|Posted on Sunday, November 11, 2001 - 11:14 am: || |
Mike is home until his gall bladder surgery is scheduled, so he will take a few hours this evening to work on the discussion board. He wants to put all the postings up through Oct. 31st into their own searchable section and start a fresh posting section. Hopefully, this will make access to active discussions more efficient. If you go to "main tree", it tells you how many postings we have had and there are thousands!
|Posted on Sunday, March 10, 2002 - 9:29 am: || |
Just got back from a trip where you're glad you can't get to a computer...down in Chaco Canyon in the Southwest. Long trip and long story, BUT, getting back to this site I once again recognize how much this board means to me and many of us. Thank you everyone for your ideas, suggestions, what works-what doesn't; all has helped me tremendously. Going to the nomsg board, which is down again(or is it just my computer?), doubly reminded me how grateful I am to Debby and Mike; they don't play games, there isn't something like political or organizational war going on in the background; there is, instead, continued open response to both new and old 'posters'. And I have faith this site won't suddenly be 'lost' or destroyed leaving hundreds of posters alone. Thank you, Debby and Mike.
|Posted on Sunday, March 10, 2002 - 11:04 am: || |
Right on! Thank you Debby and Mike.
|Posted on Sunday, March 10, 2002 - 1:56 pm: || |
|Posted on Sunday, March 10, 2002 - 2:17 pm: || |
Me too, who faithfully logs on daily even when I don't post..I'm reading and learning.
Was in San Antonio this past week attending a convention and for the first time while away from home, I did not suffer an msg reaction. All because of what I've learned here. Didn't eat much, but also didn't eat anything to hurt me.
Thanks Debby A. and Mike.
You make this world a better place!
|Posted on Monday, March 11, 2002 - 6:57 am: || |
You'll have me teary in a minute here, guys! But thank you, from both of us. We feel the same about all of you...we keep learning great things and because of your interest in helping newcomers, you lighten our load and give lots of hope to others. And I have come to feel that you are my support group, too! I still make mistakes and eat the "junk" and just knowing that there are others daily struggling to maintain like me, well, it makes my life so much better. Thanks to those we have met and those we haven't. You feel like good friends.
|Posted on Monday, March 11, 2002 - 12:51 pm: || |
Gerry, will you send me your current e mail address? One of the newcomers that I have met and who checks in here tried to e mail you and it came back. Thanks.
|Posted on Monday, March 11, 2002 - 6:42 pm: || |
new email address is:
|Posted on Tuesday, March 12, 2002 - 7:20 am: || |
Thanks, Gerry...just sent it to her.
|Posted on Tuesday, March 12, 2002 - 5:20 pm: || |
You are welcome...and we are writing.
|Posted on Wednesday, March 13, 2002 - 10:29 am: || |
My husband goes into a-fibrillation twice a week almost on a predictable time set. I KNOW that it is much better now that I have him(us) on a very strict diet of nomsg. The frequency remains the same but the severity is less. Maybe this is a dumb question - but is there anything in canola oil? I use that to sautee his steak, or vegy's or whatever. Am I still doing something wrong?
Thanks for anybody's help.
|Posted on Wednesday, March 13, 2002 - 2:30 pm: || |
Time for group hug. I am so grateful for you Deb and the rest of you! The good news is that thanks to the info that some of you provided earlier this week, I was able to have a healthy and heated debate with the biochemist with whom I am consulting. He has Dr. Blaylock's book that he owns and has read and John Smart's references about glutamine.(I will share a copy of your book with him at the right time, Deb.) Regardless, he remains firm re the therapeutic benefits of using glutamine for folks who have eliminated all processed foods but still have food and chemical sensitivities. We'll see -- I'll continue to proceed very very slowly and will keep update you folks at a later date. Thank you for everything. P.S. Tom and Gerry - So good to hear of your recent travel with no suffering! P.S.P.S. Pat: Have you tried to do keyword search on "oil" and "canola oil"?
