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PostPosted: Sat Apr 02, 2016 6:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote



HOW TO BEAT SWINE FLU OR REGULAR INFLUENZA

OMG!!
Hospitalized and disconnected from the net for 60 consecutive HOURS !!
Arrgh - cold turkey - withdrawals - and feeling of living in the Dark Ages..

Kathy just plugged the netweb connector into the
socket behind my neck and it was like the lights
came back on!
Laughing

Holy sh*t what a terrible experience. Wink


Swine Flu and Seasonal Influenza

Can I just advise on a couple of key issues you should know while
under attack from any influenza and subsequent and inevitable
bacterial infection of the increased volume of sputum which always
happens in influenza.


Diarrhea is your friend.
The reason you have diarrhea is that the body defends the small intestine
like it was ground zero of your very life. Why? Because it IS!

If the antiseptic zone inside the small intestine is compromised then
you are in deadly life-threatening trouble. The body will sacrifice
lymph fluid and even circulation to defend it. Period.

How it defends technically speaking is that it activates zonulin - which
opens up normally sealed gaps between the cells of the intestine. Then
it draws fluid from lymph (and eventually circulation) and seeps it into
the intestine through these gaps. The effect is like turning on the tap
at the top end of a hose - the inside of the hose is flushed with water.

Out goes the whole contents of your gut at the far end. The body is
going to burn your own tissue as fuel - and is not interested in food.

If you insist on feeding you just force it to do more flushes. That is
wasting absolutely vital water which you need. Keep it up and you'll
harm circulation.

To counteract the downsides of the flush adults should consume literally
pints of carbonated(sparkling) spring water per day, from which
you have allowed the most intense gas to escape. The alkaline bicarbonate
will counteract the acidosis of infection. You also need pharmacist over the
counter oral re-hydration therapy sachets which will replace essential salts.
Coconut water is also very good idea because it replaces electrolytes.

Having no appetite is good
Normally the body runs on a fuel system called Glycolysis. It converts
all of your non-protein food intake into simple sugars - and that's what
gives you energy. But there is another backup fuel system! Here's why:

Suppose there's no food around! You need energy from somewhere,
so the body starts converting your own tissue into fuel. That's why
with no food around, you lose weight. This backup system is called
Ketosis and it burns your body fat - and when that runs out, it burns
your tissue. That mechanism is at the core of the Paleo diet, and it's also
why you loose weight during influenza.

Simplifying, Glycolysis is like running a car on Diesel. Whereas Ketosis
is like running a car on LPG (liquid petroleum gas). The first is rather
dirty fuel and the second is super-clean.

To replicate, bacteria need Glycolysis with its bio available sugars -along
with certain micro-nutrients. And like viruses, they also need a normal
body temperature. So to defeat the bacteria, the body switches to
Ketosis and heats up. We call this heating: fever.

So the body withdraws circulation of the micro-nutrients and switches off
your appetite because eating say breads, potatoes or other simple sugar
foods is only going to yeild Glycolysis and feed the nasties.

With Ketosis, your body says:
Hey bacteria, try replicating without sugar Laughing
Gotcha. And here's some heat. Burn you suckers!


That's why I do not eat during vital>bacterial infection.
You may/will need medical assistance manage this phase.

Cereals break down into sugar, and if you are a cereal-eater you definitely
will need medical assistance and antibiotics for the secondary infection
phase. As a wheat-eater you have a seriously screwed immune system
due to considerable impairment of Vitamin D metabolism at the cellular
level - caused by the deadly WGA(Wheat Germ Aglutinin) - a lectin in
wheat husk. You will also have other nasty problems consequent to leaky
gut caused by gliadin, aka Gluten.


So, following this approach, I had been in beneficial Ketosis for 15 days
and I'd killed the virus by day 10. But I have a low BMI (I'm slim) to start
with - so I ran out of body tissue to burn - while secondary infection
bacteria b**tards had not yet been eliminated in the lower lung.


