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Yeah Kat, metals and candida really go hand in hand...they love each other. <_< I think I may be the only one still taking chlorella. I've taken it since January on the advice of my BioSET lady, but EVERY doctor I have wants me to keep taking it...my LLMD, the HN doctors, Scott the ART guy... I take it in liquid form which I get from my BioSET person...it ain't cheap and I think tastes nasty, lol. It's about $25 for a small bottle which lasts me about a week. There are some good capsule brands though too...I can't remember the name of them though... :( I'll see if I can find the info.

Aw Rachel, stupid argumentative mood swing from boss! Sheesh, what happens in a week's time?! Work weekends...? You'd get two days off during the week right? I've done that, but didn't like it much. Never thought it would make a difference since I'm single, but my friends and family all had weekends off at the time, so really never did much.

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Here's a little info on chlorella

http://www.healingdaily.com/oral-chelation...f-chlorella.htm

Health Benefits Of Chlorella

Heavy metal removal using chlorella

Chlorella is a powerful detoxification aid for heavy metals and other pesticides. Numerous research projects in the U.S. and Europe indicate that chlorella can also aid the body in breaking down persistent hydrocarbon and metallic toxins such as mercury, cadmium and lead, DDT and PCB while strengthening the immune system response. In Japan, interest in chlorella has focused largely on its detoxifying properties - its ability to remove or neutralize poisonous substances from the body.

This detoxification of heavy metals and other chemical toxins in the blood will take 3 to 6 months to build up enough to begin this process depending on how much chlorella a person is taking. Chlorella is a food. As such, it is almost impossible to take too much chlorella. It is also this fibrous material which greatly augments healthy digestion and overall digestive track health.

How Does Chlorella Detoxify Your Body?

Chlorella is comprised of a fibrous, indigestible outer shell (20%) and its inner nutrients (80%). It is the fibrous material which has been proven to actually bind with the heavy metals and pesticides - such as PCBs - which can accumulate in our bodies.

A clean bloodstream, with an abundance of red blood cells to carry oxygen, is necessary to a strong natural defense system. Chlorella's cleansing action on the bowel and other elimination channels, as well as its protection of the liver, helps keep the blood clean. Clean blood insures that metabolic wastes are efficiently carried away from the tissues.

Chlorella gets its name from the high amount of chlorophyl it possesses. Chlorella contains more chlorophyl per gram than any other plant. Chlorophyl is one of the greatest food substances for cleansing the bowel and other elimination systems, such as the liver and the blood.

Green algae are the highest sources of chlorophyl in the plant world. And of all the green algae studied so far, chlorella has the highest, often ranging from 3 to 5% pure natural chlorophyll.

Chlorella is a key detoxification tool

Hemoglobin is the protein in our red blood cells which binds with oxygen and gives blood its bright red color. Chlorophyll cells are nearly identical to hemoglobin, with one exception: Chlorophyll has a magnesium molecule at its center while hemoglobin has an iron molecule at the center of it.

This is important because magnesium is essential for the heart to function properly. Every time our heart beats, it is utilizing magnesium to do so.

Chlorophyll is effective against anemia and stimulates the production of red blood cells in the body. It also helps carry oxygen around the body and to the brain. This is why chlorella is often called a 'Brain Food'.

Several researchers have suggested the use of chlorophyll as a medical therapy for anemia.

Chlorella Will Improve Your Digestive System

Since chlorella has such a high chlorophyll content, people find chronic bad breath is often eliminated in just a few days on chlorella. Foul smelling stools are also greatly improved and chlorophyll has been attributed to relieving constipation.

Chlorella Shown To Be Helpful in Fighting Cancer

Interferon is one of our body's greatest natural defenses against cancer. One of the ways we fight cancer is to use agents to stimulate macrophage production and activity. Interferon is a natural secretion of the body which is thought to be a stimulator of macrophages and tumor necrosis factor.

Chlorella stimulates the activity of macrophages and T-cells by increasing interferon levels thus enhancing the immune system's ability to combat foreign invaders whether they are viruses, bacteria, chemicals or foreign proteins.

