Hi, dearest Ted: I know you are super-busy. Have you discovered any carbohydrates which seem to trigger staph swellings or boils in a person who suffers from MRSA? Does glucose act like ordinary sugar to incite the bacteria? I am doing much better now that I dropped milk and only have unsweetened soy milk, and tofu which contains magnesium chloride, but I started wondering today about carbohydrates. For fruits, I only have limes. Decaf green tea. Turmeric every day. SEA SALT every day. When I stopped using sea salt for a few weeks, believe me, I paid the price. My legs turned firery red, full of sore areas, and it took a month to get my condition back under control. That taught me a hard lesson. I have three boxes of sea salt now. Plus I wet my legs and rub some fine grain sea salt into them. Sea salt and the right kind of tofu are major to me. I eat no meat or fish, and no bread whatsoever. I feel fine. As long as I dont make a dumb mistake with food. What is your view about carbohydrates, please?