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listen to this carefully, to understand
http://generativemedicine.org/blogs/dadamolab/?p=106
MTOR Dependant and Independent Autophagy


Thanks for the link Lola! I listened to it and I think I will have to listen a few more times to take it all in. But at the end where Dr. D mentions how trehalose rocks in neurological issues from mercury toxicity and other things has me believing I really need to try it. Gut and neurological symptoms have been with me a long time.

Goldie, yes I need to be aware of insulin. I've been eating a lot of apples(sugar) for energy so that tells me something is off. I'm just hesitant to use ribose because of my reactions to sugar. I'll see how it goes first with just trehalose and maybe add ribose. I have mold issues and I worry that the mold will use the ribose as food.

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I have mold issues and I worry that the mold will use the ribose as food.

Karen, I have had terrible problems with systemic Candida in the past, but Trehalose Complex has not been a problem AT ALL. I have to say, though, that I was worried about that, too, as you are.


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Karen, I have had terrible problems with systemic Candida in the past, but Trehalose Complex has not been a problem AT ALL. I have to say, though, that I was worried about that, too, as you are.


That's encouraging to hear Spring. I'll worry less about that now.

I took 1/2 teaspoon of trehalose in water earlier today and had diarrhea this evening. If I don't have anymore diarrhea tonight, I will take the same dose tomorrow and see if there is any change.




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I wonder if it would help if you dropped to 1/4 teaspoon two or three times a day.... Some days I take a little over 1/2 teaspoon three times or so. Others I may take 1 teaspoon twice a day. It has a lot to do with what I happen to be doing that day.


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No more diarrhea since Friday night. I had 1/2 tsp. trehalose in water again yesterday morning and again this morning. So far so good.

I read that mixing 1 1/2 tsp. of trehalose per pound of ground beef before cooking helps to prevent over-browning. So I did that yesterday. Definitey works! I often bake my burgers, but yesterday I fried them in a pan and when finished they looked like they came out the oven. No dark browning at all. They tasted really good and moist. I ate one last night and another one today (and still no diarrhea). The next time my husband grills burgers, they will be mixed with trehalose.

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Good news, Karen!  



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Good news, Karen!  



Yes, I'm hopeful this will continue to be a positive step toward gut health.

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No more diarrhea since Friday night. I had 1/2 tsp. trehalose in water again yesterday morning and again this morning. So far so good.

I read that mixing 1 1/2 tsp. of trehalose per pound of ground beef before cooking helps to prevent over-browning. So I did that yesterday. Definitey works! I often bake my burgers, but yesterday I fried them in a pan and when finished they looked like they came out the oven. No dark browning at all. They tasted really good and moist. I ate one last night and another one today (and still no diarrhea). The next time my husband grills burgers, they will be mixed with trehalose.


Oh, I do love this idea!! I will try this with my turkey burgers! I was just thinking this afternoon that I was ready for something a little different, and this sounds like just the thing to try next! Thank you!!

So happy that you've gotten past the diarrhea too! I love this stuff and how it makes everything work so much better! Even Chlorella is behaving like it is on steroids!!


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Oh, I do love this idea!! I will try this with my turkey burgers! I was just thinking this afternoon that I was ready for something a little different, and this sounds like just the thing to try next! Thank you!!

So happy that you've gotten past the diarrhea too! I love this stuff and how it makes everything work so much better! Even Chlorella is behaving like it is on steroids!!


Trehalose was all I added to the burgers but I'm sure they would be great with your favorite seasonings too.

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Karen ... Please advise where you doing this with PLAIN trehalose. I think yes.. .. or TC?  I differentiate just to be sure that we all talk about the proper items here..


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Quoted from karen
No more diarrhea since Friday night. I had 1/2 tsp. trehalose in water again yesterday morning and again this morning. So far so good.

I read that mixing 1 1/2 tsp. of trehalose per pound of ground beef before cooking helps to prevent over-browning. So I did that yesterday. Definitey works! I often bake my burgers, but yesterday I fried them in a pan and when finished they looked like they came out the oven. No dark browning at all. They tasted really good and moist. I ate one last night and another one today (and still no diarrhea). The next time my husband grills burgers, they will be mixed with trehalose.



Thanks for the tip about the trehalose and meat, I will definitely give this a go.  
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Karen ... Please advise where you doing this with PLAIN trehalose. I think yes.. .. or TC?  I differentiate just to be sure that we all talk about the proper items here..


Goldie, it was the plain trehalose that I mixed in meat.

Dianne, yes definitely try it. I'm also going to add it to marinades with other meats and when I brine poultry.

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wow people it's really exciting!
thanks to your suggestions i've ordered it from the UK store (i live in Milan) and i can't even wait to begin with.
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I used the Complex in the carob/buckwheat bread that I make, and I am still astonished at how soft and flexible it is! I plan to make some today. No telling what we will learn to do with this in the future!

