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  1. @impulse9 do you know what triggered your T at the first place? did it came abruptly or slowly over a certain amount of time? thanks for sharing, i'm happy for you! mine is acoustic trauma (fire alarm) it's been 8 months i still have hope it will recover after 1, 2, 3 or 4 years (i'm 30 years old). it's high pitched, somewhere like 12k-15k hz.
  2. @Vignan I just didn't wanted to drink "Gatorade" (owned by Coca-Cola) so I made some research (it's my assumption). For the topic of diet, I look for Michael Greger. Yeah, if you plan longer fast, you have to longer prep (easy in & easy out) proportionally to the time you fast. I have never done this, but for a 14 days water fast, you want to do 1 week to slow down & 1 week to recover. From an healthy diet, carbs is eliminated first, then solid food...
  3. I don't know if that's true, potassium (and electrolytes) are meant to reduce dry tongue, headache, stiffness etc. on the 3rd day. Now i maintain a good level of these minerals by adding seeds in my daily smoothy (sunflower, pumpkins, sesame + more importantly flax seeds for omega-3). I think when you maintain a healthy diet for 1 week (with enough of these minerals) then you don't need to supplement during sports or when entering a fast.
  4. i don't have time to follow leo at the moment, didn't watched the blog bost. isn't 14 days too much for a first fast? when doing 5 days (water fast) several times, i've learned a lot and would know what to expect for a longer fast, 14 is a lot! also people have different amount of fat stored, to fuel energy when fasting, leo seems skinny at first so i don't know if it's enough to sustain 14 days. aiming for 14 days is good tho, even if you do half of it. this is how it worked for me, i took some notes: at least for 1 week : from a whole food plant based diet (no salt, no sugar, no alcohol, no caffeine, low carbs). during the fast, i have backup in the shelve just in case, with juices & carrot juices. the last 2 days or the slow-down (food intake) will be only soup, and then 30g of glauber's salt (on the 3rd day). glauber's salt is diluted in 0,5L of warm water, and drink alternatively with fruit juice (because the taste is awful). ---> trip to the bathroom (purge). after that, i'll have coconut water + water for 2 days, to avoid negative effects when entering ketosis. now you can fast "x" days, i'd start with 5, then 7, then 10, then 14 (with at least 1 month between each). last time i've stopped on day 5 because i was hungry, but i was feeling great. expect ego backslash. food intake have to start slowly after that (1 week) start with cucumber, also yeah bacterias in the guts are totally gone so i eat fermented sauerkraut. when building up bacterias in the guts, AVOID yeast, it can cause auto-brewery syndrome.
  5. @integral i think my motivation is to experiment with new things... keep what works. (optimization in general)
  6. @integral there is nothing wrong with eggs, it's just not designed to be eaten by humans. you probably like eggs (emotions) tho the cortex is sitting on top of the limbic system so you're trying to find justifications. number 1 cause of death in usa is cardio-vascular diseases. number 1 cause of cardio-vascular diseases in food industry : trans fat number 1 cause of cardio-vascular diseases (non-industrial) food : the yolk in eggs (michael greger says, eating 1 egg a day for 10 years = smoking 5 cigarettes a day for 10 years) tom campbell says entropy is quite low when it comes to health, which means consciousness have a great impact on it. there is too much money, too much information, everyone is lost and that's on purpose. have you heard, drinking 1 glass of wine a day have health benefits? if your diet is the "default" choice in the western world, then you're most likely to be in trouble at some point. peace
  7. @integral what do you want to hear?
  8. the person who made this video clearly have a bias against vegan. vegan community can be toxic, it's mostly about not killing animals no about health, so yeah i think this thread is a reminder not to give into non-sense conversation i haven't been eating meat for 10 years, i climb 7a and run marathons (the past 2 years i removed eggs and dairy).
  9. @ajai my take on cards reading and things like that (seeing the future in tea leaves...) is a way to communicate with your subconscious, which knows everything about the universe, because it's you. it's too frightening to face this directly, so people use "tools" and put authority on the cards... "We are all made of stars" -Moby
  10. i once did a regression hypnosis on youtube, the steps goes as follow: make the listener relaxed, using an "anchor" like a sound, a sensation or a smell... "think about something that makes you comfortable" kinda you have to feel at home, in a secure environment. i picked lavender, cuz it's abundant where i come from. then the host ask you to visualize you're in a "secret" place like a garden or a chapel. here, you have to use a "symbol" to unlock your mind and explore a bit... pick the one you prefer: opening a door, tunnel, going up spiral staircase, going down spiral staircase, going underwater... going down spiral staircase: 1 floor = 1 year (if you go past your birth, you can see your past lives). just let your mind decide and "pick" something interesting to show you. the higher-self, and external forces knows exactly what you need to see. after you open the door (or whatever...) you will see random pictures in your head, for me it was like slide-projector. i decided to pick one of the pictures and pay more attention to it. at this point, it was like i was here - most senses were engaged, with realism and details, not just physical senses but how i felt in this life. it was eyes opening to realize that we all can do things like "visit" other places.
  11. Frank Medrano (no equipment)