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Old Wed, Oct-31-18, 01:58
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Plan: No gluten, CAD
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Glad you like it, we also used the cholesterol one in our class.
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Old Wed, Oct-31-18, 06:02
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This is for people with adrenal fatigue. Use a small dab, must rotate because it thins the skin. If you have more severe adrenal fatigue you take it throughout the day. I eventually was given a prescription pill form to take twice a day.

My suggestion is to get tested or change one thing at a time. It would be a mistake to start thyroid medication and hydrocortisone at the same time.


Had missed your info on Med corp normals---based on that data, my thyroid numbers are normal.

I picked up a book on adrenals to see what it tells me, and look for other supports at this time. My skin is already VERY thin.
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Old Wed, Oct-31-18, 16:43
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Some people don't feel good until their numbers are the top ranges. I would feel horrible with your numbers. Taking your temp, blood pressure and pulse first thing in the morning can tell you where your thyroid levels need to be and about your adrenal health as well. I've used Dr. Rind's temperature charts and taken my temp 3 times a day for months to try to find the proper levels.

My doctor, very top rated and the yahoo reverse T3 and adrenal group use this method.
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Old Thu, Nov-01-18, 09:13
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I have been watching BROKEN BRAIN, and will start with there suggestions until .......

Hey, get that last half pound off and tie with me!!! I dropped 2 from yesterday but just get to your goal and we can win the 5 pound challenge together
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