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  1. Re: Essential Glutathione: The Mother of All Antioxidants

    Glutathione, or glutathione precursors, especially NAC, when had in excess on a regular basis, and I am sorry it isn't any more exact than that, frequently called "glutathione detox" or "NAC detox"....
  2. Re: The Real Benefits Of Lemon Water According To Science

    I always carve the lemon meat out of it's skin by cutting it out because of the possible contaminants/insecticides in its skin. Lemons are great for our bodies. First off, it's a natural diurectic...
  3. Re: 5 Health Benefits Of Apple Cider Vinegar (And A Few Duds)

    I'm a big fan. But has to be the Braggs Organic brand.


    I use it if I'm starting to feel symptoms of being run-down and it usually does the trick. The way I should be taking it is with a squeeze...
  4. Re: Japan to start releasing treated Fukushima water into sea in 2 years

    China worried with the health of its citizens: Because polluted air over metropolitan cities in China has no impact on human health...
  5. Re: Do You Really Need To Drink 8 Glasses Of Water A Day?

    From what I read this was for soldier marching in hot conditions and that it is way too much for the average person. If your pee is light yellow your doing fine, if it is dark your not getting enough...
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    Re: How the Oxford-AstraZeneca Vaccine Work

    I decided to take AstraZeneca vaccine instead because I find it the safest vaccine for my condition. Are you ladies open for taking vaccine? If yes, do you have any preference?
  7. Re: 6 BodilyTissues That Can Be Regenerated Through Nutrition

    That is why I drink Ginger tea everyday, it packs with lots of benefits especially the subsctance Curcumin. As said in the article, Curcumin is the obvious compound there that contributes to the...
  8. Thread: Dad Joke

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    Re: Dad Joke

    That's a good one! :D

    Why do you never see elephants hiding in trees?

    Because they're so good at it!
  9. Thread: Hi

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    Re: Hi

    Oh wow! That's to be honest, surprising to know but your very fortunate to not have use insulin for even once.

    I'm sure to myself that I'm not one of them you speak of. But I do feel that there's...
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    Re: Looking for some pandemic advice

    When you start to feel sorry for yourself and feel the buildup of anxiety, try to acknowledge and know the difference between your emotions and your actual reality(rational mind). Meditate and try...
  11. Re: Microbes In The Gut Could Be Protective Against Hazardous Radiation Exposure

    Well I'm glad I took my way on this forum for some good reads. I'd definitely looking forward for that upgrade Islander, it may also be just what you need to bring lots of people here too maybe.
  12. Re: Is The Sugar Substitute Stevia Bad For Our Health?

    I'm using this too but not tooo much, maybe a few times in a month. And I love the Christmas gift you got from your SIL. Way tricky!
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    Re: Supplement Doomsday Coming?

    Signed on it. Any update on this?
  14. Thread: Jar Opener

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    Re: Jar Opener

    Can't argue with that. I too have my own kitchen-used channel wrench ready for tight lids!
  15. Thread: Hi

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    Re: Hi

    Hi, thank you Maurya!



    Thank you and no worries. Well, I wish someone here with T1 could share their experience too but I've read in a post here about your journey fighting T2, I'm really...
  16. Thread: Jar Opener

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    Re: Jar Opener

    You're a strong woman. :D
  17. Re: Microbes In The Gut Could Be Protective Against Hazardous Radiation Exposure

    This is good news for cancer patients. There are lots of good articles here on this forum. Just wow.
  18. Thread: Surgery

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    Re: Surgery

    I laughed a tad reading this. I wonder if new Doctors say this in their minds in their first ever surgery. That would be scary for the patient.
  19. Thread: Hi

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    Re: Hi

    Thank you Julieanne! I sure hope to, and yes I'm taking medications. Just to share here what I have been using. I have a Paradigm pump so all of the sets I've used have been Minimed's with the...
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    Re: My March 16, 2020 A1c

    I see your results to very inspiring Islander, how is it going right now? Were you still able to maintain that low? I wish you well! :)
  21. Re: Which Are The Best Bedtime Snacks For Diabetes?

    One thing I'm thankful about my diet is that I can still eat my favorite snack Popcorn. It's my most favorite snack of all time. :o
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    Re: How the Oxford-AstraZeneca Vaccine Work

    I've read somewhere (maybe in other forum) that some people prefer the use of Oxford vaccine than of Moderna, I wonder why? I haven't seen any news lately about Moderna vaccine.
  23. Thread: Hi

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    Hi

    My name is James(well that's my preferred name, but that's another story for another time) and I am 41 years old. I was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes in January 2006. So I've been living with...
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