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Wednesday, April 3, 2013, 10:13pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Might search magnesium and post there.
I still think there is a lot to nutritional deficiency since most don't eat RDA and soil was reported severely depleted back in the 1930s. Seems like a bigger issue even if you have been depleted for a long while, you have to make it up while meeting current needs. Involved in thousands of enzyme reactions.  

I wonder if what was pointed to in the article is an epigentic change based on diet... or drugs?!?
http://drcarolyndean.com/2013/03/magnesium-is-not-dangerous/

Checking out  the reMag from Dr. Dean soon. Her books are great.
My mag level dropped recently (in the blood, and when it shows there, it's pulling from tissue), but I had gotten my Vitamin D level up. Also started with occasional pain in chest and palpatations. Also detoxing mercury. Merc interferes with mag and enzyme reactions can be wacked out. Hmmm...


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Here is an article that says you can raise Vitamin D levels by eating mushrooms instead of taking supplements.

http://www.medpagetoday.com/Endocrinology/GeneralEndocrinology/38605?utm_content=


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Here's an article that says you can raise your D3 with the proper probiotic.  Rather than
take more D3, which clearly unbalances magnesium levels, it's probably worth trying to get more good bacteria.

http://medicalxpress.com/news/2013-06-probiotic-lactobacillus-reuteri-ncimb-significantly.html

And here's a specific product with this strain.  And it lowers LDL cholesterol for those who
are interested.

http://www.mycardioviva.com


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25-hydroxyvitamin D levels by 25.5 percent in hypercholesterolemic adults over the nine-week intervention.


Quote from article.


I took the 25-hydroxyvitamin d prescription for eight weeks when my vit d was low and it was the best thing I have taken. I noticed how it helped with my digestion, skin health, muscle/joint ache, energy level, and overall health. I would have loved to have taken it another eight weeks but since my level came up they would not prescribe me another dosage.

I started taking a 2,000 iu morning and evening.

Thanks Chloe for sharing the article. I haven't found a good probiotic that I am able to tolerate but maybe if taken with the vit d I may have better results.
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Quoted from Chloe
Here's an article that says you can raise your D3 with the proper probiotic.  Rather than
take more D3, which clearly unbalances magnesium levels, it's probably worth trying to get more good bacteria.

http://medicalxpress.com/news/2013-06-probiotic-lactobacillus-reuteri-ncimb-significantly.html

And here's a specific product with this strain.  And it lowers LDL cholesterol for those who
are interested.

http://www.mycardioviva.com

Dr. D.'s Polyflora A contains Lactobacillus reuteri so what I'm wondering is what does this NCIMB 30242 have to do with anything. I suppose someone would have to pose that question on Facebook to get any sort of reply. I get so weary of wondering about this sort of thing............ I suppose we all need several degrees and a lab to really get where we want to be.
I am taking four of the Polyflora A per day so maybe that cancels out any importance of the puzzling NCIMB 30242!
     National Collection of Industrial Food and Marine Bacteria (UK)
Okay.........
NCIMB. (n.d.) TheFreeDictionary.com. (2015). Retrieved April 9 2015 from http://acronyms.thefreedictionary.com/NCIMB


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Walmart certainly has the best price for Cardioviva!


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Quoted from Spring

Dr. D.'s Polyflora A contains Lactobacillus reuteri so what I'm wondering is what does this NCIMB 30242 have to do with anything. I suppose someone would have to pose that question on Facebook to get any sort of reply. I get so weary of wondering about this sort of thing............ I suppose we all need several degrees and a lab to really get where we want to be.
I am taking four of the Polyflora A per day so maybe that cancels out any importance of the puzzling NCIMB 30242!
     National Collection of Industrial Food and Marine Bacteria (UK)
Okay.........
NCIMB. (n.d.) TheFreeDictionary.com. (2015). Retrieved April 9 2015 from http://acronyms.thefreedictionary.com/NCIMB


This is probably a particular strain of reuteri and I take 4 Polyflora A per day also...My D3 is
high and not sure if this is THE pbx strain they're speaking about or some other strain that
we're getting.  Would like to learn more too.



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This is probably a particular strain of reuteri and I take 4 Polyflora A per day also...My D3 is
high and not sure if this is THE pbx strain they're speaking about or some other strain that
we're getting.  Would like to learn more too.

I found this but need to do more research.
http://www.biogaia.com/history-lactobacillus-reuteri






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Quoted from Spring

Dr. D.'s Polyflora A contains Lactobacillus reuteri so what I'm wondering is what does this NCIMB 30242 have to do with anything.

This is a specific strain of bacteria that a company has documented, grown and made commercially available for testing, etc., and then for market once they have adequate history of this specific strain.  It doesn't mean that there is anything special about this strain...

Of course, I don't know how many strains of L. reuteri there are...


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Maybe I will just buy some of this stuff from Walmart and see what happens at my next physical since we have no way of knowing what is what about this reuteri ..... I am sick to death of worrying about Vitamin D levels. This nation is in an epidemic of sorry bones subject to breakage, and we need help already!


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Posted by: Spring Date Posted: Friday, April 10, 2015, 3:59pm

Maybe I will just buy some of this stuff from Walmart and see what happens at my next physical since we have no way of knowing what is what about this reuteri ..... I am sick to death of worrying about Vitamin D levels. This nation is in an epidemic of sorry bones subject to breakage, and we need help already!


The reason so many people are vit d deficient is because we now have more inside jobs vs back in the day more people worked outside. Also when we are outside we lather up in sunscreen which prevents us from getting the uv rays from the sun. I just recently read we should get between 10-20 minutes between 10:00-2:00 pm of direct sunlight with no sunscreen. If we get enough sun during the summer it will store in our bodies to get us thru the winters.
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Anybody taking Supplemental vitamin D should also take vitamin K.  That helps direct the newly absorbable calcium into the bones rather than it going to  the kidneys or other soft tissues.  

Also, anybody with a deficiency should see an endocrinologist, they are the only doctors that thoroughly understand it, in my experience.


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I take a lot of Vitamin D, MK-7 Vitamin K-2, I don't wear much sun screen, I work in our yard at least 5-10 hours per week and sometimes more.  Year round. For years. And, Melissa, I'm sure you are right about most doctors, and their "knowledge" about this problem. It doesn't exist!  


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If we get enough sun during the summer it will store in our bodies to get us thru the winters.


your vit D levels can drop by 50 Nmol/ml every 2 weeks if you are of a sight build, so even a good summer sin't going to last that long.  they may keep you alive but they won't keep you mentally sharp or healthy.

so if you have the amount of vit d in your blood that a life guard would have (about 150 it would drop by 50 after 2 weeks after October in the uk for example. that would take you into the range were levels begin to show up higher health issues. after that it drops slower but if you drop it to 50 and your in all sorts of trouble, depression....... so be wary of were you are getting your advice from.


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