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ABJoe
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This is like a lightening of the fog - not just mentally, but physically, too.  At this point, it comes and goes, but steadily is increasing over the weeks.  And I'm seeing some lightening of 'age spots'.

I am sensing a similar response with the fog lessening.  It is definitely come and go with me t this point, but I'm happy to see any benefit.  
It also seems like some "suntan residue" dark spot areas on one side of my neck is lightening.
I also had two fatty deposits that were very sore last weekend and ended up looking very bruised.  I think the body is assimilating them.  
The body must be happy with the Trehalose Complex, as I just had to bring my dosage up from 1 teaspoon per day to 2...

I'm pretty happy with this product!



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I am sensing a similar response with the fog lessening.  It is definitely come and go with me t this point, but I'm happy to see any benefit.  
It also seems like some "suntan residue" dark spot areas on one side of my neck is lightening.
I also had two fatty deposits that were very sore last weekend and ended up looking very bruised.  I think the body is assimilating them.  
The body must be happy with the Trehalose Complex, as I just had to bring my dosage up from 1 teaspoon per day to 2...

I'm pretty happy with this product!


I think I may gradually go up to 1 T. once a day and see how that works for me. Right now I take 1 teas. in the AM and 1 teas. during the afternoon. That is exciting about the fatty deposits!  Mine haven't turned blue, but they are getting softer.

I'm pretty happy with everything about this product so far too!!


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I have received a question from someone with hyperactive thyroid who wants to know if there is any effect for her to be concerned about.  She loses weight too easily if her thyroid is messed with.

I'm not aware of anything of concern here - does anyone else know of anything I should mention to her?



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I don't know of any specific warning about not taking it with thyroid issues.  It may make the thyroid work better as it cleans sluggish cells.


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Additional info on the woman is that she is dealing with M.S.  Still young and active.  It seems to me that Trehalose would be a good recommendation for her.



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Additional info on the woman is that she is dealing with M.S.  Still young and active.  It seems to me that Trehalose would be a good recommendation for her.


Well, from what we read, people have been consuming Trehalose for thousands of years so it seems reasonable to me that it can't do anything but help. I'm excited about using it on mixed fruit to keep it fresh instead of ascorbic acid crystals that come from no telling what!

Another thing, I don't worry nearly as much about our grass turning brown since I know that Trehalose is actually keeping it alive until the rain comes!!


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Wonderful!!! I have something to report too. My blood pressure is getting so low that I am going to have to stop my BP medication altogether I guess!! I just checked it three times over the last hour, and it is 109/49!!! My doctor is going to have a stroke!!! He has been so proud to keep prescribing medication for me!      
Most interesting!

My GP has me on Coversyl Plus.  He has plans to see me every two weeks since he measured 160/80 over a week ago.  

Keeping the swelling down especially during the hot humid weather that seems to have started now is going to be important.  I would much rather lose pounds by sweating out my gardening chores than do EMS "exercise" or walking.


My weight loss goal: 220 lbs.  A 6'4" dyslexic oddball: the size of a line-backer, the silhouette of Winnie-the-Pooh.
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It may be the combination of the Trehalose and Ribose, but I'm experiencing a steadiness of energy that I have not been blessed with in the past decade.  It is remarkable!  This is not like the false energy from stimulants, but the calm, clear energy of youth.  (Dare I even say that?)  

This is like a lightening of the fog - not just mentally, but physically, too.  At this point, it comes and goes, but steadily is increasing over the weeks.  And I'm seeing some lightening of 'age spots'.
An indication of the reversal of liver damage, perhaps?



My weight loss goal: 220 lbs.  A 6'4" dyslexic oddball: the size of a line-backer, the silhouette of Winnie-the-Pooh.
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Most interesting!

My GP has me on Coversyl Plus.  He has plans to see me every two weeks since he measured 160/80 over a week ago.  

Keeping the swelling down especially during the hot humid weather that seems to have started now is going to be important.  I would much rather lose pounds by sweating out my gardening chores than do EMS "exercise" or walking.


I used to take Pau d'Arco for swelling several years ago. It works too.  I hope you have a BP monitor to keep track of your blood pressure yourself. It is far more important than a single reading in the doctor's office.

I love gardening too.....The benefits are wonderful!


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I get this very miserable 'cold' really a allergy attack to oaks.. 3 times a year.. I am going through it again and am miserable.. No difference.. YET I seem not to have a headache.. for several days.. I am still hesitating to say it out loud.. but ...... so here goes the count.. starting May 1... I am counting the days..    that would be a big thing.. it almost feels as if the caffeine rebound has lessened.. ! but I am counting..  

