Well, if you think it’s okay, then I’ll get on the Moly again.
I didn’t say it was ok, I said I’ve never heard of a member having a copper deficiency because of it – which is true but doesn’t mean that it’s impossible. You felt the symptoms, did you compare them with a list of copper deficiency symptoms? Are you going to take a copper supplement too?
You never did give me a real “okay” on my vit. list?! 🙂 I was only going to take 1 cal, mag, zinc, cause I thought too much calcium might be hardening my eyeballs!! Ha!!
Speaking of eyeballs, that last statement just made me roll mine.
Also my Biotin has cal. too, so I didn’t want to overdose, and you said that “yes, that is too much Cal.” So what should I do about that?
Maybe learn to read labels? I would try to find a biotin that contains biotin and nothing else and take the calcium supplement with magnesium.
Are all my other pills right? So should I be taking Vit. E after each meal too?
The other pills look fine. Take E, A, and D after a meal that contains fat or oil; these are oil soluble vitamins which means oil should be present in order for them to break down and be absorbed by the body.
1/2 C per day? I already had two full cups today!! I know you may have never tried it but,… WHAT DO YOU THINK? Is it too much sugar? I’ll take that out too if I should.
I’m thinking you need to talk to someone who has drank grape juice in their kefir for a while, because I have no idea so I’m not going to judge it without knowing anything about fermenting fruit juice.
And as far as the amount of kefir, two cups are fine. I just wanted you to work up to a higher amount slowly, but of course I didn’t know you had been drinking it for a while, apparently.
I just want to get better,…faster! Man to be four months into this and “not that far” is ah……to depressing for words.
The good part is, since you’ve been on the diet for this long, once you straighten out the kinks you should see a fairly smooth journey from now on — unless you manage to find more pot holes in the road.
PS. Thanks for the bread note, I’ll try it, but I think it’s going to taste like a chalky brick.
Stop with the chalky brick talk. What you have to do is get fancy with these breads. When you were eating regular bread, did you just take a slice out of the package and start eating it? Of course not. Try this; cut a slice of the oat bran bread, take one teaspoon of olive oil and brush it over the top of the bread. Then sprinkle a mixture of herbs all over the top and place in a toaster oven or regular oven and toast it for about 6 minutes on each side. This is delicious and you lose the taste of the bread in the herbs. Choices of herbs could be garlic, oregano, thyme, paprika, lemon peel, and basil, plus any others that might suit your taste. Use as much and as many herbs as you like, the more the better.
Say goodnight, Faith.