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Raquel
Sunday, December 20, 2009, 9:59pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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ABnw, how do you take Catalyst and Activator with food or empty stomach???



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Catalyst with food, activator with out.  I've been taking the activator right when I get up.  And I still take another probiotic in the middle to the day on top of that.  I need a lot of them lately it seems.  I take healthy start or primal defense in the day.  That's 2 hours after lunch on an empty stomach.

What about you?  I love talking to other AB's.  Why I don't know, I just do.


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I love talking to other AB's


me too!!!, because we can learn about experience from others ABs, and alsoTEACHER  


I'm taking now:
Quercetin Plus, (when I get up in the morning)

ACTIVATOR ,5 min before breakfast.
With Breakfast: SINERGYST (source important Omega 3/6 ), also Proberry , sometimes Multivitamin GTD or Zink+B6.

CATALYST with empty stomach because it has Quercetin and I hve read that  its better take quercetin with empty stomach...Im not sure if CATALYST can take with food???


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Those all sound great.  I take quercetin also in the morning on an empty stomach.  But my Doc recommends taking probiotics 2 hours after eating and/ or 1/2 hour before food.  So I usually take my empty stomach stuff when I get up in the morning and wait a while, 1/2 or 45 minutes before eating anything.

I take quite a bit more than you though.  It's crazy.  I don't always have to, I was getting down to about as many as you take but then I got sick in November and I need more.  I need quite a bit of stuff to kill yeast right now.  It's irritating.  My gut flora is just still not solid.


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So I usually take my empty stomach stuff when I get up in the morning and wait a while, 1/2 or 45 minutes before eating anything.


Me too, sometimes I take Quercetin with Poliflora AB at the same time, (1/2 hour before breakf.)

Well I dont have candida, but my gut is so sensitive , when I was just 20 y.o I was diagnosed with colitis ulcerative and I recovered with herbal medice.
How do you Know you have Candida????

I just received my Teacher supp. few days ago...... before I was taking POLIFLORA AB 2 times daily on empty stomach and also Deflect AB, QUERCETIN, PROBERRY, ZINK+B6 and CLOROFILLA...... sometimes INTRINSA .

At night MAGNESIUM citrate.




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Be carefull about checking too many items. Note: That in my test above checking "Do you have a history of bowel or digestive problems:", caused the person to loose protection against allergens even though both "Do you have a history of allergy or autoimmune problems:" and "Do you have a history of environmental sensitivities: " boxes were still checked.

When too many items are selected in SWAMI they will cancel each other out.



Now give me a hand here cause I know I checked all three.
history of bowel and digestive problems-i.e. hiatal hernia (Reflux) & Candida
History of Allergy and autoimmune-i.e., Celiac, dermatitis herpetiformis, Corn and potato allergy.
Am I right so far?
Now where does Dermatological Allergies (chemicals preservatives) count and What about when I walk down the detergent aisle and get sick form the smell of the perfumes, or from cigarette smoke? Are these environmental or allergy autoimmune related?

Have I confused you yet? waiting for your reply.






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Now give me a hand here cause I know I checked all three.
history of bowel and digestive problems-i.e. hiatal hernia (Reflux) & Candida
History of Allergy and autoimmune-i.e., Celiac, dermatitis herpetiformis, Corn and potato allergy.
Am I right so far?
Now where does Dermatological Allergies (chemicals preservatives) count and What about when I walk down the detergent aisle and get sick form the smell of the perfumes, or from cigarette smoke? Are these environmental or allergy autoimmune related?

Have I confused you yet? waiting for your reply.






I have very similar questions and concerns...I checked off that I had digestive problems but at the time I wasn't suffering from allergy problems (which I did
have in the past).I resolved allergy problems by not eating dairy or eggs..but
now I am eating both as recommended by SWAMI....and...now my nose is stuffy this winter and my ears feel clogged...I too had celiac 3 years ago but I'm not eating gluten so my gut symptoms aren't prevalent...

Are we supposed to check off issues we've had as part of our medical history or issues that were active when we filled out SWAMI?