On the other hand.. a day later.. I had the worst night of my life.. I mean every cell in my nose and sinus and down my throat was hurting .. I mean not just discomfort, but with all the painkillers even I sat up all night moaning.. I felt as if I was being scrubbed from the inside out,...

What would be fun is that it really could have been a scrubbing.. a real reaction for my allergy attack that by itself is enough to wish to die.  I would be happy to think that maybe this particular painful episode might have been part of a deep cleaning out of memories sludge..

I usually got through 500 tissues on the fifth night, I did that last night also, but I don't ever remember having that much pain.  I AM NOT saying that it is the TC but I am just wondering.. I am still suffering, really suffering even this morning.. and the sneezing.,.. I mean how many times can one do so? ! I am exhausted..  But would love nothing more than that the suffering should not be in vain.. if it would serve to clean out cellular stuff that has been there since the day I can remember.. it would be fine with me.. but for all of you.. just be aware.. for now.. it could be the TC or just coincidence?!?!   



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An indication of the reversal of liver damage, perhaps?



You know, now that you mentioned it -- I feel less of a burden on my liver and my emotional smoothness is certainly the way I feel when my liver is healthy.



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TC has become part of my  morning routine ... one of the first things I do (after Oil Pulling, dry brushing, showering and meditation) ... I have a teaspoon of it with my lemon water ... The effects since I started it had been fantastic!  Easier to focus and stay on target ... Even when gremlins turn up, it is easier to deal with them without deviating from my set path ...




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Has anyone noticed if using the Trehalose Complex does anything in regard to sugar cravings?  That is my big weakness when attempting to follow any healthier way of eating. Does it affect the brain the way regular sugar does- or does it metabolize differently so that it tastes sweet but that's it.  I am aware of all of the other benefits- just wondering about how it affects the "sweet tooth."
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Has anyone noticed if using the Trehalose Complex does anything in regard to sugar cravings?  That is my big weakness when attempting to follow any healthier way of eating. Does it affect the brain the way regular sugar does- or does it metabolize differently so that it tastes sweet but that's it.  I am aware of all of the other benefits- just wondering about how it affects the "sweet tooth."

There are two sugars in the Trehalose Complex.  Trehalose - most of which remains in the original state, and Ribose - which is utilized at a cellular level.  Since there is a larger proportion of Trehalose, most of the sugar in the TC will not be used as sugar, so you get the "flavor" without most of the "sugar rush".  I haven't sensed any additional sweet craving, but then again, I eat adequate amounts of protein, so don't generally crave sweets anyway...

If you get a sweet craving, eat some compliant protein and the sugar craving usually fades away.


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Yes, it does seem like the sugar cravings have decreased, I,ve been jonesing for sugar since I got home home from vacation and that has been a lot better. Although the first week on it I craved grains really bad. Commercials for pizza almost drove me insane with want.


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I like the IDEA of allowed sugar taste for diabetics where otherwise there is so much prohibition against any fun in living with diabetes.  In the 2 spoons of TC a day I would not care about it being good nor bad as it has medicinal quality stuff that goes way beyond sugar..

I think it could be a 'link' in getting diabetes fixed.. meaning, possibly reverse the effects of damage to all sorts of places in the body.  

I experienced a great reduction in headaches, after the first container of TC.  I have not tried it without the COMPLEX ingredients.  Even through my usual daily  headaches (lasting 6 hours) have not gone away 100% I must say I think they have been greatly reduced in intensity, duration and frequencies.  I am hopeful that as I am taking TC that I will get rid of them completely.  I will report on that.

YET:  I had a bad allergy cold symptom episode, and during this last week repetition thereof, I have had a very intense time of it.  The pain in the cells was greater and longer lasting than any other time.  I am not certain just what it meant, but it felt very painful from IRRITATION. I don't see my allergy attacks as healing crises but possible this time there was shedding of material that I have not seen before in the same way.  I still ended up taking antihistamines and antibacterial drugs, (or I would be ill for weeks) but I also needed a drug I usually don't take called Propranalol (I think one could take other things like Benadril, but that is what I had in the house)  only twice but long enough to have it work as a calming agent /cell wise.  There was a definite difference in the course of this 'attack'..  I will see how such attacks in future will show up differently.  I feel that with the results of greatly enhanced reaction this time, that possibly by taking the TC over a long period at least a years worth, it might clean up what causes the repeated attacks in the first place.  I see the healing happening as cleaning up 'debree' leftover from when I was a infant, and having a chance at getting rid of the body memory reaction to whatever nearly killed me after I was born and has bothered me periodically ever since every 3-4 month for one week.  I am functioning by instinct here, but it just 'feels' like it is possible.  THERE was a difference this time, and in that difference (greater intensity) I hope to experience a difference as  time goes on.   I will keep track of it for the year and report on it.  In time I would like to be able to do without the repeated antibacterials.              

