So sorry to have to do this, but you have been warned several times.
Therefore you are the first person ever that I have to put on IGNORE. You are now officially on my Ignore List. I will keep you there for 3 months.
I tried. So sad, too bad.
If anyone else gets sick & tired of PaleoBirds never ending hostilities, ranting & raving just go to her profile & click on "Add to Ignore List." Really easy.
Last edited by Grizz; 07-24-2012 at 04:56 PM.
yeah you are
if you think about it, any box could have vibrators in it
This thread basically reads like the diary of a madman....I may or may not need iodine but I'd be scared to death to take it no matter whose protocol I followed for fear I too would get a head full of crazy.
It's a tough call however because at the same time I am concerned I may lose various body parts if I don't take it. I'll think I'll risk that over the mental derangement....
Well, she is kinda like the Queen Bird around here.
I recently tuned into a webinar done by Dr. Moira Dolan who was teaching about the thyroid gland. Who doesn’t know someone who struggles with thyroid issues? Thyroid issues are becoming as common as type 2 diabetes. I’ve done serious study of the thyroid during the past several years and am still learning about this tiny yet crucial piece of tissue.
According to Dr. Joseph Mercola, “Bromines are common endocrine disruptors, and are part of the halide family, a group of elements that includes fluorine, chlorine, and iodine. What makes it so dangerous is that it competes for the same receptors that are used to capture iodine. If you are exposed to a lot of bromine, your body will not hold on to the iodine that it needs. And iodine affects every tissue in your body — not just your thyroid.”
Dr Mercola says that, “Trying to avoid bromine is like trying to avoid air pollution — all you can do is minimize your exposure.” He goes on to give some tips to avoiding bromides. I’ll share a few here. Feel free to read more in today’s link. Many of these are part of the equation of living a life of health and wellness and they will go a long way in nourishing the thyroid and the body as a whole.
Eat organic as often as possible. Wash all produce thoroughly to minimize pesticide exposure.
Avoid sodas. Drink natural, filtered water instead.
If you own a hot tub, look into an ozone purification system. Such systems make it possible to keep the water clean with minimal chemical treatments.
Avoid eating and drinking (or storing food and water) in plastic. Use glass and safe ceramic containers instead.
Look for organic whole-grain breads and flour. Grind you own grain, if possible. Look for the “no bromine” or “bromine-free” label on commercial baked goods.
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