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Hello everyone. How are you all managing depression and anxiety post Accutane? It’s been almost five years since I’ve taken Accutane, which has caused my depression and anxiety. It has gotten worse so I’m thinking of taking taking anti-depressants and medications for anxiety but I’m scared this is the same exact mistake I did when taking Accutane. Sometimes I think that those medications will help me as my depression and anxiety are medically induced, but sometimes I worry this will just worsen my symptoms or temporarily mask my depression while aggravating my other symptoms (such as memory loss). This is why I’d appreciate to know your experiences with taking anti-depressants or anti-anxiety medications (if you did) post Accutane and if you recommend it. 

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7 hours ago, under_tow said:

Vitamin A decreases bile output, this makes the body absorb less vitamin A and D to protect us.

https://nutritionrestored.com/blog-forum/topic/gallbladders-cholecystitis-cholelithiasis-caused-by-excess-poison-vitamin-a-and-the-body-tries-not-to-absorb-it-and-vitamin-d-from-the-diet/

Iron/ferritin overload or deficiency could be caused by excess vitamin A

https://nutritionrestored.com/blog-forum/topic/iron-overload-and-or-deficiency-are-two-states-that-are-likely-aggravated-by-poison-vitamin-a/

Donating blood helps

https://nutritionrestored.com/blog-forum/topic/giving-blood-phlebotomy-venesection-blood-donation-lowers-poison-vitamin-a-and-iron-overload/

 

So if you want vitamin D problems, iron problems and bile problems, consume lots of cod liver oil, sweet potatoes, liver, dairy and eggs.

 

@Calcified @TrueJustice

Thx for posting 

I don’t touch those things yet I still currently have issues with Iron and Vit D!?

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Some Introduction: I started using accutane at 13 yo and after 13 years of post accutane the symptoms worsened. However 15 days ago I stopped eating meat (I just removed 4 wisdom teeth and ate only vegetable soup and potatoes for several days) and miraculously my mouth started to produce more saliva and my skin get more hydrated (it's not enough yet, but it gives me hope)

After reading some comments here and a video of Loren Lockman on Youtube I’m thinking seriously about doing this:

1º Prepare the liver (liver flush, bile acids, TUDCA)

2.1 Low Vitamin A Diet (nothing from animal origin, except for egg white)

My ideal diet is egg white, rice or potato, brazilian nuts, coconut oil, some vegetables

Suplements: Vit C, D, E, B's, Zinc

2.2 Gym  (in order to achieve a low percentage of fat)

3º When the goal of item 2.2 is achieved start fasting with medical supervision

 

My weigh is 45 kg. I thought about making the low vit A diet up to 40 kg and then fasting up to 35 kg

Is it really necessary to make the low vitamin A diet for 1 or 2 years?

I'm sorry for the bad english =(

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33 minutes ago, Victoria845 said:

Some Introduction: I started using accutane at 13 yo and after 13 years of post accutane the symptoms worsened. However 15 days ago I stopped eating meat (I just removed 4 wisdom teeth and ate only vegetable soup and potatoes for several days) and miraculously my mouth started to produce more saliva and my skin get more hydrated (it's not enough yet, but it gives me hope)

After reading some comments here and a video of Loren Lockman on Youtube I’m thinking seriously about doing this:

1º Prepare the liver (liver flush, bile acids, TUDCA)

2.1 Low Vitamin A Diet (nothing from animal origin, except for egg white)

My ideal diet is egg white, rice or potato, brazilian nuts, coconut oil, some vegetables

Suplements: Vit C, D, E, B's, Zinc

2.2 Gym  (in order to achieve a low percentage of fat)

3º When the goal of item 2.2 is achieved start fasting with medical supervision

 

My weigh is 45 kg. I thought about making the low vit A diet up to 40 kg and then fasting up to 35 kg

Is it really necessary to make the low vitamin A diet for 1 or 2 years?

I'm sorry for the bad english =(

Sounds like you already have low body fat, do you wear makeup with vitamin A in it?

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41 minutes ago, Calcified said:

Sounds like you already have low body fat, do you wear makeup with vitamin A in it?

