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Avatar n tn I would highly recommend talking to your doctor about seeing a GI physician that has alot of experience with gastroparesis. This has worked best for my son. Also talking to a CDC can help you with diet. As I have said everyone reacts differently. There are several drugs that you can speak to your doctor about if you do have it. One that seems to work is Domperidone from Canada.
1286779 tn?1400016406 Sometimes patients are undertreated, which makes losing weight much harder. Best diet for thyroid is generally lower carb type diet. Avoid junk food, highly processed foods, and sugars. Don't eat too much fruit, or drink fruit juices. Some people with thyroid conditions do much better following gluten free diet. Would be good if you can be tested for celiac. Sometimes celiac and thyroid occur together. Hope this helps. btw, all caps means you are "yelling".
Avatar m tn He told me to never eat ne thg that u could break such as raw carrots, apples, the normal diet foods because of gases they cause. I have to have colonoscopy every three years due to bleeding polyps, n other thgs. They usually do an upper GI as well. Last time they took couple biopsies due to my stomach lining being so red n irritated. Came back ok thank the Lord! Don't like water at all. I do drink Crystal Light n Sweet Tea n Light Lemonaide.
Avatar n tn I will summarize what I remember reading No red meat, no salt, minimal sugar Poultry and fish are fine should be organic Alot of veggies and fruits Best fruits are dark fruits like berries Best veggies artichoke and beets Avoid processed foods Stay with wholesome simple foods. Drink a lot of water coffee is (strangely) good for the liver. Avoid kombucha- otherwise good for you but not w/ liver disease.
492936 tn?1244655170 When you are in your IVF cycle - Do you Drink any caffeine? 2. Do you use anything with Splenda? 3. Are you eating only wholesome foods or are you making any special changes to your diet? Just curious what everyone else is doing.
Avatar f tn and how big a impact those words of change your diet would have !! The last couple of days I have been walking around a lil stunned not really knowing what the heck to do. I'm afraid to eat !! instead of wheat bread the say white :( it is 25 mg of Phos. Barley 1/2 cup 40mg piece of salmon 279mg. a apple 15mg. this is just a example It is in everything we eat ! we drink ! I have a list of what is bad and what is better for me..but the better for me is in very small portions..
Avatar f tn Dr. K. says that the gluten panels are not always accurate and the best test is the elimination diet. I've been gluten-free for two months. I now need less thyroid hormone. That's proof for me. In the next few weeks, I'll be starting on a gut detox program, to repair all the damage, gluten, yeast, (YES, candida can be an issue with us, too) etc has done to my gut, under the guidance of a doctor trained by Dr. K. I will let everyone on this forum know how I'm progressing. One more thing.
Avatar f tn and by that he meant to look at a lot of different info about diet and MS and find what works best for you. I don't personally believe that staying strict to one person's diet in a book works for everyone, but learning what ideas have been approached and what works for others is the first step in the right direction. Alex is right, eating healthy, lots of water, whole grains and nuts, no processed foods etc. Keep tabs on your vitamin levels and supplement as needed with a Dr's care.
317787 tn?1473362051 Apples – Benjamin Franklin likely didn’t realize how accurate he was when his phrase “An apple a day keeps the doctor away” was coined. Apples are one of the top detox foods because it contains fiber, vitamins, minerals and many beneficial phytochemicals such as D-Glucarate, flavonoids and terpenoids – all of which are used in the detox process. One apple flavonoid, Phlorizidin (phlorizin), helps stimulate bile production, which helps the liver get rid of some toxins through the bile.
Avatar f tn I do not think this is a good idea at all. While dairy is very good for you and you need at least 3 servings/day, drinking nothing but milk will guarantee that you don't get the vitamins/minerals you would get from adding other foods. It's never a good idea to go on a "crash" diet, because even if you do lose weight, you will gain it all back as soon as you stop the diet. By the way, at 5'5" and 118 lbs, you are at the very bottom of your best weight level.
Avatar f tn Has your dog been patch tested? If not, it's worth considering as it will tell you exactly what the allergies relate to, which then means these things can be avoided. Without knowing what the dog is allergic to, changing diet to something that won't cause a problem will be long-winded and a bit trial and error.
