Getting better


I’ve been walking without knee pain for two weeks now. It’s a matter of watching what I eat (and I think the niacinamide still helps, too). As much as I would like to believe that I can eat dairy, bread and rice, it ain’t happening.

At this point, I’m more than happy to make the tradeoff.

Some of the things that changed after I started taking the niacinamide: Tinnitus went away. Ulnar nerve impairment in my left elbow went away. My wrists and fingers don’t hurt all the time. And surprisingly, my mood is much better. It’s an anti-inflammatory, so there’s probably something to the inflammation theory of depression.

3 thoughts on “Getting better

  1. Good for you. I’m suspecting that the foods are not so bad, per se, but that eating foods treated with glyphosphates accumulates and starts to cause autoimmune reactions/inflammation as well as other nasty side effects. I’d wonder if you would be able to eat those foods–if you were living in an era before these pesticides/herbicides.

  2. You should be aware the niacinamide is a part of the Vitamin B complex and should not be taken outside of that complex except for short periods of time. For knee issues and other symptoms you describe, you would do far better with 5-10,000 units of Vitamin D (in liquid form, best for absorption) per day. If you must take niacinamide, consider taking it in the form of Brewer’s Yeast (Red Star flake is the most palatable), so that you get all of the B-complex. Again, Vitamin D is the miracle you have been searching for.

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