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  Terrill128
  Topic Post Date: 6/22/2024
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Diverticulitis flare-up
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Malcolm: Alternative to BRAT would be a carnivore diet. Check into it.
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Ask Me Anything: Open Discussion with Dr. Davis (240619)
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  Dana & Mike
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Need Advice on Burning & acid reflux
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Dana & Mike: Thank you Lori.
Have a great weekend.
Posted: 6/22/2024

Lori_Miller: Carrageenan put me in an ambulance.
https://relievemypain.blogspot.com/2012/06/carrageenan-sickening-thickener-is-it.html

Konjac root and xanthan gum don’t seem to bother me.
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  HeartHawk
  Topic Post Date: 5/30/2024
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Vibration Plates in Health and Fitness
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Dr. Davis: While I’ve become a fan of vibration plates, I would be highly skeptical that beneficial effects would apply to Addison’s disease, Keith. 
Posted: 6/22/2024

KeithM: Thanks Kathy. We’ll search Pubmed 
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IHB: Some crazy unique yogurts
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tatiana: How would you extract the DE 11 strain of B subtilis you would need to make the Dirt Yogurt?  Would you just use 2 Tablespoons of VitaLife Kombucha? 
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  tatiana
  Topic Post Date: 6/21/2024
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tatiana: Sorry, could you explain the term, "MAC"?
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Vitamin D Quick Reference

Vitamin D Quick Reference Vitamin D₃ Quick Reference

Page edition: 2024-05-13
Note: although this basenote is publicly-visible, some links and responses may be IC members-only.


Context

Vitamin D is a core program supplement. Unless you are under 40, live near the equator, spend most of your daytime outdoors, year-round, with extensive skin exposure (i.e. live an ancestral lifestyle), your vitamin D levels are very likely suboptimal.

Contents

Overall context for this topic
🛈 General information
⦿  Program target
Cautions
Supplement considerations
🛒  Supplement suggestions
🧪  Testing considerations

General Information

The need for vitamin D has been part of the program, going back at least a decade, and is extensively discussed in these books and program materials (page numbers shown for U.S. print editions):
📖 Wheat Belly Total Health (2014): page 175
📖 Undoctored (2017) page 272
📖 Wheat Belly Revised & Expanded (2019) page 243
📖 Super Gut (2022) page 160
🖵🗏 The Crucial Role of Vitamin D (members)
🅑 WBB: Autoimmune diseases and vitamin D (members)
🅑 WBB: Vitamin D: Get the timing right (members)
🅑 WBB: 10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Vitamin D: Essential Info During a Pandemic (members)
🅑 WBB: Vitamin D: What is the best form? (members)
🅑 WBB: Vitamin D and Immunity (members)
🅑 WBB: Why sun exposure may NOT be a reliable way to obtain vitamin D (public)
🅑 WBB: Common misconceptions surrounding vitamin D (public)
🅑 WBB: What are the symptoms of vitamin D deficiency? (public)
🅑 WBB: Ten rules to get your vitamin D just right (public)
🅑 WBB: How important is Vitamin D? (public)
🅑 WBB: DIY vitamin D (public)
🅑 WBB: Is Vitamin D Deficiency the Rule, rather Than the Exception? (public)⇱ Return to ToC

Program Vitamin D Target

Program target is based on a periodic blood test; a 25-hydroxy vitamin D level of:
  60 to 70 ng/mL (150-180 nmol/L)
See ⇩Testing considerations below for more information.
Note that consensus nutrition is only slowly catching up. The program’s lower limit usually requires Vitamin D intake well above common official guidelines. Although the guidelines doubled a few years ago, from 10µg (400 IU) to 20µg (800 IU), they are still usually sub-optimal.
Note also that FDA labelling standards shifted from IU to µg (mcg) in 2020.

The program target usually requires a vitamin D supplement, often in the range 150 µg±100µg (6000 IU±4000 IU). This is about 7.5× common RDAs. Another rule of thumb for a starting portion is 1µg (40 IU) per pound of body weight, or 2.2µg (88 IU) per kg.

