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EnergyGal
10-25-2009, 01:30 PM
Hello

I have an update

After taking krill oil, cod liver oil daily my pft's continue to stay stable. I have tried to cut out the krill oil and my numbers dropped. I went back on Krill oil gel pills and my numbers increased right back up to 20 percent. Two pft technologist tell me that my numbers would be much better if I did not close my epiglotis when I exhale (lol)

I wish I knew about krill when I had my CF lungs.

Not sure how they will work on a diseased lung. It is worth looking into.

I rather take Krill oil as opposed to plain ole Fish oil. Read all about Krill oil. Prices vary from manufacturer. I like Nature's Way the best.

My weight is stable, lung function is stable and I feel like more spaces are opening up in areas of my lungs that I never had before.

Read about Krill oil and the joints.

For a transplant patient second time around, I am impressed with what Krill oil has done for me. There is no medication out there in my opinion to touch this miracle fish oil.

EnergyGal
10-25-2009, 01:30 PM
Hello

I have an update

After taking krill oil, cod liver oil daily my pft's continue to stay stable. I have tried to cut out the krill oil and my numbers dropped. I went back on Krill oil gel pills and my numbers increased right back up to 20 percent. Two pft technologist tell me that my numbers would be much better if I did not close my epiglotis when I exhale (lol)

I wish I knew about krill when I had my CF lungs.

Not sure how they will work on a diseased lung. It is worth looking into.

I rather take Krill oil as opposed to plain ole Fish oil. Read all about Krill oil. Prices vary from manufacturer. I like Nature's Way the best.

My weight is stable, lung function is stable and I feel like more spaces are opening up in areas of my lungs that I never had before.

Read about Krill oil and the joints.

For a transplant patient second time around, I am impressed with what Krill oil has done for me. There is no medication out there in my opinion to touch this miracle fish oil.

EnergyGal
10-25-2009, 01:30 PM
Hello

I have an update

After taking krill oil, cod liver oil daily my pft's continue to stay stable. I have tried to cut out the krill oil and my numbers dropped. I went back on Krill oil gel pills and my numbers increased right back up to 20 percent. Two pft technologist tell me that my numbers would be much better if I did not close my epiglotis when I exhale (lol)

I wish I knew about krill when I had my CF lungs.

Not sure how they will work on a diseased lung. It is worth looking into.

I rather take Krill oil as opposed to plain ole Fish oil. Read all about Krill oil. Prices vary from manufacturer. I like Nature's Way the best.

My weight is stable, lung function is stable and I feel like more spaces are opening up in areas of my lungs that I never had before.

Read about Krill oil and the joints.

For a transplant patient second time around, I am impressed with what Krill oil has done for me. There is no medication out there in my opinion to touch this miracle fish oil.

EnergyGal
10-25-2009, 01:30 PM
Hello

I have an update

After taking krill oil, cod liver oil daily my pft's continue to stay stable. I have tried to cut out the krill oil and my numbers dropped. I went back on Krill oil gel pills and my numbers increased right back up to 20 percent. Two pft technologist tell me that my numbers would be much better if I did not close my epiglotis when I exhale (lol)

I wish I knew about krill when I had my CF lungs.

Not sure how they will work on a diseased lung. It is worth looking into.

I rather take Krill oil as opposed to plain ole Fish oil. Read all about Krill oil. Prices vary from manufacturer. I like Nature's Way the best.

My weight is stable, lung function is stable and I feel like more spaces are opening up in areas of my lungs that I never had before.

Read about Krill oil and the joints.

For a transplant patient second time around, I am impressed with what Krill oil has done for me. There is no medication out there in my opinion to touch this miracle fish oil.

EnergyGal
10-25-2009, 01:30 PM
Hello
<br />
<br />I have an update
<br />
<br />After taking krill oil, cod liver oil daily my pft's continue to stay stable. I have tried to cut out the krill oil and my numbers dropped. I went back on Krill oil gel pills and my numbers increased right back up to 20 percent. Two pft technologist tell me that my numbers would be much better if I did not close my epiglotis when I exhale (lol)
<br />
<br /> I wish I knew about krill when I had my CF lungs.
<br />
<br />Not sure how they will work on a diseased lung. It is worth looking into.
<br />
<br />I rather take Krill oil as opposed to plain ole Fish oil. Read all about Krill oil. Prices vary from manufacturer. I like Nature's Way the best.
<br />
<br />My weight is stable, lung function is stable and I feel like more spaces are opening up in areas of my lungs that I never had before.
<br />
<br />Read about Krill oil and the joints.
<br />
<br />For a transplant patient second time around, I am impressed with what Krill oil has done for me. There is no medication out there in my opinion to touch this miracle fish oil.

tesorotiffa
10-25-2009, 03:15 PM
How much Krill Oil do you take daily?

tesorotiffa
10-25-2009, 03:15 PM
How much Krill Oil do you take daily?

tesorotiffa
10-25-2009, 03:15 PM
How much Krill Oil do you take daily?

tesorotiffa
10-25-2009, 03:15 PM
How much Krill Oil do you take daily?

tesorotiffa
10-25-2009, 03:15 PM
How much Krill Oil do you take daily?

