Cholesterol levels / labs / optimal levels?
- 12-27-2012, 02:44 PM
- 12-27-2012, 06:11 PM
I'll plan out a strict Paleo diet, increase olive oil intake and will test again in a month or two to see if there are any possible food allergens. A strict Paleo diet should be a good test.
Shawn, I think I'll also do that DNA test (23 and me) and consult the results with you to get on track with a good methylation supplementation protocol.
12-27-2012, 06:53 PM
Can.not correct food allergies till.methylation is balanced. People.food.intolerance are resolving. It all.goes back to the immune system..
12-27-2012, 09:03 PM
The Paleo diet removes any possible food allergies. No need to correct methylation before the allergies if you remove any and all foods which can possibly cause allergies.
12-27-2012, 10:59 PM
Not so true..This is where it gets interesting...I tend to go against the grain of the.normal pushing the.envelope boarding insanity and genius. Once one under stand the complex biochemistry involved it then sees the simplicity.through the vast complexity. Its so obvious ..
jansz after 8 years is.just starting to catch on !!! but he's needs.another decade to catch up lol. I'm way ahead of the game..
12-28-2012, 03:22 AM
Don't get me wrong, I plan on following both courses of action, but a strict paleo diet is something I can act upon immediately. I always feel great on it, just wish it were possible to follow longterm without breaking down at some point haha!!
I love the diet, tons of meat and whole foods, no grains, but it's tough to keep up when out at business meetings, visiting relatives, and that sort of thing. Oh, and I love bacon. I put bacon on everything when I eat paleo!
12-28-2012, 11:35 PM
12-29-2012, 12:44 AM
Stop wasting people's time.
Now you are on TRT, took arimidex, blah blah blah.....
You should have put ALL information in your initial post!
Besides, you dont listen anyway if someone is challanging your thoughts or ideas. Basically this is a wasted thread and people's time.
Have a good day sir!
12-29-2012, 02:05 AM
His Dr kane thread on atm which is one of the most informative threads, but they are to busy chasing hormones and lab results instead of looking at bigger pics
12-29-2012, 11:28 AM
12-29-2012, 11:32 AM
I was just basing the Paleo comment off my own knowledge.
I should add: My hormone levels are great. Really happy with where I am with my TRT/HRT protocol now. If anyone is interested, I can post what my protocol looks like, and how I got there over time. I think it's the best I've ever had it. I'm definitely not chasing numbers there or trying to tweak it anymore. Sticking with where I'm at, as it's never been so good in the past. I've also never really been a chaser in the past year or two, just been going off how I feel (without staring at labs). I've been on TRT for four years and at this point, it's very easy for me to know how certain doses/levels of what I am taking affect how I feel, without looking at labs at all. I've gained a pretty good sense of my body since starting the whole roller coaster ride.
12-29-2012, 12:40 PM
What are current symptoms
what areas would you.like to improve?
Since designing programsbased on epigenetic profiles for cases for cfs, fibro, lyme, cancer, depression, anxiety,neurological issues, autism and many others for doctors the out comes have been life changing for some. Many personal trainers are also seeing the benefits as their clients are starting to loose despite change in exercise
12-29-2012, 12:54 PM
I don't have many current symptoms to be honest. None that I am actively trying to fix.
I am addicted to caffeine, but that's not a symptom haha..it's the reason my adrenals are low at times (and I do take hydrocortisone, I take more on days where I'm less awake/have less sleep, and I stress dose - this is all under control.) I am not going to fool myself and ever think that I will come off of hydrocortisone, or TRT, that won't happen for several reasons. But I have been able to stop taking T3, which is great. I've successfully lowered RT3, and my metabolism is great without any supplementation for thyroid.
Methylation is the one thing I've been looking at again, for overall health and wellbeing. As I was saying, I will be planning on getting the 23 and me testing done and consult..it's just not happening immediately. Maybe in the next month or so.
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