Individual requirements vary with age, situation and season, so getting tested is strongly encouraged.⇱ Return to ToC

Cautions

Response to vitamin D is an inverted U-curve ∩, with benefits dropping off above and below target titer. This is why testing is needed to determine what’s optimal for you.

At extremely high values, there is some risk of Hypervitaminosis D. Supplementation above 250 µg (10,000 IU) is not something to guess at. That said, people starting the program with a high BMI are apt to need more D₃ to hit program 25OH-D3 target, and then less over time as weight is lost.

Vitamin D supplementation may be contraindicated in granulomatous disorders, such as sarcoidosis.

Tanning salons may be completely ineffective at stimulating vitamin D.⇱ Return to ToC

Supplement considerations

Supplement form

The molecular form of vitamin D to supplement is D₃ (cholecalciferol), and not D₂ (ergocalciferol).

The supplement formulation to use is oil-based (and not dry, such as tablet). Gel caps are fine, as are liquid drops. Don’t worry about any incidental D₃ in any tablets you might be taking, but also don’t expect it to be well absorbed Again, testing settles this question.

Thousands of IUs are still just low hundreds of micrograms (µg) of actual D₃, so the overall product formulation must be carefully considered

Store your D₃ supplement out of sunlight. Refrigeration is fine.

Portion timing

Take D₃ supplements early in the morning, to mimic the circadian effect of sunlight. Avoid taking D₃ in the evening or at night, as it may disrupt sleep.

Depending on your situation, seasonal dose adjustment could be appropriate:
🖵🗏 Should I Take Vitamin D Year Round? (members)

Portion adjustment

The general rule of thumb for D₃ supplementation adjustment is:
  2.5 µg/ng/ml (1 µg/nmol/L)
  100 IU/ng/ml (40 IU/nmol/L)
So if your 25OH test came back at 40 ng/ml at the start of your program, and using the middle of the target range ((60+70)÷2)=65 as a goal, you might increase your vitamin D supplementation by:
  2.5×(65-40) = +62.5 µg
  100×(65-40) = +2500 IU

See Testing for more information on dose adjustment.⇱ Return to ToC

Supplement suggestions

For the cautious buyer, subscription site /℄\ConsumerLab.com periodically tests Vitamin D supplements.

Check ingredients. In a stand-alone D₃ gelcap, coconut, or MCT oil are fine. While a credible olive oil would be acceptable, the problem is the ‘credible’ bit. A high-oleic sunflower or safflower oil might be a safer bet. Junk oils like soybean, corn, peanut (or other grain or legume) are distressingly common in oil-based products, and indicate formulators who are either clueless, or not terribly concerned about your health. Entirely avoid relying on tablets and dry capsules (absorption issue). Most vitamin D liquid (drop) product are fine, if they use otherwise acceptable ingredients.

Because fish oil is also a core supplement in the program, using a fish oil product that contains D₃ is an interesting option. This normally means having two forms of that fish oil on hand, one with D₃, and the other without, due both to dose ratios, and wanting to spread the fish oil across the day. These two Sam’s Club Members Mark products may work for you:
⎆600mg Omega-3 from Fish Oil with 50 mcg Vitamin D3 Softgels
(540 mg DHA+EPA, 2000 IU D₃ per capsule)
⎆Triple Strength Fish Oil Softgels
(900 mg DHA+EPA per capsule)
Similar products may be available from
⎆Nordic Naturals
(275mg EPA+HDA, 12.5µg/500 IU D₃ per softgel).⇱ Return to ToC

Testing considerations

Test details

Test Name Target Value Range
(See cell footnote for target value references)
Further Information
 
25-hydroxy vitamin D
(CPT Code 82306)
60 to 70 ng/mL
(150-180 nmol/L)¹
1. 🖵🗏The Crucial Role of Vitamin D
Do not get the 1,25-dihydroxy vitamin D test (CPT Code 82652). It is often necessary to be quite clear about which test, or you’re at some risk of getting the 1,25 test.