If you have a bit of weight/fat on you - this won't be an issue.
You'll shed the fat while avoiding food - so no problem there.


But my body decided to switch on liquid flush of the intestine
again, and drove temp back up to burn the bacteria out.

However, at that point I had already shed 14 pounds! from 10stone 2lbs
down to 9stone 2lbs. The renewed ketosis shed another 6lbs, bringing
me down to a skin and bone 8stone 11lbs - and I had a resting
heart rate of 120+.

Another 48 hours and I would have killed off the infection
but I was running out of Fintan to fuel ketosis...

Shit, destination hospital!

Docs helped my body by hammering the little parasites with
IV cefuroxime and oral clarithromycin

While under IV and oral antibiotics I actually breached ketosis -
because of the running out of Fintan problem. I needed energy.
No problem to violate ketosis at that point as the antibiotics had
the bacteria their knees. Consuming 4oz of glucose power per day
did the job.

While under antibiotic therapy I also supplemented with
this magic liquid super food which Kathy sourced:



Just one cap full per day tops up vital nutrients and provides a superfood
benefit. I highly recommend it. I will continue to take it daily. Your
local quality health store may well stock it. Consume only half cap full max
if you are not on antibiotics. When your temp comes down go full dose.


For lung function enhancement and to clear phlegm you just can't beat
Italian Pure Hard Liquorice Juice sticks



Very effective and much better than pharma cough syrup products like
carbocisteine N-acetylcysteinem, dextromethorphan/ guaifenesin. Most
of these are a poor substiture and can have quite serious side-effects
for some who take them.

BEWARE: much of the stuff sold as licorice is actually 90% shit and only
10% licorice (If you are lucky!) Read ingredient labels. Don't get conned.

This licorice is medicinal level stuff - even though sold as a food.
Go Google for more of it's many benefits. Kathy's more an expert
on it than I. Get on it from the moment you know you are coming
down with influenza.

It's hypertensive(raises blood pressure) so use low dose if you have
an elevated resting pulse. Normally 1/4grm every hour is good.
That's a piece the size of a small tablet. Disolve on the tongue by rubbing
it on the roof mouth, or push above the front teeth and leave there.


The last of the bacteria intruders expired earlier today so after just
48hrs in hospital I was discharged to handle my own gut repair and
protein restoration. They accepted that the hospital food (which I was
refusing to eat) was very poor and that I seemed to know what proper
foods I intended to consume at home.


Pulse on discharge 88 to 92 resting and 120 to 125 on light exercise.
The antibiotics actually regressed me in the final 24 hours, but
-whatever - the infection had to be eliminated.


Gut repair and protein replacement is the game.
Foods to be eaten - and the sequencing of them:


You MUST ensure that the infection is defeated before eating like this.
You'll probably need medical blood work to confirm this.

NO BIG MEALS. Eat small and hourly.
Don't combine sugar foods in the one sitting.

Keep up the liquorice, the liquid super food and keep drinking the water
to ensure your urine river is flushing out the infection metabolites.

THE DIET REGIMEN WAS ALTERED
- SEE REVIEW BELOW

DAY 1



DAY 2 Foods 1 to 4 again Plus:

Food 5: uncooked Sardines in brine or tomato
- for protein and omegas and all that good stuff. Don't go for
sardines in oil - as the oils might well be GMO origin or poorly
processed.


DAY 3 Foods 1 to 5 again Plus:

Food 6: centerloin organic grass-fed Lamb chops incl. all the fat,
for protein for vital fats and for being such a healthy meat.


DAY 4 - 7 Foods 1 to 6 again
optimally with less of those containing sugars and more of those
containing protein. But that's your choice.


DAY 8 onwards
Notice, there's no cereals in the above list. Stay of all cereals if you are smart.
Monkey's don't eat cereals. Primates don't eat 'em. You are a primate.
Only hominids(humans) eat cereals and only in the last few thousand
years. They were(and are) a bad idea. They have enabled huge population
increase - but at an escalating cost (especially where the highly toxic
modern semi-dwarf wheat is concerned). Look, they were a clever
evolutionary move which seeded modern so-called civilization, but that
was a stopgap measure and we should begin to phase 'em out and use
the oceans as our staple food source.

