Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, autoimmune disease, and lack of care from mainstream medical professionals.
Buyer be very wary - when a medical professional acts confident, that just means they are sure of themselves - it in no way assures accuracy of their information.
I took a day or two off to nap extensively and it helped along with an Epsom salt bath.
This is an helpful post about Multiple Chemical Sensitivity - and it turns out that some people are different - are more sensitive - don’t process chemicals as well and they can impact physical and emotional symptoms.
What I have learned about sharing information about personal differences is that it is better not to do it because people just think you are making it up or being over-sensitive. Avoiding life becomes easier than trying to ask for any special accommodations. I even caught myself being not understanding of Irritable Bowel Syndrome and how someone can find spicy food ‘painful’ - until it happened to me and I found spicy food can be extremely painful and debilitating - leave you worse off for days for having eaten it. Sadly coffee is now in that category for me too - and I am sad and use Excedrin occasionally for the caffeine.
My next writing goal is to combine the Heart Revolution posts into a neater protocol for heart failure.
I get bogged down sometimes in a Why bother? attitude because my work is so suppressed, but it reaches a few people and can help those who put in some effort. It also helps me understand my own health problems better. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity is no fun, for my kids either. For many years I not only avoided the Bath & Bodyworks store at the mall, I would walk on the other side of the mall walkway to be as far away as possible. The laundry aisle in a grocery store is also toxic with chemicals and foods should not really be in the same aisle (have seen in small groceries occasionally.
Hyperinflammation requires figuring out as many triggers as possible and stopping them. Eventually the body may get a little less over-sensitized if health is restored and maintained long enough - that can require taking methly B supplement FOR LIFE. If you can’t make them properly than you need them in the diet and they are called essential nutrients because they are essential for life. It is bizarrely weird that modern medicine primarily uses inactive forms of B12 and folate in supplements and for ‘treatments’ - almost as if actually providing real help is not the goal. Why is cyanide, a deadly toxin, in most one-a-day vitamins as cyanocobalamin? Toxic levels can be reached from cyanocobalamin supplements.
Making step one on a reduce toxic chemicals plan - “Stop using a standard one-a-day supplement.” People and medical professionals and even dietitians tend to have the attitude that everyone will benefit and should be on a one-a-day multi vitamin as step one. What if that Step One, is actually making many people sicker because it contains unmethylated Bs, and/or too much vitamin D or A for their health condition? Any study that starts with or includes “and a standard one-a-day supplement” may have just blown their study results right there.
Both vitamin A and D are hormone like and affect many, MANY, MMMMMMMAAAAAANNNNNNNNNNYYYYYYY genes in the body. Tens of thousands of genes can be turned on or off inappropriately if a person has too much of the active form of vitamin A or D. Just to complicate matters - symptoms of excess active vitamin A or deficiency of inactive vitamin A can look exactly the same, almost.
Take home point - If we don’t want to have heart failure, then we need to have appropriate amounts of vitamin A and D in the active and inactive forms - and not too much of the active forms. We need to have adequate protein to make protein carriers to hold them in the inactive forms so there will be a backstock whenever we are challenged by an infection or toxic chemical. We need to have adequate magnesium for vitamin D metabolism to function and we need adequate phospholipids and protein in order to maintain a backstock store of magnesium outside of the bone matrix. We need adequate vitamin K/K2 for vitamin D to help keep magnesium and calcium in the bone matrix. We need the methyl Bs to make new blood cells that function.
The ankle bone and all of the other bones are connected to the immune system because white blood cells are made within the bone matrix too.
Health seems hard because it is hard - but paying attention to tastes and how you feel afterwards really can educate the body and tongue to guide you towards what your body needs for current replenishment. It might be water and electrolytes, or juicy potassium and structured water rich fresh fruit or a crunchy green salad. Something about cooked cabbage doesn’t suit my gut well, while raw cabbage chopped in a salad has been really hitting the spot for me lately. Vitamin C rich and the structured water juiciness, but less fructose.
I can’t help people who only want help from a doctor because they think only doctors know about health. Good luck to you. Doctors know a lot about medicine and not always much about ‘health’ or how to restore it, maintain it, or protect it.
