Diatomaceous Earth


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Can you read? I used the word "lunatic."

Do you know the difference?

If you insist on eating sand, I would recommend you stay away from the beach.

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So calling someone a lunatic isn't an insult. We must live in different worlds.

I can either go by your opinion or I can go by the results I'm achieving and I choose results over opinion.

I'm only on my second week and my progress is actually faster than expected.

I'm due for blood work in about three weeks and I'll see what changes occur.
 
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Of course it's an insult.

What do you expect when you go around eating dirt?

But it's not calling someone an idiot. Notice the difference in spelling?

Harte
And of course if you said that to me in person, I'd bust your nose.

This conversation isn't even worth having because you've made up your mind with out researching the subject.

It's not dirt even though you'll persist in believing that.

So lets move on so I can continue this experiment and others I'm working on.
 

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Look what you're saying here - that I've made up my mind about dirt eating.

Okay, I'll plead guilty to that.

Harte
 
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Look what you're saying here - that I've made up my mind about dirt eating.

Okay, I'll plead guilty to that.

Harte
That's not what I said. I said you made up your mind that it's dirt.

It's not dirt, it's taken from underwater life forms.
 
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Sand is silicate and horsetail and other lifeforms such as the ones from under the water convert it to silica.

Cucumbers, beer and other things people ingest have silica.

This is my last post on the subject, you'll believe what you choose to believe and that's fine.

I didn't post this thread for a debate. It was posted to see what results others had positive or negative.
 

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We all want to improve health in one way or another.

However, while some supplements can definitely help, there is absolutely no evidence that diatomaceous earth is one of them.

Eating sand just does not appear to be beneficial for humans, nor natural.
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My friend had me try this, as I am in a lot of pain and may have an expensive 2018 ahead of me....

It had a placebo effect because my mystery pain disappeared the next day, only to return a day after that with massive cramps. So, I decided to back off this stuff. My thought was that if I had some sort of blockage, perhaps it would help...? Anyway, it's made of silica and is basically glass/sand, and some sources say it does nothing for the body. You're not supposed to breath it in, either.

Curious --- has anyone here honestly had this stuff help them with anything?

It is normally used to shred apart the bodies of insects.

I'll stick to modern medicine for now.
 
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I still use it, but have cut back on the amount.

I've had to cut back on the various things I've been taking, because when everything is added together, the calories start getting out of hand.

I'm coming to the conclusion that the main factor in our health as in anything else is our belief system.