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  1. I think you're on the right track. I'm convinced that doing a comprehensive cleansing program is very beneficial to your overall health. Informing yourself properly about how to do the different cleanses is crucial. Since I don't know much about cleansing yet I can't give you good advice. But have you heard about curezone.com? - You'll find plenty of information about cleansing there. Good Luck!
  2. I've found a great article by a German physician about what truly holistic health is. He explains a lot of things that I've been interested in in a very systematic manner. He shows how there are different levels to the human existence and how those levels interact. He talks about the causes of disease and ways to heal. The article is very concise and a must read for anyone interested in holistic medicine: http://www.klinghardt.org/docs/xplorer%20K...f%20Healing.pdf Ok, for anyone who thinks
  3. @Charles_V: I understand what you are saying. But lets say all foods that the species "horse" is able to eat are a,b,c,d,e,f (a for example being grass, b=clover, etc). While the Nort American horse's ancestors only ate foods a,b,c (because those were the only ones available in their environment), the mongolian horse's ancestors only ate foods d,e,f. So over the course of thousands of years the north american horse's genetics were influenced by the intake of foods a,b,c. Now if you take that N
  4. Thanks for commenting, I hate redspots. Does your brother eat so much protein, because he just likes it or does he know about nutritional typing and knows he's a protein type?
  5. also called metabolic typing, nutritional typing groups people into three categories based on their genetics, biochemical makeup, family history, and their own interaction with their environment: There are protein types, carb types and mixed types. Basically nutritional typing says that everyone is different and that there is no one diet that fits all. While one person will need a lot of proteins to be healthy, the other person needs a lot of carbs. The mixed type is in between. The user "Heal
  6. Thank you acnejean! Yes, olive oil is known to help when applied directly on dry hair. I tried it and it made my hair really heavy and oily. It's not a good long term solution.
  7. I 've had extremely dry hair for about 2 years. I have no clue how it came about. I didn't change anything in my diet or life in general. It really couldn't be any drier. Do you have any tipps what I could do for it nutritionally or to put on the hair?
  8. @ABG Fairy: Thank you for providing details about the Fuhrham Diet! I'm ready to start with smoothies and have to buy a blender. Can you guys reccomend a good, affordable blender? - Thanks in advance!
  9. Hi ABG Fairy, you wrote the Eat to live diet by Dr.Joel Fuhrman is good to balance your hormones. Can you describe what this diet looks like? - Is it just a lot of vegetables and cruciferous vegetables in particular? Or is there more to it? Where can I learn more about this diet? Thanks in advance!
  10. From what I know (you may correct me) acne mostly appears on the face. - The worst possible spot to have it. How come?? Why cant it just be on the legs instead of the face? Are there any explanations why a person's acne appears on certain spots and not on others?
  11. Do you guys know, if I can also drink the teas cold? Or do they have to be warm to be effective? I'm just asking, because in summer I prefer cold drinks.
  12. Well, my blood test wasn't expensive at all (38 $) and without it I wouldn't have been able to fight my leg cramps. So it was really worth it. There are hundreds of different things you can have your blood tested on, so the price depends on what and how many different things you want to have tested. I only had my blood tested on the very basic things like magnesium, copper, calcium, etc, so it wasn't so expensive. But you can also test very specific things like Vitamin B5, etc. Since many peop
  13. Please some more comments. I'm sure a lot of people are interested in this, because many seem to be taking supplements here. Since I have no knowledge about supplements, is there anything completely wrong with my idea of having a blood test before taking supplements??
  14. I don't know much about supplements. I've been thinking about this lately: Does it makes sense at all to take supplements without having done a comprehensive blood test before, in which all things are testet, which one is considering supplementing? This came to my mind because I've always had strong leg cramps and people were telling me to take magnesium. Instead I decided to have my blood tested before, which turned out to be a very good decision, because my magnesium level was far higher th