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I'm trying to go more natural and slowly weening myself off processed junk! It has been hard for me and you are truly an inspiration to me!

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Thanks for that Melissa. There is another reason that I am going through all of this, too. I think I am chosen to be a n inspiration to other to see what a healthy plant based diet could do for them if they have a degenerative disease they need help with. The first thing they need to do is to be anointed for their problem as James 5:14 says, and put it in God's hands and not the medical profession. Then while putting their faith and trust in God to ""Let food be your medicine and medicine be your food", as Hippocrates once said. Just find out what food is going to help the most and start eating that. Does not mean to eat only one food, supplement that food with good healthy food. That is what I have learned through all of this.

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I just know I don't have your kind of discipline and know I couldn't stay true to such a diet, but I do respect your choices and I do admire your discipline. I also see the results in your comments and am amazed. We grew some beautiful broccoli this year with very long and very green stalks. Too bad we aren't closer! I would share! We grew the broccoli very early in the summer though. I think I heard on the news that grocery prices will be rising every where due to the midwest droughts. It's a shame. I think a diagnosis would be good if you were going to take a medical route, but I know you would never do chemo or radiation, so I believe your choice is sound. I don't believe I have the faith you do either, so I'm sure I would go the medical route in your shoes. But, that's me!

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The diet I am on is my own, so to speak, although the church does promote healthy eating. We can all make our own choices as to what we eat or drink. But to be healthy, we are encouraged to eat healthy. Not everyone has cut out meat and dairy. There is one lady who totally disagrees with me about being vegan, but she is my friend and she respects my choice. But...that being said, she can also see the results, too.

The initial reason I wanted a diagnosis was to see if I could cut down on the broccoli or organic foods that I was eating because it was costing me a lot more than I could really afford. Well,k that list helped out with that especially with the broccoli. Broccoli does not invite pests, therefore does not need pesticides, etc. But when I went shopping, as I think I said earlier, I could only find the crowns non-organic, so I had to buy the organic to get stalks to juice, too, but I bought the ones that were the longest and had little or not head on them to go with the crowns I got non-organic. So I still had to pay the higher price. Well, the kitchen I think is going to be able to fix that for me if I can't find the broccoli anywhere else in town.

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Linda-- Thanks for those lists. I have had the hardest time reading and responding to this thread for some reason! I'll have to do that vinegard thing.

Anna-- I respect your decision, but I have to admit that it worries me. If I may be just a bit nosy.... Does the church you attend promote the raw eating as part of its doctrine? I'm just curious.

I can only think that people who claim organic food does not cost more must grow their own. It costs more around here too. And, really, how can you trust it as being organic?

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I know in times of disaster, we are told to put a bleach tablet into a gallon of water and it will help purify the water for drinking. Not sure where to get those tablets but they are specifically ment to use for human consumption.

I must say, however, I am not anxious to drink water that has been bleached, whatever it's source. The same for eating foods that have been washed in bleach.

It just scares me, that's all....

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My friend told me today that using 1 T or t., she was not sure, of Chlorox bleach will wash the pesticies off, too. But it has to be the Chjlorox brand bleach. I email the minister but he hasn 't responded yet.

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There are some things, like celery, that it would not really hellp to wash because there is no skin or rind, the pesticides can get directly into the vegetable, and there is no skin to peel as you would say carrots.....

As for washes, do you have any vinegar in your house? If you put a tablespoon or so of white venegar in the bowl, wash your veggies and fruit, and then rinse. The vinegar has an astringent effect and will help remove any pesticide residues. Surprisingly, it does not affect the taste of the food..... My sister does this with her strawberries and when I saw her doing that I thought no way, it would make the strawberries taste like vinegar, but it did not. They were delish..... These were strawberries she grew herself in her own back yard and she does not use pesticides at all, so not sure if that is a factor.
But it is something else to consider to save yourself the cost of buying produce wash (which around here can get quite priceyj)


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THANKS, LINDA. MOST OF WHAT i BUY IS, OF COURSE, ON THOSE LISTS. tHE MINISTER SAID THERE ARE WASHES YOU CAN USE ON SOME OF THE VEGETABLES TO WASH THEM. BUT HE DIDN'T TELL ME WHAT THEY WERE. I WILL HAVE TO EMAIL HIM AND ASK HIM, i GUESS.

