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Dr Stoll Just a few more questions please

Posted by
Rodney on September 04, 2001 at 22:13:56:

Dr Stoll I have taken your advice on the lymph nodes thing and after about a week or so what i was feeling seems to be getting smaller i just had to check and see

anyway I was curious since i have started taking a vitamin C and a one a day vitamin and a calcium vutamin every day

is this good for me ??

also ive noticed over the past weeks even prior to taking vitamins that my Bowels move rather un predictable ie one movement will be regular and the other will be a bit like diareaha the ill have a few normal ones then they are soft again
what all could be causing this ??

I do not eat a lot of home cooked meals most my meals are fast food i smoke and drink a lot of pepsi every day

i have noticed what i think is a bit more than usual gas ??


could the lymph node thing and this be connected
any ideas???

as always Thank you for your time





Re: Dr Stoll Just a few more questions please

Posted by Walt Stoll on September 06, 2001 at 10:26:02:

In Reply to: Dr Stoll Just a few more questions please posted by Rodney on September 04, 2001 at 22:13:56:

Hi, Rodney.

How old are you? It may just mean that your body is sending you a message that it is just not going to take this abuse any longer.

Walt



Re: Dr Stoll Just a few more questions please

Posted by beth on September 06, 2001 at 16:00:36:

In Reply to: Dr Stoll Just a few more questions please posted by Rodney on September 04, 2001 at 22:13:56:

I ate like that and drank diet sodas. Didn't smoke, but drank excessively. At 25 my body started complaining, and at 36 (today) I literally can't do any of those things, they make me so sick.

Even if you don't change your lifestyle on your own accord, don't be surprised if your body forces you to change it eventually.

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Re: Dr Stoll Just a few more questions please

Posted by
rodney on September 07, 2001 at 00:17:20:

In Reply to: Re: Dr Stoll Just a few more questions please posted by Walt Stoll on September 06, 2001 at 10:26:02:

well im 33 just turned 33 this past month

I do smoke I know i need to quit dad passed with lung cance at 56 last summer

so most likely its just diet and regular aging i am a lil grey headed now

BTW if i run my hand through my hair i get 2 to 5 hairs in my hand

would this be considered hair loss????

i dont know weather this has a bearing on anything
but most would say that i am always under lot stress

but i never have had any thing like HighBlood psi or anything

if you recall i was one of the ones that was is peronoid over the lymph node thing





Re: Dr Stoll Just a few more questions please (An old young man.) Archive in aging.

Posted by Walt Stoll on September 09, 2001 at 07:53:33:

In Reply to: Re: Dr Stoll Just a few more questions please posted by rodney on September 07, 2001 at 00:17:20:

Well, Rodney:

My first impression is the one you have just reinforced: Your bodymind is sending you your first, gentle, message that is is just not going to take it any more without it costing you more and more.

When I was in medical school, more than 40 years ago, they were teaching us that "If our grandfather had his stroke in his 70s, our father would have his in his 60s and we would be having ours in our 50s." NOW they are teaching that "If our grandfather had his stroke in his 70s, our father would have his in his 50s and we would be having OURS in our 30s."

This terrible truth is being borne out every day and is attributed to the increasing environmental burden of stress-sffect, coupled with the decreasing micronutrients in our food supply---thus decreasing reserves to cope with the increasing stress.

Go to the home page and begin to learn what is meant about stress-effect.

You are going to have to practice wellness (free protocol mentioned on the homepage as well) for a couple of years to reverse your current decline. THEN, when you see what wellness makes you feel like you will be perfectly capable of deciding which lifestyle you prefer.

Let us know what you learn.

Walt




Re: Dr Stoll Just a few more questions please (An old young man.) Archive in aging.

Posted by
Rodney on September 10, 2001 at 17:10:56:

In Reply to: Re: Dr Stoll Just a few more questions please (An old young man.) Archive in aging. posted by Walt Stoll on September 09, 2001 at 07:53:33:

Dr Stoll

im also not very computer literate is tehre a link to the page you mentioned??



Re: Dr Stoll Just a few more questions please (An old young man.) Archive in aging.

Posted by Raisa on September 10, 2001 at 18:39:12:

In Reply to: Re: Dr Stoll Just a few more questions please (An old young man.) Archive in aging. posted by Rodney on September 10, 2001 at 17:10:56:

Hi, Rodney - I would suggest to you that you do as I did when I first got my computer and knew nothing about it (BTW I am much older than you). You teach yourself. The people on this board are more than willing to help, but the person needing the information has to help, too. In my opinion you should begin by going to the glossary. Just type "glossary" in the little box at the top of this page. You will then become familiar with the phrases and illnesses, etc. that are mentioned in the ARCHIVES. After you have finished perusing the glossary, you should then go to the Archive page (either click "archive" at the top, or write "archive" in the box. ). Then pick out any subject which you wish to become more knowledgable about. If you already have decided which illness you wish to learn more about, just type in that word). You will find that if you do this you will be much better able to understand what people on the board are talking about and will also understand the whys of the problems you are having. Good luck. That's what I did, and I am still learning, but it's worth it. Raisa

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