These mRNA injections are being pushed through for many ‘conditions’ and will likely be dangerous for any as the concept itself is what is dangerous to the body. Our cells were designed to make our own proteins, not to be made into a production facility for a foreign protein - that is what a viral infection is - the body making viral proteins instead of our own. This is insane, truly. The Dr Mengele’s in charge seem to have an overly simplistic view of genetics and/or they really do want to just kill and sterilize people and don’t care about individual harm. Since there are elites suffering jab injuries too, it does seem that they weren’t all protected with saline batches.
The alternative health sites being shared by activists have some helpful information but honestly, are far too basic to truly help autoimmune patients which is what LongCovid is, or Retinoid Toxicity, which also may be what LongCovid, ME/CFS and fibromyalgia are.
It takes money to make a pretty website. It takes accurate information to make a helpful guide for restoring health in a difficult situation.
Here is my not super pretty but HELPFUL Protocol Collation & Therapy Goals guide. (pdf) I plan to finish that in a printable book form, yet also need to sleep and self-care, and care for my parents. I am one person and it would be nice to have help and not just financial support. Proof-reading, feedback - which sections are helpful, which are too confusing? Where is more explainer needed? Where are menu ideas or recipes needed? And please recognize that writing a beautiful recipe is an entire different set of work and skills. Personally I can’t taste anything with ingredients that I can’t use, so I will not be writing any new recipes for food that I can’t taste - except for stuff like the chocolate porridge for my dad. His feedback is what helps me know whether it is any good or not.
I have autoimmune disease and ‘LongCovid’ - I don’t have the energy to make fancy meals for myself, let alone spend my limited time creating pretty things for a blog. I eat beans and rice and salad every day, sometimes quickbreads and pudding too.
My early morning ‘breakfast’ because I woke up hungry - 1/3 cup chopped cabbage, half cup of black bean and canned peas ‘soup’ that was leftover and about a 1/3 cup cold rice (more resistant starch, seems soothing on morning belly), with a spoonful of apple cider vinegar, some nutritional yeast flakes, and sea salt.
I like it. Would it win a recipe contest? No. My parents do eat the bean/pea ‘soup’ okay though. It has onion, garlic, celery, oregano, cumin, coriander, thyme, garlic, pomegranate peel, bay leaves, Gumbo file, and Lion’s Mane mushroom powder. the black beans turned out to be too much oxalates for me and adding the can of sweet peas thinned down the oxalate load enough for me to tolerate it better. A sensitive gut is no fun. Almond butter and coffee are also oxalate sources and I had overdone the combination recently and got sicker for a couple days as a result.
Health isn’t easy and it usually is not caused by a “medication deficiency”. If illness was due to a medication deficiency, then we weren’t we born with bottles of medicine too? Instead we were born with an innate instinct to root for our mother’s breast which provides starches for our symbiotic gut microbiome.
Nature gave us symbionts - not a bottle of medicine. We should appreciate and care for our symbionts as if they are us - because they are.
Until “medicine” stops fighting our symbionts - we will never achieve “health”. Many of our symbionts help us keep inflammation to a moderate level. In balance, they keep each other in check. Pomegranate peel and other phytonutrients help keep them in balance - acting as antimicrobials against negative species and promoting beneficial species.
Western Medicine treats the body as a war ground with a take no prisoners alive attitude. It leaves the patient worse off, far too often.
Step one - listen to your body more than you listen to a stranger in a white coat. They may be a Dr Mengele for all you know.
At least the booster rate has slowed down somewhat - Australian data: 13,795,833 Astra Zenaca jabs given by 26 Oct 2022. Only 14,522 were the fourth or more booster doses. Almost 7 million people are facing a double jabbed future though.
Addition, A comment I wrote:
It is worse than that - The textbooks all need to be discarded and rewritten. Much of medical research is fraudulent and misleading. Nutrient topics are suppressed in medical resources and the medical professionals are trained on the wrong information and wrong tactics - so 'believe' in them very strongly. For-profit model is part of the problem but the decades long 'culling' is part of it too. We are not supposed to know of the health role of iodine, selenium, magnesium, other nutrients, and we are supposed to believe that only a prescription and doctor can help - because everything is so mysterious and nutrient research showed really bad results - fraud and disinfo. Anyone starting the 'new system' needs to be someone who recognizes that medical doctors know misinformation about nutrition. They are not preventive focused, trained, and are really bad at it for those reasons as well as the misguided belief that illness is a lack of medication.
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