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Dear Tim,

Thank you for your quick response.  I just wanted to let you know that my curiosity got the better of me so I downloaded your book.  I just wanted to tell you that I am impressed so far.  It looks like there is a lot of good info in your book even though some of it may not apply to me. I am really interested in nutrition already and am pretty health conscious so I love learning new things.

I have just had time so far to skim through it  and then went right to the part on tongue fissures/indentations.  Luckily my tongue is not anywhere near as bad as the one in the picture but I still found that a lot of what you said applied to me.  I’ve tried a lot of different supplements and I’ve always wondered if I had a problem with malabsorbtion. Just yesterday somebody mentioned taking Hydrochloride to me so I thought that it was real interesting that this remedy was listed under the fissures section.  I also have been turned down for giving blood quite often because of not having enough iron/hemoglobin and that was also mentioned in there. The section on dehydration also applies to me because I can drink a lot of water and still feel dehydrated.  I also have a lot of problems with insomnia (i.e. last night – that’ why I need to not sit down and read your book tonight because my kitchen is still calling me too).

Anyway, I just had to write and let you know that I am eager and excited to sit down and really read your book (hopefully tomorrow night).

Until then, I will visualize a healthy tongue that absorbs all the nutrients.  Actually, it has not been too bad lately but I know that it can change.  I’ll keep you posted.


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About the Author Tim McMahon

  • Marekiaro says:

    I am fructose inolterant which is when you can’t absorb fructose a sugar found in fruit. I have yeast overgrowth in my intestines and just started the yeast free diet today. Do you think there is any hope that the yeast infection could be causing the fructose intolerance by messing with the intestines ability to properly make enzymes. I’m desperate to eat fructose again and am going out on a limb here. Do you think I have a prayer?

    • Tim McMahon says:

      Dear Mare,

      I wouldn’t be at all surprised if yeast is causing your intolerance. It is nasty stuff and causes all kinds of digestion problems, including lactose intolerance. Since yeast feeds on sugar if you feed them any kind of sugar they can bloom and cause more problems.

      The major problem is that yeast isn’t easy to get rid of. Most Doctors want to write you a quick prescription that lasts 3 weeks at most. Unfortunately, as any High School biology student can tell you, when the environment gets hostile yeast forms spores and can hibernate there for ages. So after the treatment is done they come out and repopulate. Fortunately, the body has a defense, i.e. probiotics if they are healthy they keep the yeast in check. But whenever you take antibiotics you kill the probiotics and the yeast takes over. I do cover the best method for eliminating yeast in my book which is slightly unconventional and can take longer than 3 weeks but it works. Once the yeast is knocked down you have to build up the probiotics or the yeast will come back.

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