Once over age 50, cereals will literally begin to kill you. I ditched the
wheat 10 years
ago and the rest of the cereal family 4 years ago.
10 years ago I also ditched cow protein(milk, cheese), because its
caesin is a molecular mimic for gliadin! (Cows that look like an Ox
as seen in Africa and India don't have this problem.)

The wandering hunter-gatherers of ancient times didn't eat cereals.
Smart so-called Native American Indians didn't - they hunted bison.
The Eskimo hunt seal, fish etc.. And the Finnish Sami herd reindeer.
All these are proper nutrition.


I hope that helps you to understand the nature
of influenza and its relationship to diet.


Can I say in closing that with Kathy and I out of action for the best part
of now three weeks - we are wasted. Not just physically - but financially.
We rarely ask for donations here - but if you are inclined, we could use
help with hosting costs at the minimum. You can send funds by CCard
via my Paypal account referencing my email: fintan@breakfornews.com

It may take time to recover, but
great to be back, by the way.
Wink

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PostPosted: Sat Apr 02, 2016 7:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Glad to hear it.
Gramm's tried and true hot water bottle and extra blanket really works. Higher body temp suppresses viral replication. Sleep is your friend while fever suppressants are not (for non-life threatening body temps...)
The sambuccus nigra is also valuable to reduce the viral titer in the blood.
As for the internet withdrawl symptoms.... Wink

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 03, 2016 4:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Glad to hear your ok.We need Mr Dunne at full strength to continue the fight.Drink plenty of fluids and rest. Shit sound like a dr.
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 03, 2016 7:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Quote:
skinters:
Drink plenty of fluids and rest.
Shit sound like a dr.

Laughing Laughing

Let me first say that I'm not reporting here because I think
the world should know the intimate details of my influenza.
I'm not that self-centered and, hey people get sick. Big deal.

I'm reporting because I think that what just happened to me
is eventually going to happen to YOU- and I've worked out why.


I've had "the flu" before. Who hasn't? And it sucks. No biggie.
In fact, due to being wheat-free, I haven't had so much as a sniffle
for the last seven years - and I shrugged the last one off in a week.

So, when I came down with initial symptoms I didn't treat it with any
degree of respect and expected to rinse and repeat that experience.

(Side Note 1:
The Big Pharma story that every year's seasonal flu is a new variant
is total bullshit designed to get you to keep going back for the vaccine!
If you've had the flu - you've had the flu, so your immune system did
learn about it in childhood and has a pretty good idea what to do.
The reason some people keep getting it, say bi-annually is immune
system dysfunction driven by diet and impaired D3 metabolism. Ok?)


But, by the third day I realized that this was unlike anything I have
ever experienced before. I was flattened and by the time I began to
take it really seriously and deploy good defensive tactics at the bug,
it was too damn late. Here's what had happened:

I had just caught H1N1 Swine Flu for the first time in my life! And I
was now in really serious trouble. This lethal bug is a species-jumper
from pigs
and human immune systems are relatively inexperienced.

Already, in Ireland this year, 40% of all flu mortality is new Swine Flu.

Your immune system's knowledge is inherited (RNA particles have been
seen moving to the testicles in deep illness to pass on their experience)
,
so everybody's ability to handle H1N1 will be significantly different.

This sucker will come to get you (it will eventually because too
many of the people around you will have it)
so you'll know about it!

Maybe you don't have H1N1 right now, but that H1NI is still infecting
folks around here, at this time of year (when increasing sunlight should
be allowing even our screwed VitD3 systems to see the back of flu season).

Its a testament to its contagious virulence. It will be back later in 2016.

The purpose here is for you to learn in advance how best to
handle it. That's why I re-titled this topic thread - and why Kathy and I
will do a YouTube show on it and I will write a "proper" professional paper
(where I don't say fuck and assholes etc Laughing) all about surviving H1N1.

