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lespaul2510

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lespaul2510 last won the day on February 13 2012

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  1. Have you been doing the exercises in all 30 videos or just this one?
  2. No, i wouldn't say they're temporary (unless you go back to your old habits afterwards or course). The idea is to get rid of, or lessen the sensitivity and then you introduce the foods back into your diet slowly and ideally rotate for the rest of your life. So in my case, maybe I would have an egg every 4 days (and that includes products with egg in them). So If I ate an egg bagel one day, I would have to avoid both gluten and egg for 4 days afterward. Again, our bodies were not meant to eat the
  3. Sure, Severe butternut squash egg white egg yolk iceburg lettuce veal Moderate Almond Asparagus Carob cinnamon codfish fig garlic halibut orange pinto bean yellow squash Mild Artichoke bannana bell peppers black beans black eyed peas blueberry brewer's yeast crab high fructose corn syrup honey mustard pumpkin raspberry thyme tilapia vanilla white potato Gluten (Seperate category) Barley rye malt wheat oat Casein/Whey (again, seperate category) No reaction to casein Mild reaction to whey elimina
  4. I don't think the test would be covered by the Canadian healthcare system. Insurance companies here in the US do not cover most "alternative" treatments, they usually just cover "western medicine" treatments. I would be surprised if you were covered for the ALCAT test. But I don't see ay reason why you couldn't have the test done though ALCAT so long as the blood can be sent to them in a timely manner. It's definely not easy to do, and I wouldn't be able to speak for your family, but having gone
  5. I couldn't really reccomend a particular way to do it. Since my dad is a nutritionist, he ordered the test for me and received a discount for being a nutritionist (ie. if I were not his son, he would have charged me an additional fee for having the tes done, bringing it up to the cost ALCAT themselves charge), so I got it done at cost for about $170 I think. I'm not sure how much it costs MSRP. However, I should also mention that while my acne was a major factor in my decision to try this diet,
  6. I've been on the ALCAT food sensitivity diet for about a month now and I'm almost entirely cleared up. I've been avoiding dairy, eggs, gluten, high fructose corn syrup, and a pleortha of other things. In addition, my regimine is as follows; Morning: Burt's Bees Acne Scrub Dr. Wood's Black Soap with shea butter Witch hazel toner Night: Dr. Woods's Black Soap with shea butter (occasionally I'll apply organic apple cider vinegar to my face as well)
  7. I'm 19, going on 20 and I've had acne for about 8 years now, since I was 12. I've tried just about everything, Proactiv, other OTC creams, washes and scrubs, etc. and I did nothing but suffer for 8 grueling years. My father is a pharmacist, chiropractor, and nutritionist, so it's not like I didn't have access to this information sooner (I probably chose to ignore it out of stubborness). Anyway, up until my teens, I always had attitude and anger problems. Rather than bringing me to a psychiatr
  8. Well I don'y yhink it's a matter of what's in it that causes acne, but why it causes acne (and other diseases for that matter). Humans are the only mammals on the planet that continue to consume milkafter infancy. Not only that, but we consume the milks of other mammals rather than our own milk after infancy. Cow's milk is meant for calves and goat's milk is meant for kids (not humans, baby goats). Neither is meant for humans and both have nutrients that are great for cows and goats, but not hum
  9. I bought a red-blue lamp (actually a bulb that plugs into a 120v lamp) off of amazon.com the other day. It is advertized as being for acne and meets the wavelength requirements to kill acne bacteria and heal it. However, while the other lamps run for well over $100, this bulb was around $40. I figured I wouldn't have much to lose trying it. I've been using it for about 4 days and so far so good. The one thing I did notice though is that the bulb emits no heat. My hypothesis is that the bulb emit
  10. Hmm, interesting... It seems that there are more unhappy people here and more people with acne according to the poll. I think I see some sort of connection.
  11. Please be honest, I am. I'm trying to make a connection to being happy and acne, so I'm trying to help everybody. If you vote in the poll, you'll be annonymus anyway, don't worry about that. I'm expecting a lot of "no's" too, I'm not going to criticize anybody or bring it against them, or whatever. Now with that said, I'd like to tell a story. When I was back in elementry school, I waqs always the "temper tantrum kid," you know, the one who would hit the teacher, get pissed off at anything, et
  12. Has anybody used IQ Clear? I saw it in an advertisement on a website? Is it any good?
  13. I've been trying this tonight for the second night in a row, and have seen some results. The few pimples that were breaking out on my forehead and many others have dried last night. Who ever knew making medicine could feel so good lol. anyway, as erotic as it sounds, I apply it for a half hour, then wash it off using my Nivea sensitive skin wash. (I used to use a 10% benzoil peroxide wash that my dermatologist prescribed, but I felt it was irritating my skin more, and causing the breakouts. My s
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