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Apparently these lists are posted an an annual basis and can change from year to year and even from geographic region to region -- even the weather can have affect the testing. But these are the ones I found for now, I did not see what year these were published but I am sure they are probably fairly similar from year to year.

Here are a couple to check out....
www.ewg.org/foodnews/summary/

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Yes, I would be interested in looking at the lists, If yu do not mind.

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Organic just means that the grower does not use any pesticides but of course he can't control the rain.

There is a list that shows the top 10 produce items that should be bought organic. It has something to do with the way the food absorbes the chemicals. I don't remember all of them, but I do remember celery and strawberries are on that list. Having said that, I cannot afford to buy anything organic. To me it all comes down to the cost. I may not be the healthiest person on the planet, but I am still alive.

A couple of years ago I belonged to a team here on Spark and several members tried to tell me that it did not cost more for organic than it did for regular produce. I said, well where I live it DOES cost more..... Many of them had houses with yards,etc and were able to grow thier own gardens, or could drive and go to farmer's markets, etc. It is very different for people in small little apartments who cannot drive.......

There is also another list of the top 10 produce items there is NO need to buy organic and doing so is just throwing money away. I will look for these 2 lists and post them if you would like.

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Well, ladies, I made a decision today after counseling with a minister and his wife to cancel he tests. The mammogram uses radiation which will put me at risk for breast cancer if I do not have it and if I do, will make it worse. the ultrasound will not show them anything and will have to have a biopsy to get the facts. Whichever one they use will allow air into the area and cause a faster growth and that is not happening with me. The next step would be surgery and I for sure do not want that. The minister's wife also had/or still has, breast cancer. She is till around. She ate like I am so since I put it in God's hands I am going to leave it as it is.

My main concern was the money I was spending on food and they told me that organic food is not really organic anymore because the water is polluted and the rain is polluted which all seep into the ground. They are all sprayed with a pesticide of some sort, so they are going to even help me out with the food costs once everyone gets back from he festival in October. He is the Supervisor over the kitchen and she is the head cook. She buys food every week and can sell Eating non-organic will be a better price.me for food each week. But I am going to try the non-organic food in the Sprouts food store untill then. I would not be eating organic food when I go home to MO anyway, so that will make it easier to choose my food

Linda, I would like to think they will let me have my crochet hook on the plane but I probably will put it in the checked luggage. 1 1/2 hours could get a bit of crocheting done. If I could afford to buy a new crochet hook I would put one in my carry on, too, but if they take my hook I would have to wait a couple of days, maybe to replace it, too. But I will keep in handy when I return because it will be about 3 hours before someone could pick me up and take me home.

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I think a biopsy would tell more than anything else. They can examine the cells under a microscope. I sure whish I could drive too! It would make life so much easier!

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Will they let you take crochet hook on the plane or do you need to put into your checked luggage?

I know I was not able to take knitting the last time I flew, and a couple of years ago I they were searching all the carry ons' on Greyhound. Getting very strict there too....

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The tests are scheduled for Tuesday at 9:45, but I don't think I want the mammogram because of the radiation. If I do not have breast cancerr it could put me at risk for getting it and If I already to it could make it worse, if I understoon the article I read today. So I think the ultra sound test is what I will choose. And the biopsy afterward is not acceptale especially if they want to cut a piece out since it is so large.

I leave onThursday, Sept 6 at 6:30 a.m. and will be gone until Thursday Sept 13. My plane arrives at 11:45, but no one has volunteered to pick me up yet so I may be waiting for quite some time. I plan to take some crochet that I can do especially for that time. Trouble is someone may have to pick me up after work - hope not. Sure wish I could drive myself. It would be so much easier to get things done I need to get done.

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I had an infected sweat gland under my breast and it hurt very badly and was warm to the tough. I ended up having to have it surgically removed. I do hope they schedule the tests soon so you can get definitive answers. When is your trip to MO?

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I have heard that cancer is not supposed to hurt, but I was under the impression that it could be combination of cancer and something else and cancer could cause. It does hurt, but not as much as it did. I have stabbing pains when it comes and it does not last long.. As far as taking care of an infection, I am taking 6000 units of Vitamin C and also doing the D3 most every day. Didn't today. And there is no fever. She commented on that, too, that there is no more warmth in the right side than that of the left side. So no fever. Grapefruit Seed Extract (GSE) is also a natural antibiotic which I have been taking as well. Garlic is, too.

