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Postby Leonard » Mon Dec 20, 2010 1:48 pm

Cece wrote: I'm like that too, Leonard, it's why I focus on the glucose side of CCSVI! It might tie in to heat intolerance too; glucose levels in the blood vary more dramatically when it's hot outside, it's something that diabetics have to take into account in the summer. I am also trying now to have some light protein before I go to bed, since sleep is in particular a "danger" time with poor blood flow. If you read Cheer's research on REM sleep, it tied into this because REM sleep takes a lot of glucose and in glucose-deprived brains, it could be why some pwMS report not dreaming and why some liberatis report a return of dreams.


Cece, you are right, sleep is in particular a danger time with poor blood flow. but then, why have some light protein before you go to bed? and what is that, what should I think of?
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Postby Cece » Tue Dec 21, 2010 8:03 am

Leonard, just saw that, for me it's just that I tend to eat dinner around 6 but maybe not go to bed until midnight, so I consciously eat something before bed so that it's not such a long fast before breakfast. It was actually advice I'd read when I was pregnant to avoid morning sickness, to keep the blood sugar more stable I suppose. My particular snacks might be a glass of milk, leftover chicken, my workout protein drink, chips...shhh on that last one... :) No RCT has been done on my midnight snack choices, alas.... :)
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Postby concerned » Tue Dec 21, 2010 10:35 pm

MrSuccess wrote:again .... you are OVERREACTING ...... and I suggest your time is up as a moderator ..... you need to step down ..... you are confused and cannot distinguish good debate from arguing .....



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