jimmylegs wrote:cyanocobalamin is on the shelves in most places d.t. shelf life. the bioavailable form methylcobalamin is the preferred supplemental form but food trumps supplements EXCEPT where therapeutic doses are required.
re milk, i'm on the other side of the fence on this one. once upon a time i would have bought this argument fully. at this stage i don't believe, even as a long term one-time vegan, that you can take correlation and get causality. i learned my lesson about demonizing entire food groups a long time ago. (also i don't really buy into the molecular mimicry theory).
stevelord wrote:Cows have been bred to such an extent that milk suppresses my immune system and is the only food that if I hold the container of milk in my hand, it also suppresses my immunity, via a mechanism I have posted elsewhere on this board.
HappyPoet wrote:Hi Steve and welcome to TiMS,
Milk isn't good for my system, so it's not part of my diet.
On a related matter, Andrew K Fletcher and his "inclined bed" idea started out just like you are now with your organic cotton ball idea, to pick just one of your ideas. Perhaps if you start to call your ideas hypotheses instead of theories, certain people will be appeased. If you search TiMS for the member name "andrewkfletcher," you'll read how he endured criticism from a few; however, MANY people started to incline their bed WITHOUT large, prospective, peer-reviewed, multi-center, double-blinded, controlled, and randomized studies. Steve, I hope you continue to share your ideas with us.
A tilted bed,
Flow for the head,
A cotton ball,
Easy and small.
stevelord wrote:Thank you Happy Feet. Why do people here think I am the enemy?
HappyPoet wrote:stevelord wrote:Thank you Happy Feet. Why do people here think I am the enemy?
Imho, some people are small- and close-minded, some have MS-related psych symptoms, and some lack compassion and understanding. Please give TiMS another chance--you've made friends here, and we have your back.
blossom wrote:hi steve, happy poet pretty much summed it up. i'm too one the ones that is glad you're here. and, i'd venture to say you have friends lurking and reading what you have to say with interest.
we all can have bad days especially with the beast they named ms a nipping at our rears 24-7.
stick around. only expect that some maybe like me can have a hard time getting back to your questions in a timely fashion because of our limitations and situations.
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