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Melloman

Member Since 12 Nov 2013
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In Topic: Bump On Nose Left From Zit/pimple.

Today, 05:09 PM

I have the same problem.  Did yours disappear?


In Topic: Bump On Nose ((Sebaceous Cyst / Scar)

Today, 05:04 PM

Read on here someone had one for 10 years and it disappeared (I think).  I had one last year that disappeared after 4-6 months.  Now I have another one.  It was a pimple in August 2014, and I think it scarred up.  I didn't leave it alone until mid-December 2014, and now it's still here.  Hopefully it will disappear in June as that's about 6 months of constant healing with no major damage.

 

Doesn't look like it made much progress, though.  Anyone have anymore information out there for us?


In Topic: 3 Foods Journey

16 April 2015 - 10:39 PM

<p>New altogether.</p>
<p>&quot;Awesome foods&quot;</p>
<p>&nbsp;</p>
<p>Hey guys!&nbsp; Been exploring new foods lately!&nbsp; Lemme SHARE!</p>
<p>Jumped into my diet:-</p>
<p>-Sweet Potatoes (Orange and White flesh)&nbsp; -Avocados&nbsp; -Kidney Beans&nbsp; -Pinto Beans&nbsp; -Asparagus&nbsp; -Cilantro&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</p>
<p>-Butternut Squash&nbsp; -Pears</p>
<p>&nbsp;</p>
<p>Already in:</p>
<p>-Carrots&nbsp; -Oats</p>
<p>&nbsp;</p>
<p>Explored:</p>
<p>-Parsnips&nbsp; -Some other white stuff, looks similar to parsnip&nbsp; -Almond Milk</p>
<p>&nbsp;</p>
<p>To test and Add (hopefully):</p>
<p>-Almond Milk&nbsp; -Grain free organic cereal&nbsp; -Daiya Gluten, dairy, and soy free pizza</p>
<p>&nbsp;</p>
<p>&nbsp;</p>

In Topic: 3 Foods Journey

15 April 2015 - 05:49 PM

Haven't been feeling full on veggies until now.  I added in some pears and avocados without realizing the healthy fat in the avocados and the carbohydrates in the pairs will make me feel full.  So if you don't feel full, you might be lacking carbs, healthy fats, of maybe even some fiber.  Plus, healthy fats help with leaky gut.


In Topic: Sick Of This Bullsh*t

15 April 2015 - 12:28 PM

The main reason I dislike the "genetic" argument, is because many medical specialists use that as an excuse as to why people should continue using different expensive  and unhealthy medications for long amounts of time.  While it's true that some of our bodies are less able to defend against certain conditions very well, it's also true that most people can develop long term severe acne, regardless of how well their system fights off these underlying conditions.


In other words, it's just used as an excuse as to why medication isn't working as quickly, and to give them an explanation in the process to keep people satisfied so they won't drift off and actually figure out what's causing the acne in the first place.