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Re: Diet that 100% manages my POIS! (Changed from:Diet that CURED my POIS!)
« Reply #105 on: September 11, 2017, 06:18:30 AM »
@ Going less Crazy,
I've tried gluten free diet, no change.
Since I quit sugars, I notticed chnge in general well being, but also in POIS severity. But it's really minor improvment, I am still far from functional during POIS. And improvment is feelinbetter 1st day of pois, 2nd is pretty similar as before. At least for me there are clear differences between 1st and 2nd day symptoms.
I find your idea about Pois as vey interesting. I have no idea what is going on, but I am generally too sensitive.
Not just Pois-wise, so there might be somethig. But I am toobafraid to experimente(too much) and make any conclusions on my own. I  wait and hope that we will have soon enough somehing scientific to work on.
Tumeric I avoid, it caused me some burning inflamation inside, maybe in prostate but also in urehra, which resulted in buch of uncontroled no E mini Orgasms, I was unusual form of Pois-ed for a weeks.. Same even worse reaction I had/have from Magnessium supplementation, so I started to avoid food high in Magneasium as well.
I read here about anti-Inflammantores, but it is foreign term for me, I get confused a lot when I read yours or Quantums posts about it.
« Last Edit: September 11, 2017, 06:31:02 AM by Spartak »
For now only heathier diet gave me minor fatigue relief, I am still unable to think, to work, to enjoy and to socialise during POIS.

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Re: Diet that 100% manages my POIS! (Changed from:Diet that CURED my POIS!)
« Reply #106 on: September 11, 2017, 10:22:58 PM »
@ Going less Crazy,
I've tried gluten free diet, no change.
Since I quit sugars, I notticed chnge in general well being, but also in POIS severity. But it's really minor improvment, I am still far from functional during POIS. And improvment is feelinbetter 1st day of pois, 2nd is pretty similar as before. At least for me there are clear differences between 1st and 2nd day symptoms.
I find your idea about Pois as vey interesting. I have no idea what is going on, but I am generally too sensitive.
Not just Pois-wise, so there might be somethig. But I am toobafraid to experimente(too much) and make any conclusions on my own. I  wait and hope that we will have soon enough somehing scientific to work on.
Tumeric I avoid, it caused me some burning inflamation inside, maybe in prostate but also in urehra, which resulted in buch of uncontroled no E mini Orgasms, I was unusual form of Pois-ed for a weeks.. Same even worse reaction I had/have from Magnessium supplementation, so I started to avoid food high in Magneasium as well.
I read here about anti-Inflammantores, but it is foreign term for me, I get confused a lot when I read yours or Quantums posts about it.

Okay.  Yes I tried a gluten free diet for a month a long time ago and it didn't help.  It wasn't until I avoided ALL GRAINS and DAIRY where I started feeling good.  Also several additives.  Don't take offense to the capitalized words I'm just making sure you understand.

For turmeric, I take it in very very small microdoses.  Like 5-10 mg every morning.  The pills I take now each contain 50mg curcumin.  I tried other turmeric pills that contained 400mg curcumin and I could not even handle a pinch, so the curcumin content matters a lot. Turmeric/curcumin pills, for me, are very strong stuff.  There is a special dose that really benefits me.  So if by chance you are like me maybe you can handle very small doses.

Interesting I also had problems with magnesium.  I don't know if it's a certain type of mg I'm sensitive to or not.  But for now I get my vitamins naturally from food, other than another dab of a b-complex vitamin that I microdose with too.

And removing added sugar is also beneficial.  Less sugar = less inflammation.
« Last Edit: September 11, 2017, 10:34:11 PM by Going less Crazy »
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Re: Diet that 100% manages my POIS! (Changed from:Diet that CURED my POIS!)
« Reply #107 on: September 14, 2017, 04:11:22 PM »
Hello,
i started my own food journey a while ago. I stopped most sexual activity some time ago but on nights were i O'ed in the sleep i was still feeling a heavy fatique for the next 1-2 days.

