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    I started by putting the drops on my toothpaste, but I love the taste of the brushing blend so I just use that now.
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    I may do that until the jar of homemade stuff is empty.
    "No fate but what we make"- Sarah Connor, Terminator 2
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    On another note, I need to do crockpot meals more often. It makes willpower only necessary for one meal a day and is great for easy cook and clean. I wonder if they make crockpot dividers, so I can do the side in there too,without it mixing.
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    Dinner was crockpot skirt steak with chile, and a side salad with lettuce, tom, cuke, and cado.
    I tried brushing the Dr Bass way last night. Hells bells, I should've started doing this years ago. Dentist visit has nothing on that level of feeling clean. Then again, I also scraped my tongue, mouthwashed, oil pulled and mouthwashed again (the second was because I hate the flavor of coconut oil.) Can't wait for the new brush and everything to come in.
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    Contemplating a true elimination diet. Not sure how much further to go beyond paleo. I should entertain the idea of removing nightshades, onion and garlic, as I eat those every day. I'm not sure I want to know if I'm allergic to one of those. A life without those would be utterly miserable.
    Cooking them appears to reduce the alkaloids by roughly half. I don't recall having issues with alkaloids like caffeine. .. I may just cut potatoes and tomatoes, as they have the highest content.
    Should I check eggs? I rarely eat them because Geek reacts to the smell in much the same way I react to the smell of popcorn. Out of respect to his allergy, I try not to eat them when we're together or at the house. Eggs wouldn't be hard to remove the rest of the way.
    Anything else paleo I should look at eliminating?
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    Looks like you're going autoimmune.

    Paleo Autoimmune Protocol Print-Out Guides | Autoimmune Paleo

    Doing autoimmune for a month would probably be a good place to start. I'd say don't go super strict if you don't have to. Super strict to me would be doing the SCD, starting with a chicken soup w/ carrots & celery (you could use green onions for the flavor, instead of onions) and then adding foods in from there.
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    Yikes. I'd lose mustard, tomatoes, peppers, coffee, AND chocolate. I dunno. I should try it, given my thyroid. At the same time, yikes.
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    This paleo blogger/author has done autoimmune paleo to try and sort out her own thyroid issues. There are definitely bunches of others out there that should have tons of recipes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by naiadknight View Post
    On another note, I need to do crockpot meals more often. It makes willpower only necessary for one meal a day and is great for easy cook and clean. I wonder if they make crockpot dividers, so I can do the side in there too,without it mixing.
    There is this:

    Crock-Pot Double Dipper Slow Cooker - Walmart.com


    granted you needn't get it at Walmart.. it was just the first example I saw...

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    Oh, fer frak's sake. Next week is my vampire appt. I know she'll bitch me out about my cholesterol again. I wonder if there's anything I can do in less than a week to artificially bring it down, just long enough for the test. Niacin and fish oil would help, dunno if it'd be enough. I wonder if the sulfite allergy was driving it up.
    "No fate but what we make"- Sarah Connor, Terminator 2
    Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, steak in one hand, chocolate in the other, yelling "Holy F***, What a Ride!"
    My Primal Battle Tome

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