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Old 08-12-2020, 06:39 AM
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I think that to have an overgrowth of yeast (Candida albicans) in the gut causes alcohol-related type of peripheral neuropathy … because of the Candida ethanol production …

Just one thing to check. Vitaklenz is the best imo. for it.

You may have been cured of H.pylori, but what did it do to your small intestinal lining?
One of the causes developing a ‘leaky gut’ is Helicobacter pylori.

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I may have it then. LOL
I will look into Vitaklenz .

We harvested some Devil's club (Oplopanax horridus) this past year.
We have incorporated it into our medicine tea.
Started in June or so.
I should do some fasting with it.
We also need to get our purification lodge back up but in a different location.
Toxin remover, the sweat house is.
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Old 08-12-2020, 08:21 AM
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hmm indigenous people... i think, due to something that happpened to me, that i have a african american angel protecting me. his/her name is Ehi.

Ehi means angel. do you know anything about this?

It is a broad question.
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Anything?
It sounds plausible. Depending on your meaning of Angel.
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I may have it then. LOL
I will look into Vitaklenz .

We harvested some Devil's club (Oplopanax horridus) this past year.
We have incorporated it into our medicine tea.
Started in June or so.
I should do some fasting with it.
We also need to get our purification lodge back up but in a different location.
Toxin remover, the sweat house is.
I am just pushing that angle, because it is the only peripheral neuropathy angle I know about.
And I do know how it feels when it starts from fingers and toes, comes up and then seemingly invades the whole body.

But in any case - it doesn’t hurt to do a cleanse from the start and a fast.
And then start introducing foods one by one.
But read all your ingredient labels really carefully, because I don’t think you can even buy ‘black pepper’ without gluten or wheat in it sometimes. The most harmless foods can contain gluten, wheat or soy, which are often the main culprits. But your food diary will reveal it.

It doesn’t hurt either to treat your situation as a ‘leaky gut’ problem.
So please learn all about a ‘leaky gut’.
If it turns out that is not the cause, at least then you would have eliminated it.

Some iridology-naturopaths are really knowledgeable about this, where doctors aren’t.

Here in Straya - at the doctor’s they always ask if you are Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander.
I have to say no, but I should really say yes, because we, the old hunter-gatherer population of Fennoscandia have the same or similar risk factors as Aboriginals.

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Old 09-12-2020, 01:50 AM
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Sentient I do appreciate it.

When I heard leaky gut, I was thinking like perforated .
I see, gut floral secretion's And specific flora live on specific food
types, colonize, then secrete thru the lining and overwhelm the body with toxic waste.

Cleanse with herbs, then find out what food they like and don't like and change the
floral colony to a desired type by food consumption.
Maintain healthy floral colony.

Easier said then done on the food part.
Fasting and ingesting herbs to cleanse is one thing.
Obeying Potlach/traditional food rules is another.
It is customary to not refuse any offering, especially food.
Or you get the eye and the back turned to you.
It hurts. LOL, I know, I refused a few things when I first came to Nisqually.
But if I can find relief by a few backs turned, then I think
I'll brave it.
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Paul Stamets is a mushroom mentor to a mushroom mentor from way back.
He studies medicinal/food and functional uses for Mushrooms.

I had worked for one of his old partners from way back further.
I need to study what magic treasures he has found that may help
with gut health and immune system health.
Plus many other magical projects that I have envisioned.

Just a vid. as an intro to Paul not necessarily related to neuropathy at all.
Most of his talks are a bit long, so I found a 11min. one and go from there.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kDRkhS902Qs

Here is another one 25 min. if no intrest no worries.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W57nYOaQmIU
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Easier said then done on the food part.
Fasting and ingesting herbs to cleanse is one thing.
Obeying Potlach/traditional food rules is another.
It is customary to not refuse any offering, especially food.
Or you get the eye and the back turned to you.
It hurts. LOL, I know, I refused a few things when I first came to Nisqually.
But if I can find relief by a few backs turned, then I think
I'll brave it.
These traditional peoples don't have lactose intolerance issues?

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These traditional peoples don't have lactose intolerance issues?
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High frequency of lactose intolerance in a prehistoric hunter-gatherer population in Northern Europe

Background
Genes and culture are believed to interact, but it has been difficult to find direct evidence for the process. One candidate example that has been put forward is lactase persistence in adulthood, i.e. the ability to continue digesting the milk sugar lactose after childhood, facilitating the consumption of raw milk. This genetic trait is believed to have evolved within a short time period and to be related with the emergence of sedentary agriculture.