If this test isn’t routinely covered by your carrier, it’s often cheaper to obtain it on your own, nanny state permitting, from a walk-in lab, perhaps via a LifeExtension order, or via a home 🌢ZRT Test Kit.
Self-directed price range: US$30.00-83.00

Test day considerations

Fasting status: It is not necessary to test D₃ fasting.
Day’s D supplement: may be taken before or after draw
Time of day for test: anytime

Re-Test timing

After a supplement dose adjustment, wait ⎆at least 21 days before re-test. Re-testing every 2-3 years is reasonable.⇱ Return to ToC


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xtronics: Not just vit-D  - get some sun..

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MLBmO5LJqmA
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  Dave Davenport
  Topic Post Date: 6/18/2024
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Super Gut
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Dave Davenport: Hey Dusty,
Thanks for your input - we are all learning as we go.

Dave
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  xtronics
  Topic Post Date: 2/27/2023
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A few Seed oil links
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xtronics: Good debates
https://tuckergoodrich.substack.com/p/ep-23-ep-23-doctors-should-tell-patients
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  Topic Post Date: 12/2/2023
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Magnesium and Potassium Prevented Atrial Fibrillation
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  Veediva
  Topic Post Date: 6/20/2024
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  Bob Niland
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DIY MoM for Mg Water

Do-It-Yourself Milk of Magnesia (MoM)

Page Edition: 2023-07-17

Introduction

MoM was originally just a suspension of magnesium hydroxide (a laxative) in filtered water. The program Magnesium Water recipe uses CO₂ (from carbonation) to convert the hydroxide to bicarbonate. The Mg bicarb reaction transforms this 🧻 laxative to a highly-absorbable periodic table element cell: Magnesium Mg mineral supplement:
Mg(OH)₂ + 2 CO₂ → Mg(HCO₃)₂

In 2018, retail MoM in the U.S. market began showing up with sodium hypochlorite (bleach) in the Ingredients list. Now 5+ years on, unadulterated MoM has vanished, and it doesn’t appear that this situation is going to change. Bleached MoM is unsuitable for making magnesium water (nor, frankly, would I employ it for its labeled use, due to its likely antiseptic effects on gut flora).

If you still have any unadulterated MoM, check the expiration date, and if lapsed, discard the product. See the ⇩final discussion below for the apparent back-story of how things ended up this way.

Mg Water Ingredient Choices Today

Although you can’t get clean MoM anymore, you can get simple Mg hydroxide powder. With it, you can either:

  1. ⇩make your own MoM, or
  2. ⇩just add it more-or-less directly to carbonated {seltzer} water.

The challenges with Mg hydroxide powder are that:

  • a single day’s portion of it is merely 1.08 gram (450 mg of Mg), which is too low a weight for typical kitchen scales,
     
  • the density of the powders varies, so the package portioning amount (cc or tsp.) isn’t sufficiently reliable for practical use with kitchen measuring spoons, and
     
  • even if the daily amount volume was reliable, at ~⅓ tsp., it’s very hard to measure precisely by volume.

Product Sourcing

What is required for DIY MoM is food grade magnesium hydroxide powder. It must be only Mg hydroxide with no other ingredients, flow agents or preservative. Topical or bath forms of Mg are unsuitable. All other forms of Mg supplements (e.g. citrate, malate, glycinate, etc.) are unsuitable for making Mg-water (those you consume directly).

You are unlikely to find Mg hydroxide at retail, or at on-line food resellers. In some countries, it can be hard to find, period. Check with a local chemist or pharmacist. Beware of buying Mg hydroxide from on-line “maketplace” sites, as it’s expensive enough to attract counterfeiters who take advantage of the SKU co-mingling defect in the marketplace model.

