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Yes, a person would really like to help people who are miserable and sick with first one thing and then another all the time, but it is really hard sometimes! You begin to wonder if they like to be miserable! But surely not!  

The ones you can help really make up for that though!


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Thank you all for your responses.  My blood pressure is staying normal, now, and all in all I'm feeling great.  I've decided I take enough supplements and they're  the ones I'll stick with.  


It is wonderful that you are doing so well! Those fourteen years have certainly not been wasted! I admire people who are older than I am who have taken such good care of their health. I'm sure you and your husband bring a ray of sunshine to those around you whether they want to understand anything about the diet or not! So that is one more thing to be happy about!


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Just to recap - is it absolutely necessary to take this with citrus (or even pineapple)? Pretty sure I react to all citrus, as well as pineapple...
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Just to recap - is it absolutely necessary to take this with citrus (or even pineapple)? Pretty sure I react to all citrus, as well as pineapple...


I tried it with plain water, and it worked fine. But you do know that there is about .06 of a teaspoon of modified citrus pectin in each 1 teaspoon serving? I don't know how much it takes for you to react, but it is something to keep in mind. I am sensitive to citrus, but it hasn't bothered me like I thought it would to take it in about 1/2 tablespoon of lemon juice. I certainly wouldn't recommend that to people who are super-sensitive, though!  


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I started out with Grapefruit by the thick slices eating two a day, could not get enough, felt thirsty and needed it.. then I reduced the slices to thinner slices and still further to slivers, and now to just the plain grapefruit juice I can buy, this all took about 2 month ..

Today I use just a little in a glass of water... seems my body, mouth and intestines all, after a while HAD ENOUGH.. It's marvelous how that works.  I am not sensitive, so I am not answering your question, but I am observing how much things change - even while they stay the same.  Today I do the ounce of grapefruit only 2 times a day with one spoon full TC each time... I am on the third container.  

For now I am taking it for at least 2 more containers, or until I feel that I cleaned out all the gunk.  I am shocked how it seems to work in my brain/and /thinking as well.  I am becoming aware that my brain is not 'just' a part of me, but 'is' part of me and needs as much protection or help as any other part within..      


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Hmmm, thanks.. I was wondering if it NEEDED the citrus to make it work... Perhaps I would be better off with the plain stuff?
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Hmmm, thanks.. I was wondering if it NEEDED the citrus to make it work... Perhaps I would be better off with the plain stuff?


I wish we knew more, but if I were going to try the plain, I would definitely get ribose to use with it. Maybe there is some other fruit you could use besides citrus, but that is something we just don't know, not yet, anyway. I hope that Dr. D. will enlighten us more about it as time goes on! --As we've said so many times before, we are all so different!!    And this citrus deal is a major concern for some people!



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Just to recap - is it absolutely necessary to take this with citrus (or even pineapple)? Pretty sure I react to all citrus, as well as pineapple...

NO!  There are no absolutes in life except that once born you will die.

The three items in TC work well together and each have a specific function, as well as the lemon or grapefruit also being helpful together.  This doesn't mean that it HAS to be this way.

I would think however, that if you are having continued problems with items that are supposed to be beneficial foods, that you focus on digestive tract healing.  It really is the most important system to have functioning properly.  Once you can digest and eliminate properly, then the body will do deeper cleaning and healing.


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Thanks, ABJoe. I agree with you 100 per cent!!


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I already asked this question & Lola said she takes it with water.
Since she is the expert, that is good enough for me.  It still doesn't taste too sweet, but I do detect another taste in there.  I bet supertasters would taste it even more!


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Just out of curiosity, I decided to see if this complex will revive a flower that ran out of water and had begun to wilt! I used some that I had "powdered" a few days ago. Should have put it in the water to begin with just to see how long it might survive.

Of course, I suppose it was the Trehalose alone that they were talking about using for flowers, but I just wanted to see if this stuff would work!   Who knows, this flower may be a super taster like me and lap it right up!! On the other hand, it may keel over within the next hour! It is a cutting from a Lacecap Hydrangea.
http://www.hydrangeashydrangeas.com/lacecaps.html


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Yes, I just didn't want people to think I have simply been on a sugar high!  


Well, I've noticed a few positive changes from taking this for a short time : more clarity even when tired, getting up earlier and able to function without naps, allergies affecting me more in my eyes than adrenals, can handle stress better. So all in all, pretty darn good me thinks!!!
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and if it is all wishful thinking, or placebo effect, I don't care
No way! This one is for real.  


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Just got my supplement order this afternoon.  And after reading all of this thread, I decided to order some Trehalose Complex too.  Took 1/2 tsp. with grapefruit juice right away.  Decided to start with a lower dose after having read all the comments.  Will just take the one dose today (it was 2 pm) in case it affects my sleep.  Will take it again in the morning and hit the sauna.  Here's hoping I have as good a results as the rest of you are having.



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welcome to TC..


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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Right now I am doing a trial to see if using TC with only water will give me the same obvious (the operative word here for this trial!) benefits that I have been seeing. So far so good!!

Another thing, DO NOT use the Complex on your flowers!! You would need to get the plain Trehalose to benefit them! I wish I had some of it right now! As I've said before, this is so much fun!!


