Apparently I have a lot to say.
Originally Posted by WuWei
I could almost smell the pizza from here. So, we are going for processed wheat and dairy (commercial pizza) for dinner.
(I'll feel like a slug tonight.
ETA: I'll eat some sauerkraut first.
Not that it's the best thing, but maybe consider eating clay with meals like that? I've read good things about that, haven't tried it, even though we have some clay. I haven't touched ours, strangely enough.
Originally Posted by deditus
has 20% off many products until midnight PST tonight with the code "health", I think Metagenics and Pure Encapsulations may be excluded, and they always have a code for Thorne, but if you use any Perque products it could be a great deal.
Thank you for sharing where you get your Perque stuff! Someone asked me just before we left town and I had something to tell them!
Originally Posted by kjbrown92
Last time I got the wrong one. I think I got the Toxic Elements. I just want the regular "Hair Elements" right? If it's through Doctorsdata.com, does anyone remember where I can find the discount code? I have enough money in my HSA account to get it for both kids. I could do it right now if I had the code....
If it's through DirectLabs, is there a code, or was that only if it was through doctor's data? I think I paid full price last time...
Ditto what MtnMama said. The plain "Hair Elements" test. I am seriously vaccillating about when to test the kids. I am actually considering getting JaneS's 8-mineral taste test kit from here...http://www.rockwellnutrition.com/Liq...te_p_1730.html
And doing that for a while, and continue chelating and see how things look sometime in the winter. Because if the kids still fail the counting rules, then the mineral levels are a lot less reliable (some may be right, but some not, and I'm left guessing), so trying to wait a while and see if we're past that seems more likely to give me useful info. Rambling-by-typing, sorry...
Originally Posted by JacquelineR
And still, even knowing all that, I have all this desire for a smoke.
Talk about addiction.
ETA: I probably should mention that I'm actually allergic to smoke and nicotine (and yet smoked for 20 years, how's that for smart?).
Ditty what JR said about Kathy's annoying SIL, shouldn't have cut that out.
JR, my parents found quitting smoking SO HARD. Seriously, incredibly hard. It's a good thing to do, but so not easy. Lots of kudos to you. It's been 20 years and my dad still dreams of cigarettes, actual dreams. But it'll be really good for your kids, my parents were very up-front about smoking (dad stopped when I was about 13, my mom when I was close to 30), and how they'd tried to stop and it was so hard, and how they didn't want this for me. Between that and trying 2 cigarettes that my mom gave me, one at age 3 (that I don't remember) and one at age 7 that I DO remember, was a lot of incentive to never start. And I'm sure I would've gotten addicted just as easily as they did, and probably had an even harder time stopping. So it's a gift to your kids too.