reply to post by BellaSabre
Absolutely, it's the easiest way to get the supplements you need now that we don't burn the fields after harvest, put bonemeal in the bread, etc.
Seems to be the only way nowadays.
reply to post by sdocpublishing
I can understand that, but it does go further than just refusing to eat fatty, processed food, though that is huge. The problem is that even if you
cook all your food, where do the crops come from? Are they the product of overworked soil? Is the meat given hormones and steroids to make up for its
decreased nutritional intake? You also have to remember that you have to get all of the nutrients you need or the ones you do take in wont respond
A presence or absence of one vitamin may affect another, through metabolism, absorption, excretion, you can't just get a lot of calcium and have it
give you strong bones, you need the iodine, vitamin k, and b, etc. the healthiest thing you can do is get all of the vitamins you need all at once and
in the right amount, that's why supplements are so important. Probiotics help this along by increasing the absorption of all vitamins.
Unless this is all a problem of genetics (which is very rare by the way) your tissue degeneration is just a symptom of this nutritional deficiency,
the vitamins you DO eat not reacting how they should, an absence of the ones you need to repair the damaged degenerating ligaments or tendons,
whichever your case may be. This causes a snowball effect as you struggle to repair the damage but can't access the nutrients that the healing process
requires, or your body picks up the nutrients it needs but they don't react correctly once they are used
This is like the thyroid absorbing fluoride because it thinks it is iodine, or radioactive iodine being absorbed because the thyroid cannot tell the
difference, they look the same to your body, and it is just trying to do its job to the best of its ability.
At least give it a try, they won't be more expensive than pain meds, I can assure you that, and worst case scenario the rest of you gets healthier
anyway, even if you can't shake the arthritis, which I am convinced it will. I've been free of arthritis for 15 years and the doctors told me if it
kept degenerating (knees) I would be in a wheelchair in 5
I'm walking (hehe get it?) proof it really does work
edit on 20-5-2012 by Monsatan because: (no reason given)