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About eeyore

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    I like to read a lot...some of my favorite books are the Bible, The Count of Monte Cristo, Jane Eyre, Moby Dick (full-length version), Pride and Prejudice, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, and The Great Divorce.

    I also like to write...poems and stories (fantasy fiction) that have something to tell the world about what I believe -I AM A CHRISTIAN AND NOT ASHAMED!

    I like to listen to a lot of different artists, such as Third Day, Michael Card, dc Talk, Petra, Matthew West, Matt Redman, Michael W. Smith, Steve Green, Bruce Carroll, Chris Tomlin, MercyMe, SONICFLOOd, and several other artists.
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  1. I'm not even sure if it is helping -I'm just wondering if it's helped anyone else. Just today, I took a nap -I usually wake up really groggy and don't sleep well if I sleep during the day -but this time I was wearing a hematite bracelet and I slept well and woke up refreshed. I'm wondering if the hematite can actually help with that.
  2. Has hematite helped anybody with their sleep?
  3. Supplements do work (I know because I was extremely deficient in Vitamin D and now I'm in the lower-normal range), but spending time in the sunshine helps produce Vitamin D as well. One problem you may have is that most if not all Vitamin D supplements are made from fish oil, so I think that her best option is spending time outside. Hope this helps!
  4. I have fibromyalgia -I was diagnosed after I went gluten free, but it still flares up in response to sugars, nightshades, and pretty much any form of complex carb. I've never really had abdominal/intestinal issues, but I've had the aches for about half my life and confused most of the doctors I've had until I the one I saw this February.
  5. Life's Going On...

    I haven't been on here in a while. Since that time ... ...I'm in my last half of highschool. I'm a junior. It takes up some time. ...Pooky is now 9 months and defying all rules of Down Syndrome. But then, our family's just generally contradictory. ...there have been many birthdays, and almost all of us can claim to be yet another year older. Yes, I'm one of them. Yesterday I celebrated my technically-15-but-still-feels-like-I'm-14-th birthday. My third gluten-free one. And the third one in which I get a cake pretty much to myself. I cut it up and freeze it, and it lasts me well into the next year. This year, everyone else got a cheesecake -Mom (and I agree) thinks that the official 'cake' is usually too expensive to just hand it out to all thirteen of us. ...a bunch of the kids (myself not included) painted the back deck white. And it's still confusing a few people who think it snowed. Which it does about once ever 1-2 years down here. In January. ...I have successfully completed driver's ed. I had the third highest score on the final, so I guess that was good. ...and I am off to do other things... As before and always be, Nestami.
  6. What are the symptoms -and has anyone else had trouble with this?
  7. Has this caused symptoms in anyone?
  8. I'm 14 -I was diagnosed almost 2 years ago...
  9. When animals eat grain, their body digests the gluten (breaks it down -that's what our bodies have trouble doing) and then uses it. The gluten does not end up in the muscle or milk or eggs of animals. Although grass-fed animals are better for you in terms of your overall health, grain-fed animals are safe to eat. Hope that helps!
  10. I've just recently been diagnosed with this ...does anyone know any effective treatment methods?
  11. Dairy

    The day before Valentine's Day, we were having potatoes, asparagus, salad, and fish. I skipped the potatoes and had the rest. Turns out the fish had butter on it. I was never terrible allergic/sensitive to dairy. It was a tiny thing resulting from gluten intolerance that had gone unnoticed. So I went back on. And it doesn't seem to be bothering me, eight days from then. So I will happily slip back onto some chocolates, cocoa, butter, sour cream, cream cheese, and other things I might have missed by going off dairy. (I was never a big cheese fan, however, so that didn't really affect me.) Back in the world of milk! Eya'khine azi isyr, Nestami.
  12. I'm just asking if anyone has tried it in general ...I wouldn't try it for my intolerance either.
  13. Has anyone tried this? If so, to what level of success?