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Dale_TK
Friday, December 8, 2006, 7:39am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Thanks for all the info.  everyone!  Unfortunately, the thing most of us crave so badly with the fatigue IS sugar.  Hard habit to break, but was doing much better with it & then backslided when the fatigue got bad again.  Ups & down are hard & just when I thought I had some better control, I lost it, but time to get back on track again.  At least I knew I WAS eating better when I was staying as compliant as I could.  Happy holidays to all of you!
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ISA-MANUELA
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please have a look here into this:www.enneagram.com  and please go for the book*the devided mind* from Dr. Sarno...both are eyeopeners too ! -if you want to understand and go quicker for results


                                                 
not  meant to offend but we could evitate a lot of shullbits when having been informed about that .....
he-he-heeeeeee


                                                 

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AfricanTypeO
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Quoted from ISA-MANUELA
please have a look here into this:www.enneagram.com  and please go for the book*the devided mind* from Dr. Sarno...both are eyeopeners too ! -if you want to understand and go quicker for results


                                                 
not  meant to offend but we could evitate a lot os shullbits when having been informed about that .....
he-he-heeeeeee


                                                 




Can anyone translate this into English?
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Lola
Friday, December 8, 2006, 5:47pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Enneagram, a dynamic system of nine personality types that empowers you to better understand yourself and others, that s what Isa is talking about.
http://www.enneagram.com/
as well as Dr. Sarno, mindbody medicine:
http://www.healingbackpain.com/

all these are powerful tools in healing and fully understanding yourself.


''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
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AfricanTypeO
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Enneagram, a dynamic system of nine personality types that empowers you to better understand yourself and others, that s what Isa is talking about.
http://www.enneagram.com/
as well as Dr. Sarno, mindbody medicine:
http://www.healingbackpain.com/

all these are powerful tools in healing and fully understanding yourself.



Thanks
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ISA-MANUELA
Friday, December 8, 2006, 8:56pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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dito to my privat pidginings-tranlator

sorry for you ATO  can't do it better


here is the orginal with the founder Don Richard Riso: http://www.enneagraminstitute.com


                                       

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Lola
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anytime Isa!


''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
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dito to my privat pidginings-tranlator   sorry for you ATO  can't do it better


Oh, dear Isa, not to worry. In time AFO will understand you as well.



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Where are you from Tillo?  I'm a foreigner too so my English is not necessarily perfect either.

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tillaaaaa....I am a female I am a french-swich-gal
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Where are you from Tillo?  I'm a foreigner too so my English is not necessarily perfect either.



One of the best...come to Skype to meet her.



"Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves." C.G. Jung"

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OzlemW
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Hello All!

When I gained 20 pounds within less than four months, I have started dieting low carb diet until my blood sugar level started to drop very low and I stopped it sametime I started to feel very tired and went to doctor and get some blood test done, after regular check up and everything doctor checked and found out that I have mono Epstein-Barr virus, I am 35 year old female. My EBV IGM 430 and EBV IgG 3599 which was both very high. Then feeling extreme fatigue. This still continues after three months past and last month my test has been repeated and numbers went down to 2492 and 89 which is one of them still high. Doctor says I am still recovering. It has been 3 months. I think I may now has or starting to have CFS. I am hoping this diet will help me, I have recently started it. Also, I am very suprised to find out about candida can be link to CFS, I will find out first thing in the morning.. I always always have sugar cravings, chocolate cravings..
In past three months I wasn't even be able to sit front of the computer more than ten minutes, lately since I started this diet, I can sit a little longer.. Also, I will go to dentist and get my silver filling removed, I have recently learned in this forum that silver fillings can cause mercury poisinning.
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ISA-MANUELA
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one of your best descissions you've ever made...to leave silverfillings alone ...good idea
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Ozlem,
It's very important to have the fillings removed safely.  There are some procedures the dentist needs to be aware of to make sure you aren't poisoned by the mercury that is being removed from your teeth.

dental dam
nose mask
oxygen
suction under the dental dam

Don is more of an expert on this topic!  



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ISA-MANUELA
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and a bloody detox after the removals ..... sorry it was meant a good-one
with selenium, and/or chlorella & or zink or even all together ...and a good multivit-multimineral
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Quoted from Dale_TK
Unfortunately, the thing most of us crave so badly with the fatigue IS sugar.  Hard habit to break, but was doing much better with it & then backslided when the fatigue got bad again.  Ups & down are hard & just when I thought I had some better control, I lost it, but time to get back on track again.  At least I knew I WAS eating better when I was staying as compliant as I could.



Please keep staying disciplined and focused, Dale.

Often times it is when we have a backslide or we have minor slip-ups that we are cognizant that this lifestyle is, indeed, working for us.  

It is of value that you experienced this feeling of bodily changes firsthand and that you were cognizant of how your body felt with the added sugars and holiday foods.

Alia


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Dale_TK
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 Hi Alia, thanks for the encouragement!  I will be starting again, because I really went off the wagon badly during the holidays. I gained wt. &  like an alcoholic with sugar when I get started & know better.

Oh well, the world hasn't ended quite yet because of me disappointing myself, or others by not being more compliant.  Happy new yr. to everyone!   Dale
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Ozlem,
check the fatigue book and follow the food lists given........


''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
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Dale_TK
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 Lola, glad you mentioned that, I need to do that too & make a shopping list out.  Thanks!  Dale
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Wednesday, January 10, 2007, 7:38am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Now, I am Scared! I should find a good dentist for this.
I have a fatigue book, thanks. I think I will look in to finding out if I have a candida or not? I have tried spit test, seems like I have it, but I want to make sure with better test, if avaible? I will ask my family doctor about candida also, I have the symptoms out of 10, 8 which is possible I have it top of the EBV virus. Ohhhffff..If I also have mercury poisoning , I don't want to think about it...
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 Hi Alia, thanks for the encouragement!  I will be starting again, because I really went off the wagon badly during the holidays. I gained wt. &  like an alcoholic with sugar when I get started & know better.

Oh well, the world hasn't ended quite yet because of me disappointing myself, or others by not being more compliant.  Happy new yr. to everyone!   Dale


Hi Dale!  I hope you are having a great new year!

It happens to the best of us.  The nice thing about BTD is, you can just pick yourself up and start anew.  Empty the cupboard of all the avoids in the house and start fresh.  There are some "Fresh Start" threads  in the Sky Saw forum where members wanting to start fresh go to hang out and give each other support.

Hope this helps!


Knowledge is power.  SWAMI gives you the diet that will unlock the key to better health, and it's all based on your unique individuality.

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 Thanks Betsy, I will do that & appreciate the info.   Dale
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Ozlem,
Don't get overwhelmed...  We can only start where we are and make progress at our own speed.  Most of us have more to fix...  Just move forward one step at a time, but run if you can....!


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