I have some fat concentration (i'm short). I don't use makeup with vitamin A but I used for two months in the eye area (antiage) and my vision started to blur

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3 hours ago, Victoria845 said:

I have some fat concentration (i'm short). I don't use makeup with vitamin A but I used for two months in the eye area (antiage) and my vision started to blur

Is dryness your only issue?

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5 hours ago, Victoria845 said:

Some Introduction: I started using accutane at 13 yo and after 13 years of post accutane the symptoms worsened. However 15 days ago I stopped eating meat (I just removed 4 wisdom teeth and ate only vegetable soup and potatoes for several days) and miraculously my mouth started to produce more saliva and my skin get more hydrated (it's not enough yet, but it gives me hope)

After reading some comments here and a video of Loren Lockman on Youtube I’m thinking seriously about doing this:

1º Prepare the liver (liver flush, bile acids, TUDCA)

2.1 Low Vitamin A Diet (nothing from animal origin, except for egg white)

My ideal diet is egg white, rice or potato, brazilian nuts, coconut oil, some vegetables

Suplements: Vit C, D, E, B's, Zinc

2.2 Gym  (in order to achieve a low percentage of fat)

3º When the goal of item 2.2 is achieved start fasting with medical supervision

 

My weigh is 45 kg. I thought about making the low vit A diet up to 40 kg and then fasting up to 35 kg

Is it really necessary to make the low vitamin A diet for 1 or 2 years?

I'm sorry for the bad english =(

 

A word of caution- Tudca may not be what you need. I took a bottle in on kinesiology visit and my body was rejecting it

Same this week when I took in “digestive aid”. Kinesiologist was surprised as the ingredients are good and I’m in middle of working on gut so ordinarily you’d think my body would needing the aid - that’s just how it goes with this type of work though.

Other things taken in such as Vit D my body has responded well to just to prove it can work the other way too.

The point here is, what we may think our bodies need isn’t always clear cut. I’ve experimented with all sorts of stuff over the years thinking these are things I need - not always so straightforward unfortunately 

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15 hours ago, TrueJustice said:

I don’t touch those things yet I still currently have issues with Iron and Vit D!?

The problem is that the only food that has basically zero VA is white rice.  All other foods contain precursors(carotenoids); Cryptoxanthin, Lutein, Zeaxanthin, Lycopene, etc... hundreds of different kinds.

Example, removing wheat is not about removing gluten, its about removing glyphosate and lutein/zeaxanthin.  Those two carotenoids are potent VA agitators, and Roundup blocks VA breakdown.

Unless you eat only white rice for 3 meals a day, you have vitamin A coming in, fruits, veggs, pork, dairy, etc..  this keeps our fat soluble stored accutane(retinoic acid) in place and unchecked most likely, causing all our symptoms(along with vitD and iron dis-regulation).

Also every bit of VA you take in get turned into accutane(13-cis) or other forms of retinoic acid before it is excreted.

https://nutritionrestored.com/blog-forum/topic/people-get-more-autoimmune-diseases-as-their-poison-vitamin-a-toxicity-increases/#postid-324

Also putting VA forms on our skin, retinol makeup, RetinA, pro-vitaminA, beta-carotene, is probably the worst way, as the body cannot filter this inbound VA properly, no defense.

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10 hours ago, Victoria845 said:

My ideal diet is egg white, rice or potato, brazilian nuts, coconut oil, some vegetables

 

Keep the vegetables pale or white and of root form and you should get results.   white cabbage, parsnips, celery root, white cauliflower, onions, garlic, etc.   Peeled apple, peeled pears, white fruits can be OK as well, depending on symptoms.

Short or long water fasts are very good at removing stored vitamin A.

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20 hours ago, Mabbbs said:

Hello everyone. How are you all managing depression and anxiety post Accutane? It’s been almost five years since I’ve taken Accutane, which has caused my depression and anxiety. It has gotten worse so I’m thinking of taking taking anti-depressants and medications for anxiety but I’m scared this is the same exact mistake I did when taking Accutane. Sometimes I think that those medications will help me as my depression and anxiety are medically induced, but sometimes I worry this will just worsen my symptoms or temporarily mask my depression while aggravating my other symptoms (such as memory loss). This is why I’d appreciate to know your experiences with taking anti-depressants or anti-anxiety medications (if you did) post Accutane and if you recommend it. 

I haven't really been on anti depressants only benzos to aid sleep.  I take it when pain is bad and need to get sleep. I don't have memory loss, but I'm not sure about long-term issues.

