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Aussies and the donut hole!

Discussion in 'The Cave' started by caroline, Aug 30, 2013.

  1. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    So ..... in the Q&A the other day - Dr. K. talked about the ozone layer and the donut hole over Australia.

    I am wondering how we should be dealing with this .... extra precautions? How should us Aussies be dealing with this?

    I feel great, don't crave carbs [eat very few] don't burn at all - even when out in the hot sun for hours and hours. I got extraordinarily brown ...that has never happened before - I would always burn.

    My vitamin D is high - at least it was - I will check again.

    What have we missed?

    Jude - what is your experience?

    Nick - lucky guy with a magnetico .....please tell us how that is going...

    Freesia and Corriander ...what is your take on this?

    Any other Aussies?

    Another thing that I don't understand - Dr. K. sits in the sun and turns himself into a lobster......
  2. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Dr K must have low Alpha Melanocyte-Stimulating Hormone (α-MSH).

    There are MT-2 injections that could remedy at least part of that.

    I use it and am getting brown skin without prolonged sun exposure.

    Wonder why dr K decided against MT-2?

  3. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Dr K must have low Alpha Melanocyte-Stimulating Hormone (α-MSH).

    There are MT-2 injections that could remedy at least part of that.

    I use it and am getting brown skin without prolonged sun exposure.

    Wonder why dr K decided against MT-2?

  4. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    JanSz - I really don't understand either. I thought burning was really harmful but Dr. K. seems to want to do that.....
  5. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    I forgot to share what Dr. K. told me in the Q&A

    what to do if you live in Oz ........

    Eat mainly/mostly seafood and very low carb all year

    C/T all year
  6. freesia

    freesia Old Member

    Hey Caroline,

    My plan is to CT right on through this coming Summer like I did the last one. There might be a week in January when I'm camping away from home and don't have access to ice, otherwise I'll try to CT every couple of days.
    What I want to do differently this time is stay keto all the way through. I relaxed way too much on carbs when things were plentiful in the garden last January/February. Won't do that this year because it stalled my progress and slid me backwards with (what felt like) an increase in inflammation, and a loss of respiratory "fitness" <-- probably not a technically correct term! That might not happen for others but, whatever it was, it happened for me.

    One thing I haven't done yet is make a really good attempt to organise some magnets. I have done a bit of research though. If I had a good source of strong enough magnets I'd like to hire a gauss meter and set something up - at least for a trial. If I make any progress on that front I'll let you know. ;)
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  7. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    One other thing I forgot to mention .....JK thought we, for sure, need a magnetico .....

    Freesia - I am going to get nonchalant to help me with magnets - will let you know....
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  8. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    The blog covering this issue is quite detailed......nothing should be left uncovered.
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  9. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    I am guessing that is a big clue ....but you love being totally uncovered.......do you always have to be so baffling????

    So - I was planning on going to go to Bondi beach and sunbathe topless .....guess I have to rethink that.....

    I am always about a dozen steps behind - probably a lot more than that - but I was trying to be kind to myself...
  10. nonchalant

    nonchalant Silver

    I read it the other way, Audrey. He means something like "all will be laid bare."
  11. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    taking your breasts out is not a bad thing.......as long as you are doing some other things when you live in Aus.......if your CTing and eating Epi Paleo your are doing the extra's........but why, you do not really know yet........and yes.......the mind bending reasons are coming. See the laws of nature are simple......but the application of those three things are where the rubber meets the road for optimal.

    A complex life needs the balance of simplicity. To amplify your life in the modern world you must simplify things that surround you. Educators and researchers take a simple things and make it complex , communicators take a complex things and try to make it simple. How do I simplify? 1. I speak from my heart. 2. Speak with such clarity that a child would understand. 3. Speak things that are relevant to your fellow man. Always speak things that relate to human spirit and things that provoke intellectual curiosity and offer something practical for their everyday life. If you don't minister to the human spirit, mind and physical realm then chances are you are not relating fully.
  12. Inger

    Inger Silver

    LOL... Audrey always see the bright side in life ;)

    Optimalbound showed me a nudist beach close to here BTW. It is the beach where we CTed. That said I would not have the courage to be naked in public..huh! I might find a lonely plase there though! Audrey you already know you are welcome to join me ;)
    Last edited: Aug 31, 2013
  13. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    I think it would be good to sunbathe nude Inger - in the company of others - we need to shed our inhibitions ...at least I do! I think then, maybe we shed a false exterior and can focus on our passions.........

    We have more important stuff to worry about than if our body is perfect. I am guessing that imperfection is far more attractive and interesting . All of us can relate to imperfections in a big way ....it is how we are living our life that is important.......

    How many of us know people that are concerned over every single thing about their appearance? How boring to be around them - they are missing passion ........

