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From: el-bo (62.15.200.96)
Subject:         Re: any b12, vit recommendations ??
Date: September 26, 2015 at 2:52 am PST

In Reply to: Re: any b12, vit recommendations ?? posted by Paul on September 25, 2015 at 8:50 pm:

>>"I really think you're cutting off your nose to spite your
face.

I get that you don't like him but why let it interfere with
taking some
of the best health advice on the net.

Could prove to be very foolish."<<

i'm not letting anything interfere with anything. what i
believe about b12 has nothing to do with it. ideals are all
very well, but not always practical

IF i lived in an ideal environment, was able to live as purely
as i could, and was able to get regular testing for peace of
mind, then i'd have zero problem testing out certain ideas.
i've been in and around this community for the last 10
years, so am no stranger to experimentation

as for best health advice on the net ?? anyone who
eschews medical testing and posits water fasting as the
body's healing mechanism, is a quack, at best

that you need to take supplements occasionally when
noticing certain symptoms of deficiency suggests that
either lockman is wrong, or you are also not living a pure
enough life. either way, perhaps you should achieve
success with this advice before suggesting others foolish
to not heed it

anyway, thanks again for answering my call.

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