Supplement changes

I really fear changing so many things at one time but so far so good.  I  increased and added the following supplements this week: Iodine –  6.25 mg Iodoral (added and stopped using  17 mg of potassium iodide liquid ) Selenium – 100 mcg (added) in addition to Brazil nuts Magnesium –  increased from  150 […]

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I’m dreaming again

‘m not talking about daydreaming of recovering my health and all the fun things we’ll do.  I’m talking about dreaming during sleep.  As long as I can remember, I’ve been telling people that I don’t remember my dreams.  But yesterday, reading Amalgam Illness I came across this: As the victims level of intoxication waxes and […]

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The Iodine Crisis

I read The Iodine Crisis by Lynne Farrow yesterday and was so impressed, I can barely put it into words.  I’m absolutely convinced my wife and I are iodine deficient.  This is a book every woman who doesn’t want to get breast cancer or a mastectomy should read and probably every man with chronic health […]

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Obsession

y fourth round is complete now. Yesterday was my first day off round and I was fatigued with lots of brain fog until late evening. Feels like the standard adrenal crash I experience on Mondays after a busy weekend. In spite of the fatigue and fog however I was and still am obsessed with chelation. […]

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First sauna

ou can’t read about detoxification without reading over and over again about the importance of saunas. So I decided to turn my bathroom into a sauna using three 250 W heat lamps hanging from the shower curtain rod and another 1500 W infrared heater sitting next to the tub.  I did 45 minutes and got […]

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The supplements

Note, I have been taking many of the supplements you see here for a year or more. in most cases I started with smaller quantities and worked my way up. It’s especially important to do that with chelators and methylation supplements. Be careful! Never make decisions about dosing based on what’s easiest – either split […]

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My story

‘m 50 years old and first saw a doctor for fatigue at 17. I’ll try to summarize my situation here and then give you the long version. Executive summary: I lived fairly normally with adjustments (stopped drinking alcohol, eating sugar, carbs, etc) for declining capabilities until about 12 years ago when I went into a […]

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