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Tyler

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« Reply #15 on: September 12, 2017, 05:05:18 pm »
Those things all sound horrible by the way.

You know, eating healthy is not supposed to mean eating horrible things as the entire diet.

Liver is disgusting and I'll take soft lamb or veal over it, and if I really want vitamin K, buy a few of those organic boxes of kale I think it is. One of those green leafs give vitamin K through the roof.

Where is your meat, your fruit, your vegetables? Those things are important too. And your grains, I bet you don't eat any oats or real cereals that you've made from your own hands (relatively speaking of course, since somebody else mills the oats, and we just add milk and honey or peanut butter and dried banana chips and turn em into muesli and porridge).

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« Reply #16 on: September 12, 2017, 05:15:01 pm »
AN amazing "herb" I discovered in this book is actually strawberry. Which I learned in German is called "Erdbeerie", which I think is so nice and I'm happy to say that  ;D

It's called ... hold on ...

... "treatment of impure blood, thin blood, anaemia, lowered vitality, feeble nerves, lack of appetite. For all bowel disorders, stomach disorders, liver diseases."

and "The fruit alone is a powerful nerve tonic. The fruit may be used externally for cleaning the teeth and for removing discoloration and other blemishes from the skin."

and "The fruits are prized above all others by the American Indians, and are cooling, strengthening, healing, and also mildly vermifuge."

from page 157 of 'The Illustrated Herbal Handbook for Everyone'.

I love this book and personally I don't care to wait for testing scientists because I'm at it in the Skyrim mode, which is eat it and see if it heals. If it heals, that's it. If it poisons and heals at the same time, that it.
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« Reply #17 on: September 13, 2017, 07:49:51 am »
Liver is disgusting

Have you tried submerging the liver in full fat milk for a couple of hours before cooking it? Neutralizes the taste very efficiently.
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« Reply #18 on: September 13, 2017, 11:57:05 am »
Thats amazing about that fruit :) I'll definitely try and read up about it, maybe theres something about it in one of my herbal books.
Ah, sorry, I didn't mean to make it sound like all I ate was kefir and liver lol. I just try and incorporate them in my daily diet.
I have a kefir smoothie with strawberries, mango and banana every morning, I also put ghee and coconut oil in the smoothie along with flax seeds.
For lunch I like poached eggs on sprouted rye bread with salad and mashed avocado.
dinner is usually a large helping of steamed veggies with either salmon, sardines, beef or liver. 
I melt goats butter over my veggies as I'm lacto intolerant and also I'm gluten intolerant. I wreaked my stomach lining as a kid and ended up with leaky gut so have to be very careful what I eat or I start to feel very lousy and depressed and get cavities in my teeth but thankfully the diet I try to stick to heals my teeth up nicely. especially the bone broth! if you make it right it can taste very yummy and its comforting during the winter months.
Although I enjoy the food I eat I tend to self sabotage and binge on stuff thats high in sugar and other crap for weeks on end and start to feel really ill, I think it has something to do with my depression, I think thats why I let myself down. 
That sounds like a neat trick to try on the liver, I could try it with raw milk as raw milk doesn't seem to effect my stomach to badly.
Do you live in the states then? I'm from the uk.
Are you familiar with A vogel? he wrote a book called the nature doctor, you would enjoy that book. lots of lost knowledge in book including the cure for cancer.

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« Reply #19 on: September 13, 2017, 03:58:04 pm »
http://facialdevelopment....h-in-conjunction.html?m=1

The above link kind of describes what I'm trying to achieve through my diet. just wish I could get my hands on the homeoblock appliance!!

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« Reply #20 on: September 13, 2017, 04:02:49 pm »
You work or anything like that? That's what I'm doing. I will save up for the appliance to move my teeth.

I'm actually still wearing braces and past few days felt soreness in my jaw, I think something might be growing, but the braces may be locking my teeth from actually being able to grow with whatever is going on down in my jaw lately.

It's pretty amazing and I wonder what is happening to cause this sort of dull ache.

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« Reply #21 on: September 13, 2017, 10:57:37 pm »
Yea I work but I'm forking out for Damon braces currently, I'm very please with what they've done for my smile but, the homeoblock seems to do so much for for the face, I've even seen case where its brought the Maxilla up and forwards!
That is interesting that your jaw may be expanding! when are you due to have your brace removed?