EnergyGal
10-25-2009, 05:08 PM
I take two soft gels daily one in the morning and one in the afternoon. Because of my CF digestion issues, I will remain on just two daily. At first I took three daily and now I am back to just two per day.

EnergyGal
10-25-2009, 05:08 PM
I take two soft gels daily one in the morning and one in the afternoon. Because of my CF digestion issues, I will remain on just two daily. At first I took three daily and now I am back to just two per day.

EnergyGal
10-25-2009, 05:08 PM
I take two soft gels daily one in the morning and one in the afternoon. Because of my CF digestion issues, I will remain on just two daily. At first I took three daily and now I am back to just two per day.

EnergyGal
10-25-2009, 05:08 PM
I take two soft gels daily one in the morning and one in the afternoon. Because of my CF digestion issues, I will remain on just two daily. At first I took three daily and now I am back to just two per day.

EnergyGal
10-25-2009, 05:08 PM
I take two soft gels daily one in the morning and one in the afternoon. Because of my CF digestion issues, I will remain on just two daily. At first I took three daily and now I am back to just two per day.

Tammy15
10-26-2009, 09:03 AM
I just recently heard of fish oil and have had my daughter on it along with using tonic water which I learned off this site. I have to say I was a skeptic but the first time tonic water she basically hiccouped and all this mucous came up that we were not getting up from chest pts. Sounds like we will be giving krill oil a try. Does anyone have any ideas for a natural supplement that assists with immune system . My daughter was just on IVs and as soon as she was off her son brought home cold germs from pre k so my daughter ended up sick.

Tammy15
10-26-2009, 09:03 AM
I just recently heard of fish oil and have had my daughter on it along with using tonic water which I learned off this site. I have to say I was a skeptic but the first time tonic water she basically hiccouped and all this mucous came up that we were not getting up from chest pts. Sounds like we will be giving krill oil a try. Does anyone have any ideas for a natural supplement that assists with immune system . My daughter was just on IVs and as soon as she was off her son brought home cold germs from pre k so my daughter ended up sick.

Tammy15
10-26-2009, 09:03 AM
I just recently heard of fish oil and have had my daughter on it along with using tonic water which I learned off this site. I have to say I was a skeptic but the first time tonic water she basically hiccouped and all this mucous came up that we were not getting up from chest pts. Sounds like we will be giving krill oil a try. Does anyone have any ideas for a natural supplement that assists with immune system . My daughter was just on IVs and as soon as she was off her son brought home cold germs from pre k so my daughter ended up sick.

Tammy15
10-26-2009, 09:03 AM
I just recently heard of fish oil and have had my daughter on it along with using tonic water which I learned off this site. I have to say I was a skeptic but the first time tonic water she basically hiccouped and all this mucous came up that we were not getting up from chest pts. Sounds like we will be giving krill oil a try. Does anyone have any ideas for a natural supplement that assists with immune system . My daughter was just on IVs and as soon as she was off her son brought home cold germs from pre k so my daughter ended up sick.

Tammy15
10-26-2009, 09:03 AM
I just recently heard of fish oil and have had my daughter on it along with using tonic water which I learned off this site. I have to say I was a skeptic but the first time tonic water she basically hiccouped and all this mucous came up that we were not getting up from chest pts. Sounds like we will be giving krill oil a try. Does anyone have any ideas for a natural supplement that assists with immune system . My daughter was just on IVs and as soon as she was off her son brought home cold germs from pre k so my daughter ended up sick.

EnergyGal
10-27-2009, 10:38 AM
Hi Tammy

There are so many things one can do to improve their health. I personally feel that diet is number one. Folks talk here about alkaline diet avoiding foods that contribute to unwanted acid within the body. sugar is the number one no no in my opinion.

There are several immune boosters out there. I would talk to a nutritionist to see what is right for your child.

Taking acidolphilus daily will help. All vitamins and minerals plus fish oil. I prefer Krill oil over fish oil. If there are no allergies to shell fish then Krill oil is more potent and will do wonders.

When you mention tonic water, are you referring to hypertonic saline treatments or drinking tonic water?

Thank you
Rise'

EnergyGal
10-27-2009, 10:38 AM
Hi Tammy

There are so many things one can do to improve their health. I personally feel that diet is number one. Folks talk here about alkaline diet avoiding foods that contribute to unwanted acid within the body. sugar is the number one no no in my opinion.

There are several immune boosters out there. I would talk to a nutritionist to see what is right for your child.

Taking acidolphilus daily will help. All vitamins and minerals plus fish oil. I prefer Krill oil over fish oil. If there are no allergies to shell fish then Krill oil is more potent and will do wonders.

When you mention tonic water, are you referring to hypertonic saline treatments or drinking tonic water?

Thank you
Rise'

EnergyGal
10-27-2009, 10:38 AM
Hi Tammy

There are so many things one can do to improve their health. I personally feel that diet is number one. Folks talk here about alkaline diet avoiding foods that contribute to unwanted acid within the body. sugar is the number one no no in my opinion.

There are several immune boosters out there. I would talk to a nutritionist to see what is right for your child.

