CELEBRATION FOR NEW BREAKTHROUGH AND RESEARCH!


So… the GOOD NEWS:  My thyroid may CORRECT itself!  If anything else corrects itself, well, that will be a MIRACLE!  Thank you God for blessing me with this information and leading me to these insights!  For giving me eyes to research this data and the openness to being receptive and the courage to carry it out!

I ask for 3 things: 1, EXCELLENT HEALTH, 2. FINANCIAL FREEDOM, and 3. EMOTIONAL SOBRIETY = WHOLENESS!  Mission: To give back to the community after providing for myself and my family. To 1. Provide for myself. 2. Future family. 3. Community. Simply put, TO GIVE BACK!

Thought: “WOW, could ALL of this have stemmed from a GLUTEN-INTOLERANCE?”

Continued, “Does that mean that ‘x’ percent of people who have FIBROMYALGIA, CHRONIC FATIGUE (CFS), and other RHEUMATOID issues might CORRECT their issues if they eliminate gluten ENTIRELY?”  Note the importance of eliminating it 100%:

“Even worse, the immune response to gluten can last up to 6 months each time you eat it. This explains why it is critical to eliminate gluten completely from your diet if you have fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, lyme disease, celiac, and any other auto-immune disease. There’s no “80/20″ rule when it comes to gluten. Being “mostly” gluten-free isn’t going to cut it. If you’re gluten intolerant, you have to be 100% gluten-free to prevent immune destruction of your thyroid.”

GROUNDBREAKING RESEARCH!  PASS THIS ON!  SHARE THIS INFORMATION WITH PEOPLE!

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BREAKTHROUGH UPDATE AND RESEARCH CONTINUED!


Theory/Hypothesis:  Could gluten (found in wheat) have coated my intestinal walls making it hard to absorb nutrients and/or BROCCOLI (A goitrogen) was BLOCKING iodine from getting into my body.

Provided that I have an iodine deficiency, and the iodine deficiency causing temporary hypothyroidism?

Since I have eliminated gluten, as well as broccoli (both of these products prevent iodine from being absorbed), iodine seems like it has been able to make it into my system, so my test results are indicating hyperthyroid because I am “over-medicated.”

My theory/hunch has been that if I continue to 1. (chronological) be gluten-free and 2. avoid goitrogenic foods) the iodine will absorb in my body to where I eventually will no longer need thyroid replacement hormone.

Brain teaser:  Was the prevention of iodine absorption caused by GLUTEN or excess ingestion of GOITROGENS?

To further research: CAUSES OF IODINE DEFICIENCY:  GLUTEN AND/OR GOITROGENS?

UPDATE:  GLUTEN IS SAID TO BE A GOITROGEN!  I AM DEAD ON IN MY RESEARCH!

SO, could it be that the COMBINATION of GLUTEN + GOITROGEN has caused my AUTO-IMMUNE CONDITIONS!

GROUNDBREAKING RESEARCH!

Continued thoughts:  My body now, and more each day, “should,” in theory, be able to obtain, or rather absorb, more and more nutrients now that it LACKED due to gluten.  Experts say:

“Even worse, the immune response to gluten can last up to 6 months each time you eat it. This explains why it is critical to eliminate gluten completely from your diet if you have fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, lyme disease, celiac, and any other auto-immune disease.  There’s no “80/20″ rule when it comes to gluten. Being “mostly” gluten-free isn’t going to cut it. If you’re gluten intolerant, you have to be 100% gluten-free to prevent immune destruction of your thyroid.”

VERY IMPORTANT, FOLKS!

BREAKTHROUGH – Iodine-deficiency vs. hypothyroidism?


BREAKTHROUGH!  A light-bulb has just gone off!  Am I being medicated for “hypothyroidism” when I may only have an iodine deficiency? How do you differentiate/rule out the two? ie, iodine deficiency versus hypothyroidism? I do know that my thyroid results came back hypothyroid, however, I came back NEGATIVE for Hashimoto’s antibodies, which is the primary CAUSE of hypothyroidism. Typically hypothyroidism is GENETIC, and nobody in my family to my knowledge has it, so how do I and the doctors know I don’t just have an Iodine deficiency? Why didn’t they test me for an iodine deficiency before putting me on medication? Now I am on medication and don’t know if I actually have an iodine deficiency!

I might have an  Iodine-deficiency versus classic hypothyroidism!

