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There is a fantastic Danish website (a country where a lot of research into nickel allergy has been done) with food lists showing nickel content in most foods. Unfortunately it is in Danish but can be translated on Google. I am a Swedish person living in England so I do understand the Danish. http://www.foedevareallergi.dk/Hvad_skal_du_undgaa/Mad_med_meget_nikkel/lister_over_nikkel_i_mad/nikkel_i_mad_efter_stigende_indhold/nikkel_i_mad_efter_stigende_indhold.
well it looks like your doctor wants to utilized some off - site iodine protacol to see if things will shrink back done. With the research I have done and an iodine user myself... I don't find ionized salt is really the best source to use with this line of treatment. You may want to do some reading about Ioderol supplement and see the better benefits than salt. keep in mind autoimmune thyroid is very sensitive to thyroid.. and can backfire - especially on your condition.
I mean there are like a million things in this multivit (whoever heard if tin in a multivitamin? I didnt even know this was a trace mineral needed by the body-it is berkley & jensen brand from **'s wholesale-it's their store brand) and how do I know if it is an active ingredient, or some stupid filler? I took a snapshot of the ingredient and facts labels and they can be seen here: http://i247.photobucket.com/albums/gg145/cduval04/ingredients.jpg and here: http://i247.photobucket.
In distilling, the vinegar is turned to steam by heating, thus destroying the powerful enzymes and evaporating the life-giving minerals such as potassium, phosphorus, natural organic fluorine, silicon, trace minerals and pectin as well as many other powerful nutrients! Distilling also destroys the natural malic and tartaric acids which are important in fighting body toxins and inhibiting unfriendly bacteria. You can see how the public, with their obsession for eye appeal foods, reacts.
I pointed out that I could not simply take vitamins and minerals without having blood tests to determine which vitamins and minerals I need, and in what dosages. The PCP suggested that I have an evaluation at the Integrative Medicine clinic affiliated with the PCP's medical group. I did some google searches on Integrative Medicine, and I found this website: http://www (dot) webmd (dot) com/a-to-z-guides/features/alternative-medicine-integrative-medicine?
As anything else - lip sticks of glosses give me little sores on my lips and cause them to puff up and get little scabs and peel contantly - i also get dry patches under my eyes and eye lids. When I visited a doctor they told me I may have an allergy to nail polish and an ingrediant in lip glosses/balms its also happens when I were nail polish. After removing it it usually clears up within a week.
MSN granules, 1 tsp. trace minerals, 2-000 size super greens, 4-000-capsules 250,000,HU Cayenne Pepper, 1 tbs. Ruby Reds Powder in 8 oz Filtered water, 1-tsp. 900PPM liquid Potassium, ( 1 tsp. mixed minerals, calcium, silica ) 1-500mg Paba, 4-multiple Amino Acid cap 500 mg, 1- Soya Lecithin 437 mg, 1-triplegarlic, 1-Beta-Carotene cap 25,000 IU, 1 E 400 IU cap, 1- capsule D-alpha Tocopherol, mixed Tocopherols 1,000 IU, 2-Enzymes 500 mg, 2-EsterC 1,000 mg, 1 tbs.
So there's no rheumatologist that I can go to. Yes, I'm on trace minerals. I buy them through iherb online. I do have low potassium and low vitamin D. But I'm being treated for those by my doctor with medication. I also try to eat foods rich in potassium and vitamin D.
You are probably missing lots of things. Yes, minerals, of course. Add one tablespoon of liquid trace minerals to a gallon of filtered water and put it in the refrigerator for use. (That should put an end to sniffing construction sites.) That takes care of minerals. Now add a complete vitam supplement and plus additional B's. Vegan diets are off-the-wall in terms of depriving our body of its basic needs. After five years you may have developed serious deficiencies.
my eye doctor told me it was due to mild allergies and prescribed eye drops which didnt help in the least so i turned to over the counter allergy medicine which hasn't helped either (so i dont think it's allergies) and in the last 3 weeks not only are my eyelids itchy but when i wake up in the morning my upper eye lids are bright red and swelled up so bad that its embarassing!!!!
She thinks my dye allergy is a actual flavoring allergy. My research along with my symptoms, I'm wondering if I have a petroleum allergy??? Petroleum is in everything I'm finding out. I've always had problems with soaps, fragrances, lotions, deoderants. I'm trying to figure this out before I have to go in for allergy testing with a $3,000 bill. I am a nurse and am constantly washing my hands, applying lotions, wearing vinyl gloves. Any comment?
I've had aquagenic urticaria for 2 yrs now and where I live the doctor told me I am the only one that has this in the city. I was told to do my research on this disease online because my doctor did not have much information about it because its occurance is so rare. All the medication that was prescribed didnt work. Even using boxes of baking soda in the bathtub doesnt work and thats what my dermatologist told me would get rid of the hives in the first place.
Day 33 Tramadol Cold Turkey Withdrawal; Immune System Breakdown ... I guess when the cat is away, the mice they will play. Last night I was alone in the house and steadily starting to believe I had a cold in the nose starting. Got rapidly worse. Searched for the Z-Pac, found the Z-Pac. Took the first dose. Woke up this morning thinking OMG I am so tired. But I didn't feel the "I feel like crawling in a hole and dying" thing. Progress!!
