Eating raw yams

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I give my Poodle cooked Yams daily. She takes her pills with mashed yams & has no idea it's pills. lol Don't overdo giving your dog Pumpkin. I would suggest cooking it though. You never know what parasite gets in Pumpkins or in any raw vegetables. Also, cooked sweet potato is a great treat for dogs, & healthy too. In moderate amounts.
I have the exact same symptoms. Within a half hour of eating I get this weird dizziness/drunk feeling, nausea and sometimes headaches. I was tested for Celiac disease because my symptoms matched almost perfectly--came back negative. The only test that has come back positive was mild gastritis and acid reflux via endoscopy. I was prescribed Pariet for that and thought maybe that was the cause so I quit taking them for a while but symptoms continued. My dr. is puzzled as to what it could be.
) one less thing to worry about. eating raw... just bananas so far today, about 20, but hunger pains come right after meal. frustrated with all the things my body/mind/mood are doing. grrr. day 6, need some yams.
Hey Everyone, Right after my last m/c I was channel surfing and caught a minute or two of TLC's "I didn't know I Was Pregnant with Twins " or "Pregnant With Twins " - something like that anyway. Right before DH snatched the remote from my hands and shut the tv off - I saw something about sweet potatoes causing multiple births. Anyone see that show ?
With the weather hot here today (ups of 90°) I decided on a raw plate - broccoli, cauliflower, carrot sticks and a bit of ranch, few watermelon chunks, a slice of cheese and a slice of oven roasted turkey.
I haven't been eating much for almost a week now. First was the colonoscopy prep, clear liquid diet, then soft food that was very irritating, so I went back on clear liquids for the weekend, on my gastro's advice. Yesterday I started soft food again, and did OK. The cream of chicken soup was too rich, and I had reflux, despite my 30 mg. of Prevacid daily. The mashed yams were yummy and settled fine.
Thank you again for the information. He is currently eating ground raw chicken or turkey meat with bone in. For veg he gets an assortment of yams, zucchini, carrots, cauliflower, broccoli, lettuce, apples (no seeds) bananas, peaches, lettuce cores, asparagus, etc. For supplements each meal he gets kelp and herring oil, glucoimine, choindrotin and once a week he gets HA powder as well. Sometimes, depending on the groc selection in our fridge he will get other things in a meal once in a while.
Why do some runners get this problem and others don't, and is there some way that i can alter my diet that will not compromise my eating habits that can help in this? I practice very naturalpathic living, so don't want to take medication. thank you.
Case in point, fresh raw garlic is a fabulous antibiotic. It stings at first, and it stinks, but it works amazingly well... just try it- a slice of raw garlic wrapped in a bit of gauze placed between the lip and gum over a tooth abscess, within 45 minutes the pain will be gone, with repeated application so will the infection. Your dentist will NEVER tell you about that one. If you want your eyes opened, visit www.naturalnews.com .
I have given up buying anything packed I now have raw organic fruit and vegatables since you know what you are eating. I have Almond milk. This has really helped me.
potatoes, swt potatoes, yams, many root veges (I cannot even eat carrots), corn allergens (you have to determine by elimination what you are allergic to. Common ones are soy, corn, eggs, ......) sorbitol I eat leafy green veges, protein and fat (needed for energy instead of the carbs). I am now healthier than I have been in years. If I eat something forbidden, I know the next day! Raw salads also seem to aggravate my digestion and so I eat everything cooked.
Originally I thought I would just modify my diet, I tend to eat a lot of rice/pasta and I'm told carbohydrates are bad, but I can't pretend to be knowledgable at all about this nutrition stuff. My eating habits are primarily vietnamese-thai, rice noodles, curry, chicken, spices, etc. Not like I'm eating fast food every day, but I know its not the healthiest. So anyway ...I digress.
They love carrotts and yams the most but do love other veggies as well. I order the food online and it gets delivered to my home. If you'd like more information on this food I can give you the website info.
Breakfast is the easy meal - I also have a hard time thinking of things for the other meals (and dread giving her microwave meals or the junk I am eating!). Over the weekend my mom made yams which were wonderful - boil them for 12 minutes - that's it! Add a little brown sugar and butter and I think Izzy will love it!
I haven't been watching what I was eating,but Now I want to begin a healthier diet and was looking for ideas.
This includes most of the meat, eggs, milk products and cheese found at the supermarket. Avoid dairy products, raw vegetables, and cold foods. Eat foods which tonify the kidney and spleen, and supplement your diet with blue-green algae, wheat grass, and green power foods.
