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One more thing to consider

Posted By: Karel (A+)
Date: Wednesday, 3 February 1999, at 11:54 a.m.

In Response To: Re: Incorrigible? (Tony (A))

Hi Tony,

there is one more thing to consider: low blood glucose may indicate a problem in GTF formation (glucose tolerance factor), which is often due to a deficiency of its main component: CHROMIUM. Try taking 200 micrograms of Chromium per day. The best forms of supplements are chelates and organic ones like Chromium picollinate (it is listed on Steve Shapiro's site as an AVOID for all blood groups, but I do not know why - it works), Chromium lactate, Chromium gluconate etc. 99 percent of all people in the US and Europe have a chromium deficiency.
I had some food sensitivities and still have some, but they decreased with ER4YT, and even more decreased with Chromium picollinate.
I think you should fight your problems on all possible fronts: supplementing, ER4YT, regular exercise, Zone, staying outside - having a lot of sun and fresh air, eating many small food doses per day, sleeping a lot, avoiding too much stress, doing regular relaxation, and studying everything you can read on your problems. Good luck! Karel


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