Any progress with your joints and cortisol issues?

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Hi,

I am here to share my positive experience about how I am recovering from accutane side effects.

I am on Nutritional Balancing program as well as some people who used to write on this forum and then stopped (has some of them healed and lost interest to join the forum discussions?)

I will now list here my nutritional balancing program protocol.

But please if you are interested, just have your hair analysis test (all start from there) under review of a nutritionist as the protocol MUST BE PERSONALISED for each person. You can find some nutritionist on Youtube.

Here my post-accutane symptoms: fatigue (even after 5 minute reading; especially in the afternoon and outside at nights), blurred vision, depression, negative thoughts, loss of libido, tendency to gain weight, ibs, bloating, constipation, anxiety, brain fog and loss of short term memory.

Soon after accutane, I also had strong head pressure, face turning red on stessful situations, sun/artificial light sensitivity and headache: however, they disappeared much time before the nutritional balancing program and thanks to iboprufene/b12/omega3/benzidiazepine therapy as prescribed by doctors.

Here below the Nutritional balancing progam as recommended to me:

Diet:

80% veggies - 3 times per day (red cabbage, cauliflowers, green beans, leeks, carrots, Bruxelles spruts, onions and baby broccoli)

Meat (2 times per day) (chicken tights, lamb, turkey, organic beef)

Humus (1 spoon with veggies), roasted almond butter (1/2 spoons per day)

Blu corn tortillas (3/4 times per day)

Quinoa/Millet (only 2 times per week)
Rye/wholemeal bread (only 2 times per week)

Goat cheese and goat yogurt (only 2 times per week)

5 cans of Sardinas per week.

1 carrot juice glass per day

2.3lt of water per day

Forbidden foods:
cakes, fruits, wheat, rice, fish (except sardinas), sweets, alcohol, soda or other drinks.

General supplements:

Kelp (kelp 600mcg, iodine 0.6mg)

6 x day

Leitichin (1200mg) very good for anxiety (Now brand is very good)

Tmg (500mg)

Selenium acid chelate (100mcg)

3 x day

Endo-met lab supplements:

Megapan  (vit A palmitate 300mcg, vit C 200mcg, vit d3 1.25mcg, vit E 40mg, vit b1 20mg, vit b2 4mg, vit b3 20mg, vit b6 10mg, folate 400mcg, vit b12 400mcg, biotin 10mcg, panthotenic acid 20mg, iodine 115mcg, magnesium 30mg, zinc 2mg, selenium 50mcg, manganese 2mg, chromium 200mcg, potassium 30mg, pectin cellulose 10mg, citrus bioflavonois 10mg)

3 pills x day

Gb 3 (ox bile 112mg, pancreatin 160mg and black radish 130mg)

3 pills x day

Paramin (vit d 3.325mcg, calcium 200mg, magnesium complex 120mg, boron 500mcg)

3 pills x day

Limcomin (vit A palmitate 225mcg, vit c 50mg, vit b6 10mg, magnesium 20mg, zinc 8mg, copper 0.75mg, manganese 5mg)

3 pills x day

Thyro-complex (iodine 900mcg, raw thiroid conc 60mg, raw adrenal conc 30mg, raw pituitary conc 10mg, raw spleen conc 10mg, kelp 180mg)

6 pills x day
 

Facultative: 5-htp

Further mandatory activities:

Foot reflexology 20 mins per day (10minxfoot)
Infrared sauna with 1 bulb on abdomen/liver (1 per day for 40 mins)
1 coffe enema p/w (1 per day recommended)
Meditation 10 mins p/d (1hr p/d recommended)
Spinal twist and pull neck (1 per day)

Results after 4 months:

Fatigue - extremely reduced (when I start feeling it, and it's not as strong as before, I recover in less than 1 min of resting my mind)
Anxiety - extremely reduced, I would say nearly removed
Depression - gone
Brain fog - gone
Negative thoughts - gone
Blurred vision - improvements
Loss of short term memory - extremely improved
Loss of libido - extremely improved
Ibs/bloating/constipation - extremely improved

I ve lost weight as well and my self-esteem is increasing. Moreover, I have much more energy than even before I took accutane.