Chlorella Contains Natural Digestive and other Enzymes

Chlorella contains enzymes such as chlorophyllase and pepsin, which are two digestive enzymes. Enzymes perform a number of important functions in the body. Chlorella has many different types of enzymes that our bodies need.

It is essential that any chlorella you take is NOT freeze dried or pasteurized. If it is, then you have lost the crucial benefit of enzymes such as these.

Chlorella is Alkaline and Helps Balance Your Body's pH

It's important that we maintain a balance body pH of ideally about 7.2-7.4, which is about neutral. However, because of our poor diet of junk food, overcooked, processed foods, fast food, which include soft drinks which have a pH of 2.7, most of us are not balanced.

This is important because most diseases start, live and thrive in an acidic environment and do not live well in an alkaline environment. Cancer rates have risen steadily so that now fully 1/3 of all people in the U. S. will get cancer in their lifetime.

The rise of fast, junk and processed foods match those of rising cancer rates. 30 years ago, cancer in children was almost unheard of. Now they have entire hospital wards given over to children with cancer. Including whole foods like chlorella in your diet is one step you can take toward reducing your risks for cancer.

Chlorella Normalizes Blood Sugar and Blood Pressure

Studies have shown that chlorella tends to normalize blood sugar in cases of hypoglycemia. In hypoglycemia, blood sugar is too low. Proper levels of blood sugar are necessary for normal brain function, heart function and energy metabolism, all of which are crucial in sustaining good health and preventing disease.

High blood pressure is one of the major risk factors in heart attack and stroke, which account for more fatalities in the United States than any other disease. Laboratory experiments have shown that regular use of chlorella reduces high blood pressure and prevents strokes in rats.

You can find the best price on the internet for high quality chlorella here . I encourage you to compare with other merchants on the internet and you will see what I mean.

The pillars of a good mercury detoxification program are chlorella, N-acetyl-cysteine (NAC), MSM and the herb cilantro, which is discussed here. My favorite source for organic cilantro in 1 pound bags is here. Garlic is also a good mercury chelator.

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We are looking into raw milk, or should I say we will be once we get the ok from Dr. E. She had written continue gluten-free/cf on Talitha's ART form but Micah needs more calcium (I'm pretty sure we all could) and I've read recently on Mercola's site that supplements don't provide the bone mass like food sources do. We hope to go visit some farms nearby in August.

Andrea,

I've heard so much about the Casein-Free among us having a decent chance at being ok w/ non-cow milk products, I can't help but ask whether you've tried any for T.

I'm actually midway thru a goat feta cheese test right now. Been meaning to mention it and ask if anyone has any experience w/ this sort of thing.

It was soooooooooooo tasty!! Not "goaty" in the least. Made 'locally' - well out of the desert but not far by western state standards.

And I cannot wait to get back to the Bay Area. There are some Gold Medal goats in Marin county that I've even seen on some traveling epicurean show on the Food Network. (Hmm psyched as long as no ill effects during this test anyway)

Any GFCFers here try any goat/sheep/yak/wildebeest/ox/gnu/llama/alpaca/impala/oryx/caribou/antelope/etc etc products??? :lol:

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Yes, I am currently trying goat milk yogurt and sheep milk yogurt. I seem to be doing okay with them, but am also trying hard to NOT have it every day. I had goat Sunday, sheep yesterday and today nothing. I love yogurt though! Love it. I missed it a lot, lol.

I am also trying the Goatein whey powder. I'm doing that very slowly...only half a scoop on my "goat" days, lol.

I'm not sure I'll know if it's affecting me badly until I get a sinus infection though. I think casein might have been the main culprit in my chronic congestion for that 3 year period where I had constant sinus infections.

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Any GFCFers here try any goat/sheep/yak/wildebeest/ox/gnu/llama/alpaca/impala/oryx/caribou/antelope/etc etc products??? :lol:

Popping in:

Yes. I tried raw goat cheese. It was okay for about 4-6 weeks. The symptoms built up slowly, until there was no doubt in my mind that I could no longer tolerate it.

Be careful if you start to experience cravings.

Okay popping back out.