Taking acidolphilus daily will help. All vitamins and minerals plus fish oil. I prefer Krill oil over fish oil. If there are no allergies to shell fish then Krill oil is more potent and will do wonders.

When you mention tonic water, are you referring to hypertonic saline treatments or drinking tonic water?

Thank you
Rise'

EnergyGal
10-27-2009, 10:38 AM
Hi Tammy

There are so many things one can do to improve their health. I personally feel that diet is number one. Folks talk here about alkaline diet avoiding foods that contribute to unwanted acid within the body. sugar is the number one no no in my opinion.

There are several immune boosters out there. I would talk to a nutritionist to see what is right for your child.

Taking acidolphilus daily will help. All vitamins and minerals plus fish oil. I prefer Krill oil over fish oil. If there are no allergies to shell fish then Krill oil is more potent and will do wonders.

When you mention tonic water, are you referring to hypertonic saline treatments or drinking tonic water?

Thank you
Rise'

EnergyGal
10-27-2009, 10:38 AM
Hi Tammy
<br />
<br />There are so many things one can do to improve their health. I personally feel that diet is number one. Folks talk here about alkaline diet avoiding foods that contribute to unwanted acid within the body. sugar is the number one no no in my opinion.
<br />
<br />There are several immune boosters out there. I would talk to a nutritionist to see what is right for your child.
<br />
<br />Taking acidolphilus daily will help. All vitamins and minerals plus fish oil. I prefer Krill oil over fish oil. If there are no allergies to shell fish then Krill oil is more potent and will do wonders.
<br />
<br />When you mention tonic water, are you referring to hypertonic saline treatments or drinking tonic water?
<br />
<br />Thank you
<br />Rise'

Tammy15
10-27-2009, 12:55 PM
Hi Risa,
The tonic water she drinks . Can't remember who has a site out there with that info on it . My daughter is a big soda drinker which I have been nagging her to cut back on, but at 24 with a child of her own she does her own thing. But I have been able to make suggestions from here and she has noticed some changes . She knows she needs to build up immune system so we are looking for ideas on that. I am trying to get her to eat more vegatable type items, her favorites are corn carrots and salad( salad for her is just lettuce and cucumbers).
Thanks
Tammy

Tammy15
10-27-2009, 12:55 PM
Hi Risa,
The tonic water she drinks . Can't remember who has a site out there with that info on it . My daughter is a big soda drinker which I have been nagging her to cut back on, but at 24 with a child of her own she does her own thing. But I have been able to make suggestions from here and she has noticed some changes . She knows she needs to build up immune system so we are looking for ideas on that. I am trying to get her to eat more vegatable type items, her favorites are corn carrots and salad( salad for her is just lettuce and cucumbers).
Thanks
Tammy

Tammy15
10-27-2009, 12:55 PM
Hi Risa,
The tonic water she drinks . Can't remember who has a site out there with that info on it . My daughter is a big soda drinker which I have been nagging her to cut back on, but at 24 with a child of her own she does her own thing. But I have been able to make suggestions from here and she has noticed some changes . She knows she needs to build up immune system so we are looking for ideas on that. I am trying to get her to eat more vegatable type items, her favorites are corn carrots and salad( salad for her is just lettuce and cucumbers).
Thanks
Tammy

Tammy15
10-27-2009, 12:55 PM
Hi Risa,
The tonic water she drinks . Can't remember who has a site out there with that info on it . My daughter is a big soda drinker which I have been nagging her to cut back on, but at 24 with a child of her own she does her own thing. But I have been able to make suggestions from here and she has noticed some changes . She knows she needs to build up immune system so we are looking for ideas on that. I am trying to get her to eat more vegatable type items, her favorites are corn carrots and salad( salad for her is just lettuce and cucumbers).
Thanks
Tammy

Tammy15
10-27-2009, 12:55 PM
Hi Risa,
<br />The tonic water she drinks . Can't remember who has a site out there with that info on it . My daughter is a big soda drinker which I have been nagging her to cut back on, but at 24 with a child of her own she does her own thing. But I have been able to make suggestions from here and she has noticed some changes . She knows she needs to build up immune system so we are looking for ideas on that. I am trying to get her to eat more vegatable type items, her favorites are corn carrots and salad( salad for her is just lettuce and cucumbers).
<br />Thanks
<br />Tammy

EnergyGal
10-27-2009, 05:34 PM
Hi Tammy

Sugar of any kind will bring down your immune system. Google the dangers of soda drinks. I have had many discussions on Transplantbuddies regarding soda.

EnergyGal
10-27-2009, 05:34 PM
Hi Tammy

Sugar of any kind will bring down your immune system. Google the dangers of soda drinks. I have had many discussions on Transplantbuddies regarding soda.

EnergyGal
10-27-2009, 05:34 PM
Hi Tammy

Sugar of any kind will bring down your immune system. Google the dangers of soda drinks. I have had many discussions on Transplantbuddies regarding soda.

EnergyGal
10-27-2009, 05:34 PM
Hi Tammy

Sugar of any kind will bring down your immune system. Google the dangers of soda drinks. I have had many discussions on Transplantbuddies regarding soda.