I ve never had some of the accutane most common side effects such as dry skin and dry eyes. No idea if the program can help.

Basically this diet aims at restoring your chemical balance, heal your liver, your glands and recover from adrenal exhaustion (which can be caused by drugs as well). 

I wanted to post this as I am seeing that many people on this forum are playing on being the doctor of themselves.

As you can see the situation can be much more complicated than what you think.

In the end, wasting money on supplements alone is much less wise than spending some money under the supervision of a professional.

I hope it will be in some way helpful sharing my experience.

Kind regards and heal! 

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17 hours ago, Flondon said:

Hi,

I am here to share my positive experience about how I am recovering from accutane side effects.

I am on Nutritional Balancing program as well as some people who used to write on this forum and then stopped (has some of them healed and lost interest to join the forum discussions?)

I will now list here my nutritional balancing program protocol.

But please if you are interested, just have your hair analysis test (all start from there) under review of a nutritionist as the protocol MUST BE PERSONALISED for each person. You can find some nutritionist on Youtube.

Here my post-accutane symptoms: fatigue (even after 5 minute reading; especially in the afternoon and outside at nights), blurred vision, depression, negative thoughts, loss of libido, tendency to gain weight, ibs, bloating, constipation, anxiety, brain fog and loss of short term memory.

Soon after accutane, I also had strong head pressure, face turning red on stessful situations, sun/artificial light sensitivity and headache: however, they disappeared much time before the nutritional balancing program and thanks to iboprufene/b12/omega3/benzidiazepine therapy as prescribed by doctors.

Here below the Nutritional balancing progam as recommended to me:

Diet:

80% veggies - 3 times per day (red cabbage, cauliflowers, green beans, leeks, carrots, Bruxelles spruts, onions and baby broccoli)

Meat (2 times per day) (chicken tights, lamb, turkey, organic beef)

Humus (1 spoon with veggies), roasted almond butter (1/2 spoons per day)

Blu corn tortillas (3/4 times per day)

Quinoa/Millet (only 2 times per week)
Rye/wholemeal bread (only 2 times per week)

Goat cheese and goat yogurt (only 2 times per week)

5 cans of Sardinas per week.

1 carrot juice glass per day

2.3lt of water per day

Forbidden foods:
cakes, fruits, wheat, rice, fish (except sardinas), sweets, alcohol, soda or other drinks.

General supplements:

Kelp (kelp 600mcg, iodine 0.6mg)

6 x day

Leitichin (1200mg) very good for anxiety (Now brand is very good)

Tmg (500mg)

Selenium acid chelate (100mcg)

3 x day

Endo-met lab supplements:

Megapan  (vit A palmitate 300mcg, vit C 200mcg, vit d3 1.25mcg, vit E 40mg, vit b1 20mg, vit b2 4mg, vit b3 20mg, vit b6 10mg, folate 400mcg, vit b12 400mcg, biotin 10mcg, panthotenic acid 20mg, iodine 115mcg, magnesium 30mg, zinc 2mg, selenium 50mcg, manganese 2mg, chromium 200mcg, potassium 30mg, pectin cellulose 10mg, citrus bioflavonois 10mg)

3 pills x day

Gb 3 (ox bile 112mg, pancreatin 160mg and black radish 130mg)

3 pills x day

Paramin (vit d 3.325mcg, calcium 200mg, magnesium complex 120mg, boron 500mcg)

3 pills x day

Limcomin (vit A palmitate 225mcg, vit c 50mg, vit b6 10mg, magnesium 20mg, zinc 8mg, copper 0.75mg, manganese 5mg)

3 pills x day

Thyro-complex (iodine 900mcg, raw thiroid conc 60mg, raw adrenal conc 30mg, raw pituitary conc 10mg, raw spleen conc 10mg, kelp 180mg)

6 pills x day
 

Facultative: 5-htp

Further mandatory activities:

Foot reflexology 20 mins per day (10minxfoot)
Infrared sauna with 1 bulb on abdomen/liver (1 per day for 40 mins)
1 coffe enema p/w (1 per day recommended)
Meditation 10 mins p/d (1hr p/d recommended)
Spinal twist and pull neck (1 per day)

Results after 4 months:

Fatigue - extremely reduced (when I start feeling it, and it's not as strong as before, I recover in less than 1 min of resting my mind)
Anxiety - extremely reduced, I would say nearly removed
Depression - gone
Brain fog - gone
Negative thoughts - gone
Blurred vision - improvements
Loss of short term memory - extremely improved
Loss of libido - extremely improved
Ibs/bloating/constipation - extremely improved

I ve lost weight as well and my self-esteem is increasing. Moreover, I have much more energy than even before I took accutane.

