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I never remember birthdays or anniversaries

... even my own.

I have been a member on DP for seven years and seven days.

Oh, one more thing. The hair is original equipment, and it is glorious. But alas, the beard is now grey.

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People, dig into the archives and read some of Jive's posts from the exiting days of 2007-2008. There are some real gems.

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Congratulations, Monsieur. :)

Congratulations, Monsieur. :)

"Cyril" pronounced "see real". I code stuff.


"To study and not think is a waste. To think and not study is dangerous." -- Confucius


Congratulations and sooooo lucky to have the photo with Dr. Paul~ I've been non-lurker and official member for 2 yrs 22 days and 22 hours =))

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of both of you, congrats for the 7/7. Amazing how quickly seven years goes by, right?

Albert Einstein also had a copper deficiency. Grey/white hair.

Einstein died of a burst aortic aneurysm.

Copper is needed to make elastin for healthy blood vessels and joints and tendons.

Copper is needed to provide hair color also.

Grey/white hair is an idiot light indicating hidden defects in connective tissue production.

I reversed the trend with Ultimate selenium with copper. One bottle/50# body weight per month for healing.

The beard on my cheeks was 100% white. Now about 50%. Varicose veins and hemorrhoids significantly reduced.

Selenium and Copper are synergistic, each prevents the other from becoming toxic.

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This Explains A Lot

"Many of the excellent food sources of copper are leafy greens, including turnip greens, spinach, Swiss chard, kale, and mustard greens."

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But, copper content depends on where the greens were grown.

Soil analysis for copper in the soil.

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interesting evaluation there Paul_S

I just had an HTMA (hair tissue mineral analysis) and they found "hidden copper". They can't really see it but see the other markers that tell the doctors it's there. The copper is bio unavailable in this form and so they supplement with an available copper that then allows the body to give up the wrong copper. Or so the theory goes. Dr Wilson also points out that copper is the female mineral and zinc the male mineral. So he wants the right amount for each. And he also writes selenium is very important too.

At 57 I have have very little grey hair and have actually lost some hair during this process and the hair I have lost is the grey.

I suspect I got my overdose of copper related to my work.

And don't forget iodine and he likes kelp as a source as we take in too many iodine antagonist with chlorine/fluorine/bromine.

Interesting too you mention Einstein and I have a theory. These bright people make history (and maybe because of mineral imbalances)and then burn out or go crazy.


Both Einstien and I used tobacco.

The liver uses copper to detoxify nicotine, leaving the body copper deficient.

I suspect copper may be used to detoxify other toxins.

Are you referring to Lawrence Wilson, MD? http://www.drlwilson.com/

Ingredients Ultimate Selenium: http://www.wallachonline.com/products/specificproducts.htm

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that would be the Wilson

Well it be an interesting study. It looks like Wallach thinks minerals are very important too.



Wallach has done 17,500 autopsies on 453 different species.

The animals that died of natural causes, not trauma or infection, died of nutritional deficiencies based on autopsy evidence.

If that is true, then 90% of medical costs could be eliminated with proper nutrition.

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yes he was a vet and went

to The Natural Health college here in my home town. Wilson has an interesting history too. Too sick after medical school and the treatments he learned in school didn't work. So he studied the natural world.

I knew long ago that this decade or more long fall into disrepair requiring all these drugs and surgery was not the way we were designed to live. And then there are those that think because we have access to "health care" now and doctors and their drugs and invasive procedures we will be better off.

I haven't found that to be true. Their procedures lower our vitality and remove organs we should live a lifetime with. And the health issues could be mostly/all related to poor nutrition.

Dr Wilson has a theory that in the absence of the proper minerals our body will attract and take up toxic metals that have some of the compounds the body is looking for and then is stuck with the toxic part. It all seems to fit based on my experience and so we keep studying.

Thanks for the info Paul_S and now it's time for my sauna and coffee enema and then off to expose myself to more copper. Properly protected this time.



I think Dr. Paul has more white in his eyebrows now too. :)

Happy Anniversary shat-for-brains

... with love, from another shat-for-brains !

I've got CRS disease too.