:)

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Not "goaty" in the least. Made 'locally'

Once I was in Wild Oats with Chloe ... she saw goat milk and said, "Yuck! I HATE goat milk!"

I was puzzled and asked her where she had ever had goat milk ... we knew these people where we used to live who had goats ... Chloe used to spend the night at their house all the time ... they had fresh goat's milk every day! If I still lived there, I'd be buying milk and eggs from them!!

We had our phone consult today.

Chloe will stay on the same meds. She is adding Detoxamin, ALA, and NAC for her lead chelation ... she did not have mercury. We're talking in terms of "cure" for Chloe! YAY! She'll be on meds for 3 or 4 months, then switch over to herbs.

For me, we're talking remission because there's no way to tell if you get all the spirochetes in someone who's had it this long.

I'll be on meds for 12-18 months total, then we'll go to herbs or detox protocols. They've switched over to this regimen and have been having more luck with it than keeping people on meds for years.

She thinks the D is more from stopping the Cipro, which was killing the Citrobacter and Klebsiella than from the Amoxy. She doesn't want to put me back on the Cipro because it's one of the strongest ... if you get resistant to it, there's nowhere else to turn. So, she's starting me on Plant Tannins, Uva Ursi, Berberine, and Oregano, which all kill the bad bacteria. If this doesn't work, we'll talk about going back on the Cipro.

I told her this month wasn't as good as last month, but that was only because we were switching around the meds ... when I started on Cipro, I had a bad week with it, then starting back on the Amoxy, I had another bad week, which I'm just now coming out of.

Overall, I'm getting better, folks! :D Lisa, and the rest of you who are struggling, hang in there, the fight is definately worth it. I have my ups and downs ... just a few days ago, I wrote in my journal that I was ready to quit ... but what does that mean, exactly? You CAN'T quit ... you're stuck with this ... you either feel bad and get worse, or you hang in there, do what you can, and hope to get better. It's not like we chose this path.

God definately pushes you all the way to your limit because the very next day, I played flute at a funeral ... and believe it or not, it was the start of an upbeat day. Someone asked how I handled playing at funerals ... this was actually my first one ... it was really beautiful from the outside looking in ... it was a celebration at the end of a man's life, just like a Baptism is the celebration at the beginning.

From what I could tell, the guy had a great sense of humor so would have been very pleased having a flute player handicapped with braces play at his funeral ... a lot more appropriate than his friend the professional flute player who was in the congregation! :o Thank goodness I didn't know that till AFTER the Mass, I would have choked. :huh::P

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I have a new avatar. I got all dolled up yesterday. It sucks having to take your own pic. I did pretty good considering! What do you think?

Very nice, Jin :)

I got a jury summons! :angry: This is NOT happy news, lol. They seem to LOVE me there. I've been seated on a jury once already, and have had to report in person a couple of other times. <_< Anyway,

OMG--I know what you mean! I've been called several times in the last few years. I served once, once sat through jury selection, but was not picked, and once got out of it because they called me twice in 3 years.

Sorry about the bad timing...but at least your apointment was moved up and you didn't have to push it back. I'll hope it will be an easy stint, at least :)

Thanks for the interesting info on chlorella.

I'm not feeling too happy today. :(

I'm so sorry to hear this :( People can be so difficult sometimes. Don't let it get in the way of your excitement about tomorrow--you've been looking forward to this day for so long.

And, if you can't vent to us, who can you vent to? ;):D

Well, I've made my appointment.

Kat, Best of luck with your appointment! Sounds like you're in good hands :)

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Oh, I'm sad, sad, sad. I've opened the proverbial can of worms on myself.

I guess it's time to open the other can - The can of Whoop-@$$. It's about time anyway. I've been ignoring the realities of my life for some time. Tchhhhhh

Eh no need for sadness. I'm sure you've taken far more drastic and difficult health-related measures in the past, present and future.

*STRICT* diet and some pills & powders (from ND) are all it seemed to take me.

Oh, and learning to cook! :lol:

It'd be good to do the anti-candida diet as your are taking care of these issues ... I tend to agree with Tom ... white tongue, how can it not be candida?

