I took my first dose of Molybdenum yesterday. I may start my probiotic Sunday night or Monday morning. I am trying to figure out a complete regiment for all of the things I have to take to work together. I am a little worried about taking all of this since I weigh under 130lbs. I hope I do not have too severe of a reaction because it might scare me off of taking all of this. Here is the list.
The two things suggested to take after a meal
*Molybdenum 3 times/day 250mcg
*Coconut Oil 2 times/day 1 teaspoon
I have also been adding these to my water but not at regular time
*Oregano Oil- Work up to 12 drops a day
*Milk Thistle- The bottle shows you can take 20drops/day. I don’t know
how much is too much or not enough.
I bought the 30 Billion Count Ultimate Flora and it is in the refrigerator.
I am wondering when to start it and what to expect. If I understand correctly,
the starting dose is
*1 30 Billion count pill a day.
It is a little overwhelming to manage all of this and then wonder what is going to
happen. I guess it is OK to take the Molybdenum and coconut oil together after a meal.
I didn’t know where to post this, but I was wondering if anyone was familiar with soaking grains. Here is something I found on a website called healthbanquet.com
*Research shows that the proteins in grains, especially the gluten, are very difficult to digest. A diet high in unfermented whole grains, especially the high gluten grain like wheat, is very difficult on the digestive system. With increased digestive difficulties comes allergies, celiac disease, candida albicans overgrowth, chronic indigestion, and even mental illness.
Fermenting and soaking grains first will break down or predigest the gluten and other difficult-to-digest proteins. Remember, there is phytic acid in the gluten and soaking the grains or soaking your flour will neutralize the phytic acid – disable its negative aspects. Additionally, these proteins will be partially broken down into simpler parts that are easier on the digestive system and more bioavailable.*
Thanks for the help.