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Old 06-12-2007, 09:28 PM   #1
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Vitamins

A lot of people have talked about taking Vitamin B 6, B 12 and folic to boost the immune system in our fight for our health. So I went out and bought this along with Gogi juice (has TONS of antioxidents and supposed to fight cancer). Anyone have an idea on how many mg of these vitamins we should be taking?

 
Old 06-13-2007, 04:44 PM   #2
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Re: Vitamins

B vitamins are water soluble. What your body does not use get's washed out when you urinate. You will see your urine a neon yellow color. The neon color is the B vitamins.

It's very hard to over dose on B vitamins. I take a B 100 complex. That's all the B vitamins in one pill. A B-6 pill and inositol which is B-8.

 
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Old 06-13-2007, 04:48 PM   #3
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Re: Vitamins

Thanks for your feedback on this! Do you take any other vitamins to boost your immunity, aside from of course c?

 
Old 06-13-2007, 06:38 PM   #4
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Re: Vitamins

I added folic acid to my regimen - 800 mcg/day. I don't know if that's too low of a dosage as I'm just starting this.

 
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For pre cancer cells I took these and after 3 months my pre cancer cells were gone. I like to think they were the cause for them disappearing.

~pH Basic 1 pill an hour before or 2 hours after meals and 2 at bedtime
Each pill contains:
Amylase 2.500DU
Cellulase 600CU
Protease 1,000HUT
Lipase 190 FCCFIP
Phytase 200 Endo-PGU

Tumeric 500mg
Lycopene 10mg
Multimushroom 600mg
Gugulipid 500mg
Andrographis 300mg 1 pill a day for 5 days then repeat every other month
END OF PILLS FOR PRE CANCER

DAILY ROUTINE

In the mornings on an empty stomach every day
L-Carnitine 500mg X 2
L-Tyrosine 1000mg X 2 For my low T3 count
L-Lysine 1000mg
Ultra Chromium Picolinate 800mg X 3

Lunch:

liquid amino acids 3 table spoons
Vit C as often as I remember1000mg
CoQ-10 10mg
Vit B 100 Complex Each pill Contains:
B1=Thiamin 100mg
B2=Riboflavin 100mg
B3=Niacin 100mg
B9= Folic Acid 100mg
B12=cyanocobalamin 100mg
B7=Biotin 100mg
B5=Pantothenic Acid 100mg

Vit B-6 200mg
Vitamin D 1000 IU
Hemocyte Plus (Iron Pill with Minerals) when I remember. I don't need them that much anymore.
Flax seed oil 1gram


Just added this cause my Cholesterol was 286 and in one month went down to 247. Good Cholesterol went from 127 to 184

~Multi Oil Each pill contains: Take 3 a day
Omega 9 270mg
Omega 3 EPA 180mg
Omega 3 DHA 120mg
Omega 6 217mg
Alpha Linilenic Acid 71 mg
Omega 6 GLA 43 mg
~Cholesterol Formula each pill contains: Take 2 a day
Phytosterios 800mg
Eicosapentanoic Acid 180mg
Docosahexaenioc Acid 120mg
Policosanol 10mg

Bedtime:

B6=Inositol In a powder 600mg 1/4 teaspoon helps sleep

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Old 06-13-2007, 08:19 PM   #6
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Re: Vitamins

Wow squeaky-I have not even heard of half of those vitamins! Thank you for the suggestions!

 
Old 06-14-2007, 04:38 PM   #7
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It's kind of funny, I had been taking several different vitamins & minerals for hair loss (alopecia) including folic acid and selenium. After about five years, I came to the conclusion that these supplements weren't really helping my hair loss problem so I stopped taking a lot of them. I was tired of gulping down a handful of pills every day when I wasn't seeing any benefit. I don't know exactly when I tapered off the vitamins, but I would say about a year to a year and a half ago.

I don't know if this is correlated to my first abnormal pap last month, but I have started taking the folic acid and selenium again, just in case. When reading about boosting the immune system to fight dysplasia, these two popped up as ones I had been taking for many years, for a different reason, but had stopped taking about a year ago.

 
Old 06-18-2007, 03:29 PM   #8
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Re: Vitamins

Dr. Weil suggests for cervical dysplasia:

- His antioxidant formula (...of course...)
- 10 MG Folic acid a day (thats A LOT)
- take supplemental indole-3-carbinol, 200-400 mg a day. This is part of the cabbage family, which he suggests are great cancer fighters.
- Consulting a naturopathic doctor to get vaginal suppositories with vitamins and herbs to reverse dysplasia.

He says to do this for a month and then get a pap, and if it comes back normal, to cut folic acid to 2 MG, and to take that amount indefinately.

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Old 06-19-2007, 07:00 PM   #9
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Re: Vitamins

I can't really recall what I took when I was diagnosed.What I've done is taken a multi vitamin, which says take ne so I take two - one in the AM and one inthe PM. What I don't need the body gets rid of in urination. As for cancer I found that raw vegetables are great and green vegetables (not lettuce) are good. Tomatoes are excellent cancer fighters as is white grape juice. I think I got Total totty on line as a supplement while going through surgeies, Now its the vitamins and what I put in my mouth.
Cancer feeds on sugar. Starch (potatoes, fries, noodles, white rice) all starch once boiled and cooked it starts changing to sugar in your body. I watch closely how much and what time ofday I eat starches (so they have time to wear off) not soak in. Also I changed my noodles to an Oat pasta that you don't boil, and sometimes rice pasta. there is a new pasta out and I can't recall its name but it isn't supposed to break down like normal pasta. I live in a small town so it's not available here yet. Vitamins are a great source- I did learn a wy to see if your vitamins are good ones or not good. Take one and place it in a cup of water if it does not disenigrate in 3-4 hours its too hard for your body to digest and you'll end up passing it before your body gets what it needs. Stay focused and aware of your body- good luck.

 
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