flash diets I would be 200 pounds or more just as I was when I was first introduced to BTD.  I would be having big issues with my sister who simply has no clue how bad I felt, and had now knowledge on how to change.  The mental abuse would be intolerable.  (I have a family that runs, loves exercise and is skinny)..

The diet and especially Trehalose with D-Ribose made me much stronger mentally, and I no longer get affected by the mental abuses, from ignorant people.  I have at least the tools to ignore them or actually to fight back, making it abundantly clear that IF I could change as easy as 'they' think it is ... then I would long ago have made the adjustments..............

No matter my weaknesses, they come from my ignorance about so many things ... I have on idea that I have some learning deficiency, I might need some other way to HEAR what people say, or get it somehow, one sentence at a time form people who know.

Yesterday such a sentence was spoken by DR D.. "the muscles are affected by diabetes - the only thing that protects the muscles is a walk of 20 minutes 5 days a week. It takes somehow the right words to enter my mind.  I said I do not 'understand' diabetes.. well I do understand the sugar in the blood issue, but I have no clue on how to make adjustments, other than to torture me with less food, or fewer choices, and still feeling sluggish, miserable and tried, and most of all hopeless.

Diabetes is way more hopeless than cancer in the early stages.  Cancer is much easier to comprehend, it is either contained, or spread.. It has on end to it one way or another.. (sorry I do not wish to offend)  Diabetes is a sneaky issue, spread all over, attacking you from all sides and while there is nothing to make it go away, it is relentless and annoying, embarrassing and hopelessly entangled in all that life offers in old age.  It never ends!

My muscles feel the effect of my diabetes way more than my (removed) breast cancer ever did.  I get short of breath because of 'sickly' (weakend) muscles, I get pained when exercising, no matter how much good it might do me, the body aches are a constant reminder.  Sleep, is on issue as I need to wake and pee and my stomach muscles are totally not functioning since childhood from daily belly pain.  Today I no longer have them, but the body never forgets!  It and my stomach muscles remember the possibility of pain, stress and strain when using the belly muscles.  They used to just be there aggravating me and the world around me.  

The sentence from Dr D. 'EXplained my fat belly better than all other mention of fat belly I EVER heard!  Now I get it why even with lifting weights and walking 2 miles (not always but often enough to earn results, yet they are absent.. my belly is my weakness, fat, bulging, discouraging, and relentless/ life long.  NOW at least, I know why...

THANK you DR. Peter D.

I will look at muscle weakness and exercise results not as a 'strength of willpower' thing any more, but rather as THE symptom of my (self) experience of diabetes.  IT puts a whole new spin on life..

A Vortex that was spinning left to right, might get turned around and start to spin in the right to left fashion.  I have not processed the sentence by DR D fully (above) but I will munch on it, turn it over and learn to see my body differently. I am:  A walking 'symptom' picture for every time I slump, drop my head, fall asleep during the day, find reading difficult, experience lack of brain muscles to keep eyes open, or to retain what I read/and comprehend.  

The loss of interest in things because they became tooo difficult is only one early sign of onset of old age issues.   Becoming stiff and movement restricted, only makes muscles go rigid, affecting balance and willingness to move.. A vicious cycle, perpetuating the effects from diabetes.  Yet NOW I Know why all this is what is happening.  DR D cleared that up in his few words.  Wisdom!

Dr D is a marvel of so much.  I think he is wasted teaching his students.. to few, to young, to Dr. oriented.   I wish he would sit down every other day and create a video, a short one, on any subject, on world experience, for he is a SAGE that will only come to LIGHT after his best years are spent teaching one person at a time.  Dr. D. Please hear me.. I am able to listen to a few minutes on any topic, I can Hear better than all other means of conveighing info.. I am not worthy of much, yet to make you shine I would walk over mountains.  You saved my health, now I want to learn from you, what I will not ever get to 'hear' ... please speak up and leave a legacy of a Master!  Not a Zen master, not a btd Master, that was done already... but gut Wisdom, from the health coach for all of us who learned to be better of day by day when adhering to the suggestions of the BTD Geno books,     Dr D what else are you working on?  Give us hope.. let us in on it.

Dr. D. Is getting on in years, and those of us who have known him for twenty years, let us not forget to Honor him for all he knows and has imparted into our lives!  A visit with him is not measurable in gold, but in the counting of his gray or white hair.  I am sooo glad I was there, I learned and I learn every time I touch 'your' universe, when I come into the circle of your energy.  Bottle that energy in video lectures, let us in on your thoughts.  Make videos proprietary, use a pseudonym?, so that the attacks pass you by -to many are ignorant-       In the end I know that time ‘sharing’ is all my life is about.  It is why I type this post, it is why I come to see you, and it is because I HONOR the earth you walked on long ago.  Thanks Dr. D. your 'presence' gives my life value and meaning (called hope!)

