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bad health news for mikl
widewetandslippery
13-Jul-2012
5:32:32 PM
Opiates work

tnd
13-Jul-2012
5:34:13 PM
I'll drink to that.

IdratherbeclimbingM9
7-Oct-2015
10:56:21 AM
Thread bump for hypothesis ratification...

How did the non-plonk, ... and also the latter non-coffee experiments turn out mikl?

If they died a quiet death, how long did you writhe in pain before succumbing?
... And if so, was the return noticably negative for effect or a new 'balance' found?



maxdacat
7-Oct-2015
11:24:28 AM
As a fellow dry-julyer I say well done! The first few days are the hardest and you hardly miss the booze by the time the end of the month comes around.....it was almost a chore to start drinking again :p

skegly
8-Oct-2015
12:47:55 PM
I heard arthritis can be helped by giving up coffee and alcohol . I also heard pot helps.
Don't know myself .
dmnz
10-Oct-2015
10:33:17 PM
My yoga teacher says it is from the reduced acidity (when you give up things like alcohol)
dmnz
10-Oct-2015
10:37:08 PM
On 13/07/2012 One Day Hero wrote:
>On 13/07/2012 paulmilliken wrote:
>>
>>I don't know how it works - I visited a naturopath...........I suggest
>consulting a health
>>professional if you want to know more.
>
>Yes, sounds like visiting a health professional might be a good idea.

I'm an AEP and also do massage with a special interest in feet and wrists (massage) and I'm up on Sydney's North Shore too. I've treated a few knees by addressing the big toe and ankle. If it's still giving you issues feel free to give me a shout.
surfziggy
25-Nov-2015
3:11:43 PM
>My yoga teacher says it is from the reduced acidity (when you give up things like alcohol)

It's bollocks ain't it? The body maintains the correct Ph by homeostatis. A yoga teacher friend of mine also tried to tell me the same thing. If you change the Ph of your blood you'd die. IMHO acid/alkali diet is just another fad diet. If you want to read something backed up by a little more science, try the book 'racing weight'.

ajfclark
Online Now
25-Nov-2015
4:03:07 PM
That's the book Dave Macleod recommends isn't it?
plugngo
25-Nov-2015
4:11:34 PM
+1 for Racing Weight. Really good book.

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