- May 19, 2014 at 7:54 pm #118975
I can’t find Coconut aminos in Sweden, so I will have to buy it from Iherb, and while I’m buying there and the Swedish Krona is strong against the the US dollar and they had some great shipping rates, figured I might aswell throw in some other items, I did some searching on recommended probiotics but some I found were not shelfstable, and shipping to Sweden during the summer seems like that would have to be a requirement. And some others I found I think they had only the wrong brands of the same product name, because they contained Maltodextrine and stuff.
So can anyone give me a hint on a good probiotic that is shelfstable and won’t set me back 🙂
Also if theres something else thats rare in Sweden that I’m missing, I’ll throw that in before I order, currently what I have is:
Alcohol free Bitters: http://translate.google.com/translate?client=tmpg&hl=en&langpair=de|en&u=http%3A//www.123mariatreben.com/
Pantothenic Acid: http://www.bodystore.com/3/sv/artiklar/pantothenic-acid-1000-mg-90-st couldnt find it in english, maybe google translate works.
Molybdenum Glycenate: http://www.thorne.com/Products/Minerals/prd~M229.jsp
Omega 3: http://www.mollersomega3.com/p-21-12-product.aspx I have the Lemonflavored Liquid one, but its the same as the cod liver oil one, but it has Lemon Aroma aswell.
Garlic Capsules: http://shop.skip.se/product.html/vitlokskaplsar?category_id=6
I do 3 cups of Tea each day, Roiboos in the morning, and after dinner is a mixed tea of Chicory root, aniseed, fennel seed, licorice root, cardamom seed, orange peel and ginger root, and finally before bed I take a Nettle leaf tea, ofcourse all these teas are caffine free.
For Antifungals I only do the Garlic supplement, otherwise it’s all food, Coconut oil, Coconut butter, Rotabaga, Cinnamon, Ginger, ACV, Cloves, Turmeric, Olive oil, ocassionally cup of Pau d’Arco.
Then I have a few more supplements that I havn’t started on yet:
Holistic Glutamine: http://holistic.se/produkter/index.php?kat=mage&p=glutamin Says 100% L-Glutamine.
Organic Chlorella Algae: http://www.lindrooshalsa.se/kosttillskott/chlorella-eko/
Am I missing something important in my diet/plan, does it sound good? And does anyone know of a good Probiotic from that site thats shelfstable?May 19, 2014 at 10:50 pm #118984
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One of the problems with molybdenum and chlorella is they both are chelating supplements, and this can cause a variety of bad symptoms.
I would get some SF722 if you can afford it and I recommend HMF neuro as a good probiotic.
-rasterMay 19, 2014 at 11:42 pm #118986
Hello Raster 🙂 Thanks for you’r reply and I have edited the first post.
Oh I thought Molybden was good to take? Okay well the bottles soon out, I won’t be grabbing anymore of these then.
Okay I added this to the cart: http://www.iherb.com/Thorne-Research-Formula-SF722-250-Gelcaps/18560
They are all safe and good versions I can use right?
And I couldn’t find HMF Neuro from that site. Know of any other probiotics that are good on this diet that’s on iherb.com? Or should I try to order it from another site, and are there diffrent brands? Seems to be some with both FOS and without, got one you recommend?
By the way, there seems to be alot of talk about some strict food list and stages that I can’t seem to find, could you perhaps point me in the right direction? 🙂May 21, 2014 at 1:43 am #119003
soil based probiotics had more of an effect for me at least from bottled ones.
or search AOR 3
or, make your own! it’s so much cheaper and more powerful. milk kefir, water kefir, sauerkraut, kombucha. I make them all – and can get all of the ingredients for around what it costs for 1 bottle of probiotics – including starters which you only have to buy once (unless you kill them and don’t have backups that you’ve grown). homemade sauerkraut will have soil based organisms, whereas kefir will have types like you would find in say, Megaflora probiotic. note, it might take a while to tolerate some. for instance, I had trouble with kombucha and sauerkraut but now I eat them sometimes daily. start with a very small dose and build up.
-MGLMay 21, 2014 at 1:45 am #119004
molybdenum is definitely helpful to detoxify the aldehydes. I take 250 – 500mg daily. it’s the only thing that helps me sleep. it chelates copper and sulfur I believe. take some MSM, and have your CU levels checked. I believe most of us are too high in CU anyway, but I really dunno. gonna get my levels checked soon.May 21, 2014 at 1:46 am #119005
here’s a good article on molyb and candida,May 24, 2014 at 10:25 pm #119094
Hmm okay so far none of the probiotics contain the DDS-1 strain that I read was good, it’s not that important then?
And the one you suggested MGL cointains: Other Ingredients:
Lactose, potato starch, polyvinyl alcohol, polyvinylpyrrolidone. Capsule: hypromellose, water.
Is that okay?
I figured I needed some Milk thistle, is this one good? It’s 300mg, I read here they recommend 420mg aday, I figured maybe you can take 2 one day, then 1 next day, and then 2 day after that again and so on?
I think I heard that Cullulose was bad? It contains: Other Ingredients:
Cellulose (capsule), cellulose powder, silica and magnesium stearate (vegetable source).
And the Kefir I found there: Apparently it’s not kefir grains but some weird powder?
Other Ingredients: Skim milk powder, ascorbic acid, active lactic bacteria and yeasts.
Is it out then? Or has anyone else here used it?
And last thing, I’m still using the Lisa Richards diet because I can’t find the forum one, if it doesn’t exist anymore can someone please just tell me the diffrences between the two, mainly what’s allowed in the Lisa diet that’s not allowed anymore in the forum one? So I can cut that out and start getting better without prolonging it.
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