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  1. Just my 2 cents... My 77 year old father was diagnosed with type 2 about a year ago. He swears by garlic for internal health. Walks a mile a day even though he has no abdominal muscles. He became diabetic after our car accident three years ago and was sedentary for quite some time. When he was diagnosed he immediately changed his diet to the "no white diet". This was his go to diet most of his life if he needed to drop a few pounds. He lost 20 pounds within 2 months. Within 5 months of being diagnosed, his blood sugar levels were almost normal. He went to a dietitian and found out what fruits and veges not to eat and which to eat in moderation. He needed to see a professional because of the way he was raised to look at food. Being a southern guy that grew up on a farm, there was a common misconception that those calorie and carb rich meals were ok because you were going to work it off during the day. The overwhelming amount of information on the internet didn't help, it was just confusing. He didn't have bad eating habits he just thought that three square meals a day and an early evening treat was ok. Just because you use natural and raw foods does not mean that they are healthy for your diet as some fruits and veges that you would think are great for you actually metabolize into sugar. That little bit of information was what helped him the most. Understanding the way foods, starches, carbs, sugars etc react inside your body. He walks daily, checks his blood sugar two times per day and keeps his diet in check as to allow for that little sweet treat that he occasionally allows himself. Not everyone is the same when dealing with Diabetes. We all metabolize differently. What works for someone else may not work for you. If trying different foods or juices, check your blood sugar afterwards to get a true reading on it. You must do your homework on the foods that you are eating and how they are truly affecting you to help you overcome.
  2. @olderbytheday I had forgotten about my old e-cig. Been a couple of years since I have used it but did cut back a lot when I did. Will give that a try again. Even the juice with no nicotine seems to help with the craving of a real cig. @Ukshep Thanks. I will check out the recording. I also have a some recordings for self hypnosis that I had started a few years ago. They were pretty relaxing. Only used them for a week or so then got involved in a car accident and totally gave up on quitting smoking as my stress level was thru the roof! @NowServingNumber52 Thank you for the info. I will definately be researching more into that today. I love herbal remedies! The hubby and I will be starting the Cream Of Tartar/Orange Juice remedy tonight. Will be starting out at half the dose for a couple of days to make sure there are no adverse reactions with the very high amounts of potassium. This process could take up to 30 days. The premise of this method is that it makes the cigarettes taste so bad that you loose your craving for them as it is also doing some cleaning of your lungs. This is what my problem with the addiction is, I love the taste of a good cig. Ill keep ya posted on any reactions, good or bad, as I go thru the process. The desire for change and growth is here so please send positive vibes or a little prayer my way for strength, persistence and all around badassery for getting over this addiction!
  3. @Kral That was awesome! I like that guy. Gonna spend a lot of time this weekend checking out what he has to say in his other videos. Very informative and very to the point!
  4. Was about to look up a recipe for making that. Thanks for posting! Happy St Patrick's Day!
  5. So I have been looking into remedies that will help me with my craving of cigarettes. I currently smoke American Spirit cigs. Occasionally I smoke all natural, unprocessed, pure leaf tobacco. I love the flavor of a good cig. I would compare it to how some folks love the taste of a fine wine, a small batch brewed beer, good homemade pie. Seriously, it is kinda like that. The cream of tartar and orange juice method sounds interesting. Have any of you ever tried it or know of someone that has? Or do you know of any herbal remedies that could help with the craving? Some linkies for your reading pleasure, if you are interested: http://www.wikihow.com/Quit-Smoking-With-Cream-of-Tartar https://dailyhealthpost.com/cream-tartar-benefits/ http://www.justnaturalremedies.com/mix-orange-juice-flush-nicotine-body-5-04/ Please no "smartypants" comments. I'm seeking insight, advice and words of wisdom from others. I am fully aware that cigs are bad for me. Big hugs! Appreciate your time!
