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Old 05-30-2008, 16:43   #11
 
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Wow, that is so true. If we could get back where man was before the fall. A perfect state of balance. Our water and food sources were full of everything we needed. Now, look what man has done. Contaminated the water and destroyed the nutrients in the ground our foods are grown in. Trying to achieve a state of balance, we drink alkaline water to bring it back to its original form. We eat as much organic veggies as possible. We use only first cold pressed oils and different salts than most. The salt we use is in its purest form from the ocean. We can make a difference in our health if we are willing to educate ourselves and help ourselves.
Curedit, what have you done? My daughter was diagnosed with type 1 over a year ago. Based on what she eats, drinks, and supplements she takes she has normal blood sugars and no medication. People do not seem to believe it because they are so blinded by modern medicine and what they have been taught. They need to learn what to eat and drink to live a healthy life. I tell my 8 yr. old, "we eat to live, not live to eat". She is following Robert Young's, "The pH Miracle for Diabetes".

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LOL Richard. That's a Good one. Ha! Bad devil.
Of course, now you've made me hungry.
Thanks a Bunch. Nice that you started this. I
guess you noticed that I'm a bit slow.
Hey wait for me terrie, Richard has made me hungery too LOL.

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great stuff, keep em comming

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Hello kind folk,
Here is a common phrase that i have heard from folk in priviliged positions .
"I/we believe that this substance/product poses no significant danger to the publics health".
Here is my translation,lol
"If you happen to be an insignificant member of the public,then your health is in danger".
bye for now
That reminds me, at one time, cigarettes were prescribed to clam your nerves.

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All right you guys. Let me know when you get tired of me. Today I had a three month follow up since starting Byetta. Besides the good lab results I had that I posted on a previous thread, today I discovered I have lost 29 pounds! I am so glad I seem to be on the right track. Let's celebrate with a hot fudge sundae! *sigh* Only kidding.

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I am a firm believer in carbs that gives you energy. With a diabetic, Carbs are the confirmed enemy and our metabolism is not running as fast as we like it to be and we are lazy too. Technology is to blame that makes us lazy.
Rubystar , May I congratulate you in your 29 Pound loss. Gee I can see you dancing again. Now I would say that Carbohydrates helped you in your weight loss in the form of exercise.

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Congrats on the weight loss. That is great.

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For finding your own way of diabet treatment i recommend you to consult with a doctor about your private method and medicine. If you wish, you can just ask a doctor following this link

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To know more - you can even send him a letter. Of course, it's free!
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Angel's Food vs. Devil's Food...
Now I think that every food is Devil`s Food and there is no Angel`s Food

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An elderly couple was getting ready for bed one night. The wife turned to her husband and said, "I'm just so hungry for ice cream and there isn't any in the house."

"I'll get you some," her husband offered.

"You're a dear," she said. "Vanilla with chocolate sauce. Write it down --you'll forget."

"I won't forget," he said.

"With whipped cream on top."

"Vanilla with chocolate sauce and whipped cream on top," he repeated.

"And a cherry," she said.

"And a cherry on top."

"Please write it down," she said. "I know you'll forget."

"I won't forget," he insisted. "Vanilla with chocolate sauce, whipped cream and a cherry on top."

The husband went off and returned after a while with a paper bag, which he handed to his wife in bed. She opened up the bag, and pulled out a ham sandwich.

"I told you to write it down," she said. "You forgot to get the mustard."

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