|Posted on Wednesday, March 13, 2002 - 4:32 pm: || |
I seem to remember something questionable about canola oil. I stopped using it, but can't remember why. A good olive oil is safe, I think, and so is butter (no problems for me, so far, with organic salted Cabot brand), though many here have recently had some problems with butter. How about grilling the steak? I don't have one, but does the George Forman grill work without oil? I grill everything outdoors on my B-B-Q, but I live in a very warm climate.
|Posted on Thursday, March 14, 2002 - 12:12 am: || |
I think I read in Dr. Weils' book that he doesn't use Canola oil because "even the birds won't eat it"... and if that is the case, it was good enough evidence for him that it is not a good choice. At least, I think it was Dr. Weils book. Anyone else remember?
|Posted on Thursday, March 14, 2002 - 8:25 am: || |
Thanks a bunch for your info. I went to the web sight for canola oil and found that it was right in that "the birds won't even eat it" BUT that it was good in machinery and stuff. ! ! ! I will try that - and do the butter thing or the grilling thing. Thanks everyone.
|Posted on Thursday, March 14, 2002 - 8:26 am: || |
Check the steak. It could be injected with MSG or tenderizers, such as lactic acid, which is a deriviative of sugar beet hydrolysis. Sugar beets are used to make MSG, along with corn starch and molasses.
|Posted on Thursday, March 14, 2002 - 8:27 am: || |
A huge hug back at you, MEMorris!... and to my other friends here. Have a great day, all of you.
|Posted on Thursday, March 14, 2002 - 8:52 am: || |
Thought you might all enjoy this. My husband is putting together a new cement mixed (the small kind that is used for individual use ) and here is a quote "Before use make certain oil cup has been filled with clean unused vegetable oil. Oils such as CANOLA OR CORN OIL are also reommended!
Have a great day all of you ( smile ) !
|Posted on Thursday, March 14, 2002 - 11:10 am: || |
I think I recall that canola oil is made from the rape seed? and rape seeds are poisonous. (Not sure about the spelling of rape seed.)
|Posted on Thursday, March 14, 2002 - 1:07 pm: || |
Yes, most of the canola or rapeseed oil is from Canadian sources(thus, the name, canola oil). There was some article in the news about the Canadians paying the FDA a humongous amount of money to get the oil approved for consumption. I don't know all the details or if the report was valid. It is supposed to be genetically modified so as not to cause humans illness like rapeseed causes illness to any animals that eat it...which in nature they tend to avoid....again smarter than we are...just like the insects that won't touch AuxiGro treated produce!
|Posted on Thursday, March 14, 2002 - 1:20 pm: || |
Thanks for everything. My research says that the FDA paid $50 million to have rape seed registered and recognized as "safe". Now ain't that a sum of money though! ! ! !
|Posted on Saturday, March 16, 2002 - 8:00 pm: || |
The other discussion board may seem to be down, but its content (none new) is still available using their "topics" header:
|Posted on Sunday, March 17, 2002 - 8:22 am: || |
Ahha! What a shame that they are down again and there is no sense that anyone is working on the problem....
|Posted on Tuesday, March 19, 2002 - 5:54 am: || |
My daughter bought me the George Foreman grill for Christmas and it works great. A little bit of work to clean it up afterwards. But I cook my meats on the rare side so it doesn't get too cooked on. I too usually prefer the outdoor grill and only use this one when the outdoor temps or weather dictate.
I used to buy my meat via "Market Day". The meat was good portions, less fatty and indiviually vacum sealed. Over time, the portions got smaller, more fat & grizzle and seemed pre-seasoned. We went back to our favorite butcher shop where the meat doesn't seem injected or treated. Recently we tried some bulk steaks from Sam's Club (while I was there getting my CoQ10). Good value -- great taste and no reactions.
|Posted on Tuesday, March 19, 2002 - 1:49 pm: || |
Thanks for the note. I now have a "Georgie" in my kitchen also. It has been working quite well. Sorry to hear that you had trouble eating out in Florida - it's really TOUGH. Wish they would quite hiding the #$%^&* stuff ! ! !
|Posted on Tuesday, March 19, 2002 - 3:53 pm: || |
They've fixed the problem. NoMSG's discussion board is back up and running again:
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