And, on we go............

DAY 1 REPORT

Ate the Day 1 foods and had first bowel movements at 12 hours,
16 hours, and 24 hours. Stool quality is surprisingly good for a gut restart.
Mere shotgun pellets, too soft - but dark in color - not inferior light brown.

The reason I am getting that is that I'm not embarrassed to talk shit.
(Tell us about it, say the critical lurkers Laughing)

No - I mean because stool quality and bowel function are roots of health.
And - also I mention it because some of my best friends are germs.

See:
SOME OF MY BEST FRIENDS ARE GERMS

http://breakfornews.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=7052

Medical science may be on the trail of a Grand Unified Theory of
Chronic Disease, at the very heart of which we will find the gut microbiome.


I was able to take off a few layers of clothing - now that my central heat
is back on!! I could feel the sheer heat pumping out of my lower belly.

Pulse on discharge was 90 resting and 120 on very light exercise.
Pulse now 24hrs later: 90 resting and 103 on normal day activity.

Yes, 90 resting is high - but my body is never really resting - even if I am.
It's rebuilding tissue and restarting normal systemic functionality.

The effect of the liquorice is extraordinary. Normally it's difficult to shift
residual sputum from the deep lower lung, but with liquorice there isn't
any need for cough exertion - sputum simply walks up out of the deep
lung and presents itself for light cough. Today the lungs are clearing
up nicely.

I've already started on the Day 2 addition: Sardines. Not only are they
really mouthwatering, but dirt cheap too: 60 euro cents/50 dollar cents a
4.5oz tin. So I bought 28 because I have a pile of weight to put back on.


IF I KNEW THEN, DEPARTMENT

Well, from my first symptoms, I would have been on the Elderberry
which Peter reminds us reduces virus titer. And I would have been
on the liquorice right away too.

So instead of 18 days of illness and weight loss in all , I would have
had 5 days of virus and maybe 5 days of secondary infection phase.
So 10 days illness and estimated weight loss 8lbs.

But then I wouldn't have learned so much.... Wink

I will leave it at that for today.
Thanks for reading.

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 03, 2016 10:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

So, following on from Fintan's posts, I have a few things to add regarding how I got through the virus - as it may help others.

I actually made a large pot of chicken broth 3 days into being unwell. I added carrots, spinach, one potato, whole turmeric root, Fenugreek, free range chicken and onion. I drank the juice as soon as it was ready as my appetite was low and in the two days that followed I ate small amounts of the chicken and vegetables.

I drank Elderflower cordial (was unaware of it's benefits as per Peter's post) but really felt it helped me. Great information Peter - as there are Elder trees growing around us here and I made my own cordial last year from the local trees.

I slept a lot. There was no choice as my energy was zapped. I did try to have Buckwheat made with goat milk from the 3rd morning - with manuka honey in it but I found I had to force myself to eat even a small amount.

The Pure Hard Liquorice Juice sticks helped with the mucus clearing.

I used Manuka Oil in Steam Inhalation. Simply I filled the basin with hot water and added the manuka. Also hot showers and sitting in the bathroom afterwards as the steam made my breathing easier. As I began to feel better I got physical on housework to help me oxygenate, a little every day helped.

I also used Vitamin D3, Magnesium and acidophilus from about 4 days into the virus. Also high dose Vitamin C.

I slept with the bedroom window open to help my breathing.

Hand washing is important, no need for antibacterial soaps,
just water, and my own home-made Neem Soap.

My appetite was low and I did feel nauseous for several days.
But I have more body fat to burn than Fintan.

I managed my hydration using boiled water,
7Up and the Elderflower cordial.

I am continuing to take acidophilus, Vitamin D3 3000iu sublingual and Vitamin C.

Also I am eating ewe's milk Blue Cheese.

And I added a small amount of Plantain Herb
to the mashed rooster potato which Fintan mentioned above.


So, to everything Fintan said - add these
as other tactics and nutritional idea's.