Ordering directly from the brand might be ideal. Although it may be a bit more expensive than at a reseller site, the cost per portion is trivial: a 1 kg bag will serve a single person for 2½ years. Seek a brand that offers COAs. The numbers to check on the COA are lead (Pb), cadmium (Cd) and arsenic (As). If any of these are unreported, that may not be mere oversight. You may need to have your bag in-hand to request a COA, but you’ll then get a COA specific to the lot. As member reports about COAs arrive, some brand biasing may emerge.

In the U.S, there are multiple brands offering suitable products. Perhaps the top two in use by members are:
⎆PureBulk® Magnesium Hydroxide
⎆BULK SUPPLEMENTS.com® Magnesium Hydroxide

DIY MoM

This approach allows ⎆the program recipe (3 tbsp. MoM in 2 liters of seltzer) to keep working, and does so by employing larger amounts of Mg hydroxide powder, that are practical to measure.

You will need:
🥛 one or more containers of known volume
⚖ a scale accurate to the nearest gram
🌢 a source of filtered or distilled water. Tap water usually has serious problems.

The amount of Mg hydroxide powder needed to make MoM depends on the volume of water. Retail MoM is 1200 mg of Mg hydroxide per 15 mL water (~1500 mg of  periodic table element cell: Magnesium elemental magnesium in 3 tbsp. or 45 mL of MoM, used to make 2L Mg-water).

DIY MoM Amounts
Volume Mg hydroxide
1 U.S. pint (473mL) 38 grams
1 U.S. quart (946mL) 76 grams
1 litre 80 grams
2 litres 160 grams

Add the measured amount of the Mg hydroxide powder to the container. Fill with filtered or distilled water to the level for the target volume. Cap and shake well. It may take some time for all the clumps of hydroxide to break up. Store in refrigerator until needed. There is no preservative, so this suspension is at some risk of contamination.

Shake well before use. This is a suspension, not a solution. Make Mg-water per program recipe, using this home-made MoM.

Direct to Mg-Water

You will need:
⚖‍‰    a gram scale accurate to the nearest 10 milligrams (0.010 grams)
🍾‍🫧 carbonated filtered water (seltzer) or a home carbonator and a source of filtered or distilled water. Do not use sweetened, flavored, colorized, mineral or otherwise fortified sparkling waters. 
🌢  a source of filtered or distilled water if you need to make a MoM slurry.

 

Direct to Mg-Water Amounts
Volume Mg
hydroxide
MoM Slurry
Water
Elemental Mg
in Volume
1 U.S. pint (473mL) 0.85 grams ¾ tbsp. (2+ tsp.) periodic table element cell: Magnesium 354 mg
620 mL* 1.1 grams 1 tbsp. (3 tsp.) periodic table element cell: Magnesium 458 mg
1 U.S. quart (946mL) 1.7 grams 1½ tbsp. (4 tsp.) periodic table element cell: Magnesium 708 mg
1 litre 1.8 grams 1½ tbsp. (5 tsp.) periodic table element cell: Magnesium 750 mg
2 litres 3.6 grams 3 tbsp. (9 tsp.) periodic table element cell: Magnesium 1500 mg
* this is the size of the smaller sodastream brand glass carafes.

 

Note: ⇛⌛⇚
Regardless of how made, the Mg-water process is a non-trivially hypobaric (negative pressure) physical chemistry reaction. If using a glass bottle, the cap may be hard to remove. If using a polymer bottle, it is likely to dimple, weakening it over time. If using a single-use retail seltzer bottle, the dimpling may be of no real consequence.

If you are doing your own carbonation, ignore the Slurry column. You can add the table amount of Mg hydroxide directly to the filtered water, shake well, carbonate, cap, shake again, and allow 20 minutes or so to react.

If you are not doing your own carbonation, and are using pre-carbonated water (seltzer), adding the powder directly to seltzer starts a spitty irregular immediate reaction. So make a single portion of MoM by first mixing the shown amount of Mg hydroxide powder with the shown amount of slurry water, in a separate small container. Shake well, then pour into the seltzer. Cap, shake, and let react for at least 20 minutes.

