or Connect
New Posts  All Forums:

Posts by goodpapa

...the action is pretty thick over here in Health and Healing right now. I think I'll stick it out over here and see if I can help put out some fires. Procreate, Lactate, Disseminate! Ray PS I hope you're doing alright up there in the CA mountains. The videos coming through the press are pretty striking.
....can you give a timeline as to when the poops smelled sweet, when they started to stink in relation to whatever it was that is needing a long period of low dose antibiotics (ie, did the poop smell change with the illness?) and the start of the antibiotic regime? I can't really tell what is causing what on the basis of your telling. The easiest way to get the Jarro into an infant (I started this on day 3 of my son's life) is putting a little powder on a moistened...
...your daughter's dental problems fit right in line with leaky gut issues, because of impaired mineral absorption: http://www.health-n-energy.com/ARTIC...eakygutart.htm Here's the excerpt: "Leaky gut syndrome also creates a long list of mineral deficiencies because the various carrier proteins present in the gastrointestinal tract that are need to transport minerals to the blood are damaged by the inflammation process. For example, magnesium deficiency (low red...
...they have the oligosaccharides, aka soluble fiber aka "indigestible" sugar that our intestinal flora need to thrive and survive. We can't digest them, but the good bacteria can (if there is intestinal dybiosis-- more bad bacteria than there should be--- we get the "unpleasant" gasiness.) The smell is the least of the problems: http://www.findarticles.com/p/articl...52/ai_n6132397 Peppers, onions, yes, but don't forget the beans and fruits and veggies (onions are...
..could you give more info about the probiotic you bought. Brand, contents, shelf life, etc. All probiotic supplements are NOT created equal. I have experimented and tried to culture other powders that are refrigerated and found them to be dead. In addition, you need to consume a variety of bacteria. Try Jarrow: http://www.jarrow.com/products/JarroDophilusfos.htm Note the various types of lactobacillus and bifidobacterium. Bifidobacterium (which I'll bet...
...what is the NT thread? While I'm here I don't think I put this link in yet. Good science: http://www.speedyvet.com/speedyvet/library.asp?page=19 "We've got to get ourselves back to the Garden" CSNY Ray
...apparently you haven't been here long, but it looks like you're hitting the right points. The issue of calcium is a tricky one. Low Vitamin D levels in the body make it very difficult to absorb calcium from food no matter how much is consumed. Dietary D is hard to get, as the most easily assimilated form is in animal fats. Even then the animals have to be "wild" in the sense that they get plenty of bugs in their diet and sun exposure. Essentially the best, most...
...that's alot of responsibility.... ...but thanks, it's nice to appreciated Hi, toraji, my wife is also working with borderline hypothyroidism brought on by the intense nutrient depletion of my son's nursing. He's almost 3 and still going strong. Due to his genetic predisposition he's 43" and 42 lbs. His weight tripled in 2 years. We all consume the coconut oil, but have found that regular sun exposure of the right type is really getting her body in gear. Vit....
..though of course we once were :LOL I led my family through our dietary epiphany, but without it we were going to remain childless. There's a hell of a lot of story there but I'll keep to the point. I had no choice. I will say that the dynamic of two in a lifetime commitment creates a strange and wonderful monster sometimes. I do think men in general don't see the sacred aspect of food. You might have them check out my "The Power of Probiotics" thread....
..didn't know what PCOS is but I do now: http://www.4woman.gov/faq/pcos.htm Excess insulin sounds like insulin resistance. This is something that I discovered (in the course of researching my wife's borderline hypothyroidism brought on by "excessive" nursing, ie mineral loss, on the part of my son) can be linked to Vit. D deficiency. Here's a sample of what you can read with a "insulin resistance Vitamin D" search. This one mentions...
New Posts  All Forums: