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Avatar f tn I am currently on the hcg injections from the Native Healing Ways clinic. Does anyone have any recipes for this 500 calorie diet? The information that the clinic has provided does list a few recipes but I would like to expand a bit as I am becoming board with current food choices. Also, I am mostly a vegetarian but eat some fish. Thanks!
483733 tn?1326802046 I am in the midst of a month long test to see if a gluten free diet improves my health. My blood tests came back inconclusive. Canadian Thanksgiving is next weekend and I want to take a dessert with me to our family dinner. I would love to make either some kind of pumpkin or ginger snap cookies that are moist and tasty or any other traditional type of Thanksgiving dessert. Anyone have anything good?
1346724 tn?1282326504 If you plan on getting your child tested for that (if he has strange bm's, diarrhea, etc) you'll want to wait until after you get the test to start the diet. They can't do a blood test for celiac if you're already gluten-free. Good luck!
Avatar f tn I am having a problem with following any type of diet...Not sure what to eat. I pretty much eat whatever I want eventhough I know I have to change that. Can anyone give me a briefing on what you eat? Do you have to eat all organic? What type of sugar, is equal ok?, Do I reallyy have to give up coffee??? I don't like this part at all!! Does anyone have a basic quick list to refer to for me??
Avatar n tn hi, my name is Sara and i'm only 20 yrs old and i've been recently diagnosed with diabetes. i was just wondering if i was type 1 or type 2. when i first found out my blood sugar level was 485. now it's a little bit lower cuz i'm just eating greens. so, i heard from my doctor that i will most likely be type 1 because i'm not overweight and plus i'm young. i just wanted more information on who is most likely to have type 1.
Avatar n tn I had to have a physical from my own doctor who had to sign some paper work from GHI and I had to have a blood test as specified from GHI Medical. I followed the 500 calorie diet religiously. I had plenty of energy to exercise which I did 5 - 6 aerobic work outs and 3 weight training work outs. I am a personal trainer and I was having an extremely frustrating time loosing weight after the birth of my 3rd child. Yes, I washed my hair and conditioned it.
Avatar f tn It was tested evening time.whats the risk and what diet he need to follow? is it type 1 or type 2.what fruits can he able to eat?can he eat brown rice or wild rice?
1026267 tn?1257594873 I don't know if almond or rice milk have the iodine in them or not, but there is one other thing that might be of help here. I found out that people with type "O" blood should not use coconut or palm anything, even the healthy extra virgin kind. I also found out that dairy isn't really good for type "O" people either.
649848 tn?1534637300 i don't consider myself on any type of diet, i've just been eating healthier. i gave up soda cold turkey 11 days ago and have not even had it, so hard for me and have been drinking plenty of water. i lost 8.5 pounds the first week from cutting out the soda. i also cut out the sweets, i LOVE sweets, and i started buying healthier foods, low fat cheese, yogurt, veggies and my proteins as chicken breast or fish. i've also been keeping a food diary which i feel is helping me.
Avatar m tn I started the Paleo diet in March and have lost a total of 25 pounds. My blood sugar and blood pressure have both dropped back into range. And, until I started treatment, I was feeling the best that I've felt in years. I'm doing about 90% Paleo... I do love my yogurt... but I figure 90% is better than nothing. Never really cared too much for red meat, but sure miss pasta.
897070 tn?1320656229 After my recent diagnosis of cirrhosis and steatosis I am really seriously considering changing my diet with the intention of lightening the load on my liver.It would be good to be able to lower my inflamation a little. I'm wondering if anyone on the forum has changed to say vegetarian and if so whether they have seen any signs of improvement.
Avatar f tn Hi. That's all good as far as Tina's diet and meds are concerned. You are on the right track.The drop in bloodwork numbers is reassuring. The ideal plan is to keep working on them to get them within or as close to within normal limits as possible, even if they only dip into the high end of normal range. Over time, it's vital to maintain fluids (read my article about tap water, which isn't ideal), and add a few supplements along the way to help things along.
Avatar n tn Good morning! I got my husband to read all the postings from yesterday! He kept saying "this is so cool!!", but of course when I tried to get him here on his own he refused! BUT he did ask me to ask every one about their diets. Our doctor has placed him on a 40 gram protein diet. He has seen the dietitian and is now feeling a bit sad and overwhelmed with all the restrictions that have been placed on his diet.
Avatar n tn Hi! Is anyone starting the HCG diet on Black Friday? I will be doing it 4 weeks thanksgiving to christmas? Do you want to start a support group?
