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SB_UK
11-12-14, 10:34 AM
Have constant gum disease.
Just tried salt + bicarb for 30 minutes.
Pain diminishes.
Better able to concentrate.

As in much better ... ...

Question ?
Bacterial growth in mouth triggers central/peripheral inflammation triggers problems thinking (anxiety) and in the joints (seemed to reduce joint and hip pain - almost to zero - for a while).

So - conclusion ?
Alkalizing diet/Ketosis diet [= vegan vegetablearian] - suppress bacterial growth eliminate inflammation.

Possibly ... ... ...

SB_UK
11-12-14, 11:28 AM
Rheumatoid arthritis and the role of oral bacteria

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3084578/

So

Sensitive ADDer -> insensitive environment -> self medication (sweet / fatty foods)* -> sugar/starch -> gum disease -> bacterial doubling time 20 minutes -> gum disease -> peripheral/central inflammation -> anxiety/RA

Sensitive ADDer -> insensitive environment -> self medication (sweet / fatty foods)* -> sugar/starch/fat -> diabesity -> Alzheimer's disease (Type 'III' diabetes)

Sensitive ADDer -> insensitive environment -> self medication (sweet / fatty foods)* -> sugar -> cancer (Warburg effect)

Sensitive ADDer -> insensitive environment -> self medication -> drug addiction, alcoholism, criminal behaviour, extreme behaviour

Sensitive ADDer -> insensitive environment -> chronic stress -> diseases of (malfunctioning/insensitive) immune system eg asthma

Sensitive ADDer -> insensitive environment -> self medication (sweet / fatty foods)* -> sugar/starch/fat -> hypertension/cardio and central vascular disease

Sensitive ADDer -> insensitive environment -> chronic stress -> dysautonomia -> diseases of broken autonomic system eg POTs

Sensitive ADDer -> insensitive environment -> chronic stress -> mental diseases of daily living ie anxiety,depression (as opposed to autism -> schizophrenia)

* See rat park - morphine admin plus observation that naloxone destroys sweet/fatty food attraction

SB_UK
11-12-14, 11:36 AM
Is Inflammation Causing Your Anxiety?

http://www.calmlivingblueprint.com/8/