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October 15, 2017 NJMike 0

Great topic. I have someone close to me with Diabetes and shared a link to this.Back in 2012 I lost 70 lbs. Basically did something similar to Cin by counting calories. I used a calorie counting website to log my meals and made it a goal to eat more b…

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October 15, 2017 NJMike 0

Great topic. I have someone close to me with Diabetes and shared a link to this.Back in 2012 I lost 70 lbs. Basically did something similar to Cin by counting calories. I used a calorie counting website to log my meals and made it a goal to eat more b…

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October 15, 2017 daaswampman 0

Cin wrote:Here is a guide about Intermittent Fasting that might be useful:https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/intermittent-fasting-guide#section1I am a healthy 60 year old, but am very interested in this topic as I have a family history of Type ll Di…

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October 15, 2017 whitebear54 0

Good going Cin,Eat less and exercise more has always been the surest way to weight loss, but losing weight is much harder when you are type 2 already as your meds can cause you to gain weight.I use http://www.myfitnesspal.com to keep my food diary so …

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October 14, 2017 Cin 0

Here is a guide about Intermittent Fasting that might be useful:https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/intermittent-fasting-guide#section1I am a healthy 60 year old, but am very interested in this topic as I have a family history of Type ll Diabetes. I…

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October 14, 2017 arkieready 0

DH was prescribed metformin. He is an OTR truck driver and just couldn’t deal with the loose bowels issue the metformin caused. He is a large man, and as a truck driver, doesn’t get enough exercise. If he becomes diebetic, he’s out of a job!!!! I …

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October 14, 2017 arkieready 0

DH was prescribed metformin. He is an OTR truck driver and just couldn’t deal with the loose bowels issue the metformin caused. He is a large man, and as a truck driver, doesn’t get enough exercise. If he becomes diebetic, he’s out of a job!!!! I …

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October 14, 2017 whitebear54 0

daaswampman wrote:Type II Diabetes is a cash cow and the treatment is often worse than the disease. Most cases will responds to dietary changes and activity, but there is no money in that approach. Please note I said dietary changes and not diet! A…

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October 14, 2017 whitebear54 0

daaswampman wrote:Type II Diabetes is a cash cow and the treatment is often worse than the disease. Most cases will responds to dietary changes and activity, but there is no money in that approach. Please note I said dietary changes and not diet! A…

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October 13, 2017 whitebear54 0

Fullmoon wrote:I was diagnosed with type 2 about 18 years ago, supposedly caused by exposure to agent orange. 80% of the people on the ground in Viet Nam have type 2 diabetes. A lawsuit was filed and in 2001 the Monsanto corporation was forced to esta…

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October 13, 2017 Stahlrosen 0

Wow Whitebear, that’s awesome. I will never understand how it is okay for drug companies to poison us under the guise us "curing" us. It is all a sham. They cause other issues so they can keep you drugged up and they make more money Stat…

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October 13, 2017 daaswampman 0

Type II Diabetes is a cash cow and the treatment is often worse than the disease. Most cases will responds to dietary changes and activity, but there is no money in that approach. Please note I said dietary changes and not diet! An improved diet wi…

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October 13, 2017 angie_nrs 0

You are right Fullmoon. Many times the treatments attempt to treat the symptoms but exacerbate the underlying problem that causes the symptoms. This causes a vicious cycle that never gets better.I highly suggest reading "The Obesity Code"….

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October 13, 2017 Fullmoon 0

I was diagnosed with type 2 about 18 years ago, supposedly caused by exposure to agent orange. 80% of the people on the ground in Viet Nam have type 2 diabetes. A lawsuit was filed and in 2001 the Monsanto corporation was forced to establish a fund to…

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October 13, 2017 rickdun 0

Whitebear54, my wife is type-2 and she went to a specialist and that doctor had her all screwed up, two and three different types of medicine and told her to lose weight, my wife only weighs 118 lbs. I asked her to just go to the family doctor and le…

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October 13, 2017 whitebear54 0

About two months ago I started a homeopathic, natural medicine regimen for my Type II Diabetes. When I started my fasting blood sugar count was, on average, in the 160-180 range. I’m taking three separate meds to control my blood sugar. Metformin, Gli…

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September 19, 2017 DR1VENbyKNOWLEDGE 0

This already has been well documented in the past, but it was the first time I actually “noticed” the effects myself….

