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  8. Self Diagnosed- And Fell Off The Wagon

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    Interesting you were craving thiamine. The body give us clues at times what it needs.I will reach out to Dr Lonsdale and Dr Marrs.  Thank you for the link to endometriosis and vitamins especially found in food being beneficial. Just all shows how perfectly balanced vitamins jobs are in our bodies.  
    Hi DebJ14. You must of been feeling very run down not being diagnosed for so many years and missing the vitamins you needed. I'm so glad you can now live life feeling good. In your case I can see genetic testing helped so much to determine a genetic reason for not absorbing vit D and B12.  I think it's best to get my daughter on a gfd and get her the supplements she needs and keep up w...
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