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Checking in and .... help... #2658397 07/02/17 02:17 PM
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Just thought I'd check in. Some remember me. Mainly want to offer some knowledge of help for everyone. It's because I finally am getting rid of the pain in my legs/lower back. It's been 2 1/2 years. It's made life tough. Doctors have been less than no help. (I won't even bother to get into them) ... Recently the pain increased. My body got to the point of Total Body Meltdown. I'd pray to God to allow me to pass into the next life in my sleep. The answer was no. So I went looking, again, for help. I did know there was always something lacking in my body. Always. I'm confident I finally found it. Now.... I'm in my first month on a program. Recovering. Getting rid of pain for the first time in years. I'm even thinking of playing piano again. Partly because of what this does and how important it is. The medical industry ignores it. Plays it down as not important. I'll list a couple books by; Dr. Carolyn Dean .... this is deadly important... It will help everybody, greatly. Even little things like stage fright and anxiety. For your own good. Don't take this lightly. It's important.
The Magnesium Miracle... Dr. Carolyn Dean. ... Also Invisible Minerals Part I and II. They'll explain in depth what I'm talking about.
Another you should be interested in by Dr. Dean is; Death by Modern Medicine. This is an inside look at how bad the situation is.

I truly do wish everyone the best. I've just now gotten to wanting the increased sophistication of my nervous system that piano trains. I'm not sure if I will start again. Got lots to do here since I'm finally recovering. Finally! I do still have my excellent Kawai piano keyboard. Still have all I had. An excellent learning system. I'm not sure. I'll see.
I seriously wanted to offer help to others that I have discovered. I have no financial connection in anyway or otherwise to the author.


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Re: Checking in and .... help... [Re: rnaple] #2658405 07/02/17 02:30 PM
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Hey Ron, good to see you! I was thinking about you recently as I heard some Schumann and remembered that you left the forum (mostly) about the time of the Schumann recital.
Hope you feel good enough to get back to your Kawai soon!


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You sound sad despite the good news, rnaple! Thank you for your message, and I hope you keep on improving!!!! smile

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Ron! Sheesh, I sure hope all this works and you get some relief and can do some things you haven't been able to - whether it's piano or anything else. But it's good to hear from you! And thanks for thinking of us with your recommendation.

Hope things keep getting better!


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Re: Checking in and .... help... [Re: rnaple] #2658492 07/02/17 10:27 PM
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Hiya malkin... Yup... I had that accident just before the Schumann recital. Had a nice easy little piece. Had to drop it and everything. Was living in constant debilitating pain. I still feel bad about it. Just hoping people understood. It hasn't been easy the last couple years. I got a little better. But not much. If ya read that book. It will clearify what has actually happened.

Hi Albunea... Thank you for the good wishes.

Probably at this point. If I don't get back to practicing piano. It will only be because I truly believe that my God has something more for me to spend time on. Have to admit. All I've been through in the last 15 years. If I had discovered the ignorance and malnutrition about Magnesium before this. I might have gone nuts doing all kinds of hobbies. Have done all sorts in the past in my life. Was mostly a waste of time. It's as if I've been set free now. I can't let go of the riches I've gained through my tribulations, from God. I've learned alot.

I truly do believe that Magnesium will help everybody. Problems people have talked about. I know I always had a lack of something. Didn't know what it was? Now I do. Even problems practicing piano. How I could practice and practice, and get little out of it. Problems with nerves, etc. etc. What people talk about in problems. Especially us older people. Now I know.
Gee.... I remember getting down just six bars, right hand only, on a simple version of Schindler's List. Yes, I did it perfectly. I remember my teacher freaking out and yelling how I got all the hesitations and all. She told me she was impressed. For one thing, I know music. The other is that I spent 16 hours just getting that. It took a whole lot out of me too. A whole lot. Recently I've been thinking on why that was. Now I know... it was my lack of magnesium. I thought about this and thought I should come here and let people know. Look into this. Read those books I listed. It's just earnest, honest, charitable giving of help to you all. That's all...

