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Mermaids are the missing link!

Discussion in 'Factor X' started by jeanie@truelongmont.com, May 23, 2012.

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  2. PrimalPam

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    Almost started a new thread due to the spam....arrrrgh....in the last few posts.....so please ignore them...



    But decided to revitalize this thread because there are so many terrific comments already.



    I just happened to catch part of the "Mermaids" show on Discovery last night. All I can say is....wow.



    I just kept thinking, wow, Dr. K. is RIGHT...we DID walk up out of the water. The evidence is staggering. And it all makes so much more sense now, reading all the comments on this thread about loving the water so much despite not having ever been a great swimmer before, or that shorter-distance swimmers prefer a layer of fat for buoyancy.



    My experience is that, it took me months to gather the courage do do CT. I kept reading, and thinking, well, that's crazy, so that's where I'll stop with this Leptin thing. I was looking for a diet, wanted to lose a few lbs. Submerging my body in 50-degree water? Are you freaking KIDDING me????



    But I finally decided, after "peer pressure" here (lol), to try it. The very first time I did it, I dumped my entire freezer ice into the tub, stuck a thermometer in, and did the little-toe first thing. Within 20 minutes, I was fully submerged and it felt great. I could not believe how...."natural"....it felt. And I remember reading Dr. K., saying, do it 2-5 x/week. I figured, I'll get in there a couple of times, and call it a day. Um, no. I did it 5 x/week for 4 months straight. On my days "off", I wanted to write Dr. K. and ask if 6-7 times a week was ok, but I was trying to follow the protocol, so I "limited" myself to 5 x/week.



    So in the past 4 weeks, I've been traveling a ton (5 trips back-to-back-to-back) and figured I could do without CT for a little bit. But I am missing it now SO much I plan to get back to my 5 x/week immediately.



    So the question is: WHY do I like CT so much? Spending close to an hour in frigid water makes me feel....good?



    The other question is: I am 50 years old. I NEVER ate seafood (except canned tuna...now yuk). But I eat it every day now. I order it in restaurants, voluntarily. Automatically. Like, I automatically scan the menu for the seafood options. I don't even look at anything else. My family now looks at me like I have 3 heads, because the KNOW I hate seafood. And my shopping cart is always full of it now, and I'm constantly scanning for seafood recipes.



    This show was SO good, and I'm going to find it and DVR it for re-watch.



    Point is, Dr. K. is RIGHT...we DID swim up out of the oceans. I came here this morning to re-read the blogs where he spoke so specifically of it, because I just kept thinking....O.M.G., I read that already!
     
  3. Jack Kruse

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    I like this.......i wish more people would go back and re read.........when you understanding improves the words I wrote become very clear and take on a new meaning.
     
  4. Jack Kruse

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    If you go back and re read CT one and CT 2.........cold is the primordial condition for all life on this planet. Modern life cloaks that fact.
     
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  6. PrimalPam

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    Thanks Dr. K.! Saved me from having to figure out where I read it...I'll go to it now!



    Something else... (lol, I can be very talk-y after a good night's sleep!)....



    I have almost never used my heater in my house. People have always thought I was nuts, and even though I live in Houston, it DOES get cold. This morning, when I woke up, my house thermostat read 55. I HATE going to people's houses, stores, offices, where I feel the heater. No one has ever understood this about me, nor did I...I just liked the way it felt. NOW I get it.
     
  7. Jack Kruse

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  8. PrimalPam

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    My thermostat right now...
     
  9. Jack Kruse

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    I spent 3.5 hours naked in ice this AM.....while typing on my computer. I can multitask! I then help put our Xmas tree up.
     

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