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Labyrinth

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My theory of food sensitivity
« on: September 15, 2014, 04:32:57 PM »
Helllo , i found out interesting thing u may already know it but i would like to make it more clear , why those who have pois and drink too much caffiene end up having food sensitivities like wheat grain and whatever

In my child hood i had a history of eczema cuz of mousqitoe bite that led to skin flare all over my body am sure 100% that this has a role in my pois cuz after i developed tolerance to mousqitoe bite at 15 i started my puberty and pois showed up it seems for me like the semen cross reacts with something in mousqitoe saliva , well that is too difcult to interpret , what i want ro say is that our adrenal fatigue that is caused by pois and caffiene overconsumption has lead to reduction of cortisol level " produced by adrenals " and hence immune malfunction and evolving of food sensitivity , usually multiple food sensitivity ,  and by that way it gonna make matter worse ;(( , the only way is to resolve the adrenal fatigue " exercise" good sleep increase oils and cholesterol , pois is not just tiredness after ejaculation , it has effect on all systems of the body , it has to be taken seriously by doctors who are reckless , if all doctors report such illness to authority and take the prob seriously and raised to a public level it can be treated , but we are only the tip of iceberg , thank u fo. Reading

POIS of 10 yrs now

Labyrinth

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Re: My theory of food sensitivity
« Reply #1 on: September 15, 2014, 04:34:06 PM »
I think i need cortisol , but any idea what should i take and the dosage if any one has tried cortisol !!!!
POIS of 10 yrs now

Jimmy

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Re: My theory of food sensitivity
« Reply #2 on: September 15, 2014, 05:28:52 PM »
I think It's too risky to take cortisol without medical supervision.

So please consult a doctor if you are planning to take cortisol.