  6. @LuckyBolt Just wondering, How long have you been using the diatomaceous earth? I started taking it about two weeks ago. Not sure how ling to take it because seeing conflicting information on long term therapy. I decided to go with it because I have a couple of ulcers and roseacea. Pretty much already had the ulcers under control but couldnt calm down the skin issue. The diatomaceous earth is working! Amazing stuff!!
  7. Aw someone's playing with their emojis.😃 These are some of my fav's. 😳😲😔😣😖😩😢 🤢😷☠️ And this one 🤓, because it resembles me. wait.. what's this thread about?
  8. YES! Got to go to his site now and see if he's playing anywhere near me! Love his music. Never been to one of his concerts. My faves are dying off quickly in the last few years so time to get off my arse and go watch em.
  9. Was looking at it last night! Strange. Alot brighter in the last couple of months. Last night it looked like it had a red or orange glow above the top. Almost like another something was almost touching it. Definately looked odd in shape.
  10. I jokingly mentioned this "Day without Women" to my boss this morning. He didnt have much to say and walked into his office. A few minutes later, maybe about 9:15 am, he walks back to my desk with a bottle of tequila and two cups for me and him. This tequila has been on his desk for the five years that i have been working for him, unbroken seal. I asked, "whats the occasion"? He said, "you know I appreciate you and if you need to take the day off, go ahead". So we chatted for about 45 minutes and had a few shots. So now here I sit at my desk at 10:15 am on a Wednesday with quite the buzz knowing that my boss cares for me and the work I do for him. (and he also buys some damn fine tequila) This morning before leaving for work my hubby whipped up some scrambled eggs and toast for us for a quick breakfast. He also put my vitamins on the counter by my car keys to remind me to take them. He didnt know that it was a day of show for women's solidarity . He shows me how important I am, everyday. If you surround yourself with people, at work and in your personal life, that truly give a sh*t about you then you dont have to worry about taking a stand to be heard. They already know. Its called respect. Whew! Its gonna be a long day!
  11. Same here. Awesome vision. Bad everything else!
  12. It is probably the hardest thing that I have ever dealt with! Growing up and living most of my adult life in a very small town, I was fortunate to be close to people that I knew wouldn't take advantage of my nature and empathy. Maybe a time or two I had to cut off friendly ties with someone because they were sucking the life from me. For the past 13 years I have tried to make friends but they have been such surface relationships that I parted ways with them. They just wanted to talk and me to listen. I now am a 46 year old woman with NO friends or acquaintances, other than my husband and immediate family. I have a large family but they do not live close to me. My husband finds it strange that I do not feel the need to be around others. I find it soothing to not be. The negative energy that I feel when in public is simply spirit stifling to me. An occasional short conversation with a stranger in the grocery store or chatting with my beautician every 2 months, is enough interaction for me. I used to be the person that people wanted to talk to. Even ones that didnt know me would just start spilling their problems out during conversation. Of course, i always offered good advice. Most of my words fell on deaf ears and I would be left feeling physically sick from the energy. So many people are just looking for someone to vent their problems to and are not looking for the real solutions to their problems. I still feel drawn to people that I can tell are hurting but I dont dare strike up a deep conversation. I reserve myself for family and loved ones now. I must! I have always been a bit of an introvert but now am "full blown"! Thats actually why I joined this site. So that I could get some interaction but not be constricted or obligated. It has actually helped me alot! Anyway.....be cautious of what of yourself you give and allow others to take.
  13. Recently the news stated that there were 2 previously unknown fault lines in Fayetteville Ar. About 5 miles south of me. I had never felt an earthquake until the one struck Pawnee OK last year. There were so many small quakes happening on a daily basis. When they put the short term ban on fracking at several sites, the amount of quakes per day dramatically went down. Just my opinion, I would think that just the fact that they were reduced makes a GIANT statement as to the activity that fracking is causing in Oklahoma.
  14. Love the gif of that dog! Seeing that could brighten even the gloomiest of moods! Adorable!!!