On the other hand if no one should care about 'negatives/positives, let me know..


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It's here, it's here!!    Today I received the parcel with the TC in post office and brought it home. I didn't wait very long, and within few minutes I had my first Level Teaspoon with a glass of water and a little cranberry concentrate. Very exciting! Am I curious...   


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I finally caved and ordered some myself, although my finances would have liked me to wait till next month...
I got ara6 as well, in powder as the capsules aren't compatible with TC


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I finally caved and ordered some myself, although my finances would have liked me to wait till next month...
Good for you!!!   Who knows, TC may bring along into our minds whole new ideas that will worth our while  



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I have developed an even stronger aversion to anything with regular granulated sugar in it since I started taking Trehalose. Fruits taste better than ever, and they are totally satisfying to me. I suppose I should be thankful that avoids have made me hurt one way or another without fail - almost immediately. That way I haven't had any problem at all avoiding them.

I am very sensitive to the amount of fruit I need in a day, though. If I eat more than that, I can be sure I will have problems. I don't need a "servings" guide for that.


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What would be fun is that it really could have been a scrubbing.. a real reaction for my allergy attack that by itself is enough to wish to die.  I would be happy to think that maybe this particular painful episode might have been part of a deep cleaning out of memories sludge..

I usually got through 500 tissues on the fifth night, I did that last night also, but I don't ever remember having that much pain.  I AM NOT saying that it is the TC but I am just wondering.. I am still suffering, really suffering even this morning.. and the sneezing.,.. I mean how many times can one do so? ! I am exhausted..  But would love nothing more than that the suffering should not be in vain.. if it would serve to clean out cellular stuff that has been there since the day I can remember.. it would be fine with me.. but for all of you.. just be aware.. for now.. it could be the TC or just coincidence?!?!   

There is no telling what was in there that needed to come out, Goldie, and it may explain why you have had all those headaches. This is going to be very interesting to see how you feel in a few days......


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TC has become part of my  morning routine ... one of the first things I do (after Oil Pulling, dry brushing, showering and meditation) ... I have a teaspoon of it with my lemon water ... The effects since I started it had been fantastic!  Easier to focus and stay on target ... Even when gremlins turn up, it is easier to deal with them without deviating from my set path ...

Cristina, it is amazing that being able to focus better has been the first experience of so many. It is almost like we have found a little something right out of the Garden of Eden.


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Right now it looks too good to be true... I suspect TC switches on the placebo mechnism... Is there such a thing as placebo mechanism?     (Confusion and suspicion - my typical reaction to any sudden good surprise and embodiment of good expectations. Next step is grateful weeping ) To be continued.  


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Right now it looks too good to be true... I suspect TC switches on the placebo mechnism... Is there such a thing as placebo mechanism?     (Confusion and suspicion - my typical reaction to any sudden good surprise and embodiment of good expectations. Next step is grateful weeping ) To be continued.  


I could write the book about being suspicious and the placebo effect. I'm so suspicious of things to do with my health that even if I were put in a trial, and I was indeed using a valid product instead of the placebo, the results would have to be really noticeable for me to think anything but that I was taking the placebo! In other words, I'm really hard to convince.

Actually, my shocked surprise at the results I was getting from this stuff was the reason for the "over the top" title to this thread. As I said later on, I was looking at long-term results, not anything immediate at all.

As for being suspicious, I bought a new cereal a few weeks ago and a visitor who is on a gluten free diet was here soon after. They knew I couldn't eat corn and when they were reading the ingredients they noticed the word "grits." They associated that with corn right away, but it wasn't corn at all but buckwheat. Anyway, I told them that I didn't know how anything could possibly get past me I was so suspicious of everything I bought. (Getting stuck too many times in the past has taught me a few things.)


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Thank you Spring.   As if to emphaziseand approve of it all, I am reading this over a bowl of cooked buckwheat I've boiled right now for supper.


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