It's good to be feeling more normal (if that's what this is Wink )

P. S.: That Liquid Gold is magic.

OINK !! Very Happy
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 04, 2016 9:29 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Prevention?.

Im a believer in building a strong immune system to start with. Our bodies are bombarded with toxins, pollution etc, that leaves us wide open to infection. Its noticeable that we are different in the severity of the virus when it hits. I put that down to varying degrees of strength where our immune system is concerned.

The fact we need help from medicines, and antibiotics( which lower immune system further) says how poor that immune system is to begin with.

I feel a strong system, and positive attitude can fight anything.

With that ive never had more than a mild bout of flu when younger, and just the odd bad cold. How much of that has to do with my awareness of what i decide to put into my body including antibiotics im not sure.
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skinters wrote:
Prevention?.

Im a believer in building a strong immune system to start with. Our bodies are bombarded with toxins, pollution etc, that leaves us wide open to infection. Its noticeable that we are different in the severity of the virus when it hits. I put that down to varying degrees of strength where our immune system is concerned.

The fact we need help from medicines, and antibiotics( which lower immune system further) says how poor that immune system is to begin with.

I feel a strong system, and positive attitude can fight anything.

With that ive never had more than a mild bout of flu when younger, and just the odd bad cold. How much of that has to do with my awareness of what i decide to put into my body including antibiotics im not sure.


Totally agree with you on keeping the immune system strong. Both of us have very good immune systems as we look after our nutrition which thankfully got us through this.

My first prevention benefit is I think due to the fact that I live in a rural area and so I do not generally spend time in the city among large numbers of people.

However, I had close contact with a family member who did not inform me that she might be in active infection. Within 36 hours I had the beginnings of the virus - and Fintan ended up 36 hours after that with symptoms.

People who begin to feel unwell should be considerate to others by refraining from contact while they are ill. I was reading that the recommended distance from someone in active infection is 6ft because particles from coughing and sneezing can spread at least 4ft.

Being grain (wheat and other grains) and dairy free(quality butter is just fat and is ok), our immune systems are strong. Usually we do not even get "head colds".

The problem is that following infection with a virus such as this - residual mucus attracts bacteria which is what happened with Fintan and as he said he just needed a little medical assistance to deal with that.

It's great to see him regain his energy.
His recovery rate is amazing to observe.

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 04, 2016 2:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

kathy wrote:
skinters wrote:
Prevention?.

Im a believer in building a strong immune system to start with. Our bodies are bombarded with toxins, pollution etc, that leaves us wide open to infection. Its noticeable that we are different in the severity of the virus when it hits. I put that down to varying degrees of strength where our immune system is concerned.

The fact we need help from medicines, and antibiotics( which lower immune system further) says how poor that immune system is to begin with.

I feel a strong system, and positive attitude can fight anything.

With that ive never had more than a mild bout of flu when younger, and just the odd bad cold. How much of that has to do with my awareness of what i decide to put into my body including antibiotics im not sure.


Totally agree with you on keeping the immune system strong. Both of us have very good immune systems as we look after our nutrition which thankfully got us through this.

My first prevention benefit is I think due to the fact that I live in a rural area and so I do not generally spend time in the city among large numbers of people.

However, I had close contact with a family member who did not inform me that she might be in active infection. Within 36 hours I had the beginnings of the virus - and Fintan ended up 36 hours after that with symptoms.

People who begin to feel unwell should be considerate to others by refraining from contact while they are ill. I was reading that the recommended distance from someone in active infection is 6ft because particles from coughing and sneezing can spread at least 4ft.

Being grain (wheat and other grains) and dairy free(quality butter is just fat and is ok), our immune systems are strong. Usually we do not even get "head colds".

The problem is that following infection with a virus such as this - residual mucus attracts bacteria which is what happened with Fintan and as he said he just needed a little medical assistance to deal with that.

It's great to see him regain his energy.
His recovery rate is amazing to observe.