Why Bleach?

Why is the sodium hypochlorite in current MoM products?

I have several bottles of now-expired pre-bleach MoM, and they have this interesting statement under
Other Information
■ does not meet USP requirements for preservative effectiveness

Current products omit this advisory.

Back in the 2010s, there were at least two instances of recalls of contaminated MoM … and two of these were for professional unit-dose MoMs intended for clinical use. Here’s a ⎆forum mention of one of those cases. Clearly there is potential liability here that the MoM industry would like to shoo away, particularly for multiple-use containers of MoM.

Further, the usual customer for MoM is someone on a standard diet, with constipation, and thus almost certainly with SIBO. An antiseptic added to the MoM is likely to clobber {all} microbes in the GI tract. For the usual customer this might actually knock down the SIBO a bit {along with any beneficial microbes}. If so, the MoM producers could even possess trial data that let them cluelessly conclude that the bleach made the product both safer and more effective.🙄

If these observations and conjectures are correct, don’t expect a suitable MoM to return to store shelves anytime soon.
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Bob Niland [⎆disclosures] [⎆topics] [⎆abbreviations]


LilSuz: Thanks Bob! Just used one of the suppliers you recommended. Much appreciated!
Posted: 6/21/2024

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Mozzy: I wonder if anyone on here has been successful in finding a source of the proper Milk of Magnesium (flavorless and with no bleach) and would care to share that source with the rest of us?
Posted: 12/26/2023


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2024-06-24 (Wed) 7:00PM CDT (01:00 UTC) Vmeet: Preserving Cognitive Health: Heavy Metal Exposure
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  xtronics
  Topic Post Date: 3/22/2020
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Relative risks - Coronavirus
Not understanding the attention gap  ... tell me where I am wrong ..

Corona virus - peek (so far) about 50-deaths/day
Car accidents - about -- 100/day  ( all age groups )
Death due to lead exposure  1095/day ( mostly older )

Lancet paper says something like number one cause of early death could well be lead exposure - low levels matter..

The paper says :

"Although we cannot exclude residual confounding, we estimate that about 400 000 deaths are attributable to lead exposure every year in the USA, of which 250 000 are from cardiovascular disease. Concentrations of lead in blood lower than 5 μg/dL (<0·24 μmol/L) are an important, but largely ignored, risk factor for death in the USA, particularly from cardiovascular disease."

"Our findings suggest that, of 2·3 million deaths every year in the USA, about 400 000 are attributable to lead exposure, an estimate that is about ten times larger than the current one."

So my take is 400,000 deaths a year is more important than the coronavirus by - how do I say this? -- A WHOLE LOT !!!  ...

https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lanpub/article/PIIS2468-2667(18)30025-2/fulltext

,.,.,.
Those wanting to reduce their risk might want to consider BG and fattyacids..

http://high-fat-nutrition.blogspot.com/2020/03/ards-and-linoleic-acid.html
http://high-fat-nutrition.blogspot.com/2020/03/cell-surface-oxygen-consumption-4.html

( I have not had influenza after I started low-carb - many many years ago... )
,.,.

Also - might be a link with people taking ace inhibitors and NSAIDs -- too soon to tell (I’ve said before that NSAIDs are not as safe as people think - I would only take a fever reducer if I had a fever over 103.5 - but then I might just do cold compresses..):

https://drmalcolmkendrick.org/2020/03/18/coronavirus-covid-19/

https://drmalcolmkendrick.org/2020/03/22/covid-19-update/


xtronics: Slowly - very slowly - the truth leaks out:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8PLxWrDL4LE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V81jo5W35Zk
Posted: 6/20/2024

Lori_Miller: I’m surprised Indiana isn’t on the list. Our AG is suing someone every five minutes.
Posted: 6/19/2024

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L. Helveticus and B. Longum Yogurt: IC Recipe Discussion Thread
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  saronoff
  Topic Post Date: 5/11/2024
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Bacillus Coagulans Yogurt Question
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Dr. Davis: Let me add that the excipients are diluted in the first batch, virtually gone in subsequent batches. 

