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Anne s optimal journal

Discussion in 'My Optimal Journal' started by Anne V, Dec 13, 2018.

  1. Anne V

    Anne V Gold

    Hi, My name is Anne.
    my main problem is an aortic valve getting calcified.
    it started in Feb 2013 going for medical (airline pilot) i got sent to cardio (Arteries )
    medical removed, i need stenting if i want to keep working...
    i was very naive then . so i went along thinking the good doc would cure me
    after op prescription with statins, BP pills aspirin etc...
    luckily after 10 days i got a frozen shoulder. looked up all contre indications of meds and
    it all went in the bin. i was still smoking , cigarettes went in the bin too.
    I did raw vegan for 9 months , gave that up too impossible in winter in the UK
    to keep it short CAA sent me for another stent 9 months later,,, i finally regained my medical 19 months later
    went back to these lovely really long days shift early/late up 3:30/4am week after finishing midnight /1am
    1st of March this year, Aortic valve not acceptable to be a pilot . i need an op urgent or i am going to drop dead.
    He was lucky i did not punch him .i do not like their scare tactics:)
    anyway so here i am today

    i am taking Carnosine, CoQ10 , K2, magnesium malate, Epsom salt baths 3 times/week and japanese knotweed.
    i have been following Dr K for a while so: go look at the sun am eat mainly fish and local veg (very restricted) have done cold showers and have blue blocking glasses,
    have booked a week in the Canaries on the beach and bought tan through swimsuit.
    getting better at sleeping earlier and sleep better.

    That s it for now. grateful for Dr K and this website.
     
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  2. Anne V

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    forgot vitamin D3, all bulbs incandescent except in the kitchen and bathroom (i am renting this house. had to sell mine
    and been in 3 weeks.
    grounding everyday
    not sure how to get on new post so using reply:)
     
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  6. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    Hi and welcome Anne.....

    Are you managing to get seafood? what water are you drinking?
     
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  7. Anne V

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  8. Anne V

    Anne V Gold

    Hi Caroline,
    yes i get wild salmon, crab,mussels, prawns, lobster,sardines sometimes oysters. i have found some, just need to learn to open them.found a place i can do that too:) so will then be able to eat them most days. and some catch of the day when the fish stall comes. i have eaten fish everyday for 2 weeks.
    water 1 is sourced in Wales:llanillyr
    another from Wales spring water 1180
    or Evian sometimes san pellegrino .
    i do not know where to find info on deuterium content with these
     
  9. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    Hi Anne .....there is a few threads on DDW. From what I gather - testing for D content is pretty iffy because we are relying on the company's info.

    There is a site .....EMF warriors - check it out. It was started by scompy from the forum and Jason Baden Powell from here in Oz.
     
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  10. Anne V

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    yes thank you i have looked up
    if i recall dr K says it does not matter as long as mito and atpese creates it
    nothing we swallow will do this job.

    May i thank you for u being there. i have not seen that for 10 years
    very grateful .
     
  11. Anne V

    Anne V Gold

    The only house i could rent have guess what??? a pink bedroom!!!
    so i will repaint cream colour after Xmas without asking permission
    will repaint pink when i leave if landlord wishes
    asking is allowing a possible no
    what do u say :)
     
  12. drezy

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    Are you painting it yourself by your own hand?
     
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  13. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    what about covering some of the walls with tin foil? ...... a la Inger. It is in her journal - I will look up what page and let you know.
     
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  14. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    page 86 of Inger's journal.......second page of journals
     
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  15. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    my pleasure. What haven't you seen for 10 years???
     
  16. Sue-UK

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    Hi Anne :)

    Table 1 of this document might be useful - it gives the levels for several UK spring water sources, and the figures for Evian, San Pellegrino, Vittel and Gerolstein. Gerolsteiner is what I buy when I'm Fuerteventura, (thinking of your trip to the Canaries), its readily available to cater for the German tourists. If I buy UK spring water from a major supermarket (about 1.10 for 5 litres) I do a first freeze method on it as well to drop the number further. :)

    https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/515f/b1ea83358150da00e16f3fe966c0bea8727d.pdf
     
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  17. Anne V

    Anne V Gold

    no a friend volunteered i will help (a bit). not sure it is worth doing. and the smell lingering ...
     
  18. Anne V

    Anne V Gold

    Thank you Caroline
     
  19. Anne V

    Anne V Gold

    support :)
     
  20. Sue-UK

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    I'd check the lease agreement, and ask the landlord if necessary, particularly if the landlord has the right to do a periodic landlord inspection, or calls in because you've reported a fault. We've let property before and if a tenant had painted any room pink and left it like that we'd have repainted a neutral colour before trying to get another tenant. Potential new tenants might be put off by certain colours, and with neutral they could better imagine putting their own belongings in there, and it looks lighter and more airy. It reduces the time it takes to relet, (financially a bonus). It opens up the potential market, not limit it to people who could live with the pink (or whatever other colour). We always agreed for them to paint a room the colour they wanted, provided when they moved out they repainted to a neutral cream before they went. We wanted good tenants to stay as long as possible, and often the paint wanted a refresh anyway, so even if they hadn't done it, it wouldn't have mattered. It never happened, possibly because they didn't want the cost of a commercial painter and decorator being deducted from their deposit.

    As long as its done to a reasonable standard, if you were our tenant, we'd happily give you permission and be privately thanking you. :rofl:
     

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