Author Topic: Anyone else find their blood seems to be thinner, ie they bleed more easily ....  (Read 4794 times)

Offline sally_ann6

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when cut?

I have definitely noticed that my blood is flowing more when i cut myself and taking longer to heal.  I find this quite interesting and am hoping it's a good sign as i don't believe 'sticky' blood is a good thing.

Just me or anyone else?

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nothing to report here.

the outer edges of my dark brown iris are now blue.



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I read a book on Iridology years back and found it really interesting, so far no change for me though.

I meant in the above post that the would takes longer to stop bleeding, not heal.  I googled it and there is a post on paleohacks that talks about it, so im not the only one.  it seems it might have something to do with fish oils.

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My blood also takes longer to clot on paleo.  For men especially this is a good thing, as it presumably reduces the likelihood of heart attacks.

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Mine clots a little faster, I don't bruise easily anymore, and I heal much, much faster.  Slow healing doesn't sound like a good thing.


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Don't worry i didn't mean slow healing, got my terminology wrong, i meant that it takes longer to stop bleeding ie. clot.

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Don't worry i didn't mean slow healing, got my terminology wrong, i meant that it takes longer to stop bleeding ie. clot.

Oh!  Ok then.  :)