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April 26, 2013



Enjoy getting in touch with your inner cavewoman! I hope it helps and you'll be feeling just peachy in no time! I'm thinking maybe I should up the protein intake a bit too, been feeling a little "zombie-like" myself lately. thanks so much for sharing!


Hooray for protein! So glad it's a drugless fix. You'll be sharper than a tack before you know it!

Judy Jung

I'm taking massive doeses of Vitamin D, too!! Who knew the body quits processing things like it used to!! So glad you found out what was wrong and can fix it!!!! Sounds like you need a steak dinner!!!! And eggs for breakfast. Hugs.

Linda C Baker

Glad you found out the problem. I have been feeling the same way. I attribute it to lack of sleep and being over 50, but maybe it is diet too. Thanks for sharing!

Dawn T

glad it's an easy fix for you Deborah. Cut back on the carbs and increase the protein. Protein shakes are a great way to get added protein with out having to munch through a huge amount of red meat! Take care and I'm sure you'll feel better quickly

Sue Speck

Outside of an end-stage alcoholic (who drinks his meals), or a person in a third world country who is literally starving, there is virtually no way a person getting sufficient calories can be deficient in protein. God knows the importance of protein and that's why He put it into absolutely everything - including fruit. If you weigh more than you like, believe me - you're getting more than enough protein. If you are one of those extremely rare individuals who has trouble processing protein, then you'd have had issues in a variety of ways by now. I know this isn't what you'd like to hear, but I really hope you put yourself into the hands of a good nutritionist instead of a doctor who has likely received a miniscule average of 4 hours of nutrional studies during his entire medical schooling. Excess protein burdens the body and makes it highly acidic - a condition which hampers the body in dealing with whatever your real problem is. That's why I'm hoping you'll consult with an expert who has received sufficient training to be able to really help you. This is about more than "not enough protein", Deborah. I wish you well, am sending you blessings, and will keep you in my prayers.

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