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    Quote Originally Posted by ombat View Post
    So you think I should not even consider it for now?
    Try it, it's great in milk or coffee. You might not react at all, and it could be beneficial to healing your gut.



    I didn't know the serotonin bit. I really should be looking into serotonin and gut issues, shouldn't I? Yoyo recommended it recently.
    Yeah, I have a few posts in her journal from months ago about it, and probably all over this forum.



    The organic low fat milk I tried did have vitamins added. Is it really a problem? And yes I was and will continue to add simple sugar. What is the mechanism behind that exactly? The more complex sugars get carried along in the simple sugar breakdown process?
    For the vitamins, it depends, it requires experimenting with both and others. Some of the vehicles are just dirty. I personally prefer raw skim milk, but even that can be a problem for a lot of people because of things like seasonal food for cows and others. I actually think it'd be better for you to try sweetened powdered condensed milk, since normal milk is very diluted and difficult to digest for some, too. This is one I use for ice cream and other things: Organic Valley - Organic Nonfat Dry Milk

    No synthetic vitamins, either. Worth a shot.

    The simple sugars break down quicker, causing the lactose to digest easier.

    The whites, right? I have noticed hypoglycemic symptoms when I eat eggs alone and thought I was crazy until I read a Peat quote about it. And I haven't been able to find oysters in anything but seed oil so I've been eating clams instead. I've also been eating liver 1x per week.
    Yeah, mostly. I did too, a while ago. Crown Prince can be ordered cheap in bulk on Amazon. GJ on the liver, I had some last night.
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    Quote Originally Posted by YogaBare View Post
    Yeah, right now I really need a break from her. I started a thread hoping for some wisdom, and it was quite comforting to read that other people have difficulties too, but I've come to the conclusion that when it comes to mothers no one has it figured out I got the "realise you can't change her, you can only change yourself" thing a few times, which just indicated that they hadn't read my initial post.
    I've realized that everyone is on the path they have chosen and there's nothing you can really do about it. When you start to see each individual in this manner, it's really easy to detach. The best thing to do is to let them be. This goes for mothers as well...

    It sounds like it's been a big year for you, and like I said, maybe this is part of the process of you cutting the chord and becoming your own individuated person. It's actually quite a painful process for both parties, and what I learned from my mum is that it's easy for the chords to grow back. I cut mine in my early twenties, but then in my late twenties they took root again, in another form. So now I'm back at square one, figuring out how to separate myself.
    Like a wise woman once said, "I never learn."

    Yeah, In terms of personal growth and development, this has been the most significant year of my life. I've found seeing those changes in myself through her so fascinating that I completely detached and now I'm just amused.

    You know, I feel a real obligation to visit people's journals, and I feel guilty if I don't check in. I know this is a pattern with me in my life - always feeling like I need to give more and more, and worrying if I don't, and I really needed a break from it for a few days, which is when I was MIA. Right now I'm posting all the time because I'm working at my desk, trying to get a project finished, and the little snappy posts I make are like 20 second breaks that I need to gather my thoughts from the creative process (if that makes sense).
    I want to refer you back to "Everyone just wants to be liked and accepted... Except for Tim..." Haha. I completely understand, though. You want yourself to be positively received, but most often the people who matter will see the best in you when you stop trying so hard and just be. And I'm just talking about life, not the forum, by the way... I will hate you forever if you stop commenting in my journal.

    I too always seem to post the most often when I have pressing, non-related matters to attend to as well...

    Ha, don't worry! Nothing of import going on in there Though you may have missed - I'm now seeing the yoga guy He broke up with his girlfriend so we could get together.
    I had not seen that! But I did just see something about an open relationship? I will subscribe to those updates...
    Is it weird in here, or is it just me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Derpamix View Post
    Try it, it's great in milk or coffee. You might not react at all, and it could be beneficial to healing your gut.
    Bought some organic blackstrap. Haven't had the chance to use it yet but I tasted it and it's rulllllll good.

    For the vitamins, it depends, it requires experimenting with both and others. Some of the vehicles are just dirty. I personally prefer raw skim milk, but even that can be a problem for a lot of people because of things like seasonal food for cows and others. I actually think it'd be better for you to try sweetened powdered condensed milk, since normal milk is very diluted and difficult to digest for some, too. This is one I use for ice cream and other things: Organic Valley - Organic Nonfat Dry Milk

    No synthetic vitamins, either. Worth a shot.
    Oh great, thanks! I'll try milk first and see how that goes. Do you think the vitamins are actually damaging to our systems though?

    Yeah, mostly. I did too, a while ago. Crown Prince can be ordered cheap in bulk on Amazon. GJ on the liver, I had some last night.
    I actually really like liver.... It's the Jewess in me.
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    They probably are, if you have preexisting damage especially.

    Liver isn't even kosher
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    Your mom's not Kosher.

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    Well, duh, my mom isn't kosher she's 100% national socialist descendant

    Sieg heil!

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    The fact that image exists concerns me in so many ways.... The Japanese will just latch onto anything, won't they...

    .... Do NOT post anything tentacle related in response to that comment.
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    The Japanese are nazis though...

    Aw!
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    Randoms:

    I'm going to add a little garlic to my regular diet. I thought it was contributing to my bloating so I'd been avoiding it, but 2 meals in a row yesterday proved otherwise. This thrills me because I believe garlic is extremely beneficial to the gut microbiome because of its antimicrobial properties.

    It seems as thought sausage (don't get too excited, Derp) irritates my gut no matter what it is. A few mono meals has proved this. And yes I've checked that there is no wheat / fillers; only quality ingredients. And I've noticed it with house made, packaged, etc. sausages. The nitrates?

    I've gone through almost 3/4 of a pound of gelatin in the past 2 weeks and it seems like my hair has had it's biggest growth spurt since then. Could be coincidence, but I'm not looking that gift horse in the mouth...

    In life news, I am soon to begin my senior year of college. I've been thinking about my path recently and all of the seemingly small and insignificant decisions that I've made in my life that led me to exactly where I am today in body and spirit. In essence, had a dropped a pin on some other high school class six years ago I would not be the person I am today. Decisions lead to more decisions which lead to meeting people who influence your decisions and here you are today. This morning I had odd visions; I was sitting at a bar having a drink with a friend who'd transferred out of my university two years ago. In another, I was gearing up for my senior thesis in chemistry.... I keep seeing all these glitches, tears, and wormholes in the fabric of my universe, this universe that I've come to love. I'm so happy with my life right now it could move me to tears, but for some reason my mind keeps taking me to all of my parallel universes. Maybe it's just for show; to say, "look at all of these things you could have been. But they pale in comparison to what you are."

    This weekend I'm meeting friends whom I haven't seen in a year or more due to study abroad or whathaveyou. It's exciting because my closest university friends graduated last year. But that's the ephemerality of this world. No use in being melancholy about it.
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    I have a sausage that won't irritate your gut... Nitrates free, too.
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