While I wish they would stop adding these unnecessary ingredients, they do not materially impact your yogurts nor your health.
Posted: 5/12/2024

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2024-06-19: AMA: Open Program Discussion with Dr. Davis {collateral pending}
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  Neatah
  Topic Post Date: 6/11/2024
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General Yogurt Questions
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  HeartHawk
  Topic Post Date: 7/4/2023
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Microbiome Master Class Preview
To All:

Members can preview Dr. Davis’s extensive new Microbiome Master Class in advance of its general release later this month.  It is largely complete with the exception of several introductory videos which are under development.

Here is a direct link: Microbiome Master Class.  It may also be accessed under the "Program Resources" main menu item.

The Microbiome Master Class contains over 70 lessons, reference pages, and appendices and is easily the most comprehensive course on theory, fundamentals, and practical applications of the human microbiome available today. Feel free to address any issues related to this course on this Forum thread.

When complete, it will be offered to the general public in the $750-$1000 price range but will remain available at no charge to all Inner Circle Members. Also note that, due to its lengthy, in depth, and comprehensive nature, it is being released in a sequential manner in which successive lessons are not available until the previous lesson has been completed (often with an up to 7-day waiting period until the next lesson is available).  More information on the mechanics of the Microbiome Master Class is available by clicking the "Click Here for more help" link found near the top of the course navigation column.

HH

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IHB: Make your own Bacillus subtilis probiotic
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LilSuz: Great experiment Bob! I wondered what would happen if you used Kombucha as starter for yogurt. You are an amazing Scientist!
Posted: 6/18/2024


  Kakalaka
  Topic Post Date: 6/5/2024
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Water filter question
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Learning about microbes: Dan 2341,

Which water samples did you test for microplastics? What were the test results?

I thank you in advance for your reply.

Melanie Marsh Glen
Posted: 6/11/2024


  mark5309
  Topic Post Date: 6/19/2024
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Latest posts still not populating in search function
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Lori_Miller: As Bob Niland mentioned to you earlier, go to forum full view and click on My Replies or My Topics.

I have a guide to the site on my YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/2A-HWF9v8ag?si=1_NoOlzsqXlJ_P-F
Posted: 6/19/2024


  camsi
  Topic Post Date: 6/18/2024
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Made progurt with Bacillus subtilis, HU58 - yum!!
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LilSuz: Looks great Camsi! Since Barbie says it smelled like cheese, I’m wondering if it would make a good salad dressing too?
Posted: 6/19/2024


  mark5309
  Topic Post Date: 6/11/2024
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Warning light update - steady increase in a1c, hsCRP, BP
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  Jibby
  Topic Post Date: 6/18/2024
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blood clots
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Malcolm: I am aware Dr. Davis is not fond of these products.

But lots of people are. 

Including my wife who started to experience considerable relief from peripheral artery disease about 4 days after starting these products.
Posted: 6/18/2024

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Malcolm: Serrapeptase and nattokinase.
Posted: 6/18/2024


  mark5309
  Topic Post Date: 6/16/2024
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Too much T3 causing high blood pressure?
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  caseyKC
  Topic Post Date: 6/15/2024
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Silent Reflux / Herbal Antibiotics / Esophagael Ulcer
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caseyKC: great info !!