While I don't know all the 'usual suspects' in a case of lenguablanca (hehehe), the clincher has to be the tongue becoming normal-looking :P while on the diet mentioned. That IS the anti-candida diet, except . . . .. .grrrr can't go look . . . . . .was it some fruit?

"Play it, Sam"

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Taking care of the metals in your mouth should help with the candida. Another thing that contributes to candida are birth control pills (don't know if that's an issue). Of course, quitting smoking should help your immune system immesely.

It'd be good to do the anti-candida diet as your are taking care of these issues ... I tend to agree with Tom ... white tongue, how can it not be candida?

Do you take probiotics?

Okay, monthly phone consult is in five minutes. :)

I've been making a really spotty attempt at taking probiotics (pretty much when I remember - which isn't much). I'll get back on those. I take something called Florify (by Lame Advertisement) - 5 billion ... Lactobacillus acidophilus, bifidobacterium lactis. I know it would be beneficial, but I'm just lazy about taking them.

Okay, I'm feeling a little more stable now. A little more encouraged. Thanks.

Here's a little info on chlorella

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Thank You Donna - I've bookmarked that site. I think I should probably have been on Chlorella for a while now. The PH thing is definitely an issue with me, or I wouldn't have foamy pee - has something to do with specific gravity I think - scuze the candidness of that ! :o

It looks like there are a lot of reasons for me to take it. I'll start out slow & see how I tolerate it.

>>>>>By the way, on the subject of pee :o I wanted to let you guys know that I pee in that stupid orange jug every time I see my doc. It's a 24 hour urine test and I have to re-organize and re-orient the refrigrator every time. It's a drag, man. So, I only feel a little bit sorry for you guys when you have to do it. <_<

I should be up & out already! :o

ESPECIALLY w/ it only 85 degress so far!

Phx in July doesn't DO that! It's been 100 by 10am most of the month. <sweaty emoticon>

I'm feelin' for you sir. I grew up in Bakersfield - ran cross country in 118 degree temps regularly during conditioning. My sister lives in Phoenix too, but she deserves it ! You don't - get out now - while you're still breathing.

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.......

We had our phone consult today.

We're talking in terms of "cure" for Chloe! YAY! She'll be on meds for 3 or 4 months, then switch over to herbs.

For me, we're talking remission because there's no way to tell if you get all the spirochetes in someone who's had it this long.

Overall, I'm getting better, folks! :D Lisa, and the rest of you who are struggling, hang in there, the fight is definately worth it. I have my ups and downs ... just a few days ago, I wrote in my journal that I was ready to quit ... but what does that mean, exactly? You CAN'T quit ... you're stuck with this ... you either feel bad and get worse, or you hang in there, do what you can, and hope to get better. It's not like we chose this path.

How exciting about Chloe working toward a "cure". Yay !

And, remission is worth working toward. I would be ecstatic if I were "in remission". I've been watching the struggles you all have been going through, and it's reassuring to hear you say that the fight is worth it.

Apparently, I can't stop talking today. Plus, I'm only half way to being able to caption my avatar. Hope I'm not a bother, but I can't seem to stop. I should go do some laundry ... or cook something or something. Okay, I'm off ... really.

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Dear Susie,

It looks like now we are going to have four people as Queens of Lazy! :lol:

. . . . . .

. . . . Let's see, we need another activity for us now that there are four. How about watching hot Hawaiian men play with fire? That sounds appropriate. It is difficult to get bored with that. I think that will suffice as our other duty.

It wasn't until the Hawaiian bit that this Sultan of Sloth (d'oh! now I see u said "sloth ~.5km later in this very post. & to think I thought I was being original :( OK then, how about Rajah of Relaxation? Imam of Idle Indolence? Laggardly Lord of Listlessness even will do in a pinch! :P ) felt the urge to crash the Luau of Laziness.

Grass skirts & skilled (female!) hawaiian hips far exceed any minimum boredom-prevention measures generally taken.

