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11-01-2009, 08:35 AM
Hi everyone. Just wondering if anyone here has suffered from this and if it has been helped by eating raw. I already did the "banana" search and came up with nothing. I am also searching the 'net for information, but I would like to hear from any of you who may be have knowledge of this. So far I have learned it can affect fertility, lead to Cushing's disease and it affects eyesight. It is also a slow growing benign tumor that must be monitored. I am just beginning my research. I have also just begun to read of the affect of cell phone use on the brain. Ugh!
11-01-2009, 08:53 AM
Okay, I used a different word in the banana search and came up with some posts re "infertility", "hormones" etc. So I will be sure to be reading through these. But I still would like to hear as much as I can from any of you out there who know anything about this? Thanks so much.
11-01-2009, 09:57 AM
I have an adrenal gland adenoma and Addison's Disease (the opposite of Cushing's). Eating raw with lots of coconut has helped me immensely! I'm not sure how the tumor is doing as I stopped going to doctors, but my symptoms are a lot better.
I know it's a bit different, but since no one else posted I thought I'd share... Raw can heal so many things
11-01-2009, 11:09 AM
stellaJewels - thank you so much for responding! And I am very glad to hear that eating raw food has eased your symptoms and I truly hope your health continues to improve.:) I will be doing lots of reading on this.
11-06-2009, 07:12 AM
Raw Pituitary is a glandular extract which provides a link between the nervous system ... a prolactinoma is a pituitary adenoma that overproduces prolactin.
11-06-2009, 07:56 AM
johnswhite, thanks for the info.
What I am asking is whether or not anyone here has this condition and has been helped with it by eating only raw living food.:)
Sugar Snap Pea
11-06-2009, 10:02 AM
Don't have it, don't know about it, but I think you can't do any better than eating raw!
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