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lindalee

Member Since 25 May 2006
Offline Last Active May 13 2014 05:51 AM
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#836256 Multiple Food Allergies/socializing

Posted by lindalee on 13 November 2012 - 09:53 AM

Your thoughts are your life.

Keep positive and positive things will happen.

Sounds like your body is healing since you are wanting to get out more. That is truly something to be grateful for.

Try positive affirmations and let go of limitation.

"My body is healing and I am going to have the right friends for my good."

Hope this helps.

Love and Light!
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#167598 Ridges In Fingernails

Posted by lindalee on 14 July 2006 - 07:54 PM

I have the ridges, too. I think biotin deficiency maybe? They are improving since going gluten free.

"Let's Get Well" by Adelle Davis....fingernails that split, break off , are extremely thin, or fail to grow indicate a lack of protein or vit. A, and the rate of nail growth has been used as a measure of protein adequacy......Transverse ridges are formed during menstruation and longitudinal ones occur when anemia is present. If nails are abnormal in any way, both vit A and protein should be markedly increased. Of the single aminio acids, the sulfur-containing ones rich in egg yolk stimulate nail growth most. Neither gelatin nor calcium helps nails....Frequent hangnails indicate Vit. C. protein,or folic acid is undersupplied....

I GUESS I MUST BE ANEMIC >>>I'LL GET SOME IRON. I ate my eggs tonight!!! :lol: :D :lol:
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