She didn't call about an appointment today so hopefully, she will call tomorrow.

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Anna-- Does the "lump" hurt? Most of the time infection hurts. Do you know if you have been running a fever? Also, your blood sugar readings have been good. But, I suppose an infection is a better outcome than cancer, right? Since you don't take meds, what would you do for an infection? Good luck and keep us posted!

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Praying for a good outcome for you Anna....

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Dr. Stockton didn't know what it was either. It surprised her to find such a large mass. She was expecting a small lump but it isn't. She thinks that it could be an infection , but she is in the process of trying to schedule a test to make sure - NOT mammogram, I told her, but maybe a breast MRI, or ultra sound/sonigram. She hasn't called me so she may be having trouble finding a good test. He idea was to call and talk to a radiologist who could help her decide.

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Linda, I know how it is. We don't even have sidewalks out here where I live. sowalking is out of the question. I walk indoors, but use videoes or audio walking to get up my pace. I know, we have to power thru the pain. I suppose if i did it more often then the treadmill might not hurt as bad as it does.

Anna-- Wishing you well! do let us know! Good idea to take your crochet! I often find waiting almost unbearable as I don't crochet or knit or anything! I need to remember to take a book on my digital player or music and ear phones!

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Malissa the treadmill is actually easier for me to use. I got it because I was falling down, once while I was crossing the street and I couldn't get up but the car coming was able to stop in time and he got out and helped me up. Lots of other falls.

On the treadmill I can at least hold onto the side rails and keep my balance somewhat. It is better than not walking at all. Because I don't have to worry so much about my balance, I can actually walk a little bit faster than if out on the sidewalk (which around here are often cracked and very uneven, or have lots of little pebbles sprayed up from sanding the streets in the winter. They only sweep the sidewalks once a year around here....) Yes, walking and even just standing (as in doing dishes) is painful, but what is the alternative????

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Yes, the appointment is at 11:30 but I will probably have to wit as my ride has an appointment of her own at 10:30 at the nutritionist's office in a different place. So I will have to wait but I am taking my crochet with me so that I am not wasting my time sitting there with nothing to do - can't read anything anyway to read.

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So, Linda, are you able to use your treadmill? I find the treadmill causes me more pain than just walking.

Anna-- That was great! I'm glad you have your young friend to walk with you. Sounds like you may have a great place to walk for your family get together. I hope someone will walk with you. Do you go to the doctor tomorrow? Wishing you well!

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Thanks, Linda, I am planning to. I don't get all my family together in one place at one time so I am going to take advantage of it. emoticon

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Hope you have a great time there....

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I was not tired, either. this time it didn't bother my blood sugar, either. I went down some more in my weight, too. It was almost dark when we finished and went back to the car so next time we need to start a little earlier. We may not be able to do that until I return from my trip, though. But maybe someone can walk with me while I am in Missouri even during the reunion. We will be at the Lake of the Oazrks so it should be okay to take a little leisurely walk there and probably plenty of walkways that are paved for that purpose.

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Way to go Anna. That is quite the walk. I can barely do about 6 blocks which is not even 1 mile, in 3 quarters of an hour. To walk 2 and a half miles in an hour is doing great for someone just getting back into walking....

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I do not do any workouts since I have had this injury. I am afraid that it will make things worse - even the rebounder, but I am getting back into walking. I went for a walk with the young girl who is helping me with my yarn. We went to the campus and walked over there. We met with another lady and her daughter who is studying nutrition and was able to ask her some questions. She is the one who told me if the eyes were white then you are healthy . I asked if there was cancer in my system would my eyes still be white and she said she didn't know but the white eyes indicted a healthy liver. So I got the answer to my questions last night. I walked for about an hour and Ithink about 2 1/2 miles.

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I walk almost every day, but I don't really "work out"

I insisted on bringing my treadmill to this apartment even though it is very very small. But there is really no open floor space for doinging anything else.....

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How often do you work out?

I work out every day. Even when I don't feel like it I try to do at least 10 minutes. I have skipped a day here and there, but usually do work out every single day!

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