I remember that nearly three year old post!!! Obviously... those suggestions are good enough to help us get three more years of sobriety!
And, it's just as good now -- as it was in Oct. 2006!
Here's a few examples of my own experiences with nutrition:
1. I developed a bad skin rash that was really creating super problems for me. Itching, scratching, skin temperature too high, rash, very miserable.
Guess what the problem and the solution was? I wasn't drinking enough good, clear, fresh water!
I had assumed that "well, water is in all liquids I drink, so... oh well!" Wrong! My body needs certain amounts of clean and fresh water -- to operate like it's supposed to operate and at peak performance! I would have never guessed that by drinking more water -- it would solve my problem.
2. Peanut butter: I used to eat tons of it but now I'm allergic to it. And, part of the symptoms is depression along with it knocking me out and making me sick.
3. Tuna: I guess I ate so much tuna as a kid and as an adult -- that my body can't handle it now.
4. Headaches and eye problems: Solution? Vitamin B2. It works.
5. Allergy to alcohol:
I nearly fell out of my chair when I heard that one!
I could go on and on and on.
Now, I'm learning how sugar causes me to have mental and physical reactions that I don't like. Tired. Sleepy. Sick feeling. Depression.
The solution? Simple. Cut down and cut out the sugar.
God gave us a wonderful and dynamic body -- but, He didn't give us an Operators Manual to go along with it. And, just like my car: quality of fuel matters. Periodically, I need to add things to keep it running at peak performance.... like stuff to clean the injectors, etceteras. When it starts acting up, the first think I check is the fuel.