Karen, if you have a potted, half-dead flower that won't matter if it finishes it off, try the plain Trehalose on it and let us know how it does!!! I would put some on a patch of grass outside if I had some of the plain. Now, that would be a hoot if Trehalose could replace some of the so-called fertilizers, wouldn't it!?


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I posted this in reg to hearing better.. elsewhere.. but it belongs here:

Well coming along here late.. I have recently been able to hit singing notes I have not been able to do for decades..

Voice as such is a direct indicator to health.. If you remember Clinton he had a raspy voice for years even though he head the best doctors check him out .. he developed a heart attack..

Others who sound strange (like one of the female chefs on TV - would do well to check deeper, or get on BTD here and do better with a healthier diet.. but diet alone was not enough..

YET, for me possibly IT TOOK the T-Complex to help greatly.. I am rather certain that it was not only the Trehalose as a sugar substitute, but the L-Ribose in the TC that does it..  


On the other hand.. speaking of hand... NO so far the nails have been breaking off again..

Then again:  NOW I am certain -  saying Trehalose Complex has helped my daily 6 hour headaches!!!  

BECAUSE I now only get them onl;y here and there ---- and always starting with neck muscle stiffening,--- I was able to sort out what is possibly causing the few I get now-a- day.. after a few weeks on TC my daily headaches reduced dramatically to where NOW I only get them IF I allow me to get REALLY aggravated.. a far cry from daily suffering, night or day..

Now, I am going to try taking Magnesium - in Milk of Magnesium as soon as I start getting a twinge and SEE if that will 'connect'.  I sometime thought my elimination could be needing some improvements and have something to do with headaches... so a test = nothing lost.. on the other hand if it should prove to be a Magnesium NEED for when under stress, then it would be interesting to follow that lead.. I learned it from the video in..  worth a look..

http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?m-1339406484/


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I was amazed this past weekend when our sons were here, and one of them went with me to a big box store for several different items. We wound up walking from one end to the other twice as fast as we could walk because we were in a big hurry. (We even chose the long, least-used aisle in the back so we wouldn't run over anyone!) I've always been a fast walker until the last decade so I was amazed to realize later that I was practically running, my six foot son was walking really fast, and we were talking a mile a minute with no breathlessness whatsoever!!! It was incredible! There is no doubt that Trehalose Complex gets the credit because I haven't changed anything else that could have helped this problem. It seemed so "normal" that I didn't realize until after we were out in the parking lot that I was not short of breath in the least. I would have been gasping for breath and having to slow down just weeks ago!!  

So no wonder people can sing better, hitting higher notes, etc.!!!


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And besides this, I am off my BP medication these last few weeks with NO problem!


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Quoted from Spring
And besides this, I am off my BP medication these last few weeks with NO problem!


Hurray for you Spring!!!
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Thank you, Dianne!! I'm all smiles!!
Oh, and I got a big package of ground, lean turkey today to try doing the patties with Trehalose Complex!


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And besides this, I am off my BP medication these last few weeks with NO problem!


Hey Spring, save some healing for the rest of us!    No, really, I'm very happy for you!

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Karen, this TC has plenty to go around! All I have to do is mention it to people I know, and it is like - "So that is what is going on with her!"


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Spring,

That is quite a benefit that you are off your blood pressure medication due to Trehalose.  

I take a low dose pill but I'd love to get off them, too.  I'm still hesitant to stop.

The list of benefits for everyone taking it currently is certainly growing.  That is great to hear.



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Joy, what type of BP medication are you taking? I was taking Norvasc and had gradually gotten down to a small amount of it by using Hawthorn twice a day. But I couldn't seem to completely get off it. I have said before that it seems that Trehalose has shifted my supplements into overdrive and maybe that is what happened with the Hawthorn. All I know is that I have tried before, more than once, to come off Norvasc and had to get back on it after a day or so. My life hasn't been exactly smooth sailing the last several weeks, so it isn't as if I am not under any stress....!

If it brings grass back to life after a drought, makes bread soft and flexible, helps my breathing during exertion, etc., I don't know exactly where we can put a limit on what it can do!! I am still trying to get used to the shock of what I've already seen!!!!!  


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I hear you.  It's a potpourri of benefits and it covers alot of ground.  

I've been taking Lisinopil/HCTZ for a long time now.  I have Quercetin and I just checked and do have Hawthorne capsules,.  I haven't been taking either on a regular basis so maybe that's the answer.

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I tried the plain Lisinopril, took only one and my throat felt like it was closing up. When I started the Hawthorn, I dumped about half of it in an empty capsule and gradually worked up to two a day and decreased my BP med at the same time. I love Hawthorn and have never had any problems with it. I also take Quercetin.


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