Dear Kare, I agree with Feelbetter. Avoid mints, because all sorts of mint can cause reflux episodes, in some people. I urge you to find a very good HOLISTIC NUTRITIONIST. Talk with this person by phone, and then in person, if necessary, to get some ADVICE THAT CAN BE SPECIFIC TO YOUR PARTICULAR SITUATION. Try all the "tips", but first find out if the DGL is OK for you to try, WHILE NURSING!
This includes most of the meat, eggs, milk products and cheese found at the supermarket. Avoid dairy products, raw vegetables, and cold foods. Eat foods which tonify the kidney and spleen, and supplement your diet with blue-green algae, wheat grass, and green power foods.
I believe your condition is called Hashimoto Thyroiditis. I think they monitor it treat it in it's first stage w/ thyroid replacing hormones like Synthroid or Armour Thyroid. As far as something natural, there is a poster who goes by "Fancypantsandme". She is on a raw food diet and has brought her levels down. She has hashimoto. You might want to rip her a question. She also has some information she is compiling and will send out when she gets it ready.
so im researching left and right as i felt them dieticians will only give u the basic outline not like the internet cant either! so i started eating more raw pumpkin seeds and other nuts and rasins, more like a vegetarian but with meat lmao.. so today when i got home from the ER i read up on why cant i keep my pregnancy so when i read up again about baby asprin right after m/c my hopes were high again.
A) They probably don't know about it, any more than they know what the full effects of the medications they prescribe, and B) Even if they know about the natural treatment, there's no possibility that they can get a financial kickback if you buy the natural treatment. Case in point, fresh raw garlic is a fabulous antibiotic. It stings at first, and it stinks, but it works amazingly well...
Saturated fats found in butter, sour cream, and other high-fat dairy foods, fatty cuts of meat, and fried foods Sugary treats like cookies, cake, soda, and packaged baked goods Foods heavily laced with salt Alcohol Many experts recommend that hepatitis patients also avoid raw or undercooked shellfish, which can harbor viruses and bacteria. You may consider limiting your consumption of processed foods as well, since they can contain chemical additives and high levels of salt.
I am eating buckwheat instead of rice or other nongluten grains I was using...my stomach seems less distended and that makes me happy...I have hated that pregant look for years. Will keep you posted.
She is now on the 2nd round of injections and has lost another 20 pounds. AND IT STAYS OFF! She put it to the test over the holidays. Eating whatever she wanted. The weight did not move. You have to follow this protocol very closely. I believe it is the cure, put their are too many skeptics who will never put it to the test. Too bad, cause it really does work.
Constipation 3 days now right after eating at the restaurant. It's not the food it self since I have been doing great at home eating the same things. I don't believe waiters after this because they don't know how the food was prepared before it made it to the grill. They probably used an oil like canola, veggi, soy, olive to grease the grille or mix in to my food. That always does it. No more restaurants for me.
My current physical symptoms are that my hair continues to thin and I continue to gain weight while eating very little and doing moderate exercise...which includes water aerobics 2x a week. My waist has grown 3 inches in the last 10 months and I have 'cellulite" (or "jelly-like subcutaneous myxedemous material" , who knows ? ) al over my body. I continue to have foot cramps, although they are less and the leg cramps have ceased.
I quit eating chicken thinking that it was a problem with food. I quit eating wheat. I quit eating raw fruits and vegetables because they are known to be harder to digest. I have tried digestive enzymes, and special yogurts to promote digestion. I about about to try grapefruit seed extract. I am very tired of this condition. I have researched it to no ends on the internet and have found no answer. I am terrified I will starve to death because I can never eat.
Mine would usually happen after eating at Mexican food restaurants, I was eating it quite frequently (once a week?). I'd feel very full and then get the belching- i'd know i'd be deathly sick for the next 24 hours. I would be sick about every 3 weeks!! Terrible. After scopes, tests and everything dr.'s tried coming up negative...i finally tried cutting cilantro. One of the spices used in a lot of Mexican foods. I haven't been sick for over a year. I've cut caffeine.
I couldn't pinpoint any certain food or foodgroup. The sickness would usually happen within 24 hours of eating at a restaurant- salads, Mexican, anything. Finally, read online that cilantro can cause problems with digestion. I tried cutting it. Careful to check if ANYTHING has cilantro when I order at a restaurant (or corriander, the powder from the cilantro plant seed). I've been totally well for a year now. I always said if I found out what it is, I'd tell everyone on these forums...
-get enough sleep -take vitamins so you don't get sick and exacerbate the chills -take B vitamins -eat a lot of food (somehow eating helps the chills subside when they are bad) Okay, would appreciate any feedback. Good luck to everyone. I know it is completely frustrating.
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