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Ohh The Pain..in My Muscles? Why?

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Okay I'm super sensetive I haven't eaten dairy I've been good with not cheating I've even bought soy free earth balance and dayia cheese in case I feel like dairy so I don't cheat(they aRe not the same but soso) I've gotten a little better every now and then I slip up(by accident) and get sick. I have all these new symptoms I can't tell now if its something I'm sensetive to or a small amount of cc cause I can definaty tell when its full out wheat. I work out about 4 times a weekytrying to gain muscle fast and I like that I get abs fast cause I'm skinny like a stick plus it relieves my stress but why do my muscle hurt sooooooooooo bad. I ate something(I don't know if its oil or cc) small abdominal pain and bad d..I normally get extreme abdominal pain from wheat and my muscles are on fire it honestly hurts sooooo bad this can't be from being sore from the gym I wanna scream and cry I can barley read what I'm typing its taking me like an hour to type it. I feel like I get new symptoms everytime I get sick but this one I got a few times and I can't figure out why it hurts my muscles. How do u tell the difference between sensetivities (I know I have a million) and cc? If it was cc would it be as bad as when I eAt something with wheat? Usually I can tell but I don't know anymore its so confusing and why does it hurt my muscles

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Okay, I'm guessing here. First, it's possible that the weight machines you used were used previously by people who had eaten gluten....in other words, you got cc'd. However, I think it's more likely that you are experiencing excess lactic acid buildup in your muscles. This can happen with poor oxygenation of the cells (either from iron anemia or another cause). The way to alleviate this is to take a particular ratio of Omega 6s to 3s (I kid you not!). Take 1/2 teaspoon of organic flaxseed oil along with 3/4 teaspoon of either grapeseed oil or safflower oil in a small glass of juice. If you do this daily, you will NOT have excess lactic acid buildup in your muscles. My reference for this advice is Brian Peskin's book, "The Hidden Story of Cancer." I've been doing this for four years, and I haven't had muscle pain in all that time (and I used to suffer terribly).

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Okay, I'm guessing here. First, it's possible that the weight machines you used were used previously by people who had eaten gluten....in other words, you got cc'd. However, I think it's more likely that you are experiencing excess lactic acid buildup in your muscles. This can happen with poor oxygenation of the cellas (either from iron anemia or another cause). The way to alleviate this is to take a particular ratio of Omega 6s to 3s (I kid you not!). Take 1/2 teaspoon of organic flaxseed oil along with 3/4 teaspoon of either grapeseed oil or safflower oil in a small glass of juice. If you do this daily, you will NOT have excess lactic acid buildup in your muscles. My reference for this advice is Brian Peskin's book, "The Hidden Story of Cancer." I've been doing this for four years, and I haven't had muscle pain in all that time (and I used to suffer terribly).

I agree that it's excess lactic acid in the muscles but this is perfectly normal for someone who works out on a regular basis. I weight train and there are many days when my muscles are sore, especially when the weight is increased during the work-out. I view this as a good thing because it means you are doing something with your muscles. I have a high tolerance to pain so still go about my daily routine, no matter how sore I feel. If anyone is having that much difficulty with soreness, they may be working out too much and not giving their body enough rest in between.

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I used to think that muscle soreness after weightlifting or other strenuous activities was normal, but I came to accept that I was wrong. Soreness indicates that there is excess lactic acid...and this means that there is LOW OXYGENATION of the cells. This is very bad. Unless you read Brian Peskin's book, you will consider muscle soreness after exercise to be normal when it is, in fact, NOT normal. If low oxygenation continues, some cells of the body will begin to turn cancerous because the body does this as a defense mechanism when the oxygen level has fallen below 70%. In today's world, with pollution, poor water, poor food, etc., it's easy to fall below 70%...and then our bodies defend themselves by turning cells cancerous to allow the important organs to continue to function with lower oxygen. Because cancer cells are anaerobic (don't need oxygen), if more cancer cells are present, the more important organs' cells can survive on the remaining oxygen. Muscle soreness after exercise indicates that your body is operating at lower than 70% oxygen. Celiacs who suffer from iron anemia and B-12 deficiency tend to suffer from low oxygenation, so it's very important to take the oils in the proper ratio to boost that oxygen rate. If you don't believe the Omega oil ratio I provided above, please read the book--it explains everything. I provided the amounts that you should take to save you money on purchasing the book, but I can understand why you might question whether it will do any good or not. However, if you take the oils in the amounts I described, you'll be amazed at how you'll no longer suffer from lactic acid buildup.

I speak from experience. I had an extremely low ferritin level for three years, and at the end of that time, I ended up with cancer. When I read Peskin's book, all the pieces of the puzzle fell into place. After suffering since birth with muscle soreness, I haven't had sore muscles in more than four years following his oil ratio formula--and I'm big on weightlifting, running, and various exercise routines.

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I speak from experience.

Thanks so much for this info, I had this happen just this week and wondered what was going on. I wanted to clerify the mixture. Is it 1/2 tsp flaxseed oil and 3/4 safflour? I didn't understand the Omega 6 to 3, could you explain? Thanks!

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I get muscle pain from glutening too, and I'm also super sensitive. I went on a 20 mile bike ride this past weekend at a good pace and had the same problem. I had gotten glutened a couple of days earlier. Hydrating helps a lot. I couldn't sleep due to the pain and just kept getting up and drinking another glass of water. I was better by morning. I also stretched before bed and that helped a lot too. For me, it's a different kind of pain than lactic acid sore muscles. It's more all over.

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AVR1962,

The ratio of Omega 6s to 3s should be anywhere from 1:1 to 2.5:1. Therefore, you would need to take 1/2 teaspoon of organic flaxseed oil along with 3/4 teaspoon of organic safflower (or grapeseed) oil in a glass of juice.

Not only will your muscles not hurt, you'll be able to work out harder and longer.

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AVR1962,

The ratio of Omega 6s to 3s should be anywhere from 1:1 to 2.5:1. Therefore, you would need to take 1/2 teaspoon of organic flaxseed oil along with 3/4 teaspoon of organic safflower (or grapeseed) oil in a glass of juice.

Not only will your muscles not hurt, you'll be able to work out harder and longer.

Thanks again, will try it.

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