Yeah there seems to be some reason to believe being around more people can help the immune system be strong just through exposure. I have a son who at his age typically doesn't see the light of day for weeks. When he does venture out he inevitably picks up a cold from somewhere.

Ive always been against antibiotics. Although i have used them once years ago i made sure to replace with a good probiotic Im not entirely sure how effective probiotics are.

Anyways glad your both on the mend.
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Quote:
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With that ive never had more than a mild bout of flu when younger, and just the odd bad cold.
How much of that has to do with my awareness of what i decide to put into my body including antibiotics im not sure.

Antibiotic use - especially prolonged use or repeated use - destroys the natural balance of bacteria in your gut. If too many of the beneficial bacteria are killed off, that can trigger "leaky-gut" and seriously impair immune function.

So your determination to resist medical knee-jerk prescription of
antibiotics has been a very beneficial stance. Good call dude! Exclamation

However there are valid occasions to use antibiotics, so my approach is not fanatical. I just used them for 60 hours at high dose IV and oral. On exit from the hospital the junior duty doc gave me a script for another 7 days of low dose antibiotic?! "Just to be sure we'd eliminated the infection."

See? That's the kind of sloppy thinking that lands us all in trouble. Duration of use is the big issue. Beneficial bacteria populations can rebound from being caught up as the "collateral damage" of antibiotic use. But if you keep the therapy up until you kill off ALL of one class of gut bacteria - there's none left TO rebound. Then you are screwed.

Even worse he unthinkingly prescribed Doxycycline - although I was on Clarithromycin while in there. Doxy is specifically contraindicated for use in asthmatics. Guess what it says on my chart? It notes I had history of asthma. Sheesh. It's gone now, 'cos i fixed it with diet - but docs don't think that is possible so he should not have scripted it.

I don't blame him. He'd been there with the senior doc on Friday AM when the team gathered round my bed. And he scripted me on Saturday afternoon. He was probably still on duty on Sunday evening - all without a decent break!? They do that to him and expect him to not make silly mistakes?! Well, you see how that worked out.

Anyway - I wouldn't take Doxy if I was DEAD - let alone ill Laughing
It's a dangerous piece of shit antibiotic.

So folks need to treat antibiotic use with caution and look after your own ass. Google it before use. Google the side effects. Google forums where people recount their own experiences with relevant illnesses and the antibiotic you have been prescribed.

Quote:
skinters:
ive never had more than a mild bout of flu when younger, and just the odd bad cold.

Great. But you've never had Swine Flu - and one day...... one day...

Kathy told me earlier that a friend says she lost 19lbs in three weeks.
So my experience is not unusual. This H1N1 - is a literal pig.

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 04, 2016 5:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

skinters wrote:
Yeah there seems to be some reason to believe being around more people can help the immune system be strong just through exposure. I have a son who at his age typically doesn't see the light of day for weeks. When he does venture out he inevitably picks up a cold from somewhere.

Ive always been against antibiotics. Although i have used them once years ago i made sure to replace with a good probiotic Im not entirely sure how effective probiotics are.

Anyways glad your both on the mend.


Lack of Vitamin D3 from natural sunlight may be the cause of your son's low immune system. I live in a very rural area where most of the time the only person who calls to the house is the postman or the meter reader. Throughout the winter months and indeed in the northern hemisphere in general, but particularly in the UK and Ireland where summer can be as dark and damp as winter we should all supplement with Vitamin D3 particularly in the winter months.

As Fintan wrote above about restoring gut flora to optimal health after antibiotics should include foods that feed lower gut. Gut bacteria also synthesize vitamins B-7 (biotin), B-12, and K so eating foods with these compounds is also important to help restore the gut flora. Green vegetables, Sauerkraut and other fermented foods all help to rebuild the vital gut bacteria. Even without antibiotic consumption, Intestinal acidity, Diarrhea, Protein deficiency and many other issues can flush good bacteria, so we need to be mindful. The lower gut is the engine so we should look after it as good as an car enthusiast looks after his prized possession.

Thanks for your well wishes, good to have energy back.

