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General Discussion / Re: Sorry I've been missing in action
« Last post by Barbara from New Jersey on February 14, 2019, 07:14:10 AM »
Hi Rita and Deanna!


Hope both of you are still doing well. 


Along the same line of re-thinking the cause of your health issues, a man named Morely Robbins developed something called Rootcauseprotocol.com

He discusses ways of getting rid of the excess iron and making copper bioavailable.  There is also a facebook blog.  This is another area worth looking at.  Donating blood will remove some of the excess iron.  He believes that food is important and that it should be an ancestral type diet and specifies various supplements and why they work and why some don't.  Remember diatomaceous earth?  Bee pollen?  Both quite beneficial.  Ascorbic acid is nearly always corn based and should be avoided.  Lots more information.

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Introduce Yourself to the Wheat Free Forum / Re: Hi all
« Last post by ken979 on February 13, 2019, 03:09:52 PM »
HI I new to this but I get an error message when I try to post


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ForbiddenYou don't have permission to access /index.php on this server.

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Can someone help :(
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Introduce Yourself to the Wheat Free Forum / Re: Hi all
« Last post by ken979 on February 13, 2019, 03:07:42 PM »
hi
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General Discussion / Re: Sorry I've been missing in action
« Last post by Rita on February 07, 2019, 08:13:18 PM »
What a nice surprise to see you Deanna!   How are you doing?
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General Discussion / Re: Sorry I've been missing in action
« Last post by deanna in AR on February 06, 2019, 08:35:08 AM »
Hi Rita, I checked the forum a few days ago and I'm reading your MIA study. Just wanted to touch base with you!
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General Discussion / Sorry I've been missing in action
« Last post by Rita on January 29, 2019, 07:46:57 AM »
Hi everyone,

I don't know if anyone is still reading this forum. I took an 8 month break, because the low carb diet was not working for me, and I really had to figure things out. In that 8 months, I got rid of all my belief systems about food and did a ton of research.   What I found was quite surprising.

I wrote an article about it.   It's a long article, but I think it's worth the read:

Is Diabetes an Infection?   A New Perspective on the Cause of Weight Gain and Type 2 Diabetes
https://holistichealthjam.com/is-diabetes-an-infection
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General Discussion / Kefir?
« Last post by hismaimai7777 on November 29, 2018, 01:51:39 AM »
i know this is OT..but I have been experimenting with my milk based kefir grains...they can be trained off milk, although some people claim that they have to be revitalized in milk once a month. so far i have tried coconut milk, coconut water, help milk, rice milk, soy milk, almond milk....
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General Discussion / Re: Should you be on a ketogenic diet long term?
« Last post by jennifertolley on October 10, 2018, 02:31:25 AM »
For those who prefer to read, there's a full transcript at the WB blog posting of that video.
The way I convey the message is: do chronic keto only if it's the most benign treatment for a chronic condition (but mind the gut flora in any case).
Chronic keto does not appear to be an ancestral diet.
KD is a tool in the Undoctored/WB box for short term use for various reasons. It's clearly a human adaptation for most genotypes, although most likely experienced in the wild as periods of involuntary fasting than as periods of fat-as-only-food.
Chronic keto is a current food fad. In addition to the microbiome concerns, I have to wonder if people doing it are fully informed on key micronutrients to mind (D3, I, Mg), or even optimal fat choices.
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It was definitely a psychological response to the diet.
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General Discussion / Re: Should you be on a ketogenic diet long term?
« Last post by Bob Niland (Boundless) on September 30, 2018, 07:17:19 AM »
For those who prefer to read, there's a full transcript at the WB blog posting of that video.
The way I convey the message is: do chronic keto only if it's the most benign treatment for a chronic condition (but mind the gut flora in any case).
Chronic keto does not appear to be an ancestral diet.
KD is a tool in the Undoctored/WB box for short term use for various reasons. It's clearly a human adaptation for most genotypes, although most likely experienced in the wild as periods of involuntary fasting than as periods of fat-as-only-food.
Chronic keto is a current food fad. In addition to the microbiome concerns, I have to wonder if people doing it are fully informed on key micronutrients to mind (D3, I, Mg), or even optimal fat choices.
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Bob Niland [disclosures] [topics] [abbreviations]
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General Discussion / Re: Sleep problems lately...
« Last post by Bob Niland (Boundless) on September 29, 2018, 10:26:43 AM »
hismaimai2000: so, we started this WOE on Monday.

Which WOE, and if Undoctored or Wheat Belly, based on what reference information?

re: Takes me a long time to fall asleep and then I wake up far more often than usual for me. Is that a common reaction? I don't mind being more alert during the day, but nights are for sleeping!

Here are some sleep tips.

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