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Now give me a hand here cause I know I checked all three.
history of bowel and digestive problems-i.e. hiatal hernia (Reflux) & Candida
History of Allergy and autoimmune-i.e., Celiac, dermatitis herpetiformis, Corn and potato allergy.
Am I right so far?
Now where does Dermatological Allergies (chemicals preservatives) count and What about when I walk down the detergent aisle and get sick form the smell of the perfumes, or from cigarette smoke? Are these environmental or allergy autoimmune related?


I would go ahead and check all three. When I said not to check too many, I was concerned that someone might decide they wanted to be healed of everything and check all the boxes (or 2/3rds of the boxes.

I personally like to check them run SWAMI and then uncheck one of the boxes and see how SWAMI changes things, but I am the kind that likes to tinker and experiment.


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I have very similar questions and concerns...I checked off that I had digestive problems but at the time I wasn't suffering from allergy problems (which I did
have in the past).I resolved allergy problems by not eating dairy or eggs..but
now I am eating both as recommended by SWAMI....and...now my nose is stuffy this winter and my ears feel clogged...I too had celiac 3 years ago but I'm not eating gluten so my gut symptoms aren't prevalent...

Are we supposed to check off issues we've had as part of our medical history or issues that were active when we filled out SWAMI?



If a question was in the History section, I interpreted that I should check something if I ever had experienced that condition even if I was not currently suffering from it.

But in this post:

http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?m-1258134492/s-3/highlight-history/#num4

I think Dr. D. is saying that we have flexibility and should check the conditions that we want SWAMI to address currently.

Uncheck those things SWAMI no longer needs to address.

If these conditions change (or reoccur) we can go back check the boxes and regenerate SWAMI so that it addresses our health needs at that time.


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I personally like to check them run SWAMI and then uncheck one of the boxes and see how SWAMI changes things, but I am the kind that likes to tinker and experiment.


wish all tinkers were like you Kent!!!

you wouldn t dream of accusing swami of inconsistencies after a tinkering session!!!


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Me too, sometimes I take Quercetin with Poliflora AB at the same time, (1/2 hour before breakf.)

Well I dont have candida, but my gut is so sensitive , when I was just 20 y.o I was diagnosed with colitis ulcerative and I recovered with herbal medice.
How do you Know you have Candida????

I just received my Teacher supp. few days ago...... before I was taking POLIFLORA AB 2 times daily on empty stomach and also Deflect AB, QUERCETIN, PROBERRY, ZINK+B6 and CLOROFILLA...... sometimes INTRINSA .

I was diagnosed by an ND a long time ago and I know the signs.  It goes up and down.  It's on the upswing right now.  My tongue gets whiter in between brushing, some gas, sometimes if it's on the upswing it affects my digestion, until I start throwing stuff at it that it doesn't like.  It used to be accompanied with a cloudy head feeling, but that has seemed to have subsided lately.  Praise the LORD.  I think that may have been more of a function of adrenals, or liver.  I'm not sure.  I'm taking and Adrenal supplement and that cloudy head feeling has not daunted me like it used to.  And interestingly enough, my gums have a tenancy to get inflammed easier in spots.  Bizarre.  Yeah, sometimes my head seems more clogged up than it should too.  When I eat garlic and ginger, my nose just runs.  

At night MAGNESIUM citrate.






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"Finally brothers, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is commendable, if there is any excellence, if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things." - Phillipians 4:8
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Chloe
Are we supposed to check off issues we've had as part of our medical history or issues that were active when we filled out SWAMI?


I think important issues of our medical history must be checked....

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ABNoWay
I was getting down to about as many as you take but then I got sick in November and I need more.  I need quite a bit of stuff to kill yeast right now.  


Maybe you were eating some Toxis or some Supp with avoids hidden....
Before my SWAMI I was eating Tomato, potatos, etc and some black dots because I was doing BTD/ Nomad Diet, so I didnt feel 100% ok.
Once I was taking Vit. C thinking it was 100% from Rose Hips, and sorprise it had acid ascorbic from corn it wasnt good for my gut...


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