I ve never had some of the accutane most common side effects such as dry skin and dry eyes. No idea if the program can help.

Basically this diet aims at restoring your chemical balance, heal your liver, your glands and recover from adrenal exhaustion (which can be caused by drugs as well). 

I wanted to post this as I am seeing that many people on this forum are playing on being the doctor of themselves.

As you can see the situation can be much more complicated than what you think.

In the end, wasting money on supplements alone is much less wise than spending some money under the supervision of a professional.

I hope it will be in some way helpful sharing my experience.

Kind regards and heal! 

So basically plenty of vitamin a and reduced dairy/calcium/vitamin d ?

I think this is something I would try, how many years ago did you take accutane?

 

 

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On 4/10/2019 at 4:35 AM, Calcified said:

Is dryness your only issue?

Nope

Dryness, IBS, Hair Loss, Brain Fog, Yellowish Nails, Blurry Vision, Depression/Anxiety 

On 4/10/2019 at 5:30 AM, TrueJustice said:

 

A word of caution- Tudca may not be what you need. I took a bottle in on kinesiology visit and my body was rejecting it

Same this week when I took in “digestive aid”. Kinesiologist was surprised as the ingredients are good and I’m in middle of working on gut so ordinarily you’d think my body would needing the aid - that’s just how it goes with this type of work though.

Other things taken in such as Vit D my body has responded well to just to prove it can work the other way too.

The point here is, what we may think our bodies need isn’t always clear cut. I’ve experimented with all sorts of stuff over the years thinking these are things I need - not always so straightforward unfortunately 

I have cholestasis (probably) so I will give tudca a try. No big expectations though

How much vitamin D do you take?

This is true.  I've been trying so many things too. At this point I think my body needs an aggressive approach 

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4 hours ago, Victoria845 said:

Nope

Dryness, IBS, Hair Loss, Brain Fog, Yellowish Nails, Blurry Vision, Depression/Anxiety 

I have cholestasis (probably) so I will give tudca a try. No big expectations though

How much vitamin D do you take?

This is true.  I've been trying so many things too. At this point I think my body needs an aggressive approach 

Never heard of accutane causing yellow nails or blurry vision.  Do you have joint issues or fatigue?

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1 hour ago, Calcified said:

Never heard of accutane causing yellow nails or blurry vision.  Do you have joint issues or fatigue?

Accutane is active vitamin A, taken in toxic amounts:

 

Symptoms of chronic vitamin A toxicity include:

    blurry vision or other vision changes
    swelling of the bones
    bone pain
    poor appetite
    dizziness
    nausea and vomiting
    sensitivity to sunlight
    dry, rough skin
    itchy or peeling skin
    cracked fingernails
    skin cracks at the corners of your mouth
    mouth ulcers
    yellowed skin (jaundice)
    hair loss
    respiratory infection
    confusion

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4 hours ago, Calcified said:

Never heard of accutane causing yellow nails or blurry vision.  Do you have joint issues or fatigue?

Blurred vision is a new symptom and coincided with the use of a 0.3% retinol cream for two months. The optician said it was just my increasing astigmatism. My nails are slightly yellowish, not too noticeable (apparently anyone here having this symptom)

No joint pain or fatigue

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17 hours ago, Calcified said:

So basically plenty of vitamin a and reduced dairy/calcium/vitamin d ?

I think this is something I would try, how many years ago did you take accutane?

 

 

More than 10 years ago. 

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On ‎4‎/‎9‎/‎2019 at 10:51 PM, Mabbbs said:

Hello everyone. How are you all managing depression and anxiety post Accutane? It’s been almost five years since I’ve taken Accutane, which has caused my depression and anxiety. It has gotten worse so I’m thinking of taking taking anti-depressants and medications for anxiety but I’m scared this is the same exact mistake I did when taking Accutane. Sometimes I think that those medications will help me as my depression and anxiety are medically induced, but sometimes I worry this will just worsen my symptoms or temporarily mask my depression while aggravating my other symptoms (such as memory loss). This is why I’d appreciate to know your experiences with taking anti-depressants or anti-anxiety medications (if you did) post Accutane and if you recommend it. 

