Hi YB! i have to say i am not much of a coke drinker. i had a nasty experience as a small child which i have never gotten over LOL i do know someone who recommends coke for nausea when you are doing liver flushes. i think she said it was the phosphoric acid? or something like that in it. maybe that was why you felt better?
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Would carbonated water work this way as well? I add a can (La Croix) to my OJ, gelatin and salt mix and it makes me feel great.
THanks for all your suggestions. I honestly have no idea about the calcium-phosphorous ratio... it's one of the Peat areas I'm totally ignorant about. But I do eat A LOT of cheese, so maybe you're onto something...
PM, if you want to hear something sad: pretty much most of the regular posters on MDA have featured in dreams of mine I blame surfing the forum before bed time.
ETA. Sorry if this is tmi, but I've noticed that recently... my nipples have gotten bigger It's very bizarre. My breasts have always been a bit underdeveloped so I'm assuming this is a step forward...
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i poss should read more about it as it is something that fascinates me. especially how i have seen Peatly protein sources quoted as needing to be high calcium to balance out the phosphorus. i saw a breakdown of the steak and eggs diet on paleo track and the phosphorus was sky high. calcium and magnesium were way low. i have pointed this out before to the VLC crew and i think once i was even quoted for some reason and that bit was ignored totally in the quote LOL what i do know is if kittens have too high phosphorus, by for example just getting fed muscle meats without any bones, they get brittle bones as the phosphorus pushes the calcium absorption out. so calcium, magnesium and phosphorus need to be balanced or you get issues. i looked up the coke thing too btw and it is the phosphoric acid in it which cuts the nausea apparently. unless you are like me and the mere thought of anything coke flavoured can make me feel nauseous!!!THanks for all your suggestions. I honestly have no idea about the calcium-phosphorous ratio... it's one of the Peat areas I'm totally ignorant about. But I do eat A LOT of cheese, so maybe you're onto something...
My nipples have gotten smaller and my areola is almost non-existent. How come?
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I know pm is joking but my boobs are much much bigger than anyone else's in my family's. Mom had tons of yogurt when she was preggers with me and I drank a ton of milk (as much as allowed under commie system anyway) growing up..
And my friend has no boobs but her sister had huge ones. she hates milk but her sis loves milk.
I hypothesize it is due to the growth hormones in non-organic milk...
But I think in your case it is the progesterone. Makes bigger boobies.
Okay I am done talking about my theory about boobs... XD
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