I am tired all the time. What vitamins and minerals should I check for deficiencies?

I am tired all the time. What vitamins and minerals should I check for deficiencies?

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Eat liver once a week

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Kek, hairloss advice. Gottem.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Liver is the most nutritious food.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Source: trust me bro

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            You can look it up, nutrition facts are public knowledge you contrarian b***h.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Bro I also eat liver regularly as well as any other organ meat I happen to come across. That stuff does help a lot.

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Just do a general panel and they will tell you. In my case there were different things causing fatigue at different times
    >chronic stress and low iron the first time
    >chronic stress, copper poisoning and low magnesium the second time
    >chronic stress and low vitamin D the third time
    >removed stress, turned out to be undiagnosed food allergies

    So maybe check for food allergies or gut issues first, since a torn up gut will inhibit your mineral absorption. Additionally removing the source of chronic stress helped a lot, to the point where I had energy to investigate other causes. Chronic stress will also frick you up so choose life and frick stress and any people or situations that are causing you excessive turmoil.

    I also did the cdf protocol for a year which got rid of my chronic joint pain that kept me from being able to run or move very well.

    I still have low energy now, but it's just poor sleep (I get woken up about twice a night). Still functioning better now than I used to before all that.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      What were the undiagnosed food allergies?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        For me it is
        >wheat
        >onions
        >peanuts
        >tree nuts (not cashews at least)
        >shellfish, scallops etc.
        >sesame seeds
        >all the pollen
        >also cats and dogs 🙁

        With all this my diet is only meat, vegetables, fruit and dairy. So I am actually forced to only eat healthy foods since pretty much anything processed has onions or wheat.

        Oh and fun fact, I get a reaction (just get nauseous and super sleepy, bad digestive effects later on) to cheapo eggs and $1 per lb chicken because they feed the chickens so much onions. If I get farm or organic eggs or chicken I don't have a problem. Also regular beans are also not my friend, could be related to the onions and peanut thing (both legumes).

        Another interesting thing I found was that a lot of the food I am allergic to is not recommended for my blood type either.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Lol forgot the word filter again. It's śòÿ allergy not onions. Funny enough I knew a guy who had an onion allergy.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          How did you find out about the food allergies, do they have a panel for that?

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            I got all my kids tested because two were having weird digestive issues. Turned out the two were allergic to milk and eggs. When the results came back I decided I should probably get tested as well since I knew there were other allergy sufferers on my side. It's a just a blood draw and a panel. They test for the most common allergens, but you can request others if you want. I requested to be tested for yeast allergy in addition (came back negative obvs). I got mine done at the pediatrician's office lol, but any LNP and higher can request it.

            Most of those are already rather inflammatory, almost half of those I tell people to avoid or eat in moderation. Sad about the dogs and pollen.

            Yeah I got lucky in a way, I had already stopped eating wheat and was avoiding šôý. Peanuts aren't even supposed to be eaten by humans. They are host to a pathogenic fungus and they have to be treated with metric fricktons of fungicide to be edible. Frick peanuts.

            I'm sad about the dogs and cats too. I've had many pets in the past but now that they've all died off I won't get more. I am friends with my neighbor's cats at least, and I'm okay with loving on them and having to deal with it after. Just can't live with the dander being a constant thing. I used to let my old cat sleep on my bed next to my face, and would wake up every day confused about the allergies lmao.

            Injections of hCG did it for me bro.
            eroids.net. I followed the protocol from Dr Skally, who has been shit all over my mainstream zog, indicating he's on to something. Look for his docs on resetting the hormonal axis HTPA. 1000-2000IU sub-q every 3 days. Turns out the flatlined test and hormone profile from being on roids, is similar to the flatline that commonly occurs in males after brain injury (Dr Mark Gordon).

            Look for someone who has it on sale/decent price. Watch youtube for injection advice. You'll need those 1ml insulin needles and bacteriostatic water.

            > t. had brain injury from hypoxia and concussion, and did every supplement, workout routine, extensive blood testing (Defy medical, out of florida), some help from nelson vargel (excelmale forum), hyperbaric o2 (helped. make sure it's 1.5atm 2x a day for an hour each for a month), TMS (electromagnets that fire impulses into the motor cortex and frontal lobes, improving brain timing and cohesiveness). Only the last treatment is now covered by medicare.

            Search for 'late treatment of brain injury with hyperbaric oxygenation'. You should find a 2 page, easily readable paper that has Dr Neubauer as one of the two authors.

            Dude this is great information. Thanks for this

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Most of those are already rather inflammatory, almost half of those I tell people to avoid or eat in moderation. Sad about the dogs and pollen.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      how much does the general panel cost?

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

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    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      There's a chick at my gym that is decently buff and still has nice breasts.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Don't tease me like that without a pic brother, every girl that has the tiniest modicum of muscle is either flat chested or bogged

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Holy frick Miruko makes my wiener so hard.

    bunny girls >>>>>>> cat girls

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      best girl

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        ruined by the author though

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          absolute tragedy. literally stopped reading the manga because of it. edgy for the sake of being edgy.

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Injections of hCG did it for me bro.
    eroids.net. I followed the protocol from Dr Skally, who has been shit all over my mainstream zog, indicating he's on to something. Look for his docs on resetting the hormonal axis HTPA. 1000-2000IU sub-q every 3 days. Turns out the flatlined test and hormone profile from being on roids, is similar to the flatline that commonly occurs in males after brain injury (Dr Mark Gordon).

    Look for someone who has it on sale/decent price. Watch youtube for injection advice. You'll need those 1ml insulin needles and bacteriostatic water.

    > t. had brain injury from hypoxia and concussion, and did every supplement, workout routine, extensive blood testing (Defy medical, out of florida), some help from nelson vargel (excelmale forum), hyperbaric o2 (helped. make sure it's 1.5atm 2x a day for an hour each for a month), TMS (electromagnets that fire impulses into the motor cortex and frontal lobes, improving brain timing and cohesiveness). Only the last treatment is now covered by medicare.

    Search for 'late treatment of brain injury with hyperbaric oxygenation'. You should find a 2 page, easily readable paper that has Dr Neubauer as one of the two authors.

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