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where my ideas will naturally fit


You know when you have a light bulb moment, I've just had one and this is where I need to be here and Chiropractic.

I believe that the medical profession underestimate the natural healing abilities of the human body, I've been trying to convince people on general and that just 'aint gonna happen.

Here is the place to be, taking vitamins and supps are good short term, but long term we need to establish ...
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Glutamic Acid

Hi all,
Just wondering if there is anyone out there with a better functioning brain than me that can tell me is glutamic acid bad or not?
Is it in all protein???
I have seen studies saying that MS patients have issues with metabolising it (see below) But I am wondering if it is coming from somewhere else rather than the diet and is ok to consume.

I want to buy this Pea protein powder ...
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G-Therapy, Dr. Oswal

Anyone has experience with Dr. Osval and G-therapy?
I read several arcticles about it and and saw that neurologists showed interest in studying his method with children with serious neurological illneses. He had MS patients as well. ... homeopathy
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my latest Vit D Levels

Just wanted to share with the rest of you. I just did a full blood workup, including Vitamin D 25 Hydroxy. I've been taking 7,000 IU daily, with a multivitamin (which incl. 15mg zinc citrate), in the mornings. I work in an office and try to get outside about 15 minutes a day. My levels came at 52 ng/mL. Would that be 130nmol/ML?

Anyway, I guess that number is kind of in the mid/high range. ...
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Low Minerals

I was diagnosed with MS several years ago and haven't taken any of the MS drugs due to their side effects. I had a neighbor with MS and she used to get awful reactions to interferon. Anyway, I've been doing ok trying to follow a nutrition approach taking vitamin d and several other supplements. Recently, for unrelated reasons, I had an extensive urine minerals test performed by Doctor's Data on my naturopath's recommendation. The ...
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I was wondering if anyone has any experience with metal detoxification using a zeolite product such as ACZ nano? I had a family member that recently visited a naturopath and was given a DMSA challenge test which came back high for lead. The naturopath is recommending a detox protocol using this zeolite. However, the final cost of the zeolite, follow-up visits and retesting is likely to be around $1400. I have read much on DMSA ...
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things that stimulate immune system

According to this magnesium and vit b stimulate it

<--- frustrated
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Re: Glutathione and the Role of Inflammation in MS

Excess Glutamate and insufficient Glutathione does lots of damage in the 2nd stage of MS. (DO NOT PANIC!!!) THIS IS ONLY TWO(2) PAGES LONG!~!!!!!!!!~!!!!!!!


Increase glutathione - reduce glutamate levels


One of the best ways to counter Glutamate excitotoxicity and resulting neuron deaths is to increase glutathione levels.

Unfortunately, glutathione supplements taken orally are very poorly absorbed and have not raised glutathione levels in the blood. ...
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Sublingual curcumin?

Curcumin has very poor absorption into the bloodstream via the gastrointestinal tract. What about a sublingual curcumin as an alternative? Would it be possible to just simply dump out the contents of a curcumin capsule under your tongue? Or perhaps mixing it with a little oil like olive oil or something?

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Valerian root

This is great and helps sleep, I take 3-5 an hour before bedtime and it helps greatly, along w/Epitol for nerve pain, makes for a nice sleep.

Anyone else take it?
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