Carb count for egg noodles

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I have a history of foul smelling "egg burps", a physical condition directly related to a singular activity, (the cause & effect relationship is impossible to ignore).
Egg is a wonderful protein source, highest food on the planet for amino acids which she needs, plus a wonderful carb. which is a must for her.... For your organ meat AND BEST for the anemia.....ADD: RAW Calf's Liver....Organic if possible......If you cannot get organic, CALF'S is next to best....DO NOT buy ADULT cow's liver!!! It must be fed raw or barely seared.....Cooked, kills it!!! You can freeze it in small sections and pull out as needed....I would need to know size of dog......
A healthy diet is not one that excludes any food, but a diet that balances all things. For example, high carb foods should not be 100% restricted from your diet. Carbohydrates such as starch, fructose, lactose, sucrose is our fuel. Protein helps build muscle and holds important nutrients but is not a fuel. Fiber is non-digestable and mainly helps with feeling full / clean sweeping the digestive system. Healthy fats are also important to good health, such as nuts and olive oil, etc.
If you are eating low carb, then you will also probably need to dose for protein (about 50% of the insulin needed for carbs). ie. something likee 1 unit of humalog for 40 g of protein (but you need to fine tune this for yourself). Testing and monitoring and adjusting insulin based on the blood sugar results will allow you to have better control of your blood sugar. But you also need to control what you eat, particularly the carbs.
Once you are done with 34lbs or 40 shots, whichever comes first, then for three weeks you switch to a no carb no starch no sugar diet, basically you'll be doing Atkins for the next 3 weeks. Remember though, once the shots stop, you need to do the 500 cal for 3 more days to let it get out of your system, then eat the Atkins way. If you gain more than 2 pounds you have a "steak"day, which is water all day and then a huge steak that night.
I was on it for 2 years and was told it risked a slight bit of weight gain. I gained 3 and a half stone because of it. When I first gained a stone, I started eating more heathily, exercising more and drinking more water, but it carried on. I never gained weight like that in my life, I've always ate whatever and not gained a thing. I especially never gained weight on my stomach, which has happened since I was on the depo.
My husband has been suffering for 9 years (off and on) with these same rotten egg burps, stomach pain, diarrhea, then vomitting and no one has really been able to help him. The interesting thing is that about a year ago, my son (ten yrs old) and I joined him and are having the same symptoms except that I don't vomit. Our other younger children often have diarrhea but no other symptoms, so I don't know if it is related or something completely different.
google Low carb friends for the low carb recipes u can have in phase 3....there are some very creative foods on there....even low carb pizza!! hope u enjoy the site as much as i have enjoyed scanning it!!
I also take the medication for type 2 diabetes. I also take glyburide for my diabetes. I would say that it is a 50/50 chance whether you would lose weight in the long run as the product wasn't designed as a weight loss product. (but I'm not a doctor so your dr. might be able to tell you what to expect).
Even though I am doing phase 1 I eat vlcd with the exception of one organic egg for breakfast. and if I need a snack, I have organic nuts. I think I have more to lose than any one else here. I started at 287 and I am 5'5'. I would like to be back at 135-150. Just to be <200 will be wonerful! My weight loss has been all over. Not just one area. Hopefully when I start injections the loss will be in the problem areas. Mainly my stomach.
I found a person on the MSN body odor support forum who had a bad odor for a long time and then the odor went away after being treated for H. Pylori, but then the coughing and sneezing started after that. Interesting. Another person on the MSN board said he was also treated for H. Pylori and then the coughing/sneezing started! Question: Do any of you burp a lot? Here is a thread that should be read: http://curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=561071#i Read the replies to that link also.
i'm on a treatment now for 2 years and so far the results are good. my virus count is down to 14U/ml from 9millionU/ml. i'm taking a medicine prescribed by my doctors. next month, i will be having my routine check up with my doctor. i will post my results by then. let us pray to GOD and never believe that we will not be cured. live a healthy life: healthy and exercise. be happy always with your family and friends.
It is great to know you're not alone. I'm 39 and I've had what me and my wife call "the gurglies" for 7-10 years. Like most contributors, I can count on my hands the number of burps in my lifetime. When the gurgies first started, I associated them with beer. However, now I always have them when I lay down on my left side at night. I try it every night by laying on my left side first when I go to bed, and the gurglies always come within a few minutes.
If it's an allergy (for me) I think it might be to MSG, if it's an intolerance (again for me) at the moment I'm thinking it's to very fatty foods. It's always worse when I'm stressing about something. Does any of that apply to you? You can get IBS tabs over the counter (we can here in UK anyway). Or you might want to try testing out foods to see if you are allergic/intolerant. It's a pain to do this (I keep meaning to, but haven't yet).
For the past 4 years I have been experiencing horrible symptoms. It seemed that the whole thing started as a sinus infection but then I went for a CT scan of sinuses and they were clear. I have been having symptoms of dizziness, head pain, shakiness and a spaced out kind of foggy feeling like i am watching my life from the outside - all day every day. There are some times for a couple of hours during the day that the symptoms may lift and give me a few moments to live- but not much.