Please stay of the drugs. They really slowed my healing, if the doctors dont know what to do with you they will give you this shit. It really numbed my mind and put me in a bad circle, fortunately i got out of it quite quick. I no longer see myself as handicapped after taking this drug, the first years(2011-2015) feels really bad and wasted. But i now feel ok. I have too sleep in an incline because the digestive system doesnt really work anymore without the help of some gravity, but if i do this and eat healthy-ish i do not have much problems anymore. My latest discovery was L-cystein, it seems to help with the irritable-bowel. All my teeth that fell apart have been restored now(costly:O), my knees are probably quite bad for their age but i still exercise(i think this is important) And my face is stil hella wrinkly because of this drug. But overall i feel good and glad to be alive. Finding some fixes for my stomach made me sleep better and started a good circle for me. I have learned to newer trust a doctor, take all the bloodwork and bring the values back to evaluate for yourself. Some asshole doctor just tried to stuff me with antibiotics again because of a sinus infection, i demanded to see the bloodwork, crp was 37, implying virus, not bacteria = antibiotics are wasted and only kill your gut flora and immune system. I have worked hard to rebuild my health and will protect it. I regret so bad being naive trusting the health system. 

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On 4/10/2019 at 9:21 PM, Flondon said:

Hi,

I am here to share my positive experience about how I am recovering from accutane side effects.

I am on Nutritional Balancing program as well as some people who used to write on this forum and then stopped (has some of them healed and lost interest to join the forum discussions?)

I will now list here my nutritional balancing program protocol.

But please if you are interested, just have your hair analysis test (all start from there) under review of a nutritionist as the protocol MUST BE PERSONALISED for each person. You can find some nutritionist on Youtube.

Here my post-accutane symptoms: fatigue (even after 5 minute reading; especially in the afternoon and outside at nights), blurred vision, depression, negative thoughts, loss of libido, tendency to gain weight, ibs, bloating, constipation, anxiety, brain fog and loss of short term memory.

Soon after accutane, I also had strong head pressure, face turning red on stessful situations, sun/artificial light sensitivity and headache: however, they disappeared much time before the nutritional balancing program and thanks to iboprufene/b12/omega3/benzidiazepine therapy as prescribed by doctors.

Here below the Nutritional balancing progam as recommended to me:

Diet:

80% veggies - 3 times per day (red cabbage, cauliflowers, green beans, leeks, carrots, Bruxelles spruts, onions and baby broccoli)

Meat (2 times per day) (chicken tights, lamb, turkey, organic beef)

Humus (1 spoon with veggies), roasted almond butter (1/2 spoons per day)

Blu corn tortillas (3/4 times per day)

Quinoa/Millet (only 2 times per week)
Rye/wholemeal bread (only 2 times per week)

Goat cheese and goat yogurt (only 2 times per week)

5 cans of Sardinas per week.

1 carrot juice glass per day

2.3lt of water per day

Forbidden foods:
cakes, fruits, wheat, rice, fish (except sardinas), sweets, alcohol, soda or other drinks.

General supplements:

Kelp (kelp 600mcg, iodine 0.6mg)

6 x day

Leitichin (1200mg) very good for anxiety (Now brand is very good)

Tmg (500mg)

Selenium acid chelate (100mcg)

3 x day

Endo-met lab supplements:

Megapan  (vit A palmitate 300mcg, vit C 200mcg, vit d3 1.25mcg, vit E 40mg, vit b1 20mg, vit b2 4mg, vit b3 20mg, vit b6 10mg, folate 400mcg, vit b12 400mcg, biotin 10mcg, panthotenic acid 20mg, iodine 115mcg, magnesium 30mg, zinc 2mg, selenium 50mcg, manganese 2mg, chromium 200mcg, potassium 30mg, pectin cellulose 10mg, citrus bioflavonois 10mg)

3 pills x day

Gb 3 (ox bile 112mg, pancreatin 160mg and black radish 130mg)

3 pills x day

Paramin (vit d 3.325mcg, calcium 200mg, magnesium complex 120mg, boron 500mcg)