I'm doing some extensive research on any connection between hashimotos and gluten "specifically" I"m still researching but wanted to chime in on Barbs question of "not having anti-gluten antibodies" because i actually JUST read this, I've found this "statement" so far..
If the Candida is giving you difficulty swallowing, you may want to drink some lemon water. Take the juice of a fresh lemon and put it in about 20 oz of cold water do not add sugar. It will not taste wonderful,and it will (and should) be bitter. You say Yuck, but try it anyway. The acids from the lemon juice may temporarily "deaden" the nerves in the throat as well as shrink the tissues, reducing the pain and the swelling.
I was exposed to a mineral supplement that contained lithium and arsenic iodine and other trace minerals or colloidal metal mixture, its toxic stuff, at least it was to me. I had developed thyroiditis too as a result, both the mucus and thryoid problem happened around the same time. im only 25 and have been dealing with this for 2 years now. I get thick sticky mucus, or Post nasal drip after eating drinking, exercising, putting on makeup or perfumes, anthing that stimulates my body.
I have 2 different tests one urinalysis says I have trace amounts of protein. I think referring to the cloudyness. Even though it's labeled as trace it has a star next to it showing its abnormal. The other test shows I have very high levels of protein. From what I have read the normal amount for one sample is 10mg and mine was 170mg. Yet I'm told by my doctors this means nothing. They completely ignore the fact that I've been complaining of kidney pain for more than 2 years.
-B-complex vitamin (as with all vitamins beware of the quality, it's better to pay more for high quality vitamins from a trustworthy company and have it do some good than buy cheap and get nothing! (B12 is known as the energy vitamin). -Minerals in trace form, I like the drops. (with zinc, potassium, copper etc etc).Alot of these trace minerals are necessary for the uptake and /or absorption of vitamins, they are co-factors.) -Omega 3's (Krill oil is best, go to Mercola.com to read why).
Found out that my diet was sufficient, and I was getting well over the RDA values for all Vitamins and Minerals. Stopped taking the vitamins. They are unnecessary, since I get enough from my diet alone. (go to Fitday.com, enter your diet, click on "reports", and it tells you the RDA values/Vitamins and Minerals you are taking in). Since then, the numbness and tingling has stopped. Thank god !
Hello, I have had symptoms very similiar to those described in the previous posts..."rotten egg" burps followed by nausea, vomiting, diahrea. The boughts would last about 3 days and then come back a week or two later. During one really bad episode, I was so dehydrated that I had to spend 24hrs at the ER on an IV. All the doctors I have seen have no idea what this could be. I was diagnosed with GERD (acid reflux) and IBS....also I tested positive for h. pylori ( a bacterial infection).
30 at night and vomits but proceeds to fell fine with no signs of sickness during the day. My thoughts are dietary allergy or some sort of post nasal drip as I also have a 2 year old who has not at all been effected. Although I'm not a doctor and cant assume otherwise. If this "illness" continues to occur then I will proceed to either the ER and or my family doctor. But I am still very concerned.
A significantly higher risk of positive allergic reaction was found in patients showing post-op allergy compatible response (ACRG), in which cases allergy tests could be recommended.
Liver has about 95% of the vitamins AND trace minerals we need on a weekly basis in one serving. And because they are all balanced in a perfect food tyoe way already, my absorption rate should be way better than pills and shots. Didn't any of you grow up with mums or grammas who would force you to eat liver once per week? Or give you pate, not telling you it was liver pate? WELL guess what! They were operating on ancient nutritional wisdom.
i just started smelling smoke about 2 days ago. it seems to be getting worse. it's really starting to bug me now. i have never smoked, and i'm smelling the smoke when no one else can smell it.
Been there --- done that and unfortunately, still doing it. ; ^ ) The MP is a research protocol but guess what ? The medications are not research medications. My insurance is covering everything. Best of luck to you --- whatever you choose to do. I seriously do believe that your illness falls in the lyme, CFS, MCS and/or lyme disease category.
Just a note on foods, PVC's and the digestive system. I was recently diagnosed with gallstones in my gallbladder, the gallbladder needs to be removed. But it has/is causing some stomach discomfort, usually after eating, especially if the meal was oily or fatty because that's what the gallbladder does is add extra digestive horsepower to aid in breaking down oils and fats. If fatty or oily foods seem to mess up your stomach, you may have gallstones.
They even gave me an ECG (heart trace) and it checked out fine. The pains in the chest area are quite commonly mistaken as heart related. I followed this up with my GP and blood tests showed I had H-Pylori. One side effect of the triple course antibiotics is indigestion (strange as it is a symptom).
Constipation, junk food, food and other allergies. They even say in recent years that an allergy can give you a slight fever. Anything is possible with all the pollution and weird food nowadays. Don't let doctors tell you that you are crazy!! It can be exacerbated by nervousness and stress, but it's not just nerves or all in your head. Good luck and good health to everyone!!
But mine is caused by a food allergy. If I eat seafood or peanut butter, it starts. If I don't, then it's gone. We didn't figure it out until I ate a bunch of crabs and the same symptom appeared on my eye lid. It's called an allergic dermatitis. Hydrocortisone helps and another produt called elidel helps, but don't use that one on your eyelids lol, made that mistake OUCH!!
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