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Thread: Brooke... One day at a time. Well maybe. :)

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    Thanks Max! I've come to believe the same.

    I could have sat there worrying about what I was or wasn't putting in my mouth but I choose to enjoy dinner and time with my parents.

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    My pulse rate right now is 75. Usually it's 58-60 at this time of night.

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    Just took mine, its 63-64. A few months ago it was usually ~52. I guess this is good?

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    Wow, he should of at least flirted AFTER he was done drawing blood.

    I'm still confused about the heart rate thing. I can believe excessive endurance training can negatively effect thyroid and metabolism, but what about moderate exercise? I always associated being fit with a low heart rate. Me and my teammates used to brag about our super low heart rates haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by max219 View Post
    Just took mine, its 63-64. A few months ago it was usually ~52. I guess this is good?
    Try taking your temp consistently for a couple weeks. I find a higher pulse goes with a higher temp and i certainly feel worlds better when i am at a high temp. For refrence my temp is 98.8 now and resting pulse is 70. Baxk in the hypo days i was in the 97s and 50-60.

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    Sorry to hear about the binge, that is good news though that you were able to stop yourself before you felt sick. I had a binge last night as well, and I'm fine today. It's just another day, you'll feel great again later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by max219 View Post
    It's just another day, you'll feel great again later.
    Thanks Max

    I'm fuller than I would like to be right now but feeling better later is what I'm looking for to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zach View Post
    Try taking your temp consistently for a couple weeks. I find a higher pulse goes with a higher temp and i certainly feel worlds better when i am at a high temp. For refrence my temp is 98.8 now and resting pulse is 70. Baxk in the hypo days i was in the 97s and 50-60.
    Hey Zach! Right now my pulse rate is 85... Is there any way besides over eating to raise pulse and body temp.

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    Sodium to water/potassium ratio, eating the four S's (salt, sugar, starch, saturated fat), eliminating inflammatory foods that raise stress hormones and also keeping stress low in general.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brookesam View Post
    I'm normally really sensitive to salt... Meaning water retention. I use No-salt. It's potassium chloride. Do you think I use use salt instead and my body will eventually stop retaining water from it?
    Sounds like a hypo problem, just talked to Om about this. You were using sea salt, correct? I definitely would not use potassium salt.

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