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Yeah, I avoid wheat and grains in general. Feel much better for it. In particular used to have a severe bowel problem. Have been tested several times for celiac, all came back negative, yet became noticeably healthier when I stopped eating wheat. Recall one GI specialist I saw was not surprised by that. He suspected that all his patients would live better without wheat. Outside of bowel issues, I've been surprised to read this cardiologist's blog about the success...
You might try getting a little bit of sun now that spring is here. Or supplement with vitamin D3. Have read a few times of people raising test. levels this way. "Vitamin D and Testosterone: Another "Fountain of Youth" Find" http://hearthawk.blogspot.com/2008/0...e-another.html & From Dr. Cannell's sight: http://www.vitamindcouncil.org/newsl...-edition.shtml about half way down the article: Quote: know of no studies measuring male libido and vitamin D...
I started seeing weight lifting results after I improved my diet - I eat low carb -, got lots of rest after working out, and as others mentioned hit the muscles from different angles, till fatigued. Since you are doing many reps, you might try doing them slow. This is what I do now. It hurts, but it's getting results for me. This is where I learned about it. "Slow Burn works" http://www.trackyourplaque.com/blog/...urn-works.html Excerpt: Quote: So...
Well, as already mentioned 23 and Me does DNA health testing. Had mine tested, more for genealogy purposes, but it also reported tendencies I might have. Nothing scary to report. You might check out this forum sight. I've seen several mentions of others testing with 23 and Me there. http://www.eupedia.com/forum/index.php If looking to test your self for general conditions outside of a hospital, there is also http://www.directlabs.com/ or...
Thought this article might be of help in what to look for in fish oil. "Fish oil: What's the difference?" http://www.heartscanblog.org/2010/12...ifference.html
I agree with others, I'm not sure about the old saying about the mother's father's hair will reflect your hair, or lack of it, will turn out. Working on my family genealogy I noticed that grandfather's hair connection wasn't true for some in my family. You might try looking at vitamin D3 and eating low carb. I've noticed ever since taking D3 that my hair stopped thinning. It hasn't grown back as I wished it would, but at least it has remained in the same condition. ...
I've read of people eating a low carb diet and seeing their acne go away. I've also heard of vitamin D3 helping with the problem. If you look to take D3, liked this article as I believe it explains well how to supplement correctly. Getting vitamin D right http://www.heartscanblog.org/2010/01...n-d-right.html
My sister's sister in-law had gastric bypass done, and recall her mentioning that her sister in law is now required to take a multi-vitamin every day.
Saw this good video on great Tigers announcer Ernie Harwell. Opening Day Open Thread http://dougpowers.com/2011/03/31/ope...y-open-thread/
I lift basically because I can now. At one time I was to worn down from a GI issue to have that kind of energy.
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