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imracin68j

Member Since 02 Nov 2009
Offline Last Active Sep 29 2011 03:56 PM
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Melatonin Rules For Sleep Issues

20 September 2011 - 09:31 AM

I was having a hard time sleeping. Probably anxiety and who knows what else. I looked online at this stuff your body makes called melatonin which is actually a hormone your body creates when it's pitch dark during your sleep. It actually turns on all the other hormones in your body that fight diseases and cancers. It works by turning on your biological sleep clock. Your body creates melatonin during REM sleep which happens under complete darkness sleeping which is why people who work nights are more prone to cancers, because their body doesn't create melatonin under lighted sleep to fight the cancers. This is true for people who stay up till 4-5 in the morning. After a month I was sold. It's not habit forming and has very few if any negative side effects. And its really cheap. You can get it at and drug store for under 10 bucks. Go look it up, it's amazing stuff. Reports show it actually stops, prevents tumor growth and even retracts some forms of cancer. I believe this stuff is one of the worlds hidden secrets on cancer prevention and treatment. Do your own investigation.

My Daughter With Celiac Shows Them How It's Done

19 September 2011 - 03:25 PM

My daughter Sunnie, who was diagnosed with Celiac disease at 5 years old, went out and became the first girl to win a championship in the mini-dwarf division at Bakersfield Speedway. She started racing at 4 years old. The fans love her and she really made us proud. Here's a couple pics.

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On Celiac Diet For A Year, Now I Have Joint Pain

07 February 2011 - 05:50 PM

My 7 year old daughter was diagnosed with Celiac disease and my 50 year old mom died of intestinal cancer a year ago. I don't know if she had Celiac disease but alot of her symptoms lead me to getting my daughter tested. I have dealt with stomach issues for a while so I went gluten free along with my daughter. Many if not all of my symptoms have left but I have obtained joint pain. I feel like I'm getting joint deteriation. My wife has noticed joint issues as well, maybe not quite as bad as mine. She is gluten free now as well. Is there something in bread or flour that our joints/cartilage depends on? Thanks.