I just got back from your house, picking up my third
round of products. This time when I arrived home, I quickly
went to the shelves, unpacked them, and placed each in
their place -- in alphabetical order. It took about five
I just had a chance to read the messages on the message
board. The fact is, like I told you, I've had so much
vigor and energy this past month I've driven cross country
in the blizzard, started a new work project, and haven't
really had as much time to just sit and be online, something
I did a lot when my energy was lower -- before I started
One of the reasons I'm writing is just to respond to
some of the emails on the board -- especially the newcomers
that feel so overwhelmed. I was pretty surprised
tonight, as I took the supplements out of the box. My
mind wasn't reeling like it was in the beginning. The
program is a lot of work, but it's getting easier and
As I've shared with you, I made up labeled baggies for
each day -- pre breakfast, breakfast, pre lunch, lunch,
pre supper, supper, and nighttime. I made up one
month's worth of these. Then I have seven little
tupperware containers, one for each day of the week.
On the front, I have written which natcells I take that
day. I put the day's worth of baggies in there,
and just take it with me wherever I go -- whether that's
to LA or Minnesota. One day a month, I take the
time to fill all my little baggies for the month.
I do this by using cupcake pans, much like a pharmacist
would do, and a master list for each time of day, pre-breakfast,
etc. It takes a little effort, but by spending this
half-day organizing my supplements, I don't have to think
about it again for the month. I have all my breakfast
shake products organized by the blender or close by in
I guess what I'm trying to say is that although this
program takes work, it takes a lot more work to live life
without any energy. And it does become easier and
more habitual to use your program.
Thank you for your work.
Thank you for your daily support when this was so overwhelming
and I was so terribly scared of the diagnosis I had received.
I'm going to wait another month or so to get my bloodwork
done. I've had this disease for thirty years, so I know
it's going to take some time. The bottom line is, the
better I feel, the less I care what my numbers are --
although I would love to be free of HepC.
My prayers and encouragement go out to everyone on the
Re: Learning how to deal with your program, its like
Thanks for the lamb pancreas. It feels a lot better to
my system. I'll bring the pork back to you. That
was very sweet.
I just remembered the first month, Lloyd. I stared at
all these bottles, and names of stuff I was taking, and
just felt overwhelmed. It felt like I'd spent my whole
life taking these things -- from the time I get up until
I go to bed. And sometimes that's what it feels like I'm
But it is getting easier. And my body really
likes all this stuff.
I think we want magic pills, magic cures -- like an aspirin
for a headache. We want to take one thing and make it
go away. Well Hep C isn't like that. We need to
start feeding our bodies a lot of stuff to get it to do
the job it needs to do. And it's overwhelming at times.
The biggest thing i can compare it to was when I brought
one of my kid's home from giving birth, and had a newborn
to take care of. Right now, my liver is like a newborn
baby. It's demanding a lot of attention and care
almost round the clock.