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Nutrition Talk / Re: Accutane
« Last post by kathrynz616 on August 23, 2015, 03:32:11 PM »
Hi there,

I am a new NC student -sorry I am late in replying. I had the same issues as well. It depends on where the acne is and for me it was hormonal related around my chin and lower jaw. There are some great diagrams online that you can google which can help to show where the acne is related to such as digestion or liver. What worked for me was assessing where my stress triggers (cortisol overload) were and changing the environment I was in (in my case it was my job). My skin started to clear up, but it took a lot of self study. In the mean time what helped me was taking gentle care of myself by stretching/walking, drinking 100oz of water per day, and avoiding dairy. Some topical treatments that the client can use is organic tea tree oil, or an organic seaweed mask.

Hope this helps!


Nutrition Talk / Re: Green Pasture Fermented Cod Liver Oil
« Last post by anasuya on August 23, 2015, 01:48:50 PM »
That was a fascinating read. Thank you for posting it! Good for Kaayla Daniels for seeking out further testing of FCLO. I am glad that I never had any of this product. Because of all the hype it sometimes crossed my mind that perhaps I should, but I didn't. I did notice that professional line supplement companies generally don't carry FCLO and that made me wonder. If it is so beneficial, why would it come from one company?

I imagine many people are very upset as these are extremely expensive products.

It's a good reminder to honor our taste buds and if it tastes that bad, it can't be good for you.
Here's some very interesting info, relevant to the Cardiovascular unit, the Musculoskeletal unit, and much more.
Nutrition Talk / Green Pasture Fermented Cod Liver Oil
« Last post by erinm837 on August 23, 2015, 08:28:52 AM »
Has anyone seen this or Kaayla Daniel's article?

I feel duped! Green pasture seemed to be the darling of the health community.

Nutrition Talk / Re: Nature thyroid dosage--Hashimoto's
« Last post by MaryAnn on August 21, 2015, 08:11:45 AM »
Hi Jodi, you always post such helpful info!

I checked out the NOW brand of Inositol and it has Magnesium Stearate. I read on Dr. Mercola's site about the Potentially Harmful Effects of Magnesium Stearate:

What are your thoughts on megnesium stearate in supplements?

Nutrition Talk / Re: Professional supplement lines
« Last post by MaryAnn on August 21, 2015, 07:50:26 AM »
You can do that now as a student. I've signed up for Natural Partners, Emerson Ecologics and Apex Energetics so far. Natural Partners has Ed's vital scoop at a much lower price than retail.
Goods & Services / Re: Natural Skin Care Line
« Last post by kumarak524 on August 20, 2015, 07:31:58 PM »
Aloha Michelle! May I suggest The Body Deli? My 65 year young Auntie swears by it and I must say her skin looks fabulous. Another option, one of my favorites, is Eminence Organics which I could get wholesale for you at the International Esthetics Convention  :D

Happy Hunting!
Nutrition Talk / Re: Better Book than Encyclopedia of Healing Foods?
« Last post by kumarak524 on August 20, 2015, 07:20:38 PM »
I have a particular fondness for Real Food by Nina Planck  ;)
Nutrition Talk / Adolescent Obesity
« Last post by kumarak524 on August 20, 2015, 07:18:31 PM »
 As I near the end of module 104, it occurred to me why and what I hope to accomplish though Bauman and that is working with the youngsters of today; particulary obese youngsters. As I browsed through articles, forums and blogs it seems the majority of students are pushing towards opening their own adult practices. I would like to know if anyone here has insight to alumni I may have overlooked or shares a similar passion and would like to discuss resources. Feel free to email me directly! Look forward to hearing back...mahalo!

Kumara 808 463-9066
Nutrition Talk / Re: Nature thyroid dosage--Hashimoto's
« Last post by erinm837 on August 20, 2015, 01:54:31 PM »
I am also wondering about this situation.  I was just put on Naturethroid this week after struggling with Hashimoto's for some time.  I was started on 1/2 grain and told to follow up in 6 weeks for an eval and dose increase.

After doing my own research on and on, it seems like this is way too long to be on such a low starting dose and that it may be doing more harm than good to stay on a dose that is too low.  Does anyone have any insight into this?  I know everyone is different but I want to be able to advocate for myself with my doctor and be prepared with information. 
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