<omg there's GOT to be a "grass skirt"/"sod off" joke in there SOMEwhere!!>

Between that fire you've got your men playing w/, and the grass skirts over here, I say bring your camera-phones and a bucket of water! :o:D:lol:

Dear tom,

You remember Emily! ;) I loved that! I miss SNL! It will never be as good as it was with the original cast! By the way, that character was based off of Gilda Radner's nanny growing up.

D'oh at 1st I thought u meant the Emily I just met on TickleMe thread.

But that would make zero sense.

Litella!! Never heard it was nanny-based. How funny! :lol:

Yep, cold turkey Candida Diet is out! I am doing good though. You would be proud of me. Yesterday, I was in Wal-Mart, and saw the Jif display. I told myself no! Peanut butter is like crack, you cannot stop once you are on it! It's the mycotoxins, man! :blink:

:lol: Way to go!

Hard to stop, but it's probably much rarer for PB lovers to blow off a week of work to spend more time w/ the PB.

I also got a couple of mangoes! Can you eat the peel? I have never eaten one before!

Mmmmmmm mangoes . . . . . . . :wub:

You try the flip inside-out trick?

OMG! You know the word biznatch!? :o

Fo'shizzle mah Jizzle! :P

Dear Kat,

Yes, now Susie must join us. We all shall lounge in sloth! All hail the Queens of Sloth and Laziness!

Aaaaaaaaaaack! Your cursed usage of Sloth here sent me into a mental thesaural tizzy.

A thesizzy!! :o

Dear Everybody,

The dentist appointment went well.

Great to hear!

<wow this took me forever, w/ my stoplight typin'>

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Dear Mango,

Craving are a bad sign, for sure! That is an indication of addiction. Addiction is often accompanying a sensitivity. :( Gluten was addictive, too. I am glad I am off of that crap!

Dear Patti and tom,

Thank you for the compliments on the new avatar! Yesterday I flipped the camera all over the place! The best shot just did not show all of the time. I had to play around with the camera for a bit.

Finally, I got a shot that was decent.

Dear tom,

Kat certainly has the signs of Candida! That stupid fungus! At least we all know what to do. I am working on mine. It is a process.

Dear Patti,

This is the place! We can gripe, whine, or laugh anytime on this thread! We are family! Kat is in the right place! Everyone belongs together.

Dear Donna,

Thank you for the scientificness on chlorella! ;) That might help my blood sugar? That would be great! Then maybe I would not crave sweets all of the time, and be able to detox a little. Also, I know someone who might need it for their hemoglobin. My best friend's mother has cold autoimmune hemolytic anemia.

The negativity at work is so hard to deal with. You can only take so much. I think that is part of the reason Dad got so much more difficult lately. When he worked at IBM, he had a terrible boss. If you get to the point where you dread going to work everyday, you know you are unhappy.

Dear Carla,

That is wonderful news about Chloe! The cure is near! :) Plus, you are in remission! We are glad to hear that! The past couple of months have been tough for you, I know.

Dear Kat,

Don't worry about it! We are here when you need us for complaining or anything else. That is why it is so wonderful. Your concerns are important. Do not hold back.

Candida certainly is troublesome. I have had the trifecta from Hell for it. I have been on birth control for cysts, steroids for asthma, and two to four courses of antibiotics per year from birth. I am a walking fungus. The tongue being white, severe PMS, headaches, fatigue, body pain, ringing in the ears, all of these are only a few of the 100 plus physical symptoms that can be caused by Candida. There are so many issues it can make for you.

Dear Everyone,

I want to thank everyone for your good energy you have been sending! It is really wonderful! The interview went well. Dad starts Monday! Plus, the health plan is better at this company. Also, the base salary is $14,000 higher annually than where he used to work! My parents are really grateful to you guys! HUGS! :wub::wub::wub::wub::wub::wub:

Sincerely,

Jin

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Andrea,

I've heard so much about the Casein-Free among us having a decent chance at being ok w/ non-cow milk products, I can't help but ask whether you've tried any for T.

Dr. nixed the raw milk.....said to eat more leafy greens as that is the best source.

Once I was in Wild Oats with Chloe ... she saw goat milk and said, "Yuck! I HATE goat milk!"

