Hello everyone. Is this just a support forum, or do people want to come together to find a commonality between everyone? This forum has a unique opportunity because most people with that problem have found their way here. When many people with the same problem have the ability to communicate like this, it is quite easy to poll everyone and see what they eat, and how they live their lives every day.
I noticed that many times people wrote posts asking for others to answer questions to see what the commonalities are but no one ever answers! My question is this: is this forum here just to tell sad stories, or is it here to work together to find commonalities between all of us? I'm going to throw out various questions here, and I think every single person who reads this forum should answer it fully! NOT because my questions are "brilliant", but because somebody has to do it, and we all need to answer to find commonalities.
I know it will take some work in the reply scrolling up and down to look at all the questions and then responding, but come on, the solution is painfully obvious to find commonalities among everyone.
How often do you eat?
At what time before bed is your last meal?
What are your "staple" foods (the ones you most often consume)?
Do you eat eggs?
How much snack food do you consume?
How often do you go outdoors and take in some sunshine?
Do you drink milk?
Which meats, and other high protein foods, do you consume (this is very important for everyone to answer I think since I read many are NOT full vegetarians, this means you eat some flesh meats and other high protein foods, and I need to know which)
How many people have pets?
How clean are your living residences (mold problem, carbon monoxide problem)?
Everyone, PLEASE answer these questions and don't just gloss over it like polls in the past have been. Are we going to sit and sulk and give sad stories or are we going to do something productive? Please answer each question as deeply as you need no matter how much effort it takes out of your day. I think the answer lies in protein foods (and the resultant acidity). When people lift weights their bodies need more protein, however if you don't lift weights, and you STILL consume a lot of protein foods, then you get excess nitrogen in your system, excess animal waste products, and over time you can lose your enzymatic ability to digest all those protein foods. But again, please answer the questions thoroughly and honestly.