I am also experiencing daytime fatique and fatique after eating. I had glucose checked, thyroid checked, blood checked without any results. I do have a dust mite allergy.

Because of all that i started a elimination diet. Started only with fresh meat and cauliflower. Started to feel really great after 2-3 days. Then added dairy and symptoms got worse again. Also added eggs then and i felt the very same fatique from the beginning. 
I started again with meat and cauliflower again and added corn, rice and wheat. Fatique again.

I repeated this process several times. Fresh meet and cauliflower is my healthy fallback were i safely can test things upon.

Long story short. It SEEMS that my own unfinished list is starting to look like the one from @Going Less Crazy. I do not believe, that this is a coincidence. I think he has done some really good researching here.
I am thrilled to try out sweet potatos as source for carbs, because my current diet does not contain any carbs at all.

edit: What about peanuts? I ate quite a lot last night without any problems this day.
« Last Edit: September 14, 2017, 04:21:25 PM by radditz »

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Re: Diet that 100% manages my POIS! (Changed from:Diet that CURED my POIS!)
« Reply #108 on: September 14, 2017, 09:12:30 PM »
Hello,
i started my own food journey a while ago. I stopped most sexual activity some time ago but on nights were i O'ed in the sleep i was still feeling a heavy fatique for the next 1-2 days.

I am also experiencing daytime fatique and fatique after eating. I had glucose checked, thyroid checked, blood checked without any results. I do have a dust mite allergy.

Because of all that i started a elimination diet. Started only with fresh meat and cauliflower. Started to feel really great after 2-3 days. Then added dairy and symptoms got worse again. Also added eggs then and i felt the very same fatique from the beginning. 
I started again with meat and cauliflower again and added corn, rice and wheat. Fatique again.

I repeated this process several times. Fresh meet and cauliflower is my healthy fallback were i safely can test things upon.

Long story short. It SEEMS that my own unfinished list is starting to look like the one from @Going Less Crazy. I do not believe, that this is a coincidence. I think he has done some really good researching here.
I am thrilled to try out sweet potatos as source for carbs, because my current diet does not contain any carbs at all.

edit: What about peanuts? I ate quite a lot last night without any problems this day.

That's good radditz.  I wonder if you will experience POIS after sex while maintaining a good diet, for a longer time, that you are not sensitive to.  I also have problems with eggs even though some POISers seem to be helped by them.  In my own experience, wheat is the worst.  If this is celiac related, I've read that wheat exposure can cause 300x normal inflammation of the intestines, while corn can cause 15x normal inflammation.  Both bad, but point is their are worse foods than others.

Interesting though is that I've been on the celiac forums and haven't come across anybody yet with POIS as a symptom of celiac disease.  But then again their are people here on this forum who also have celiac disease.  Perhaps POIS is one of over 200 or so symptoms that celiac can cause.  Some people who have celiac get dermatitis hepitaformis? (About 10%) and some do not, like myself.  Perhaps POIS is just another symptom.  I should state again that I'm not confirmed celiac, but it is very highly suspected.

I know you're feeling better, but make sure your meat is gluten free.  Also, what kind of cauliflower do you use?  I've had problems with pre-bagged cauliflower and I'm pretty sure it's the way it was processed that harmed me.

I've eaten peanuts before when I was probably 9 or so months into my diet (which is short if you're trying to completely heal the gut), and I had an increase in pain, probably a 2/10 in pain just because they are hard to digest.  Peanut butter the same way but I haven't really tried any lately.  On the other hand, I eat reeses once and a while currently (I know I shouldn't) but the peanut butter in them does not bother me.  I have no pain but I do notice an increase in overall inflammation either from the dairy or sugar.  So I got no problems digesting Reese's but it affects my blood (red eyes, some brain fog, etc.)

