Riboflavin supplements and eye floaters

nutritional therapy, specific health issue
Updated 10/11/16    In my earlier post about my experience with eye floaters, I mentioned that hyaluronic acid (HA) deficiency seemed to be a promising theory as to the cause. I had found a CureZone thread discussing one of their members' success with four months of HA supplements. Vitamin C, which unmistakably makes my eye floaters worse, can degrade HA, so the idea seemed worthwhile. I put off the experiment for the future, however, as I had enough to deal with. Although the floaters can be very annoying, I haven't gotten horribly panicky about them because they've waxed and waned over the years, which led me to believe that in theory it is possible to get rid of them, if only I can figure out how. Recently my floaters got…
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On refusing to part with my gallbladder

other therapies
by guest author Nancy --- Editor's note: Nancy died in 2021 at age 79, of unrelated causes. --- From mild sensitivity to pain worse than childbirth The battle for my gallbladder started in 1999. I was living in Seattle and receiving regular monthly acupuncture treatments from a local practitioner, Yehosha. In my mind that was how I was staying healthy. I noticed sensitivity on what turned out to be the gallbladder meridian. Yehosha told me that it was the "decision maker" and asked if I was having a hard time making up my mind about something. I replied with a little surprise that I was: I had recently fallen in love with the Southwest and was trying to decide if I should move to Arizona. When I started having a…
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