I'm glad I saw this. I wanted to comment on your take on edema. Yes, for some I'm sure it did have something to do with sodium to potassium ratios and for some dehydration...but for others it was due to sensitivity to carbohydrates. Once you get rid of certain or most carbs out of the diet, you can do the salt loads for the Iodine protocol without very much problem. Some just can't do both at the same time without dangerous swelling around different parts of the body. For some it will even accumulate around the heart/chest area. Of course early on no one was aware of this and couldn't advise beginners with this problem.
ah, but the carb problem is a sodium to potassium problem. carbs help dump potassium. you have no idea, and i mean you have absolutely none of an idea of how deficient you are in potassium. it is truly the number one problem in health today. it is chronic. it is long term. and it is a clinical yet undiagnosed/misdiagnosed disease that is ubiquitous. people dont sweat enough these days to be sodium deficient. if there are no underlying issuse, salt pushes are ok. the reason people do much better on KI is the potassium content. hear me now and believe me later.
The Iodine forum was being attacked much like ML's was, as well had plenty of people needing more personalized help. You stayed grumpy with people as well. Didn't tolerate anyone not getting better when it was suppose to work. So I think you understand such things better because the people are harping at you as well to fix them because they didn't know what to do. Working through brain fog was probably the most difficult thing to get through.
no, thats just a lack of insight on your part, comman as that may be. everyone that needed it and desired it got all the help they needed. when were were flat-assed trolled i gave no quarter. why should i? they were there for only one purpose and it wasnt good.
When I didn't have the answers, I kept searching. I did learn to endure. So I did try and do deep thinking on the issue. It just took certain turns of events to point me the right direction to find the answers for myself.
that part you did right. apply that attitude to spiritual matters. you know, sometimes you have to start from the beginning. there is no shame in that and it pleases god when we humble ourselves like that. you need a refresher on the things that matter (pardon the pun). or, as a friend of mine says, there are things of man and things of father.. you can guess which on really matters.
I'm sure you know how ML got his start right? He studied under Dr. Reams. Dr. Reams was the famous expert.
not really. you know me, i dont like gurus and tryt o keep them to a minimum. the lord leads me and i tryt o keep that focus. thats me. he guides others according to their needs, not mine, so we are all different. he had me read everything MH ever wrote. and i got the school of natural healing handbook and the dr mom cd's. thanks for the info.