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    dkaler is offline Senior Member
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    Default Attn: Com. Komardovich

    Komardovich,

    I was looking at some earlier posts & read the one you'd posted about your retinopathy: http://forum.dragondoor.com/nutrition/message/340333/

    I found it interesting that cortisol levels would have an effect. You mentioned PS. Did your Doc or anything you came across have anything to say about the efficacy of PS with regard to controlling cortisol levels (or is it pretty much just hype ?)

    Thanks.

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    Komardovich is offline Senior Member
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    Default Attn: Com. Komardovich

    My doctor said nothing. Neither doctor even knew that the retinopathy could be related to a cortizone shot.

    In my experience, sleep, adequate hydration, abstaining from caffeine, and eating a blend of protein and carbohydrates in the morning are more effective than PS at controlling cortisol.

    Here's a page that has a good discussion, and some suggestions for controlling cortisol:
    http://www.geocities.com/timjosling/csr.html

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