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Re: Is Becoming Med Free a Reality? Meltingpot

Posted by bulldog2 on October 21, 2009, at 9:27:55

In reply to Re: Is Becoming Med Free a Reality?, posted by Meltingpot on October 21, 2009, at 7:12:02

> Bleuberry,
> I know we are not supposed to say anything derogatory about another persons opinions and I know you are a very intelligent person and I know that I am going to get barred for saying this sometimes I think you talk utter crap.
> The only thing I agree with you on is in relation to thyroid problems and Adrenal problems.
> Since when has anybody gone from feeling suicidally depressed and anxious and then had their fillings removed and suddenly felt right again?!!! Since when has anybody gone from feeling suicidally depressed and anxiety and then switched to the Atkins diet and felt ok again?.
> It's great that you have been off medication for three years but I think that the fact that you are off them and are not looking for the nearest exit route suggests that you are not that bad.
> Maybe you would say that you are able to manage without medication because you have changed your diet, removed your amalgram fillings and copper pipes from your house and have taken one of the herbs that you have listed but all I can say then is a) that your diet must have been absolutely awful before and b) you are getting some kind of placebo affect from the alternative meds (they do jack sh*t for me) or maybe I'm just jealous.
> But I had to respond because I often get angry when I read your posts and I always have to bite my tongue (in this case fingers).
> Denise


I guess I am going to be barred along with you as I agree with you post. You had the courage to say what I wouldn't say.

By the way over the past year Bleauberry has mentioned trying different ad's and stopping them because of sides I guess. So I guess he is not in remission if he is still trying ad's.

I agree that one should eat the best diet they have time to prepare and exercise. This is only common sense.

On another note I have spent the last 40 years pursuing diet,exercise, vitamins,minerals,amino acids, and many aspects of alternative medicine. I've read books about the latest miracle cures for years. I have spent thousands of dollars on accupuncture,eastern medicine,herbs,lyme's cures etc. Frankly it has not worked. After 40 years I will no longer read any books or spend any more money pursuing the latest theory on how to cure all our health problems.

Some years ago I started going to an alternative health doctor. He told me he had once been on Nardil for depression and it had worked well. Evenetually he married and moved. About a year later I found out that he had fallen into a deep depression and killed himself. This was a shock to me.

If you have years to look and thousands to spend on alternative medicine be my guest. Maybe you'll be luckier than I was. I just don't believe in it any more. To many unsubstantiated claims and often the research is suspect. If I had to do it all over again I would stick with diet and exercise but I would not have done the rest.I just don't believe there are any miracle cures out there.




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