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Just got my supplement order this afternoon.  And after reading all of this thread, I decided to order some Trehalose Complex too.  Took 1/2 tsp. with grapefruit juice right away.  Decided to start with a lower dose after having read all the comments.  Will just take the one dose today (it was 2 pm) in case it affects my sleep.  Will take it again in the morning and hit the sauna.  Here's hoping I have as good a results as the rest of you are having.


I certainly hope you do, BCgal!! I have been spreading mine out and taking it three times a day lately, and that is working great too. But I still don't take it later than around 3-4 PM.

I was at a gathering this past weekend, and a dear friend, a widower, who is getting up in his eighties had baked a pound cake that I simply could not in any way NOT have a small piece! Pound cake has to be the best sweet poison on the face of the earth to me, and it lived up to its reputation!!! Oh, boy, did I ever pay for it --- for TWO DAYS! Even my daily Trehalose Complex "fix" was struggling with this dreadful offense!! I'm not sure I am completely over it yet..... I hate to think what kind of shape I would have been in if I hadn't had TC!    But I have to say that the pound cake was the best, sweetest, lightest I have ever eaten in my entire life. But don't worry, I did NOT ask for the recipe!!


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But I have to say that the pound cake was the best, sweetest, lightest I have ever eaten in my entire life. But don't worry, I did NOT ask for the recipe!!
Next time, no wheat+no sugar PLEASE  



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yaeli, I never expected to eat this gentleman's cake again in my life. It would appear that the time is very limited that he will be able to do this sort of thing anymore. He and his wife, who died a few years ago, have been dear friends for fifty years. I suppose I mostly ate the cake for a number of reasons that had nothing to do with the cake itself. So I guess a few days of not feeling so well will soon pass without too much harm done. I do hope so! Actually, I can't say that it slowed me down too much - I've gotten a whole lot of stuff done!!

I think maybe this Trehalose Complex has sort of gotten me spoiled already!!!


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It is just - I'm quite sure - that the Trehalose Complex has contributed a lot to your lovely experience with the cake!!!  


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But I have to say that the pound cake was the best, sweetest, lightest I have ever eaten in my entire life.
I've already wrote about it here, how TC enhances any experience of the senses. This in itself is a bliss. I suppose (I hope!!!) that's the reason why I hardly crave any food anymore. Even when I'm hungry. I just eat then what I need. I can't remember a time when things were working this way for me. In childhood maybe.


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It also looks as if the TC unchains my mind from some obstructions, frees my imagination, and loosens my tongue/writing...  


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yaeli, I never expected to eat this gentleman's cake again in my life. It would appear that the time is very limited that he will be able to do this sort of thing anymore. He and his wife, who died a few years ago, have been dear friends for fifty years.
I think maybe this Trehalose Complex has sort of gotten me spoiled already!!!

OK this is fun.. a senior looking for a little company? send him my way.. nice to have friends for 50 years.. !!

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I suppose I mostly ate the cake for a number of reasons that had nothing to do with the cake itself. So I guess a few days of not feeling so well will soon pass without too much harm done. I do hope so! Actually, I can't say that it slowed me down too much - I've gotten a whole lot of stuff done!!

I have no care about having eaten that piece of cake.. live and let live.. BUT IMAGINE if we felt that cr.ppy feeling every day as we did before BTD??? that would just be dreadful!!

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I think maybe this Trehalose Complex has sort of gotten me spoiled already!!!

today I have a headache, but I brought it on by stressing ME, near on purpose..self pity stuff.. stupid to indulge.. BUT.. I wonder could I just take extra TC and soon feel better, or if I get weak kneed with food , could I just have some extra TC??    I am going to experiment today.. eat TC and a salad and see if I will stop the munchies- which is my defense for (self induced misery) stress and circular thinking.. which creates a headache..  


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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It is just - I'm quite sure - that the Trehalose Complex has contributed a lot to your lovely experience with the cake!!!  


I've already wrote about it here, how TC enhances any experience of the senses. This in itself is a bliss. I suppose (I hope!!!) that's the reason why I hardly crave any food anymore. Even when I'm hungry. I just eat then what I need. I can't remember a time when things were working this way for me. In childhood maybe.


It is really and truly remarkable, isn't it!?! I'm so glad you are having the same feelings about this as I am!! Our sons are trying not to show it, but they are so afraid this is going to one of those "flash in the pan" deals that they have been holding their breath for weeks!! Of course, they don't have a clue that I am completely aware of it!!  

If I am having any problem with TC it is that I am having to be careful that I don't overdo things. My brain feels like a young person's, and my body hasn't quite gotten up to speed yet!! Actually, I feel stronger than I ever have, but the endurance is the deal. For instance, just a few years ago, I could cut down a fair-sized tree with a hand saw, but I think I would land in the ER if I tried that today! Maybe not, but I definitely don't intend to try to find out!!


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Pound cake has to be the best sweet poison on the face of the earth to me, and it lived up to its reputation!!! Oh, boy, did I ever pay for it --- for TWO DAYS! Even my daily Trehalose Complex "fix" was struggling with this dreadful offense!!


My guess is that Deflect would have helped more than TC for this specific instance...


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