Diary of Unknown Symptoms

Mystery of the Internal Vibration

Entry for June 20, 2006

I’ve been taking higher doses of B complex and there doesn’t seem to be any improvement. In fact, in some cases it’s making me feel worse. I have a theory. If B vitamins are water soluble, then why don’t I find some kind of snack food that I could eat all day long and keep the level of B1 in my body for better absorption. So I do a quick search and discover peanuts are high in thiamine. Then I discover that Veggie Burgers are high in B vitamins because they are made from Soy. I remember from the diet diary that the veggie burger I had from Licks made me feel great and now I know why.

So I went down to Shoppers to look for some snack food and pick up some peanuts and almonds.

Tomorrow I’ll try another test. Because the higher doses don’t appear to be working better, I take my multivitamin in multiple doses throughout the day. The dosage for B1 is only 10 mg but maybe this will improve my absorption. I check the dosage for the fat soluble vitamins to make sure I’m under the toxic limit and it’s actually quite low. I won’t take any Niacin (B3) either just to see if it makes a difference.

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June 20, 2006 Posted by | Health | , , , , | Leave a comment

Entry for June 20, 2006

Healthy Bowel Movements

“We must have a healthy, normal bowel movement for every meal that we consume, each and everyday. If we eat three meals per day, we must have three bowel movements per day. When we were infants are bowels functioned healthy and regular. Food in, fecal out!

“When we have less than two bowels movements per day, food residues accumulate for more than twelve hours, putrefication and fermentation begins and the insides begin rotting, aging and becoming ill. Any nutritional elements present in the fecal matter passes into the bloodstream as polluted products, thus toxemia commences. Pimples and other skin blemishes are generally the first sign of toxemia.

“A healthy bowel movement must be eighteen inches long (for an adult,) one solid piece, light golden brown in color, one inch in diameter, odorless and floats in the toilet basin. Anything other than that is unhealthy. Broken apart, hard, dark, odor, large or loose stools are the indication of putrefication and constipation and thus the beginning of poor health. Use this as your barometer for quality health as a result from quality eating.”

Well, now I have something to strive for! I read this a while back and yea, I started tracking it to see if mine where healthy. I got up to seven “floaters” before the last one sank on me today.

 Damn!

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Entry for June 20, 2006

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I was looking up the effects of B vitamins on the nervous system and I came across this something that may explain the “nerve pinching” at the top of my head as prickly sensations:

Nervous System Support

Vitamin B1 also plays a key role in support of the nervous system, where it permits healthy development of the fat-like coverings which surround most nerves (called myelin sheaths). In the absence of vitamin B1, these coverings can degenerate or become damaged. Pain, prickly sensations, and nerve deadening are nerve-related symptoms that can result from vitamin B1 deficiency.

This sure sounds familiar to me and yet all of the doctors so far have ignored it.

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