Oh Hiya Cathy! Good to hear back from you. Thanks for the good wishes. Wish you the best.

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Re: Checking in and .... help... [Re: rnaple] #2658498 07/02/17 11:20 PM
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Originally Posted by rnaple
Hiya malkin... Yup... I had that accident just before the Schumann recital. Had a nice easy little piece. Had to drop it and everything. Was living in constant debilitating pain. I still feel bad about it. Just hoping people understood. It hasn't been easy the last couple years. I got a little better. But not much. If ya read that book. It will clearify what has actually happened.

Hi Albunea... Thank you for the good wishes.

Probably at this point. If I don't get back to practicing piano. It will only be because I truly believe that my God has something more for me to spend time on. Have to admit. All I've been through in the last 15 years. If I had discovered the ignorance and malnutrition about Magnesium before this. I might have gone nuts doing all kinds of hobbies. Have done all sorts in the past in my life. Was mostly a waste of time. It's as if I've been set free now. I can't let go of the riches I've gained through my tribulations, from God. I've learned alot.

I truly do believe that Magnesium will help everybody. Problems people have talked about. I know I always had a lack of something. Didn't know what it was? Now I do. Even problems practicing piano. How I could practice and practice, and get little out of it. Problems with nerves, etc. etc. What people talk about in problems. Especially us older people. Now I know.
Gee.... I remember getting down just six bars, right hand only, on a simple version of Schindler's List. Yes, I did it perfectly. I remember my teacher freaking out and yelling how I got all the hesitations and all. She told me she was impressed. For one thing, I know music. The other is that I spent 16 hours just getting that. It took a whole lot out of me too. A whole lot. Recently I've been thinking on why that was. Now I know... it was my lack of magnesium. I thought about this and thought I should come here and let people know. Look into this. Read those books I listed. It's just earnest, honest, charitable giving of help to you all. That's all...

Oh Hiya Cathy! Good to hear back from you. Thanks for the good wishes. Wish you the best.



I hope you are working through this with the assistance of a physician. Extreme personal diet activity can be dangerous without professional guidance.

Good Luck to you


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Originally Posted by dmd

I hope you are working through this with the assistance of a physician. Extreme personal diet activity can be dangerous without professional guidance.
Good Luck to you


wink Yup... I'll be sure to do that. Just as soon as I'm finished reading: Death by Modern Medicine. whome
Thank you for the 'good luck'... I'm doing great now.


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Originally Posted by rnaple
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I hope you are working through this with the assistance of a physician. Extreme personal diet activity can be dangerous without professional guidance.
Good Luck to you


wink Yup... I'll be sure to do that. Just as soon as I'm finished reading: Death by Modern Medicine. whome
Thank you for the 'good luck'... I'm doing great now.




You might enjoy Wheat Belly, but Doctor Davis. He has several books. I switched over to a grain free lifestyle 3 years ago now and will never look back. His books also talk a lot about chronic pain, which he feels is many times due to the food we eat.


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Magnesium? That's bananas! I eat loads. they send me to sleep and I wake up half an hour later ready for (almost) anything . . . .
tell me if i got this wrong . . . grin

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Magnesium? That's bananas! :


Bananas provide both potassium and magnesium.


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Re: Checking in and .... help... [Re: rnaple] #2660056 07/09/17 12:53 PM
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Good to hear from you all...
Thank you bSharp(C)yclist... I'm always open for info on health.
Oh Peter.... That must be why you're always so much fun!
You could follow BillyBob... he downs 54 ounces of Doughnuts for his daily 400mg of Magnesium. BillyBob is just too smart for all of us. Doh!
Thanks John... How's Reseda? Besides the air pollution. smile


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Another suggesting for something that may very well help greatly. A mineral called: Shungite. Everyone should look into it. It appears to be a fantastic mineral? Besides... a pyramid, or sphere, or egg, of this stuff, would look nice on top of your piano. smile

I looked into this because of a suggestion to look into EMF and RF pollution. It's becoming a serious health hazard.

I'm not here selling anything. I don't have any connection whatsoever with any of this stuff. I just bought and use it.


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