EnergyGal
10-27-2009, 05:34 PM
Hi Tammy
<br />
<br />Sugar of any kind will bring down your immune system. Google the dangers of soda drinks. I have had many discussions on Transplantbuddies regarding soda.

tesorotiffa
10-27-2009, 07:46 PM
Tammy,

How much tonic water does your daughter drink per day? Does she drink it straight or does she mix it with something? I bought some today but haven't tried it yet! I read that it has quite a bitter taste.

tesorotiffa
10-27-2009, 07:46 PM
Tammy,

How much tonic water does your daughter drink per day? Does she drink it straight or does she mix it with something? I bought some today but haven't tried it yet! I read that it has quite a bitter taste.

tesorotiffa
10-27-2009, 07:46 PM
Tammy,

How much tonic water does your daughter drink per day? Does she drink it straight or does she mix it with something? I bought some today but haven't tried it yet! I read that it has quite a bitter taste.

tesorotiffa
10-27-2009, 07:46 PM
Tammy,

How much tonic water does your daughter drink per day? Does she drink it straight or does she mix it with something? I bought some today but haven't tried it yet! I read that it has quite a bitter taste.

tesorotiffa
10-27-2009, 07:46 PM
Tammy,
<br />
<br /> How much tonic water does your daughter drink per day? Does she drink it straight or does she mix it with something? I bought some today but haven't tried it yet! I read that it has quite a bitter taste.

Tammy15
10-28-2009, 10:15 AM
Tiffa,
The tonic water she uses has quinine(sp) in it. I wish I could remember who in this forum has the info on this, they have a separate web page with some info. My daughter drinks about 1/2 cup plain right now about twice a week we are thinking about uping the days so she does not develop any pockets. She says its not too bad and she is very picky. This is something we started recently so we are learning what works for her best. I was just so surprised how when she took that first drink she hicoupped and a little burp no hard racking cough and all this mucous came out. So far if she has a little pocket the tonic water seems to be what works.

Tammy15
10-28-2009, 10:15 AM
Tiffa,
The tonic water she uses has quinine(sp) in it. I wish I could remember who in this forum has the info on this, they have a separate web page with some info. My daughter drinks about 1/2 cup plain right now about twice a week we are thinking about uping the days so she does not develop any pockets. She says its not too bad and she is very picky. This is something we started recently so we are learning what works for her best. I was just so surprised how when she took that first drink she hicoupped and a little burp no hard racking cough and all this mucous came out. So far if she has a little pocket the tonic water seems to be what works.

Tammy15
10-28-2009, 10:15 AM
Tiffa,
The tonic water she uses has quinine(sp) in it. I wish I could remember who in this forum has the info on this, they have a separate web page with some info. My daughter drinks about 1/2 cup plain right now about twice a week we are thinking about uping the days so she does not develop any pockets. She says its not too bad and she is very picky. This is something we started recently so we are learning what works for her best. I was just so surprised how when she took that first drink she hicoupped and a little burp no hard racking cough and all this mucous came out. So far if she has a little pocket the tonic water seems to be what works.

Tammy15
10-28-2009, 10:15 AM
Tiffa,
The tonic water she uses has quinine(sp) in it. I wish I could remember who in this forum has the info on this, they have a separate web page with some info. My daughter drinks about 1/2 cup plain right now about twice a week we are thinking about uping the days so she does not develop any pockets. She says its not too bad and she is very picky. This is something we started recently so we are learning what works for her best. I was just so surprised how when she took that first drink she hicoupped and a little burp no hard racking cough and all this mucous came out. So far if she has a little pocket the tonic water seems to be what works.

Tammy15
10-28-2009, 10:15 AM
Tiffa,
<br />The tonic water she uses has quinine(sp) in it. I wish I could remember who in this forum has the info on this, they have a separate web page with some info. My daughter drinks about 1/2 cup plain right now about twice a week we are thinking about uping the days so she does not develop any pockets. She says its not too bad and she is very picky. This is something we started recently so we are learning what works for her best. I was just so surprised how when she took that first drink she hicoupped and a little burp no hard racking cough and all this mucous came out. So far if she has a little pocket the tonic water seems to be what works.

ymikhale
01-12-2010, 07:48 AM
I think it is MichelleGazelle who has the info on that

ymikhale
01-12-2010, 07:48 AM
I think it is MichelleGazelle who has the info on that

ymikhale
01-12-2010, 07:48 AM
I think it is MichelleGazelle who has the info on that

ymikhale
01-12-2010, 07:48 AM
I think it is MichelleGazelle who has the info on that

ymikhale
01-12-2010, 07:48 AM
I think it is MichelleGazelle who has the info on that

hmw
01-14-2010, 02:29 PM
<div class="FTQUOTE"><begin quote>Sounds like we will be giving krill oil a try. Does anyone have any ideas for a natural supplement that assists with immune system</end quote></div>
The omega-3's in krill oil that are so good for their anti-inflammatory action- which has been shown to be of benefit to the respiratory system, among other places in the body- are also of benefit to the immune system. <img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-smile.gif" border="0">

hmw
01-14-2010, 02:29 PM
<div class="FTQUOTE"><begin quote>Sounds like we will be giving krill oil a try. Does anyone have any ideas for a natural supplement that assists with immune system</end quote></div>
The omega-3's in krill oil that are so good for their anti-inflammatory action- which has been shown to be of benefit to the respiratory system, among other places in the body- are also of benefit to the immune system. <img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-smile.gif" border="0">