Cashews on the other hand killed me.  I don't know if it had gluten in them but it felt like I had eaten gluten.  So I'm afraid to try a different brand.

But good luck!

PS.  Make sure sweet potatoes are the "orange" kind.  I still don't know if they are called yams or sweet potatoes lol.
« Last Edit: September 14, 2017, 09:17:43 PM by Going less Crazy »
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Re: Diet that 100% manages my POIS! (Changed from:Diet that CURED my POIS!)
« Reply #109 on: September 15, 2017, 07:01:08 PM »
Cauliflower just fresh from the shelve. It feels very good. I only eat fresh meat, so there should be no gluten in it.

I ate a good portion of sweet potatoes with carrots today. My bloodsugar spiked to 170 mg/dl which is pretty close to diabetic. This is another issue iam currently discovering. My blood sugar seems to rise pretty high as soon as i eat carbs or sugar. The fast rise and fast fall causes fatique. It is called reactive hypoclycemia and i might have it.

However, despite the high blood sugar, my fatique was not severe. I will limit the amount of potatoes and leave out carrots next time and see how iam going.

Phew, my current situation is difficult right now. I quit my job to have time to focus on my problems. With a full 9-10 hour workday, a disciplined diet approach was so hard for me. Due to heavy workload and lack of time for meal preparation, i skipped meals or relied on grain/carbs. Both are ruining my diet experiments.

However, its mentally difficult to challenge my problems directly. Its the uncertainty of not knowing if i will ever be better that troubles me. I had success in the past, but not a 100% cure yet and i hate to think about to be disabled for all my life (and without a proper diagnosis). This thought still feels weird and unreal (iam 28 years old).

But, on the other hand, i adopted a life philosphy (stoicism) because of my problems. I dived deeply into buddhism and learned some useful techniques. I managed to life celibate, which was unthinkable a few years ago (due to a strong sex drive). I actually manage problems in real life real well, because none of them are even remotely that hard as my inner health problems.

All in all, i feel like i made a lot of mental progress. I used to suffer from depression in my teenage years because of 'teenage problems'. Lol. Nowadays i know how a real depression with barely any hope does feel like (and i managed to survived it).

So yeah, that is it. But back to diet :)

@Going less Crazy: do you have had your blood sugar levels checked? especially after 8 hours not eating (in the morning) and then eating some sugars (your beloved reeses for example). If you are like me, then your blood sugar should rise pretty high from that. It may happen with or without noticable fatique.
Iam asking because your diet plan has cut out most sugary things too. So sugar in general could be a problem.

I will try a glucose drink tomorrow and monitor my blood sugar levels after it. It should indicate wheter iam diabetic/reactive hypoglycemic or normal.

Another point is, that iam always struggling to eat enough stuff with my current diet. As a result iam now underweight (used to be above physical average due to bodybuilding). It sucks. I wish i could add diary, because then i would just eat 40% curd and be done with it. I would like to gain weight, but it is so difficult without knowing for sure what i can eat.

I can talk about my fatique situation with my relatives and friends. But in the end, they dont get it. Because i look ok and dont behave weird in any way. It is only me that knows how heavily clouded my brain is. However, when it comes to POIS, i can not talk about it because i does embarass me. People around me wonder, why i dont have a girlfriend and in the past, i even had to reject offers because of good old POIS. I just cant think of being in a relation with a woman when i have POIS. no way. even my fatique problems somewhat rule out the possibility of a relationship.
Well, it is not as big of a problem as it was a couple of years ago, mainly because i adopted stoic and buddhism based philosophies which are questioning the purpose of romantic relationships.

Long story short: I will further work on diet stuff. Iam convinced that diet is the key to an 'ok' life. I may not lead to 100% cure, but we wont know for sure until we tried :)

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Re: Diet that 100% manages my POIS! (Changed from:Diet that CURED my POIS!)
« Reply #110 on: September 15, 2017, 10:46:43 PM »
A couple of things radditz, blood sugar should rise after eating and 170 might fall into normal range, depends when you read it (you probably know this).  I saw that a blood sugar reading of diabetes is over 200 an hour after eating and over 140 two hours after eating something.  You might want to check about that.

