Quoted from GoldieNO doubt diet is the key, but some absorption issues might be a big issue also.
Could it be that with on analysis of the foods WE HERE do eat, looking at absorption and or the lack of enough nutrients for US HERE, that we could dramatically improve our situation?
I have a brother who suffers greatly from muscle cramping for decades.. could it be that he is not only drinking his 4-6 beer a day to change feelings or self worth, but also to drown the neuropathy? Could we all be suffering from the above examples? WOULD he be better served as seen not as the alcoholic, but a sick undernourished person?
I wonder if we could JOINTLY participate in a listing of (BTD) foods we eat, and compare our food intake and absorption and then ascribe our painful feelings along the side to see what correspondent results might come from it?
Quoted from ABJoe...So many people are convinced (or use the excuse) that they have to have agreement from their MD before they can change their diet, but fail to realize they change their diet based on advertisements, etc. without consulting the Dr....
alcoholics and diabetics are very often both severely magnesium deficient.