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Eric
Tuesday, March 3, 2009, 8:54am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I just wanted to make a comment about the ER4YT Encyclopedia and the health protocols.  I use them all the time when my friends ask me what they should do when illness befalls them... and it never fails!

Just a few weeks ago, a friend of mine (Type O) had a cough for weeks that she couldn't get rid of, so I gave her some mullein leaf and NAC.  She said that her cough cleared up within the next couple of days.  And just yesterday, I made a "house call" to another friend (Type A) who had been sick for a week with the flu, and had a lot of trouble breathing.  She was scheduled to see the MD at the campus health center today because she wasn't getting better.  I gave her some Quercetin (as outlined for A's under pulmonary support) with some green tea and grapefruit seed extract.  She said she cancelled her appointment to the Dr. today because for the first time she felt better.

Gosh, I can't get enough of this, it's great!  I just hope the FDA doesn't assassinate me.  Anyway, just wanted to express my gratitude for this lifestyle, and how it's so cool being able to help other people now that I've fixed my own problems.  I'm so glad I changed my major from Electrical Engineering to Health Science


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Hi. Eric, Don't it fell so good to help others?.


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Maria Giovanna
Tuesday, March 3, 2009, 9:41am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Ditto and bravo Eric,
I) discovered a 67 year old lady who find out by herself a sort of O diet and fitness routine and learned from me it is Dr D theory and advices 90 % Lucky this lady eh ! ( as your friends)
Maria Giovanna


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Eric, you are at the grassroots, teaching young people how to care for themselves and that this actually works.

Amazing work you are doing..

Do you give all this stuff away?


MIFHI

"Do not try to satisfy your vanity by teaching a great many things. Awaken people's curiosity. It is enough to open minds; do not overload them." Anatole France

"Healthy people have the least overt symptoms from eating avoid foods." Dr. D'Adamo
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working at a HFS makes things so much easier!
keep it up!


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Eric, do you have any male friends?


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kauaian
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Great job Eric.....I wish you were my daughter's friend.  When I try to give her advice on the BTD, she is so closed up.  I think because she thinks only old people need to watch what they eat.  I know I used to feel that way @ her age, but sooner or later it bites you in your you know where  
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Great job, Eric!  I understand the sentiment!



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Eric...lets hope the FDA never makes Quercitan or NAC presription drugs...if they do, it will be time for another revolution.


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Quoted from mikeo
...lets hope the FDA never makes Quercitan or NAC presription drugs....


I was thinking the same thing this morning about Quercitin too. Also Redoxa and Collinsonia. I'd be lost w/o them.  

Quoted from kauaian
.....I wish you were my daughter's friend.  When I try to give her advice on the BTD, she is so closed up.


yes, advice to or for our children is much more well received from their peers. parents know nothing don'tcha know  



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I just hope the FDA doesn't assassinate me.
      

Isn't it such a great feeling when you can help others!!!!

That's why i'm studying for a BS in natural health.


"Let food be thy medicine"

Dr. D has said many times that it's not about what you don't eat but what you do eat that makes the difference.  "Quoted by Jane"
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Yep that's for sure !  How did we ever keep them alive ?



yes, advice to or for our children is much more well received from their peers. parents know nothing don'tcha know  


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OOPS...how did I do that ?  My reply became part of the quote !  Glad my kid isn't on the forum !
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Eric
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Yeah, it does feel awesome to reach out a helping hand...especially when people will actually listen!   Yes, Andrea... I usually give stuff away, but only capsules at a time.  I can't really afford to be handing out bottles of supplements...lol.  But I keep a pretty good stock on hand.  And Leanne, I have guy friends, they just don't care about their health    I'm ok with the dense female interest though, as I'm sure you can imagine.  
I've found the best way to influence people is make sure they know you aren't judging them, and you're just there as an example and someone who's willing to lend a word of advice.  I know so many people who are turned off to nutrition just because of a bad experience with a friend or roommate who would cast judgement upon them because of everything they ate.  I can't blame 'em.


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Wow, Eric, great job!


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Yeah Eric, i know what you mean about people pushing stuff on you and i don't like to do it to others because i don't like it done to me!.

I always try to treat others how i'd like to be treated.


"Let food be thy medicine"

Dr. D has said many times that it's not about what you don't eat but what you do eat that makes the difference.  "Quoted by Jane"
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well done Bube .....btw.NAC works for every bt as
a great releaser when caughing coz it takes off the slime....and it is also a great stuff for liver issues and gives a kick to the metabolisme   ....


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Quoted from kauaian
Great job Eric.....I wish you were my daughter's friend.  When I try to give her advice on the BTD, she is so closed up.  I think because she thinks only old people need to watch what they eat.  I know I used to feel that way @ her age, but sooner or later it bites you in your you know where  


When our girls were teenagers and giving them advice about foods and supplements they were not that open to the ideas. (except maybe when they were sick)  At first, I would close up and not say too much, but as time went on I didn't care (but did care about them) if they rolled their eyes or whatever.  I took the advice from many, many wonderful people on here and plugged away at planting the seeds...baby steps, etc. Now that they are away at school I get phone calls, emails, MSN and facebook messages as to what to eat and take for this and that.  Our youngest (the A) has been the most reluctant over the years. We've always butted heads (a lot less since I've been on BTD/GTD ) She has even been calling me about some of her friends.

hawaiian...be informative, but not too overbearing.  I used to have a tendency to start giving information and keep going and going way over their brain absorption.  I learned to step back and give them what they needed and if they asked more...I gave more.  And...not to take it personally.   Good luck.

Debra

And as italybound puts it...
'yes, advice to or for our children is much more well received from their peers. parents know nothing don'tcha know'
           It really does get better as they age...it's those darn teenie numbers.  



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Quoted from Debra+

...be informative, but not too overbearing.  I used to have a tendency to start giving information and keep going and going way over their brain absorption.  I learned to step back and give them what they needed and if they asked more...I gave more.  And...not to take it personally.

Debra



Excellent insight, Debra.  
My daughter used to be completely resistant to hearing anything about food.  I gave her the space to mess up her health, making comments only in tiny increments.  In time, she began to ask for help and today, she is preparing to enter Naturopathic college.



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kauaian
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Thanks guys,
I will take your advice after all I'm way past the teen years    Will start planting the seeds right away.
Aloha,
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