It’s easy to influence ourselves with bias when grasping something new in our understandings so we have to be skeptical in our research when noting effects on this like I was until just recently even though I’ve studied the research for years…

And to be clear, this is a TEMPOARY effect on health that to the best of our understandings so far, will really only be traceable during storms and events and should pass after the event….NOT ALL PEOPLE ARE EFFECTED.(still learning this but there is a trend of more susceptible folks)

This is a real-time visual of our KP index…It will continue to change here as a visual as time passes….If the current date shows an elevated storm level and you notice something it COULD be related. I am not a Dr. of course and this is not health advice. If you don’t feel right there is no substitute for actual Dr’s advice, but this is just something to note.

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if you want to bookmark the link go here and then add it…. http://services.swpc.noaa.gov/images/planetary-k-index.gif

I strongly suggest to view this skeptically if you think you are under effects so you don’t bias your thinking…..Ignore the grid….if you feel “off” somehow, THEN go look at the grid. Not the other way around….. If you notice a trend over time, well then, there you go. :)

You really shouldn’t feel anything until KP over 4 IMHO and most likely not until higher but who knows really…Each person will be different……

The single most absolutely certain thing I DO know for absolutely FACT is, that we really don’t know too much of anything for certain as humans…lol :floppytongue:

Be well all…..

~D

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September 19, 2017 DR1VENbyKNOWLEDGE 0

This already has been well documented in the past, but it was the first time I actually “noticed” the effects myself….

It’s easy to influence ourselves with bias when grasping something new in our understandings so we have to be skeptical in our research when noting effects on this like I was until just recently even though I’ve studied the research for years…

And to be clear, this is a TEMPOARY effect on health that to the best of our understandings so far, will really only be traceable during storms and events and should pass after the event….NOT ALL PEOPLE ARE EFFECTED.(still learning this but there is a trend of more susceptible folks)

This is a real-time visual of our KP index…It will continue to change here as a visual as time passes….If the current date shows an elevated storm level and you notice something it COULD be related. I am not a Dr. of course and this is not health advice. If you don’t feel right there is no substitute for actual Dr’s advice, but this is just something to note.

Image

if you want to bookmark the link go here and then add it…. http://services.swpc.noaa.gov/images/planetary-k-index.gif

I strongly suggest to view this skeptically if you think you are under effects so you don’t bias your thinking…..Ignore the grid….if you feel “off” somehow, THEN go look at the grid. Not the other way around….. If you notice a trend over time, well then, there you go. :)

You really shouldn’t feel anything until KP over 4 IMHO and most likely not until higher but who knows really…Each person will be different……

The single most absolutely certain thing I DO know for absolutely FACT is, that we really don’t know too much of anything for certain as humans…lol :floppytongue:

Be well all…..

~D

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Statistics: Posted by DR1VENbyKNOWLEDGE — Tue Sep 19, 2017 9:37 am


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September 19, 2017 DR1VENbyKNOWLEDGE 0

This already has been well documented in the past, but it was the first time I actually “noticed” the effects myself….

It’s easy to influence ourselves with bias when grasping something new in our understandings so we have to be skeptical in our research when noting effects on this like I was until just recently even though I’ve studied the research for years…

And to be clear, this is a TEMPOARY effect on health that to the best of our understandings so far, will really only be traceable during storms and events and should pass after the event….NOT ALL PEOPLE ARE EFFECTED.(still learning this but there is a trend of more susceptible folks)

This is a real-time visual of our KP index…It will continue to change here as a visual as time passes….If the current date shows an elevated storm level and you notice something it COULD be related. I am not a Dr. of course and this is not health advice. If you don’t feel right there is no substitute for actual Dr’s advice, but this is just something to note.

Image

if you want to bookmark the link go here and then add it…. http://services.swpc.noaa.gov/images/planetary-k-index.gif

I strongly suggest to view this skeptically if you think you are under effects so you don’t bias your thinking…..Ignore the grid….if you feel “off” somehow, THEN go look at the grid. Not the other way around….. If you notice a trend over time, well then, there you go. :)

You really shouldn’t feel anything until KP over 4 IMHO and most likely not until higher but who knows really…Each person will be different……

The single most absolutely certain thing I DO know for absolutely FACT is, that we really don’t know too much of anything for certain as humans…lol :floppytongue:

Be well all…..

~D

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September 14, 2017 kenjabroni 0

Driven I just noticed this thread.

First thing is my wife started having anxiety attacks Friday and they ran through the weekend. She has had them in the past but she wasnt sure what would trigger it this time. She said she didnt know what was happening but something wonky was going on with her body.

I was going to say I was feeling fine and had no issues but I got very ill Friday night around 1130. I woke up out of a dead sleep and just felt horrendous. I ended up puking and just feeling like crud. It took me about 3 hours to get back to sleep. I didnt feel better until Sunday afternoon. Im not sure if it was anything related but it hit me out of the blue. We were both very restless all weekend as well. I didnt have a full nights sleep until yesterday. You could be onto something.