Life and health can get better - every day.  Stick around Dr. D.  May the Universe protect you!  


oh Goldie here we go; what a gem! Thank you for putting it out here. I started taking holy basil yesterday but this is so valuable I have to copy and paste. Pure gold. Diabetics and pre diabetics take note!


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just to be sure.. one of the cures is Glycosia to start with.. green tea, and 20 min a day.. better than nothing and do-able.. thanks for your words..


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, so VERY well said....I'm in total agreement with all you've said  I too feel the same way about Dr. D's impact on my life...  My husband feels this way too.....Thanks so much for sharing!  I too will save your post...

PS...I just re-read your post again and wanted to add that I don't think Dr. D is wasted by teaching students, for if he doesn't do this, who will carry the torch decades from now and continue teaching others?  We don't want all this research and brilliance to end with only one person knowing so much....but I agree...I would love updates and audios/videos to learn more than I know....spoken in layperson's terms....more like a TED talk....lectures for all of us..... his followers....teach us things we're so hungry to learn.  I cannot understand a technical textbook....But when words have graphics, I remember so much more.  And like you, I'm always curious to learn
more!


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Goldie, that was beautiful.  One of these days I hope that I am privileged enough to finally meet him.  I've been around here since the mid 90s....one of these days!
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I just went to exercise, and for the first time in my life I had a real reason why I should like it.  I had lifted weight twenty years ago.. time flew by I had no clue.. other things where interrupting the benefits.. yet without the new knowledge I would do the movements robot like, hating every moment.. yet today I did the work willingly and felt the need to USE my muscles.  What a difference a day makes.

Jane save your money - someday maybe there is a moment to spend it (its costly) but by not buying all the sups offered else where, you might save enough to make the trip..

I wonder why not a student of his could be in touch with us here, would make them more patient oriented than any lecture...!!!!!   School is out (today) for this semester.. I wish all the students success!

Yes yes HE 'at the very least' must teach (for now 14 students at a time) .. I wish it was hundreds of students at a time.. But to do that his school and connected fund-raising would have to be receiving way more donations.  A dollar spent in the right place..  If he had received all the money I spent before I met him, he could have done so much more with it - instead 'I' saved many a dollar since being introduced to his BTD efforts.  Its time I gave back too..  pay it forward...    


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 just went to exercise, and for the first time in my life I had a real reason why I should like it.  I had lifted weight twenty years ago.. time flew by I had no clue.. other things where interrupting the benefits.. yet without the new knowledge I would do the movements robot like, hating every moment.. yet today I did the work willingly and felt the need to USE my muscles.  What a difference a day makes.


Good for you, Goldie....a great diet without exercise doesn't come close to a great diet with even a little exercise... and how awesome that you finally found a reason to like it!  That's what I'm starting to grasp as well...I feel so much better when I'm moving and proud of myself when I've
actually made time in my day TO exercise...Self motivation isn't always easy....but use it or lose it...and never too late to begin a new good habit!  You should feel very proud of yourself....



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Goldie..


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I'm happy for you Goldie!

And about Dr. D'Adamo .. I hear you and I must say that I am also blown away by what I see as his foresight, courage and brilliance.  He saved my life too and gave me the tools to rebuild my health to a degree that I never even had when I was young.  He has always been out there on the crest of the wave of understanding what it takes to be healthy (as an individual, with individual needs) in today's world.



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Goldie,
Great that you are exercising. I need to make a greater commitment to it.  I have been using the stepper and I have been playing golf which means a couple of miles walking plus pushing or usually pulling a fairly heavy cart.  

I know that a lot of my aches and pains come from a combination of old injuries, thyroid issues, ulcerative colitis and my age but I do feel so much better when I exercise regularly.  I've been down with a back issue for the past week.  Getting better and I hope to get to the golf course this weekend.

I used to feel so energized from the skiing - and then exhausted!
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Goldie is a scream in person, BTW.


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Hhaaaa with that kind of support I am on my way!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!   Thanks Dr D.

Yesterday I took my blood test (more or less for the first time with interest ) after any food I ate and every 10 minutes throughout the whole day.

My numbers are high, but they are my fault.  