    When I see someone with passion and caring and love in their heart - they become very beautiful to me.

    It is not their exterior that counts.....only their interior.... That is everything......
  14. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    so - that as his way of toying with us? I should be used to this by now......OMG I am a slow learner.......
  15. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    so ...we are doing stuff right ....only we don't know why yet. I was assuming, one again, that I had missed the "why" or it had gone over my head......That is a pleasant surprise.....

    I read the FB stuff - but still not clear - anyone else got a handle on it?

    My head perpetually hurts these days.... I need a bigger coconut to file all this stuff.........
  16. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    So......bare is good???? I am going in the right direction? It has taken me a lifetime to get here........
  17. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    New blog at the end has a cite.......as a teaser just for you caroline.......next blog will not need a Rosetta stone......it is raw and it is quite bold.
    And it talks a lot about the donut hole........but people need to digest EE 3.......the link between cancer and autoimmunity is massive
  18. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    That link to cancer scares the crap out of me........There are cancer clinics everywhere here. Everyone I know [real Aussies - not pretend ones like me] have had multiple skin cancers. Everyone gets their body mapped and goes at least once a year to a cancer clinic. I think I have had my head in the sand on this one ....I think I have been thinking since I haven't lived here all my life that it won't happen to me........
  19. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Well you have been with me 3 yrs.......and you have gotten many lectures.......let me ask you this to test what you have learned.......everything comes down to three factors. The photoelectric effect, water, and magnetism. the result in Aussie is runaway AI, cancer, and autism..........all three are exploding in the Southern hemisphere. So the question is.......how might you think these 3 act to cause the donut hole........and then tell me what having a wide open hole to the sun may affect you based upon the things you have assimilated?
    Last edited: Aug 31, 2013
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  20. Nick

    Nick Gold

    Hi Caroline

    I need to catch up on the Q&A on this one, sounds like there have been some bombshells going off. Low Carb, Epi-Paleo and CT all year doesn't sound like too much of head bender for us in Australia. Thanks Jack, for throwing a bit more love to us Aussies!

    To answer your question Caroline, The Magnetico is awesome! We have two now, one 10G for my wife and I, and 1 5G for our 3yo. he has been the main driver for the magnetico as Jack gave us some pretty focussed advice a several months ago about how to tackle his massive list of allergies and eczema. Turns out he was sleeping next to all of our wireless devices on the other side of the wall and a big constant 12mgauss constant field from a fridge. We have removed as much emf as possible, esp at night, all wifi is gone, all phones turned off, no electrical devices turned on in any bed room, fridge has been moved and magneticos purchased. We also turn off lots of lights after sun down, eat early and feed the kids lots of fatty meats wherever possible. I would like to say we do this perfectly but our experience with a 3yo falls short from time to time, bananas in winter ahhhhhh. At least he eats heaps of good quality meat.

    In three months we have seen his skin clear significantly, we are using around 1/4 of the steroid creams and in his last batch of testing we won back several food groups and other allergens. We still have a way to go with the nuts and eggs but we are feeling hopeful. Our n=1 experience with the Magnetico and a 3yo is that it takes time to adjust. My wife slept with hime for about 3 months as he was agitated during the night and was wriggling in his sleep a lot. She made sure he didn't start scratching and open up his skin. We persisted because even though the sleeps were tough, he showed positive signs quickly, for instance when his skin became infected he didn't need antibiotics, for the first time he was able to fight off the infection himself, his skin started clearing and he generally looked much more calm during the day. We gave the Magnetico a break for a about three weeks where his sleep is now much better than it has ever been and we are about to start up again. After talking to the guys at magnetico we will put it under his bed which will drop it to 2G and look to bring it back up to 5G as soon as we can. Hopefully this brings us the best of both worlds.

    My wife and I love the 10G one we have on our bed, it is like the 'sleep machine', not much else to report as we are both pretty healthy and don't have complicated health issues that we are battling (at leasts that we know about, we will start testing ourselves soon). We just now need to get another 5G one for our 6yo. Expensive, but as they don't wear out or break down they are a crazy great value investment over a lifetime considering the benefits they bring.

    Hope this experience helps anyone dealing with eczema and allergies, it is a terrible thing to deal with as a family, physically and emotionally. Everyone has opinions and we tend to be frowned upon for not doing enough by people on the outside looking in, even though we have been at our wits ends. The specialists here in Brisbane just offer advice on creams and wrapping which changes in every consult. This has been extremely frustrating. Dr Kruses explanations however have been like a life raft thrown our way with concrete actions we can do, even though I don't understand a lot of the detail yet. The results are starting to come through and if this trend continues then we will have achieved a remarkable outcome.
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