hmw
01-14-2010, 02:29 PM
<div class="FTQUOTE"><begin quote>Sounds like we will be giving krill oil a try. Does anyone have any ideas for a natural supplement that assists with immune system</end quote></div>
The omega-3's in krill oil that are so good for their anti-inflammatory action- which has been shown to be of benefit to the respiratory system, among other places in the body- are also of benefit to the immune system. <img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-smile.gif" border="0">

hmw
01-14-2010, 02:29 PM
<div class="FTQUOTE"><begin quote>Sounds like we will be giving krill oil a try. Does anyone have any ideas for a natural supplement that assists with immune system</end quote>
The omega-3's in krill oil that are so good for their anti-inflammatory action- which has been shown to be of benefit to the respiratory system, among other places in the body- are also of benefit to the immune system. <img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-smile.gif" border="0">

hmw
01-14-2010, 02:29 PM
<div class="FTQUOTE"><begin quote>Sounds like we will be giving krill oil a try. Does anyone have any ideas for a natural supplement that assists with immune system</end quote>
<br />The omega-3's in krill oil that are so good for their anti-inflammatory action- which has been shown to be of benefit to the respiratory system, among other places in the body- are also of benefit to the immune system. <img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-smile.gif" border="0">

robertjack
08-12-2011, 05:19 AM
Krill oil is used for heart disease, high levels of certain blood fats
(triglycerides), high cholesterol, high blood pressure, stroke, cancer,
osteoarthritis, depression, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), and painful
menstrual periods. I required this for my Mother, she is suffering from
High blood pressure problem for a very long time, i came across Kill
Doctor Professional Brand Krill oil, i bought it online from their
website and very much satisfied with its decent price & moreover its
positive results,.

robertjack
08-12-2011, 05:19 AM
Krill oil is used for heart disease, high levels of certain blood fats
(triglycerides), high cholesterol, high blood pressure, stroke, cancer,
osteoarthritis, depression, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), and painful
menstrual periods. I required this for my Mother, she is suffering from
High blood pressure problem for a very long time, i came across Kill
Doctor Professional Brand Krill oil, i bought it online from their
website and very much satisfied with its decent price & moreover its
positive results,.

robertjack
08-12-2011, 05:19 AM
Krill oil is used for heart disease, high levels of certain blood fats
(triglycerides), high cholesterol, high blood pressure, stroke, cancer,
osteoarthritis, depression, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), and painful
menstrual periods. I required this for my Mother, she is suffering from
High blood pressure problem for a very long time, i came across Kill
Doctor Professional Brand Krill oil, i bought it online from their
website and very much satisfied with its decent price & moreover its
positive results,.

