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Follow-up on "Recommendations on diet and supplements"
Last Post 12 Oct 2020 11:44 AM by Singh. 0 Replies.
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12 Oct 2020 11:44 AM
    Hi Elaine,
    Thanks for responding back. I am surprised to know that long distance cycling can trigger graves. I love endurance so much. Is this really confirmed that it can trigger graves disease. I am having a hard time believing it, because this is my hobby.

    Going forward what do you think my strategy should be when it comes to endurance workouts? Should I reduce the a) duration of the workout or b) the intensity of the workout or Both. I dont want to put my health at cost and if something is not benefiting my health, then its probably bad. Do you think working out at lower heart rates for a reasonable duration like 2 hours should be good?

    I will introduce bugleweed tea and acetyl-l-carnitine into my diet once levels are normal. I have also started Wim Hoff method of breathing and cold shower exercises.

    I read your research article paper which said that Cordycep mushrooms are known to lower antibodies. I also checked other research papers which seem to indicate the same. Can you recommend from where I can find this mushroom powder. I looked at and there are several brands, not sure which one to trust and which one not too. I have heard a lot of these products are not genuine.
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