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Date Posted: 07:33:07 07/26/13 Fri
Author: wherly
Subject: Re: Raven Update 7/21/13 - part 3
In reply to: GoodWillTalking 's message, "Raven Update 7/21/13 - part 3" on 14:47:38 07/22/13 Mon

Bee pollen is suppose to really good for you just google it and see if it might help your symptoms. You and john are in my prayers.

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[> [> Re: Raven Update 7/21/13 - part 3 -- Reklat, 06:44:31 07/28/13 Sun [1]

The Alkaline Diet is good for buying time—it is great for anyone actually and fairly easy to stick to. You might recall that Daniel and his companions (Old Testament) asked to be served what was essentially an alkaline diet. It allows a lot of vegetables, especially root crops (radishes, carrots, etc.) You are allowed very little pasta/bread, some grains are restricted, but rye and a few others are permitted in moderation. Dairy is allowed, but no more than 1/8 of the total and not eaten in the same meal as meat. The main idea is to increase you body’s pH so that the other vitamins and nutrients you take can work more effectively. Oddly, lemon and lime juice do this even though they are acids! The only thing that is always a no-no in any amount is alcohol from grain. The only sweetener that is not restricted is stevia. Some local honey is okay if you are fighting pollen allergies. Do a search for details.

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