Avadar
08-12-2011, 08:29 AM
<P>Hello All, As a lay nutritionist who has helped many people through the years, I have some constructive suggestions to make and I am not a distributor of any of the products I am to address here. First off, Krill oil is good but always read the label. Make sure that the product is of a high quality. You can determine this by seeing things like "independently tested for purity" and "distilled for purity" on the label. Don't get your vitamins at a discount supermarket or convenience store. Always go to an upscale vitamin store like Wegmans, Vitamin Shoppe, Whole Foods, etc. In my opinion and experience, to have an FDA approved seal on a vitamin bottle is meaningless.&nbsp;Many believe that the&nbsp;FDA and the pharmaceutical companies are in bed with one another. Go figure. Secondly, the omegas in Flaxseed oil are not enough. For upscale fish oil, there is nothing better than the products of Nordic Naturals. Nordicnaturals.com Upscale fish oil has two major facets: EPA and DHA. EPA is for heart health, muscle health, skin health, lung health, and fights stress. DHA is for preventing and treating neurological disorders. EPA has a little DHA in it and vice versa. EPA/DHA also treats and prevents post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Next... It is important to take a Vitamin E supplement daily. As we age, our blood pressure naturally raises. Vitamin E serves to counteract this process. But you have to start out slowly. If you take too much of it too soon it will make your blood pressure drop suddenly and cause dizziness. Start out with 100 IU a day and over a period of months slowly raise it until you get to two gel caps of 400 IU a day. By the way, doctors espouse that 800 IU of Vitamin E a day is what women who have a propensity toward breast cancer should be taking daily. My mother used to suffer from "white coat syndrome." Every time she went to see her doctor, the stress and anxiety would raise her blood pressure. So what she did was take a Vitamin E capsule just before walking out the door to a doctor's appointment - in addition to her regular supplementation. Then when the nurse took her blood pressure it always checked out fine. *LOL* Next... Someone in this thread inquired about an immune system booster. There is an inexpensive immune system booster called Vitamin D3, which is more potent than regular Vitamin D. A study was conducted at a hospital. Doctors and nurses were surrounded by patients with influenza. They each took 2,000 IU's of Vitamin D a day. The result: none of them came down with the flu. I tested this hypothesis with myself and my wife. We have been taking 2 to 5,000 IU's of Vitamin D3 a day since 2009 and have not only avoided the annual flu shot but also have not come down with any influenza whatsoever. The annual flu shot is plagued with problems because of the harsh chemicals and poor quality of the inoculations. For example, there are cases of children having seizures after getting the annual flu shot. Avoid that. Intead, take Vitamin D3 every day. You can get Vitamin D3 in gel cap form in many places, e.g., at Wegmans (the store brand). Next... The most important mineral in the body is Calcium. Not only is it crucial for bone and teeth health, but it also fights stress (better than a glass of warm milk) and has myriad other benefits to the body. The best calcium supplement on the planet (independently verified) is Brazilian Coral Calcium. One reason for this is because the purification process is cold pressed. Brazillivecoral.com My mother had Type 2 Diabetes and two minor strokes. The various medications she was prescribed beat the living hell out of her body and in my opinion hastened her death (August of 2009). Anyway, many months before she passed, she noticed that the drugs she was taking daily - like the blood thinner known as warfarin/coumadin, an ingredient in rat poison - was really sucking the calcium out of her body. She knew this because her front teeth started to become transparent (sic). Being the smart gal that she was, she decided to double up on her Coral Calcium intake. Instead of taking three small white capsules a day, the recommended dosage, she took six. Consequently, her teeth went back to normal. Another anecdote... Recommended by my Kaiser Permanente doctor on June 15, 2010, I allowed a KP nurse to administer a TDAP shot in my left arm, specifically into my left deltoid muscle. It was even painful going in. A decision I will always regret. It resulted in my getting Fibromyalgia. Weeks later I began to feel like a cripple in my left arm - directly in the site of the injection - and had so much pain that I couldn't sleep at night. Mobility in that arm had greatly reduced. After many months of investigation and experimentation, the ONLY thing that I found to successfully treat the Fibro was an up-and-coming supplement called NOPALEA. http://www.trivita.com/Web/us/default.aspx You take six tablespoons (or more) spread out during the day. Only after I delved into the second bottle did I notice the beginning of a reduction in the pain and inflammation in my left deltoid muscle, and the mobility slowly return. I am now about 95% cured of Fibromyalgia in my left arm. </P>
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<P>Nopalea may also help treat Cystic Fibrosis.&nbsp;Finally... There is a website that is a wealth of information on nutritional supplements and preventative medicine. Naturalnews.com Check it out. Take Care & God Bless! Yours In Service To The Light, Avadar </P>

Avadar
08-12-2011, 08:29 AM
<P>Hello All, As a lay nutritionist who has helped many people through the years, I have some constructive suggestions to make and I am not a distributor of any of the products I am to address here. First off, Krill oil is good but always read the label. Make sure that the product is of a high quality. You can determine this by seeing things like "independently tested for purity" and "distilled for purity" on the label. Don't get your vitamins at a discount supermarket or convenience store. Always go to an upscale vitamin store like Wegmans, Vitamin Shoppe, Whole Foods, etc. In my opinion and experience, to have an FDA approved seal on a vitamin bottle is meaningless.Many believe that theFDA and the pharmaceutical companies are in bed with one another. Go figure. Secondly, the omegas in Flaxseed oil are not enough. For upscale fish oil, there is nothing better than the products of Nordic Naturals. Nordicnaturals.com Upscale fish oil has two major facets: EPA and DHA. EPA is for heart health, muscle health, skin health, lung health, and fights stress. DHA is for preventing and treating neurological disorders. EPA has a little DHA in it and vice versa. EPA/DHA also treats and prevents post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Next... It is important to take a Vitamin E supplement daily. As we age, our blood pressure naturally raises. Vitamin E serves to counteract this process. But you have to start out slowly. If you take too much of it too soon it will make your blood pressure drop suddenly and cause dizziness. Start out with 100 IU a day and over a period of months slowly raise it until you get to two gel caps of 400 IU a day. By the way, doctors espouse that 800 IU of Vitamin E a day is what women who have a propensity toward breast cancer should be taking daily. My mother used to suffer from "white coat syndrome." Every time she went to see her doctor, the stress and anxiety would raise her blood pressure. So what she did was take a Vitamin E capsule just before walking out the door to a doctor's appointment - in addition to her regular supplementation. Then when the nurse took her blood pressure it always checked out fine. *LOL* Next... Someone in this thread inquired about an immune system booster. There is an inexpensive immune system booster called Vitamin D3, which is more potent than regular Vitamin D. A study was conducted at a hospital. Doctors and nurses were surrounded by patients with influenza. They each took 2,000 IU's of Vitamin D a day. The result: none of them came down with the flu. I tested this hypothesis with myself and my wife. We have been taking 2 to 5,000 IU's of Vitamin D3 a day since 2009 and have not only avoided the annual flu shot but also have not come down with any influenza whatsoever. The annual flu shot is plagued with problems because of the harsh chemicals and poor quality of the inoculations. For example, there are cases of children having seizures after getting the annual flu shot. Avoid that. Intead, take Vitamin D3 every day. You can get Vitamin D3 in gel cap form in many places, e.g., at Wegmans (the store brand). Next... The most important mineral in the body is Calcium. Not only is it crucial for bone and teeth health, but it also fights stress (better than a glass of warm milk) and has myriad other benefits to the body. The best calcium supplement on the planet (independently verified) is Brazilian Coral Calcium. One reason for this is because the purification process is cold pressed. Brazillivecoral.com My mother had Type 2 Diabetes and two minor strokes. The various medications she was prescribed beat the living hell out of her body and in my opinion hastened her death (August of 2009). Anyway, many months before she passed, she noticed that the drugs she was taking daily - like the blood thinner known as warfarin/coumadin, an ingredient in rat poison - was really sucking the calcium out of her body. She knew this because her front teeth started to become transparent (sic). Being the smart gal that she was, she decided to double up on her Coral Calcium intake. Instead of taking three small white capsules a day, the recommended dosage, she took six. Consequently, her teeth went back to normal. Another anecdote... Recommended by my Kaiser Permanente doctor on June 15, 2010, I allowed a KP nurse to administer a TDAP shot in my left arm, specifically into my left deltoid muscle. It was even painful going in. A decision I will always regret. It resulted in my getting Fibromyalgia. Weeks later I began to feel like a cripple in my left arm - directly in the site of the injection - and had so much pain that I couldn't sleep at night. Mobility in that arm had greatly reduced. After many months of investigation and experimentation, the ONLY thing that I found to successfully treat the Fibro was an up-and-coming supplement called NOPALEA. http://www.trivita.com/Web/us/default.aspx You take six tablespoons (or more) spread out during the day. Only after I delved into the second bottle did I notice the beginning of a reduction in the pain and inflammation in my left deltoid muscle, and the mobility slowly return. I am now about 95% cured of Fibromyalgia in my left arm. </P>
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<P>Nopalea may also help treat Cystic Fibrosis.Finally... There is a website that is a wealth of information on nutritional supplements and preventative medicine. Naturalnews.com Check it out. Take Care & God Bless! Yours In Service To The Light, Avadar </P>

