Jun 08, 2012 - 8:15 am
started on gcmaf yesterday, got a runny nose.
it costs $170 dollars aud a week , planning for a 30 weeks program. we are stuffed financially temporarily but i have no will power when promising alternative advocates smile and says this is worth a shot. these are friends i trust. well here is hoping.
will check nagalase levels after 8 weeks to see if its worth the dollars.
anyone else done nagalase testing in conjunction with cea tests ?
especially when still nothing on the table as far as treatments from conventional.
i need to sell assets but so far wife not agreeing. so i have been cutting back non essential supplements and doctors visits and tests. this has in itself been kind of stressful. the positive to having more focused therapies / supplements is i guess i can tie the biological results to what i am trying.
its only money i keep telling myself. the compound interest on the credit cards is about as scary as the rate of cea rise.
its taking a while to get the emotions of fear, frustration and dissapointment under control with regard to the latest cea rise.
anyway thats life downunder. i am questioning many aspects of the alternative program i am on.
the only good news is that my gut dysbios is back big time, that my over zealous enemas may have upset my gut bacteria. certainly got some symptoms leakage, gas etc etc recently. that i should have realised was a problem with gut bacteria. so maybe these are somehow related to my rising cea.
so i am back onto progurt probiotic that fixed my gut ultra quick a few months ago.
anyway i am really interested if anyone else has tried gcmaf or has any stories.
smile its a lovelly day to be searching for health.
still sticking to the vegan diet, but its on a short leash.
my peace of mind has deserted me momentarily, like my mobile phone for 24 hours.
i think loosing my phone and my contacts, recordings and photos was as stressful the cea rise.
how a test result can tip my world upside down is intriuging for me. i need to realise is still am well, have no symptoms and great health. to let a test result dampen my mood is kind silly, i don't want to ignore the result, just deal with the result appropriately.
i am going to have to come up with a good framework for coping with "setup backs", thats what the alternative crowd call normal tumour progression.
just a few randon thoughts here, soon the peace of sleep, it can come a minute to soon.