I tried goat milk once and hated it. I'm intolerant to it too. :)

Great news about Chloes abx being a short course. Hopefully she'll be over the worst of the herxing soon.

You're in remission? Did I read that right? I hope the lower dose meds help you out and you don't have to go back on the cipro.

Apparently, I can't stop talking today. Plus, I'm only half way to being able to caption my avatar. Hope I'm not a bother, but I can't seem to stop. I should go do some laundry ... or cook something or something. Okay, I'm off ... really.

Not a bother at all. We love hearing from you and are glad you're able to get your teeth taken care of..........as well as motivation for quitting smoking. :)

You are never a bother, Kat! You're going through some major things right now, and the people here understand. Post whatever, whenever :D

Yep.

I want to thank everyone for your good energy you have been sending! It is really wonderful! The interview went well. Dad starts Monday!

Great news! :D Hopefully he'll be able to swing some money into WB lyme tests for you real soon.

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Awwww Rachel. :( I'm sorry about the stress at work. That is not good.

I only kept the above part of the quote because it sounds like what happens when you get more toxic. With all the cookies you've been having, along with the stress at work......it's not a good thing. I would tend to believe that the cookies increased your intolerance level again and then the work situation has made things worse.

Well I think I know what my problem is today. :P

I Know whats coming tomorrow...and its not just my appt. :ph34r:

I get sooooo drained and tired always the day before I get my period...this never happened before I got sick. <_<

The cookies actually seemed to give me ENERGY ....a guy at my work told me he felt kind of "wired" from the cookies.....he only had a couple....I had ALOT more than that. :D

I was feeling really energetic and feisty from all the cookies....so yeah...me and my boss were going at it (she started it). I was on a cookie high. Don't mess with me when I've had too many cookies! :P

Anyways...I dont really have to work on the weekends now. :)

I used to WANT to work weekends....I always had weekdays off and I loved it....seperate days even...not even 2 days in a row. I was always in relationships with other people who worked for Safeway and everybody works on the weekends....so there was no sense in me taking those days off....even if I *could*.

Theres only one position in the store that gets weekends off....I got promoted to that position right before I got sick and at first I refused it because I did NOT want to have to be off on the weekends....it seemed almost "bizarre" to me....and LONELY. :huh:

So they ended up giving me the position and letting me work on Sundays. I found out pretty quick that it made my job ALOT harder taking one day off in the middle of the week....so I ended up taking weekends off and thats how its been ever since.

When I came back from disability I didnt keep my old position (too much brainfog)....they PROMISED me that if I stayed in that store and ran the dairy I could keep my weekends off. It works out for me now since I'm still sick and staying at my moms and not in a relationship.

So yeah....I kinda flipped out when she was telling me she wanted me to work on the weekends. Plus we had already been arguing so that just seemed like the last straw to me.

Anyways...I think things are back to normal now. :)

I was actually kind of surprised that throughout all of this drama and arguements.....I never got a bad reaction! Normally as soon as I get upset...or even raise my voice....I'm getting reactions...but it didnt happen this time! Even after all the cookies I'd been eating! :blink:

Thats the part that amazed me....I ate all these cookies and was able to handle all this stress without getting too messed up. :)

I *did* get more sensitive to perfumes though. :(

Stupid yeast! :angry:

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Well, I've made my appointment. It's August 16 (2 weeks after my "quit" date). Now I'm committed.

YAY!

Congrats on making the commitment! :D

She brought up candida. I'm beginning to think that I may have a lot of problems that I never knew about before Rachelville. One thing that I have to do that maybe is a little different is that I have to take a slam of antibiotics and auth from my nephrologist before and after the cleaning and any procedures.. This isn't new - I had to do this for my last cleaning too. Anyway, HERE WE GO !

Yup....the mercury and the Candida go hand in hand. Like Donna said...they LOVE each other.....thats what all my Dr.'s say too....that they are "attached at the hip".

The good news is that while you're ridding yourself of the mercury you'll also be ridding yourself of the candida. :)

You'll probably have to continue on some sort of metal detox program after the amalgams are removed to totally eliminate the candida situation. Also some sort of candida diet/antifungal treatment. Definately getting the fillings out is gonna take a HUGE burden off of your immune system.