Results
Here we investigate the frequency of an allele (-13910*T) associated with lactase persistence in a Neolithic Scandinavian population. From the 14 individuals originally examined, 10 yielded reliable results. We find that the T allele frequency was very low (5%) in this Middle Neolithic hunter-gatherer population, and that the frequency is dramatically different from the extant Swedish population (74%).

Conclusions
We conclude that this difference in frequency could not have arisen by genetic drift and is either due to selection or, more likely, replacement of hunter-gatherer populations by sedentary agriculturalists.
"An estimated 74-79 percent of American Indian adults have lactose intolerance. Yet, the Dietary Guidelines advises that everyone eat two or three servings of dairy foods."

Your area ImthatIm says: “77% of participants reported having no known food allergies. 14% of respondents reported being lactose intolerant.
Increasing lactose intolerance among tribal members can be a challenge for tribal cooks”.


Maybe it is not an increase in lactose intolerance, but rather increase in an awareness of the issue.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4-fiJCfGm10

Heh:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9knGW8IuLlk

Also when one doesn't have the enzimes for all this Western grain and vegetarian diet, you just become increasingly more fatiqued and start to have deficiences even without the actual allergies or intolerances.

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These traditional peoples don't have lactose intolerance issues?

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Diabetes is a big problem also. Many elders suffer from it.
At Tribal dinners you can see some traditional foods but there
is a whole lot of processed foods that have sugars and dairy and pasta's.
I don't think I have ever seen pasta rot.
There is something drastically wrong with the American food system.
I think most of our foods don't rot easily. It all seems preserved with
some kind of chemicals.
I get tired of seeing how businesses are trying to kill us with chemicals
all for the dollar.

We have been slowly moving toward more of a paleo diet at home.
Economics always plays a part in food decisions.

We do have a Tribal garden which has tickled me pink, since I so
love garden vegies. Store vegies just don't seem like they taste like food
anymore. GMO I guess.
We enjoy growing stuff at home too.
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We have been slowly moving toward more of a paleo diet at home.
'Indigenous genes' and Western agricultural diet is not a healthy combination!
For Palaeolithic hunter-gatherer genes, a Paleo diet imo. is a must rather than some fancy food trend to follow.
But I am not sure if it is that good for European agriculturalist’s genes which are used to eating grains for nutrients and do have the enzymes for it.

Agricultural West also seems to hail Soy as some kind of a health food and they put it into almost every processed food item. But soy is a real silent killer – for starters if as a hunter-gatherer you don’t have enzymes for it, it doesn’t turn into nutrients in the body. Secondly having slowly become malnourished, it puts your omega 3s and omega 6s ratio out of balance. We need both omegas, but soy has too much omega 6s, which introduces a chronic inflammation in the body.
When your body is fighting a low-grade inflammation all the time – then your body becomes susceptible to immune system problems.

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Luckily my rs4988235 gene mutation is GA, so I can handle lactose, but it is not really good for me either.
Half of the family are GG and I feel sorry for them how they suffer.
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The Minor "A" allele is associated with:
- Can digest milk (AA).
- Likely to be able to digest milk as an adult (GA).
The Major "G" allele is associated with:
- Likely lactose intolerant (GG).

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Diabetes is a big problem also. Many elders suffer from it.
Yes.
Personally - being a blood type B, I have hypoglycaemia, which is opposite of diabetes, but I have to watch that sugar intake just like diabetics.

Have a look at your blood-type diet. It has some truth in it, but then I have to convert it to Paleo.
Like for blood type B oats are supposed to be beneficial, but even certified gluten-free oats clog up my system. And rice has arsenic. So Broccoli-Cauliflower “Rice” it is, tastes good too.

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We do have a Tribal garden which has tickled me pink, since I so
love garden vegies. Store vegies just don't seem like they taste like food
anymore. GMO I guess.
We enjoy growing stuff at home too.
Yeah. Just have to go totally clean with foods.
Luckily where I live, we have got a good farmer’s market. Plenty of organic produce, relatively cheap and clean.

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A new single from my currently favourite band:
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I think we need some heavy metal song for Ancestral Diet also! LOL.

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