Now I know why I had fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, hypoglycemia, and all sort of other diagnoses over the years.   I had a sugar episode at 19.. and I think THIS inheritance gene is way more involved than just at old age.  I am believing now that much of my suffering and hating exercise came from the pre-disposition of diabetes.

I believe now that we ought to look at what we learned here with much more 'concern' about what we are inheriting... its the genes that need looking forward to...

I inherited the cancer Gene .. well I got cancer late in my life.. Diabetes is my fathers gift.. and I pushed 'it' out for over ten years with BTD and then I got it.  

Yes we can make a difference YEARS before with UNDERstanding the effects is so much more than just the blood sugar in my blood, a sentence all people throw around- having no clue.  

Diabetes affects/attacks the muscles!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!   This is now my mantra to stay away from sweets.. I have a reason.. I have comprehension, I have the missing link!   I understand, the why, how come , and when...   Now with the sugar numbers tested all yesterday I get the message..

THANKS! Dr. D.   you have saved my health, my sanity, and now my comprehension as well!   My shoulders feel much lighter today.......... !!!


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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as cajun mentioned   

and please add or better said use Mycotherapy...Salvestroles and MAP as well ...

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My shoulders feel much lighter today.......... !!!

Aaaah, I can certainly understand that feeling!!! I'm so happy for you, Goldie!! We can't help but love people who help us soar!!


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Yup, I have found that there is no substitute for daily (or as close as you can get--at least, like Dr. D said to Goldie, five times per week for 20 minutes) exercise.  Without it, I'm up 15 lbs and alarmed (though it was 16 lbs, so at least I'm trending the right way).  I also don't have as much energy as I did when I was walking at least half an hour per day, and my mood is not stellar.  There are other factors going into all this right now for me as well (stress, changes in routine/diet), but the reduction in exercise frequency and consistency is the main one.  I think I'm getting back on better track now, but wow, just a few months of not exercising consistently like I was and what a difference.

Like the doc said, the ONLY way to protect those muscles is to exercise them.

I would just add for those on statins, also take CoQ10 to protect them from the ravages of statins on them (or, ideally, get off the statin, if there is an alternative way for you to accomplish whatever the statin is doing for you--check with your doctor, for sure, if you are on one, before stopping!).


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Good on you Goldie. I love your post, and am so pleased you're on track to work those muscles!

Hugs from sunny England.

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Amazone I.:  Where are you in Switzerland?  My daughter dances with AS Ballet NYC (American-Swiss Ballet) and just returned from a trip to Switzerland and France for a dance competition.  She flew into Zurich, but her school is in Bern.  She loves Switzerland.

With my dad being diabetic, Diabetes is always looming over me.  He didn't exercise like he should and he hasn't been able to walk for years.  This will not be me.  Nope. No way.  Exercise is a must, but, I agree, even 20 minutes walking daily is so much better than nothing at all.


FRESH START TODAY!!!

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from my other thread!

from Lola:

listen to Dr D  # 14

http://www.4yourtype.com/MEDIA_audio.asp#

Enormous    thanks for the link!.


I need to find the means to find out exactly how to take my supps.. have several questions  about when or how..and see about sugar numbers ....


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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Equi Pro...as showed up in my initials= K A N T O N    Z U E R I C H ....


some 10-12 Kilometers far from Zürich is my flat... but I'm working in dif. Clinics of ZH and hospitals ... I stopped my own praxis in 08 coz no-one wanted to listen truth ... therefore  was forced to get truth adapted to every day life here in Switzerland ...and now I'm the most demanded *exotic bird* in my areas ...swifting from private peeps into ...private praxis...clinics... oficcial clinics....  hospitals... I never would have seen this likewise... but people agreements changes every day .... ...


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...and now I'm the most demanded *exotic bird* in my areas ...swifting from private peeps into ...private praxis...clinics... oficcial clinics....  hospitals...


Is this your superpower?  Do you wear a costume?  

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I'm not *super woman* at all... but dearle don't mind.. I know who am I ... a super powerful BTD/GTDer...ness....chuckle... ...


Goldie once made a trip with me to a client....... she might sing her own chanson ....


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Goldie is a scream in person, BTW.


A chanteuse by any other name, right Goldie?  

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I can vouch   for her in all she said .... and for driving up, down steep hills, nor curve to tight nor distance to great.. A lovely lady with spunk!  If I go back there again we will have dinner or lunch that is for sure.  


LOl


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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always welcomed Goldie.... btw... I've changed my car...I can't run anymore...it's a little SUV so far too heavy to let go likewise ....


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