I'm excited for you! :D

Chlorella is great for "mopping up" the mercury in the gut. If I could tolerate it....it would be my first choice. Right now I'm sensitive to it though. :(

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Dear Patti and Andrea,

Yes, we are celebrating today! I told my parents my friends have great energy!

I knew it would work! It did, too! I just do not want him to tell my grandfather. His thoughts are like black magick! Whenever Dad mentions things to my grandfather, things start to suck.

I hope we can get the Lyme testing done as well. My doctor was supposed to get back to me about IgeniX. I called the other week, and they said she had not had time to take care of it yet. I am kind of annoyed right now. I am thinking I could die, and I kind of need to take care of this now. What is it with doctors not having priorities?

Dear Laura,

Hello again! Welcome back! How was your trip? What did you guys do? I hope you did not wear yourself out.

Dear Rachel,

That time of the month always makes things suck! My best friend and a lot of other women I have spoken to say they get really weepy beforehand. my best friend said she cries over everything there is to cry about before her period comes. I have one everyday, and have for two years! I am not anemic, though.

Sincerely,

Jin

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Dear Everyone,

I want to thank everyone for your good energy you have been sending! It is really wonderful! The interview went well. Dad starts Monday! Plus, the health plan is better at this company. Also, the base salary is $14,000 higher annually than where he used to work! My parents are really grateful to you guys! HUGS! :wub::wub::wub::wub::wub::wub:

YAY!

Glad your dad got the job...and an increase in salary even! WOO-HOO! :D

Laura,

Welcome back....hope you had a fun time. :)

Ok...I gotta go fill out lots of paperwork for tomorrows appt.

The paperwork says I'll get copies of all notes taken tomorrow but I can also bring a tape recorder if I wish to record everything.

I've always wanted to do this! I'm gonna go try to find one tonight. The appt. is gonna be from 2 to 2 and a half hours long....so yeah....lots of info. for me to dingo. :rolleyes:

I wont have to concentrate so hard if I know its all getting recorded. B)

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I'm back----and yall have been busy!

xoxo

Welcome back Laura. I hope you had a nice, relaxing time.

Anyways...I think things are back to normal now. :)

I'm glad you got things worked out. :)

I hope we can get the Lyme testing done as well. My doctor was supposed to get back to me about IgeniX. I called the other week, and they said she had not had time to take care of it yet. I am kind of annoyed right now. I am thinking I could die, and I kind of need to take care of this now. What is it with doctors not having priorities?

I would be highly annoyed as well. :angry:

The paperwork says I'll get copies of all notes taken tomorrow but I can also bring a tape recorder if I wish to record everything.

I've always wanted to do this! I'm gonna go try to find one tonight. The appt. is gonna be from 2 to 2 and a half hours long....so yeah....lots of info. for me to dingo. :rolleyes:

I wont have to concentrate so hard if I know its all getting recorded. B)

You'll have to call this weekend and tell me all about it.......especially since you'll have it recorded......of course you could email if you wanted to type it all up. :P

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Dear Rachel,

It is so great! We are all excited! Dad will need to find an office and stuff. My father was promoted at the other company before he was let go, but he ended up taking a pay cut. WTH? That was ridiculous. You should have seen how bad the company was being run. I bet they will go under in six months.

LED! LED! LED! Tomorrow is the big day! Aren't you excited? I am! :lol: It will be great! Tape recording it is a great idea! Remembering all of that stuff can be hard.

Dear Andrea,

My doctor has stuff to do, but still. This is a serious disease. It is not like you cannot die from it. I want to get well! Hopefully, I will get this taken care of soon!

Sincerely,

Jin

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Plus, you are in remission! We are glad to hear that!

You're in remission? Did I read that right?

No, remission is what we are working toward. They can't call it a cure for me because there's no way to tell whether there are still hidden spirochetes once the symptoms stop. It'll take at least another 6 -12 months of abx, then I switch to an herbal protocol. It won't be remission until I've gone two months with no symptoms.

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