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Too long with no thread for men!!

Discussion in 'Living with lupus' started by Smile Of Life, Aug 26, 2009.

  1. lup92

    lup92 Registered

    Thanks Joan, the last set of instructions worked a treat. I can see threads going wayyyy back now. Could you help me find where I've left my front door keys next? :p

    Thanks again.
     
  2. Joandublin

    Joandublin Registered

    :lol::lol:

    Try the freezer - it usually works for me! :wink2:

    Glad it worked. Happy reading!

    Take care
    Joan:rose:
     
  3. Smile Of Life

    Smile Of Life Duncan

    Tom, I see from your profile you've never received a like!!!!! So I just gave you one!
     
  4. Laranne

    Laranne New Member

    Not sure men get it worse, but I do believe they are less likely to go to the doctor and get tested. I'm a it's not all in my head fighter and will ask my doctor for testing. That being said I am a veterinarian so I self diagnose a lot. Know enough to be dangerous and read the peer review medical articles.

    When I was first diagnosed it was after multiple miscarriages which I thought were my only sign, but looking back I had thyroiditis and other signs of making antibodies to myself earlier. I thought I would never have kids at that point and offered my husband a divorce for that reason but he did some research on his own and decided not to take me up on the offer. I did not practice veterinary medicine in a clinic for a long while afterward but found jobs in industry.
    When one door closes another one opens, just keep looking and asking.
     
  5. JS87

    JS87 New Member

    Men seem to do have it worse. Compared my 80 symptoms (ridiculous I know) to other females an mine seem to always outweigh them by a lot but that was when I was bad off tho. Have any questions on anything I'll sure be happy to help. After studying the body/nutrition I found this all is what works the best.

    Got no help from any of the Drs or specialists. No matter what your gonna have some good an bad days but you'll be able to go thru life almost normal doing this. Now you'll never have the strength an endurance that you once had when fully healthy ever again bc Lupus just breaks the body down too much but this will keep you from feeling really sick tho. Give this 2 to 4 weeks an you'll start to see a major difference in your life. Autoimmune diseases come from too much inflammation in the body an it also cz a lot of other serious medical problems as well. "CORN" is 33% more contaminated than any other crop due to being modified in a lab an the pesticides we put on them, also have done tests an it's the only food so far that cz severe inflammation in every race. Stop eating anything with "CORN" ( high fructose syrup, syrup, starch, & etc) in it. Eat blueberries a few times a week along with cinnamon bc these take inflammation out better than anything. Eat natural fruits, veggies, seafood, chicken (grilled or baked) & limit other meats. In the mornings drink warm water with apple cider Vinegar, lemon an Manuka Honey to build a healthy digestive system, building the body back up starts here! Oils: olive & avocado mainly, limit coconut, light sesame, & flax/grape seed. Flours: Amaranth, quinoa, chickpea, rice, oat, & limit coconut. Nuts: need to eat daily except limit peanuts. Milks: Almond, limit coconut, & limit soy for males. Spices: ALL! Eat daily & extremely good for you. Teas: green, lavender an limeflower, ginger, turmeric & drink daily. Limit your caffeine intake so if you drink coffee then don't drink a green that day instead opt for a different one. Also if you need to take an over the counter then take ibuprofen bc it takes inflammation out as well
    No artificial anything, "CORN" , butter, bad oils, & limit wheat due to gluten. is in everything nowadays so always check the ingredients list. Enjoy
     
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