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September 14, 2017 kenjabroni 0

Driven I just noticed this thread.

First thing is my wife started having anxiety attacks Friday and they ran through the weekend. She has had them in the past but she wasnt sure what would trigger it this time. She said she didnt know what was happening but something wonky was going on with her body.

I was going to say I was feeling fine and had no issues but I got very ill Friday night around 1130. I woke up out of a dead sleep and just felt horrendous. I ended up puking and just feeling like crud. It took me about 3 hours to get back to sleep. I didnt feel better until Sunday afternoon. Im not sure if it was anything related but it hit me out of the blue. We were both very restless all weekend as well. I didnt have a full nights sleep until yesterday. You could be onto something.

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September 11, 2017 DR1VENbyKNOWLEDGE 0

In general, health effects should subside as soon as the storm/type passes.

There was an absolute MONSTER flare that will be in general missing us after the ones already passed that started this thread.

Just be glad this one wasn’t facing us and the sun spot has passed the limb going behind the sun in relation to us.

We don’t know the exact scale of this one since it was departing but it was an X 10 +(HUGE)

There is possible heath effects from this incoming storm but it’s unlikely IMHO on this one since it wasn’t facing us directly…..But, as always, Eyes Open.

Here’s a breakdown in video…..Remember this one is nothing to get worked up about as it’s missing us in general(Thank God)….https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ju1-QZXBEUQ

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September 11, 2017 DR1VENbyKNOWLEDGE 0

In general, health effects should subside as soon as the storm/type passes.

There was an absolute MONSTER flare that will be in general missing us after the ones already passed that started this thread.

Just be glad this one wasn’t facing us and the sun spot has passed the limb going behind the sun in relation to us.

We don’t know the exact scale of this one since it was departing but it was an X 10 +(HUGE)

There is possible heath effects from this incoming storm but it’s unlikely IMHO on this one since it wasn’t facing us directly…..But, as always, Eyes Open.

Here’s a breakdown in video…..Remember this one is nothing to get worked up about as it’s missing us in general(Thank God)….https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ju1-QZXBEUQ

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September 10, 2017 DR1VENbyKNOWLEDGE 0
msdeltamom wrote:
Can I just be the weird one and say that I have never felt BETTER this past week while all of this was going on? I had a major surgery 9 months ago and the healing process has been long, slow, and very tough. However, the impacted area has never felt better. I’ve been pain free all week! Maybe it’s the weather turning cooler, who knows? Whatever it is, I’ve enjoyed it. :thumbsup:

Our cat wakes me up singing every morning at 5:00 AM like clockwork. However, Friday morning he was singing VERY loud and it started up around 3:30 AM. He was very annoying and I had to shut our bedroom door because he took forever to stop. :crazy:

ETA: Just looked into this a little more. Strange how so many health issues related to the heart can be affected during this. I actually had bypass surgery. All this past week my sternum has felt SO much better (see above) AND I have felt a strange calmness which has left my heart rhythm beating almost perfectly since the surgery. No crazy fluttering off and on. Again, not sure if any of this has anything to do with this solar event, but if it does…I’ll take it!

Love to hear you’re feeling great….Most likely has noting to do with the solar even so enjoy it and here’s hoping it stays for ya. ;)

geomagnetic storms and solar flares will effect different people in different ways from what I’ve observed….this is just the first one I experienced anything on…never felt anything before so I had to check here…I used to think, well, I don’t know what I used to think!…lol

The data was there, but I never felt anything before….lol…Changed my outlook for sure.

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September 10, 2017 DR1VENbyKNOWLEDGE 0
msdeltamom wrote:
Can I just be the weird one and say that I have never felt BETTER this past week while all of this was going on? I had a major surgery 9 months ago and the healing process has been long, slow, and very tough. However, the impacted area has never felt better. I’ve been pain free all week! Maybe it’s the weather turning cooler, who knows? Whatever it is, I’ve enjoyed it. :thumbsup:

Our cat wakes me up singing every morning at 5:00 AM like clockwork. However, Friday morning he was singing VERY loud and it started up around 3:30 AM. He was very annoying and I had to shut our bedroom door because he took forever to stop. :crazy:

ETA: Just looked into this a little more. Strange how so many health issues related to the heart can be affected during this. I actually had bypass surgery. All this past week my sternum has felt SO much better (see above) AND I have felt a strange calmness which has left my heart rhythm beating almost perfectly since the surgery. No crazy fluttering off and on. Again, not sure if any of this has anything to do with this solar event, but if it does…I’ll take it!

