Diary of Unknown Symptoms

Mystery of the Internal Vibration

Entry for September 01, 2006

If the water has a bad smell to it, there is a very good reason. I won’t be drinking it that’s for sure…

Smelly water safe to drink
Aug 31, 2006

DURHAM – It may not smell the best, but the Region of Durham says the municipal water is safe to drink. The past few days residents using the municipal water supply along Lake Ontario may notice the tap water has an earthy or musty odour.

Taste and odour episodes, the Region said, are a natural phenomenon caused by seasonal biological changes in Lake Ontario and typically occur in the late summer or early fall but the water is safe to drink.

According to the Region, laboratory testing of both the raw and treated water confirms its bacteriological quality meets all drinking water quality standards set by the Province.

The treatment processes at the Region’s water supply plants in Oshawa, Whitby, Newcastle and Bowmanville are unable to remove all of these odours. The Ajax Water Supply Plant has four granular activated carbon filters to reduce taste and odour levels.

Taste and odour episodes will generally dissipate after water temperatures in the lake start to go down.

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Entry for September 01, 2006

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In my quest for better health, I had a friend recommend a book called “Fit for Life”. I’ve never heard of it so it’s off to Doctor Google to find out more…

Amazon.com: Editorial Reviews

“It is not only what you eat that makes the difference, but also of extreme importance is when you eat it and in what combinations” say Harvey and Marilyn Diamond, authors of this classic bestseller. Their program results in eating balanced, nutritious, high-fiber foods, making dieting “unnecessary and as obsolete as sealing wax.”

The Diamonds explain that body functions have a daily cycle:

4 a.m. to noon–elimination (of body wastes and food debris)
Noon to 8 p.m.– appropriation (eating and digestion)
8 p.m. to 4 a.m.–assimilation (absorption and use)

Fit for Life aims to return you to a lifestyle based on your natural body cycles. That means 70 percent of your diet should be “high-water-content foods”–fruits and vegetables–which facilitate all body functions. Consume nothing but fruit or fruit juice until noon, then eat salad and vegetables with every meal for the rest of the day.

Two-thirds of the book is explanation and discussion; one-third is menu plans and recipes. You won’t be hungry, your food choices will be healthy, and you’ll lose weight without dieting. –Joan Price

Maybe I should start taking my vitamins after 8PM for better absorption?

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Entry for September 01, 2006

Previous Night Vibration Status: Extremely Weak
Morning Vibration Status: Extremely Weak

Woke up and my allergies have now disappeared. It has to be a food allergy that I’ve never been aware of until now.

I’m going to try something different today. I’ve been taking the Nutra Sea Omega 3 in the mornings but I’m going to start taking it at night.

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