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Posted by: DoS, Thursday, November 28, 2013, 9:22pm
I decided to try Intrinsa again because I am not sure I absorb stuff well given that any supplement tends to benefit me. Recently I though I'd try low glycemic wheat/glutn containing products but it seemed like a slow decline in health, and after stopping things go up some. Makes since right? Spend my few pennies I got on Intrinsa?

Well I took some yesterday, even a little extra. I woke up in the morningish time and the right side of my chest was sore. It felt like when I did sprints until I had a painful feeling in my chest but later felt super relaxed. But only one side... I had some chest pain recently when I took pantothenic acid, for around a week. Afterword I seemed more tolerant of blood sugar and stuff.  My poor digestion probably made me short on it.

Thinking back to my best digestion it was when I took a bunch of caprylic acid in solaray's Yeast Cleanse product. I experienced some interesting chest pain then too, but then my body started working somewhat right. Then it trailered off when I didn't get any further results and switched genotype diet (not knowing mine for sure). Well I though according to swamiE at the time I was an explorer when taking the Yeast Cleanse; but also I only had access to turkey so I didn't eat lamb until later after digestion started working normal.  Lamb however immediately made digestion not as complete however.

Anyway, it's starting to form a picture of serious issues with cholesterol. I'll stick with some caprylic acid when I can afford too, for now. But maybe there's something else I should be doing? Sometimes I buy an oz of acia berry and take a few spoonfuls, makes me feel good (it's suppose to help cholesterol too). I don't understand why I have such a runaway cholesterol issue, but it seems sort of obvious now. It's not a surprise that all the supps and stuff that should help a warrior didn't do anything if my cholesterol is impeding everything, with a lack of metabolism from being low on pantothenic acid (and maybe selenium?).
Posted by: DoS, Friday, November 29, 2013, 2:01am; Reply: 1
Is it possible to have congestive heart issues from candida?

Just a thought. I don't know how quickly things can changes in the congestion department. But today has been crazy as far as how my body feels; even a burst of energy today.
Posted by: AKArtlover, Friday, November 29, 2013, 2:37am; Reply: 2
Stress depletes magnesium. Toxins from this junk requires a lot from the body. And it's possible you are low anyway...
Posted by: DoS, Friday, November 29, 2013, 2:48am; Reply: 3
Intrinsa has magnesium.
Posted by: Goldie, Friday, November 29, 2013, 3:18pm; Reply: 4
Stress-chest-pain or indigestion feel very much alike.. could it be indigestion?

The way to tell instantly! is to take some stomach aid. like peptobismal.. some other form of anything to neutralize the acid within.

I had to take a young person to the emegency room 3 times in a week thinking she has heatr issues.. Pepto did the trick within 20 minutes.

Good luck.

for me lately I have indigestion worse than other times.. some bakingsoda might woirk .. if nothing else is available..
Posted by: DoS, Friday, November 29, 2013, 3:45pm; Reply: 5
It's not indigestion.
Posted by: DoS, Saturday, November 30, 2013, 8:33pm; Reply: 6
But I could be mistaken. I took some vitamin D that night too, and decided to do so last night and today. I feel way different and my sinus problem might go away (felt like it was going to go on forever). Either way the whole chest thing is weird.

Vitamin D has never done anything for me before, so I wouldn't have thought it would now. I've had the same dropper bottle for who knows how long (you get A LOT in tincture form or whatever it is).
Posted by: Tom Martens, Saturday, November 30, 2013, 10:44pm; Reply: 7
Quoted from DoS

I woke up in the morningish time and the right side of my chest was sore... I had some chest pain recently...for around a week...
My poor digestion...It's not indigestion.

Have you ever had your digestive tract X-rayed live after you've eaten.  It would show how and
where the food travels.

It's very rare but your digestive problems and chest pain could be related to a mis directed intestine pushing up into your chest cavity.

Get it checked out...

Just trying to help :)


Posted by: DoS, Sunday, December 1, 2013, 5:15am; Reply: 8
Chest pains are more likely the furthest away from eating.

I've been having brain fog. It's hard to concentrate. Driving earlier was tough.

After taking Intrinsa the other day I did have a strange BM that appeared almost furry or something, but light in color. I am a bit fearful of candida. But clearly my body is needing some vitamin D to work right; might explain back n forth on teeth coloration.
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