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From: Sally James (109.156.120.239)
Subject:         Re: Having a tough time
Date: September 13, 2013 at 4:53 am PST

In Reply to: Re: Having a tough time posted by Dr. Doug Graham on September 13, 2013 at 1:30 am:

Dear Dr D, thank you for your reassuring words. My heart tells me
801010 is the perfect diet yet my head keeps doubting.

After we discussed that the problems I have been experiencing on
801010 could be being caused by my adrenals glands, I hit the
internet to try to find answers. BAD IDEA! I came across this..........

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"Many of us rough up our adrenals with carbohydrates. In the
intestines these carbohydrates become glucose, which is absorbed
into the blood where glucose is already in precise balance with
oxygen. This shoots up the blood sugar level. The balance is
destroyed and the body is in crisis. Hormones pour from the adrenal
casings and marshal every chemical resource for dealing with it. Most
important is insulin from the endocrine "islets" of the pancreas.

This hormone is concerned specifically with holding down blood
sugar level, in "antagonism" to adrenal hormones concerned with
keeping it up. All these chemical matters proceed at emergency pace,
with a to-be-expected result. Going so fast it goes too far. The
bottom drops out of the blood sugar level, and a second crisis comes
out of the first.

Pancreatic "islets" have to be shut down. And so do some of the
"departments" of the adrenal casings. But other adrenal hormones
must be produced, to regulate the reversing of the chemical direction
and get the blood sugar level up again.

After a number of years, the end results are damaged adrenals. They
are whipped, not so much because they've been overworked, as
because they've been made to jerk about out of balance (chemically
speaking) so many, many times.

The carbohydrates which keep the adrenals healthy are those which
are slowly absorbed and are the bodily conversion products of
proteins and fats and of green vegetables e.g. meats, eggs, and
"good" fats compared to carbohydrates.

Cholesterol is a steroid (fat-soluble organic compound) lipid (fat),
found in the cell membranes of all body tissues.

Therefore adrenal malfunction is a fat deficiency. So the first step is
simple and logical: eat more fat, especially cholesterol–rich fats
contained in animal meats, eggs, fish, especially butter, which also
contain all of fat soluble vitamins A, D and E. The adrenals cannot
make adrenal hormones out of cholesterol without vitamin A. Second,
our adrenals regulate sugar balance. You will make their job much
easier if you don't eat any simple sugar and limit your total daily
carbohydrate consumption.
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Eating such large amounts of simple sugars for 2 years seems like a
disaster for me! Perhaps this is what has created my adrenal
problems?

Sorry for this long post, thank you so much for reading

Sally x

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