"Latest data and experience of myself and some thers; that if one gets stress off pancreas - fix diet, exercise and somei nsulin, Pancreas can and does recover some of the islets. Thinking now is suggesting that under severe stress, pancreas islets…"
"Yes, I agree that they are not curable. But before throwing out the baby with the bath water; under proper fixing if certain medical issues ( Insulin, metformin) and other new hormones, with a rational diet reducing carbs and sufficient exercise to…"
"Thanks. This one made my day! I don't have a problem with dirt in my colon ever since I stopped eating dirt.
In 5 to 8 hours, expect severe diarrhea like symptoms in the early morning as your body violently purges dirt from deep in your colon."
Hi Ramon! How's it all going? Though I know you don't celebrate Thanksgiving in the Philippines, we do here in Canada...so I wanted to take this opportunity to give thanks for your friendship Ramon...and for your support in our community!
Salutations/Bonjour..... and welcome to the family, Ramon.....Hope this group will answer some of your questions.Your experiences, opinions, and the discussions that you partake in will certainly be of help to someone else.....we're all in this together, right? Take care....Linda in Canada.
hello... oo dun ko nga nakita ang site nga na ito.matagal na pala din ikaw meron nito. parang halos magkasabay tayo. meron ka bang diet sa pagkain? kc binigyan ako ng doctor ko ng list ng mga foods na dapat kong eat pero medyo hirap akong adjust.how old are you pala?
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