Avadar
08-12-2011, 08:29 AM
<P>Hello All, <BR><BR>As a lay nutritionist who has helped many people through the years, I have some constructive suggestions to make and I am not a distributor of any of the products I am to address here. <BR><BR>First off, Krill oil is good but always read the label. Make sure that the product is of a high quality. You can determine this by seeing things like "independently tested for purity" and "distilled for purity" on the label. Don't get your vitamins at a discount supermarket or convenience store. Always go to an upscale vitamin store like Wegmans, Vitamin Shoppe, Whole Foods, etc. In my opinion and experience, to have an FDA approved seal on a vitamin bottle is meaningless.Many believe that theFDA and the pharmaceutical companies are in bed with one another. Go figure. <BR><BR>Secondly, the omegas in Flaxseed oil are not enough. For upscale fish oil, there is nothing better than the products of Nordic Naturals. <BR><BR>Nordicnaturals.com <BR><BR>Upscale fish oil has two major facets: EPA and DHA. EPA is for heart health, muscle health, skin health, lung health, and fights stress. DHA is for preventing and treating neurological disorders. EPA has a little DHA in it and vice versa. <BR><BR>EPA/DHA also treats and prevents post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). <BR><BR>Next... <BR><BR>It is important to take a Vitamin E supplement daily. As we age, our blood pressure naturally raises. Vitamin E serves to counteract this process. But you have to start out slowly. If you take too much of it too soon it will make your blood pressure drop suddenly and cause dizziness. Start out with 100 IU a day and over a period of months slowly raise it until you get to two gel caps of 400 IU a day. <BR><BR>By the way, doctors espouse that 800 IU of Vitamin E a day is what women who have a propensity toward breast cancer should be taking daily. <BR><BR>My mother used to suffer from "white coat syndrome." Every time she went to see her doctor, the stress and anxiety would raise her blood pressure. So what she did was take a Vitamin E capsule just before walking out the door to a doctor's appointment - in addition to her regular supplementation. Then when the nurse took her blood pressure it always checked out fine. *LOL* <BR><BR>Next... <BR><BR>Someone in this thread inquired about an immune system booster. There is an inexpensive immune system booster called Vitamin D3, which is more potent than regular Vitamin D. <BR><BR>A study was conducted at a hospital. Doctors and nurses were surrounded by patients with influenza. They each took 2,000 IU's of Vitamin D a day. The result: none of them came down with the flu. <BR><BR>I tested this hypothesis with myself and my wife. We have been taking 2 to 5,000 IU's of Vitamin D3 a day since 2009 and have not only avoided the annual flu shot but also have not come down with any influenza whatsoever. The annual flu shot is plagued with problems because of the harsh chemicals and poor quality of the inoculations. For example, there are cases of children having seizures after getting the annual flu shot. Avoid that. Intead, take Vitamin D3 every day. <BR><BR>You can get Vitamin D3 in gel cap form in many places, e.g., at Wegmans (the store brand). <BR><BR>Next... <BR><BR>The most important mineral in the body is Calcium. Not only is it crucial for bone and teeth health, but it also fights stress (better than a glass of warm milk) and has myriad other benefits to the body. <BR><BR>The best calcium supplement on the planet (independently verified) is Brazilian Coral Calcium. One reason for this is because the purification process is cold pressed. <BR><BR>Brazillivecoral.com <BR><BR>My mother had Type 2 Diabetes and two minor strokes. The various medications she was prescribed beat the living hell out of her body and in my opinion hastened her death (August of 2009). Anyway, many months before she passed, she noticed that the drugs she was taking daily - like the blood thinner known as warfarin/coumadin, an ingredient in rat poison - was really sucking the calcium out of her body. She knew this because her front teeth started to become transparent (sic). Being the smart gal that she was, she decided to double up on her Coral Calcium intake. Instead of taking three small white capsules a day, the recommended dosage, she took six. Consequently, her teeth went back to normal. <BR><BR>Another anecdote... <BR><BR>Recommended by my Kaiser Permanente doctor on June 15, 2010, I allowed a KP nurse to administer a TDAP shot in my left arm, specifically into my left deltoid muscle. It was even painful going in. A decision I will always regret. It resulted in my getting Fibromyalgia. Weeks later I began to feel like a cripple in my left arm - directly in the site of the injection - and had so much pain that I couldn't sleep at night. Mobility in that arm had greatly reduced. <BR><BR>After many months of investigation and experimentation, the ONLY thing that I found to successfully treat the Fibro was an up-and-coming supplement called NOPALEA. <BR><BR>http://www.trivita.com/Web/us/default.aspx <BR><BR>You take six tablespoons (or more) spread out during the day. Only after I delved into the second bottle did I notice the beginning of a reduction in the pain and inflammation in my left deltoid muscle, and the mobility slowly return. <BR><BR>I am now about 95% cured of Fibromyalgia in my left arm. </P>
<P></P>
<P>Nopalea may also help treat Cystic Fibrosis.<BR><BR>Finally... <BR><BR>There is a website that is a wealth of information on nutritional supplements and preventative medicine. <BR><BR>Naturalnews.com <BR><BR>Check it out. <BR><BR>Take Care & God Bless! <BR><BR>Yours In Service To The Light, <BR>Avadar <BR></P>

