Diary of Unknown Symptoms

Mystery of the Internal Vibration

Entry for July 24, 2006

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Saw this new sign recently at the Exhibition GO station. WiFi access is here!! Oh great…

One of these days, I’d like to take my EMF meter just to see if I get any kind of reading.

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Entry for July 24, 2006

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– Brendan Brazier (from the Jugo Juice magazine)

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Entry for July 24, 2006

Doctor’s office calls me back and the appointment for the B2 injection is Thursday at 2:15 PM.

Hopefully…the beginning of the end…

I read somewhere that Brewer’s Yeast is one of the purest forms of Riboflavin. So I pick some up and start with the recommended dosage of 3 tablets per meal.

Brewer’s Yeast
Brewer’s yeast is the richest natural source of riboflavin.

Liver, tongue, and other organ meats are excellent sources.

Oily fish (eg, mackerel, trout, eel, herring, shad) have substantial levels of riboflavin. Seaweed (nori) is also a fine source.

Milk products have some riboflavin, as do eggs, shellfish, millet, wild rice, dried peas, beans, and some seeds (eg, sunflower).

Foods with moderate amounts of riboflavin include asparagus; leafy, dark-green vegetables (eg, broccoli, collards, spinach); whole or enriched grain products; mushrooms; and avocados.

Lower levels of riboflavin are found in cabbage, carrots, cucumbers, apples, berries, figs, grapes, and tropical fruits.

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Entry for July 23, 2006

Left a message on my doctor’s answering machine: I’ve called every hospital, pharmacy and health food store and no one has Riboflavin Butyrate. Looks like it will have to be the B2 injection.

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