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Amazone I.
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is there any genetic corelation between above named themata
any suggs would be more then appreciated   thanx in advance


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gut dysbiosis should be addressed first


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A propos gut flora, here is what I found

http://www.tvernonlac.com/gutflora.html

which is right for my lay(wo)man level and clarifies the subject to me further. With all I've already learnt thanks to this website, the info is still amazing. The essential is missing though: the lady has no clue of the different gut flora populations of the different blood types.



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Ghee or Intrinsa would actually be a good recommendation for Explorers. That and stop consuming harmful foods.

Explorers I know always get better on their shortages by improving intestinal health (many just have to stop eating wheat).

Probiotics don't appear to be the "end all" for them, like some. They need to absorb nutrients better, not necessarily add a lot more. Gut flora influences this, but really intestinal health is a huge dependency for Explorers.
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For me, Amazone I., a copper and selenium deficiency, plus topical usage of coconut oil, resulted in temporary hyperthyroidism.....(last month) which "felt" like anemia, sometimes.

Often copper deficiency is a result of over-load of vitamin C. Vitamin C pushes copper out of the body, and vice-versa. As an Explorer you would be feeling poorly if you did not have enough copper.


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Gut flora influences this, but really intestinal health is a huge dependency for Explorers.
Isn't intestinal health dependent on enough beneficial gut flora in all people?



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thank you all for your wonderful replies, just wanted  to say in short terms: have visited a friend of mine with whom I work closely together and he found out coz of my
hairthinnings and loss that it seems it's the needed copper that lacks in my system; both aren't related to a hormonal imbalance- he mentioned... I'm looking to stop my strss symptoms also in combining the Bach flowers but until now nothing has helped   and he didn't detected any gut dysbiosis nor lacks but said that it might be that i've take a bit too much of zink and zink is the conterfy to copper so far I changed a lot in my intake of supplements- reduced some and
added Beta glucans to augment the power of my immunsystem.....and Vit. C is needed for all trace minerals to fix them and I also shorted the intake of this vitamin
and normaly only the antagonist of a tr.mineral is able to interact ....
Nearly no to none  badies in foodintake, anemia was a result of late menopausal issues... but since months' no more a thema ...


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oooh aaaahhhh you mean I must do a little effort in my flat dearest Seraffa

But need to know if so...coz I have very little time in those days coz of the preparation of a cooperation with other therapists... I hope this time it will fit
and not being an disaster as last year...some of those really think that women are only on that world to get all they want from but no returns of invest to be expected... this still seems the problem of some outta the Ex-DDR


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and when getting *re-tested* there were some lacks of boron and tyrosine as well.. so far no doubt... hairloss is one of the most heavy issues of stress indication... .......... every therapist has his/her own views... so far no wonder that is  wasn't really detected since years...


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