I've had a blood sugar reading test twice and both were where I was supposed to be fasting, however, I was not fasting for whatever many hours before the test and one test was within normal range for fasting, and one without, so I don't think blood sugar is a problem for me.

Perhaps you can try black beans as they digest slower and will provide more balance to your blood sugar levels.  Sweet potatoes digest quickly and will probably mess with your blood sugar levels a little more.  Beans will definitely add more calories.  I eat about 7-8 hundred calories of beans per day.

Be aware that I was having slight problems after eating store bought meat.  I would have slight pain and cloudy urine and I recently pin pointed it down to the meat.  I now get certified gluten free meat and do not have cloudy urine anymore.  Cloudy urine is one sign for me that I ate something I'm sensitive to.

When I eat sugar/candy, I feel pretty good.  But than I end up feeling pretty bad but I don't think it's a blood sugar thing.  I thing the sugar at first dampens my immune response to it, than once my immune system rebounds, it increases inflammation in my body.  So the rebound causes more inflammation.  I've found something similar with alcohol as well.  I feel really good during a hangover probably because my immune system is lowered the next day.

Microdosing turmeric has helped me immensely with any residual brain fog and fatigue as well.  I still have no O problems.
« Last Edit: September 15, 2017, 10:49:05 PM by Going less Crazy »
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Re: Diet that 100% manages my POIS! (Changed from:Diet that CURED my POIS!)
« Reply #111 on: September 16, 2017, 08:11:22 AM »
Hi GLC, and Radditz,

Blood sugar values for diabetes diagnosis purpose, in a classic glucose tolerance test, is taken 2 hours after ingesting a glucose load of 75g .   After 2 hours of ingesting this 75g of glucose, if you are still above 140mg/dl ( = 11mmol/L), diabetes is diagnosed.   If you are sitll above 140 mg/dl ( = 7.8 mmol/L), you are considered to have glucose intolerance.   

(note: 75g of glucose is quite a lot.... but you find that amount in a regular 580ml/ 20 oz soda bottle... so now you know why so many people have overweight problems, and how unhealthy soda is.   And diet ones are no better, aspartame is neurotoxic )

140 mg/dl one hour after ingesting 75g of glucose is not considered a problem. A level of < 7.8 mmol/l (140 mg/dl) 90 minutes after a meal is normal (see in reference 3 below).

For complete information about fasting glucose level, glucose tolerance test, and diabetes diagnosis, see:

(1) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diabetes_mellitus#Diagnosis

(2) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glucose_tolerance_test

(3) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glucose_test




« Last Edit: September 16, 2017, 08:19:33 AM by Quantum »
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Re: Diet that 100% manages my POIS! (Changed from:Diet that CURED my POIS!)
« Reply #112 on: October 12, 2017, 04:57:13 PM »
Not sure if someone has talked about this yet but I think the diet you are doing is low Omega 6 which I think is very good for us.

We want to have more Omega 3s than Omega 6s in our diet because Omega 3s are typically thought of as anti-inflammatory while Omega 6s are inflammatory.

A key point is that I think this relates to nanna1's POIS cascade. 

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(3) AA production and incorporation into the phospholipid bilayer is blocked by the omega-3 fatty acids eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) [4, 13]. Moreover, EPA directly competes with AA for access to enzymes LOX-(5, 9), COX-(1, 2) and the CYP450 group [4]. And unlike AA, the metabolic products of EPA interaction with these enzymes are anti-inflammatory.
https://poiscenter.com/forums/index.php?topic=2502.0



Omega 3s contain EPA and DHA which helps decrease my POIS symptoms (constant mouth watering, muscle twitches all over body, brain fog)
So yeah not a bad idea to drastically reduce Omega 6s from our diets, eat more foods with high Omega 3s, and take fish oil supplements. 


