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SandrAruba
Tuesday, January 31, 2012, 7:20pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Which was the right B vitamin again? B12? And how much would be recommended?




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I don't have the encyclopedia in front of me, but a quick look at the health protocols (for type A) shows Methyl B12, tranquility base & cortiguard are a focus in the anti-stress, nerve and fatigue protocols.. hope this helps:

http://www.dadamo.com/protocols/index.htm

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Thanks Honey. I checked the protocols, but couldn't really determine which to use. It's not for me, it's for mom (also A). She is either depressed and as such starting to become demented or she has both (I personally think the latter). I know from a lot of stories that B vitamins help against depression. So I want to try that. She is unwilling to go to a doctor so I at least want to start her on the vitamins.




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for an A... I'd like to say the whole bunch of B-vits, Mg,L'Tyrosin, or even DL-Phenylalanine, 5HTP... up to you to decide what might work ...wish you all the best...and very quick recovery.....


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B6 and B12 have been mentioned. but eating the right food, cutting down sugar and increasing good oils would be good anyway. less wheat, less corn, less glutamate, Aspartame etc would have large effect too.

but also sunlight etc, generally more healthy.

Although on a tiny scale, I have had success just using Dr D's multivitamin, and multi minerals. and other supps from the Good Dr D. together with eating right for your type and careful attention to chemical and allergens too. balance is important.

having found out that full swami has additional setting i would get a practicianer to run a full swami for you , paying close attention to glutamate in addition to the other things.


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