lizlas
08-12-2011, 09:16 AM
Im.anxious to try krill oil.&nbsp; but there can be a serious side effect to fish oils . If you &nbsp;suffer from hemoptysis please be careful on the amounts of these oils you are taking as they can inhibit your clotting factors .&nbsp;&nbsp; people in the northern regions of canada who do eat alot of fish as a staple in their diet have been reporterd to have very serious nosebleeds.&nbsp; my mom had to stop taking her fishoil as it was very difficult to regulate and she was experiencing prolonged nosebleeds as well....just something to consider.

lizlas
08-12-2011, 09:16 AM
Im.anxious to try krill oil. but there can be a serious side effect to fish oils . If you suffer from hemoptysis please be careful on the amounts of these oils you are taking as they can inhibit your clotting factors . people in the northern regions of canada who do eat alot of fish as a staple in their diet have been reporterd to have very serious nosebleeds. my mom had to stop taking her fishoil as it was very difficult to regulate and she was experiencing prolonged nosebleeds as well....just something to consider.

lizlas
08-12-2011, 09:16 AM
<BR>Im.anxious to try krill oil. but there can be a serious side effect to fish oils . If you suffer from hemoptysis please be careful on the amounts of these oils you are taking as they can inhibit your clotting factors . people in the northern regions of canada who do eat alot of fish as a staple in their diet have been reporterd to have very serious nosebleeds. my mom had to stop taking her fishoil as it was very difficult to regulate and she was experiencing prolonged nosebleeds as well....just something to consider.

lizlas
08-12-2011, 09:23 AM
my post for some reason is not being listed....be careful with the krill oil and any omegas and fish oils not to overdo...it thins the blood thats why it is good for heartattacks aND STROKES ETC.&nbsp; so if you have hemoptysis be careful with the amounts you are taking.&nbsp; my mom had severe nosebleeds from taking a small amount and had to stop taking it...

lizlas
08-12-2011, 09:23 AM
my post for some reason is not being listed....be careful with the krill oil and any omegas and fish oils not to overdo...it thins the blood thats why it is good for heartattacks aND STROKES ETC. so if you have hemoptysis be careful with the amounts you are taking. my mom had severe nosebleeds from taking a small amount and had to stop taking it...

lizlas
08-12-2011, 09:23 AM
<BR>my post for some reason is not being listed....be careful with the krill oil and any omegas and fish oils not to overdo...it thins the blood thats why it is good for heartattacks aND STROKES ETC. so if you have hemoptysis be careful with the amounts you are taking. my mom had severe nosebleeds from taking a small amount and had to stop taking it...

littletaylor
12-09-2011, 11:48 AM
http://www.hiddenpondllc.com/content/4556

i believe this might be the tonic water that was referred to in the beginning of the conversation, in case it was still needed by anyone. (:

littletaylor
12-09-2011, 11:48 AM
http://www.hiddenpondllc.com/content/4556

i believe this might be the tonic water that was referred to in the beginning of the conversation, in case it was still needed by anyone. (:

littletaylor
12-09-2011, 11:48 AM
http://www.hiddenpondllc.com/content/4556

i believe this might be the tonic water that was referred to in the beginning of the conversation, in case it was still needed by anyone. (: