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#1 Dan12345

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Posted 28 July 2014 - 06:17 AM

Hey all,

 

Ok i've decided to try some new things after reading some posts and reviews on the website.

 

1) Started no dairy 9 days ago

2) Started vitamin D (d3) 5-6 days ago. Started low and worked my way up to 3x 3000iu a day. (3000 at breakfast, then lunch and dinner)

3) Started dandeloin root capsules (3 a day) around 2 days ago.

4) Used isotrexin gel for like 3 months, but on and off. Like one week i wouldn't use it at all, then use it for a week. Now i've been using Isotrex for a week.

 

So I have been seeing slight improvement in the past week. Getting less and less spots but then suddenly I broke out over night with about 3 spots on each cheek. I originally thought I had done something to cause it but then I did some reading online and read that a spot can take up to 2-4 to actually form. Which makes me think, these changes could be very beneficial for me but I wouldn't know until after a month or more.

 

Am I right in my thinking?

 

Thanks! 



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Posted 28 July 2014 - 06:27 AM

It's individual so really, no one can answer your question. Also, you need to avoid high glycemic impacting meals and drinks and eat predominantly real, whole nutrient dense foods including a great deal of non-grain plant foods.

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Posted 28 July 2014 - 08:32 AM

like from a month to never

 

just sayiiin.....



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Posted 28 July 2014 - 10:42 AM

Well I eat relatively healthy in terms of no junk food and drink 5L + of water a day. So I guess i'll give it a month and see if any improvements and then just see from there.

 

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Posted 29 July 2014 - 04:32 AM

dude y would u drink 5 l of water?

did u know drinking too much water is not even good for u?

it flushes out minerals (nutrients too i think?) nd in some cases ppl can even get somekinda water poisoning nd die from drinking it too much. it also is said that it makes ur brain swell

 

i dont like to sip water through the day so i usually drink more at once or several times a day but it still kinda bloats me

 

 

btw im sick of fukin water, lemonade for life! go lemonade!! Bx



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Posted 29 July 2014 - 06:37 AM

How long do you plan to take that much vitamin d? Do you plan to check your levels?




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