JsMominVA wrote:I use a dehydrator to make yogurt so it isn't very difficult to make. I also use pasteurized goat's milk. The hardest part is waiting for the temperature to go down. I have heard using a yogurt maker is more difficult.
I have actually never tried with the goat's milk. I don't know why; I began my 24-hour yogurt-making in earnest when I got our cow share and began using raw milk. I posted that we had issues with that. I don't know why, but there was some strain in the milk that caused me to get some pretty horrible gut issues going, so we stopped. I think the pasturized goat's milk would be a good idea, actually--maybe on the lines of what we have talked about here in the past, that the dead probiotic strains in the milk might do more good than anyone understands.
JeniB, I am only using one to two benfos each day--I almost always do one, and sometimes get the other in too. I had been using a B-100 in addition to this. I am interested in the thiamine causing die-off--really? My guy tested very high for arsenic. He was a good responder to the Allithiamine and glutathione combo. I am going to do that again--the allithiamine is OTC as is the glutathione cream, and I'm thinking I need to work on detoxing more than just the mercury in our case.
Please refresh my memory--what dose of the benfo are you doing? Thanks!!