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00 Hours:
Pulse on discharge was 90 resting and 120 on very light exercise.

24 Hours:
Pulse @ 24hrs : 90 resting and 103 on normal day activity.


48 Hours:

Pulse @ 48hrs : 82 resting and 103 after 10 mins vigorous vacuuming of
the car to remove Alphy hair Laughing followed by 10mins power-washing the
car and another 10mins power-washing the yard.

Ok looking good. I am detailing these pulse readings because I know
that there are folks reading here who will use this topic next fall to follow
a physician-free approach to dealing with their Swine Flu. I hope you guys
and gals find it instructive.

The best way to take your pulse is to measure over 10 seconds - as timed
with your computer clock or your domestic wall clock's second hand. Then
multiply. You need to monitor pulse carefully if not under physician care.

You will also need to get your weight on the first day of symptoms and
write it up daily to ensure you don't get in over your head.

I will get a pro weight check to see how much weight I have added. Exclamation

You have seen the dynamics of Swine Flu infection detailed here, and the
Non-Pharma therapeutics which will enable you to fight this bug with
success. If you have not prepared in advance and don't have the
specific medicinal compounds we have discussed here to hand, then fighting
Swine Flu on your own will be very difficult. I wouldn't recommend it.

In fact, I wouldn't recommend anything. We have simply shown you
how it is possible to fight Swine Flu. It is your call what you do.

Alright - centerloin organic grass-fed Lamb chops
will be added to my food list tomorrow. Oooooh!

Stay well.
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 05, 2016 12:04 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

DIETARY REGIMEN REVIEW

I've had college level scientific training - and I know how
to use a lab and how to follow and test a methodology.

I bring that up now because my analytic, scientific side
has been reviewing where I am at and it's decided to
overrule my emotional anticipation of lovely lamb chops.

So, sorry Fintan - there'll be NO lamb chops tomorrow. What!!??

And we're going right back to Day 1 level - to build again. OMG..... Groan.....

Here's the problem. Stool color is still dark - but it's way too damn runny
and the bowel is moving too frequently. The acceptable little shotgun
cartridge stool following the first Day 1 broccoli meal has been steadily
dis-improving into soft rabbit shit pellets. And that's not good enough.

The dietary regimen is too ambitious, too fast and the colon isn't able to
handle it at that pace. Yes we've extracted vital nutrients out of the diet -
plus there has been vital weight gain - plus much higher energy levels -
plus valuable stabilization of resting and active pulse - all big wins there.

But we've been playing individual numbers on the roulette wheel of the
Gut Casino - and winning! So we're gonna gather up them chips - then
head to the cashier and Cash Out! and tomorrow AM we go to the bank,
lodge most of the loot - and come back to play safe red or black tactics.

Virus and bacteria are beat, weight is on and rebuilding the gut is Job 1.
So that's what we're gonna focus on now. Let's review the Diet Regimen.

The big problem is that the potatoes and carrots are bulking up the food
volume - and giving the intestines more work to do. What do we get out
of them? Mostly glucose - and we can get that from glucose power which
will be easily adsorbed in the stomach and not burden the intestine at all.

So they are out.
And only coming back when we have achieved a slowing
of digestive transit time - and are producing larger, harder, darker stool.
The valuable butter fat we've been dressing them with can be dissolved
in the mouth.

The unripened bananas have soluble fiber - but again they are lots of sugar
we can get by glucose. Sauerkraut is a better soluble fiber source.

The broccoli has clean protein, soluble fiber and made reasonable stool.
Asparagus spears and other soluble fiber veg will feed colon bacteria.

The sardines have protein also for weight gain - and valuable omegas.
So they stay in - but in smaller quantity because of the digestive burden.

Glucose powder and the super-food liquid nutrition are a smart move.
Water intake is to be maintained at the pints a day level.

I will do up a revised dietary regimen based on all that.

If you are a member here your informed suggestions are welcome.
And if you are a reader - the same applies.
Email fintan at breakfornews dotcom...
Thanks Wink

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