Plan:  Reduce my Synthyroid slowly and see if my thyroid levels are perfect the lower I go.  Note:  I was eating so much broccoli before that it was blocking absorption of my medication and iodine.  **If you are not familiar with “goitrogens,” please EDUCATE yourselves on them immediately!  ***IF you have a “thyroid” disorder you MUST avoid goitrogens because they will suppress the function of the thyroid gland by interfering with iodione uptake.  Now that I have stopped ALL goitrogens my iodine levels are improving.

Simply put, if you have been diganosed with a thyroid issue, it is PERTINENT that you figure out whether or not you have an IODIONE DEFICIENCY!  Do NOT just let your doctors put you on medication without finding out if you have a DEFICIENCY OF ANYTHING!  THEY MAKE MONEY OFF THE MEDICATIONS THEY PRESCRIBE YOU!  THEY’RE CALLED “KICKBACKS!”

PS-  “FIBROMYALGIA” SUFFERS *AND* CHRONIC FATIGUE SUFFERS OFTEN HAVE IODIONE DEFICIENCIES – PLEASE RESEARCH “IODIONE DEFICIENCY SYMPTOMS!”

BREAKTHROUGH, SHA-BANG!

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Treat your body right and give it the respect it deserves! Cut back on the coffee’s and purchase wholesome, rich vitamins! I purchase mine online at Vitacost.com for 1/3 to 1/2 the cost!

Grandma’s dementia can be cured – must watch


Grandma, is the family going to help you?  She cannot help herself, so we are now responsible.  We are responsible for grandmother’s health.  Will you turn a blind eye?  Grandma, there IS a cure!

4 must-watch videos:

“Forbidden Cures:”

“Food Matters:”

“Gerson Miracle:”

“The Beautiful Truth:”

Visiting grandma at the nursing home


Grandma in 2007, before being put in nursing care

Grandma in the nursing home I have been visiting my grandma at the nursing home a lot lately.  It’s really sad the state she is in… she has dementia/Alzheimer’s and stays locked up in her room all the time with the blinds shut.  Every time I walk in there it’s really dark and she is sitting up on the couch.  I always ask her if I can open the blinds and she says yes.  I let light in for her.  I show her this quilt that sits behind the couch she lays on and talk to her about it.  She likes the quilt and it keeps her conversational.  She doesn’t always remember her husband and she often gets names mixed up.  There has been one time, recently, that I saw her and she did remember her husband – his name, everything.  And she always remembers her mother’s name.

Anyway, I put lotion on her skin because she kept commenting on it – the 4 times we have visited her she has pointed to her dry skin and expressed discomfort.  The lotion we used today stunk, next time I am going to grab the “Vanilla Chamomile” from Bath and Body Works.

I miss my grandma… it’s really sad the condition she is in.  I want to take her outside next time I see her.  Erin and I are going to try.  We’re going to ask the staff if it’s okay and how to go about it.  If she wants, of course.  If not, we may just open her window for her so she can get some fresh air.

I notice she functions better when there isn’t a lot of clutter; her cognitive skills are better.

The nursing staff doesn’t really check on her… there are only 1-2 staff members on duty at once in a fairly large facility.  The food they get isn’t very good.

I want my grandma to have the best quality care possibly, who wouldn’t?  I want to make life the best for her while I am still here in Indiana.

After visiting her I am humbled… and I realize that what’s important to me is not important to her, or people as they get older.  It really makes you think about what matters.  Now I see why they say you should go volunteer at a nursing home or in hospice at some point in your life.  Visit enough and you’ll start to see what really matters.

My grandma has lived so many more years than me… I wish for her that she could remember… it’s just nice seeing her, and I know that it is a gift that she is still alive.  I will continue humbling myself each time I see her and trying to live out my dreams despite the fact that I know she is declining… meaning, her brain is going.  I wish that I had all the money in the world and could, at the very least, pay for her to get quality food, ie: Gerson – ie, raw, organic, 90% vegetables and fresh juiced drinks.

I will continue to see her.  Tomorrow I am going to go and see if we can take her outside.  Like I said, the very least, open up the window.  Oh, and I wonder how often they bathe/change her because she has the same exact outfit on from Thursday.  I won’t worry too much about what needs to be fixed at the expense of being in the moment.  I just want to be there for her and make her stay, and mine, as best as possible.

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