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    quit trying to be older than you are
    OK, Honey Badger. 49.25 Fifty just sounds more impressive.

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    Get yourself on 10,000 IU Daily of Vitamin D3 !

    A lack of D3 is the root cause of a wide range of diseases, and neurologic disease including epilepsy is included.
    Please see full details is my Vitamin D3 report below the line.
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    5D) Mental Problems and Vitamin D3 deficiency
    - - - Epilepsy, Depression, Schizophrenia, Mood Swings
    - - - ADD, ADHD
    - - - Brain Fog
    - - - PMS
    - - - Alzheimers, Dementia
    - - - S.A.D. ( Seasonal Affective Disorder - Winter Blues )

    The root cause of all of these amazing symptoms is that Vitamin D3 is ESSENTIAL to a properly functioning immune system.
    Epidemic of Vitamin D deficiency sweeping the world

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleobird View Post
    OK, Honey Badger. 49.25 Fifty just sounds more impressive.
    liar. that ass cant be more than 25
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    Captain Vitamin D To the Rescue!

    After you have been around this board for a while you will see that this same poster jumps on with this exact same message on every thread about every malady from toenail fungus to cancer.

    I agree that getting adequate vitamin D is important but I think that our bodies do a fine job of that on their own if we just get outside more often in the sunshine. I think the levels of D we supposedly "need" are vastly overstated mostly by people who want to sell you vitamin D supplements. But note how they keep referring to the doctors as the ones with the profit motive.

    Also notice how the "evidence" that D cures everything is that people with all these various conditions such as kidney failure and advanced heart problems and diabetes also test low on D. Of course they are low on D. They are sick and therefore stay inside all the time. Correlation does not equal causation.

    Vitamin D is great but it is not a "cure" for epilepsy. I wish it were that easy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by quelsen View Post
    liar. that ass cant be more than 25
    Vintage 1962. I swear on Mark Sisson's abdominal muscles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleobird View Post
    Captain Vitamin D To the Rescue! .... Vitamin D is great but it is not a "cure" for epilepsy. I wish it were that easy.
    True, however blood will tell. If we assume modern medicine has any validity then my Vit D levels do need supplementing. When my blood work can bak with a 14 i was working from home and as such taking at least 45 minute naps in the noon sun for over two years.

    The MD gave me Vit D.

    I have not had a seizure in 35 years so i dont have a dog in this fight, but i do suspect that vit D supplementation has validity and apparantly so does my MD.... even though i really dont trust MD's
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleobird View Post
    Vintage 1962. I swear on Mark Sisson's abdominal muscles.
    i am going to need a closer inspection :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by quelsen View Post
    True, however blood will tell. If we assume modern medicine has any validity then my Vit D levels do need supplementing. When my blood work can bak with a 14 i was working from home and as such taking at least 45 minute naps in the noon sun for over two years.

    The MD gave me Vit D.

    I have not had a seizure in 35 years so i dont have a dog in this fight, but i do suspect that vit D supplementation has validity and apparantly so does my MD.... even though i really dont trust MD's
    I didn't know you had a history of epilepsy too. If it was 35 years ago you must have been pretty young. Childhood epilepsy is often something that people "grow out of" at puberty. Adult onset cases are actually pretty rare.
    Because of the protective pigmentation in skin on people of African heritage, you would need to stay out in the sun longer than I would in order to get the same amount of vit D. As I said, D is great but natural D is better than a pill, IMO. But, take it any way you can get it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleobird View Post
    I didn't know you had a history of epilepsy too. If it was 35 years ago you must have been pretty young. Childhood epilepsy is often something that people "grow out of" at puberty. Adult onset cases are actually pretty rare.
    Because of the protective pigmentation in skin on people of African heritage, you would need to stay out in the sun longer than I would in order to get the same amount of vit D. As I said, D is great but natural D is better than a pill, IMO. But, take it any way you can get it.
    yeppers really really bad. 3 hospital required seizures before age 5. countless others. on phenolbarbitol and dialantin until 12. I really wish i had not taken all those drugs
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