Here's a cool site to find out all the nutrition facts for all kinds of foods.  Omega 3s and Omega 6s are listed.
 http://nutritiondata.self.com/facts/vegetables-and-vegetable-products/2556/2


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Re: Diet that 100% manages my POIS! (Changed from:Diet that CURED my POIS!)
« Reply #113 on: October 14, 2017, 01:36:20 AM »
Not sure if someone has talked about this yet but I think the diet you are doing is low Omega 6 which I think is very good for us.

We want to have more Omega 3s than Omega 6s in our diet because Omega 3s are typically thought of as anti-inflammatory while Omega 6s are inflammatory.

A key point is that I think this relates to nanna1's POIS cascade. 

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(3) AA production and incorporation into the phospholipid bilayer is blocked by the omega-3 fatty acids eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) [4, 13]. Moreover, EPA directly competes with AA for access to enzymes LOX-(5, 9), COX-(1, 2) and the CYP450 group [4]. And unlike AA, the metabolic products of EPA interaction with these enzymes are anti-inflammatory.
https://poiscenter.com/forums/index.php?topic=2502.0



Omega 3s contain EPA and DHA which helps decrease my POIS symptoms (constant mouth watering, muscle twitches all over body, brain fog)
So yeah not a bad idea to drastically reduce Omega 6s from our diets, eat more foods with high Omega 3s, and take fish oil supplements. 


Here's a cool site to find out all the nutrition facts for all kinds of foods.  Omega 3s and Omega 6s are listed.
 http://nutritiondata.self.com/facts/vegetables-and-vegetable-products/2556/2

Yes omega 3s definitely help in inflammation as per research.  This is why I include salmon.  Since I've actually been avoiding cooking oils, even olive oil seems to give me brain fog at this point, I came across a canned salmon "chicken of the sea" brand that only contains salmon and water if i'm not mistaken.  Usually they tell you to cook salmon with olive oil.  So this canned salmon I bought contains none and I will add that to my list once I eat it more extensively (I ate it before without Ill effects but like to eat items for a longer duration before adding it to the list).

I also added salmon into this site which provides the nutrient info of your diet:

Cronometer.com

And salmon really fills out what I was missing.  Adds vitamin D, B12, omega 3s, etc.
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Re: Diet that 100% manages my POIS! (Changed from:Diet that CURED my POIS!)
« Reply #114 on: October 14, 2017, 08:10:34 AM »
Not sure if someone has talked about this yet but I think the diet you are doing is low Omega 6 which I think is very good for us.

We want to have more Omega 3s than Omega 6s in our diet because Omega 3s are typically thought of as anti-inflammatory while Omega 6s are inflammatory.

A key point is that I think this relates to nanna1's POIS cascade. 

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(3) AA production and incorporation into the phospholipid bilayer is blocked by the omega-3 fatty acids eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) [4, 13]. Moreover, EPA directly competes with AA for access to enzymes LOX-(5, 9), COX-(1, 2) and the CYP450 group [4]. And unlike AA, the metabolic products of EPA interaction with these enzymes are anti-inflammatory.
https://poiscenter.com/forums/index.php?topic=2502.0



Omega 3s contain EPA and DHA which helps decrease my POIS symptoms (constant mouth watering, muscle twitches all over body, brain fog)
So yeah not a bad idea to drastically reduce Omega 6s from our diets, eat more foods with high Omega 3s, and take fish oil supplements. 


Here's a cool site to find out all the nutrition facts for all kinds of foods.  Omega 3s and Omega 6s are listed.
 http://nutritiondata.self.com/facts/vegetables-and-vegetable-products/2556/2


Hi Dwight, and welcome to the forum.

Thanks for underlining the importance of increasing Omega-3 fatty acids in the diet, and decreasing Omega-6.