Avatar f tn but I did get a really bad systemic yeast infection a while back and so stripped down my diet to get rid of most prepared foods, and I find that by eating a very clean diet (mostly fresh foods), I feel much much better than before, but hard to draw absolute cause and effect. I skip dairy and wheat, but that is just me. Fruit, but no refined sugar at all. Everybody's different, tho.
Avatar f tn Hopefully, you will be one of the many who can eat regularly again. Although, I do have to say this is the most effective diet I have ever been on! I'm very grateful for the 16 kgs I've lost, but wish it could have been done in a less painful manner. Let me know how everything goes, because I'll be honest the idea of getting mine out terrifies me. Good luck!
Avatar f tn The medications we have tried are not helping her either. She has tried high sodium diet with lots of water as well as several medications. She has gotten to the point that she can't even go to school. She is on home bound where a teacher comes by twice a week to drop off and pick up school work. It's so frustrating....more so because this is their Senior year and they shouldn't have to be worried about this when they have so much they should be doing.
Avatar f tn I keep getting all kinds of different stories from different people that have done this diet. What are the best products to use for bathing soap, toothpaste, lotion, shampoo/conditioner while going through this 40-45 day protocol? Can anyone please give me brand name products that you have used that do not carry oil or cream in them. Thanks for all of your help?
Avatar n tn I was told to eat well, avoid salty foods, red meat, processed foods and don't take iron supplements. Drink lots of water daily. The swelling/pain seems to have a mind of it's own for me and isn't related to what I eat but you might have a different experience. I would say it is due to the inflammation from Hep C and hopefully will subside some when you begin your treatment. I aam not sure what level of pain you are talking about, but any persistent pain should be discussed with your doctor.
3147776 tn?1549549410 com/muscle_cramps_foods_that_help_prevent_cramping/article.htm Which of these foods have you added to your diet to prevent muscle cramps? I love avocados, but have to be careful not to get too much of a good thing, since they're high in calories.
1204383 tn?1265653338 I have taken my son off of food dyes, it's challenging, but we have to avoid a lot of candies, but they aren't good for you ANYHOW!! There is a diet called the Feingold diet, you can look taht up online. My son seems to do okay with chocolate. His main issues are his behaviors at school and school only. Other places he seems to be okay. Even at drop in childcare centers, after school care, karate, etc.
Avatar n tn pigged out Sat and Sun and started a 750 cal diet on Monday when I received a 2nd shot. I have been hungry and ate foods off my diet. I am a little discouraged and not sure what to do. I am supposed to get three 250 iu shots a week and it will cost $50.00 per week. They also had a doctor do blood work and gave me an ekg, which I paid 60.00 for. I need to lose 60 lbs, ugh....
Avatar n tn What are some of the foods that you recommend eating while under treatment? What are some of the foods that may be good for your liver? Supplements can be helpful. Tell me about some of the supplements that you have taken and were beneficial to you. What are some of the foods and supplements that should be avoided?
Avatar n tn More info: "Tyramine is a toxic chemical derived from the amino acid Tyrosine", just read that on some fitness site. (May have been Health & Fitness.com I simply cannot eat any of the foods listed on any, foods that contains sites. Nor have I ever been able to drink. I have been like this for about 17 years, although I wasn't this allergic nor did I have the palpitations, but of course I am older now. Possibly my Serotonin levels are lower because of that.
Avatar n tn I took a bite out of my last girl friend.
Avatar n tn However, I don't drink coffee again during the day, do not drink soda and, happily, never had a taste for junk foods. While I had never sought health foods or organic foods in the past, I am quickly evolving into someone who is very suspicious of food additives, growth hormones and antibiotics in the American diet. So many new man made chemicals in our foods during my lifetime, in the last half of the 20th century.
Avatar m tn Algae, if that's what's in these, will always contain some cadmium and some lead, since it will contain all minerals that have ever been on Earth if it's sea water algae. The question is if these are excess amounts. Haven't a clue what a proper dose is, so I don't know the answer.
Avatar n tn It makes sense to me that it would help if I cut back on those foods that are most obvious (bread/pasta/cereal, etc), thinking that if I reduce gluten in my diet then i'll have less of a chance of getting the rash, or of the rash getting worse. But my doctor says just cutting back on gluten will not be effective, that I would have to eliminate it totally. This doesnt make sense to me....if I cut back on gluten, shouldnt that have some positive effect on my condition?