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683233 tn?1226717787 While the concept of eating raw vegetables and fruits to preserve their nutritional components has value, a Raw Vegetable Diet does not offer a well balanced diet, which I believe to be a crucial component to successful, healthy weight loss. I share your concern that all the essential nutrients would not be met. Really glad to have you here in the Weight Loss & Dieting Community. Hope you'll stay and join us on a regular basis.
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.
880023 tn?1241744504 just wondering if any of you guys stick to a certain pregnancy diet or something like that! I am not fallowing any kind of diet, just trying to eat lots of vegetables and fruits, drink lots of water and juices etc...
Avatar n tn What causes attacks of SULPHUR BURPS followed by vomiting and diarrhea lasting for hours? I have had this problem for years, but lately it has become chronic. I'm on a low residual diet (no raw fruits or veggies-only cooked or canned). It helps a little. I have to sleep propped up in almost a sitting position which is miserable. My G.I. doc doesn't know what is causing it. He ran an endoscopy, an enteroscopy, and an ultrasound and found nothing.
97615 tn?1212678589 Has anyone made the transition into a raw foods diet and have any suggestions on books or even a juicer. I have read a ton of reviews and still feel lost. What is the first thing I should get a juicer or a food processor or both? Thanks.
1528908 tn?1291833806 If you know exactly what kinds of foods to eat, you can reach your weight loss goals simply by changing your diet. The secret is called a “raw food” diet. A raw food diet is a diet consisting of fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds. Keep all the food you eat raw. When you eat foods in their natural state, you avoid a lot of excess fat, sodium, and oils. Eating a pure diet will restore you body ph or acidity level. An alkaline or basic ph is necessary for optimal body functions.
Avatar m tn No salt, lower proteins that are hard to digest. Low iron, vit a and raw foods are hard to digest except certain fruits. The Liver Foundation website has loads of diet tips. I think cooked eggs/omelets and pasta are great choices. Just really watch the salt! No processed foods and hard cheeses have higher salt content. I'm a PBJ gal, so that's been my comfort food. NO alcohol or soda! A bicarbonate Pepcid/anti acid combo prescription pill taken each night helps too! Drink water!
228686 tn?1211554707 I'm asking this because i'm curious; have any of the folks on here tried switching to a raw food diet for cats with these issues? I've spoken to a few people who've had success with thier dogs, but haven't really heard back one way or the other for anyone using a raw food diet for cats (I'm referring to packaged for cats food here, not just tossing kitty a slab of steak or a whole chicken. :-)).
Avatar n tn You should check to see if it's lyme disease, which among other things can cause severe digestive problems. also, i agree with others that this could be a bacteria overgrowth or fungus problem. good for you about changing your diet. i had lyme (although my symptoms weren't digestive) and it inspired me to make drastic changes in my diet. i'm now on a totally raw, vegan, high-fruit diet, similar to the 811/hcrv diet on 30bananasaday.com. good luck!
931217 tn?1283481335 THE BELOW LETTER WAS RECENTLY SENT BY ME TO A LOCAL TALK RADIO PERSONALITY, ONE OF WHOSE ADVERTISERS IS A PRODUCER OF RAW, MEAT-BASED DIETS FOR PETS. AS A BLOG ENTRY, THIS IS OF COURSE, MY OPINION., ALBEIT, IT IS AN EVIDENCE-BASED OPINION, DERIVED FROM PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES, ONE OF WHICH IS APPENDED BELOW. WHILE I RECOGNIZE THAT A MINORITY OF CONSUMERS AND A SMALL MINORITY OF VETERINARIANS MAY FEEL DIFFERENTLY ABOUT RAW MEAT BASED DIETS FOR PETS.
Avatar f tn Gradually the diet will progress to high fiber diet. To help with the diarrhea, restrict eating raw fruits and vegetables, very spicy foods, and consume high amounts of fluids (1-2 quarts between meals daily). Try eating foods that may help naturally to 'constipate', such as rice, chicken, boiled milk, strained bananas, peanut butter (smooth type), and applesauce. Hoped this helped you.
152660 tn?1291755571 ve tried every type and brand I can find. They all REALLY hate the grain free. Will a raw diet be ok for him? I think anything other than the dry crap has to be better. Do you know if there is anything in the dry stuff specific for that? He's lost so much weight that my thoughts are even if it isn't "as good" or missing things from other stuff, if he eats it, I can handle that. He can't be much worse off than he is now. 2. What recipes do you use?
Avatar f tn There is a great deal of difference between the raw food diet for dogs (raw meats, yoghurt, etc) and raw foods for people. I began the raw foods program thinking that it would lighten the digestive burden on my liver, not having to deal with the extra burden of the by-products of processed foods, pesticides, et al. (no meat, dairy, processed or canned, no sugars, low glycemic fruits and veggies).
Avatar f tn Thanks for your response... With everything I have read...They don't recommend that someone go 100% Raw initially, but that they begin to add more RAW & organic foods to their diet... They cut out all processed foods and sugars and replace with non-processed foods... The absence of PROTEIN has been my worry and concern but from what I have read I can transition to being 80% RAW and still eat cooked proteins like, chicken, fish, turkey...
Avatar n tn Is there any relation between food alergy/intolerance and fibromyalgia? These are foods that create an anaphleptic (spelling) reaction - mouth itches and or can't breath: carrots, bananas, avocados, raw nuts (peanuts, pecans, almonds, walnuts), cooked nuts (pecan, almonds, walnuts), coconut.
Avatar m tn Drink plenty of water every day. Avoid processed foods like white bread, junk food etc. and have whole grain foods. Exercise daily for 30-40 minutes. It will help in burning your calories and alleviating depressive symptoms if any. Consult a doctor and start a multivitamin/mineral supplement as nutritional deficiencies can also cause body aches and muscle aches. The other treatment options are cognitive behavior therapy, psychotherapy, physiotherapy etc.
1100297 tn?1293079117 I have read almost every article I can get my hands on pertaining to this topic. I absolutly love it and am excited to try it. Its a lifestyle, not a diet. You cant just eat that way, loose weight, then go back to eating the way you were... you have to make it a lifestyle. Iv read about "dead foods". These are foods like bread, grains, dairy, meat, and pastas... anything man-made. Natural foods are those that we can grow in the ground.
Avatar f tn Today I am going back to eating mostly all raw foods , seeds and nuts and no meat. I use to eat this way before and I felt so good with lots of energy. Not to mention that I lost twenty pounds in a month. Always eat only fruit for breakfast. As much fruit and veggies as you want. I got lazy this winter and started eating all the crappy foods again and put on all my weight again. This time, I plan to eat healthy for the rest of my life.
Avatar f tn I as told by my doctor no raw seafood at all. Too risky for different bacterias. Cooked salmon yes but raw she said is a no.
1550149 tn?1340000730 We Are Frugivores We like to start with Douglas Graham’s list of raw foods from his book, The 80-10-10 Diet, because it is limited to mostly delicious foods. His theory is that we are “frugivores” – creatures that live primarily on fruits with the addition of tender greens. We tend to agree with this because if you picture yourself foraging for food in nature, we can’t imagine that you would look for, or eat nasty tasting foods.
Avatar f tn If you are willing to try a restrictive diet try the raw vegan diet. It tastes better, it's more nutritious and you will have a far healtier weightloss. If you have only gained "some weight" it will come off quickly AND all raw vegan food is gluten-free except for sprouted grains and oat recipes. You don't want to mess around with unbalanced diets if you have celiac disease. Read the book by Sarma "Raw Food Real World": http://www.oneluckyduck.com/category-list.php?