Journal Week one
Ok a little background…
I’m far from wealthy, and have struggled in between benefits and working for a long time. A long term brain injury which was only diagnosed from the incident a few years ago has rendered me to flag a lot when going out of depth, or when trying to get off said system. I have absolutely no doubt in my mind that the Injury is more effected from times of poverty than at any other, alternatively doing to well can lead to over compulsive spending and the need for reality checks from time to time. (That’s your reality, not mine I say!)
And so in came the well packaged Thrive box from Brighter presence. The instructions are pretty straightforward, before starting the amino supplements clean out your system with Diatomaceous Earth; This stuff essentially kills off any nasty bugs you may have in your stomach and allows for the Amino supplement to work to their full benefit. I also had a few drops of Iodine, which is virtually non-existant since the beginning of the 20th century in diets.
After a day or so of this, I started on the Aminos, the taste was not the nicest I have tried, common sense after the first pint told me less liquid drink fast is the very best option. Drink it fast and have something to smother the taste if at all possible! You do get used to the taste and actually it gets to the stage that you don’t really mind it after a few days.
I mentioned earlier of my poor position, with the brain injury and limited income i was tending to use these amino’s as almost a replacement to the awful diet which low incomes can credit you with! I have also carried a few bad habits, one of which is smoking cigarettes. I however find it very difficult to give up smoking so was EXTREMEly surprised that on waking the next day I didn’t feel the need of a cigarette. If i had tobacco, i may have smoked but that morning I didn’t. Having my amino’s I literally found that the craving sensation one gets from nicotine withdrawal subsided almost completely. I was also finding myself to be a little more active, and more clarity to my thoughts. After a week of taking the Amino’s I actually think I could give up nicotine for good! This was not an expected outcome but it certainly makes one wonder at the science that may make this the case.
It seems deficiencies in amino’s may cause the cravings, to me. One has to wonder how it may change so many people’s lives eating a healthy diet and propping it up with the amino supplements. Anyone unable to maintain a healthy diet will find that through either mental health or addiction, through difficult periods of time seeking the answers from things not useful to the human body must equate to a huge number of modern issues.
In summary Week one has introduced a whole range of possibilites with the amino’s. Could it be that all this time we have been duped into not seeing the importance of amino acid intakes. Including our so called health authorities! Could it be that by not promoting steady intake of amino’s they can continuously flag us off with pills made to make us docile, drugs and other placebo’s feeding our already bogged down bodies with irrelevant intakes.
Finally is it the case that we don’t know the importance of amino’s because the above authorities and corporations have a much more pliable and controllable general public? That wouldn’t surprise me one bit, however i have only tried this for a small period of time, I would love to see a longer term overall check at how I feel at the end of next week
I will also look this week at other aids to help with my giving up tobacco. I think the amino’s help to relax our cravings and certainly helped me feel more enthused with life than I have been! I haven’t even talked about the L-Tryptophan! I will talk more on that Amino next week
We shall find out at the end of week 2! Stay tuned!