Love to hear you’re feeling great….Most likely has noting to do with the solar even so enjoy it and here’s hoping it stays for ya. ;)

geomagnetic storms and solar flares will effect different people in different ways from what I’ve observed….this is just the first one I experienced anything on…never felt anything before so I had to check here…I used to think, well, I don’t know what I used to think!…lol

The data was there, but I never felt anything before….lol…Changed my outlook for sure.

Statistics: Posted by DR1VENbyKNOWLEDGE — Sat Sep 09, 2017 10:36 pm


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September 10, 2017 msdeltamom 0

Can I just be the weird one and say that I have never felt BETTER this past week while all of this was going on? I had a major surgery 9 months ago and the healing process has been long, slow, and very tough. However, the impacted area has never felt better. I’ve been pain free all week! Maybe it’s the weather turning cooler, who knows? Whatever it is, I’ve enjoyed it. :thumbsup:

Our cat wakes me up singing every morning at 5:00 AM like clockwork. However, Friday morning he was singing VERY loud and it started up around 3:30 AM. He was very annoying and I had to shut our bedroom door because he took forever to stop. :crazy:

ETA: Just looked into this a little more. Strange how so many health issues related to the heart can be affected during this. I actually had bypass surgery. All this past week my sternum has felt SO much better (see above) AND I have felt a strange calmness which has left my heart rhythm beating almost perfectly since the surgery. No crazy fluttering off and on. Again, not sure if any of this has anything to do with this solar event, but if it does…I’ll take it!

Statistics: Posted by msdeltamom — Sat Sep 09, 2017 8:36 pm


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September 10, 2017 msdeltamom 0

Can I just be the weird one and say that I have never felt BETTER this past week while all of this was going on? I had a major surgery 9 months ago and the healing process has been long, slow, and very tough. However, the impacted area has never felt better. I’ve been pain free all week! Maybe it’s the weather turning cooler, who knows? Whatever it is, I’ve enjoyed it. :thumbsup:

Our cat wakes me up singing every morning at 5:00 AM like clockwork. However, Friday morning he was singing VERY loud and it started up around 3:30 AM. He was very annoying and I had to shut our bedroom door because he took forever to stop. :crazy:

ETA: Just looked into this a little more. Strange how so many health issues related to the heart can be affected during this. I actually had bypass surgery. All this past week my sternum has felt SO much better (see above) AND I have felt a strange calmness which has left my heart rhythm beating almost perfectly since the surgery. No crazy fluttering off and on. Again, not sure if any of this has anything to do with this solar event, but if it does…I’ll take it!

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September 9, 2017 IceFire 0

No real issues with husb or I, although I did have some headaches the past couple of days (thankfully, no migraines; since I’ve had a Daith piercing, my migraines have stopped) but the neighbor’s cattle were bawling their heads off two nights ago; chickens only laid 4 eggs today (this is out of 17 laying hens!)

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September 9, 2017 IceFire 0

No real issues with husb or I, although I did have some headaches the past couple of days (thankfully, no migraines; since I’ve had a Daith piercing, my migraines have stopped) but the neighbor’s cattle were bawling their heads off two nights ago; chickens only laid 4 eggs today (this is out of 17 laying hens!)

Statistics: Posted by IceFire — Fri Sep 08, 2017 10:59 pm


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September 9, 2017 Cin 0

Nothing unusual with Husband and I, except the last 3 days we’ve been waking up very early – 3AM for me, a little after for him.

The coyotes have been singing for several early mornings, again 3-4 AM. They sing about 2-3 times a week, but usually it’s late evening around 10 PM.

The neighbor’s dog, whose been very quiet at night since we started walking her 4 months ago, was quite agitated the last two nights and barked a lot more than usual all night.

My dog has been quiet, he got a shot and antibiotics for his itching/rash, and has finally been able to sleep through the night, so nothing going on there (he may be too tired, and now that he’s not stressed is catching up on sleep).

The other neighbors’ dogs have been particularly aggressive the last 3 days, rushing out into the road to challenge our dog as we walk – NOT USUAL for them. They generally bark wildly at us, but stay on their property.

Didn’t think to put any of it together.

BTW, an interesting aside. Occasionally, I’ll hear a low static-y noise that seems more…feeling…than actual hearing. I generally chalk it up to some type of electrical interference – testing of power lines, someone playing their bass too loud as they drive by, the echo of power boats speeding on the lake a mile away, or something like that. I’ve been hearing it off and on for about a week.

Statistics: Posted by Cin — Fri Sep 08, 2017 7:14 pm