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Lactic accidosis
« on: October 05, 2018, 08:59:03 PM »

Anyone heard of this term?
Primarily caused by excess sugar / carbs consumption and hence excess sugar burning which the body is not designed to run on (sugar) for long sustained periods of time.  However this is exactly what is happening nowadays with the our diets and the amount of grains / carbs and sugar we are consuming on a daily basis. Bread or candy = same thing.
According to  research  the negative effects of this (excessive sugar burning) over time translates into many many different symptoms in our body > ranging from ulcers and acny to diabetes and arthritis.

And according to Dr Darren Schmidt this is the root cause of many symptoms that people are experiencing today in their bodies. We are talking about 100s of different symptoms.
Would love for someone else with more understanding of this to chime in.

It feels like a lot of therapies out there not only for peyronies but other symptoms as well like heart disease or even diabetes is all about dabbling and messing around with the diagnoses / ie symptom. But nothing to do with looking in the direction of trying to address the original cause of the symptom.


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Re: Lactic accidosis
« Reply #1 on: October 06, 2018, 04:25:51 PM »

NeoV has some great posts re the benefits of low carb anti-inflammatory diets.
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