3 pills x day

Limcomin (vit A palmitate 225mcg, vit c 50mg, vit b6 10mg, magnesium 20mg, zinc 8mg, copper 0.75mg, manganese 5mg)

3 pills x day

Thyro-complex (iodine 900mcg, raw thiroid conc 60mg, raw adrenal conc 30mg, raw pituitary conc 10mg, raw spleen conc 10mg, kelp 180mg)

6 pills x day
 

Facultative: 5-htp

Further mandatory activities:

Foot reflexology 20 mins per day (10minxfoot)
Infrared sauna with 1 bulb on abdomen/liver (1 per day for 40 mins)
1 coffe enema p/w (1 per day recommended)
Meditation 10 mins p/d (1hr p/d recommended)
Spinal twist and pull neck (1 per day)

Results after 4 months:

Fatigue - extremely reduced (when I start feeling it, and it's not as strong as before, I recover in less than 1 min of resting my mind)
Anxiety - extremely reduced, I would say nearly removed
Depression - gone
Brain fog - gone
Negative thoughts - gone
Blurred vision - improvements
Loss of short term memory - extremely improved
Loss of libido - extremely improved
Ibs/bloating/constipation - extremely improved

I ve lost weight as well and my self-esteem is increasing. Moreover, I have much more energy than even before I took accutane.

I ve never had some of the accutane most common side effects such as dry skin and dry eyes. No idea if the program can help.

Basically this diet aims at restoring your chemical balance, heal your liver, your glands and recover from adrenal exhaustion (which can be caused by drugs as well). 

I wanted to post this as I am seeing that many people on this forum are playing on being the doctor of themselves.

As you can see the situation can be much more complicated than what you think.

In the end, wasting money on supplements alone is much less wise than spending some money under the supervision of a professional.

I hope it will be in some way helpful sharing my experience.

Kind regards and heal! 

No offense, but I'm not even going to try and sugar coat this or be mature about it..........

 

Your post is dumb. 

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5 hours ago, Justdry said:

No offense, but I'm not even going to try and sugar coat this or be mature about it..........

 

Your post is dumb. 

Can you elaborate on why you don’t like it please?

Sure you don’t have to agree with all of it. The anti Vit A advocates obviously wouldn’t agree with it as it’s full of eating Vit A in what’s listed - doesn’t make it dumb though just because of that.

The point about too many people playing the Doctor I think is bang on - if you take nothing else from the post I think at least take this away. Way too many people self diagnosing over the years ( myself included ) which is understandable. Working with people who know a thing or two I believe is the way forward depending on the path you wish to take 

For me that’s a Kinesiologist, for this person it was via a Nutritionist 

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12 hours ago, Justdry said:

No offense, but I'm not even going to try and sugar coat this or be mature about it..........

 

Your post is dumb.

Well, your response does not seem so mature. I would say offensive mainly.

Anyway, that's my protocol and my results based on my symptoms. I have never reported dry skin. 

Nothing more. I would never spend more than 40 mins to write things I do not believe on. 

I understand your frustration as we are dealing with one of the 100 hundreds licensed poisons in commerce who have affected our body, where companies invest money to put them onto the market whilst not even 1 pound in scientific research to fix their potential side effects.

And so we re all here for the above reason. 

I rely on NB as it is a protocol created by a doctor and mainly based on science. 

I would recommend you being a bit more humble.

Kind regards, 

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As my kinesiologist said, most pharmaceutical products if you were to bring them in, your body will produce a negative response to them on a vibrational level.

There’s no one special drug out there that will ever cure us, it’s really a combination of restoring Vit & Min after being depleted by the poison that is Accutane.

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3 hours ago, TrueJustice said:

As my kinesiologist said, most pharmaceutical products if you were to bring them in, your body will produce a negative response to them on a vibrational level.

There’s no one special drug out there that will ever cure us, it’s really a combination of restoring Vit & Min after being depleted by the poison that is Accutane.

Do they have a fix for resistance to vitamin A? 

Not saying that's what's happening, just my thoughts at this point in time. 

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21 hours ago, Justdry said:

No offense, but I'm not even going to try and sugar coat this or be mature about it..........

 

Your post is dumb. 

What's the deal with the blatant rudeness with no particular reason for it given?

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