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Discussion in 'Meet and Greet' started by tellmisty, Feb 21, 2014.

  1. Elbee

    Elbee New Member

    Hi, I am from Melbourne and a retired RN. I have been unexpectedly distracted by JK's info. My family think it is quite strange that I am up at dawn (most times) and walking barefooted ( & the rest) on our cold frosty mornings. Although I am waving a white flag when our Antarctic winds are blowing. Antics when sourcing drinking water & not wearing my regular glasses are just the beginning. Trying to ditch my Asthma - off all meds. while watching the peak flow. Only 1 cold this winter with half the regular prednisone under physician's guidance. So much to learn & quite a bit to change. Cheers Lynn
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  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Nice job Elbee. Go further.
  3. sass

    sass New Member

    Hi, I'm Sass and new to this (already feeling much better). We are in Swansea in South Wales in the U.K.
    I am primarily here for my son who has autism, epilepsy, extremely high anxiety / PDA, difficulties with language (only has vocabulary/ scripts), self-injury, gut problems, food intolerances, limited interests, and mood swings. He's not on meds.
    We are both REALLY addicted to screens. I have reduced the time we spend on them and started going outdoors more (REALLY not easy to do this with him but I'm finding our own way). I wear blue light blocking glasses and he will try them on now and again and refuses the yellow filter screen.
    I have asthma (already better although autumn is my bad time of year so it's getting worse - I use inhalers), low moods, low energy, poor sleep and am overweight. I look forward to healthier happier times for both of us.
    We are both on low carb, high fat diets and I've only just started eating seafood myself and will work out how to give it to my son as I go along. I have changed my perception many many times over the years so hopefully won't struggle with that although we are currently following other protocols/ taking supplements. I will shift as I go along as I won't easily give up the things that have made a real difference to my son.
    Anyway I'm glad to be here and thank you for accepting me. xxx
    p.s. my son currently has a cold - he always functions much better when he is ill. He is in a lovely, bright, communicative mood today. Thoughts??
    Last edited: Aug 30, 2018
  4. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    All my thoughts are in this one slide and where you chose to live. Nobody sees what the Black Swan mitochondriac does. Why is the link to serotonin a big deal? Serotonin and melatonin are made from Tryptophan. What did Jack say in the Patreon blogs about Tryptophan? That is why where autism, speech delay, and sensory processing disorders are no shocker to the Black Swans among us, in the neocortex of kids with poorly spinning ATPases. That ability came from the epigenetic misprogramming of the germ lines that the kid came from.

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  6. DrStephane

    DrStephane Platinum Member

    Hopefully I did this right :)
  7. Matt Roten

    Matt Roten New Member

    Age: 38 Sex: Male Joined JackKruse.com: October 24, 2018

    Location: Boone NC, USA

    Dx: severe dermatitis, stuttering

    Current Rx: Dupixent, for dermatitis

    Current Therapies / Protocols: [List therapies or Protocols you're working, like: Leptin Rx, CT, incorporating any Mitochondrial boosting mechanisms I learn about

    Health WINS: their coming soon!

    Health Goals: body comp, energy, family health, improving all client health, getting rid of dermatitis, getting rid of stuttering, improving overall brain performance and physical performance

    Man Jack, ever since I started listening to your youtube videos or any videos you are a part of, my mind has been blown. Love learning everything i can from you and the members here
  8. Matt Roten

    Matt Roten New Member

    Jack, is there a mito link and hack for stuttering?
  9. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Well it is a brainstem issue.......I've never done one but it would not too be hard to do.
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  10. Matt Roten

    Matt Roten New Member

    Interesting, thats the first time ive heard that it was a brainstem issue. Ive read research about it being a stress point targeted at the vocal folds and that it could be a nueron issue in the part of the brain that develops words...

    How would you treat it? is that surgical or a light treatment?

    thanks Jack
  11. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Mitohacks. My October 2018 webinar used another brainstem disease to explain the mechanism. You might listen to it sometime.
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  12. Matt Roten

    Matt Roten New Member

    Ok I’ll go watch that.

    Thanks Jack. Really appreciate it
  13. kokura

    kokura New Member

    Hi how to change avatar, please?
  14. Claire H

    Claire H New Member

    I just added my signature :)
  15. Brigid

    Brigid New Member

    Hello I'm Brigid
    Age: 50 Sex: F
    Joined JackKruse.com: 16-2-2019

    Location: [Spain, 38north, UTC-1]

    Dx: [L-Carnitine deficiency, Celiac]

    ?1977 Appendectomy
    1997 Thorax reconstruction (thorax escavadus)

    Current Rx: [List any Rx you're taking]

    Current Therapies / Protocols:
    Avoiding ALAN, got the Raoptics nightglasses, never wear sunglasses, don't watch tv nor netflics etc neither on pc. Love sunbathing and being outside.
    Sungazing in the morning (in the weekend sunrise at the beach, during week after 9am from my balcony).
    Increasing my water intake as advised by Dr Kruse to 4liters a day.
    I have an earthing sheet love to hear opinions /experiences from others)
    Am trying to minimize my time on mobile device. Aka not holding it in my hand while listening to YouTube. And spend less time on social media).

    Health WINS:

    Health Goals:
    Improve overall health/avoiding illneses. Feel like I'm sensitive to the nnEMFs, looking for ways to minimize exposure where I'm at and counter actions. And if necessary more actions like relocation.
    I have some problems like brainfog, eye floaters and my eyesight varies.
    I have a job cleaning schools 30hrs a week. It's a physically demanding job and at times it hurts my muscles and joints. So looking for ways to reduce the pain. Pros are I'm free during daytime. (9am - 16.30)
    I have a body type that loses weight easily and gain slowly (the job burns 900cal a day).. So I'm always fighting to gain weight in a healthy way. My diet is mainly plantbased with fish/seafood and some meat. I'm 5.8 and approx 132p

    My Optimal Journal: [Insert your link] currently looking into that as this is my first post.
  16. Brigid

    Brigid New Member

    In your profile click on the one you have.. And you can upload another. :)
  17. NDC74

    NDC74 New Member

    Im a new member and Im just starting to feel my way around. Starting to read the posts
    and I noticed that the color scheme used boxed posts make it difficult to read specially if
    you are wearing blue-blocking glasses.

    Is there a scientific reason for using white letters on an orange background? Or is it purely for aesthetic reason?

    If it is mainly for aesthetic reason, I suggest to change it to improve its readability.

    Many thanks. Cheers
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  18. drezy

    drezy New Member

    If you're using a laptop browser you can locally change the color scheme and fonts fairly easily. I do that.
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  19. NDC74

    NDC74 New Member

    Many thanks, Drezy, for your kind advise. Im using iPad, not laptop. Not really a big deal. But if Dr K say that color is therapeutic,
    then thats fine. Thanks again.
  20. drezy

    drezy New Member

    Don't miss this trick too

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