posted on Sep, 21 2014 @ 03:50 PM
originally posted by: vaibow123
What would be the best diet? a reply to: rickymouse
I'm not good enough at this yet to say. It is dependent on your genetics. I recently did the ancestry.com genetic test and the livewello app. It
allows me to check some things but also necessitates a lot of research to understand the inherited genetic mutations I have.
I did this to find out which of a couple of genetic problems I have. I was wondering if I have Wilson's disease or a very similar AIP porphyria. I
have two mutations from both parents in the AIP and one mutation from both parents along with seven mutations from a single parent in Wilsons. I also
have lots of single parent mutations from one parent in the ERYTHROPOIETIC PROTOPORPHYRIA genetic mutation but do not seem to have any symptoms of
that but my first daughter can't go into the sun. It makes her sick. This means it is being expressed in her and more active. These are all
dominant genes. My Mthfr genes are half red or double parented, but some of these reds are good for me but not for others who do not have my
genetics. They are corrections for some of my problems.
So since these diseases mean I can't eat certain foods unless I consume an antidote food occasionally, I can't test on myself as to the healthy
foods for others. Everyone has to eat different foods to remain normal both mentally and physically. I can't eat a lot of sulfur unless I increase
my bodies ability to detox this. If I didn't have to eat sulfur foods to help control my temporal lobe epilepsy it would be better.
My research over the years to discover possible ways to control my epilepsy is what is showing me of the way that society is doping the public. Those
who do not have problems with certain foods tell others to eat them and evidence backs this. Because this is passed back and forth and everyone has
one sort of dope that effects them and dulls their intellect, most people can't think to their full capacity. Many people also get sick and weakened
and then the viruses can take hold.
One mans medicine is another man's poison. What strengthens one person weakens another. Trust your cravings and ask your older relatives what they
eat if they aren't experiencing any problems but remember, these mutations do not always get activated and we do get them from both parents. Also
blood type is involved but I have more to learn about that before I can comment on it. That has to deal with agglutination which means companion
foods can cancel out bad effects.
Sorry to get so off topic. I figured I had these diseases but now I have evidence to prove it. They will not accept my evidence so I am going right
to the porphyria association to get more precise information. At two grand a test, I needed evidence to justify the expenditure of this money,
insurance will not pay for these unless the doctor orders it. I need four tests.
Like I said the modifications of my ancestors can fix a lot of these problems but if I take most long term drugs I have problems. More than just the
In these inconveniences I do have one good thing.......an enzyme that breaks down caffeine is very low so coffee can keep me going for hours. The
drawback is that if I drink too much I get jittery. I know what will help to neutralize that though.