Thank you !
Posted: 6/18/2024

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  Dusty Silverspoon
  Topic Post Date: 6/18/2024
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SIBO Yogurt
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  tatiana
  Topic Post Date: 6/4/2024
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Kombucha
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LilSuz: Tatiana,

I just a post by Dr. Davis where he says he makes his own kombucha

https://innercircle.drdavisinfinitehealth.com/forum/topics.aspx?id=26201&PAGE=1#reply-204079
Posted: 6/18/2024

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  HeartHawk
  Topic Post Date: 6/17/2024
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Just a Coincidence?
To All:

We are reasonably certain that others in the "health industry" monitor what Dr. Davis does.  Similarly, I follow Dr. Peter Attia (who is largely in lockstep with Dr. Davis based on my recent review of his new book "Outlive").  I found it mildly curious that the last two emails I received from Attia were touting his position on cognitive decline with many of the topics eerily similar to Dr. Davis’s recent Meetup series on cognitive decline.  Just a coincidence?  Hmmm, just sayin’, LOL!

HH 

Dana & Mike: Thanks Bob!!! Can’t wait to watch it!
Posted: 6/18/2024

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  Ian989
  Topic Post Date: 1/20/2021
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Paul Saladino cautions us against the hazards of coffee
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5RkNtzvHXkk&ab_channel=PaulSaladino%2CMD

Key points discussed:

-Coffee contains acrylamide (a neurotoxin and potential carcinogen)
-May worsen certain chronic conditions by binding to opioid receptors
-Contains mycotoxins, aflatoxins, ochratoxins
-Activates NRF2 in the body but he believes to the contrary that’s actually a bad thing with exogenous agents and can be achieved in other ways without collateral damage 


I drink coffee everyday, but only really because I’m addicted and I find it helps my hunger slightly. I think Paul has some good points, although I eat a really healthy diet otherwise so I’m not really concerned if coffee is my one vice. The opioid antagonist point is interesting though. I’ve had chronic lower, left-side back pain for several months now that hasn’t resolved even after doing certain exercises prescribed by my physical therapist. While not severe at all or stopping me from doing any activities, it can flare up sometimes worse and at least reducing my caffeine intake could be an interesting trial to see if it helps

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dan2341: Thanks!
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IHB: Can “oil-pulling” reduce risk for colon cancer?
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  Abi
  Topic Post Date: 6/6/2024
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New member questions feeling overwhelmed
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Dana & Mike: Abi,
That’s great news!!
I have followed Dr. Brian on social media for years. He’s always been consistent. Keep us informed!!
Dana
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  GSH1965
  Topic Post Date: 6/14/2024
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Olive Oil
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  Health Captain
  Topic Post Date: 6/14/2024
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Diverticulitis protocol
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  xtronics
  Topic Post Date: 6/17/2024
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Worth the read
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Gut to Glow
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Shawn: Thanks I will check
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  lrodptl
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All 3 SIBOs negative but skin rash persists
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  lrodptl
  Topic Post Date: 11/22/2017
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Most recommended Probiotic
Have been ordering Pro 45. Any opinions on better and affordable options?

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  HeartHawk
  Topic Post Date: 11/25/2019
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New Member Discussion
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IHB: Youth restoration in the here-and-now
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  Topic Post Date: 6/16/2024
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Forgot the fiber
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  Dusty Silverspoon
  Topic Post Date: 6/13/2024
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Increasing blood sugar
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Dusty Silverspoon: As I think about your reply, what I’m hearing is, closing the gap is an indicator for SIFO clearing up....but don’t give up the program prematurely!

Also, it might also mean (??) I’m creeping towards ketosis?

Posted: 6/16/2024

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Dusty Silverspoon: Thank you, Dr D!  That’s good to know....Onward......

D
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  Bob Niland
  Topic Post Date: 6/21/2017
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An Actual Zombie Problem: Bans by The Undead
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  Topic Post Date: 6/12/2024
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IHB: “You wouldn’t have to write books if you did more procedures!”
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HeartHawk: Hi Spy:

Always good to hear from you.  Feel free to vent at any time.  We are all ears!

HH
Posted: 6/15/2024

Spy on the Inside: I still work in the cardiology community and I could tell you stories of unnecessary procedures being done that would blow your minds!!


SPY
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  Edward9430
  Topic Post Date: 6/15/2024
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Intermittent Fasting
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