For those not found of eating salmon, lake trout, mackerel, herring, sardines and tuna ( the best fish sources of Omega-3), you can look for enteric-coated omega-3 capsules.  It is best still to verify that the preparation you choose has high purity standard and has been treated to eliminate any unwanted level of mercury.   

Also, do not take supplements of "Omega 3-6-9", they contains Omega-6 as well, so go for Omega-3 supplements alone, with a good level of EPA and DHA  ( you can aim to total 1000mg a day, like 600 mg EPA and 400mg DHA, which is a good starting point).


There are no EPA and DHA in plant Omega-3 sources, they are rather source of ALA, alpha-linoleic acid, another omega-3 FA.  It is not as effective, so it is far better, if you are not vegan, to go for EPA/DHA.
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Re: Diet that 100% manages my POIS! (Changed from:Diet that CURED my POIS!)
« Reply #115 on: October 15, 2017, 03:53:43 AM »
Believe it or not, I actually reacted to that chicken of the sea canned salmon.  Gut pain and aphthous stomatitis "mouth ulcers".  Now I checked on their website and it should be gluten free.  However, there are many points where cross contamination could happen and this is why I test each product.

I know for a fact I can eat salmon without problems so it was the way it was processed.  I'm going to try a different brand and perhaps the pouches this time.



***Edit*** Bumble Bee canned salmon to eat.  Chicken of the sea canned salmon/tuna to avoid.  The bumble bee salmon feels like it has a lot of vitamin D in it, which I'm actually quite sensitive to (yes it's weird but I know when I'm getting a dose of vitamin D).  So I don't eat this salmon a lot.
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Re: Diet that 100% manages my POIS! (Changed from:Diet that CURED my POIS!)
« Reply #116 on: November 01, 2017, 01:20:25 PM »
Hey guys so I had an epiphany today after finding weird things in my stool.  I had been eating all pinto beans for the past two days. 

So yeah it looks like parasites in my intestines.  It makes sense because I just started eating a raw onion right now and symptoms have decreased a lot. 

Whenever I ate a sugary fruit, like apples, the symptoms definitely worsened (mainly brainfog and numbness of body in some areas which led to social anxiety).  Also I think carbohydrates like rice and potatoes (which I had been eating a lot of) feed the candida and parasites as well. 

I have had a slight distended abdomen which I have kept thinking is fat, but even with all the workouts I do (I am in decent athletic shape) it would not go away.   

I'm ordering an intestinal/parasitic cleaner supplement from amazon:
 https://www.amazon.com/IntestinePro-Intestine-Echinacea-Ingredients-Vegetarian/dp/B00TET0MS8/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1509559616&sr=8-3&keywords=parasite+cleanse+for+humans&dpID=51%252BKB0qiAHL&preST=_SY300_QL70_&dpSrc=srch#customerReviews 

It makes logical sense in my mind because I've tried a lot of different nutritional supplements that haven't helped.
 
And yeah like Going Less Crazy advises, avoiding all the bad oils with Omega 6 is a great way to go because I'm sure the parasites love this toxic environment. 

Thanks Quantum, yes it is important to get a supplement with Omega 3 only. 

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« Reply #117 on: November 02, 2017, 07:07:57 AM »
Let us know in a few weeks or months about your results, Dwight !
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Re: Diet that 100% manages my POIS! (Changed from:Diet that CURED my POIS!)
« Reply #118 on: November 03, 2017, 03:09:55 AM »
I would personally think that parasites would be unlikely, but still possible.  Distended abdomen could be inflammation-related.  My lower abdomen sticks out slightly at times, seems somewhat correlated to how well I adhere to my diet, but still not totally sure.  I also remember getting brain fog from raw onions, but I'm pretty sure this is a food reaction other than parasite die-off.  Good luck d s.
« Last Edit: November 03, 2017, 03:14:02 AM by Going less Crazy »
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