Avatar f tn She also recommended going on the blood type diet, which for his blood type, as we were going through the lists of things he shouldn't eat on that diet, every single one was a food he reacted to in some form before. Now we are doing a combination of the blood type and MS recovery diet, and guess what, yesterday he was chasing his Dad (who is perfectly healthy) around the yard, and beat him in a race. he's still a bit stumbly at times, especially when tired, but doing this is working for us.
1809109 tn?1331807377 I grew up in small town America, so I know how limited the availability of the things needed for a gluten free diet or for people with other food issues is in small towns. Especially if the next largest town where the availability of such foods is a considerable distance and you have no transportation of your own to get there. Nowadays, the cost of fuel is sky high, too.
Avatar n tn Some people see results immediately, others see progress over time. When you tried the casein-free and gluten-free diets, if you didn't fully take the time for these to clear the body, you shouldn't necessarily rule them out. A visit to an allergist (may) be beneficial to you. I don't know if your symptoms could possibly be lupus-related (they aren't especially characteristic of lupus), but it could be worth asking your PCP or specialist about.
707563 tn?1553635552 There is a lot of information about the Mediterranean Diet that can be obtained for free and the diet isn't one that requires the purchase of a lot of special food. All it requires of mostly fresh vegetables and fruits, but if you don't have access to fresh, frozen will work and is less expensive.
Avatar n tn ) plus they caused a delayed but significant rise in blood sugars. *Except* erythritol which does not seem to effect my blood sugar and doesn't cause GI problems for me, and bakes well, but it's a bit tricky to substitute for sugar because it's SO sweet and you need so little you have to figure out what to substitute for volume. Stevia: mixed results. Powder (white) forms are heat stable but tend to have a bitter after-taste in flour-based baked goods.
Avatar f tn Nuts and seeds are good sources of fat (and we need fat) plus protein and some fiber. I follow this type of diet and my weight is low and my blood work is great. Soy was the first thing to get out of my diet because it is mildly estrogenic and makes me feel just swful. plus its one of the most genetically modified plants and is heavily pesticided and has to be intensely processed to make the soy beans edible. As a horticulturist, what I learned about soy scared the beejezus out of me.
Avatar n tn Ditto on changing doctors. Have you calibrated your home meter, the test strips and/or checked for expiration dates? I say this because its known for home meters to go astray with inaccurate results. Expired test strips also will be inaccurate. If interested I can post a Johnson & Johnson web page for free home glucose meter.And lots of good diabetes recipes on the Internet. Do a Google search.
Avatar f tn Hey there, There isn't actually anything scientific to support 'diet' as a cure (beater) or as a preventative for MS relapses. It basically isn't really possible to predict relapses, they sort of happen when they happen, some pwMS experience muliple relapses a year while others, experience years in between. The same individuality applies to the length of time that a relapse lasts, days, weeks, months and even years.
Avatar n tn My heart goes out to you and your children, as I know first hand how difficult living a strict gluten free diet can be. On that note, I am very strict with my GF diet. I was diagnosed almost two years ago in Marsh 3B, so close to complete villous atrophy. I was very sick at the time, but am doing much better. You have the same opinion as my Endo, low blood pressure, low blood sugar, lower sodium, all looking like adrenal issues.
Avatar f tn My husband has celiac and I've watched him go through the whole 'symptom' group that were kind of off the beaten track from the usual celiac symptoms. His blood tests didn't show anything but he went gluten-free and felt much better. It wasn't until we did the enterolab test and got the results that we found out he had true gluten issues and casein cross-reactivity. He used to feel like he had to sleep after eating and if he didn't lie down he'd fall down.
Avatar n tn Look up I breathe I'm hungry, wonderful page with great keto recipes. Also look up diabetes daily.
Avatar m tn If you are controlling your need for insulin with diet, you won't need injections or medication. Check out marksdailyapple.com, it's a free website with a forum of people improving their health by diet and exercise. Many people talk about their success with weight loss, diabetes, pain, etc. I have personally lost fat, controlled my blood sugar and feel better by following the suggestions there.
Avatar m tn To figure out some of the strange health problems associated with wheat, we flipped through the New York Times best-selling book Wheat Belly, and spoke with its author, cardiologist William Davis, MD. But is a wheat-free diet really for you? Regardless of whether you suffer from celiac disease an ailment triggered by wheat's gluten or not, many experts now believe anyone giving up not just gluten, but wheat altogether, could enjoy tremendous weight loss and health benefits.