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If you have Fibromyalgia, have had surgery or any other chronic illness, you owe it to yourself to listen to this video. It is showing Fibro caused by virus’s.

Did you have flu-like symptoms when this all started? I did. When I was a kid, I got really sick after my vaccination and I believe it effected my immunity and that is why I suffer today with chronic illness. Definitely worth considering and investigating!

 

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Weather can mean debilitating joint and muscle pain for some folks. Even cancer and depression or Seasonal Affective Disorder or SAD can be caused by lack of sunlight.

I started writing an article in the spring about pain and weather when I was going through a really painful time but I never posted it. Now that the weather is changing once again I thought it was a good time to dig it back out and bring it to life.

There are thousands of people who experience severe and fatiguing pain with weather changes such as snow and rain. Most call it arthritis. I live in the North and we seem to suffer with a lot of arthritic and painful conditions. There is a lot of cancer as well with lots of evidence piling up that is pointing to a lack of Vitamin D due to months with no sun exposure. We also know that lack of sun can lead to SAD or Seasonal Affective Disorder. So for those who experience winter blues or depression as well as pain or cancer patients, it seems like Vitamin D is the way to go. Why take an antidepressant when you are actually deficient in Vitamin D? There is a blood test, it would be a good idea to get it checked if you suffer from cancer or depression in the winter months. Make sure you get a good quality product if you do, you don’t want any extra toxins with your Vitamin D. If you see the sun, get out in it for 10-20 minutes if at all possible, expose your face and hands at least if you can, the more skin the better.

I have made a self discovery about my joint pain that I would
like to share with you. Some days I can barely get around from
unbearable pain in my whole body and it leaves me in debilitating fatigue. I really can’t function.

I have heard for years that the barometric pressure and rain has something to do with pain in joints and muscles but sometimes it was raining and I didn’t feel the same pain, sometimes it wasn’t raining and I was feeling the same pain. It wasn’t consistent.

Here is what I wrote in the spring. I have been watching the pressure and humidity for the past few weeks. To my discovery, it isn’t the barometric pressure, it is the humidity level. The humidity was at 92% and I was like a 90 year old woman crippled up in debilitating and fatiguing pain. It is unbelievable how the weather can put you in a crippling state unless you experience it, you probably wouldn’t believe it. The next day it was 80% and the sun was shining, I was a totally different person. Almost like a Dr Jeckle and
Mr Hyde thing going on there only it is playing with your body instead of your mind.  : )

So for those of you who live in humid places and have joint pain, you know what I am talking about. My goal is to find
an answer to what we can do to avoid the pain in humid days. If anyone has some advice besides moving to another country please feel free to share.

Since writing that article, I have been digging into some facts myself. For one thing, if I eat a lot of mucous forming foods, it will increase the inflammation. Dairy, wheat and beef are mucous causing foods to A blood type, it is so in me. The book one man’s food is another man’s poison is an excellent read on blood types and food. Worth picking up!

The newest discovery, (or perhaps an old discover being re-introduced because of early skepticism), which makes sense talks about how shifts in the earths magnetic fields are causing pain and how a type of clothing can help reduce or eliminate the pain. A brilliant German scientist named Frieder Kempe, later Canadian discovered an electromagnetic shielding fabric called Farabloc that could end pain. How could pain killers or anti-inflammatories possibly help without taking out the contributing factors? No profits perhaps?

http://www.vitamindcouncil.org/health-conditions/cancer/

http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/OnCall/study-vitamin-d-kills-cancer-cells/story?id=9904415#.TskAkWPYI-k

Why are we letting our people suffer?

http://www.farabloc.com.tw/About%20Farabloc.htm

This appears in chinese so I have no idea of pricing or ordering.

http://www.farabloc.com.tw/catalog.htm

Found a source but they are very expensive but so is prescriptions in a chronic pain condition.

http://www.farabloc.com/FarablocShop.html

 

 

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Celiac disease is an autoimmune disease characterized as an immune response to wheat, rye, barley (gluten and gliadin).

– leads to inflammation to the small intestine and damage and destruction to the villi

It isn’t taken seriously enough, it can be detrimental to one’s health and well being. I suffer in so many ways when I eat gluten, I feel it in my bones, I get numb, creeping pain in my feet and hands (diagnosed as carpal tunnel and neuropathy), I cannot digest it, abdominal pain and distension, intestinal pain, bone and joint pain, headaches and migraines, mucous throughout my body (stool, eyes, throat), sores in my mouth and anemia. It is nasty, I get thinner, paler and weaker. I think a lot of our older population is gluten intolerant but are being treated for neuropathy, arthritis or digestive issues instead of eliminating the wheat. What a shame, life is amazingly different without wheat for me, if you suspect it, give it a try, just eliminate it and see how you feel. Wheat takes months to get out of your system though and if you have been off of gluten for over 5 or 6 months, the test won’t show you are celiac. You have to have it in your system to show up on tests. I have been off of it for 21 years and a doctor just tested me for it and said I wasn’t celiac. Here is what I found:

If the person being tested has not consumed any gluten for several weeks prior to testing, then celiac disease tests may be negative (although this may require many months of gluten-free diet). If the doctor still suspects celiac disease, she may do a gluten challenge – have the patient introduce gluten into his diet for several weeks or months to see if the symptoms return. At that time, celiac tests may be repeated or a biopsy may be done to check for villous atrophy (damage to the villi in the intestine).

I am not putting myself through all that pain, anemia and joint and muscle pain again to see if I have what I know I have. It makes me sick so I don’t eat it. Perhaps a lot of arthritis people have isn’t really arthritis but rather an undiagnosed gluten reaction. I know when I took out the final hidden gluten out of my diet, the nerve pain disappeared. Honestly, I think we eat way too much white flour, what nutrition is in it? Empty calories.

http://www.labtestsonline.org/understanding/analytes/celiac_disease/test.html

I will be writing a lot more on this topic……will continue……….

 

 

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